Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Fat Quarter Shop Giveaway



Giveaway: 'Tweet' Fat Quarter Bundle

From Fat Quarter Shop:
Kimberly Jolly took a quilting class about 15 years ago, and it changed her life forever. While needlework had been her hobby of choice growing up, quilting being her everyday obsession. In 2003, frustrated by the lack of quality fabrics she could find online, she left her job in the corporate world and began Fat Quarter Shop out of her house, offering the best fabrics she could find with the best customer service. The business grew and is now one of the premiere quilting stores online, known for the wide variety of high-quality fabrics, precuts, kits and bundles, and world-class service. Kimberly continues to grow Fat Quarter Shop and recently launched a new division, It’s Sew Emma (www.itssewemma.com), a pattern company making patterns for the home and loved ones.

Today Fat Quarter Shop is giving away a 'Tweet' Fat Quarter bundle to one lucky The Cottage Home blog winner!

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To enter the giveaway, leave a comment and please tell us what you will make with the 'Tweet' Fat Quarter bundle if you should win.

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

285 comments:

  1. I would make matching table toppers for me and my mom.

    jessburkhart@gmail.com

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  2. Most likely something(s) for my baby (due in August). Perhaps a quilt or so clothes or a diaper bag.

    lannywhAThotmailDOTcom

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  3. I would make a dolls quilt and matching bag for my little girl, I think. She'd love it!

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  4. A new purse for spring. Thanks for the chance

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  5. Oh my, the possibilities are endless, but I think a quilt is crying out. Love the fabrics, so beautiful. Thank you for sharing the giveaway. On second thought, maybe some patchwork purses. Yes, I think some patchwork purses for daughter and daughter-in-laws.

    Have a God Filled Day
    Shirley

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  6. I would make a patchwork sewing machine cover!

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  7. I would definitely make a small baby blanket for our new baby due in May. :)

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  8. I would make some pillow covers for my mom in law! thanks!

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  9. I would make a baby quilt! Love the line

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  10. I'm making fabric Easter baskets for my nieces and this fabric would be perfect!

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  11. I would make an apple core baby quilt! What great fabric!

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  12. Perfect colours for a picnic quilt!

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  13. Such a cute fabric bundle! I would make some cushion covers or use it on the covers of my handmade notebooks.
    aleksandra.kretova@gmail.com

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  14. Super cute! We are making quilts for foster kids in my sewing group this month and I need fat quarters for that. These would be perfect!

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  15. I think it would be great for some summer dresses for my girls!

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  16. I recently saw a tutorial over at Girl Inspired for a quiet book, I think this would make the perfect fabric to make one!

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  17. My friend just had her baby girl and they are bird owners so this would be perfect for a little baby quilt or maybe some bibs/burp cloths.

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  18. I would be mixing it into several different quilts and pillows.

    Mary
    iammaryburke @ gmail.com

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

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  20. I would make some baby bibs and burp cloths for my many upcoming baby showers!

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  21. I have a grandmother who has been unable to quilt because my grandfather has been very sick with declining health. Quilting is a passion of hers & I love recieving them! If I were to win, I would spend time with her trying to learn the ins &outs of quilting. I feel like that could replace a little joy in her life right now.

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  22. Wouldn't those make some sweet kitchen curtains?!

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  23. Such a cute bundle. I would definitely make a spring dress or skirt for one of my girls.

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  24. I would make 1 or 2 twin size quilts for my nieces & nephews room at my parents new house. My mom would just love them and so would the kids. Love this fabric it is uber cute and springy.

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  25. I would make a quilt for my daughter and if there were any scraps left, a springy table runner for my kitchen table. Love the bright cherry colors.

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  26. Love those fabrics! I have lots of ideas of what I could make with those fabrics. If this baby is a girl I would maybe make them into a diaper bag or a quilt.

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  27. I would probably make a quilt. Just starting to quilt and having fun!

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  28. I would make a gorgeous, springy quilt! Love that fabric line and the Fat Quarter Shop!!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  29. I'd make a patchwork dress or skirt for my daughter. Or a purse for me if I'm feeling selfish. :)
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    cameron dot lawracy at gmail

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  30. Something for my sweet niece due the end of July!

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  31. Something for my Granddaughter 5 months old!

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  32. Simply gorgeous fabrics! I'm dreaming of skirts for my girls and a pouch or bag for me :)

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  33. I think I would make a wall hanging for my baby's room! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  34. I would probably make a quilt for my 2yr old daughter!

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  35. I like to use fat quarters to add a pop of color to an otherwise solid outfit, like the yoke of a tunic or the back of a pair of big butt baby pants. There a couple of baby girls that I know who could use some adorable little things made from these prints. The FQ shop service is wonderful, too. I've purchased from them before.

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  36. Just saw the free pattern "Tilly" on Fat Quarter Shop's website ... it would show off each print beautifully! it only needs 8 fat quarters so I would some left over for a scrappy binding or ??? thanks!

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  37. I would make a small quilt for a friend's little girl.

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  38. What would I NOT do with it :) I could try my first quilt, baby bibs, nursing straps, taggie blankets, pacifier holders, onsie embellishments.... I love this fabric!

    elisearango@gmail.com

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  39. Some totes and/or make up pouches.

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  40. I probably would make a nice spring tote bag!

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  41. Oh wow what lucious fabrics! I'm thinking a bag or a dress for a toddler would be just delightful:)

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  42. hmm... probably some cute skirts for my little lady :)

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  43. I would make a lap quilt for one of my nieces. Or maybe a few bags for all the little ones.

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  44. I would definitely make some cute spring skirts!

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  45. I would make a small quilt for my granddaughter and her baby dolls!:)

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  46. I think a skirt or two and maybe a bag :) thank you
    -annabelle

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  47. How to decide!!!!!? I'd probably start with a purse or easter dress for my little girl!

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  48. My daughter loves skirts, so I would probably make a scrappy skirt for her with this cheerful fabric!

    MGM

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  49. Wonderful. I could use a handful of new fat quarters.

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  50. this looks like a quilt to me! I love this collection very vintage.

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  51. This is gorgeous, and would make a sweet baby quilt

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  52. I would make my niece a spring dress.

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  53. a twirl skirt!
    clark.brittney@gmail.com

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  54. I would love to make some dresses/skirts for my little cousins!

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  55. A beautiful dress for my little girl!

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  56. I would add a few solids and make a turning twenty quilt for my 81-year-old grandma. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  57. Oh let me see......maybe a baby quilt to keep on hand for the next baby born into the family.
    thanks so much for the chance to win :0)

    Happy sewing and continued success

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  58. I would use it for a quilt for one of my daughters, or maybe for some cutesy applique tops!

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  59. I would make some spotty patchwork bags and probably some pouches and oooh, maybe some patchwork curtains!

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  60. I love the Lush Bespoken and Children backyard play.

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  61. This line is calling my name. Hah. Would make gorgeous shabby summer bloomers for my girls

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  62. i would make something for my baby girl!! christy at nsw1 dot com

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  63. I'm definately tweeting for that fabric. First I would hoard it for awhie. Then I would break it down for many a patchwork project. Love it!

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  64. Have a cute pattern for pillow case dresses and would make them for my daughter and nieces! Perfect forSpring!!

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  65. I would make a dress for my younger daughter, and a matching one for her baby doll!

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  66. I love the vintage look of those fabrics! I would sew a dress for my granddaughter and maybe an apron for me. Thanks!

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  67. Definintely a little patchy skirt or dress for my daughter!

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  68. Clothes for my toddler girl. And I might use some for accent on a top or two for me!

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  69. I'm just learning how to sew and I would like to try to make a cute apron or a skirt for my 3 year old and 1 year old. A pretty fabric would motivate me!

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  70. There are so many things I could make with this: mug rugs, mini quilt, and more. I am not sure what I would make until I've had them in my hands for a bit. :-)

    Thank you for a chance to win.

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  71. a sweet quilt, love the vintage feel to it.

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  72. I would make pillows for my girls' bedroom!

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  73. I love the old fashioned patterns. They'd make a great pieced wrap skirt for my daughter this summer. Thanks! kristie_keely(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  74. I would use it to make some things for my favourite little people and maybe one or two things for me (a seldom, but exciting treat!)

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  75. What a precious collection! I would make my daughter a dress. Or perhaps matching mother/daughter aprons.

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  76. I will make an apron for myself and a dress for my daughter.

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  77. I would have fun making little tunics for my baby girl.

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  78. What a pretty set - I would probably use it to make coin purses/wristlets/other accessories. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  79. Would love, love, love to make something with this georgeous fabric.

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  80. I will be making cute little doll dress, Thanks Vickie at vt_5856@hotmail.com

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  81. This would make a sweet baby quilt or some throw pillows for my daughter's room!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  82. Oh, I love this fabric (and FQS)! I would probably use it to make something cute for my nieces!

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  83. I'd make something girly, that's for sure. Maybe a twirly skirt or skirts for my daughters.

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  84. my daughter would without a doubt be getting something with these fabrics! blues and pinks are my favorite color combo right now and this would be the perfect fabric for a patchwork birthday dress for her!

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  85. Some patchwork dresses or skirts for my little monkey
    Suzannelmatthews at yahoo dot com

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

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  87. I would make a baby quilt for my Niece OR pillows for my bedroom. this fabric is so pretty!!

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  88. I would make a quilt to keep for me to put on my bed. And with the leftovers I would be sure to have, I would make some cosmetic pouches. Thanks for the chance to win this yummy fabric.

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  89. I would make a little holiday bag for my daughters birthday.

    Greetings,
    Tina

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  90. Definitely a skirt for my daughter.

    Taliastravelblog (at) gmail

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  91. I would make some decor for our new house! Maybe some pillows, a table runner, or a garland!

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  92. This bundle would be sweet for some zippered bags!

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  93. a fun girly quilt for one of the little girls in my life!

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  94. I would make a spring dress/skirt for my little girl, or a purse for me! Love the fabric!!

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  95. The possibilities!! I would make either baby blankets for my granddaughters or some colorful potholders and matching tea towels.

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  96. I want to make a lap quilt for my sister, I would use these to get started!
    lisamcgriff@hotmail.com

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  97. A stunning quilt for the newest great grandchild..

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  98. I would make some skirts and dresses for my 2yr old! I love the colors.

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  99. I would like to make some throw pillows for the couch, great spring and summery fabric

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  100. I think I would have to try quilting for the first time if I were to win this bundle!

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  101. Wow, so many options! I think I might make a mini quilt and maybe a table runner for my mom.

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  102. I think a baby quilt would be really cute with this bundle!

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  103. I love that material, it would go towards either a skirt for me or a quilt!
    missysaprons@yahoo.com

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  104. I think I would make a springy table runner. I love birds and the floral... and there is a bit of the turquoise I so love.

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  105. I would have to make a quilt for my daughter's new big girl bed. This fabric is so cute!!
    Thanks,
    Erin
    emstone28@gmail.com

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  106. Hum, well, a little quilt, a little girls apron or twirly skirt? Delightful giveaway!

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  107. I would quilt a bright and colorful quilt for the beach! the prints are so beautiful and colorful.

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  108. I would make a dress for my sweet 8 month old granddaughter Harper!

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  109. i am really loving the lil twister ruler. i prolly will make lil twister heart quilt in these whimsical fabrics.

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  110. I would love to try a single girl quilt with this fabric!

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  111. Definitely some cute patchwork bags!

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  112. I would make either a cute purse, a project bag, or a skirt.

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  113. I think a quilt for a greatdaughter is in order. She'd love those cheerful roses. Kathie L in Allentown

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  114. Something for myself to celebrate the arrival of Spring!

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  115. I just found out my mom's friend is having a baby, I'd make a baby quilt!

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  116. Aprons for three little girls I happen to know. ;)

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  117. I love this! I would probably add a solid and make something cute for my granddaughter to wear. Maybe a Vida!

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  118. I will make some bedding for my daughter - we are getting ready to move her out of her toddler bed and into a big girl bed and I think this would look just adorable on her new bed!

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  119. It would make a very springy quilt. I think that's what I would use it for.

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  120. I would try to make something for our home or sew something for my new niece!!

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  121. A spring dress for my toddler, and a mini quilt. Love those colors

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  122. I'd make a mini-quilt to decorate the wall of my new, improved sewing room, and hang it right next to the parakeet my hubby doesn't know he's getting me for my birthday next month. :-)

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  123. Matching outfits for my girls

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  124. I love this fabric, so there are many possibilities! I would look to make a pillowcase dress for my daughter and possibly an apron for myself!

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  125. They'd definitely go into my stash of quilt fabric for our king sized quilt I've been working on for quite some time now ;)

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  126. I could make alot of things but defintly a little bag for my daughter!

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  127. crayon rolls for my shop: www.sweetsparrowdesign.etsy.com
    taraz9 at excite dot com

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  128. Definitely skirts, and maybe an apron!

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  129. I would make something special for my first Great Grand baby,Ella,due in April

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  130. I'm thinking some fun placemats are needed just in time for spring!

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  131. It's so cute!! I kind of want to just put it on my wall and look at it. So maybe some kind of cute wall hanging for my girls' room. Or the old standby, a cute dress for one of them.

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  132. This fabric would be perfect for a cuddly lap quilt!

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  133. I am making a series of quilts for all of my family for Christmas only started quilting a few months ago. Love fat quarter shop currently using up the twirl that I just had show up.

    http//richardquilts.blogspot.com
    http://trackmyshows.com

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  134. adorable fabric for my little cottage kitchen curtains!!

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  135. I would make skirts for my daughters and a sewing bag for me. L_N_K_V at yahoo dot com

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  136. Totes! Tiny purses! Doll clothes! Baby quilts! Oooh - maybe little patchwork aprons for my niece!

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  137. Lovely fabric! I would use it for clothing for my daughter. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  138. Ooooh... a quilt, a ruffled pillow, a wall hanging. The possibilities are endless!

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  139. I think I might have to stash these to use one day in a nursery! They're such fun, cheery colors and patterns. I think they'd be beautiful in a little girl's room!!

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  140. I would make a new table runner!

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  141. I would make a fun springtime table topper. Or maybe a baby quilt if a friend has a girl.

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  142. I think maybe a small bag or a patchwork dress for my goddaughter.

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  143. I would make my daughter a skirt for spring / summer

    carolinejaco at gmail dot com

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  144. A doll quilt and accessories for my daughter.

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  145. I would put it in a sweet little quilt; thanks for chance! (marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  146. I think I would make some pleated boxes pillows, I've joined in the sew-along at Craft Buds and love it. Thanks for the ace giveaway

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  147. I'd make something for my daughter's room! Such cute prints!

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  148. I'd make a quilt of some sort.

    beckyfdavis at comcast dot net

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  149. Quilt comes to mind with those lovely fabrics.

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  150. Wow....the possibilities are endless. I would go for cosmetic pouches or perhaps some even a tote bag.

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  151. Oh, I think I would try to make a fabric playhouse for my daughter!

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  152. thank you for such a generous giveaway! i would make some tunic style tops for my 13 mth old. such pretty fabrics!!!

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  153. A patchwork skirt for my daughter would look so cute with these fabrics :)

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  154. I think this fabric would make wonderful summer totes and purses. Thanks for this opportunity!

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  155. I would definitely use it to make some little girls' clothes.

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  156. I would use it to make a patchwork dress for my older daughter who is 2!

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  157. I would make a quilt for a friend who is having a little girl!

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  158. I would use it to make a patchwork dress for my older daughter who is 2!

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  159. Our bitty Granddaughter Clare is going to be a big sister...so she is moving from the crib. I think a wonderful quilt would make the move that much happier!!!

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  160. Probably some cute little bags.
    aliben7 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  161. A quilt for my daughter...the color are so sweet!!!

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  162. Love these fabrics! So spring! A crib quilt for my baby would be perfect with these colors! Her room is pink with rose curtains! Love them!

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  163. Should I win this wonderful give-a-way I'd make some beautiful pillows to go in my bedroom. What beautiful pillow I'd have!

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  164. I just love the tweet bundle. I might make an apron or a cover for my Kitchenaid.

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  165. To make diaper covers for my first Great Grand Baby,Ella,due in April.

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  166. I am envisioning all things girly!! I would love to make an apron and some doll clothes for my friend's daughter.

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  167. This fabric reminds me of Spring! I would make a Spring table runner.

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  168. I would love to make a skirt for my granddaughter or a handbag for myself!
    goldiez at hotmail dot com

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  169. I would love to make a beautiful spring-summer bag with this lovely fabric

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  170. This fabric would be perfect for some kindle covers and notepad covers.

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  171. I would love to have some more fabrics to use on my projects in my shop. These fabrics would make a sweet quilt and Lovie!

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  172. I would make a cozy quilt for me to sit in my chair with and read blogs. I love the fabric. thanks for a great giveaway. janita

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  173. I would love to make my baby some summer skirts from these adorable fabrics!

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  174. The possibilities are endless! Definitely something patchwork, either a bag or skirts for my girls. Maybe a headband or top for summer!

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  175. Maybe some burp cloths, or a quilt, or some cute baby clothes...so many possibilities.

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  176. I would make a tote bag. I have the perfect pattern for this collection.

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  177. Definitely a quilt! And if I happened to have any leftovers, perhaps a table runner. Gorgeous fabric! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  178. Such a pretty bundle! I have lots of ideas for my daughters American girl doll. Maybe a quilt or some clothes. Thanks for a great give a way!

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  179. I would make a circle skirt for my daughter to dance and twirl in :)

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  180. I would make a quilt for my little girl, I just the color combination of this set!

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  181. These are just the colors I've used in my little girl's room... maybe something adorable for her room? Or a few little ruffle-y play rompers for her and her dolly!!
    Thanks for the chance!

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  182. I just found out that grandbaby number two is on the way and if I won Tweet I would make a quilt and a matching ensemble for the crib!

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  183. I just found out that grandbaby number two is on the way and if I won Tweet I would make a quilt and a matching ensemble for the crib!

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  184. I just found out that grandbaby number two is on the way and if I won Tweet I would make a quilt and a matching ensemble for the crib!

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  185. I think I'd make tote bags!

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  186. I'd embellish pillows and curtains for my daughter's new bedroom - she wants pink walls and these would liven up the space perfectly! Thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  187. I would make a quilt for our new pastors daughter. She was diagnosed with a brain tumor and is only 6 years old. What a great way to keep her comfy while shes in the hospital

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  188. I think it would make a great lap quilt for my family room.

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  189. this is so awesome, I would put this in the quilt I'm making for my daughter.

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  190. I want to make bags and skirts for my girls. The fabrics are so beautiful.

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  191. I would make a lovely quilt. Thank you for the chance FQS!

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  192. A new bag. I need a new bag for spring.

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  193. I would definetly use a bunch to put in a wall art installation. Beautiful !

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  194. These would be perfect for a very Springtime quilt to liven things up. Loved reading about your history - WTG!

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  195. I'd make some Spring handbags! mamalusco at ortelco dot net

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