Wednesday, 6 March 2013

Win a bundle of Shuffle!



Would you like the chance to win this fat quarter bundle of the new Shuffle collection?

This give-away is open worldwide, all you have to do is leave a comment below letting me know what you would use it for before 13th March 8pm GMT to be entered. I will randomly pick a winner and let you know who the lucky person is next week - good luck!


305 comments:

  1. Of course I would love to win that bundle!!! My fingers and toes are crossed! It looks like great stash builder fabrics and I would use it for my Lucky Star BOM blocks :)

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  2. I would use it to make some cute bags!

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  3. Hmmm, I'm thinking possibly some cute little make up bags to give as gifts or maybe some sweet baby gifts.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  4. Quilts! More specifically, I think it would make great scrappy binding for quilts.

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  5. Yes please, these are great blenders that would have a multitude of uses!

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  6. I'd consider making them into a hexegon cushion cover!

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  7. I'm in, I'd use it for my mug rugs!

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  8. I would use it to make a quilt for Maxi

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  9. I would love to win this bundle. If I did, I would make a quilt for my son's room, I think the colours are perfect for a boy.
    Thank you for the chance to win.
    Clare

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  10. I think this bundle would work really well with my Summersville Bundle. I would make a very simple HST lap quilt with it.

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  11. I think these would be great in a quilt of many patterns to provide a moment of calm. I have a few busy prints which would go well. jennylarking@gmail.com

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  12. these would work well in my Lucky Stars BOM quilt, I've been looking for more fabrics to work into it. Thanks for the give away!

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  13. If I won I would finally buy some Thangles and have a go at a quilt. But maybe just a little one to start with!

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  14. Oooh, I would love to be in with a chance of winning please! I'm just embarking on my first patchwork baby blanket (for a friend) and I'm seriously considering giving quilting a go!

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  15. i'm on a fabric fast but that doesn't include winning stuff :)

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  16. Nice bundle! These would blend nicely with the two block of the month projects I'm working on.

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  17. Right now I am not really sure what I would make with these, but I doubt it would be hard to find something once I got my hands on them! ;)

    Thanks for this giveaway!

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  18. Im just starting on my sewing journey & have promised a friend a baby quilt & these would be perfect

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  19. What great blends - I am working on an quilt for a child and the fabric I have is too busy. This fabric will soften it.

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  20. How lovely! I would use this in a rainbow quilt of some sort...or as fillers...so many options. =)

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  21. These would make a nice modern quilt for my sons new apartment, thanks for the chance to win!

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  22. They are lovely and would match very well in a new lap quilt I'm working on. It's so hard to fine nice fabric here in Spain. Thanks a lot.

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  23. I would pair it with some solids and make a lap quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway chance!

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  24. Oh my how gorgeous! All you bloggers that have giveaways are so nice o share with us! Thank you!

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  25. I would use it for blenders in the Farmer's Wife Sampler Quilt that I am starting to work on. I have a ton of prints in my scrap pile, but very few solids and definitely need some :) Thanks for the giveaway.

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  26. Beautiful fabric! I think I would it to make some presents. Both my mom and my sister have their birthday coming in a couple of months.

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  27. what a great range of fabric! I would like to corodinate the bundle with the same solids, that should make a fab quilt I think :-)

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  28. This fabric is awesome! Stash builder and background fabric for sure ;)

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  29. I'd have to incorporate some into the postage stamp quilt I'm making. Then I'd probably cut some other charms to trade with some friends and the rest would be stashed away for heaven only knows what.

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  30. Lovely fabric...fingers are crossed!! Def. be in a quilt

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  31. Oh yes I would looooooooove to win this bundle, just gorgeous! :o)

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  32. I would love to try this line. I would use it as blenders with my floral scraps for pillow projects.

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  33. These would be great to make a housewarming gift for my brother's new flat!

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  34. I think it would be stash building and then make it's way into lots of lovely quilts!

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  35. I'd make almost matching quilts as a surprise for my friend's daughters, they'd love them!

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  36. these would go very well with some of my more wild prints to tone them down slightly. I have plans for another hexagon quilt or a fancy dresden plate design and it would go well with either of them.

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  37. Ooh, LOVE! It looks like they would go well with Architextures, which I just got. I'm designing the quit right now and it would be great to include these. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  38. I would use as blenders for some purses...

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  39. Great blenders! I think I would use it in the gingham quilt I've been wanting to make. Thanks!

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  40. I would love to win this useful bundle of fabric. I love the subtle colours.

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  41. Oh yum, these would be perfect for my final quilt for my City & Guilds course.

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  42. I'm a new quilter, and would like to try a miniature quilt for my first, the pattern yet to be decided. This fabric would be a great help in choosing!

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  43. Gorgeous! I would use these to make some pillows along with some focal fabrics.

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  44. hmmm...I'd love to incorporate these into a new found love--quilting! Not sure how yet, but these are beautiful!

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  45. Love these! I would use them in quilts.

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  46. i need to make a larger snuggle quilt for my daughter as she is now too tall for the one i lovingly made for her!

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  47. What a nice giveaway. Those fabrics look perfect for using as blenders whenever one of those color varieties is needed in my blocks. I'd love to have them for using in my Farmer's Wife Blocks. Thanks for the opportunity to win them.

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  48. Great giveaway, I'd use it for the swaps I've signed up for for this years FQ Retreat. Thanks x

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  49. I have a pattern called northern lights this would be great fabric for it. The northern lights always looks like they are moving and the dark to light shading would be perfect.fondaboyd@yahoo.ca

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  50. What would I make... I might incorporate them into a Swoon quilt for my inlaws.

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  51. Bem,eu estou fazendo uma colcha esposa de fazendeiro em papel inglês(adoro costura a mão)e estes tecidos viriam para complementar,até por que eu estou comprando aos poucos.Obrigada por abrir internacional e pela dádiva
    .tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  52. I would love to make some rainbow patchwork baby gifts.

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  53. I love these! I've been waiting for the right inspiration to try making my first quilt - i think this could be it!

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  54. These are great colors and would help round out my fabric selection for the T-Shirt quilts I am making for my 3 children. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  55. Love the fabrics, they would be perfect for an apron in the Crafty Cooks Apron and Recipe Swap I have just signed up for!

    http://www.flickr.com/groups/craftycooksapronswap/

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  56. Background fabric for some bags I think!

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  57. Love this fabric. I think it would be great for some churn dash blocks.

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  58. It looks gorgeous! I fancy having a go at a paint chart quilt and that would be awesome :-)

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  59. Great fabric! I'd make a quilt for my sister!

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  60. Would go great in a quilt I am making right now that has a lot of prints. Great giveaway, thanks.

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  61. Oh yes please! Love them all, esp the grey :D

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  62. I think I would probably use them in a brick pattern for the main panels of a bag I am making...

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  63. I love those, they would definitely go in my stash to be blenders!

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  64. I just love such basics at these and probably I'll use them as background for some favorite prints of mine.

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  65. that's an awesome bundle! i think i would combine it with some text prints to make a star block sampler.

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  66. I can envision using it on some of the quilted bags that I make.

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  67. I would love to make a 'grown-up' quilt for my eldest daughter who will be a mom for the second time at the end of the month. The first quilt I made her is falling apart and 'girly.' I'd love to make something that her hubby would be happy with too.

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  68. these are great! look like they'd be perfect as blenders into any quilt project.

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  69. Lovely!!! I think I would use it to make a zig zag pillow!

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  70. Great fabric. I think I'd use them to create colorful fabric buckets for my kids' rooms.

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  71. Hi!!! Great colors!!! I think they would be perfect for a baby quilt!!!! I am getting a new grand baby in Sept!!!! Thanks for the fun give away!!!!

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  72. I think I'd make a hexagon quilt...or maybe clamshells...gorgeous fabric, I'd have lots of fun with it! Thank you!

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  73. What a fabulous giveaway - thanks Kate! I think i'd use it to make a patchwork bag....maybe it would give me the push I need to make a Weekender?! x

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  74. i think i would have to use it to make a super cute {gender neutral} quilt for my sisters baby which will be due in a couple of weeks! eek
    kellyx

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  75. It would have to be a quilt, Gorgous bundle

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  76. oooh - I think I'd use it to pair up with one of my jelly rolls and create a gorgeous quilt! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  77. Mini quilt for my best friend's birthday.

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  78. OH my, I would love to pull prints from my stash to match and make some new cushions for my sofa!

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  79. Part for a small art quilt that I'm working on, and part for a quilted pillow for my cream sofa. Nice bright colors! Love it, thank you.

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  80. Great colors! Thanks for the chance to win. I would use it to make a quilt for my little man. :)

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  81. Wow - I was just admiring Shuffle on the website earlier today, thinking they would be perfectly in a modern log cabin quilt I'm about to make as a wedding gift for my brother. So pretty!

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  82. What a great stash building bundle! I would use it in a quilt, I really want to make the Marcelle Medallion quilt that everyone is making right now, and this would blend perfectly :-)

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  83. I would love to win and if I did, then I would make a lot of gorgeous pouches with it.

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  84. This would be a great start for a scrappy quilt! Those fabrics are new to me and they look great!

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  85. I would use it as blenders in quilt blocks and quilts. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  86. I have a stars bom comming up and would love to win this bundle to use in that project.

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  87. Beautiful fabric! Lately, I've been working on storage bags for yarn and fabric. Thanks so much1

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  88. I would love to use this bundle in a quilt!

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  89. Hm, I'd use bits of it for this and bits of it for that - quilts, cushions, bags, the usual suspects. I think it'd make nice trim on some clothes too

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  90. I've been wanting to try some blocks with lots of pieces- these would be great as fillers for those.

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  91. Beautiful fabrics in your giveaway. I'm not sure what I would use them for right now but I know that once I got them in my hot little hands the right project would come to me.

    thelady at hotmail.com

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  92. I would love to win those and add them to my sampler quilt I am making. Fun!

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  93. Love to win it would help to finish a lap quilt.

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  94. I am in several quilting bees and I desperately am trying to build my stash. I think these would be a great ASSET!
    lisamcgriff (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  95. I'd use it in a quilt for my son and dear d-i-l!

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  96. I love this fabric. I would use it in my Wonky Star Quilt.
    Shawn

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  97. I love the sense of movement in this print! Perhaps placemats - they have been on my "to do" list for quite a while.

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  98. I am looking for blenders--have TONS of novelies, flowers, etc...I am doing the RSC13 and am finding I need fabrics that will soften my color-drenched fabrics--anyhoo...thank you for the chance to win. This stuff looks super...Julierose

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  99. I would use it to make some cushion covers for my lounge (which are much needed!) x

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  100. I've got a ton of baby things to make and these would fit in nicely. They'd also come in handy to feed my cushion-making addiction. :) Thanks for the chance.

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  101. These would go into my Farmer's Wife quilt. I have many blocks to go and these would blend in really great with my stash fabrics.

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  102. What lovely fabrics! These would fit in just perfectly with my large floral prints. Thanks for the chance to win. Fingers crossed.

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  103. I've seen the new book Pillow Pop and think some of these fabrics would work well with my stash.

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  104. What great blenders! I would use them in so many ways...in my next scrappy trip around the world, in my new epp blocks,as pouch linings. Thanks for the chance to win

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  105. This is gorgeous! I would definitely use some of it up in my Maple Leaf Rag quilt, and then use probably use some of the colors in the quilt I need to make for my son's bed.

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  106. What a great giveaway!! Would love to make some throw pillows, which I desperately need!

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  107. HI! Thank you for a neat giveaway!
    I'd use this to make more Charity Quilts>my passion!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  108. Wowowowow! I would use the bundle for a collection of Peter Pan collars - too cute! xx

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  109. Gorgeous fabrics. Thansk for the chance to enter your giveaway. I would use it on my new quilt I am getting ready to start. conn_and_vans_mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  110. I think these fabrics would add great texture to the background of a quilt...maybe some stars?

    whatthebobbin dot com

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  111. Great stash builder. I am finishing a chevron top and I think those would look stunning in chevrons. Liked the pattern so much I think I'll do another. Thanks.

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  112. Hmmmm.... a nice little boy quilt would be fun to make :) amateurquilter at gmail

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  113. Some pillows for the bed would be nice

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  114. these are nice! I would probably add them to my Dear Jane Blocks or make some nice pillow covers.

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  115. Oh yes, I would like to win a bundle! It would be put to good use when I (finally) make my little boys quilt...

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  116. I would use all of that color to make a Mariner's Compass quilt.

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  117. What a lovely bundle! Just come over from Lily's!

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  118. Fabulous fabrics! I would use them with my Architexture fat quarter bundle to make a quilt. I haven't decided what pattern to make yet.

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  119. Great stash addition, I will be making a case for my kindle. Thank you.

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  120. I would stash it for the perfect project!

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  121. I've been wanting to make some pillow tops with something other than solids for backgrounds - these would be perfect! Just the right amount of texture!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  122. Great bundle, not exactly sure what I would use it for but it would be a great addition to my stash.

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  123. I'd finally like to make a quilt just for me, all the quilts i make seem to be for other people! Thank you for the chance :o)

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  124. I would mix them up with some of the fabrics from my stash for what... quilts of course. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  125. I would use these for a quilt.
    anu[dot]sorvali[at]luukku[dot]com

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  126. I would certainly add it to the Marcelle Medallion I am planning - thanks for the chance x

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  127. ohhh a great blender, I'm thinking some pillows or perhaps binding for siblings together quilts

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  128. Love this and they would go with so much. I would love to do a quilt for a little boy.

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  129. I would use it to add to my Marcelle Medallion quilt that I am working on

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  130. these would be great for pillows in my living room!

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  131. what great additions for my next planned baby quilts!

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  132. I'd use them in an I-spy boys quilt I'm making. Am always in the need for good benders.

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  133. yummy, yummy fabrics - a kaleidoscope quilt (my current obsession) or to be stashed to be a added to a future lone star quilt. many thanks for the chance

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  134. These would be great for a quilt I'm planning for a friend's daughter!

    (knitspinquilt at yahoo dot com)

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  135. A great stash builder selection! I'd love to use them in a table runner I'm planning.

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  136. hmmm, i would pair them up with solids, slice them up in srips and make a quilt for a kid for our local benefit closet.

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  137. Haría unos bolsos para el veranito y bolsitas para las llaves. Estas telas son preciosas

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  138. My sofa is in desperate need of new pillows, this bundle would be perfect! Thanks for the giveway

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  139. I would love these for some small purses, looks great!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  140. Probably some clutches... They are so beautiful!!!

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  141. Oooh what beautiful fabrics! Those would be perfect for quilts.

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  142. Love the fabrics. I'm planning to make a "reads as a solid" quilt & these would be a great addition. Thanks.

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  143. Wow!! the possibilities ... children's quilts, sampler quilt, binding, mugrugs... but I think it might be a mixer with the brights in the baby quilt I am planning

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  144. Gorgeous fabrics, they would be perfect blenders in my sons quilt.

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  145. Great bundle. I'm thinking of something small to make -- pillows and bags.

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  146. Oh, those would make some fab bag linings, a bit more exciting than bog standard solids, thanks for the chance to win :o)

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  147. A modern graphic bed runner!

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  148. I have a few new babies (of friends, none of my own yet!) due in the next few months that I'd love to make quilts for :)

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  149. I'm new to quilting and my stash of solids/blenders is pitiful! This would make a great addition to all of my future quilting and handbag projects (maybe also some zip pouches. Thanks for the chance!
    ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

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  150. I would save them for a rainy day and make a rainbow quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  151. Ooo! Linings for all sorts of nifty tote bags. :)

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  152. I think I would make a baby quilt for a friend of mine - thanks for the chance to win!

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  153. Oh what the perfect bundle! I have some zippered pouches I want to make and these would be wonderful with the fabrics I have. Oh and I found you via Lily's Quilts.

    Thank you for a great giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  154. *panic* I never know what I want to do with fabric ahead of time! Likely I'd use it where I'd normally use text fabrics in paper piecing blocks. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  155. Gorgeous.I`d make a lap quilt .Thanks for the giveaway!

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  156. It is beautiful! I would use part of it in a red, white and blue quilt, I'm working on.

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  157. Would like to use it in some of my paper piecing blocks!

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  158. paper piecing- without a shadow of a doubt!

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  159. This set is a great stashbuilder, but I would definitely use it for a modern baby quilt! Fingers are crossed!

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  160. I am participating in the Rainbow BOM and am doing both Jack in the Box and Talkin Turkey (designed by Bonnie Hunter) in every color under the sun. I would use these fabrics in those blocks!

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  161. Love the colous...would love to sew totes and pouches....I will enhance them with some crochet abd buttons too. They would be great gifts for family,friends,my daughters and their friends too. Thanks for this awesome giveaway.

    Usha
    usharaneem@yahoo.com

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  162. Nice fabrics! I would use these blenders with the BOM quilt blocks I working on.

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  163. A brilliant stash builder bundle. I would use it to make some cushions.

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  164. I think these blenders would make great sashing for a quilt, don't you?

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  165. I am wanting to try some paper piecing - so this would be great for that!

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  166. I would just keep these in my stash and bring them out when I needed some. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  167. I have a lot of novelties and bolder prints that could use some good blenders to tone them down and tie them together - these are WONDERFUL!

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  168. these are wonderful - would love to expand my stash.

    thanks for the giveaway!

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  169. I think they would work well in a quilt or as cushion sashing and backings!

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  170. I see zipper pouches, coin purses, bags, fun fun fun.

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  171. I am in need of some bias binding for pillows. I'd probably make a zipper pouch too!

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  172. I would love to make a star burst quilt. I have never made one before, so am keen to give it ago.

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  173. I would share them with my sisters and mix it in to make some barn blocks we saw on a blog. 3bakergirlsgo@gmail.com

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  174. I would use the fabric to make Elizabeth Hartman's crazy nine-patch lattice quilt

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

    susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  176. Thanks for a great giveaway. I would love to win, can see use for binding and use as a blender fabric.

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  177. Wow! Great fabrics! These would perfect to incorporate into my Spin Cycle quilt by Cluck Cluck Sew. Thanks for chance to win this fabulous prize.

    Ursula

    usch at shaw dot ca

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  178. It would go in my 1 yo nephew's quilt that I'm trying to decide upon a pattern and fabrics for (his b-day is in APRIL)!

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  179. It would head to the stash closet, I am sure I would be using bits and pieces of it in all sorts of projects

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  180. Yes please, I would love to win these. I would use them to make beautiful fabric flowers and also some fusible letters for embellishing bags and pouches.

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  181. Very nice. I think I would use some for the "cuff" of the pillow cases I'm making, or the sashing of a scrap quilt that needs more color.

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  182. Such pretty basic pattern! They dark grey would go into a quilt I am currently planning (with purple and golden yellow) and the others would be hoarded. Not that my fabric cupboard needs adding to, but too pretty to pass up!

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  183. I would love to utilize this awesome collection as blenders for several quilts that I am working on! awolk at rogers dot com

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  184. Great giveaway! I would use these fabrics in a tote that I am mkaing, and also in my scrap quilt that I am making. Thanks for
    the chance to win!

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  185. pretty! i would probably put it to work in a quilt i am working on over this next year. :) thanks for the chance to win!

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  186. I'd use them in some X & + blocks!

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  187. I think they'd look gorgeous in a pillow. No definite specifics right now, but I have been wanting to try a large paper pieced block.

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  188. These would beautiful in so many things...bags or pouches, or some zig zaggy goodness in a quilt! Love them! Thanks for the giveaway. :)

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  189. I have some fabric with text on them, these would go with them so well. Thank you for offering them. Liz

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  190. Love this fabric! It would be perfect for an I pad cover I need to make and of course a quilt! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  191. I would use the blues and reds in my hexagon quilt and the rest for other quilts and accents on bags. Love that this fabric could really blend well with lots of different things.

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  192. I would use this for a rainbow hexie project thanks for the chance :)

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  193. Gorgeous - perfect for a boy quilt. Or maybe a me quilt :)

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  194. Lovely! I'm thinking a quilted table-runner, bread basket & perhaps even some matching napkins..

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  195. Oh, I love this print! I don't know what it COULDN'T be used for, it looks perfect for quilt backgrounds, pouch linings, bindings and even little clothes!

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