Thursday, November 21, 2013

Giving Thanks - Blog Hop Party With Give-aways!

The Quilting Gallery is hosting the Giving Thanks Blog Hop Party!  And although we don't celebrate Thanksgiving here in Australia, I'm jumping on board to THANK YOU ALL for making it worth my while tapping away on the keyboard here.  You see, this is my 448th blog post!  Crazy!  And since I started blogging about my quilting, things have really taken off here - so Thank You!

Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways


If you're new to my blog - WELCOME!  You can read a little about me HERE, and have a look at some of my finished projects HERE.  And of course, if you like what you see, feel free to stick around by following me on Bloglovin' or email or whatever takes your fancy!

Now - to the giveaway.  I stood in front of my fabric shelves for a bit this morning and pondered what I would cut up?  And the delightful Flora range grabbed my attention!  So I'm giving away SIX fat quarters of this gorgeous range!


Preparing my giveaway for the #quiltinggallery blog hop with giveaways! I'm thinking a little bundle of Flora will do nicely

To ENTER, just leave me a comment telling me what you would make with them!  Followers of my blog can also leave a second comment for an extra entry!

Please make sure you are not a "no-reply blogger" so I can actually contact you in the event that you are the winner!  The winner will be chosen via Random.org.  Competition closes midday November 26th EST (Australia).  International entries welcome!

You will find all the participating bloggers in the hop HERE.

And whilst I have your attention - I am hosting a fabulous Blog Hop, starting 1st December!  Check out all the details HERE!  Would love you all to join in, and of course, there's more prizes up for grabs!


Ms Midge

Lastly - THANKS again for popping in and I hope to see you again!

Midge
xx

307 comments:

  1. Seems my first comment disappeared so here it is again - thanks for the great giveaway, lovely fabrics. I think I'd make a couple of cushions and a mini quit or two. I've become a big fan of mini quilts and love to see them hanging up in my house.

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  2. what a wonderful collection, totally in love with the colors, and I really could need some cushions and a tablerunner

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  3. Follow you already with bloglovin and on instagram

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  4. My dearest Midge, I'd love to take some of that gorgeous fabric off your hands! If I say what I'm going to make (for the purposes of entering your giveaway) do I have to commit to it? What if the fabric arrives, and it speaks to me, saying "I'm so not a table runner, fool."?

    I do, by the way, think it would make a beautifully subtle Christmassy table topper :-)

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  5. I follow you on Bloglovin, Facebook, to the shops and on the school run...haha!

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  6. Those fabrics are so yummy, I'm sure the fqs would have to sit for a while to be savoured before use. ;-)

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  7. I follow you on fb and bloglovin and this is the first time I've coordinated my passwords properly to post on a comment on your blog! :-)

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  8. I've fallen into cushion-making love recently, so I'd probably make a cushion cover or two or several!!

    --Jo (patchaday [at] gmail [dot] com)

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  9. I follow you via bloglovin! :)

    -Jo (patchaday [at] gmail [dot] com)

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  10. A cushion, right ;) I do love this range - especially the blenders!

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  11. I follow your blog on my feed list :)

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  12. Recently I bought a fat quarter bundle of coral and mint colours which is fabulous but I am having trouble co-ordinating some more prints to go with them so when I saw the photo here I was delighted to see some more of those shades which might blend perfectly with my lonely little fat quarters (which will be a quilt when I have enough to make one!!)

    Penny

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  13. Danke für die schöne Verlosung...ich würde mir eine Tasche daraus nähen.

    Ich bin schon länger deine Leserin und nehme somit mit 2 Losen teil.

    Liebe Grüsse aus Deutschland
    Marion

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  14. I think I would find the time to do a Swoon quilt!. I have the pattern, but I've been trying to find the right choice of fabric........... seeing your yummy stash, made the penny drop! Thanks for the opportunity to win this great fabric prize.

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  15. I'm a relatively "new"follower of your blog................. really enjoying seeing the bright creations your coming up with.

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  16. Pretty fabrics - I'd make a table topper for my sister-in-law. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  17. I'm a follower with Bloglovin'. Thanks again.

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  18. I am thinking of making a giant star surround quilt...those prints would be nice.........

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  19. Such gorgeous fabrics. I am anxious for your pillow hop to start so I would use these to make a pillow for sure. Thanks

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  20. I would make a baby quilt for my great-niece!

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  21. I follow your wonderful blog through bloglovin

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  22. What beautiful fabrics! I would make a quilt for my sister with the fabrics if I won, she loves these colors.

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  23. Lovely fabrics! I especially love the yellow ones. I would make my granddaughter (4 mo old) a quilt from these. Such pretty fabrics for a baby girl.

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  24. I follow you via Blogger, and Bloglovin'.

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  25. I think maybe a girly bag or a couple of throw pillows for my bed!

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  26. Ooooh I love Flora!!! I would make a new bag for myself. Thanks for this great give-away!

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  27. I follow you on Bloglovin! Thanks!

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  28. I don't know how you can let go of such beautiful material. I have a wonderful niece that these look perfect for so if I win she gets a new quilt.

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  29. Beautiful fabrics! I'd make a table runner and some pillow covers!

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  30. Let me think ... it seems like some summer bag to me or something for my girls.

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  31. I follow via bloglovin and I like your sense of humor.

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  32. so pretty, thanks for the chance...I think they would make a lovely table runner for Spring!

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  33. I'd make some cushions for my little girls new bed!

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  34. I am a very happy follower!! via bloglovin'

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  35. These are such beautiful fabrics. I can usually figure a project with the fabric in hand....it speaks to me!

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  36. Thats a gorgeous "giveaway" fat pack. Can I please enter me name as I would add to my "eye spy" fabric and then make cot quilts for my new grandies. It's nice to find another Aussie blog too! :)

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  37. Hello Midge,

    What a lovely range of fabrics. I would get busy on the treadle make a whole collection of free motion quilted tea cosies.

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  38. lovely - these could be turned into great coasters or decorations.

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  39. I've never seen these fabrics before but they are gorgeous! I especially like the one in the middle with the large red/purple/green/yellow motif. I'd love to make a quilt with these!

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  40. These fabric are very lovely! I think I would use them to make explorer blocks which I would put together for a cushion cover or quilt. xo

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  41. That fabric is beautiful! The fat quarters would find their way into a little girls quilt. Thank you.

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  42. I also think this would be great for a little girl's quilt.

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  43. I would make a tote bag and pouch set.

    Susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  44. They are so girly and sweet! My little girl would claim them for a quilt for her I am sure.

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  45. I follow you by email
    susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  46. Oh wow, I see a beautiful quilt made up in these fabrics. Thanks!

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  47. Very pretty fabrics!! Now let me think....seeing the range is called 'Flora' I envision a cushion with a beauteous basket of 3 dimensional fabric flowers!!

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  48. I would add a couple more fat quarters in from my own stash and make a Swoon baby quilt for our youngest grandbaby who is going on 2.

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  49. Ooh these are so pretty. I think I would make a little outfit for my new baby granddaughter. Or maybe a doll's quilt!

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  50. i'd totally make a baby girl quilt! those are lovely fabrics! thanks for the giveaway!

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  51. i now follow you via bloglovin!!

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  52. Beautiful fabrics! I'd maybe make a patchwork backpack for my daughter, or maybe some little pillows and a doll quilt for her dolls! Thanks for the chance!

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  53. I would make a patchwork Aeroplane Bag - it would be beautiful in those fabrics!

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  54. Thank u for the chance to win. I would make a baby quilt

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  55. i would make a table runner and cushion with those gorgeous fabrics!

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  56. I have a pattern for a Moroccan footstool that uses strips of fabric and has a puckered centre covered button. It takes exactly 6 fat quarters to make and these colours would be perfect for my daughter's room

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  57. What yummy fabrics! I am sure i could make something with those!

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  58. Lovely fabric you've chosen for your giveaway. I could certainly use this fabric to start a new project to add to my growing list of UFOs. I actually have a new pattern that I'm dying to start. Thanks for the opportunity to win your giveaway.

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  59. Such pretty fabrics! I'm making lots of half square triangles, pairing up 1930's reproduction fabrics with Kona bone to hopefully make into a queen size quilt someday.

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  60. I'd make a sweet quilt...or maybe a pillow. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  61. I love those colors Thanks for the chance to win them. I need to add them to my stash to make a bright colored quilt.

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  62. Oh my goodness those are beautiful! I'd make a lovely pillow for my daughter's room

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  63. I would make a lovely tablerunner... I love the soft colours...

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  64. Fantastic! They'd coordinate with other fabrics I have for a quilt. Maybe a patchwork bag. I've added your giveaway to my weekly link up.

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  65. i would use it to make a charity quilt babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  66. Thanks for the chance to enter! I would love to make some twirly patchwork skirts from that gorgeous fabric!

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  67. placemats i need new placemats

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  68. I would add some solids and make a wonky block quilt

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  69. Depending on who gets it first, I would make a lovely, soft quilt. My granddaughters would fight over who got to make a skirt. Thanks.

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  70. Congratulations on 448! And thanks for sharing this awesome fabric! I'm collecting fabric for a vintage style floral quilt and this fabric would be perfect for it!

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  71. Oh my gorgeous! Those fabrics are telling me to make bags and accessories out of them.

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  72. I would make a quilt with this gorgeous fabric. Thank you for a chance to win

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  73. Beautiful fabrics! I would make for a cushion
    thirtythree80@gmail.com

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  74. Oh those fabrics are beautiful! I would love to make a simple baby blanket - not a thick quilt, but something thinner that can be loved and dragged around.

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  75. Where is Australia? Seems to me it's another world somewhere in my dreams!!!! Can't believe somebody can win these beautiful fabrics!! Fairytail!!!!

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  76. I don't know exactly, except there's a 7 year old who I need to make a quilt for and I am pretty sure she'd love something based off of these colors!

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  77. Gorgeous fabrics!! I'd make a quilt for a friend that loves those colors. Thanks for the lovely opportunity!!

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  78. I would use them in a set of placemats and a table runner. Thanks for the chance

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  79. Dear Midge, I would make a dolly and a pretty dress and bag for her to wear. Those fabrics are so pretty and just right for a dolly :)

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  80. I think I'd make some cushions. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  81. I'd love to make picnic quilt for next summer!

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  82. I would make some new tabletoppers to give my home a look of fresh air after the holidays

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  83. I would love to make some pretty aprons ! Lovely fabric and giveaway. Super nice blog!

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  84. Thank you for doing international! I am a new follower! Bloglovn'

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  85. I would like it to be part of a quilt! thank you for making it open to all. Much appreciated.

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  86. Gorgeous fabrics , they would be sweet in a quilt for one of my granddaughters . Thanks for the chance ,

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  87. I am a new follower with bloglovin , thanks again .

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  88. Pretty fabric. Probably make a lap quilt with them.

    syvisser@gmail(dot)com

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  89. New follower via Bloglovin. Your cushion blog hop sounds like fun.

    syvisser@gmail(dot)com

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  90. I would make a bag for my current sewing project.

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  91. I would love to make a patchwork skirt with this fabric. Having never made an item of clothing before this would be a big ask but it would be so pretty! Thanks for a gorgeous giveaway.

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  92. Looking forward to the cushions blog hop! I'm into that, and am making some for Christmas, and could use more ideas! What would I make with the fat quarters? Cushions, of course!

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  93. They would make an adorable baby quilt! Thank you.

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  94. I would make a runner for the bottom of my bed for the summertime.
    Thanks for sharing

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  95. Those are pretty fabrics. I think I would make some pillows.

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  96. That fabric just screams to made into some pretty pillows, maybe with some pretty crochet trim....

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  97. Oh, they are pretty. They would make great pillows. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  98. I am a new follower via GFC. Thanks.

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  99. a quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  100. I love all of that fabric! I am trying to finish up my current projects so that I can make a quilt for my bed. I have a store bought quilt, that I bought many years ago before I started quilting. Well, it is falling apart. I really need to make a new quilt and this fabric would be a fabulous start. Thank you for the chance.

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  101. Love the fabric think l would make tote bag with matching phone, glasses case, Journal cover. Thank you the the chance to win.

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  102. Gorgeous fabrics! I would make a baby girl quilt!

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  103. These fabrics are so gorgeous. Thank you for the chance to win them. I would use them in a quilt.

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  104. If I was lucky enough to win, I would use the fabrics to make gifts for friends. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  105. I've been following you for a while now. I have you in a favourites folder and have now officially signed up.

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  106. I like your style! bduncan56@varnet.net

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  107. I follow you on Bloglovin.
    Thanks for the chance.

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  108. I would make a bright, cheery, tablerunner for Spring. Wishful thinking, I know!
    Thanks again.

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  109. Ooh! Thank you! I'd make a pretty baby girl quilt.

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  110. Oh man, I would dearly love to win those fat quarters---I would put them together with white fabric and make another Giant Star quilt top. :D

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  111. Oh, and I follow you on Bloglovin' (probably Pinterest too)

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  112. I would have to make a quilt for the TV room using these, so I could enjoy them every day!

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  113. Thanks for the wonderful give away. If I win I would like to use the fabric for a lap size quilt for my sister. She is a breast cancer survivor and an inspiration to many.

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  114. I think I would put them in a little girl's quilt.

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  115. I follow you via Bloglovin; I think....you know there are so many ways now; I'm not sure.

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  116. I have a charm pack of this line and with some FQ's I would be able to make a baby or throw quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  117. A great summer tote with matching napkins for a picnic!

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  118. A cute little baby quilt, or a summery new purse? So many choices!!

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  119. That would be a beautiful baby quilt.

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  120. I would make a summer quilt for one of my daughters.

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  121. I think I would make an apron with them.

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  122. I am a scrap quilter, so they would go in a beautiful scrap quilt!

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  123. Pretty fabric!
    I'm not sure what I'd make, but maybe something for me after all the Christmas present making for others is finished!

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  124. I have a new great niece on the way fairly soon that I want to make a baby quilt. These lovely fabrics would make a lovely one. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  125. I am following you on Bloglovin'.

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  126. Once I finish petting them :) I'll use those fabrics for pillow for my living room :) Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  127. I need some new pot holders/hot pads. I would make myself some pretties for baking and cooking with.

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com
    Pink Scissors Design on Etsy

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  128. I follow you via Bloglovin. I love your work so much

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  129. I am thinking of combining them with precious fabric I have, in terms of design, and make a quilt for our little Mermaid, my grand daughter

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  130. I am following via Facebook and Bloglovin. Thank you for the chance to enter your giveaway.

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  131. I think I could make a lovely spring table topper for my kitchen table. That or either use the fabric to add trim and ruffle to some kitchen dish towels. But I am leaning more towards the table topper. Thank you for the chance to enter your delicious fabric giveaway.

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  132. This is such a pretty line. It would make a great Spring purse :) Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  133. I would use your FQ to add to the ones I have for a Pioneer Sampler. The quilt has a basket of appliqued wildflowers from each of the state patchwork squares. It will be a wonderful quilt someday!

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  134. Reds adn aquas...so pretty! I would make some pillows. I am working on a quilt in reds and aquas now, so, they would coordinate very well. svonfumetti(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  135. Beautiful fabric, would love to make placemats out of. Thanks for the chance to win. samlbutrim@gmail.com

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  136. Thank you for a pretty giveaway. I would use them to make a bag with EPP hexagons.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  137. Beautiful fabrics.I`d make a lap quilt.Thanks!

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  138. Those fabrics would make a lovely throw quilt for cool Spring evenings.
    Barb@Witsend

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  139. I´d make something for my sisters baby :)
    mmyheartishere@gmail.com

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  140. FOLLOW>BLOG LOVIN'!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  141. HELLO, I'D START A NEW BABY QUILT WITH THESE FOR A FRIEND!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  142. What a wonderful fabric. I just know what to do with those beautiful colors. I would make a quilt for my best friend. She bought a new couch and ask me for a quilt. These fabric would be perfect ;).
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  143. Thanks for the lovely giveaway. I would make a table runner

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  144. I would fussy cut the fabrics and make a hexagon quilt project. Love your blog and I just signed up to follow via Bloglovin!

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  145. I am thinking that I would make a summery table runner - I have an autumnal coloured one, a Christmas one but nothing bright and cheerful for the rest of a NZ summer. Thank you for the chance and for sharing your fabulous creation with us.

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  146. I would add these to the scrappy quilts I am currently working on! These are fabulous prints!!!

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  147. I think I could make several sets of hot pads or pot holders with these, thanks!

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  148. I can see a lovely patchwork apron using those fabrics. Thanks for the chance to make one.

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  149. Coasters or cushions I think.
    Lovely colours.
    And now I'm going to take look around the blog:-D

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  150. I would love to make a floral table runner with these fabrics! Thanks for the chance!

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  151. I am big into potholders and clutches so this fabric would be quite welcome. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  152. I think I would make pillow covers with the fabric. Thanks for a chance.

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  153. I would make a table runner and placemats and maybe some mug rugs. Ambitious. The springy designs make me antsy to get going. The fabric is beautiful. Thank you for a chance to win.

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  154. Great giveaway! I don't know what I would use it for yet but I love having fabric waiting when a new quilt comes to mind so I can just shop my stash.

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  155. Oooh I like your choice of fabric!! Sweet!! If I won I would probably make a table runner with matching placemats! Thanks for the chance!

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  156. I am now following you via Bloglovin' - thanks!! Looking forward to your future posts for inspiration.

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  157. These are beautiful fabrics! Perhaps a pretty quilt for a little girl's room! rosesabey@yahoo.com

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  158. I would make a table runner out of these neat fabrics! I follow you with GFC!

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  159. Gorgeous fabrics! I would definitely make a bag with them.

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