Wednesday, December 3, 2008

REMEMBER GIVE-AWAY DAY


This is the give-away day that we have been looking forward to. SewMama Sew is the host of this fun day. After you leave here be sure to check out the other fantastic Give-Away participants. I am personally giving a set of four (4) fat quarters from my Flights of Fancy in the Ocean colorway and a set of 8 matching notecards. Just leave a post about what project/gift you envision making with these Flights of Fancy fabrics. I will look for creativity and post a winner by 10:30 PM this eve (Eastern Standard Time) on Wednesday December 3, 2008. Keep in mind that these fabrics are hot off the press so you might have to do a bit of impressing. Since I receive many emails and requests from all over, I welcome anyone outside the US to participate.

308 comments:

  1. I think I'd like to look at the fabric often so I'd make up some wall canvases which I would embellish with buttons and trim, in small amounts!
    Other than that I'd love to kit out my kids so that I can see the fabric each day.

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  2. I have been loving these fabrics since first seeing them over at "The Fat Quarter Shop!" I'm already dreaming of a great beach bag made with these fabrics! Of course a fun lap quilt would be nice as well!

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  3. Hello from Italy!
    I love to travel & do it quite often, so I'd like to make some document pouches. They would definitely make my travelling more comfort & secure. And "Flights of Fancy" fabrics are perfect for this project.

    Please count me in :)

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  4. I have a japanese pattern for a gorgeous cushion that uses four fat quarters - these would be perfect for it! Please add me to your list of potentials, and best of luck to all who enter!

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  5. i will make a post it board with push pins made out of buttons to hang on my wall!! =) and the left overs will be used to make clutches!!

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  6. love love love these fabrics...could make them into a lovely patch work hand purse. fingers and toes crossed

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  7. I would love to make a library book bag out of them for my kiddos...they can see the fabric all the time, so cute... and I can have it hung up to see as well since we seperate library books...

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  8. I would make an Waist Apron for my kiddo and ofcourse a colorpencil case too!!

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  9. I have a couple of things in mind. First I would like to make some envelope inspired clutches to be sent to my overseas friends and my other idea is to make myself a new passport holder in time for my honeymoon in April and perhaps embroider my new name on it to celebrate becoming a Mrs!

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  10. I think I would make a bag, or maybe some boxes for knitting/sewing stuff.
    Beautiful fabrics.

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  11. your fabric is just gorgeous. You're so talented. This is part of why I wanted to take part in the giveaway day, I have seen so man fantastic blogs today.

    Hope you have fun with the giveaway

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  12. Wow! Great fabrics!
    They'd look awesome as linen or pockets in a bag, a nifty iPod case or laptop-sleeve, a pillowcase of my sofa cushions with a matching tablecloth. Or just crazy pockets on the lovely tunics and dresses I will eventually learn to make. Yes, I like crazy-fabric pockets!
    Good luck with your give-away! <3
    Malin (from Norway!)

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  13. Beautiful fabric! I would most likely cut it up and make a quilt for my guest bed with the addition of a few solid colors to go with it.

    stephensons4 at embarqmail dot come

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  14. these look fab!!!
    I think I would make a doll with a bunch of acessories, like a quilt or sleeping bag, a travel bag...

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  15. Beautiful fabric. I think I would make up a cushion cover and some matching canvas' for my kids room.

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  16. Add me in. I can see a ruffled apron in those fat quarter's future, or maybe something a bit more exotic, like a business card case and a checkbook cover.

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  17. Oh my, such beautiful fabrics. Congratulations! They are just screaming at me to make a Frilly Dilly bag in linen. See these links to know what on earth I am talking about!

    http://bloomandblossom.blogspot.com/2008/05/serendipity.html

    http://bloomandblossom.blogspot.com/2008/08/5-things-i-love-about-this-bag.html

    Thank you for a wonderful giveaway.

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  18. The fabric's say Spring to me. I would make place mats/table runner, toaster cover, mixer cover and maybe even use a strip on window curtains to tie it all in for a Spring Kitchen make-over.

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  19. Those fabrics are just wonderful - left up to me I'd be creating breakfast sets from them - tea & coffee cosys plus placemats and coasters. You couldn't fail to start the day in a good way with those.

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  20. oh i love this fabric set of yours! so i'd love to participate :D

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  21. Without a doubt I would make a quilt with your beautiful fabrics. I like to make small lap size quilts with a matching travel size pillow case and pillow. The sets are great for the car or a plane.

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  22. A good friend is having a baby girl in March, I think this fabric collection would make a beautiful baby quilt - i like that it's girly patterns in non-girly colors.

    sandy(at)gracestreetstudio(dot)com

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  23. Grogeous fabric! I can think of *many* things to make with it, like a great bag or a patchwork scarf!

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  24. Those fabrics are awesome. So adorable. Please enter me in your list :)

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  25. I would make some small bags with the fabric. It's beautiful. Thanks.

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  26. A passport keeper would go perfectly with these fabrics!

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  27. what fabulous fabric! there are so many fun things that could be made! i think i would use them to make matching skirts for my daughter (who just turned 2) and her "baby" that she got for her birthday that she just adores.

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  28. I'd love to make a bag (my very first) in these lovely fabrics.

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  29. Stationary set for my daughter? 1st thing that came to mind.

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  30. These are amazing! These would be perfect to be showcased as pillows in my living room, no additions, nothing! Let the fabric speak! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  31. I think those would make a lovely pocketbook! ...or would be so pretty in a patchwork pillow...or, or...

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  32. I know it's not very creative, but I'd love to use those in a quilt... probably mixed in with other fabrics from my stash in similar hues, and with lots of white! Beautiful fabrics!

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  33. I would use them to make a doll quilt for my daughter's "babies". I think they would be perfect. The notecards I could use for thank you notes for the gifts she gets for her birthday in January.

    Thanks so much for the chance to win.

    idoru@popstar.com

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  34. That faric just needs to be in a quilt. And to have a matching card to give the person who gets the quilt would be awsome.
    Sue Cahill (sbonetsue at yahoo dot com)

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  35. I would use these in a quilt for my baby (due in April). I haven't yet decided on a pattern or anything, but would let these fabrics inspire me. The colors are beautiful and well suited for little boy :)

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  36. Love it, love it, love it. I would finally make a quilt for ME (I'd buy more fabric, of course); all of my others have been for family, friends, and charities. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  37. Adorable fabric! Would love to make a bag or something for my girls!

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  38. gorgeous colors! they'd make fantastic table linens.

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  39. I could definitely see these as a cute quilted purse...or a couple small clutches...lots and lots of ideas! :)

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  40. I am painting my bedroom brown over the holidays...a nice warm mocha...I have been waiting for these fabrics to come out to finish my king size quilt and will order more to make matching pillow cases and shams...love the prints and am really into birds...Great job on design and color.

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  41. I think I would make a pieced knot bag for my husband to take on his plane trips! The fabrics are gorgeous!

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  42. I adore the fabric! I would love to make a bag from it to carry all of my sewing projects in. That would be beautiful!

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  43. Gorgeous fabrics!!! I think I would make some tea towels and coasters.
    ~Kelly
    kayakgrlonthewater@yahoo.com

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  44. I'm not sure what I'd make with it. My little sister and I are going to make our first quilts after the first of the year, so it would probably go into that. I'm just impressed that my sister wants anything to do with fabric and thread, lol.

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  45. I lvoe your fabrics. I'd make them into a lovely table cloth and napkins for my spring table.

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  46. I'd make some knitting project bags from the fabric.

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  47. Great fabrics, and everyone's ideas are so wonderful! I can't come up with anything original - people have already mentioned purses, quilts, aprons.... Your fabrics would also make lovely baby blocks - I've seen quite a few patterns out there for those recently, and have a nephew who turns 2 in 10 days, and another one due in March. They would love that!

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  48. I love this fabric!
    Nothing fancy here, awaiting the birth of two baby boys and would love to make some bibs and/or burp cloths for them with the fabulous fabric.
    Any left over scraps will be made into a zip top pouch for the millions of lipsticks rolling around in my handbag!

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  49. beautiful fabrics!!!

    thanks for the contest :)

    laura f

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  50. I love the colors. I will probably make something for my daughter with them.

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  51. Gorgeous fabrics! I'd love to make a throw pillow cover, an apron, zippered pouches and a fabric framed art!

    Happy holidays!

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  52. I ahve a couple knitting needle holders on my gifts-to-make list... this favric would be so perfect!!! I love the birds!!

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  53. The fabrics are beautiful! I would make some fabric baskets or cushions...

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  54. I'd love to get my hands on those! Oh the things I could make!

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  55. i would make a quilt with all of those colors plus some solids with just a touch of white.

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  56. These colors are so bright and pretty! I'm totally going to make as many things as I can with this material. I'll use up every tiny bit of it!
    kamyrensmiles@hotmail.com

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  57. 60th post! My oh my, please count me in. I already have ideas in my head.....
    Merry Christmas

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  58. Well as you know Paula I loved that little precious birdie at market. I think I would have to make a little one or two of those and then the rest would probably go to a little outfit for my sweet little Vienna who turns 3 just before christmas. and or a gorgeous Lizzy Anne quilt!

    Pick me!

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  59. I love this fabric, I want to make my self a bag with it. I would use it as my purse and I'm sure I would be sending buyers your way if they wanted the same fabric. Its so beautiful!

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  60. OMG, those are adorable. I love the colors. I have been thinking of making a matching travel thingamabob (i don't know what you would call it) to throw in my carry on with a pocket for my ticket, my passport, some cash, and the keys for the locks on my suitcase. Stuff I always need to have close at hand and manage to shove to the bottom of my carry on every time.

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  61. How about fabric envelopes? I think it goes with the theme.

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  62. What great fabrics! I think I would make either some grocery totes or a happy apron.

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  63. cute, cute, cute. i'd make patchwork dish towels for my sister, these match her kitchen perfectly!

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  64. Adorable fabric collection! I would love to make appliqued t-shirts for my kids out of this fabric and add a bit to a skirt or embellish some jeans to coordinate!

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  65. I'd probably try some kind of patchwork. They are wonderful!

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  66. I would love to make a mini quilt with those fabrics. thanks for the giveaway opp!

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  67. holy moly yumminess! I'd love those, they look so good!

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  68. Chair shrugs!! The colors are perfect for my kitchen. Chair shrugs are simple to make and really brighten the table.

    Love your work!

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  69. I would use the fabric to make fabric oragami stars:

    http://www.nancysnotions.com/product/code/fospst.do

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  70. Not super creative (stupid preggo brain) but I think I will make semi matching quilted blankets for my soon to arrive baby boy and his blanket stealing sister!

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  71. I love these so much! I would love to make a baby quilt.

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  72. I don't see fabric. (Though it is ab-fab for sure!) I see a pony! A pony named Sprinkles made from a vintage toy pony pattern I've got stashed up my sleeve. Embroidered eyes and crazy yarn hair, plus my knack for sewing all things crooked, will give this pony just the right amount of sass and spunk. My only question for you and your SEXY fabric, is can you deny Sprinkles his right to prance?

    Thanks for the give away!
    Kisses!

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  73. I'm just learning how to sew, so I'm not sure exactly what I would make with them yet! If I won I'd be very open to suggestions :)

    Thanks for participating in giveaway and offering up such a great prize!

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  74. I plan on making a messenger bag for my Niece for Christmas and this material would be awesom done up as her bag! There would be enough left over to make her a matching kleenex cozy and small wallet too...maybe even a key strap...ooohhh...the ideas keep coming!

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  75. the post I made yesterday isn't showing :(

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  76. ohhh i love it these wold make such cut skirts for my daughter oh how i love the fabric pick me pick me!

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  77. I love this fabric. These would make a very pretty table runner. The colors remind me of the starts of spring.

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  78. I can't wait to make some pillows, or an apron, or a cute little baby quilt for my little guy that is on the way. The fabric is amazing!

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  79. I just looked at this fabric online. I would love to make a patchwork skirt or apron for my daughter. Although a bag for me would be nice too.

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  80. Very very cute fabric! I would love to use them for the clothes for the molly monkey doll I want to make after Christmas. And then I want to make Molly a little boy friend with matching clothes!
    Check her out if you have never seen her.
    http://mmmcrafts.blogspot.com/2008/07/drum-roll-pleasemolly-monkey-pattern.html

    bwrdavis@telus.net

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  81. well I'm so burried in "have to do" projects, that in reality I would probably just pet them for quite a while. But eventually, I would probably make purses or a quilt. Or maybe a little girls dress.

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  82. I'd love to make a lap quilt with that fabric. It would work well with the blue in my bedroom.

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  83. My sister-in-law is having her first baby in March, a boy!

    I would love to make a patchwork diaper bag (out of Amy Butler's new book) with these fabrics. She's a chic and stylish kind-of girl and I know she would be thrilled.

    Thanks for hosting the giveaway and I'm excited to have another fresh blog to pull inspiration from!

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  84. Adorable fabrics. Kim
    kguerrier@strongtie.com

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  85. I would love to make a coupon/receipt holder for the fabric stores I shop at. It will likely require all of the fabic, as my collection is HUGE.

    Thanks for including me!

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  86. I see myself using these to create a mixed media canvas combining my scrapbook supplies and these fabrics. I am thinking maybe sampler style with squares..some covered in thin layers of acrylic paint or clear glaze to add texture...I will have to bring in some glitter (ultra fine, of course) to give the whole piece some shimmer. And then...I need to find a good solid quote to put in tiny typewriter letters in a corner of the piece. Wow! Now I REALLY want these because I REALLY want to make this! Thanks for getting my creative juices flowing!
    jinglesells at gmail dot com

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  87. Curtains to keep my nosy neighbor to stop her peeping at us when we're having movie night in our basement ;)

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  88. I love your fabrics!!!! I am so inspired and would love to make a tote bag.

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  89. I'd have to make a bag that I could use every day, because these are just that awesome. But I also saw a pic of a flower where the petals were all different fabric pieces. Which to choose?!?

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  90. Definitely a banner of some kind. Maybe with big fabric yo yos and small circles of linen embroidered with the word SPRING, cause that's what it looks like to me :)

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  91. I'd love to make some cushion or pillow covers with the fabrics- they'd go great with the sofa cover we have :)

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  92. i am an expat and my sister is always sending us postcards from her travels. I think that a postcard books cover is in order and then I would use the fabric in a quilt for her, a small lap one she could keep with her inbetween all her travels as she lives between three countries. And the postcards, well we would send them to her. We may not travel much but we are always thinking of her. We are in Oman.

    thanks Clo

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  93. I love the colors of the fabric and the matching card gives me so many ideas for gifts

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  94. i would looove to make a lap quilt for my living room - your fabrics match perfectly!!

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  95. My young niece travels frequently by herself in order to see her father on holidays. I would love to make a travel pack for her with these fabrics, maybe a travel bag for her drawing pads, a neck pillow cover, a luggage tag.

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  96. My young godchild is an outdoor adventurer. We often go on 'expedtion' and he's always on the look out for creepy crawlers or even better, anything that flies. I would love to make him a kind of safari vest from the brown butterfly fabric and perhaps some pouches and drawstring bags to collect his nature finds?
    You're very generous!

    mirjamvdb at telfort dot nl

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  97. How fun Paula! I would love to create with your fabrics :)

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  98. I have a friend who is a pilot and it would be fun to make a softie airplane for them for their new baby with this!

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  99. They would make a great market tote!

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  100. these prints are screaming to be made into an art apron or activity tote for my kids!! happy holidays!

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  101. I would love to make my daughter a soft doll and doll quilt set. That would be really cute and she loves to play with both.

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  102. Wow, that fabric is really cute! My first thought was to make a knitting needle roll for my mom, or a gratitude wrap for my MIL (it's like a fabric book that holds cards and stationary for writing thank you cards and other notes). But I don't know that I'd want the fabric to leave the house...maybe a little quilt for a future baby? A couple of fat quarters would be the perfect size to tuck in around the baby in the carseat :)

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  103. Please, enter me in your giveaway..
    I will probably do a quilt

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  104. I don't think I can impress since I am a beginner crafter. However, I have been wanting to try making a bag so I would probably use these for that project. I have a such a hard time picking out fabrics for a project. It would be nice to have several coordinating fabrics to start with.

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  105. Probably a handbag - I have a new favorite pattern I'm using, and these would just look absolutely wonderful on something to carry around everyday!

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  106. I have been wanting to try a purse, and these would be perfect!

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  107. lots of little pouches and quilt pieces!

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  108. Clothing and bags for my kiddos! Both (3 and 7) would love it!

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  109. I am so nervous, believe it or not, I really want to win so I have to make sure my idea is extra good...the pressure!!

    I am a student and I am in need of a new laptop bag. But I want one with extra pockets so that I dont have to carry a purse around with me. I am seeing it already, some the fabrics could be used for each pocket. and then a little wristlet for me to carry coin around so that I can buy my dr. pepper.

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  110. I love the "air mail" stamp and would play up that teme making myself a great weekender/travel bag complete with makeup bag, the works! Why not, it's gifted fabric, right?!

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  111. I think this collection would be perfect to use when I redo my kids bathroom- as it has both feminine and masculine elements. I envision appliqué on a solid shower curtain, towels, and a bath mat, as well as using it as wall art. And if I have any left over, I can use it for dirty clothes bags.
    Thanks for the inspiration!
    How beautiful!

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  112. Birds and airmail... I'd use some of it to make fabric boxes for sorting our mail, as accents for a messenger bag.

    The scraps would make perfect notecard embellishments!

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  113. Wow! How fun! I would make fun little quilted zippered pouches for for friends as Christmas gifts!

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  114. I would love to use this fabric for a seat cover for my son's stroller. I totally picture this fabric on the go.

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  115. I think my origional post disapperead- sorry if I posted twice...
    I think this collection would be perfect to use to redo my kids bathroom- as it has both feminine and masculine elements. I envision appliqué on a solid shower curtain, towels, a bath mat, and wall art... and if I have any left over I can use it for laundry bags.
    Thanks for the inspiration!
    How beautiful!

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  116. Love that fabric! I'm really into bags right now, so that's an idea. Although this might be a good fabric to try something new!

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  117. These fabrics are wonderful. I would have so much fun making my little girl some adorable diaper covers and bibs with them!

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  118. I would make a child's coloring wallet for my boys and probably a patchwork basket.

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  119. I think your fabric would make lovely napkins matchin my linnen table cloth!
    Thank you for letting us Europeans enter!

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  120. I think they would work well as a lining to a spring coat I'm making for my little girl. And a passport cover or two of course.

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  121. I love your fabric. I'm not sure I have a super original idea for I'd do with your fabric. Being a quilter, my first thought is always "make a quilt". Although, I have been seeing some great table runners, placemats, and pillows. Things which I should be working on now, instead of looking at all of these wonderful give aways! Regardless, I will definitely be getting some of your fabric.

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  122. I think I would have to make some type of bag with them. Those are so pretty they deserve to be seen by everyone!!
    leslierose at gmail dot com

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  123. I'd love to use them as accents on a teepee tent I'm making for a young friend of mine!

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  124. ooh! i love your fabric, i've been wanting to make a little scrapbook out of fabric, i love the colors here, thanks for hosting such a great giveaway!

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  125. Lovely fabrics for some book bags. Two fat quarters will be enough for a bag, the third for the strap...
    ; )

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  126. I'd love to make a tote bag for my mom. She travels all the time in Africa, and this fabric would be perfect for a special bag for her.

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  127. I would probably make a whole kitchen set: curtains for the window, napkins, tea towels and potholders.
    josilva3 at yahoo dot com

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  128. Ooh, wouldn't it wonderful to make something that would end up on design*sponge! :)

    I think I'd make a fabulous bag for my sister (pukingpastilles.com) with all those fun prints to mix it up together.

    Great line!
    Naomi S. Adams
    http://killerbeedesigns.com

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  129. The fabric is beautiful. A cute quilt seems like a great way to display the fabrics.

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  130. Those are such gorgeous fabrics - and in my favorite colors too! What I would make would be a set of softies - cuddly stuffed imaginary creatures that my children could take along with them on all of their journeys. I would include a secret pouch that you could reach through the inside of the creatures mouth so that the kids could keep little treasures in there and also a fabric covered "creature passport" where you could write down where you have taken your creature and what you did there. Sort of like a little travel journal. That would be my flight of fancy. :)

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  131. Wow! What wonderful fabric!! I think my first impression would be to hoard these for myself and never be able to bring myself to cut into them. I would then realize that would be a real shame not to use them, so they would probably work their way into a smock dress with matching tote for my daughter!

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  132. ooo, something quilty! Wish me luck! :)

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  133. It's quilts quilts and more quilts that I make with pretty much all the fabric I get!! This would definitely be included! Thanks for the nice give away!!

    And 'cause sometimes blogger is weird:

    alissahaight at hotmail dot com

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  134. Wow, those are beautiful fabrics. I think I'd like to make a little girl's butterfly watcher outfit using those fat quarters. I'd use the brown fabric to make or embellish a cute sun hat. I'd use the bird fabric to applique a white cotton shirt. I'd use the rest of the fabrics to embellish a skirt or linen pants and make a bag for her to carry a butterfly and bird spotting book! Oh, how cute!

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  135. i love the colors!!! if i win, i'm going to make more mushroom plushies :)

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  136. I would love to make some lovies for my baby boy!

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  137. Thanks for welcoming Canadian participants! :) I'd be overjoyed to win!

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  138. how pretty! i think these would make great journal covers.

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  139. OOOO exciting! Im thinking a patchwork scarf would be perfect! Also something that I can carry with me all the time, small wallet, clutch, zippered purse etc.!!

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  140. What delicious fabric you have decided to part with! ~H

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  141. Wow, am I glad to discover your blog. And thanks for the giveaway! I love making bags, little ones. You can never have too many.

    Viv
    vboundy@gmail.com

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  142. Some fabric boxes would look beautiful with this fabric. It's beautiful.

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  143. Greetings from Finland!
    I love pouches and bags, so... ;)

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  144. Right now I love making capes to wear for myself and my girls (mostly because it leaves our hands free) and these seem to call out for a vintage cape pattern I have been storing for ages with oversized button and perhaps a matching jaunty had for my almost cool tween (think Nancy Drew but with a modern twist)...love the colors and love your blog! mtandg@yahoo.com

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  145. I'd like to make Pink Penguin's fabric tote.

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  146. The fabric looks lovely. I'd love to win. I would have to let it "age" and think about what to make.

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  147. I love these fabrics and it would be so hard to decide what to do with them before I even have them! I saw some great luggage identifiers today, or maybe a patchwork bag of some sort....I'm just getting into this crafting/blogging stuff!

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  148. I love birdies. . . and have longed for some of these--thanks! I hope I'm lucky

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  149. I'd love to make a bag with these fabrics so I can carry them around with me everyday and show them off!

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  150. LOVE LOVE LOVE these fabrics!!! The bathroom is in the midst of a redo and I couldn't find the right fabric until now....black and white tile and aqua walls are going to be beautiful w/the the black and aqua trellis fabrics!! GORGEOUS!

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  151. Well, I am on a serious clothes-making kick for my two-year-old daughter right now, so the fabrics would probably find their way into those projects. And, of course, I'd have to make matching outfits for my daughter's stuffed monkey! My little one would definitely get a kick out of that.

    Love these colors! Thanks so much for the chance to win.

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  152. Okay, maybe not too creative, but in my mind I've already made coasters, placemats and napkins for springtime dining, a small baby quilt with patches of other bright colors, headbands, baby shoes (for the well-dressed baby), and well, you get the picture. The hardest part is finding the pattern and project worthy of a great bunch of inspirational fabrics!!

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  153. I love these fabrics. I think I'd make my friend Kim, who has lost a lot of weight lately, a cool strip/patchwork looking skirt as these are so "her".

    If not I'd make myself a library book tote with them and keep it for myself! haha.

    Notecards I'd keep for sure. I mean I'd write them out to people, but they'd be my notecards. :)

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  154. I'd love to use these fabrics to make so cheerful cafe curtains for my kitchen!

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  155. I travel a lot and I would love to make some laundry bags, lingerie bags, and cosmetic bags for my luggage.

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  156. Wow!
    This is The giveaway!!!
    Those fabrics are so cute and adorable (as the note cards) and I would loooove to win.
    Thank you for your kindness and good luck to you all!!!
    Let the best win (or the luckiest :)
    Take a look at my blog and enter my give away :)

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  157. I love these fabrics. I think they would make the cutest baby blanket for a boy. or a girls.

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  158. Geez, my first thought was "Wall Canvas!" then I noticed the first comment said the exact same thing.
    These are such fun fabrics. There is a Growth Chart I've been wanting to make that those fabrics would be cute with...but a fun fabric necklace would be cute too.

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  159. Jennifer Chick-GrayDecember 3, 2008 at 4:21 PM

    I think that I would make a mobile of quilted birds for my daughter's bedroom. She is facinated with with them.

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  160. I'm having way too much fun discovering amazing new blogs through this SMS day...

    Your fabrics are utterly gorgeous, and if I were lucky enough to win, they'd be a beautiful match for a pair of yellowish-green coloured gloves I've just bought. I think a patchwork-y scarf, plus some homemade bias-tape and tiny covered buttons to trim the gloves would be a very worthy use of such prettiness!

    Thanks for offering up such a generous giveaway.

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  161. Some beautiful cushions for my couch would be perfect!!!

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  162. since i would like to play up all of the fabrics, i would make this patchwork purse: http://creativelittledaisy.typepad.com/creative_little_daisy/2006/06/two_little_tuts.html

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  163. The first thing I would do would be BRAG! Those are amazing, I really love the colors. I think I would use them to make quilted pouches to put the vintage button rings in that I am making for my friends in my craft group!

    Great giveaway!
    Cheers,
    Tracey

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  164. I think I'd like to either make a mini-quilt, or cover journals with this beautiful fabric! :0)

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  165. Oh happy day! Just to see these is a delight, to work with them will be a privilege! Thank you for a handsome set of fabric. You are spreading delight world over!
    Greetings from Finland,

    Kirsti

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  166. Oh my...beautiful fabric. I'm soo excited! I am dreaming of all kinds of goodies for me and me 8 month old daughter...a pinafore for her...perhaps a small diaper bag...a small quilt for her room...I'd love to make a knitted hat and take some pictures of her on her new little quilt...or a stuffed elephant from Patchwork Gifts...the ideas are a flowing!! Can you tell I'm interested...:)
    Thank you for the chance to win such a great giveaway! Happy Holidays!!
    jodym7@yahoo.com

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  167. Hmm, something impressive. Some kind of project bag, so I'll see it all of the time. Probably Yarn Monster's drawstring bag (http://yarnmonster.blogspot.com/2007/01/drawstring-bag-tutorial.html). Oh!, or a sewing bag (http://mackvilleroad.blogspot.com/2008/04/sewing-bag-tutorial.html).

    E-mail: teresaannpfister AT hotmail DOT com

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  168. What a wonderful giveaway - i think your fabric is beautiful and there are so many things I could do with it...although it is so beautiful I might just want to frame it for my craft room.

    I hope I win!

    lyannab@gmail.com

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  169. This is such pretty fabric! I would have to make a patchwork skirt out of it I think :)

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  170. Love love love these fabrics! I would make my first real creative sewing project with it, since I usually only make curtains and pillow cases lol. I saw a pattern for some sweet birds at Craftzine that I've been wanting to try, so that would be my answer!

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  171. I'd love to make a bag and a matching makeup case. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  172. I love these. They are so wonderful. I love to make softie birds and I think these would make a great flock to hang in a mobile I have been planning for my little chickadee's nest.

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  173. love to see this fabric made into a purse. i have been looking for just the right fabric. Love this day and will be back to visit your blog.

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  174. Wow - so beautiful! I'd probably make something for my boys - maybe softie airplanes or something else travel related!

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  175. I would love that fabric for a handbag and fabric covered buttons. It would also be pretty for quilt pieces.
    vangel34@gmail.com

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  176. I'd LOVE to win some of your fabrics!! Thanks for hosting such a generous giveaway. I'd surely use mine in a quilt.

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  177. Such great fabrics! I would like to make the most use out of them possible to also let others enjoy them:
    Bookmarks would look gorgeous. It also like to make little purses using felt and quilting the fabrics.
    Also I am preparing to create a holder for my passport as I started to travel quite a lot and it starts to look like it... ;)

    Greeting from Austria =)

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  178. I want this set! It would be perfect to make a knitting needle roll for my best friend, who just started knitting.

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  179. What a lovely grouping of fabric and such a great blog.

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  180. i think they'd make a great doll quilt!

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  181. hehe, such pretty colours!! and look at all the post you are getting.

    what would i do with them if i win? oh man oh man, that's a hard one, what wouldn't you do with them? I think i would make them into a spring themed place mats!!

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  182. You are so talented ... the fabrics are so pretty. The bonus is that I LOVE all things Ocean. I can see a sweet quilt to take to the beach next year. Thanks.

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  183. So pretty! I think I would make an apron or pillows for my bed, or something for my little girl.

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  184. Oh I would loooove this prize - thanks for being so generous!

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  185. It may not be the most creative way to use the fabrics, but they're just screaming to be a travel wallet.

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  186. Your fabric is awesome! I am on a Bird's Nest Box kick lately and would love to cover a set of boxes in this fabric! You can check out what they look like here:

    http://genevievegail.blogspot.com/2008/12/get-your-craft-on-birds-nest-boxes.html

    Keep up the great work, you rock!

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  187. Oh, gorgeous! I'd make a bag. Or maybe a cushion cover. Love the colours!!!

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  188. I have been wanting to do some canvas work with fabric, but haven't come round to it yet... Maybe now's the time??

    Contact:librosfera(at)gmail(dot)com

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  189. I've been waiting for these fabrics and imagining the fun things I could make for my daughters!

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  190. I think I would use them to make frames to frame embroidery that I would do with the birds from the material on them to put up in my daughters room. Love it.

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  191. Im looking for some fabric to stretch into wall art, between photos, paintings, ect. to give it a variety of textures...These would be perfect!

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  192. I would love to make the Claire Portobello Pixie dress with your fabrics featured for my 2 oldest girls.

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