Monday, 3 December 2012

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day

This is my fourth time participating in Sew Mama Sew's Giveaway Day and each time I've been lucky enough to win something. 


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 find lots of fabulous blogs.

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



- 1 yard of Peacock Feathers and 1 yard of Lotus, both by Amy Butler
- The Practical Guide to Patchwork by Elizabeth Hartman



That's right, one lucky reader will win two yards of Amy Butler fabric, as well as a copy of Elizabeth Hartman's, The Practical Guide to Patchwork. (This book has never been used. I have my own copy.)





What do you have to do to win?
  • Leave me a comment telling me what you would make from your 2 yards of Amy Butler 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...  GFC, email, RSS
  • 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 7 December (That's about 12noon EST, Saturday 8 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.



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

... Pam

This giveaway has closed. The winner has been announced here.

677 comments:

  1. I can see a pinwheel quilt being made.

    Thanks for the giveaway

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  2. I'd make some gorgeous cushions for my couch.

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  3. I'll make a quilt for my second daughter.

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  4. I am a follower of your blog via Google reader. shaza.zain(at) gmail(dot)

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  5. GREAT Give Away, thank you for a chance to win. With this fantanstic fabric I'd make a pleated tote or 2!!
    I'll have my 'Give Away Day' Give Away up in an hour or so ;-)
    Esther
    esjodebeer(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  6. Wow that is so kind, I have a couple of bag patterns I want to use and these fabrics would be great for them, the 2 zip hipster and sidekick tote. thanks for the chance

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  7. And I like you on facebook too

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  8. Ooh great giveaway Pam! I'm probably being very unoriginal, but I'd make a bag with that gorgeous fabric.

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  9. I am a huge fan on Facebook ;)

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  10. wow! Amy Butler fabric, i have never got my hands on them! would love to make an apron and a handbag!

    I am already your follower.

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  11. I'd like to have a go at a 'weekender' bag!

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  12. That fabric is over the moon cute! If I won, I bet I would just stare at it for a really long time. After that, it would probably become tote bags with matching zippered pouches. Have a wonderful week! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  13. This is so awesome Pam :) Well I would love to make a floral burst Pillow covers with a contrast color fabric.. Wish I get lucky..

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  14. endless possibilities to make with 2 yards! lovely fabric.. thank you for the chance!

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  15. I follow your blog through RSS or friend connect. can't remember which lol

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  16. Liked on FB and shared it on my page as well! thank you!

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  17. I don't know what I would make, probably one of the mini quilts from Elizabeth's Hartmann craftsy class I am enrolled in. I hope I win because I have been eyeing this book the last few days, love Elizabeth Hartman!!

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  18. Loving that fabric! I have a few bag patterns I want to make so I think I would be getting stuck into one of those!

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  19. I can see vibrant cushions in those fabrics.

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  20. I like you on Facebook. Thanks for the great giveway!

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  21. My win would def. be in a quilt....thanks for the chance

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  22. I have a purse pattern that would look lovely in this fabric!

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  23. Oh my. Love the fabric. I'm not sure what I'd make with it, but I'll seriously consider a cute little dress for my daughter. :)

    mitchetr192(at)gmail(dot)com

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  24. I follow Threading My Way via GFC. :)

    mitchetr192(at)gmail(dot)com

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  25. I "like" Threading My Way on Facebook. :)

    mitchetr192(at)gmail(dot)com

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  26. Oh, yay...a contest!! I would definitely have to sew up something pretty with the Amy Butler fabric. I have an awesome tunic pattern, so maybe that? :)

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  27. I liked you on FaceBook....I don't know how I missed that before!

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  28. I have some fabric set a side for a quilt, and this would go perfect with it!
    missysaprons@gmail.com

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  29. I follow you!
    missysaprons@gmail.com

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  30. Oooh, I love the fabric! I would probably make a bag or maybe a dress for my little sister.

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  31. I like Threading my Way on facebook.

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  32. I'd have to make a skirt with that sweet fabric :)

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  33. I also follow via Facebook ;-)

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  34. Thanks for the chance to win, I would make a bag!

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  35. Gorgeous! Those scream purse to me. Thanks for the chance!

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  36. Great giveaway! I would put it in my fabric stash and draw it! lysa@lysaflower(dot)com

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  37. The book and fabrics are an amazing giveaway Pam! I'd love to use it in some cushions.

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  38. I'd like to make a bag or bucket.

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  39. I love making totes and zip pouches so I'll make more of those and give them away as presents
    gifac1262(at)gmail(dot)com

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  40. Wow what a great prize!! I'm not sure what I would make, maybe a bag or purse!

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  41. I will add it to my other amy butler fabrics I've been hoarding to make a quilt for my new little girl Matilda.
    Thanks for the generous giveaway!
    allisonbright{at}gmail{dot}com

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  42. Those fabrics would surely go into a colorful quilt with a white background! And I would love to have that book!

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  43. I would make a picnic quilt! I've always wanted one and have never taken the time to create one...this fabric is just shouting picnic to me! :)

    sowingstitches [at] gmail [dot] com

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  44. Wow what a fabulous giveaway! I would love to make a tote bag or a quilt with the Amy Butler fabric. Thanks!

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  45. I enjoy making little zipper bags and potholders. These fabrics would be great! Thanks...Anna
    annagrammo(at)gmail(dot)com

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  46. I would make a new bag for myself! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!

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  47. Wow - what great prizes. I would use it in a project I am planing for Christmas gift.

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  48. I would make an apron or a sewing machine cover.

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  49. Some little bags or a new kindle cover :)

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  50. Definitely a bag or two!Thanks!

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  51. I need a sewing machine cover badly!

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  52. I'd be tempted to make a skirt but would probably end up using them in a quilt with some others in my stash!

    kerry(AT)penny-dog.co.uk

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  53. I would make a dress for my adorable granddaughter!

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  54. I would probably use the fabric for bags.

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  55. One yard is enough for a bag, so I would probably do that. I had that book from the library and loved it. Thanks!

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  56. Not sure what I'd make...I like to let fabric age in my stash until it lets me know what it would like to become!:) Thanks for holding a giveaway!

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  57. And I like Threading My Way on Facebook!

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  58. I think a bag would be in order! Great giveaway - thanks!

    chocolatechippers at gmail dot com

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  59. Just signed up to follow you with GFC.

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  60. And now I like you on FB, too!

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  61. I think I would use one of the fabrics to create a 1-yard scarf to chase away the winter blues...bright colors are perfect for that. :) LOVE that book, I don't own it yet but I borrowed it once from the library! Would love to own it!

    ~Rachel~

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  62. The Amy Butler blossom bag that sew mama sew has the free pattern for.

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  63. I love Amy Butler's fabric! And what a great looking book! I would either make a top for my daughter... or something for me!! :)

    flowerbubbleskids(at)gmail(dot)com

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  64. Oh, you're sweet ! i'd make a bag... i never have enough bags !!! Thanks !

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  65. I think I'd make an apron and a bag. I have the book One Yard Wonders so almost certainly something from there. :)

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  66. Awesome giveaway!!! I think I'd use that fabric in a quilt or maybe an awesome bag!

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  67. I'd make a couple dresses for my baby girl! Thanks!!!
    lizeves(at)gmail(dot)com

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  68. I'd make a fun quilt for me! Thanks for the chance!

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  69. I would use this fabric to make a sewing machine cover!

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  70. I am now following your page on facebook. :)

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  71. That fabric would be great for a new bag. Thanks for the chance!

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  72. Would love to make a skirt or a new bag! Thanks for a fun giveaway!

    Julie

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  73. I am a new follower of your blog and new to the giveaways...this is a lot of fun!

    Julie

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  74. I saw a pattern on pinterest for baby outfit in the lotus print that I would love to try my hand at. Thanks for the chance to win it!

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  75. Also a new follower of yours on facebook...thanks for a chance to win!

    Julie

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  76. Lovely fabric. I'd use it to make a jumper/dress for my baby god-daughter!

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  77. Those prints are big and bold - they work perfectly in an awesome quilt back. Perhaps in the style of Elizabeth Hartman? I am DYING to get my hands on a copy of that book!!

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  78. I would make a quilt blanket for my daughter!

    julia.glotova(at)gmail(dot)com

    Thank you!

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  79. ohhh a quilt.. but that fabric is gorgeous.. it would also look really nice as a sassy pleated skirt for my little monkey. But I am horrible at sewing clothes... so a quilt.

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  80. I would use the fabric in a quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

    robyn(dot)geddes(at)gmail(dot)com

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  81. Those beautiful fabric would be perfect for my daughter's dress or skirt!

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  82. I'd use the peacock feathers to make a dress for my little girl and the lotus I would use in a quilt. eatkin85(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  83. I liked you on facebook eatkin85(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  84. I follow your blog eatkin85(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  85. I sew for my grand nieces, and I think those fabrics would make beautiful twirly skirts! Thanks for offering such a generous give away! I have enjoyed looking around your blog, this morning!

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  86. I really need a new bag... :)
    Great fabrics!

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  87. oo boy, maybe pillows, maybe a bag, maybe a cute dress for my little girl? so many options!!!

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  88. I would for sure make a oversized bag and a matching clutch!! Love this fabric and the book looks amazing! jrae_228(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  89. I liked you on facebook too! jrae_228(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  90. I would love to make a bag!

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  91. I think I'd make skirts for two of my girls. Love those fabrics!

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  92. I'm just getting into quilting. I think I would like to make a couple of cute quilted pillows out of the lovely fabric you are giving away!

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  93. Cute fabric! I'd probably make bags. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  94. I'm following your blog via Google Reader :).

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  95. From the fabric, I think I would do a pillow or two. Maybe a cathedral window pillow?!

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  96. I would do a bag, I really love those fabrics. Thanks for the chance!

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  97. I would make some bags from this beautiful fabric

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  98. I will make a skirt for myself :D

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  99. I follow in GFC. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  100. I'd make a quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  101. If I win this fabric I think it would make a great tote bag.

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  102. I LOVE this giveaway! Thank you! I would use the fabric for quilt backs since it is so lovely or maybe a baby dress.

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  103. Oooh! I would make a bag! Her fabrics are always perfect for bags.

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  104. I love to patchwork together everything! And I don't have that book yet.... hmmm.... weird...

    Anyway I would make a very pretty toy hammock, or a laundry bag out of the fabric. :)

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  105. I think I would make a nice big duffle/travel sized bag for when hubby and I go away for the weekend. It's great having kids that can take care of the house and cat while we're gone, lol!

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  106. I desperately need a new purse, so that's what i would make! thanks for the giveaway!

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  107. I "like" on Facebook! thanks!

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  108. My favorite Amy Butler print!!! I don't know what I'd make, it might make its way into my hoarding it because I'm too chicken to cut into it stack! Or, a bag. :)

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  109. I added your blog to my reader. Thank you!

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  110. What a great giveaway! I have a backlog of fun bag and pouch patterns, so I'd probably use the fabric to try out some of those.

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  111. I think I would make a cute dress or skirt for my girls.

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  112. Those fabrics would make great bags.

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  113. I honestly have no idea what I would make with the fabric, but it would be fabulous :) I've been dying to get my hands on that book!

    Limor477 at aol dot com

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  114. These patterns would look great as pillows on our new furniture! And with 2 yards I think I could find something else too ;)

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  115. I'd probably make some cute box bags!

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  116. I would make a dress for my daughter

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  117. I would make a skirt for myself or for my daughter. I love Amy Buttler fabric! Thank you for the opportunity!

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  118. Thank you Pam for a great give away! I would absolutely pick one project from that book! I would love to win a quilting book! x Teje

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  119. I start making tilda dools so from your fabric I will make clothes to them

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  120. I would make a couple throw pillows for my couch.

    carolinebock1 at yahoo dot com

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  121. Two yards would work for a bag and a start for a quilt!

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  122. As a quilter, I'd make some sort of quilt.

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  123. Hello! I would make a bag and probably some small clutches with the fabric. thanks for the chance!

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  124. I would pribably use the fabric for clothes for my daughter :) I have had my eye on this book, though, and it looks great!!

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  125. blog follower

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  126. FB fan- Desiree Glaze

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  127. I love making bags from amy butler fabric.

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  128. I would make coordinating skirts for me and my daughter!

    Jenna
    callherhappy.com

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  129. I think I'd use them to make pillows or a bag! Thanks for sharing!!

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  130. I think I'd like a little clutch made from the peacock feathers. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  131. A Bag. Only for ME ME ME !!!
    Or maybe for my sister ?? ;)
    Have a nice christmas time...

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  132. I would like to make a bag.

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  133. I would make a top for me from the Peacock print and let my daughters choose something from the other print (probably a Oliver and S Ice Cream Social top)

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  134. I'd love to make a purse or bag with the fabric if I won. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  135. I already follow your blog via email subscription!

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  136. I would love to make placemats with the peacock fabric!

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  137. Definitely a lap quilt. Thanks for the opportunity on a great draw.
    bonnielarson58(at)gmail(dot)com

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  138. Bags look great in AB fabric, so that's probably what I'd make.

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  139. I think you know I follow you ;0)

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