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11 February 2011

Fresh Cottons Giveaway!

I've been working on a secret squirrel project which I can't show you, just yet.

Well maybe a little sneak peak...


I've used "Fresh Cottons" by Fig Tree & Co for Moda, which I think, is now a classic range.

I have a charm pack of this lovely fabric to giveaway. You can use it, stash it, give it away... whatever you like ;-)


You have 3 chances to win.

1. Follow my blog and leave me a comment telling me what you'd make with this gorgeous fabric.
2. Blog about my giveaway and then leave me a comment
3. Tweet or Facebook about it and then leave me a comment

See - it's easy peasy.

The giveaway is open until Tuesday the 15th of February at 7pm (Australian Easter Daylight Saving Time).
International entries are very welcome.

I look forward to reading all about what you'd like to make with it.
Have a lovely weekend xo

102 comments:

  1. Ohhh... I can see a table runner for my dining room with this lot.... YuM!
    Of course I am a follower. :)

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  2. I was instantly going to answer a Schnibbles quilt, but then Cheryll said a table runner which reminded me I need placemats to protect my table from little destructo boys!
    And I am a follower too!

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  3. I'd love to make a quilt for my mom with these !

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  4. I do follow your blog - great blog! I make alot of charity quilts so those beautiful charms would be put to good use.

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  5. Thank you for the lovely giveaway :)
    I'd love to make a baby quilt or a table runner with it.
    Already a follower!

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  6. I'm a follower & have wanted to try making pinwheels since seeing a tutorial on one of the quilting blogs re flood relief quilts. Yours looks beautiful so that's what I would do & make them in to a table runner made perfectly to size to fit my wooden chest coffee table. Thanks! xx

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  7. Tweeted here;
    http://twitter.com/#!/thepeachrainbow/status/35909568038965248

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  8. I've shared your giveaway on my Facebook page too

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  9. How adorable! :) I'm still pretty new to sewing, so I'd probably make a baby quilt or snuggler.

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  10. so pretty! I saw the cutest charm square quilt the other day I would love to make with this.
    thanx for the chance; I follow you in google reader

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  11. I follow you!!! I think I'd make a cute little quilt for my daughter. She's been begging me to make her one for a while now.

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  12. Great giveaway - not sure what I'd make - maybe a lap quilt? I'm already a follower.

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  13. Sorry - I corrected that to "mum" not "mom". I Tweeted about your giveaway @birdie00000

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  14. I just blogged about your giveaway at: http://quiltyascharged.blogspot.com/2011/02/giveaway-at-samelias-mom.html

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  15. Already a follower. Not sure what i would make with it. Have a new book called Four Patch Frolic that uses charm squares so I am sure I would find something in there. I love Fig Tree!

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  16. I am already a follower.
    I would love to make a tablerunner for my Mum or a craft bag for her or something to donate to the high tea I am hosting in March or.....
    Now you've got me going :-)

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  17. I have Facebooked about your generous giveaway here http://www.facebook.com/rochelle.buckley

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  18. I'm already a follower. Maybe I would make a table topper

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  19. I think this would make a lovely bag. I need a new bag.

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  20. I would make a simple baby quilt.

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  21. I follow. I would make a blanket for my almost new niece.

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  22. I blogged it here.

    http://howdyadothat.blogspot.com/2011/02/birthday-gifts-to-someone-else.html

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  23. I already follow your blog. That fabric is so pretty. I am yet to make my first table runner so who knows???? Fingers X'd. :)
    sandangels1945@hotmail.com

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  24. Your pinwheels look great... I made my first ones last week... not as neat though!
    Hugz

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  25. I'm already a follower!
    I'd make a table topper then perhaps amug rug with any leftovers!
    Thanks!

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  26. I'm a follower of your lovely blog and the Charm pack would come in handy for my Henrietta Wisckers BOM.

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  27. I've posted about your giveaway on my blog.

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  28. I'd make a table runner with those pretty charms and I'm now a follower. Ros

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  29. Of course I am a follower! Thanks for the chance to win. Hugs Linda x

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  30. I follow your blog and I would make the Back To School Grommet Bag with the tutorial available at Moda Bake Shop; it's such a gorgeous bag!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  31. I posted at FaceBook about your giveaway (Paula Lemos)
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  32. I'm following your blog. I'll be making a quilt for my daughter with Fresh Cottons, it's one of the PIGS, but it will be done this year! I'd use the additional fabric to piece some pretty throw pillows to match the quilt.

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  33. My first thought was burp clothes for my new granddaughter but that fabric is too pretty for that. So instead I am thinking a nice wall hanging for my sewing room. Too cute!

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  34. I'm a follower :) Love the fabric, so fresh and pretty. I'd use the fabric to make a quilt for my granddaughter.

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  35. Hi, I´m already a follower. And I would make a window hanging for my sewing room to hide the chaos inside. Or a wall hanging or a nice quilt for my daughter, or a bag, or a table-runner. Oh, I had many ideas to use this great fabric.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  36. I would make a table runner for my sister - she would love the fabric and has a birthday coming up! Thanks! Love the sneak peek :)

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  37. I follow your blog. I would make either a quilt, pillow or maybe some for a mug rug.

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  38. I am a regular follower of your blog! I think I would make some much needed placemats out of that gorgeous fabric. Thank you for the opportunity to enter your giveaway.

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  39. I blogged about your giveaway here:

    http://spicerquilts.blogspot.com/2011/02/more-giveaways-in-blogland.html

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  40. I'm a new follower. I'd use this great fabric to make a tablerunner for my sister's birthday gift - it would be perfect! thanks very much.

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  41. I'm a new follower, too. I need a new tote for caring stuff on the metro to work, so I would love to use this for one!

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    Sandy A

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  42. I would use it to make a table runner. It would look great mixed with some solids. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  43. Love this fabric line! I would definitely make a table topper for... my sister, my cousin, my aunt??? Thanks for the chance. BTW I am a follower.

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  44. I am already a follower, and those fabrics would look wonderful in a new table runner.

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  45. I follow you already...cute sneak peek! I have loved this line since Bradie did her summer sampler with it. I think a nice spring/summer table runner would look perfect with this!

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  46. I'd probably make a table runner or maybe a tote bag or ...... so many choices!

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  47. I just became a follower. I don't know any of the other prints from this line off hand, but the color scheme of the top charm is old world lovely!
    freeindeed at myfairpoint dot net

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  48. Oh my! I forgot to mention what I would make a Schnibbles quilt of some small size - it would be my first. I already follow your blog.

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  49. mmm... I would make... a bag, or some small purses...

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  50. I would like to make a bag out of this beautiful fabric,thankyou for this lovely givaway.
    cheers shez
    http://shez-enjoyinglife.blogspot.com

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  51. I'm already a follower and I wouldn't use this fabric at all. However....I have a friend in Qld and a friend in Vic who have both been flood affected and I'm sure that some lovely fabric that is just the style they'd use would give them something to look forward to.

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  52. Hi again i have just mentioned your give away on my blog site.
    cheers shez
    http://shez-enjoyinglife.blogspot.com

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  53. I would make a table runner with this beaitufual cahrm pack. Am already a follower.

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  54. I have posted a link on my FB page.

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  55. I'm in AgAin... as I blogged about your giveaway. Thanks for another chance to WiN this GrEaT fabric! :)

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  56. Back again i have just put your blog site on facebook,thanks again for the extra chance to win such a lovely prize.
    cheers shez
    http://shez-enjoyinglife.blogspot.com

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  57. I am making a quilt for my sick mother in the UK to take with me when I hopefully go over later this year. I would love to use these fabrics in it. Thank you for the opportunity to win them. :) x

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  58. I've posted your give away in my sidebar, you can check it here...http://lifeviaserendipity.blogspot.com/

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  59. I'm following your blog now. I would make a table runner.

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  60. since i'm new to quilting i don't know what i would do maybe some applique

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  61. I have a small quilt on my to do list that this fabric would be perfect for. I'm a follower, and I would love to win this! thanks for the chance.

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  62. Yahhh, now that I have a blog I have added this on their too. Thanks xx
    http://quiltkittyloveslife.blogspot.com/

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  63. I would make pinwheels of course! Thanks so much for sharing it with us.

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  64. I follow! :) I really liked Joanna's pillow for the pillow talk hop. All the cream colored fabrics together were so wonderful! I imagine it would make its way into a pillow of some sort. :)

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  65. Wow, this is really beautiful fabric. I am a lover of pinwheels and think this would make a great pinwheel quilt! I am making one now and reallly enjoying it! I have been a follower for a while now! Love your work!

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  66. I blogged about your giveaway here:
    http://quiltyhabit.blogspot.com/2011/02/fabric-best-kind-of-mail.html

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  67. Oh nice fabric! I would use it to make some new place mats for my kitchen. Am a follower and talked about your giveway on my FB page.

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  68. Lovely fabric that would make a nice table-runner or maybe a bag. Thanks for the chance! Greetings from Seoul

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  69. I need a table runner for my computer desk, but it may have to wait while I mull over the fabric and enjoy it.

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  70. Definitely a table runner :) Beautiful fabric! Thanks for the chance. I follow your blog.

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  71. Tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/EMSarts/status/36716737508540416

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  72. I'm already a follower. And I'd love to make tablerunners for my mom & mil with this beautiful charm pack. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  73. I'm a follower - and I'd make a bag with it. Beautiful fabric! dmj53(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  74. I've been wanting to make a tumbler quilt. This would make a great start!

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  75. I blogged about it at www.drkornea.blogspot.com :D

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  76. I'm a follower and I'd make a lap quilt for my mom when she uses her back porch swing. It would be nice to work on a spring project while we are still pretty cold here in the Washington DC area. Send some spring our way :)...soon!
    nsue21702 at gmail dot com

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  77. I follow your blog and I would turn this into an adorable table runner!

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  78. I included your giveaway in my blog today:
    http://straystitches1.blogspot.com/2011/02/love-hearts-cupid-too.html

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  79. I'm a new follower and I think I would make a table topper.

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  80. I am a new follower. I would make a cute purse out of this fabric to use some springtime colors to brighten the winter.

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  81. I'm a follower! Fresh Cottons is my favorite Fig Tree Line to date. I would make some dresden plates with this little charm pack, if I was lucky enough to win it!

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  82. I am a follower. I think the fabric would make a great tablerunner.

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  83. I would love to make a lap quilt from this. I would also like to try to free motion quilt it as well!

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  84. I'm a new follower, and that would go so well with the jelly roll and honey bun I have stashed away in this fabric - maybe this is the reason I haven't made it up yet - just waiting for the charm pack to join the party!

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  85. I just found out about your site from a good friend. It is great! I would make pinwheels using a coordinating color and make a quilt for one of the clubs I am in as a fund raising raffle.

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  86. I found you from Stray Stitches. I'm a new follower. I would make a lap quilt from these beautiful fabrics.

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  87. I blogged about your giveaway at http://salliessampler.blogspot.com/2011/02/samelias-mum-fresh-cotton-charm-pack.html

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  88. Fabulous giveaway! : ) I'm thinking of a pillow, maybe. : )

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  89. I would love to make a little something from Camille Roskelley's "Simplicity" pattern book.

    I'm a new follower.

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  90. I would make a table topper or runner. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  91. Nothing like waiting until the last minute!! I've blogged about your give-away. Thanks for the opportunity. I've seen a few patterns lately that use charm squares - a nice bag. Have a great evening.

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  92. I'm a follower and I will make a quilt!

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  93. I am posting your giveaway on my giveaway page:
    http://quilting-tutorials.blogspot.com/p/giveaways.html

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  94. I'm a follower... I'd make a quilt

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  95. I don't know if this giveaway is over in Australia or not, but I'd love to enter.

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