Monday, 3 December 2012

It's Time For...Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day!

Yes, it's that wonderful time of year again -- Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day. For those who haven't been here before, welcome! I hope you take a moment to look around and visit again.

I started a Supernova quilt this weekend with these fabulous red and turquoise colours so I thought I'd share some of them with one of you. A set of four fat quarters for one lucky winner!

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Red and turquoise fat quarters
So how can you win? This giveaway is open to everyone and all you have to do is leave a comment telling me what you might do with these fat quarters. Followers or new followers get a bonus entry -- just leave me a comment letting me know that you follow.

This giveaway will be open until December 7th at 5 p.m. PST, at which point I will pick a winner via random number generator. No reply bloggers, please leave an email address so I can contact you otherwise I'll have to choose someone else.

I probably won't be able to respond to all the comments, but I'm certainly looking forward to reading them. Thanks for entering and good luck!

For more fun giveaways, visit the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway page.


374 comments:

  1. I am thinking these fabrics will make a cute purse. Have a great day.

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  2. I'd use them to make a wallhanging!

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  3. Thank you so much for sharing those bueaties! I haven't made yet granny quilt and those would be just perfect for that! x Teje

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  4. Well, I dont think I am quite brave enough to try a "Swoon"...but could certainly create a very pretty little quilt using these!
    Thanks!

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  5. I would love to make pillows!

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  6. I use a lot if red and aqua in my Christmas decor; I really want some holiday bunting!

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  7. I'm a follower; thanks for the chance!

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  8. Pillow backing!! wonderful colors! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  9. maybe a baby quilt? thanks for the chance!

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  10. and I'm a follower, way over here in rainy Winnipeg!

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  11. AND...
    My guest room is gonna be turquoise and different accents through the seasons. This would be a useful start to the lap quilt on the end of the bed!!!

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  12. I think I would make some fun zippered pouches with these FQs - thanks for the chance to win!

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  13. I am a happy follower of your blog.

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  14. I would probably use these to bump up my stash. I am lacking in red, A LOT! And I know that will be one I will need for my do.Good group. Thanks for the giveaway M-R!

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  15. I am a happy follower! And thank you so much for listing me on your favorites! I think that's a first for my little blog. :)

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  16. These would go straight into a zig zag quilt, love the colours

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  17. I'm just starting to make zippered pouches. Those would make a fabulous pouch.

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  18. I'd use the red/blue to make myself a quilted travel bag. I'm really starting to dig this color combination!

    Fawn

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  19. Beautiful!! A red and blue mini quilt for sure!

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  20. ooh this is such a popular combo - I think it would make a cute Christmas table runner, thanks!

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  21. My friend has asked me to make her daughter a quilt and gave me some red and white fabrics but they "need" something more, I think your bundle would help pull all her fabrics together.

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  22. I could use a sewing machine cover and I love red and aqua!

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  23. Oh fabulous colors M-R...I would probably use them is table runners.

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  24. I'm one of those old followers...lol Thanks

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  25. Sweet giveaway! I'm a follower in my google reader, I love your stuff (the recent sailboat was a particular fave!)

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  26. I'm a follower and those look like they'd go with my Kate Spain Christmas stash :)

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  27. Thanks for the giveaway! If I won, I think I'd use those intense reds in a medieval illuminated manuscript art quilt I'm currently designing!

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  28. Those would make a lovely spring purse/tote for me (which if I start it now, I might, just might, get it done in time for tulips in May!

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  29. I've started EPP lately so I'd use these for a new project I think. Thanks for the give away!

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  30. I need reds! And I always need turquoise too. I would stash them for now, use later for one of my in-progress projects.

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  31. I will make some fabric coasters

    Great prize

    Thank you :)

    violet_bg1(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  32. We need some new potholders!

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  33. Beautiful fabric! I'll probably add them to my stash for now. :)

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  34. I would mix them into my current scrappy quilt patterns. :)

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  35. I'm doing a scrappy quilt in these colours plus grey and pink. They'd really add to it!

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  36. I'd probably make a cute little dress for a baby or two :)

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  37. The reds would go for stash but the aquas might make a nice purse.

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  38. I bought a fat quarter bundle from Mad About Patchwork last spring with these same colors!! I would definitely make a lap quilt with the lot!! Thanks for the opportunity M-R!

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  39. I love this color combination! Bonnie Hunter has a new mystery quilt that I am wanting to join. These would be a great start!

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  40. I would use them to make some e reader covers!

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  41. I would make a cushion cover as these colours perfectly match the couch in our office. Thanks!

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  42. I would make bags out of them!

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  43. I really like this color combo. I would use them in a quilt.

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  44. Would make a skirt for my little one or a bag!

    Thanks for a chance to win this great giveaway!

    Julie

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  45. Am also a new follower of your blog...love the color combo of this giveaway!

    Thanks!
    Julie

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  46. maybe a new bag for me... hope to win.
    :)

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  47. Love those colours together! I think I'd make myself a bag.
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  48. fabulous colors!! I love this combo!! :)

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  49. and I am already a follower!

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  50. Love the colors! I'd make a quilt.

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  51. i would make a storage bag for my car :)

    jenna
    callherhappy.com

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  52. i'd use the reds as accent on a b&w table topper and a runner and the aqua for flower applique. thanx for the chance to do so.

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  53. i happily follow on my blog reader.

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  54. I would make a table topper for my kitchen table.

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  55. It would be fun to make a bag.

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  56. Pillows for our bedroom. Thank you!

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  57. Either to use in a quilt or some Christmas related items. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  58. Maybe a skirt for my little daughter ? Or a pillow ?
    Have a nice christmas time...

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  59. I'm trying to put together a nice rainbow spectrum for a quilt for my youngest.

    limor477 at aol dot com

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  60. These pretty fabrics would make great pillows...thanks for the chance!

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  61. Pretty pretties! I think those colours would make a great base for a bright baby quilt.

    Thank you for the lovely giveaway. I had so much fun finding new blogs at the last SMS giveaway day.

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  62. I think that this with some white would make some mighty adorable snowmen. :)

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  63. I think I'd make a couple of Buttercup Bags by Made by Rae

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  64. gorgeous fabrics, some of the reds might need to be kept for valentines round robin

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  65. Ohhh! Supernova! I can hardly wait to see it M-R! It will be so gorgeous in these colours too. I have no idea what I'd make with the fabric, but it would probably be a quilt! Thanks for the fantastic giveaway!

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  66. You know I follow your rebel ways!

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  67. I would love to make some pillows with these fabrics.
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  68. I love the colors! I would make a journal cover and a zipped pouch! Thanks for this giveaway!

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  69. I would add that gorgeous stack of FQs to my stash for future use. I seem to be making a lot of quilts lately so maybe mix it with Brrr!

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  70. I see these fabrics in a table runner... pretty and colourful... would look fantastic to brighten my kitchen!!

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  71. I follow you via Google Reader - thanks for an extra chance!!!

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  72. I this these fabrics would make a fabulous table runner! And these are some of my favorite colors! :) Thanks for a chance to win! :)

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  73. I'm already a follower via gfc! :)

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  74. I think I'd make some drawstring totes or some other little zip pouches.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  75. I follow you via google reader.

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  76. Oh.. I would add this to my brights flying geese quilt that I will make . . . someday.

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  77. I'd love to mix them into a quilt.

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  78. I love to make scrappy lap quilts so I would combine them with things from my stash and make a red and turquoise one. I think I'd also add some pale grey or white.

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  79. I would use these in a scrappy quilt too!

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  80. I would use them in a couple of scrappy quilts I have ongoing. Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.

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  81. I love turquoises! Thank you!
    I´m thinking on some envelope-shaped simple purses as Xmas gifts, I would get some of them with this fabric...

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  82. Oh I'm a new fan of aqua and red! I think they'd make for a great cushion!

    Thanks for the giveaway M-R!

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  83. those FQ's are great! i think i would use them to make a couple of bags!

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  84. quilting! and a pillow to match!

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  85. A few fun throw pillows for our sofa.

    carolinebock1 at yahoo dot com

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  86. I'd use them in a quilt - my fav color combo!!!

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  87. I think those would make great mug rugs, in the "Miss your kiss" pattern from 99 Modern Blocks.

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  88. A wall hanging would be so pretty in these colors. I'm a new follower. Thanks Nancy James

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  89. A beautiful hour glass quilt :D
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  90. I've been looking for these colors to make xmas stockings out of.

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  91. I'm thinking either a tote bag or some pillows!

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  92. A bag or a pouch. Or I'd add some more and make a baby quilt. Nice combination.

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  93. They would be awesome in pillows for the sofa.

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  94. I'd add those to my collection of red and aqua for my eventual red and aqua swoon quilt.

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  95. These would make a very pretty Yellow Brick Road

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  96. I'm thinking baby quilt! (I'm due with #2 in January!)

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  97. I second the commenter who said Christmas stocking. That's a great idea for these -- thanks for the giveaway!

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  98. Beautiful fabrics. I'm thinking some little pouches or kindle covers.

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  99. oh these would go right into my stash to be used in an upcoming project!

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  100. These would look lovely as a new bag.

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  101. Love those fabrics! they match my bedroom and would surely go into a pillow case!

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  102. I'd make a lap quilt for my mother in law--her favourite colours! Thanks for the chance to win M-R!

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  103. I would make some purses. Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  104. I'm a follower
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  105. I can see a mini quilt being made

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  106. I'd make some zippered pouches!

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  107. I am seriously crushing on the Red and Aqua colour combination. I think these would be great for the make over I am going to give my daughters room when she gets the big girl bed.

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  108. I would make a doll quilt or some potholders.

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  109. blog follower

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  110. I'd use these in a Christmas quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  111. These colors would go great in my hexie quilt

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  112. They are beautiful...I wonder if they would match my little bit of Ruby or Vintage modern...I have a charm pack or two and eventually want to make something. I could add these to them.

    Thanks for a chance to win.

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  113. This is actually my favorite color combination at the moment, so they'd go into the red/aqua quilt I'm working on! Thanks so much for participating in Giveaway Day!

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  114. I would love to use these for my first bag. Great giveaway! Thanks!
    ali.dellea(at) gmail (dot) com

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  115. I love this fabric, the colours are lovely. I would make a bag...for spring!

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  116. Ohhh I'm collecting red fabric to make an 'orange soda' quilt (not in orange obviously!!) and the aqua would be added to stash for another great project :)

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  117. Tea Towels and Mug Rugs!

    sowingstitches [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  118. I love the aqua and I would use that in a quilt, the red unsure as of yet??

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  119. I making some mug rugs and thses would work nicely!
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  120. I think they would become placemats at my house

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  121. Ummm! I think a purse would be cool in these colors!

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  122. Does adding them to my stash count? I am really trying to build my stash right now, and those fat quarters would be a great addition. By the way, the quilt in your header is GORGEOUS!

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  123. I'd put them in my scrap HST quilt

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  124. A quilt of some kind; I haven't tried the aqua/red combo yet!
    annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  125. I need a case for my kindle so would probably put them towards that.

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  126. I am wanting a new threadcatcher, and this matches the fabrics I am using on my (future) new sewing machine cover!
    xoxo melzie4boyz@aol.com

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  127. and I follow you on google reader :)
    xoxo melzie4boyz@aol.com

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  128. It may be the season affecting me but I can see a beautiful Christmas quilt in my head with those fabrics. And some stitchery! Oh yes, white fabric with red and blue stitchery!!!!! My mind is purring now. thanks for the chance.

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  129. I'm back, new follower here! Thank for the chance.

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  130. Those yummy fabrics say "kitchen" to me. I would make an apron with matching potholders!

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  131. they would be perfect to incorporate in a quilt I'm collecting fabric for, for my son.

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  132. How about an advent calender? I like aqua for christmas.

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  133. Heather in Montreal (hmcclure@sympatico.ca)4 December 2012 at 14:17

    I am not sure what I will do with them, though I love that supernova block and I am thinking I might have to make one of those some day soon. I don't mind fussy!

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  134. I think they would end up in a quilt.

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  135. So pretty! I would probably include them in a patchwork quilt!

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  136. Love the color combos. I'd use the fabrics in some zip purses. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  137. I would probably use them for AG doll clothes.
    mframe00@gmail.com

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  138. GFC blog follower- mframe00
    mframe00@gmail.com

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  139. I need more little bags or a nice clutch... and these fabrics would be perfect for such projects! :) Love the colours as well as the pattern :)

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  140. I would probably make some cute pouches.
    Thanks for such a great giveaway.
    Erin
    emstone28@gmail.com

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  141. I will make clothes to my tilda toy with I making for christmas gift

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  142. I think I would do a tote bag! Thank ou for the chance to win

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  143. Dresden ruler + those gorgeous fabrics = mini quilt!

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  144. HI OH SWEET FABRICS! I'D ADD WHITE SOLIDS TO THEM AND MAKE A NEW QUILT!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yaho.com

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  145. HAPPY FOLLOWING YOU VIA GFC!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  146. I am making a bunch of pillows in aqua and red, this would make nice ones!

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  147. These look like quite Christmasy colours so I would use them to make a fabric wreath as I'm yet to make one yet this year.

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  148. I'm into pillows lately since they are so easy to change up. Thanks for the chance.

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  149. I'm a new follower and looking forward to reading your posts. Thanks for the chance.

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  150. I'd love to make some new pillow covers with those pretties. Thanks!

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  151. Oh those are gorgeous! So nice to see a fellow quilter from Canada! I'd throw in some more red's and aqua's and some white and make a quilt if I won! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  152. They are lovely. I'd use some for the tote and make-up pouch I'm planning as a gift to my Mum, and stash the rest, to be used in a future quilt.

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  153. I'm thinking lounge pants for my kids!

    harper651 [at] gmail

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  154. This would make a cute tote! Thanks!

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  155. I love these colors! I've been wanting to work with that color combination since I first saw it and am starting to use it in quilts. I'd like to do a baby quilt just in red and aqua.

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  156. These would make great sewing covers and accessories.

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  157. I love red and aqua! They're our Christmas colors - so if I got them in time, I'd make some fun Christmas decor :) Maybe pillows?

    starsandsunshineblog at gmail dot com

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  158. Those would look nice in a new Christmas tree skirt!

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  159. Gorgeous fabrics! I've been wanting to make myself a traditional style log cabin quilt, with red squares in the centre, and those reds would be perfect for that. The rest would probably make their way into my stash for a little while though I'd have to cut some strips off to get worked into the log cabins.

    (clumsy.chord(at)gmail.com)

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  160. These are great - I'm just about to start a star sampler and I think these might make way into it!

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