Aqua and Grey Goodness Giveaway

When Pam from Mad About Patchwork asked me to put together a curated bundle of fat quarters from her fabulous selection, two colourway ideas, which I've been hoping to work with, immediately came to mind -- one was purple/lime/grey and one was aqua/grey/white. The purple/lime/grey fabrics I found worked really well together, but my heart sang at the sight of the aqua/grey white goodness! I have an elephant-themed modern baby quilt in mind for these beauties.


This bundle includes:
  • Nordika Stellar in Moonlight
  • Remix Ovals in Grey 
  • Pearl Bracelet in Glacier 
  • Square Elements in Shadow 
  • Pearl Bracelet in Hi Ho Silver 
  • Remix Ovals in Aqua 
  • Sketch in Aqua 
  • Domino Dot in Lagoon 
Mad About PatchworkYou can order this curated Quilt Matters bundle from Mad About Patchwork directly. You also could win a set of these beauties!

For your chance to win, simply leave a comment on this post -- tell me what you might do with it (I won't hold you to it; I just love hearing people's ideas). Followers of my blog get a bonus entry -- just leave a comment letting me know how you follow. Followers of Pam's Mad About Patchwork blog get another bonus entry -- just leave a comment.

Giveaway will be open until Monday, October 21st at 9 p.m. EST. I'll pick a winner via random number generator, email them and announce the winner on Tuesday, October 22nd. So that means no-reply bloggers must leave an email address or I'll need to pick someone else.

Not sure if you are a no-reply blogger? Check out this post. Also, if you've commented on one of my posts (other than a giveaway) and have not received a reply, then you are likely a no-reply blogger.

Good luck!

247 comments:

  1. Love the gray and aqua. I would make a baby quilt for a new little family member who will be here in January! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  2. This looks like it would make some fun kitchen stuff. Pot holders, tea towels, etc... Thanks for the giveaway!

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  3. This would be a perfect gender neutral baby quilt!

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  4. I would probably add a touch of red and make an improvisational lap-size quilt (maybe with the slab tecnhique). I would keep the reds to a minimum (just for a pop of colour) and just add more of similar yummy grays and aquas

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  5. I follow you. Let me count the ways: on bloglovin, on blogger, as one of "my favourite blogs" on my blog, on Facebook...

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  6. I think those colors would make a great bag or a quilt.

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  7. Oh, and I follow Mad about Patchwork too - on blogger and via my favourites list on my blog. I just added her, but I have been following her for a while!

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  8. Oh how awesome! I actually have two gender non-specific baby quilts to make and these would sew up wonderfully.

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  9. Im a follower of your blog, on my blog on my follwer list.
    Beautiful collection of fabric. New color mix for me, but I need to get out of my comfort zone, so I would stick to theese coclors. My be a child quilt?

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  10. Good job on the mix. Love it.

    I would make a split nine patch lap quilt adding oranges to the mix. It's funny how quickly inspiration comes when looking at a stack of fabric :)

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  11. I think it would look awesome in a table runner for my dining room.

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  12. I've been wanting ot do a baby quilt in aqua, grey and oranges

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  13. I've got a new grandchild coming in the new year, and this bundle looks perfect for the job. Can't wait to see your elephant quilt - sounds cute, and obviously great fabric!

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  14. I have a new granddaughter and these are the colors in her nursery. It is meant to be.

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  15. These fabrics would be perfect for a modern looking table runner!

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  16. I follow you with feedly and blog lovin.

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  17. Ooo - love this! I would make a quilt for my nephew - it is good boy colours!

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  18. Ohhh looooovvvvvvvve! I've been hoarding greys and aquas for a while to make myself a special quilt. This bundle would to be added to the pile! I'm thinking maybe a storm at sea quilt, once I have enough fabric :-)

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  19. I follow Mad about patchwork through feedly too

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  20. I follow Mad About Patchwork on Bloglovin!

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  21. I'm in! :)
    I need a few fat quarters to make a Swoon quilt :)
    yeyioasis@yahoo.com.ar

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  22. I follow you on Bloglovin!
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  23. I follow Mad about patchwork on bloglovin!
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  24. I just saw a quilt in "Quilty" magazine. I think it was waterfalls(?) but it had a gradient look. I'd make that! Love the colours!

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  25. I'd put that stack to good use making stuffed toys for the Fluff Project (as part of my FY14 Charity Sewing Challenge). I'd probably use a bit for mermaids. Those colors/patterns would work great for the mermaid pattern I like to sew.

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  26. I also follow Mad About Patchwork on Bloglovin'

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  27. I would make a quilt from those beauties. Maybe add a few aquas and grays from my stash and create a scrappy creation. Great color choice!

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  28. I totally love those colours together - yum! I think a wonky rectangle quilt would be nice!

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  29. Yay I already follow Pam's blog. Been to her house to buy fabric too!!!

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  30. I follow your blog with Bloglovin'....

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  31. I also follow Mad About Patchwork with Bloglovin'....

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  32. I, too, would love to make a baby quilt in the aqua/gray/white colourway (sans elephant)<3

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  33. I love these! I am working on a Scrappy Trip that's gray, aqua and purple, so these would be a good addition to that project. :)

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  34. Loving your bundle! I'll hoard it!!;D

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  35. I think I'd make some coasters for Christmas gifts! Thanks!

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  36. I follow you with Bloglovin! Thanks!

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  37. Am following Pam's blog too!

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  38. I now follow Mad About Patchwork with Bloglovin. Thanks!

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  39. a baby quilt? a grad quilt for one of the teenagers in my life? thanks for the chance.

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  40. and I follow Pam the same way. (I still miss Google reader.)

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  41. I think I'd try a cute wall hanging. Hoping I'm the lucky one...LOL

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  42. And I follow you via Blogger!

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  43. I would hoard this bundle for a while then probably make myself a lap quilt. It is just gorgeous. Thanks.

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  44. Hello from Nova Scotia! I follow you happily on BlogLovin and GFC.

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  45. I love Mad about Patchwork. I have been following since I shopped at their booth in Halifax at Quilt Canada in 2012.

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  46. love the colors you choose, i do love anything with grey lol

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  47. i follow Mad about Patchwork on bloglovin

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  48. This would make an adorable quilt for a little boy :)

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  49. Lovely stack! Would make a fantastic wintery wonky stars quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  50. HAPPY TO FOLLOW YOU >BLOG LOVIN'

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  51. HELLO, I THINK I'D LIKE TO START A NEW QUILT FOR OUR BED>FUN FUN!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  52. I would use this wonderful fabric to make a diaper bag for my sister who is due the day before Christmas! Love the colors!
    Thanks for the chance, Jessica
    juceyj03@gmail.com

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  53. I follow your blog via bloglovin!
    Thanks again, Jessica
    juceyj03@gmail.com

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  54. I follow Pam's blog via bloglovin as well!
    *Jessica
    juceyj03@gmail.com

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  55. Great combination of colours! Would love to make something for my boys, either a quilt or maybe a car organizer thingie for toys & trash... Last one it not directly for my boys, but partly for my sanity as well...

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  56. I would like to try the plus block with a light background. The aqua and grey fabrics would certainly pop! So many blocks, so little time! Thanks for the chance.

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  57. I follow Mad About Patchwork on Bloglovin

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  58. Love the Aqua/Gray combo!! Will add to it & for a Throw...for special /Christmas Surprise.... shhhh.... :)

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  59. I would make some wonky stars wall hanging or Hexadaisy PP pattern I bought while ago, lol.

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  60. I'm happy follower via bloglovin ;-)

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  61. I Follow Mad About Patchwork (& your Blog too....) thru Bloglovin' :)

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  62. I follow Mad About Patchwork on bloglovin.
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  63. I follow you on bloglovin.
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  64. I would add the fabrics to a scrappy quilt.
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  65. Love the soothing color combo! I'd like to make a purse with that great fabric! Thanks so much!

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  66. I'm a follower via Google Friend connect.

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  67. For some reason the colours remind me of winter air. I'd use a lot of white and quilt it up with snowflakes. I'd use the fat quarters to create some random crystals cascading down the quilt.

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  68. I follow Pam's blog Mad About Patchwork as well

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  69. What a fabulous bundle! I'm working on a quilted growth chart right now, using those exact colors! Maybe I could make a matching quilt to go with it? I'm in the mood for a puff quilt.

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  70. I would love to make a quilt or table runner out of this.

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  71. Aqua is my favorite color for fabrics right now! And I love how it pops against the gray prints! I'd love to make a quilt with these fabrics!

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  72. I love the colours - I'd make a baby quilt!

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  73. I've been in the mood to make a simple HST quilt or just basic patchwork squares. I think these would be a great relaxing simple quilt.

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  74. I think I'd make some holiday decorations - maybe ornaments for the tree, or stockings. I'm not a fan of red and green, so I use other colors.

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  75. My sister and my husband's sister are both having babies in April. I've got some baby quilts on the agenda!

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  76. Oh M-R....you know I'd put it in a quilt of some size...lol

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  77. I am a long time follower of your blog

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  78. This is my favourite colour scheme at the moment! Gorgeous bundle M-R! I'd love to see it put into a quilt - maybe with a white solid :)

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  79. I'm planning to make some pillowcases...so maybe aqua for me and gray for my husband? Thanks!

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  80. I'm not sure exactly what I'd make, but I do know who it would be for. That colourway is right up my mom's alley. And funnily enough, eggplant/lime/grey is the colour scheme I'm planning for my bed quilt.

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  81. I'm a feedly follower of you

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  82. and now I follow the Mad About Patchwork blog too

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  83. What a nice bundle!!! I would make fabric baskets and a few mug rugs! Thanks for this nice giveaway!!

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  84. This fabric bundle would make amazing kitchen accessories for my house! The colours are perfect. Thank you so much.

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  85. I follow you with Bloglovin'.

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  86. And I also follow Pam with Bloglovin'! :-)

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  87. This is such a pretty palette... I would love to make a bed runner and matching pillow covers for my bedroom. Thanks for the chance!!

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  88. I follow your blog via Bloglovin' - thanks for another chance to win this gorgeous fabric bundle!!

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  89. I am now following Mad About Patchwork blog via Bloglovin' too! Thanks for another chance!!!

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  90. I follow your blog via Bloglovin.

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  91. I love the pallete! Thank you so much for the chance. I would design a quilt around this palette, something that reminds of the Mediterranean.

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  92. Love the fabrics - I'd make a quilt for my niece - the colors are perfect for her new decorating scheme. Thanks.

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  93. I'm a follower with Bloglovin'. Thanks again.

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  94. I'm following Mad about Patchwork with Bloglovin' too. Thanks.

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  95. I would love to make a HST quilt with these! Just lots and lots of them all over the place:)

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  96. These colors look so nice together! I think they would be great for making a throw quilt for my grandson. He loves sitting & watching TV with a blanket thrown over him. This would make a great one for him!

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  97. I'm one of your followers via Bloglovin'.

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  98. I am also a follower of Pam's Mad About Patchwork blog.

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  99. I would probably make a skirt for my daughter and her American Girl doll.

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  100. I'm a following that's for sure. You may post that Canada song again! LOL

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  101. And this has got to be a favourite colour combo. I luv aqua! Hmm, maybe a lap quilt is gonna happen!

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  102. LOVE that colour combo!

    I would totally make a baby quilt out of it too!

    debbie.debaeremaeker at gmail dot com

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  103. I've been asked to make some quilted casserole totes for a friend. These would be perfect colors for that!

    sewystuff at gmail

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  104. I am following Mad About Patchwork via bloglovin'

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  105. oops, I follow you by scrolling my blogger blog roll. I did join Feedly but I have always just scrolled the dashboard and I thought I wouldn't be able to do that anymore but I can.

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  106. What a lovely bundle! I love this soothing color combination. I would make some pillows with this. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  107. I follow your inspiring blog via Bloglovin.

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  108. OMG; those colors are the bomb! I would make a table cloth for my Sister. She's been "auditioning" a teal/aqua color theme for her kitchen for years. This may entice her to decide and finish her painting.

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  109. I just signed up to follow you thru Bloglovin!

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  110. Gostaria de uma pequena colcha para meu marido,assiste muitos filmes ...Faz bagunça na sala rsrsrs.Obrigada por oferta.
    tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  111. I would use them in quilts... such beautiful colors!

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  112. Lovely fabrics and colors. I am making baby quits right now and this would make a wonderful gender neutral palette. Thanks for the chance to win ... :) Pat

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  113. I am a happy new follower on blogger ... :) Pat

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  114. I follow Mad About Patchwork, too, via bloglovin' ... :) Pat

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  115. Love this bundle too, M-R! I have no idea what I'd make with it yet, but I would find something! Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  116. I follow you on Feedly! Thanks

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  117. I don't know what I'd do with the fabric, but it is so beautiful! I might have to sit it next to my computer and be inspired by it for awhile!

    tstanulis@mac.com

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  118. I follow Quilt Matters in my RSS reader.

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  119. I follow your blog!

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  120. I started following Mad About Patchwork's blog.

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  121. Baby Quilt for sure! I have a ton of friends with new babies or new babies to be!

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  122. Love, love, love those colors. I follow you on bloglovin'.

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  123. I'd definitely use it to start a fabulous quilt. Thanks!

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  124. My bedroom is now painted a soft gray--I have been thinking of color combinations for a new quilt for my bed and I love your choices.

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  125. I follow this blog with Feedly.

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  126. Love the colors! Would either make a baby quilt out of them or perhaps bags.. :D

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  127. A gift for my sister. This collection is perfect for her master bedroom.

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  128. I love the colors, I´ll make a cute tote bag for everydays.

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  129. I am collecting fabric for a grey, aqua and coral quilt for my daughter. She picked the colors and she wants triangle blocks. I'm still trying to decide on the pattern, but I bought a big 12" triangle ruler, so I'm sure this one will get started soon. Your pretty bundle would fit right in.

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  130. And I'm a happy blog follower!

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  131. Just now also following Mad About Patchwork with Bloglovin.

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  132. I'm collecting fabrics for a red/grey/aqua stars and daisies quilt for a great niece, these would be perfect for it. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  133. I am following Mad About Patchwork via Bloglovin'.

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  134. I'll probably gaze at it fondly for few months. Then put it in with my stash for a while. Then get it out again. And then make a quilt after adding some orange fabric to it!

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  135. With all the gals at work getting pregnant I would make a baby quilt love this fabric

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  136. What a gorgeous color selection! I would definitely make a quilt :D
    (shoriameshiko@gmail.com)

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  137. My second grandbaby is due around Christmas. These fabrics are perfect!
    contentncm at yahoo dot com

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  138. I follow thru bloglovin
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  139. I follow the mad about patchwork blog! I love the aquas, but never thought about putting them with grey. My favourite combo is aqua and red. I have collected lots of aquas and ordered some Riley Blake aquas/reds to make a quilt to keep for myself!

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  140. Love these colors and my granddaughter is due for a new quilt to cuddle with!!! I follow you on bloglovin, and facebook through The Sassy Quilter. Thank you for an opportunity to win in your give away!!

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  141. It would be a baby quilt! gorgeous!

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  142. Difficult question but I do need a new kitchen set (mitts. pot-holders, apron, etc.)!

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  143. I am in the process of redoing a bedroom and these colors would work wonderfully with the redo. I would make some throw pillows for the bed. Not sure of the design, but there is lots of inspiration on the internet. Thank you for the chance.

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  144. Love the aqua/grey. It seems to be my new "go to color". Seems to be all I am buying in clothes. I need this, maybe for baby quilt, wall hanging, lap quilt.......

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  145. I have three close friends who are all having babies in the next two months...all I can see are baby quilts these days, especially in those beautiful boy colors!

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  146. I follow your blog! Love reading it!

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  147. I think a baby quilt is in order in a brick pattern! Love those fabrics and colors!

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  148. this is gorgeous - i know a little boy who's due in January... this would make a great gift for him.

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  149. I've had a hankering to cover a bench or a stool or a chair. Maybe those would inspire me :)

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  150. Perfect colors for a baby quilt, which I always have a list of going on!

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  151. This is a gorgeous bundle! I'm thinking asterisks or pinwheels...

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  152. Something winter themed in design using these beauties... can't decide if it would be best as a wall hanging, a pillow or a runner.

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  153. I think I would paper piece some stars with it. Thanks for sharing

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  154. I follow via bloglovin and love reading your blog

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  155. I am a follower of mad about patchwork via bloglovin

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  156. I found you through The Sassy Quilter, and have added you to my bloglovin list. I can see a quilted tote purse using these colors!

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  157. My sister just got a new apartment and needs a quilt of course. I don't have a pattern in mind yet but I have been looking at these two colors for a while. They are totaly her style. Perhaps a Carpenters Star??

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  158. I think with that lovely combo I would make a pillow for my quiet times :)

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  159. Technically I follow Pam by email but it never seems to work, so I follow her by Bloglovin' (weren't you going to add email for me? :))

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  160. I love that square elements fabric!!!!

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  161. I'm a bloglovin follower :) i think you should give it to your bestie Down Under :P

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  162. These colors are perfect for my guest room. I don't know what pattern I'd use, but a quilt for the rocker in the corner of the room would be great.

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  163. I just started following you on Bloglovin'

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