Wednesday, May 27, 2009

The Sewing Studio - MAY DAY GIVE.A.WAY

A La Mode MAY DAY GIVE.A.WAY Rules.... I am more than excited to be participating in the May Day GIVE.A.WAY!!! I'm going to keep it real with all of you guys... it was a hard choice to pick which fabrics to go with! I decided to lean a little more to the boyland, since my Coin Give-a-way was very girlie... I hope you like what I chose! ;) I have included 4 fat quarters of each of these darling prints { Lush - moss deer, Lush - paint by number moss camo, Flea Market Fancy green dots, & Joel Dewberry - lime wood grain }. Okay… so if your interested… Here’s whatcha do… please leave a comment on this post with your contact information and the name of your favorite quilt pattern that you would use these fabrics in { gives me ideas for my next projects wink, wink }! That’s it! Easy Hugh??? ♥ Entries/ comments will be open until 9:00 pm (Pacific) on Sunday, May 31 Now… if you’d like to gain yourself an extra entry… sign up as a follower! Just leave a second comment with your contact info again :)

468 comments:

  1. ooh I LOVE these. I have a big thing for log cabins. What a great giveaway

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  2. I would love to use those fabrics in a cozy throw for movie watching & knitting on the couch. Right now I can't get enough of strip quilts, but I think the Lush prints might be better served by a large block pattern - maybe Denyse Schmidt's "There Goes the Neighborhood"

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  3. I have only done a coin quilt and found it to be a good and easy pattern for me.

    Would love to be in the running for the giveaway please.

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  4. I am now following this blog!
    & checking out the shop.

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  5. I would use them in the Let it Be pattern. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  6. yum. These are some of my favorite fabrics. I'd probably try my hand at a improv log cabin with these.

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  7. I'd like to try a project from the book 90 minute quilts. I always have so many projects going on that I'd love to be able to start and finish something in just a few hours.

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  8. So my current thought-obsession quilt pattern is a clamshell like Kaffee Fassett's from Museum Quilts...one day.

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  9. oh I love these fabrics. I'd love to do a lap quilt, either a crazy log cabin or some flying geese. both have been on my mind lately.
    thanks for the giveaway!

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  10. I think that using these fabrics in a larger scale would be good. Perhaps just simple blocks joined with sashing, or a log cabin style.

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  11. oh nice giveaway! I would use them to do a star pattern ;)

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  12. Holy awesome giveaway. I just finished a crazy nine-patch, and I loved the pattern! I am amandafetters at gmail dot com. Thank you!!

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  13. GREAT FABRIC!!!

    I've been having fun doing improvish blocks lately. I would probably use the fabrics for that.

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  14. I'm not much of a pattern user. I would use these to make some scrappy blocks.
    Love these. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  15. I would use those fabrics as part of a coin quilt, log cabin, or nine patch. I never know until I hold the fabric in my hands :)

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  16. I am afraid I don't know much about quilt pattern names and such, but you need something that will display the paint-by-number fabric really well. I like something like this: http://www.pinkchalkfabrics.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=39_76_81&products_id=653&zenid=fb6bc205634896863df562c8798bbb4e
    for the fabrics you have selected...but that's just an idea;-)

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  17. what fantastic fabrics! I have only made one quilt so far so am not the best person to ask about quilt patterns! i do know that I have seen so many wonderful ideas on blogs that I will not be short of inspiration for years! thank you for such a lovely giveaway and a lovely blog.

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  18. Oh these are amazing fabrics!! I would definitely make a load of improv pieced log cabin blocks with them since that seems to be all I make these days!! But those deer are perfect for some fussy cut centers!!! Thanks for the generous give away!

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  19. These are great! I haven't made my first quilt yet, so I don't have a favorite just yet. But I would love to try a newborn sized one to get my feet wet!

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  20. I'd use these to make a nine patch quilt. Great fabric!

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  21. um wow i love your blog and all your fabric choices! we could be long lost fabric twins! i would use the fabric in a wonky log cabin quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  22. i'm a follower!
    jacquelynbateman@hotmail.com

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  23. I would love these fabrics for a simple block quilt!

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  24. I would love to make something with these fat quarters for my 2 young boys. Maybe a coin quilt or a rag quilt.

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  25. Chelsea Forsythe: Follower, forsythechelsea@yahoo.com

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  26. Love these fabrics! I was thinking about using some in a pattern from the Modern Quilt Workshop book. It's called outside the box and I have some woodgrain fabric that I was going to use for the "frames." Thanks for hosting this awesome giveaway. (My email is poohba02(at)yahoo(dot)com.)

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  27. I'm pretty new to quilting, but I do love the log cabin patterns. Thank you for the chance to enter.

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  28. My favourite pattern is the nine patch. I don't think I would use these fabrics in that block if I was fortunate enough to win. Maybe a landscape.

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  29. My new favorite quilt pattern is the zigzag stripe from the Purl Bee, however I think the Lush fabric may not work very well with that pattern. But a simple log cabin with the fussy-cut print in the middle would work very nicely.

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  30. Oh, and I am now following your blog. :)

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  31. new to the quilting arena but currently hexagon mad so would try something incorporating hexagons I think...

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  32. Love these fabrics! My favorite quilt pattern is log cabin. Count me in!

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  33. I would use these in a simple pinwheel- big blocks, to show off the lovely fabrics!

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  34. i think these would look great as a strip quilt, or something with big blocks to highlight the fabric. [love love love those deer]. thanks@

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  35. What a beautiful give away! May I join it?

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  36. Wow, thanks for the give-away. I love how "boy" they are. I'm already a follower...not sure if I'm public about it though...may still be in the closet about it!

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  37. This fabrics are gorgeous! They would show off great in a Mixtape Quilt http://www.ohfransson.com/oh_fransson/2009/01/index.html
    Elizabeth actually used the deer fabric in her Mixtape Quilt 3 - check it out!

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  38. These fabrics are cool! I have not done quilt before, in Singapore you don't really need one. But I think these fabrics work great for making bags too, would love to use them for making bags.

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  39. wonderful giveaway!! I think I'd use them in Oh, Fransson's hedgerow quilt.

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  40. I haven't actually sewn a quilt yet, but have been wanting to tackle it and have been inspired by the scrap quilts on the http://pleasantviewschoolhouse.blogspot.com/ blog. My email is shannon.mangerchine@gmail.com

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  41. okay I'm a follower now! :) And I love your baby rag quilts by the way!

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  42. Lovely fabrics! I'd use these to make 'Double Hourglass Quilt' as featured on Lovely Little Handmades

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  43. Lovely fabrics! I haven't made my first quilt yet, so I don't have a pattern to recommend. But I'd love to use these fabrics to make draw-string bags to carry my knitting and other stuff. Such fun prints! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  44. I agree that the quilt pattern would have to be something that would show off the larger print. As I am a newbie quilter, I would actually make these into some bad-ass pants for my little Tom-boy. :)
    josilva3(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  45. Wow, what beautiful fabrics! I'm fairly new to quilting and would love to try a log cabin quilt with these included! Thanks for the chance to enter! =)

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  46. I have an nephew on the way that needs this fabric in a blanket. it would be perfect. I think it would be great in the tutorial Vanessa christenson just did for moda bakeshop

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  47. Count me in...I love the fabric choices! If I were the lucky winner, I would make a rag quilt...I know far stretch for you but rag quilts are my passion! Rag Quilts shout out coziness to me. I love other quilts but rag quilts are me heart!

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  48. I think these would be great for improv to log cabin quilt. Those take a different look every time depending on the fabric selection.

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  49. I think I'd alternate a log cabin block and then a framed block of the large print. Great giveaway!

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  50. what cute fabrics! I like log cabins which would be great with this awesome fabric! thanks!!

    flip_em8@hotmail.com

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  51. I would use those lovely fabric to make Scott's Surprise from the book Loose Change by Claudia Plett and Le Ann Weaver!

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  52. P.S.
    I have been a long time follower!

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  53. I'm looking everywhere to find/buy this fabric, but until now without succes... So I LOVE this giveaway!!! I would make a nice scrappy-like logcabin quilt out of it (with the bigger panels of the deer in the middle), with some nice brown sashing. It would fit perfectly as a throw on our couch. so please count me in ^_^

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  54. Such desirable prints. My fingers are itching to get these. The deer print is so great, I think you need to leave it in large chunks. But the other prints would be great for the Carrot Cake pattern from Barbara Brandenberg

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  55. I've been wanting to make a quilt with larger blocks lately (like the Amy Butler one in the In Stitches book). The paint by number fabric needs to be shown off, not cut up!

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  56. I am in the process of compiling fabrics to make a quilt for my first (and only) boy. I am basing it on a racetrack quilt pattern - Encyclopedia of Classic Quilt Patterns by Patricia Wilens

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  57. i am all about the disappearing ninepatch. It showcases fabrics but still keeps the design interesting.

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  58. Fun giveaway!

    I just recently finished a quilt using Oh Franssons mixtape quilt pattern that I love!
    I also love anything denyse schmidt-ish!

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  59. gorgeous fabric! I plan to make a bag or add them to a quilt for my boys.

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  60. I am now a follower too!
    vintagefern@gmail.com

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  61. Oooooo, since I wouldn't want to lose the awesomeness of this fabric in small pieces, I'd go with a yellow brick road pattern. My favorite pattern because it's quick too!
    You can contact me at quayandco@gmail.com
    Thanks!!

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  62. Love these fabrics. I would definitely make a wonky star with that deer smack bang in the middle!

    ANd I am now a follower. I didn't know you had a blog but I "know" you from flickr!

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  63. Well, I've never quilted before, but I've been toying with the idea now that baby boy two is on the way. (wanted to make my own nursery stuff this time) So no suggestions, but these would make something super cute I'm sure! Thanks for hosting a give-a-way today!

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  64. Oh definitely sawtooth stars with the deer fussy cut as the centres and the green bark effect the background with the two others as the star points and/or sashing between the stars - lovely fabrics, please count me in

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  65. I would probably use them for a pattern out of the Denise Schmidt Quilts book. Something with larger pieces like What a Bunch of Squares or Hop, Skip and a Jump.

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  66. My fav quilt pattern is the Chinese stacking coins. Don't know why but it always has been. I'm getting ready to start one for my hubs that these fabrics would look great in!

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  67. Hmmm... I'm thinking a bricks design (ala Amy Butler). Love the fabrics!

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  68. Great fabric choices! I have only ever done one quilt and it's still waiting to be bound, but maybe I would try another with these. Not sure what pattern.

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  69. So pretty! I would probably use them in a coin quilt. I've been wanting to make one of those. :)

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  70. Love em! I'd love to try a kind of asymetric type pattern on a white background...

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  71. I think I would just make a plain old patchwork quilt. What great fabrics!

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  72. I'm not sure which pattern I'd use for this fabric yet, but right now I'm working on a nine patch quilt that I'm really enjoying; you can switch up the fabrics is so many ways to get such different results! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  73. Since I have only done strip quilts, I would probably use this in one of Denyse Schmidt's log cabin type quilts. I love these 4 fabrics...thanks for the chance!

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  74. I would make a wonky log cabin pattern.

    Thank you for hosting this amazing giveaway.

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  75. Oh, those Lush are some of my favourites that I don't have in my stash. They would be perfect for a quilt for my son. I would make a wonky log cabin...

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  76. Fun! I would use it for a pattern from Material Obsession but I haven't decided which one. They're all so cute!

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  77. I definitely need a blanket of some kind. Very cute fabrics.

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  78. I would love to make the candy bar road quilt, I think that is the name of the quilt pattern. It looks like it would be a good choice to showcase the prints on the fabric.

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  79. I LOVE the paint by number fabric! Sidelights is a great pattern for fabric you want to leave in a larger intact swath. And I couldn't bring myself to cut that awesome fabric too much!

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  80. Sweet fabrics!
    I'm not much help in the pattern area. I'm working on a quilt, so I would probably incorporate the fabrics into something like that.
    Angelia
    momtwoangelsATyahooDOTcom

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  81. Beautiful! Love those Lush prints. Have you made a zigzag quilt yet?

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  82. These fabrics are really awesome. They would look great in a wonky log cabin quilt.

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  83. I would use them in a some kind of diamond pattern, so you could see a lot of the design.

    Thanks for the giveaway. You can reach me at http://kitknitty.com.

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  84. I love kaleidoscope quilts....with your fabric I'd probably make a fun quilt for my brother, so I don't know yet.
    rae_sunshine4 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  85. Great fabrics, and what a generous giveaway! I'd probably so some sort of improv block so that I could feature the deeer - so cute!

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  86. LOVE these boy fabrics. I would definitely use them to do a 9-patch, or maybe some kind of triangle design, combined with linen.

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  87. Great fabrics! I would do a nine-patch, but then, I'm just starting out!

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  88. I love a good coin quilt - but I think my next project will use the Bento Box pattern - I have seen some amazing ones online!

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  89. umm...free form quilting, please. no pattern. just winging it.

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  90. I am newer to quilting, so I would probably do a simple block pattern. But the fabric would be great for a throw for my husband.

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  91. Ew, these would be so cute paired with demin for my grandson. Count me in.

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  92. What a fantastic giveaway! My mother is making a Bento Box quilt in blues that is gorgeous. I have been wanting to start one myself, and I think these would look great!

    Thanks for including me in your drawing!

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  93. what about take 5? that is a cute pattern. thanks for the chance to win!

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  94. Wonderful fabrics! My little guy likes to see the designs on the fabric, so I would do a staggered brick pattern for a lap-sized quilt.
    Cheers,
    Dionne

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  95. I think I would do half-log cabins with large center blocks do I could fussy cut the deer.

    Really lovely fabric!

    Sue Cahill (sboetsue at yahoo dot com)

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  96. I'm a follower!
    Cheers,
    Dionne

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  97. a log cabin would be very cute with those

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  98. I dont quilt, but I do sew amazing little dolls @ http://thericebabies.etsy.com

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  99. I think it would be a square in square quilt to accent the large lush print. Great giveaway.

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  100. Ooohhh! I would use these for a cathedral window quilt.

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  101. I love these! Scrappy log cabins are my favorite.

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  102. Oh my, I have no idea what pattern I would use. I just do what the fabric tells me.

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  103. I usually make girl stuff, but I'm sure I could find a boy around in need of some handmade goodness.

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  104. Guess what... I have a baby boy! Finally, something that is not just for girls! I think I would us these to do a simple block quilt so the deer is a larger print. Maybe a few nine patches thrown in the quilt with the smaller print. Way cute!
    mamaogg(at)gmail(dot)com

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  105. Boy fabrics, I love it. I'm formulating a plan for a baby quilt for my cousin, who's expecting a boy in October. I love wonky improvisational log cabin type squares. Is that general enough for you, haha. I like to be inspired by the fabric as I construct squares, and I like to highlight special fabrics in the middle of the blocks.

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  106. I like the wonky log cabin...thanks for participating!

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  107. Great fat quarters (and hard to find by me as well!). I'm really enthralled with the stacked coin quilt pattern. I'm making one for my newborn daughter right now.

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  108. I would use JUST CAN'T CUT IT so I could see the lovely LUSH deer. :D

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  109. I am already a follower. :D

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  110. Oh my goodness what fun fabrics - definitely a log cabin with the paint-by-number centre - thanks for the chance to win

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  111. I have to say that if I won these fabrics they would feature in my very first quilt - but I would love a quilt made up of quite large squares (hopefully quite easy?).

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  112. I love coin quilts! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  113. hmm...i would have to go with the coin quilt that has been on my mind for a few months

    nabeegel at gmail dot com

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  114. I'd make a basic square patchwork pattern so as to show off the prints at their best!

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  115. Oh my, i love these, and have never been able to find the paint by number in person:(
    I would make something quilted like my coffee sleeves or pouches:)

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  116. I think I'd do some sort of improvisational large block quilt that involves fussy cutting the deer motifs! And, you have a lovely shop, by the way!

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  117. Wellllll I don't know what to give you as quilt advice since I don't make quilts. I can however say that I'm drooling over that fabric, ESPECIALLY that woodgrain piece.

    thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  118. I'm following now, so here is another post! :)

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  119. I'm now a follower!
    thefabricshopper@gmail.com

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  120. I love these fabrics! They'd make a great baby quilt using one of the Oh Fransson patterns.

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  121. Fun! I love Oh Fransson's patterns that she sells on her Etsy shop - these are fantastic prints!

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  122. Ohh! What a good question. I think I would make either a Candy Road (I am pretty sure that's the name) or a fussy cut square in a square to show off the deer. I would definitely make it for my mom. She'd love the fabrics! =]

    http://hermionejschwartz.blogspot.com

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  123. My favorite quilt pattern is a fan, but these fabrics would be better in a log cabin quilt. Lovely.

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  124. What a great choice of fabrics, you are so generous! I would probably use them in a coin quilt to make a baby boy blanket for a friend that is due with her first child soon. Maybe surround it with some chocolate brown or dark blue?

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  125. I really been wanting to make a quilt with inset circles... no clue what it's called though. These fabrics are fabulous!

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  126. fabulous prints! i am very new to quilting and don't yet have a favorite pattern. something simple... like blocks in a row :)

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  127. Weeellll....I'm not a quilter, but I ADORE that fabric. I would probably use it to make a Buttercup bag (free pattern on MadebyRae).

    http://madebyrae.blogspot.com/2009/02/free-buttercup-bag-sewing-pattern.html

    How cute would that be??

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  128. would love to make a cute quilt for one of my 3 boys!!! how about a Happy Scrappy Squares quilt... I can see it now. :)

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  129. Oops! Contact info is:
    migrations06@yahoo.com

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  130. i adore that fabric. I am thinking about a crib pillow for my nephew. Charming!

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  131. Oh, I would love to win these fabrics! Only having made three quilts so far, I don't really have a favorite pattern, but gets lots of inspiration from a few blogs. Film in the Fridge, House on Hill Road, Handmade by Alissa and Oh Fransson.

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  132. log cabin fo sure!
    stephaniefredrickson at yahoo dot com

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  133. The deer print would need to be in a big patch to visualize it best. So I would think about doing medium size squares of that with other prints log cabined around it.

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  134. I would make them into large blocks...very beautiful fabric!

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  135. My only quilt has been the SMS doll quilt, and it was really cute. I'd love to do the coin quilt next.

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  136. Fabulous fabrics! I'd probably make something like a Take 5 quilt with them. They're so much fun!

    Thanks for the giveaway,
    Alison
    http://alison.knitsmiths.us

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  137. i love these prints! I am not sure what I would use these in, I've been into simple designs lately, so maybe a square in square or just square quilt. Thanks for a great give away

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  138. Log Cabin-I have never done one before:) Lovely fabric.

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  139. I think I would do a variation on a stacked coin with these, with varying lengths to showcase the woodgrain and paint by numbers. Fun!! I can be reached at dmacclelland(at)gmail(dot)com

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  140. This would be perfect in a strip quilt. For sure. Love these fabrics. Thanks!

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  141. Hmm, not sure about a pattern because I'm not really good with patterns, lol. But I would do something that would definitely showcase the great prints :)

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  142. Love these, I would do a impromto log cabin with these. Thanks! dbmarissa (at) gmail (dot) com

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  143. Hey, girl! My favorite quilt pattern is a simple color block with white sashing. It makes it easy to see the fabrics and they stand out against the white! Great giveaway!

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  144. well, i have not tried quilting yet, but i can think of lots of fun things to do with these fabrics!! i am also a huge fan of rag quilts and would love to try my hand at one! thanks for the opportunity!

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  145. I would love to use these fabrics to make a quilt for my son...I tend to make way more stuff for my daughter and feel very bad about it :(

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  146. Cute fabrics. Well, I don't have a pattern since my next quilt will be a "crazy" quilt. Thanks for the give-away.

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  147. I've been wanting to make an Urban Amish. Designed by the ladies here:
    www.quiltology.com

    -carriechilton@gmail.com

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  148. Oh, and I signed up to follow your blog. Fun stuff!

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  149. Oh man, these are some fabrics that, when made into a quilt, even my brothers would accept! :) I have been wanting to try a modified log cabin...but my other current "want to try" is a Bird Cage block, and that would showcase the deer print really nicely.

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  150. I want to use these in a whirlygig quilt.

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    www.craftyheidi.wordpress.com

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  151. I LOVE the lime wood grain!

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  152. I'm addicted to the lush deer :) Of course I'm hoarding them because I don't know what to do with mine but if I win these would be added to the stockpile. Of course that doesn't help you. I'm going to do a pretty simple square in square design with Wildwood. It's a plain jane design but I think it will let the fabric stand out. Have you done a mixtape quilt yet? The pattern by Oh Fransson? That's a fun one.

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  153. I was already a follower but I think that should still count! :)

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  154. there is chenille backed blanket from craftapple.wordpress that i would make.

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  155. I'd like to make a patchwork quilt...first one I've tried so would love this fabric.

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  156. Disappearing 9-patch patterns are easy. Thanks for the chance.

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  157. I'd use it for a wall-hanging of some sort. Love the paint by numbers fabric. Wish I'd purchased the birds version.

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  158. So great. I'm new to quilting, but I want to try a coin quilt.

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  159. Hmmmm, love the fabrics. I really want to try making a strippy quilt, so I might try that.

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  160. I love the camo and deer prints. I still haven't seen them locally with heaps of hunting. I'm a bit fan of wonky log cabins, so I'd use the bigger pieces as center/key blocks and add the others around them.

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  161. What great fabric! I'd make a disappearing 9 patch, with squares big enough to show off the deer. jlk625@gmail.com

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  162. First off, thanks for choosing boyish stuff! I'm a mom of three boys (teenagers) and it seems like nearly all blogs and crafty sites focus on girlie stuff. Totally cool to see some guy stuff on here. Second, I would probably do a courthouse steps quilt with these, or maybe some cool patchwork pillow cases. Just a thought!

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  163. I'm all about the star pattern. Or just simple squares!

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  164. My favorite quilt pattern is a crazy quilt. I just finished one, and I can't wait to work on another.

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  165. Oh they are so cute, at the moment I am in love with coin quilts and with Disappearing 9 Patches, can't decide which is best.

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  166. maybe a flying geese?? i havent tried one of those yet...

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  167. I would be making my first ever quilt. The fabrics would go great with the nursery theme for my future (as yet unconceived) child: woodland creatures, the forest.

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  168. The only quilt pattern I have is called 'Remember When' which I think is a lovely pattern :)

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  169. Hum, a quilt with bigish strips or squares would work- ya don't want to have to cut all your deer in half! ;)
    Thanks for having the giveaway!
    hmscott@charter.net

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  170. Hi - I love that more funky boy fabrics are around now. I think a simple block pattern is the only way to showcase these great fabrics

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  171. Beautiful fabrics- I think a wonky log cabin block wiould look great!

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  172. I would love to make my son some cushions with this fabric for his reading corner.

    My fave quilt pattern- I don't follow patterns but am working on a DIY coin quilt at the moment using up all my scraps.

    Thanks for the giveawway!

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  173. Thanks for your great blog and great give away!!! I think its impossible to name my favorite pattern, but I am looking forward to starting a coin quilt within the next month or so!

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  174. I would love to use it in a modified coin stack... you know making each "coin" alittle different to really complement each fabric!

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  175. I think I'd make it into some type of coin quilt

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  176. That's a hard question because I haven't made a quilt yet! But I would like to try a sudoku quilt for my husband because he's a math teacher!

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  177. i can't help you there........i don't quilt. i would make stuffed shapes for my girlie. her daddy's a mighty hunter.

    kelli

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  178. Those are so cute! I would probably fussy cut the deer and use them to embellish a log cabin, or else use that piece for a large center block and do strips like a window frame with the wood grain... too many possibilities!

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  179. I'm a new quilter, so I don't know a lot of patterns. But I think I'd try a log cabin quilt using these.

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  180. We live "Emerald Isle" and I can imagine a lovely picnic blanket with these fabrics, backed in fleece
    Very nice!

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  181. sillyabster@yahoo. Since I have just become interested in quilting I will probably start with something easy like a block pattern

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  182. I've never made a quilt, but I love the look of log cabin quilts. And I have a little boy who would love a "mushie" if mama made it - what a great giveaway!

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  183. Love those fabrics! I'm keen to try a "Brick Path" quilt (there's a freebie on Amy Butler's site) - maybe for my 3 year old daughter.

    Thanks for such a great giveaway!

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  184. Ooohhh the deers....so gorgeous. He would have to be in either a log cabin or large enough blocks to showcase his beauty! I am already a follower of your lovely blog.

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  185. I love the paint-by-numbers fabric! What a great giveaway!

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  186. And I've just joined up as a follower so here's to a lucky second chance!!

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