Wednesday, February 25, 2009

WHAT'S A WINNER TO MAKE?

Would you make a dress like this one from Trillium Designs?



Or a peasant dress like this one from Lily Haven?

Or maybe a handbag like these from Dani Bags Boutique?


Oh, the list can go on and on. These lovely designers emailed me their creations and it gives me such pleasure to see all the each quilt, skirt, bedding.... There must be so many more goodies out there, I'm sure.
So in honor of my 100th post on SHOW + TELL I thought I'd provide some fabrics to help with the inspiration process. I will be giving a yard each of these three Flights of Fancy fabrics, and will throw in a square (3x3 image opening) photo frame from my Paula Prass Collection.
Leave a comment on what you might make. And please, if you already have completed projects, post a comment on what you made and add your creations to my Flickr Flights of Fancy Group.
I will leave this contest open for a week, so you have enough time to either finish up a project or consider what you'd like to make. May the creative juices flow! Feast your eyes on these spring color combos:

SPRING 100 POST GIVEAWAY


173 comments:

  1. I have no idea what I would make if I win. But I'm sure it will be lovely! LOL

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  2. Ooh, I just ordered some Flights of Fancy Fat Quarters (whew - that's a tongue twister!)... honestly not sure what I'm going to do with them yet, they're just pretty to look at for the moment. :)

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  3. My daughter needs new spring dresses - these colors are perfect for spring! I'd love to make her a cute little dress, and if I had enouh left over, a cute matching dress for her sidekick (her little doll that goes with her wherever she goes). Thanks for the chance to win!

    Jennifer
    jennifereladd at yahoo dot com

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  4. i would use it in a quilt, such pretty fabric. i would love to win as i have such a small stash
    luv2knit@roadrunner.com

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  5. I would definitely make a dress for my daughter. I'd love to make something like those beautiful dresses from your post. I love your fabric!

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  6. Skirts! Lots of skirts for my daughter to welcome hopefully the soon arrival of spring!

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  7. I would love to make a dress for my daughters with your fabrics. I recently found a pattern I want to make their Easter dresses with and your fabric would complete the look!

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  8. I would love to make a dress for my daughter. I'm new to the sewing world so I would LOVE to add these wonderful fabrics to my little stash! valerieann118@att.net

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  9. I'm very much into quilts right now so I would probably do that although I've been wanting to make a purse so... One of those two definitely!

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  10. I absolutely love that top dress, but you know, I think I would like to take on a summer tunic. I'm thinking sleevless and slightly fitted. Hmmm. I may have to go home and see what I can come up with now. I especially love the butterfly fabric.

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  11. That might be cute for aprons for my nieces. I have been meaning to make them some.

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  12. My daughter's room is a butterfly theme, and I have been wanting to make her some fabric storage containers to hold books and toys. The plastic bins on her shelf just don't have the same appeal to me as looking at beautiful fabric like this everytime I walk in to her room. This fabric would be perfect for the project!
    millkara@gmail.com

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  13. Hi Paula! What a wonderful giveaway, and congratulations on your 100th post!

    Let's see, I would either make summer dress for myself, or quilt a new picnic blanket (one with little pockets at the corners underneath for rocks to weigh the corners down). I've also been thinking about making a new tote and I think your fabric would be perfect.

    Hope you are having a wonderful day!

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  14. OH! I've been eyeing your beautiful fabric to make my daughter a dress! Maybe the Oliver + S bubble dress--she would just adore it in your butterfly fabric and I'd love working with it! I'd be super excited to win!!!

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  15. I'd definitely make something for my friend's daughter. Maybe an apron?

    ikkinlala AT yahoo DOT ca

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  16. I love these colors! I would make a birdie sling. I need one in new bright spring colors!!!

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  17. I have been dying to make myself a gorgeous apron - I love to cook and bake and could totally use a gorgeous apron to do it all in. I would love to do something like this (http://www.marthastewart.com/article/bakers-apron), maybe with a couple of complimentary fabrics. These fabrics look like just the inspiration I need to get started!!!

    Cynthia
    cabaute [at] gmail [dot] com

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  18. Oh my!! All of those would be wonderful choices, but I think I'd have to make a tote, some headbands and maybe a book cover or two. Things I could use everyday and enjoy those beautiful pops of color!!

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  19. Purses, and pouches, and pillows, and banners... or maybe a little baby quilt, since some of my friends are "trying" to get pregnant... If they keep trying, one of them is bound to make it!! :-D

    Thanks for the great giveaway! :-)

    Contact:librosfera(at)gmail(dot)com

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  20. oh I would love to win these fabrics, I will make tote bags for my teenage girls...
    or maybe pillow cases...
    Kathie

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  21. gorgeous fabrics and the dress by Trillium is FABULOUS!!

    I don't sew but my mom does :) so i would ask her to make my girls some fun summer skirts!!

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  22. If I win am I committed to what I mention here? What if I change my mind? Will you take the fabric back? Ooh, this is so nerve wracking! Trying to decide on ONE thing to make with such beautiful fabric!

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  23. Here is my creation:
    http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=20906246

    I adore all of the fabrics in this line (which is a feat I must say)

    I can think of loads of clothes that I'd happily make with some more of this fabric line!

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  24. I'm already planning my 8 month old's first birthday and I want to do a butterfly theme. I would love to make a dress for her a a garland for the party from your fabric. Love it!

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  25. I have the Farbenmix Tini and Celina patterns for my 5 and 7 year olds, and have been looking for the right fabrics. Your beautiful collection would be just perfect!

    Karen
    delandlilsmom at yahoo dot com

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  26. I have committed to making an apron for a charity auction and these would make such a classy apron! With the leftovers I could whip up my sweet granddaughter a little skirt or top! Love your work and congrats on the 100th post.

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  27. My first pieces of Flights of Fancy just arrived today and they are so pretty! If I was fortunate enough to win your giveaway I would probably make a tote for spring, possibly a skirt for my daughter, not exactly sure. What I am sure of is that the three 1/2 yards that I just received definitely will not be enough!! Thanks for the chance to win some of your beautiful fabric.

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  28. WOW! Those fabrics are beautiful! If I won, I would want to make at least one skirt. Maybe two since I am really into skirts right now. And definitely some kind of bag/purse because I need as many bags as I can get. Probably something to hold my makeup in too. Oh man I am running out of fabric! I love these so much! Here's hoping....

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  30. I have 3 little girls I can make matching twirly skirts using the 3 coordinating fabrics and for my 6 yr old son I can use the green coordinating fab for a tie for him (he certainly wouldn't want a skirt and pink's not his color, LOL!) It would all look cute for an Easter pic I can put into the frame!!

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  31. Congrats on your 100th post!

    Oh the ideas are flowing in my head now. I would make my daughter an adorable a line patchwork top using the fat quaters and material with a pair of little capri pants. I would also probably add a little cloth headband and macthing bag for her too.

    Oh the wonderful things i could do with that. How fun!

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  32. My daughter needs new skirts, dresses and of course matching bags, headbands, hats, etc.
    So that is what I would make with the fabric.
    Hope I win!

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  33. Great spring prints! I'd probably make matching skirts for myself and my daughter. Or a yoga bag or knitting bag...

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  34. I'd definitely make my little girl a dress with those cute fabrics.

    Congrats on your 100th!

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  35. I'm thinking a bag...or maybe some decorative storage containers for my studio?

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  36. Oh, I'm big into bags right now! Or an apron or two... either way, I'd save some for some quilts!!!

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  37. I would make matching outfits for my 22 month old and 5 month old daughters. I could fly forever with the compliments given my babes.

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  38. I would make some coordinated items for my sewing area--sewing machine cover, pincushion, fabric baskets!

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  39. Since I don't have any girls to sew for and I'm really into quilts right now. I would probably make a quilt or pillow out of it. Who knows I might even come up with something way more original:)

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  40. as boring as it might sound - I would make pillows. I have an all black couch that needs some pillows. my sewing machine is still broken, but I can hand sew :)

    I LOVE the green and white fabric.

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  41. Oh, my goodness--such lovely fabrics, so many possibilities, but so little time in which to make those possibilities reality! My daughter would take precedence over anything else...I'd let her choose what she would want Mommy (me) to make! She'd probably either want a dress or a quilt... :^D

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  42. I just love those prints. I made my granddaughters aprons for Christmas and they would love me to make more of them. These prints would be just perfect. So bright and cheery. Love the outfits as well. Good luck on this contest everyone.

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  43. Maybe some coordinating skirts or aprons for me and my daughter. After I do something with my precious yard of par avion!

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  44. I'd probebly make a apron of two. or maybe some skirts for my daughter.. So many possibilities with such cute fabric

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  45. I would most definetly make a table cloth, placemats and napkins for my table on the screened in porch. The colors are so pretty and springy they make me impatient for weather that's good for eating outside.

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  46. i would ask my mom to make my daughter a skirt.

    =) melanie
    http://melaniescrafts.blogspot.com
    melanieadey at hotmail dot com

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  47. I have wanted to dive into quilting for a long time now. I have the itch so bad and I am all ready a fabricaholic so it should be fun! Congradulations on the 100th post.

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  48. I really like the bag pattern shown above so I just might make that.

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  49. Aprons - Yes! Handbags - definitely! Oooh, and new sofa pillows... tabletoppers...lap throw...(somebody stop me...)

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  50. I would make something - a dress or skirt - for my daughter. The fabrics fit so well with her aesthetic sense.

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  51. Aprons - Yes! Handbags - definitely! Oooh, and new sofa pillows... table toppers... lap throw... (somebody stop me...)

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  52. I just started my own blog (http://www.NikkiInStitches.wordpress.com) and have had a lot of requests for quilting tutorials. I intend to do a block of the month, highlighting fabrics and fabric designers who's blogs I follow, and I would love to include you!

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  53. Oh, I especially like that butterfly print. I've been making little pouches and bags to put inside the big bags.

    I also have a god-daughter I can be sewing spring stuff for. Got the pattern already!

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  54. Oh, I think I would make a bag. Your fabrics are beautiful! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  55. I just ordered a few prints of Flights of Fancy last week. Wish I could have bought the entire line! It's so pretty!

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  56. I'm a quilter who loves fabrics that are as far removed from old-lady calicos as possible. So I'd def. put it in some fun patchwork!

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  57. I would love to make something like that peasant dress. Wowza!!

    It would be so fun to win these gorgeous fabrics!

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  58. I would make yummy spring-time coffee cozies! :)

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  59. I would start with a dress for my daughter then make bunting, a lap quilt, a zipper pouch.....the list is endless!

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  60. HI Paula, thanks so much for posting my pictures of my bags. I guess I don't have to tell you what I would be making with the fabric! It would be more bags in your beautiful prints.

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  61. I'd use the fabric to recover the seats on the chairs on my covered front porch. The fabric is wearing and it is in need of a little funkification.

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  62. The ideas are endless indeed! Let's see...I need a new zippered pouch, a cozy for my IPod Touch, a business card holder, a wallet, a pencil case...

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  63. I'm almost done with a baby quilt using your fabrics... I think I would start a baby girl themed one. I LOVE them.

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  64. I would totally make something for my new baby girl due in august!

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  65. I might make twirl skirts for my girls! They would be so cute for spring...then again, this fabric would make a gorgeous quilt! Maybe I'd have to make em both!:)

    Thanks, Natalie
    earnhearts(at)gmail(dot)com

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  66. Talk about gorgeous fabric. I would make a spring coat for my daughter. I've been planning something cute, maybe with a Peter Pan collar. This fabric would be perfect. She would squeal at the sight of those butterflies.

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  67. Thank you so much for posting a picture of my Butterfly Dream dress. :)

    I would loooove to win some of your amazing fabrics. I could think of many things I'd love to make. A tunic top for me... some pillows for my daughter's bedroom... I could go on and on.

    Big Hugs,
    Shannon

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  68. oh my gosh....color, color, color i have been dying to change the color of a bathroom in our home...guess what color it is now...wow i never thought you would have gotten that right, but you did...yes it is RED. i would love to take these colors into the bathroom to freshen it up (no pun intended)with this packet of inspiration i think i could go crazy! (my husband would probably think i did go crazy...he swore he would never ever paint the bathroom again--covering that color will be a nightmare, so he says) its up to you paula, will he or won't he! i'm so excited!

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  69. I would love to make that peasant dress with the fabrics, but I might get scared of the pattern. Instead I would probably make my daughter skirts out of them or use them to make quilts.

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  70. I would have to use it in a quilt, or maybe an apron for my daughter-in-law. She would love those colors too.

    tlnovak@mlnovak.com

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  71. An apron! Definitely a sleek yet feminine and fun apron! Good Luck me!

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  72. I'm expecting a baby and if it turns out to be a girl (I find out in 1 1/2 weeks) then I will be making a crib bedding set with your fabric or some really cute dresses. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  73. The peasant dress is so beautiful! I just love the design. I'd probably make little bags and accessories myself, or I'd use them in crafty paper projects such as cards and bookmarks etc. :)

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  74. I'd love to make my little girls matching dresses or ruffled skirts.

    mohoha@hotmail.com

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  75. I would make a pair of ruffle pants and a cute matching peasant top using all 3 prints (for my 3 year old little sweetie). I would put the scraps to use in a quilt!

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  76. If I won I would send my fabric to Shannon (Lily Haven) and let her create my daughter something.

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  77. I would make spring/summer dresses for my daughter. What lovely material!

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  78. Since I don't have little girls any more, I'd definitely use it for a beautiful quilt. The colors are fantastic! I do like the idea of peasant dresses if I ever had some granddaughters. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  79. I am dying to make a ruffled shirt and capris for my daughter--and this fabric is SO beautiful!!!

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  80. I would either make matching dresses for my two youngest girls (5 months and 21 months) - like the top one in this post (from my blog) http://fionassewing.blogspot.com/2009/02/catch-up-post-number-one.html, or perhaps peasant style skirts for my 21 month old and my 7 yr old daughters - as it is coming up to winter here and they can wear twirly skirts all year - it would add some brightness to otherwise drab clothes. Such lovely fabrics!

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  81. Beautiful fabrics! I would make a dress for my daughter with a pures nad hat to match! She is definitely the little fashionista!

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  82. I would definately make a dress or two with the gorgeous butterfly fabric and maybe a beach bag or a couple of tote bags with the other fabrics.

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  83. I would make some pillows for my new step daughters room. We will be blending our families this spring when their dad and I get married and I want to do something for them to let them know that we're all in this together and I think helping them sew pillow for their new room will be AWESOME!!!

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  84. AlyssaMoser@gmail.comFebruary 26, 2009 at 8:30 PM

    reversible aprons! I love fun cute fabrics for my aprons!!

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  85. Something for my daughter for sure and maybe some cute extras for my kitchen to make it a little for spring like!!

    Thanks for offering the give away!!

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  86. I'm so in love with your fabrics! I've already made 2 items (a twirly skirt and a knot dress) with the blue & green colorway. I would really love to make a shirred top & ruffle pants with the gorgeous fabrics on your giveaway. Thanks! Here's a link to the 2 items already completed:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/artsiegirl/3243310214/
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/artsiegirl/3242044725/

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  87. I'm totally thinking about a skirt for myself! I just love this fabric :)

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  88. I'm a bag lady.. so maybe a bag or a couple of wild pillows... thanks for the giveaway... love your blog and designs

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  89. I would like to design needlepoint designs that would complement the fabrics and then use the fabrics to make the design into a tote and or pillows. The frame of course would be great with small needlepoint design.

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  90. I would make few little plushies and a tote bag. I LOVE tote bags!

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  91. Spring dresses for my little princess. Who could resist a two year old in pink and butterflies.

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  92. Pillows, pillows, pillows is what I'd do with that beautiful fabric. I've been looking for the middle print everywhere...I can't believe I actually found it. Yahoo!

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  93. I would make tote bags and quilts.
    Thanks for the fun giveaway...the fabric is beautiful.

    loist0607@yahoo.com

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  94. Little dresses of course! I LOVE your fabrics!

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  95. What lovely, pretty fabrics! My daughter would be getting new dresses with those fabrics, probably a Feliz from Farbenmix.

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  96. peasant dresses for my daughter!! love the fabric!

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  97. Gorgeous fabrics! I would definitely make something for my girl with those fabrics or some throw pillows for my guest bed, especially since that frame coordinates, that would be perfect next to the guest bed. Cute!

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  98. I'd like to make a tote bag and/or messenger bag :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!

    blog[at]theluckyladybug[dot]org

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  99. Congratulations on your 100th post!

    With those fun bright colors I would have to make both my girls little springy dresses. They are 3 and 4 and love to wear matching outfits so I couldn't make just one. Then I'd have to take a picture to share with you and keep in that pretty frame!

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  100. I have been wanting to make a bag as a wedding favor for a wedding I am working on. These fabrics completely inspired me and I would love to be able to make up a few prototypes using these fabrics! :) Happy 100th post!

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  101. I love the bright colors. I would make a twirly skirt and a peasant top for my 2 year old.

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  102. I would incorporate the fabrics into a quilt
    maumauiginger(at)gmail(dot)com

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  103. I would make skirts for my girls! Those prints are so springy - they would be perfect!

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  104. I'm the same as Funky Kim!

    I have NO idea what I'd make; but it would be gorgeous. Maybe some pencil cases, phone pouches or tote bags?

    madebyethan [at] gmail.com

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  105. Congratulations on your 100th post. I don't know what I'd make...pillowcases, tote bags, shopping bags, etc. There are so many possibility.

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  106. I finished two totes yesterday with Flight of Fancy. I will get them posted soon.

    I would love to win these gorgeous fabrics! Hmmm . . . a bag or a quilt, it's a toss-up at this point.

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  107. I'd love the chance to win these beautiful fabrics! I'm working on designing my own patterns, and I think I could pull off some twirly, ruffly cuteness for my daughter with this!
    Thanks!

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  108. Wow, I know whatever I make it will be for my granddaughter to wear or for her room. She will go wild for the colours of these fabrics.
    DianeH
    laura84watt@gmail.com

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  109. I would make an apron for sure because believe it or not I have never made one yet. And I definitely need it!

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  110. My daughter is a "princess" and she wants a cape. How cute would a litte spring cape be with that butterfly fabric?!! I LOVE IT!

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  111. Ooh spring blouses for sure.
    Button-fronted pink butterfly ones with lime green puffed sleeves, lime and pink ones with shirred fronts and sleeves, tunic-style ones with bias binding necklines.
    Lovely.
    Congrats on 100 posts.

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  112. Congrats on 100! The fabrics are so wonderful! I make charity quilts and these fabrics would be great fo it. So colorful and full of life!!! Thanks for the giveaway!
    *hugs*
    Jackie
    jackie (at) jackiesue (dot) com
    http://tinyurl.com/jackiequiltblog

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  113. I would probably make dresses or aprons for my girls, that's the cutest fabric!

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  114. Hey Paula! I have pledged to make myself a cute bolero-type light weight jacket with your fabrics. I never get to make mytself something so I have pledged to use your beautiful fabrics for something for me

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  115. I would make a fun tunic or new bag for spring. I think either would be a good way to bring in the new season and look sooo cute!

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  116. It would definitely have to be something sweet for an adorable granddaughter! What beautiful fabric which gets the inspirations flowing...!

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  117. I think I would make some Easter purses for my girls. What cute fabric!

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  118. I would make a shirred bodice top and ftriple ruffle pants for my niece. I love your fabric so much! I've already made an apron skirt and knot dress that I posted on the Flights of Fancy flickr group.

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  119. I see two beach totes for my daughter and her friend. We are all going to the beach for a week in August. Hmmm..probably enough there to make one each for myself and her mom too!

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  120. Congratulations on your 100th post! I love these fabrics--so bright and cheery! Not to mention a respite from the cold and dreary snow!

    I would make coordinating pinafores for my daughters almost 4and 1 with some little ruffled pants to match! What fun...

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  121. For sure a quilt. A lovely comfie quilt!

    Thank you! I enjoy your blog so!

    Corrie126@hotmail.com

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  122. I would make a dress for my daughter, she loves butterflys! Thanks for the giveaway.
    chickenwing79(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  123. Oh I would love to make a pretty spring bag out of those! Holly
    bhc-law(at)juno(dot)com

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  124. I love the fabrics and have the perfect project in mind. A neighbor who brings my daughter home everyday from volleyball practice. An apron that is handmade is just perfect for someone who gives of her time for me.

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  125. A peasant blouse and skirt for my granddaughter is what I would make. The prints are lovely!

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  126. I have 3 grand daughters ages 7, 3 and 1 that need matching outfits! I could get soooo creative with these beautiful fabrics for inspiration!

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  127. I'd love to make something for myself with these beauties.... well the butterfly's would likely go to a little peasant blouse for my little girl... but, the other two I would hog for myself!

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  128. Seeing how summer is right around the corner, I am starting to think about what sort of sun dresses and skirts to make so my daughter can look good and feel cool. These fabrics would be perfect!

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  129. I had just seen a pattern for pajamas at another blog site
    http://blog.fabshophop.com/blog/?p=527 and was thinking that they would be perfect in the Flights of Fancy fabrics when I clicked on your blog site! That's what I would like to make.

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  130. I would use this beautiful fabrics for a quilt for our Hugs Ministry at church. We make quilts and pair them with stuffies for the local fire and sheriff's departments to give to kids in crisis. Thank you for the opportunity to win these fabrics. It would be a great help as we are totally supported by donations. Take care and God bless, Cory

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  131. I would make a super awesome baby dress for my niece to be! I imagine she will be very lovely in those bright cheerful patterns.

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  132. I would make dresses for my daughter or a springtime tunic for myself.

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  133. I have a special project I call, "from the heart". I sew infant and maternity items which I donate, 100%, to an outreach program here in Tucson, Arizona, that seeks to help mothers-in-need at the Arizona-Mexico border. Many babies here go home from the hospital wrapped in newspaper because their parents cannot even afford receiving blankets or newborn clothes.
    So what would I make with these gorgeous, uplifting fabrics? I'd make some infant bonnets to help keep the strong summer sun out of the babies' eyes with some glorious infant tops to match! Babies clothes don't need to be made in boring pastels. Vibrant colors and patterns stimulate their minds and make everyone around them feel happy! These fabric selections would certainly accomplish those goals!

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  134. i would love to make that awesome tote!! =0

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  135. I would make some nice yoga accessories for myself from this upbeat colorful fabric. I need a yoga mat cover and I could use a bolster and a neck roll pillow. Yoga has changed my life and now I would appreciate winning so I can change the way it looks. LOL. thanks and wonderful blog site!

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  136. PLEASE I have a need for this fabric as I have little gals just begging for dress!

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  137. I just recently found your gorgeous fabrics and I think I would make a tunic and a skirt for my little daughter with those fabrics.

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  138. I've seen some fantastic handbag patters by Vogue. I can envision them already.

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  139. The fabric is beautiful! I would make a dress for my daughter and one for her teddy bear, too!

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  140. I'd make something for our future nursery - maybe a quilt or crib sheets....or a cute tote...too many possibilities! Lovely colors!

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  141. I have a new niece coming any day now. And that girl needs some clothes...super cute clothes. And I think your fabric would be PERFECT!

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  142. I've been itching to make an apron and that fabric would be gorgeous for it!

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  143. I would make craft aprons for my friend's little girls.

    thanks!

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  144. Desperately need to make some fun funky pillows for our new sofa!!!

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  145. Happy 100 Posts! I daren't enter since I haven't had a chance to make that quilt yet!

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  146. definitely twirly skirts, lots of twirly skirts for my daughter!

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  147. I would make some summer jammies for my daughter and probably a dress too.
    The butterflies material would make lovely jammies.

    LisaB72

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  148. Oh my, I would make something for my sister who is expecting a baby girl this summer.

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  149. I'd use these pretty fabrics to make a slipcover for s sweet little slipper chair that I have in my dressing room. And maybe then get more to make some valances to match!

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  150. Baby bibs and burp cloths for a very good friend!!!!

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  151. Oh how beautiful. I am planning on making a baby quilt for my best friend. She is expecting her first baby in July. Thank you for your generous giveaway.

    Take care,
    Lisa

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  152. I would make my daughter a feliz apron pinafore skirt or dress. She just adores green-more than anything.

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  153. I think I can see a funky covered bulletin board. I've got some great mirror frames that I think your fabrics would look fabulous adorning the frames and my walls;0).
    blessings,
    tonyad

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  154. I just finished redecorating a bedroom and used your "Flights of Fancy" fabric in frames for art work and the brown garden trellis for pillowcases. I could make a quilt for the room if I win!

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  155. I would love to make some wall hangings for my daughter's bedroom if I win. Beautiful fabrics!

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  156. I just discovered your blog...totally love your fabric and creations! I have three little granddaughters (2 1/2 and under) and would make them adorable clothes...they would be so cute...! And I would have to buy additional yardages to make even more outfits....SO...PICK ME!!! webedodges@sbcglobal.net

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  157. I just discovered your blog...totally love your fabric and creations! I have three little granddaughters (2 1/2 and under) and would make them adorable clothes...they would be so cute...! And I would have to buy additional yardages to make even more outfits....SO...PICK ME!!! webedodges@sbcglobal.net

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  158. Oh the possibilities! The lattice in lime is perfect for a series of mats. I have some great black and white prints and black frames for my living room and this fabric would give them punch. The pink tiles would definitely go in the guest room...maybe roman blinds? And the papillion is perfect for pillows...oooh or a library tote, or maybe an eye mask and neck pillow for flights...oh, I can't decide!

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  159. Hi--I just found your blog via the QuiltHome newsletter. Your fabric looks so fresh and pretty. I would make something for my home--a throw & matching pillows. Perfect for spring & summer.

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  160. Oooh, I would most definitely make something for my little missy (or maybe even something for myself). This upcoming spring season has me itching to sew!

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  161. Congrats on 100!
    I'd make something pretty for my 10 year old daughter.

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  162. What a generous giveaway. All your fabric is so beautiful and fresh! I would love to be the lucky winner...I would definitely make something for my two girls. Keeping my fingers crossed.

    P.S. I have seen your studio makeover before and was just looking at it again in the magazine photoshoot. I am drooling... you really did a fantastic job of recreating your laundry room...love love love it!
    Take care,
    Diana

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  163. I would make something special for my daughters. They LOVE it when mommy sews special things for them! This gives me the excuse to buy Yummy Fabric!!
    --Kelly
    kellymackey@mcsd.us

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  164. I would make something for my daughters. They LOVE it when mommy sews special things for them! This gives me the excuse to buy Yummy Fabric!!

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  165. I have a glider that needs to be slipcovered. I would make a slipcover for the cushions it would give it such a fun look.

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  166. Your fabrics are lovely. I would make something for myself as I am crazy about the colors.

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  167. I have a niece who desperately needs a quilt made by her auntie. Such pretty fabric!

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  168. I'd for sure make my two girls matching peasant style tiered dresses!!! I love your fabric and the frame is adorable!!

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  169. I'm in the midst of having my bathroom and guest room repainted and I am in LOVE w/your fabrics!! A shower curtain for the bath and window treatments in the bedroom are in the works and perhaps a throw pillow or two!

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  170. I'm in the midst of having my bathroom and guest room repainted and I am in LOVE w/your fabrics!! A shower curtain for the bath and window treatments in the bedroom are in the works and perhaps a throw pillow or two!

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  171. I'd make cosmetic bags and purse organizers---and maybe a bubble dress for a little girl.

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  172. Oh the purses I could make with this beautiful fabric! I am crossing my fingers!

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  173. I would absolutely make my girls some matching outfits.

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