Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Canton Village Quilt Works Giveaway



Giveaway: 'Modernology' by Art Gallery Fabrics Fat Quarter Bundle

Canton Village Quilt Works has a ton to offer in the world of quilting.  Not only do they carry a fabulous array of quilting cotton fabrics, they also offer precuts, notions, as well as long arm quilting services.

Jackie, owner of Canton Village Quilt Works, first started quilting in 1992 and her love of this art has grown tremendously.  In 2000, Jackie opening her own long arm quilting business, Canton Village Quilt Works, and continues this business in her home.  She is an award winning quilter and belongs to the International Machine Quilter's Association (IMQA) as well as being a member of the Farmington Valley Quilt Guild since 1997.  She is also a member of the American Quilter's Society as well as a contributor to Quilting Magazine and is a quilting podcaster.

Today, Jackie is giving away a hand-selected bundle of 10 fat quarters of "Modernology" by Art Gallery fabrics to one lucky The Cottage Home Blog reader.  Jackie is also offering an exclusive 15% off your entire purchase for the duration of this giveaway with the promo code: leap15

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To enter the giveaway, please leave a comment and tell us what you would make with this gorgeous fat quarter bundle if you should win.

Giveaway open until Monday, March 5, 2012 at midnight (CST).

295 comments:

  1. I think I would try making matching table runners for myself and my mom.

    jessburkhart@gmail.com

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  2. A simple quilt. I've never made one before and I've been dying to try. So pretty!

    lannywhAThotmailDOTcom

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  3. I think this fabric would be great for a quilt. Thanks for the chance

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  4. I think I would make some aprons, bright and colorful. Thank you for sharing this great giveaway.

    Have a God Filled Day
    Shirley

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  5. I would make a patchwork sewing machine cover. great awesome shop.

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  6. I would make some pillows for my daughter's newly decorated bedroom

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  7. I would make a beautiful patchwork handbag- perfect for sping!

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  8. Bloomers! Bloomers! Bloomers! :)

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  9. I would make napkins! Double-sided!

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  10. I would make some cute patchwork curtains for my sewing room! love the colors! thanks!

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  11. I think this would make a perfect bag for Mama! :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  12. I would make some accessories for my kitchen, pot holder, kitchen aid cover, placemats/table runner/table topper.

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  13. I would make a quilt for my niece who is getting married in April!

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  14. I've been working on Spring dresses for my two girls so definitely some more of those.

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  15. I just moved into a new apartment with little to no furniture, and all I see whan I look at that bundle is "throw pillows". LOL

    Mary
    iammaryburke @ gmail.com

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  16. Ooh pretty! These fabrics say pillows to me, so perhaps that's what I'd do.

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  17. This would be great for girls clothing too! I've got baby clothes on the mind. :)

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  18. I think they would make really cute zipper pouches or maybe a patchwork tote.

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  19. I'm working on a nursery project that these would go great in.

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  20. I would make either a dress or a skirt for my little one
    mframe00@gmail.com

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  21. these fabrics would definitely go into a quilt!

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  22. Something springy for my nieces!! I'm envisioning bubbles!

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  23. I see bags and aprons but I'd probably end up quilting with it! That dark blue on the end makes me want to buy yards and yards!

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  24. Pillows, or something for the nursery.

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  25. Teenage nieces need quilts! Help!

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  26. I would make a lap quilt and/or some throw pillows for my sister this fabric is so up her alley!

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  27. I see a lovely living room throw made out of the fabric. I am loving all the colors in it or a college quilt for my daughter.

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  28. I would love to use them as linings for handmade clutches

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  29. I'd make a tiered skirt or pillowcase dress for my little one.

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  30. I think I would make some fantastic zippered pouches with this fabric! Love the large scale prints!!

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  31. It would be hard cutting into these beauties. I'd probably just drool over them for a while before deciding what to make.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    cameron dot lawracy at gmail

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    1. Ooo, I'm all squishing thinking about winning these Modernology prints. Love them! If I won, I'd run out and buy more Kona white and then make a bunch of Dresden Plate blocks. So pretty! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  32. I'd make a quilt just for me!

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  33. These would make stunning cushion covers, or perhaps I would simply stretch them over framed canvas for some funky artwork to decorate our bare walls!

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  34. I would make some fat quarter "green" bags for grocery shopping. Why use dull ordinary bags when you can use fun happy bags! And they hold more groceries and don't tear! Thanks for a fun giveaway.

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  35. Love Art Gallery - beautiful ... Like a breath of fresh air! Thinking about a simple hourglass quilt ... thanks!

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  36. I would make la small quilt for my granddaughter and her baby dolls:)

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  37. I've been wanting to add color to our living room. I could make throw pillows, table runners, napkins, and then I would frame some of the fabric for wall art. I might modge podge some fabric onto some organizers to spruce them up a bit!

    elisearango@gmail.com

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  38. Totes, totes and more totes! Oh and maybe a make up bag or two. ;p

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  39. I would love to make some cute spring skirts for my daughters!

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  40. try a purse or more girl clothes for my girl :)

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  41. I'd use them for pillows or bags! lovely prints!

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  42. I would hang all these on my walls - too beautiful to be made into something.

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  43. I want to make some tote bags for gifts...and this fabric would be perfect!

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  44. I would make a funky quilt for my sister's baby arriving in August!

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  45. I would make some project bags and matching aprons for my daughter and her dolly.

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  46. I'm loving these prints :) I think I would make a large block patchwork quilt to really enjoy them. thank you
    -annabelle

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  47. patchwork Sun dress for the baby

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  48. I desperately need to make myself a new purse, so I'd probably do that and use the leftovers for another bag or two!

    MGM

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  49. I'd love to quilt with this stack! Thanks for the chance to win. :)

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  50. Ohhh, I just got simplicity #2205- these would make super cute wallets.

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  51. Cute quilt stack! Lots of fun kids clothes or a new bag!
    clark.brittney@gmail.com

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  52. I would love to make dresses out if these!

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  53. I would love to make dresses out if these!

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  54. I would love to make some journal covers for my kids and their friends. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  55. I think I would make a play mat quilt for a baby. Maybe also make the matching game that Lindsey made...

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  56. I'm thinking a skirt... and if that went well, another one!

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  57. something for my baby girl... dresses i think, you can never have too many dresses!! :-)
    christy at nsw1 dot com

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  58. Something for my girls, definitely.

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  59. I would have to try making my very first quilt!! I've been dying to try!

    caitlindye (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  60. An apron, placemats, table runner - something to brighten up my house for spring. Beautiful fabrics!

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  61. I think with this fabric I'd make something for ME! Maybe a new big tote bag. OR, maybe I could make two medium-ish bags and share with my sisters!

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  62. I think I'd like to incorporate this into a throw quilt!

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  63. I love these fabrics! The colors would look wonderful on my daughter. She's still little so I could make all kinds of skirts and tops for me. And maybe accent a top or two for me :)

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  64. This would certainly challenge me to use fabrics I normally do not use! They're so colorful and beautiful. Pillowcases? (there is a tutorial for using 3 fat quarters). Mug rugs? Mini quilt? Table runner? I have no clue!

    Thank you for a chance to win. :-)

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  65. I would make a nice tote for myself!

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  66. I think I'd make myself a panel wrap skirt. These prints are perfect. Thanks! kristie_keely(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  67. learning how to sew so wanted to make an apron for the girls or a dress! pretty pretty fabric!

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  68. I think I would make some summer baby clothes since most of my summer will be spent playing outside with little ones :)

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  69. Love this collection! I usually only sew for my daughter, but I love this fabric so much I would make a skirt for me!!! julzhustead [at] gmail [dot] com

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  70. Oh, I love it! I would either make a quilt or a table runner for my new dining table!

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  71. I love these fabrics for storage baskets.

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  72. I would make some fun throw pillows for my parlor.

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  73. LOVE this fabric - I would likely use it to make some wristlets or maybe even some little girl wallets.

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  74. Bags, purses, fabric boxes - lot of fun little accessories that show off the prints! THANKS for the chance!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  75. I'd make some clothes for my raggedy dolls. Thanks, Vickie at vt_5856@hotmail.com

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  76. I think they would make a great quilt!

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  77. so pretty! I would be torn between making my girl a patchwork summer dress or a baby boy quilt!

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  78. It would make a gorgeous little girls quilt.
    I would make one and donate it to a children's
    hospital.

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  79. I love the colors!! It would have to be used for a quilt!! It would look wonderful in my home. Thank you

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  80. I think some baby doll quilts would be lovely
    Suzannelmatthews at yahoo dot com

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  81. I would make a baby quilt! kimberly.dickson0@gmail.com

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  82. I would definitely try to make a quilt, or a quilted bag.

    taliastravelblog (at) gmail

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  83. I'd make a ruffle skirt for my daughter

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  84. I would make a whole collection of small pouches, in a lot of different combinations.

    Greetings,
    Tina

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  85. I've always wanted to learn how to quilt ... and those fabrics would give lots of incentive! So beautiful!

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  86. I would like to make a beautiful quilt! I love the colors!

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  87. I would make some throw pillows or maybe a table runner. Beautiful fabric!

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  88. I like smaller projects like bags, pillows, and table runners. So when I get the actual fabric I will decide between these 3 choices. I love Art Gallery fabrics, so thanks for the chance to win!

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  89. I would make some skirts and dresses for my 2 yr old!

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  90. I want to make a lap quilt for my daughter..
    lisamcgriff@hotmail.com

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  91. I would make some pillows. I love the colors!

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  92. Oh! So beautiful, maybe some gift bags, mug rugs, potholders, mini quilts!

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  93. That is so pretty, until I get it in my hands, it's hard to tell, but I'm thinking maybe car seat covers my car, or a skirt, or a quilt.
    missysaprons@yahoo.com

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  94. I love the bright, bold colors! They would make a good bag or wall-hanging.

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  95. I would try to make a modern looking quilt. I love quilts but am always turned off by the drab looking colors. I have only been sewing for a year and have never made anything major like a quilt but these fabrics have inspired me to want to take on the challenge!

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  96. I would have to make some new throw pillows for my living room. Ours are pretty beat up with having 2 little girls and a dog around.
    Thanks,
    Erin
    emstone28@gmail.com

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  97. I would turn them into handbags ! the colors are wonderful

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  98. I'm thinking a hand bag and maybe an apron for myself... imagine that... for me!

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  99. I make purses, and these fabrics would be awesome to win! Thanks for the chance!

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  100. That is gorgeous! I might have to order some yardage of a couple of those and make my little granddaughter a spring outfit!

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  101. I would make a few lunchbags!

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  102. I'd like to try a hidden nine-square quilt.

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  103. I think some bags (this is a theme for me right now!)

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  104. I'd like to attempt a quilt with it.

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  105. I have a Denyse Schmidt pattern that would make these fabric really stand out. Thanks so much. Kathie L in Allentown

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  106. That would go into a quilt for me!

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  107. I'd like to find a nice Modern pattern to include these lush fabrics.

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  108. I always make quilts as gifts. I should make one for myself this time with these gorgeous fabrics.

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  109. I think I would make a quilt with all these wonderful fabrics.

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  110. I would love to make a purse for me or something for my home!!

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  111. Just started to learn to quilt, so this would be perfect to have

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  112. Bibs, I am on a baby making splurge.

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  113. I am making bags and purses as gifts and these pretty fabrics would be great!

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  114. Definitely would go into my stash of quilt fabric for the king sized quilt I've been working on for a while now...

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  115. I would make an apron for my sister since the fabrics are sophisticated and funky fun!

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  116. I think shopping totes, for myself and my sister, would be a fun project with this collection.

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  117. the fith one in from the left I would make in to a case for my phone as soon as I go it. That is the most me fabric I think I have seen I'm going to have to find out what it is...

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  118. crayon rolls
    taraz9 at excite dot com

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  119. I'm thinking a cute patchwork skirt for my girls is in order.

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  120. Absolutely gorgeous fabric! I would probably make small handbags or wristlets. Thanks for the chance!

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  121. This would make a great modern, geometrical quilt.

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  122. I would incorporate them into a series of summer dresses. :) L_N_K_V at yahoo dot com

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  123. Oh, I have been pining after Modernology for a while. I would add them to my stash for my quilt. I have been growing the fabric collection for a bit and this line fits in perfectly giving a modern flair!

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  124. I'm not quite sure... bag's, little girls clothing or maybe a quilt?

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  125. Fat Quarters are the perfect size for appliques! I would definitely use them for all kinds of cute spring and summer applique work!

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  126. I would use them to make a quilt!

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  127. Definitely pillows and a couple small clutches.

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  128. ooh!! I love this fabric - I would make a skirt for my daughter!

    carolinejaco at gmail dot com

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  129. I was thinking about a quilt, but my 4yo just told me she would like some pretty skirts made, as she thinks she will look like a princess in them.

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  130. Put it into a quilt; thanks for chance! (marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  131. Oh my, maybe a clutch and something for my niece!

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  132. I'd definitely make a stash of lined drawstring bags in different sizes for me! thanks for the chance to win

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  133. I'd make a quilt! I love these patterns!

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  134. Dresses for the grand daughters.

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  135. Curtains or bed skirt for the nursery!

    beckyfdavis at comcast dot net

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  136. I love this fabric! I would make a coin quilt.

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  137. I think I would like to make a little something for myself with this one. A little tote or something for the kitchen?!

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  138. possibilities are endless with such a collection... i would either mske a quilt or a bag, or a skirt for myself!

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  139. I love the bright colors! I might make something for myself with them :)

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  140. I would make a lap quilt and tote bag for my daughter-in law - she's the best, and is a lover of all things colored green. Thanks for this opportunity.

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  141. I love these colors. They would make something lovely for my bedroom.

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  142. A quilt for a friend who's having a baby this spring!

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  143. I would use them to make my first purse! Love them!

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  144. Probably a quilt or maybe some new cushion covers. Love the colours.
    aliben7 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  145. Quilting is my therapy! These fabrics match my livingroom wonderfully! I'm thinking a throw or possibly a table runner and matching side table mats would be awesome!

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  146. Thanks for the giveaway! I would make a handbag for myself or a cute skirt for my granddaughter.
    goldiez at hotmail dot com

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  147. It would probably go into a quilt or a pillow!

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  148. Diaper covers for my first Great Grand Baby, Ella, due in April

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  149. I would like to use it to make gifts for my family. Throw pillows, patchwork throw, all sorts of things!

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  150. I love Pat's fabric and I would love to make a bag out of it and maybe some pillows or table runner.

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  151. I would make my daughter some beautiful new dresses! She will be the envy of all the other babies!

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  152. I would make my daughter some beautiful new dresses! She will be the envy of all the other babies!

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  153. The fabric is just stunning. I would make several small art quilts to hang on the wall.

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  154. These fabrics are great! I would make some baby essentials--burp cloths, bibs...

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  155. I absolutely love pat bravo. I would make a purse, and a dress for my daughter.

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  156. these colors look perfect for a quilt my daughter is wanting . thank you so much for a chance to win a great giveaway. janita

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  157. I'd love to make my baby daughter some skirts from this precious fabric!

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  158. I would make a Nook cover, some napkins and placemats and maybe some headbands for my girls. Beautiful fabric!

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  159. I would make a quilt as you go quilt for my granddaughters to use when they visit me. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  160. That fabric IS beautiful. Maybe a quilt, or a table runner...not sure.

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  161. I would make a table runner and apron. Really cool fabrics!

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  162. I would make a skirt for myself :)

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  163. Some kind of bag with a matching small journal and slipcover for my best friend...that is.... AFTER I've stopped stroking them and wiping up my drool.

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  164. Some kind of bag with a matching small journal and slipcover for my best friend...that is.... AFTER I've stopped stroking them and wiping up my drool.

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  165. I'd have to try my first quilt with this one!

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  166. Holy! So many comments!!!
    I would say I'd use them to make a little applique on some of my clothes. Just to give my pieces some personality! :)

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  167. I love Art Gallery fabric and I would make a throw quilt for our four season porch.

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  168. My little girl would love these! I would make somthing for her, probably a skirt or doll blankets or little bags

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  169. So pretty to make a nine patch quilt with.

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  170. I am in love with the bright colors! My daughter has been begging me to help her make a quilt, these bright fabrics might do the trick! Thanks

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  171. I have visions of a beautiful little dresses for my Lilly.

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  173. This I would put in the quilt I'm making for my son. or brother. I happen to have alot of quilts lined up right now.

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  174. My new favorite fabric is Art Gallery's Modernology, so this would be perfect! Delicious, in fact!

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  175. I would make a table runner. Lovely fabric and I adore Jackie's store.

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  176. I want to make dresses for my girls.

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  177. This fabric definitely says bag to me. I haven't made one yet, so this would be awesome.

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  179. Oh, These would work great for a purse I've commmitted to making for my cousin !

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  180. love this mix of prints and colors! would make a variation of the stacked coin quilt with alternate panels of scattered hexies or yo-yo flowers.

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  181. Coordinating dresses for my kids

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  182. I'd piece together skirts for my girls. Gorgeous fabrics! mamalusco at ortelco dot net

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  183. hhmm pillows, baby doll clothes, bibs. Thanks

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  184. Its almost summertime and I need to make myself some new bags, and this is perfect!
    I love the colors, perfect!

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  185. This would make a great set of stacking blocks for baby, don't you think?

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