Monday, 3 December 2012

Giveaway Day! (Comments Closed)

I am so excited to be participating in Giveaway Day through Sew Mama Sew.  There are tons of wonderful people simply giving away wonderful items and handmades as well as fabrics, notions and even books related to sewing!

If you have never visited my blog before, I am fairly new and really excited about blogging.  I love crafting, sewing, quilting, gardening, cooking and raising my two rambunctious little girls.  Take a look around, and comment if you will!

And now for the giveaway!  Yay!  4 cuts of fabric and the book Bend the Rules with fabric by Amy Karol. 

 
 
 
 
You may notice a little Heather Ross in there (cut selvedge to selvedge about 8 in. wide)
 
Kaffe Fassett (Brokade Floral) cut selvedge to selvedge 12 in. wide
 
Alexander Henry (angel cakes) just in time for Christmas.  About 23 in. wide
 
Patty Reed (Charms).  About 23 in. wide.
 
 
(My favorite)
 
So to enter all you need is to make a simple comment about something you may make with one of these fabrics.  For a second chance to win simply become a follower of my blog and let me know in the comments that you have done so!
 
I am willing to send internationally.  I'll close comments on 12/7 and a winner will be announced on 12/9. 
Good luck and check out some of the other giveaways.  www.sewmamasew.com/blog

221 comments:

  1. I'd love to put those seahorses in a pillow for my daughter!!

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  2. A Christmas gift bag, a tote bag for my girl, and the others just for stash. :)

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  3. Those seahorses would be wonderful in some hexies!!

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  4. great fabrics! i think i'd make some headscarves.

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  5. A tote bag or head bands!
    sshuttrbugg at aol dot com

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  6. I think some patchwork borders from these would look great on some kitchen towels!

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  7. i'd like to work that adorable christmas fabric into two stockings for my daughters. (pieced with some other fabrics.) thanks so much!

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  8. I would make a zipper pouch out of the mendocino. Those bees would be a super cute mug rug or placemat for summer!

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  9. The Heather Ross. I think there's just enough to make a skirt for my daughter!

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  10. I will be making gift bags and purses for my daughters.

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  11. seahorses are a must for me, they're destined for a super special bag for me!

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  12. I think I'll make shopping totes and pouches for gifts.

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  13. I call my daughter honey bee, so the bee fabric would be destined as something for her.

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  14. Zippered pouches and an apron for my niece with the angel cakes. Thanks!

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  15. Pillowcases or a bag. Thanks for a chance to win your fun giveaway!
    Julie

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  16. I would use some for EPP. maybe a bag or something similar.

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  17. small pencil pouches for my little brother and nieces :)

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  18. a bag for in my car

    jenna
    callherhappy.com

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  19. The bees are cool ! Maybe a dress for my girl ?
    Have a nice christmas time...

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  20. Most if not all of them would get incorporated into a quilt for my youngest.

    limor477 at aol dot com

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  21. The yellow bee print would be great in a sun hat

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  22. A tote bag and/or potholders.

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  23. I love the bees and I would use it for a baby quilt!

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  24. I'm currently obsessed with English Paper piecing. A cushion maybe.

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  25. I could use the kaffe fasset in the quilt I am making right now! Lovely!!!

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  26. I would love to make some new skirts for my daughters, and these fun fabrics would be great!

    Jennifer
    jennifereladd at yahoo dot com

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  27. What a great giveaway! I've been hoarding my Mendocino fabric, mostly, but if I were to win, I think I'd turn that piece of it into a little pouch, maybe even a frame purse if I could talk myself into trying them out!

    (clumsy.chord(at)gmail.com)

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  28. I would make baby shoes or clothes!

    kaloskraft@gmail.com

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  29. I would use them in a couple of scrap quilts I have in the works. Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.

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  30. Ooh, the Heather Ross seahorses from Mendocino Mermaids would go into a quilt of other Mendocino Mermaid fabrics - so pretty!

    Thanks for the opportunity to win this!

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  31. i would pair these fabrics with some from my stash, and make a baby blanket for a new baby who is due this spring!

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  32. I'd make a quilt.

    carolinebock1 at yahoo dot com

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  33. Oh oh! The beeeeees! I'd make my bee-keeping gal pal a notebook cover, or kindle case (Or whatever gadget she has)

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  34. I think the fabrics will look perfect for a girl skirt.

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  35. I have been making so many zippy pouches for Christmas, that is all I really see... maybe some patchwork purses too?

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  36. I would love to make a pillow!

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  37. I've been collecting stuff for an I Spy quilt--though I think I actually want to make a "memory" quilt instead. And these would be wonderful!

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  38. I would make these the featured fabric in a zippered pouch - just gorgeous! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  39. I would fussy cut the seahorses for a fancy rainbow log cabin---too cute!!

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  40. They'd be perfect for headbands!

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  41. My daughter is a beekeeper - I would love to make her a tote with that fabric! And the seahorses I would keep for myself!
    beth(dot)sebastian(at)gmail(dot)com

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  42. I will make a skirt for my daughter.

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  43. These fabrics would go great in my hexie quilt

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  44. I think I'd have to cut out the characters of the Christmas fabric and applique them to something. Maybe a stocking or table runner? The girl is so cute! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  45. I would make something for my baby nephew with the bumble bee fabric.

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  46. I would probably pair them with other fabrics and make some quilted coasters

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  47. I used the bug fabric in a baby quilt for my friend earlier this fall. =) I would like to see that AmyButler in a little wristlet or handbag. =) Thank you.

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  48. I'd use them in a quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  49. Love these fabrics! I would definitely use the bee fabric to make gift bags for putting honey in! WE have a fabulous local honey producer and they make great last minute gifts!

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  50. I am making a quilt that several would go great in. Also, 3 of them would be perfect for an eye-spy quilt! Thanks for the chance!
    turtle tote bags (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  51. I've got a bundle of Joel Dewberry Notting Hill in Fuschia on it's way and the pink seahorses would look great with them. Thanks for the give away!

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  52. I mostly quilt, so they would go in a quilted project of some kind -- quilt, wallhanging, pillow, etc. They are really cute and I love those bees -- thanks!

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  53. Great fabrics! I think I'd use those bees to applique something on a baby grow :)

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  54. I love the dark pink. I would add to something and make a dress/skirt for my daughter.

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  55. I love the blue roses fabric. I mostly quilt, so I think I'd use it for a quilt project. Maybe a baby blanket for a friend :)

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  56. I'd make some zippered pouches

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  57. Mug Rug with the bees for my mom! She loves bees!

    sowingstitches [at] gmail [dot] com

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  58. I know a bee lover who would love a bag made out of that beautiful fabric.

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  59. Lovely fabrics, I am a huge Mendocino fan! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  60. I am a happy follower on GFC :)

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  61. I've been making pouches, thanks.

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  62. I would def add them into a quilt. They are so fun!

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  63. I want to make a coral reef themed quilt so would put the seahorses towards that.

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  64. I would make a scrappy quilt! I took a colour class at our local quilt shop....it was a year long journey through all the aspects of the colour wheel and we created a block every month based on what we learned that month. At the end, our homework was to run out through the quilt shop and pick up the first 40 fat quarters that caught our eye. What an amazing array of fabric we had, and each persons bundle spoke a lot about who that person was. It was amazing what a personality test that was. Anyway, our instructor taught us that fabrics don't have to "go together"...what catches our eye, what makes us smile, will make us smile in a scrappy quilt. So I would add these to some fabrics I've set aside that make me smile for my future scrappy quilt. These fabrics are just lovely.

    Thanks for the chance!

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  65. I'd probably add them to an outfit I'd make my daughter

    nieveamor@care2.com

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  66. I would make AG doll clothes for my daughters
    mframe00@gmail.com

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  67. I'd use the fabrics to make a zippy purse.

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

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  69. I want a bee snack bag for my daughter E B

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  70. Those bees would make great side panels on a pair of treasure pocket pants for my son. He loves bees and honey. Thanks! kristie_keely(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  71. I would love to make some cute pouches for myself.
    Thanks for such a great giveaway.
    Erin
    emstone28@gmail.com

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  72. The bees are so cute! I would use them to make little pouches :)

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  73. I would make doll clothes I think! Thank you

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  74. HAPPY TO BE A NEW FOLLOWER!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  75. HI! I'D ADD SOME SOLIDS AND MAKE A NEW QUILT!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  76. Oh i love the seahorses and use them for a nice pillow!

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  77. I see purses and parts for patchworked blankets & stuffed animals :)

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  78. I'd love to personalize a T-shirt for my daughter, those fabrics are gorgeous.

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  79. Zip pouches in these fabrics would be adorable! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  80. Love the pink seahorses. Will be making part of a quilt. Just lovely fabric.

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  81. These would be great in my scrappy quilt! Thanks!

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  82. I love the bumblebees! They need to be on a pillow.

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  83. I love the bees... they'd be great in a kids' quilt, or cute in a kitchen potholder.

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  84. I love those bees - they'd make such a cute pouch!

    starsandsunshineblog at gmail dot com

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  85. Rag Dolls!

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

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  86. I would use it in a cute little quilt for my granddaughter!

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  87. I make little pouches out of pretty much everything so that is a good guess as to how I might use the fabric.

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  88. I will make clothes to tilda doll

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  89. I'd like to make a little wallet for my sister out of the Heather Ross fabric!

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  90. I would make myself a coin purse out of the seahorse fabric so I could admire it every day :)

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  91. I would make something for my kitchen with the yellow fabric for sure!

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  92. I'd make a quilt. Thanks for such a generous giveaway!

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  93. I'm a new follower on Google Reader.

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  94. I would make a doll dress with the bees!

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  95. I would make a heat pad cover using the bees in particular

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  96. I have no idea what I would make with them. They would go into my stash until I found something I wanted to use them for.

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  97. dresses for my little girl and her cousin.. but I would stash up the Heather Ross for now.. I plan on making myself a beautiful quilt to snuggle under using Heather's gorgeous lines, but I need to get them all first! She's my absolute favorite designer! :)

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  98. I'd like to make some zipper pouches with the fabrics!

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  99. I would make some bright mug rugs for the spring with that beautiful fabrics.

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  100. I'm thinking a tote bag or two from these lovely fabrics you're offering.
    Thanks for the giveaway! adriprints(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  101. Hmm... I'd definitely use the blue in a quilt I'm making. Probably the green with the kids on it for something for my girls. And I don't know about the others! Fun decisions!
    steeplechaser29 at yahoo

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  102. I'd use the Mendocino to band the bottom of a skirt for my daughter. I'm sure I'd be able to use the others well, too :)

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  103. the yellow bee fabric into my hexies for my grandmother's flowergarden, they must be there,
    the purple fabrics probably want to become a purse or a tote bag, and the green fabric is christmas decoration, part of a table runner
    Thanks for offering!

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  104. I would make a purse for my little girl.

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  105. My daughter looked at these and talked about how she needs a new skirt. So I'd use one as part of a skirt for her.

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  106. Thank you for such a generous giveaway! I think I definitely make a head scarf/band with the Kaffe Fasset fabric. Thanks also for visiting and commenting on my blog giveaway. : )

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  107. All so pretty! I will make a lunch bag for my daughter:)

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  108. Not sure what I would make, but it would be great with that fabric!

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  109. Some of those would work in an I Spy quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  110. I am starting a mini quilt series of quilts with applique

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  111. a pretty little dress for my 2 yr old

    radiyas(at)gmail(dot)com

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  112. I love the yellow bee fabric. the name of my blog is busybeefree!!!!! I do not know yet the purpose for the fabric, will first see and feel it....

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  113. I've used the bee fabric for valances, nightgowns, and playmats.

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  114. Those bees would definitely go on as ruffles on an outfit for my daughter. We keep bees and she is fascinated by them!

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  115. Oooh! I think those would make a great pillow with doll in the pocket from the Zakka Style book.

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  116. I've been really into making tote bags. Our county just banned plastic grocery bags so now we have to bring our own bags, and I like to have cute ones.

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  117. Oh I adore the bee fabric! I would finally make something with hexies - a pillow for my bedroom perhaps :) Thanks for the chance! amycav at hotmail dot com

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  118. I made a bee baby quilt and those are could would love to try and make another.

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  119. I'd love to make a bag, and maybe some toys for my friend's new baby. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  120. I've been wanting to make a baby quilt and these would be cute. Thanks!

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  121. The KF Brocade Floral would make a great center stripe for a pillow. Thanks for a great giveaway~!

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  122. I'm not sure what I'd make with it, but the honey bees really appeal to me. I think they'd look cute in a hot pad/trivet. The whole bundle is nice.

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  123. I'm thinking a new bag. Thanks for the opportunity on a great draw and Merry Christmas to you.
    bonnielarson58(at)gmail(dot)com

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  124. Oh I have been looking for a bee fabric to make a bag for a beekeeping friend.

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  125. I'd make a bag with the
    Kaffe Fassett (Brokade Floral) cut selvedge to selvedge 12 in. wide

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  126. I think my daughter would love that Kaffe Fasset fabric in a skirt. :)

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  127. I'd love to make some cute project bags. :D

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  128. Pillows and library book bags are on my to-do list and some of these fabircs would fit in nicely. Thank you! winterwrens at gmail dot com

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  129. Beautiful fabric! I would like to make some mug rugs, pouches, or bags. Thank you!
    anglanouette(at)gmail(dot)com

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  130. WOW those fabrics are lovely! I would have to think very hard to use them in something I would see all the time. I'd have to live with them a bit to figure it out :-)
    Thanks for the chance to win.

    ktreve (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  131. I would use that Mendocino in a quilt I've been planning for when I have enough of the line together to make it!

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  132. I'd make a patchwork bedspread :)

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  133. I love the colour combination so I think I would combine them into a bag or a mug rug or picture to hang on the wall in my sewing room.

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  134. I would make a bag or journal covers.

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  135. I would incorporate the fabrics into something, maybe a pillowcase for one of my grands.

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  136. pencil case and diary case!

    audrey_jiajia@msn.com

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  137. The angel cakes would make a cute stocking or pillow! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  138. These fabrics have "zippered pouch" written allll over them. :)

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  139. I would use them in a quilt. Thanks for chance to win.

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  140. Great giveaway!! I especially love the seahorses. I might use a small bit of that in an I-spy quilt! Thanks for the chance.

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  141. those little bees would become a pouch, lovely fabrics!

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  142. The bee fabric would make a lovely girls sun hat!
    jitterbug1(at)gmail(dot)com

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  143. ohh that bee fabric - I would turn taht into a little pouch for a friend (she's allergic to bees and always carries around that little syringe). I think it would fit to give the thing an appropriate cover

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  144. My daughter would love a bee skirt! The rest into my stash!

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  145. Fabulous fabrics! I'd use the bee fabric first, to make a playmat for my baby son. :-)

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  146. i think a little tote would be great in these fabrics

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  147. I would make fabric page corner bookmarks. audiodropzone(at)gmail(dot)com

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  148. Hmm, Ive been planning a quilt with grey, lime green, mustard and magenta and the HR and the bees would be perfect prints to go with the solids - not sure about the other ones though, thank you for the giveaway!

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  149. I am planning on making a scrappy quilt and they would be great for that.

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  150. I think that the bees would make really cute potholders.

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  151. I'd incorporate them into a quilt or make cosmetic bags.

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  152. The bees would make some great snack bags for my kids

    loreew at pacbell dot net

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  153. Gotta have that bee fabric. Note my name and you will see why!

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  154. Great fabrics! I would use the bumblebees in a quilt for my nephew.

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  155. A skirt for my daughter with the KF. Thanks for the chance!

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  156. I would make a bag. Thanks for such an awesome giveaway! Happy Holidays to you! :)

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  157. i would make a clutch!
    peachstateme(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  158. laptop case for my sister-in-law - she loves fun colors!
    mandiprout80 @ gmail dot com

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  159. I would make something for my sister with the bee print. She's a bee-lover! I can barely avoid buying bee fabric for her whenever I see them!

    erikawithak.vintage at gmail.com

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  160. I would make a scarf with some of the Heather Ross. it's just too great.

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  161. I'd like to make some zippered pouches with these beautiful fabrics! I especially like the bees! Thanks for a chance to win! :)

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  162. I'm a new follower via gfc! :)

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  163. I love the Angel Cakes, I would use it in a table runner

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  164. I'll make a skirt for my daughter!

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  165. it would be nice purses, thank you!

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