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05 November 2011

A Stitch in Color {Giveaway}

As I mentioned in my ‘It’s a Charm” place mat tutorial yesterday, I have a charm pack of Moda 'A Stitch in Color’ by Malka Dubrawsky to giveaway.

This new range of fabric is absolutely yummy and due for release in January 2012. I have a limited amount of this fabric range available in my little store – Fabric Buzz starting from $10.


A Stitch in Color by Malka Dubrawsky Charm Pack (999x967)

To enter the giveaway, you must be a follower of my blog - either with Google Friend Connect, on the Samelia’s Mum Facebook page or by subscribing to the RSS feed. All of the links are up on my right side bar.

Leave me a comment telling me:

What you would make with this charm pack?

For extra entries, tell your friends about my giveaway on Facebook, Twitter or your blog. Then come back and leave a comment with your link.

Giveaway ends at midday, 10 November 2011 AEST.
Open internationally.
The winner will be chosen randomly and announced here on my blog.
Please make sure that you are contactable.
GOOD LUCK!!!

169 comments:

  1. Nice giveaway....I think I would make a table runner or some new place mats,current ones are looking a little shabby.

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  2. I owuld love to make a small quilt with the charm pack.

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  3. I'd make a lap quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  4. NEAT GIVEAWAY!
    I'D MAKE A NEW TABLE RUNNER.

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  5. It is so bright and beautiful. I would love to make some purse accessories with it. Eyeglass case, coin purse, gift card holders things like that. Some to give as gifts as well.

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  6. So pretty! I think I would love to make some new placemats - maybe Christmas presents!!
    thanks
    JoAnn
    info7miner@gmail.com
    p.s. I read your blog via my Google Reader, i think that makes me a follower??

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  7. I think if I won this pretty charm pack I'd have to look through some of my charm pack patterns and use it up for a runner,lap quilt or maybe a bag? Thanks for the chance :) Barb.

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  8. I really liked your place mate you've made and probably would do something similar. Thanks for the chance to win some of this fun fabric.

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  9. Hmmmmm, yummy fabric!!!!, I'd make a bag for sure, love the colors!!!!

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  10. I'd love towing and would likely make a Dresden pillow or something with it I follow your blog.

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  11. Thanks for the chance for this lovely charm pack to come and live with me.... I do love the mats you made and would do the same I think... perfect for summer on the patio
    Hugz

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  12. possibly a bag? Would be nice for lots of things really.
    Lovely giveaway.

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  13. Maybe I'd do just like you : placemat. Or a quilt for a little boy (as I don't see to many pink in there)..

    Thanks for the chance !
    (marika_ouellet(at)hotmail(dot)com)

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  14. I have a friend who is expecting a boy, and I think she'd adore this fabric line! :D It'd be so fun to quilt her up a bright, fun quilt with these fabrics.

    Thank you for the lovely giveaway! Also, I am a subscriber through RSS feed.

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  15. Follower here .... After seeing those scrummy table mats I think I would be very tempted to make some of those in this range!! The other idea I thought would be nice in this fabric would be a pinwheel lap quilt or dolly quilt for my daughter's dolls! Fantastic colouring in this range!!! .... Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  16. I think it would be great to use for a disappearing nine-patch quilt. Might have to add some other fabrics but love the bright colors.

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  17. I'd make my mom a table runner or use them to make a set of placemats!

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  18. I'd like to make a table runner

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  19. I would be tempted to copy your idea - I loved these in the placemats you made up!

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  20. I think I'd make a lap quilt.

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  21. Having just seen this in a lap quilt at Market, I would TOTALLY do the same. I LOVE this line. =)

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  22. I think I'd copy your placemats!
    I am a follower thru blogger :S

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  23. I love bright colours and I think I'd make a bag. I am a follower.

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  24. I follow your blog! I would LOVE to make a tote bag or clutch with this fabric!

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  25. I was also thinking of making a table runner. I have never made one, but it sure would be something I would like! Thanks

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  26. I would love to make a quilted bag :)

    kelly@siblingstew.com

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  27. I would use the tone on tone squares for my rainbow mini-hexi flowers and probably use the rest for a mini quilt or cushion.

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  28. Such lovely fabric - it would work so well as a table runner!

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  29. I just picked up a new book called Pinwheel Party by Ellen Pahl and there are some cute patterns in there that with your charm packs would make up a small cute quilt. Thanks.

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  30. I think a baby quilt for my new little Charlotte, one still is to be made but I just can't decide on what to use

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  31. I'm a follower!!!!!!! I think I would either make the placemats and give them to my mom for Christmas or make a throw with them. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  32. I'd love to make an improv wall hanging "malka" style.

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  33. Your placemats are cute! Very bright and colorful. I'd make a throw pillow.

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  34. this is a wonderful giveaway . i wish i could win

    i am a gfc follower
    thanks

    roycedavids at gmail dot com

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  35. It's the decisions that go with all the beautiful fabric that make life hard. They are nice & bright for the kitchen so I think a table runner for under the appliances would be good. Tracee xx

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  36. I have no idea! Probably a lap quilt though or a table runner.

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  37. I love this fabric1 one of the best designs I've seen for a long time!
    I'd make a wallhanging - it deserves to be shown off!

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  38. Well I loved your placemats when I saw them, so I might just make some myself!
    I'm really taken with this line and would like to make some cushions too :)

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  39. Thanks for the lovely giveaway. I follow with google reader. I would make a fabric basket!

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  40. Thank you for a giveaway! I'd use this to make a tablerunner. Hope to win!!!

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  41. I would hoard it for a while and then finally chop it up for a mini quilt.

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  42. Nice giveaway thx A! Well I'm right into pouches or dolls quilts at the moment so that's probably what i'd use it for.

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  43. I would make a cool stylish tote! It's practically meant for that! :)
    Thanks for a chance to win.

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  44. I think I'd make a bag. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  45. I think it would be only right to make a lovely set of placemats - perhaps with matching coasters from the leftover charms.

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  46. I like this line, it is funky!! I would probably make some placemats to brighten up our dinner table. Thanks!

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  47. I tweeted @mimistarquilter. Thanks again!!

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  48. I'm thinking a purse would be what I would make

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  49. Stunning fabric ,thank you for the offer,I would make some abstract wall art or bright wrist cuffs for xmas presents.

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  50. Love it!! I think I would make a table runner or a couple of place mats so I could really enjoy the beautiful fabric! Thanks for a chance.

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  51. Great giveaway!! Beautiful colors for a fresh runner or placemats; which I am in need of...

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  52. This would make a great doggie coat.
    Gil
    (jeffngil@hotmail.com)

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  53. I'd use the fabric in an applique project I have in the works. Thanks!!

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  54. I am making a scrappy quilt with little baskets (4" squares) in bright colors and on a white underground. This charmpack will be great to use and fits in very well with my others colors! So yes, I would love to join this give away, thank you!

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  55. Lovely giveaway, I would make a patchwork cushion for my son to hide behind when he watches Dr Who :)
    Twiggy x

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  56. Love the colors! This would make a perfect lap quilt for my daughter!

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  57. I love Malka's designs (I have her book) & am so happy that she now has a fabric range. I'd make a lap quilt & perhaps a cushion cover. Thanks for a fab giveaway.

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  58. Definately a tablerunner for my sewing studio out of this beautifully coloured fabric. Thanks for a chance.

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  59. I think it would make a perfect patchwork purse!

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  60. i would make the placemats or a patchwork pillow. thanks!

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  61. Love this fabric! Would make a wall hanging to put in my new sewing space.

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  62. I am following you on FaceBook & I would make a handbag. They are such a fun collection! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  63. So hard to choose what to make... I'm immediately thinking fun and colorful placemats.

    Ooh... or a piece of art to hang up.

    (I really love the colors).
    Thanks for the chance to win.

    :)

    debra (dot) womack (at) gmail (dot) com

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  64. I love Moda fabrics. What a generous giveaway. I would use these pieces in fabric books that I make. It would be thrilling to win.

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  65. I think I would make a bag out of it. :) Wouldn't it be a cute purse?

    Mary
    iammaryburke @ gmail.com

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  66. I tweeted about your giveaway!

    Mary
    iammaryburke @ gmail.com

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  67. Blogged here:

    http://dubbage42.blogspot.com/2011/11/i-found-another-giveaway.html

    Thanks again!

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  68. Tweeted! http://twitter.com/#!/debrawomack/status/132819587770224640

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  69. I am a follower of your blog and I would make some small art quilts for AAQI with the charms.

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  70. Oh, love the charms: ). I would make one of my charms on point quilts!

    http://piecefullife-elizabeth.blogspot.com/2010/09/turning-charms-on-point.html

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  71. Since I'm a bag/tote kinda gal, I'd make a charming bag/tote with these. If I won. Which I hope I will.

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  72. I love Malka's work, this line is amazing. We're Google friend connected! :)

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  73. I'm a follower and I "Like" you on FB. I might try your cute placemats, and pick a few for making small patchwork coin purses as stocking stuffers.

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  74. I follow your blog thru Google. A Stitch in Color looks like fun - can't wait to see more of it. I love tablerunners for myself & as gifts so that's what I would make. Your tute yesterday was much appreciated!

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  75. I'd make a completely modern baby quilt. who needs bunnies and rattles?

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  76. I follow your blg :) I think I would make a baby rag quilt :)

    homespunhandmaiden(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  77. I tweeted here: http://twitter.com/#!/HHandmaiden

    homespunhandmaiden(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  78. I would make a bag to hold my knitting project in. :)

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  79. Oh, definitely a quilt! What beautiful fabrics!

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  80. I'll definitely try my hand at quilting hexagons.

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  81. I'm your new follower now.
    I'd try to make a pillow. Thanks for nice giveaway!

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  82. I have a bunch of Christmas things that i want to make. Bags, lunch sacks, etc.

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  83. I would probably make a bag or a table runner with this if I won it.

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  84. I would love to make a little blankie for newest granddaughter.

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  85. I would love to make a table runner.

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  86. I love all those colours together and I think I would like to make the place mats from your charm-square tutorial. Pillows for my couch would also be nice. I also follow your blog.

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  87. thanks for the chance to win, I would sew new cuisons from this lovely charm pack.
    Bente-follower!!!

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  88. I'd love to win this prize, I know I will make good use of it. I just adore making things for my Grandchildren, so we will sit together and decide what I can make for them.

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  89. I'd like to try some scrappy strips for journal covers and purses for Christmas gifts. It would be very striking, I think. Thank-you.

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  90. I've been wanting to make some mug rugs and I think these would be perfect for some! And maybe, even some placemats! Thank you for a chance to win.

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  91. I would make a totebag from this charm pack. I am a new follower.

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  92. A mug rug for my moms and my desk at work!

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  93. A mug rug for my moms and my desk at work!

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  94. I would make a purse and some accessories. Thank you for the giveaway. I am a follower.

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  95. Hi, I will make someone something as a gift like a tot bag. Something like that and what is left will go in my quilt bag. My birthday is on the 8th so if I won what a gift that would make. Thanks for the giveaway and have a great weekend.

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  96. I bookmarked this to make with a charm pack...and Oh Fransson small quilt
    http://www.ohfransson.com/oh_fransson/2010/03/charm-squares-baby-quilt-redux.html
    or this one:
    http://lynbrown.com/?p=680
    Thanks for the chance :)

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  97. Saw the cutest dresser scarf and handkerchief curtains for a little girl's room. I think your charm pack would be darling.

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  98. I would love to make a bunch of gifties out of this - like coin purses and the like :)

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  99. I love this charm pack, and I love your placemat idea. That's probably what I would attempt to make... or a colorful scarf for my daughter.
    I'm a new follower on your FB page (Stellar Mother).
    Thanks!

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  100. I think this would make an awesome tablerunner & tote bag! Thanks for a chance to win! I'm already a follower via gfc & facebook! :)

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  102. What fun fabric! I'd make some placemats, like the ones you did in your tutorial.

    I'm a follower through Google Reader. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  103. I just love fabric. I often hate cutting it -- but I'm really wanting to make coasters lately, for some reason. And a table runner and placemats. Gotta domesticity jones goin' on, I guess.

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  104. I probably would use some of this fabric for "windows" in a cathedral window quilt. Love the colors.

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  105. That would make a great sewing machine cover!

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  106. I would make a set of the snappy placemats that you did the tutorial on. They are awesome and this fabric would be great. Thanks kiddo. !!!

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  107. I would make a lap quilt with the charm squares on point.

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  108. This is great! I'd make a little purse.. love the colors!

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  109. Love the bright fabrics - I would make a tote bag or a sewing machine cover!

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  110. I would make bags, cellphone covers or just any project in the net the involves this.

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  111. I'd love to make some colourful wallets.

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  112. I am a follower and I would incorporate the charm pack into a quilt. Thanks!

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  113. What a gorgeous charm pack, thanks for the chance. I think I'd make a bag.

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  114. I have used other moda fabric on my handmade journals and cards.

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  115. My house is just about to stop being a building site so looking forward to making things - too many to do! But with this, it would be great to make a pattern row on the (currently) boring living room curtains.

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  116. I would follow you and make some place mats for my house. -thanks for the giveaway, that collection is beautiful. Ana

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  117. I would make mug rugs to give my girlfriends for Christmas to go with the crocheted wine glass/jug covers that I'm making them. :)

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  118. I would make the charming placemats that you show in your last tutorial! Great fabric!

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  119. I would make a fun and modern quilt for my neice....she loves bright fun colors!

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  120. I love the bright colors and be very pleased if selected.
    Penny G.
    65tucker@hughes.net

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  121. Shared on FB
    https://www.facebook.com/goonybird

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  122. The colors are wonderful in this charm pack. I think I'd make a little wall quilt for the office. Be blessed!!

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

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  124. I would make two cute little bags for my two little granddaughters. Thanks for the chance to win this cute fabric.

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  125. I don't know what I would make but those prints are so cute!

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  126. i think a quilted table runner, they look so fun and bright!

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  127. Sweet giveaway! I am a follower and if I had this beautiful charm pack, I would make a quilt. I don't know which pattern, but definitely a quilt.

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  128. If I was lucky enough to win, I would use the charm pack to make a lap quilt.

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  129. If I win the gorgeous Charm pack I would make a tote bag. OR make a couple of "Charm" placemats for our 1958 Airstream!

    kf_smith67@hotmail.com

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  130. Not only did I "Like" you on FaceBook but I also told my FB friends about your blog/giveaway!! Thanks for having a giveaway :D


    kf_smith67@hotmail.com

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  131. Definitely some cushions to brighten up our lounge!

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  132. oh i would love to make a summery table runner !!! (dealbunny20@gmail.com)

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  133. http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=132726423501921&id=100003033249135

    i shared this on fbk! (dealbunny20@gmail.com)

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  134. i shared this giveaway on twitter (dealbunny20@gmail.com)

    https://twitter.com/#!/cass_k20/status/133451186111135744

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  135. I would make a new runner for the top of my curio cabinet.

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  136. Love your placemats! Thanks for the tuto! I would love to make a tablerunner for my friend! These fabric charms would just be great!

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  137. I would make some pillows or some cute mug rugs.

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  138. I follow your blog on google. I new think I'd use my new twister template to make a small quilt.

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  139. I would make a patchwork bag, I am on a bag sewing phase right now... I am a follower on Facebook

    Tatiana Di Maio

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  140. I follow this blog via RSS feed.

    I would make a wall hanging for my best friend's new office, which is very bare at the moment.

    Thanks for the awesome give-away.

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  141. This would make a fun table topper for my kitchen island :) THANKS for the chance! And I follow.
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  142. I would make some mugrugs and potholders to go in my christmas baskets.
    dinah@uescontrols.com

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  143. I love this fabric!

    I'd probably make them into little somethings for holiday gifts...card wallets, journal covers, etc.

    *fingers crossed!*

    http://crashcoursecraft.blogspot.com

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  144. I am going to say placemats. but a tote might work also. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  145. I would love to use it to make some mug mats for Chrismas presents. I follow your blog through GFC. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  146. I would make a mini quilt, I love this fabric line.

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  147. I would make a quilt.

    Posted this on twitter http://twitter.com/#!/quiam/status/133866502582579200

    my email is quiamoi_tres@yahoo.com

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  148. Absolutely LOVE this new fabric line! I would make one of the cute quilts from one of my favorite books, Schnibbles Times Two. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  149. Lovely charm pack. I would use it to make a charm patchwork tote. I've recently seen a pattern for one of these and it looks fab. Hope I win!

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  150. I have shared the giveaway on facebook.

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  151. I would love to make a bag with this fabric. I linked you to FB and I am a follower here.

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  152. 33463

    This is such beautiful fabric, I will use it in my jewelry designs.

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  153. I am a new follower of your blog, but not new to it. I have one of your quilts pinned and have enjoyed reading your blog. I am currently making a hexagon charm quilt and the fabric would be perfect.

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  154. I am a new follower, today is the first time I have come across your blog. If I was to win the lovely charm pack I would probably make a nice cushion, but as I have no idea how much fabric is in a charm pack I really would have to wait and see. Thanks for the chance of winning. I normally use recycled fabris for my quilting.

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  155. your placemats... which i would then turn into the cutest tote bag.

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  156. http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000513524683 my FB link.. I shared your giveaway. And not sure why my last post says
    November 9, 2011 11:35 PM because I just did it and it is 6.41 AM CST here?

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  157. I'd love to make a colorful bag from that fabric!

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  158. I've got an addiction for dresden plates at the mo....

    Would love to lay with these - would look stunning!

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  159. I'd make a bag and so those bright colours could get outside and be shown off a bit.

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  160. Hi, thanks for the giveaway, I think I'd make a quilt using lots of white surround the gorgeous colors of the charm pack :-)

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  161. Happen to be trying to find this and learned much more than anticipated in this article. Thanks.

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  162. I could really use some place mats and maybe a small square runner for my table. This material would be perfect! I am a follower!

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