Monday, 21 May 2012

Fabric Giveaway

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day

This is my third time participating in Sew Mama Sew's Giveaway Day. Last year I won a pattern of my choice from Little Lizard King and a fabric bundle from Hopeful Threads.


Giveaway day actually runs for the week and I know I'll be like a mad woman, reading, commenting and crossing my fingers that I'll win something again. Whether I win something or not, I know I'll also find lots of fabulous blogs.

With further ado, here's what I'm offering to one lucky reader......



- 1 yard of Fuchsia Tree and 1 yard of Twilight Peony, both by Amy Butler.


That's right, one lucky reader will win two yards of fabric from the Soul Blossoms collection, by Amy Butler.



What do you have to do to win?
  • Leave me a comment telling me what you would make from your 2 yards of Soul Blossoms fabric, if you win.
  • I'll need a way to contact you if you win. If you are a no reply blogger, or if you don't have a blog, leave your email address with your comment. You can write your email as...
That's all you have to do... leave me a comment and a way to contact you if you win.


Bonus entries (not mandatory):
  • Follow Threading My Way and leave me a separate comment below telling me how you follow. The GFC and Linky Followers boxes are in the sidebar at the top of the page.
  • Like Threading My Way on Facebook, then come back and leave me a separate comment below.

Three chances to win!!! Leave separate comments for each.

  • Giveaway is open to international readers.
  • Giveaway will finish at 5pm PST, Friday 25 May (That's about 9am EST, Saturday 17 December in Australia.)
  • The winner will be chosen by random.org

Have fun during the week of Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day. I hope you find lots of blogs that you will want to follow and good luck winning something.

Sew Mama Sew


Thanks for stopping by. I look forward to reading your comments and I hope to see you again.

... Pam


This giveaway has now closed. Winner announced here.


Congratulations, Stephanie!!!

644 comments:

  1. Ooh I'm so excited about Giveaway Day/Week!! I've been waiting all day to make my giveaway post live too!
    I can see these gorgeous fabrics as an extra special apron...for me!!
    xx

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  2. I follow you through GFC too ;)

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  3. AND I'm your biggest FB fan ;)

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  4. Hi Pam! Those are so beautiful fabrics and I don't have any flowers!Thank you for sharing! x Teje

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  5. I'm your happy follower! x Teje

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  6. Wow, I would use the two yards to make cushion covers to match my Soul Blossoms quilt I made last year, love Amy Butler fabric to bits!

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  7. I am a follower of your blog too.

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  8. I've just liked you on fb too!

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  9. I think I might just use it to make something for me - a bag, a top...thanks for the chance to win

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  10. Ooh... such lovely fabric! Here's to hoping you win again this year xo

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  11. Gorgeous fabric Pam! I would probably make something for me, maybe a bag.

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  12. Long time reader via GFC ;-)

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  13. ...and I like you three times on fb via my various pages!
    Did you notice how Ros has jumped in between my posts? Cheeky! Hehe :D

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  14. this time it will be for me and my house. a wallhanging and a big tote. thanks heaps!

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  15. I would probably make a couple of dresses for my girls. They love dresses for the summer and this fabric would be perfect.
    Thanks,
    Erin
    emstone28@gmail.com

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  16. I am a follower of your blog.

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  17. Pam! Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway! I'd make some dresses for the girls!

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  18. How fun...it definitely looks like it needs to be made into a handbag. =) Thanks for a chance to win.

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  19. I love Amy Butler fabric! I'd definitely make nursing covers for a couple of extra special girls who are expecting this summer! The fabrics are beautiful...just like the new mommies I'd love to give them to! Thanks for the giveaway. Have a blessed day!

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  20. I think this would be an awesome skirt!!

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  21. I would make myself a new Birdie Sling! I love AB fabrics! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  22. My daughters share a love of bags with me, so if I win, I'll make them a little bag each for carrying their favourite trinkets and spare change. :)

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  23. Very nice!!! Count me in please! :)
    I'd probably end up making a skirt, one of my favorite things to sew....or a little romper I just saw posted yesterday that I'd like to try. Thanks for the chance!

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  24. I will make 2 big bags with the fabric. I can already picture the bags in my head.

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  25. Absolutely a follower! :)

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  26. And a facebook fan!!! :) Thanks Pam!

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  27. I think I would make a new bag. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  28. Lovely giveaway thanks. I think I would use some of the fabric to make my Mum a 241 bag.

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  29. I love Amy Butler! I would make a new apron! Thanks!

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  30. Amy Butler is one of my favorites. I would make a new handbag from an Amy Butler pattern with the fabric. Thanks!

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  31. Thanks for the chance the AB fabric is gorgeous!

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  32. these would be fabulous for quilt backings, i'd hate to cut into them! or maybe some large bag where minimal cutting to show off the prints!

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  33. i'd make some cushions for my upstairs tv room

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  34. Oh, I'd have to make one of her bag patterns of course. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  35. I'm big into skirts right now. That's what I'd make :)

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  36. Definitely a bag, mabye a travel bag!

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  37. What pretty fabric - I want it. I don't have anything in mind just yet but I'm sure I will come up with something

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  38. Love all amy butler
    I would make a bag,maybe to carry sewing projects
    and I pincushion and a needle book or little sewing case

    thanks

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  39. I'd make myself a beautiful purse!

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  40. With two yards I could make a dress! There's a great McCall's pattern that calls for two coordinating fabric that I've been itching to make, so fingers crossed! Thanks so much for participating in Giveaway Day!

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  41. I know that this would become dresses for my little girl :)

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  42. blog follower

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  43. FB fan- Desiree Glaze

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  44. That fabric would look awesome on our sofa, so I think I'd make it into cushions.

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  45. I would love to use these to make a soul blossoms quilt. I have a few other cuts that need some rounding out, and these would be perfect! Thanks for the chance. :)

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  46. That fabric is so gorgeous. I think it would be perfect for a skirt. Thanks

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  47. Thanks for chance to win; would use in a quilt! (EMAIL: marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  48. I subscribe to your blog in Google Reader.
    Thanks!

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  49. This would go into a donation lap quilt. Thanks for the chance to win

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  50. I would make myself a new top, I love these colours

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  51. Like you on FB @Aimee Marie

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  52. I would use the fabric to make a lined travel bag and some accessories... unless it really 'wants' to be made into a quilt.

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  53. I would probably end up making a set of reversible placemats so I can practice my free motion quilting!

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  54. i'd make a throw pillow and a little baby dress=thanks!

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  55. I would make something for my Granddaughter.

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  56. I think I would make a bag out of it. :) It's so pretty!!

    Mary
    iammaryburke@gmail.com

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  57. I think these would be adorable in a bag or as a dress or two for my little girl! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  58. I'd make a couple of tote bags!

    trilliumcreates AT gmail DOT com

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  59. I'd make an ironing board cover. I know, I know but mine is wrecked and this would give me so much pleasure while pressing
    hannah dot kitching at hotmail dot co dot uk

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  60. A skirt for me and a dress for my daughter

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  61. I would mix them with some stash fab and create a quilt for a friend.

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  62. I would incorporate those beautiful fabrics into a designer handbag. audiodropzone (at) gmail (dot) com

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  63. Lovely fabrics! I'd sew them into my personal porch quilt.

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  64. Throw pillows for my bed, the colors will match my spread perfectly.

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  65. GFC follower
    shel704 at aol dot com

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  66. Following on Facebook
    shel704 at aol dot com

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  67. I would make two dresses for Dress A Girl Around the World
    suzannewithdressagirl (at) gmail (dot) com
    http://sewdelightful.blogspot.com/

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  68. I would make an apron.
    owensolivia@hotmail.com

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  69. I would probably make a bag for myself!

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  70. Beautiful fabric! I'd probably make myself a bag. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  71. I would definitely have to incorporate that fabric into my living room. It's the perfect colour! Maybe a curtain valance?

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  72. I'd be aiming for skirt, methinks!

    corvus.melloriATgmailDOTcom

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  73. I'd make some pillows or some bags! So pretty!

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  74. Already a follower on my Blogger Dashboard!

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  75. beautiful beautiful fabric ... thanks! I would love to say that I'd make something for me ... but this would look so cute as a pillowcase dress for my girl!

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  76. I would make a new hand bag. I love the colors!

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  77. gorgeous prints! these would make great backings - who can cut them up?!

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  78. Since I'm moving this summer, I think I'd use the fabric for some home decor items. Possibly trimming some curtains or pretty place-mats.

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  79. I'm working on a "Mystery Quilt" and I think this fabric would be perfect. Thanks for the opportunity to win your generous giveaway.

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  80. I'm a new follower of your blog. Thanks for the opportunity to win your giveaway.

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  81. with the top fabric i would make a rad couch pillow for snoozing. and the bottom one i would give to my mamaw to be sewn into one of her quilts, as she is the one who taught me to sew and gave me the love for quilts that i have-i'm all about sharing the love!

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  82. the fushia tree would make for a cool blouse!
    thanks for the giveaway

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  83. I am pining for a new summer bag for myself... :)
    kirkwood0419(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  84. I'd make a purse probably! I've got some patterns I've wanted to try.

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  85. I would probably use them to make a bag, so beautiful. Thanks for the chance!

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  86. I think the fushia tree would make a nice center for a medallion quilt and with the peony pieced with solids around the edges. great colors and great pattern, great giveaway thanks

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  87. Love this fabric! I would use it to make a bag :)
    Thank you!! maggiegripp {at] yahoo )dot( com

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  88. Great blog! I'm following you through GFC.

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  89. If I one this fabric, I would make my daughter a beautiful dress, of course!

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  90. I am your newest facebook fan!

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  91. I think I would use them in quilts or a skirt or an apron - just so many options!!

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  92. I would love to create new bag pattern using these fabrics!!

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  93. I just bought some shot cottons for a quilt I'm making and would love to add some amy butler prints in there!

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  94. Wow. This fabric is so pretty, it would be a shame to cut through it. So this would be my plan. Cut 1 fabric repeat and set it aside to preserve it's beauty. I would make a quilt of simple squares where I would fussy cut some of the design motifs to highlight throughout the quilt. I would then use the scraps in a hand applique project to take advantage of the different color combos in a flower petal, a bird's feather, who knows?

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  95. Those fabrics are screaming at me to make some summery totes.
    Thanks for the chance to win them.

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  96. Gorgeous! These are my living room colours...maybe some fun pillows? Many thanks! ollieschool4 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  97. Very pretty fabric! I don't sew, but I use fabric to crochet with. I would use this to crochet a basket. Thanks for the chance to win!

    ravensrascals (at) gmail (dot) com

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  98. I'm a new facebook fan as Rachel Earle Edwards Martorano. :)

    ravensrascals (at) gmail (dot) com

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  99. I would use the big-blossomed one as the main fabric on a sundress for my daughter...the other one would be for a new throw pillow or two to brighten up my living room!

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  100. Ooo a lovely hot summer bag! That's what i'd make

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  101. It would be nice to make something actually for me! I could see that as really nice dress or skirt :)

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  102. I would probably make an apron.

    Thanks for the chance!

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  103. o probably a top or skirt for me or a dress for my little girl!!!

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  104. So pretty! I think I would make cushion covers. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  105. I think a skirt would be in order.

    rebekahricker (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  106. I'm a subscriber.

    rebekahricker (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  107. Perfect for a tote bag and enhancements to a quilt!

    mail.suboo[at]gmail.com

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  108. That fuschia tree one looks like it'd be perfect for embroidering and embellishment!

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  109. Thank you for your generous giveaway! I need to make throw pillows for my family room. Would love to make some with Amy Butler fabric. Great giveaway!

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  110. Possibly a bag, but it would be nice for a pieced quilt back too! Thanks for the chance!

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  111. Amy Butler - how lovely! I would make some pillowcase with it. Thanks for the chance!

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  112. I would start by making a new summer bag for myself!

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  113. I would put it in a quilt. And it would be glorious.

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  114. AND! I'm also following you.

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  115. Apron for sure and any scraps into a quilt. Beautiful fabric. Thank you.

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  116. I would probably make myself something! or matching dresses for my girls...

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  117. OMG - gorgeous fabric. I'd make a bed runner and matching pillow cases I think to go on as an accent on lovely white crisp sheets and duvet cover. Thanks for the chance! amysalbum2004[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  118. I would make a bag.
    anghhong(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  119. I am also a follower
    anghhong(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  120. How I would use the fabric is a toss up between: using it in a quilt, making a new knitting tote, and making a dress for my niece. I guess I would see how the inspiration hit me once I had the fabric!!

    handmadebytracie (at) gmail (dot) com

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  121. Pillows or a tote bag, not sure! Thanks for the chance.

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  122. Either a bag or a skirt would be good with this fabric

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  123. This beautiful fabric would def. be part of a large quilt...it is gorgeous!! thank you

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  124. REversible bag! REally, becasue who could choose between the two prints?

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  125. hmm..i think id make a project bag for my knitting projects and a couple small pouches for supplies :) raineoc@yahoo.com

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  126. new follower :) raineoc@yahoo.com

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  127. Great fabric! I would probably make bag for me)

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  128. thank you for the chance to win. I see pillows for that fabric

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  129. Most def a lap quilt for my mom. its getting cold here in South Africa and she would love this!!

    thanks so much
    Cleo
    cleo(AT)techgear.co.za

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  130. I'd make a quilt that showcases the gorgeous prints! I love Soul Blossom.

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  131. oh I would make dresses of course, something stylish but summery.
    charlottepowellbrooks@gmail.com
    and I follow your blog already!

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  132. I need a new big bag for summer ball games and a new summer shirt for myself. It would be hard to choose between the two.

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  133. I think I would make a dress.
    sntbosch(at)msn(dot)com

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  134. these fabrics scream (noodlehead's) 241 tote to me. am i crazy?

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  135. This fabric is perfect for my favorite bag patterns, I could probably make two!

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  136. I am a new follower through GFC

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  137. I would probably make a bag of some sort!
    seemommysew @gmailDOTcom

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  138. thanks for the giveaway! this matches my comforter, and I've been needing apillow slip. So probably that.

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  139. I think I would make myself a new purse with it.

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  140. I'd make a Tova top with it!

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  141. This fabric would make a cute peasant dress for my 2yo daughter!!

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  142. I follow through google!!

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  143. I LOVE this fabric! I will make a bag with them!

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  144. I liked your page on Facebook.

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  145. I was thinking the fabric would make some nice quilty pillows for my living room :)

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  146. a toddler's dress
    fingers crossed! treevt80 at yahoo dot com

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  147. I would make an apron or a bag. Love the fabric and thanks for the giveaway!

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  148. Maybe a byg ? Or a skirt for my daughter ??

    Have a nice week and thanky ou !

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  149. Yummy! I'd make pillow covers or a quilt.

    Mrs.Hearts
    www.busyhandsquilts.blogspot.com

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  150. I am a new follower!
    Mrs.Hearts
    www.busyhandsquilts.blogspot.com

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  151. Follower through Google Friend Connect

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  152. Probably a purse or bag - whatever inspires me when the fabric arrives!

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  153. Liked you on Facebook and left a comment.

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  154. I LOVE those fabrics! I would make a summer shirt. I got the Tova pattern and would make a short or sleeveless version.

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  155. Oh my god! This is the collection I want for my quilt! Im making the kids now, so Im shopping around some gorgeous Amy Butler for my hubby and I. Keep my fingers crossed!
    marianagalvagno at hotmail dot com

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  156. I like you on FB
    marianagalvagno at hotmail dot com

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  157. these colors would look good on me. a top for myself (i never sew for me!)

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  158. Pam,
    What lovely Amy Butler fabrics- I think it would make a great border on a quilt or a lovely table runner or as part of a bag.. I am sure there are lots of wonderful ways to use these luscious fabrics.
    Regards from Western Canada,
    Anna

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  159. I also am following you on facebook - it is always terrific to meet bloggers from other parts of the globe. I will look forward to seeing your beautiful projects and reading about you and your life in the land down under..
    Regards,
    Anna

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  160. Gorgeous fabrics! I think they would make lovely pieced aprons, using both fabrics for each. They would make a wonderful surprise for my daughters.

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  161. I'd probably make a bag with the Amy Butler fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  162. I'm a follower by email. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  163. I liked you on Facebook. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  164. I would race to my One Yard Wonders book and pick a project. Probably the obi for back pain relief. Thanks for the generous giveaway.

    Wordygirl at EarthLink dot net

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  165. I am a new follower of your blog! The best thing about giveaway day, is a chance to see new-to-me blogs!

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  166. I would make matching bags for me and my little girl.

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  167. Perhaps an apron or a pouch?
    :)

    jo.tee35 AT gmail DOT com

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  168. I would probably make a bag.

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  169. I would make a skirt - I've been obsessed with making them for years now. I love the fabric on top & have a perfect complimentary fabric to work with it!!

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  170. I have some Soul Blossoms that I have been saving to make a quilt for me! I would love to add this to the collection.

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