Saturday, June 5, 2010

Good Bye Kate.... Welcome...

Here's a fabulous thank you to Kate Conklin for stopping by my Birthday Party!!! I think we can all agree her patterns are amazing!!! Here are the big winners of her 3 sets of patterns!! :) Random Integer Generator Here are your random numbers: 59 144 256 Timestamp: 2010-06-05 15:36:06 UTC Beth said... Am a follower already. June 3, 2010 4:37 AM Colette said... following Katie Conklin too! June 3, 2010 7:35 AM Jody said... Thank you so much for your birthday gifts and guests! Great way to celebrate both!! Happy B-Day Heather!! Congrats to all the Winners!! I'm quite sure you'll be making beautiful quilts very soon!!! AND guess who has just arrived as our next fabulous blogger Guests! It's Mr. Ryan from I'm Just a Guy Who Quilts and Miss Georgia from Stitchlings!! I can only imagine the beauties created with these gifts from them!!

The guidelines! just leave a quick little note saying... What you'd makes with these treats! for additional entries: become a follower of mine!! ;) become a follower of {I'm Just a Guy Who Quilts}!! become a follower of {Stitchlings}!! I will keep this give-a-way open until Monday the 7th of June at 9:00 pm PST. PLEASE NOTE... THERE ARE GONNA BE A LOT OF WINNERS THIS MONTH... SO, YOU'LL HAVE TO CHECK BACK TO SEE IF YOU'RE ONE OF THEM.... AND YOU"LL HAVE TO SEND ME AN EMAIL IF YOU ARE! GOOD LUCK KIDS!! ;)

310 comments:

  1. Another amazing giveaway! I'd love to make a little quilt for my daughter with those yummy charm packs! :) Have a great weekend!

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  2. I would use them in my first quilt a long that I just signed up for, excited to say the least.

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  3. okay, so they scream children's quilt. I've been wanting to try drunkard's path - gotta come up with a more appropriate name though! :)

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  4. I'm a follower as well of you blog :)

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  5. Ooh, I love me some Tula! I don't have any hushabye! I'd combine the charm packs with kona charm packs to make a HST quilt (separate quilts, not a hushabye + flutterby combined quilts... That would be silly! :P). And for the pretty little stitcheries, I don't know. I think I would have to hold them and see them in person to find the perfect way to show case them.

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  6. I follow you in google reader.

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  7. I follow you in google reader. :)

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  8. And I follow Ryan's blog too. I'm in a bee with him. :)

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  9. I'm so loving this birthday party! What fun. Lovely gifts :-)

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  10. YAY!! I would be using pieces of all of them in my hexagon quilt. I love all of those!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  11. I'd make a little quilt for one of my nieces!

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  12. I follow your blog via RSS feed :-)

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  13. I'm following Stitchlings now too.

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  14. Ah more fun stuff, you rock!

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  15. I follow stitchlings blog now!

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  16. I'm a happy follower of Ryan too. :-)

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  17. Thank you and your friends for contributing such wonderful prizes. If I win, then would put together a baby gift basket of quilt and framed embroidery. My niece is expecting so the timing is perfect. mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  18. Congrat's to the winners! What would I make? Something quilted! :-)

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  19. A baby quilt with Hushabye and I think I'd just have to pet the Flutterbye for a while :)

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  20. And I follow you too :) Thanks for the chances to win!

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  21. this is too much fun! i love how easy it is to do something quickly with charm - haven't made a coint quilt yet, so i might try that. the embroidery is so cute! fun for my sewing area or for the kids room....

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  22. I already follow Georgia...

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  23. Not sure what I would make...would really have to think about it :)

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  24. I'd definitely use these in a quilt for all these quilt patterns that are floating around in my mind. Now I just have to stock up my fabric stash to make them a reality. I'd love to add these to my stash! You guys all rock!

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  25. Doing ~*~*~* the happy dance ~*~*~* and can't believe I won one of the Kate Conklin prizes!!! Thanks so much Heather!!!

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  26. Pillowcases - that's what I'd make...

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  27. I'm following "I'm Just a Guy Who Quilts"

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  28. I love the charms, and the little embroidered children would make an adorable pillow! Happy B-Day again!

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  29. Last but not least, I follow Georgia too!

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  30. Those are so cute! I would make some cute purse or hang the children on the wall in my 2 year olds room.
    Thanks!

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  31. I love Tula Pink, I'd very much like to try a cathedral pillow or quilt with those. I'm not sure what I would do the with children. They are so cute though! Thanks for this great giveaway.

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  32. I really want to get my hands on some Hushabye! I would make a baby quilt using Oh, Frannson's charm square quilt.

    kell22@cox.net

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  33. Oh, these embroidered babies are daaarling! I'd work them into a light and airy quilt... and the flutterby-squares, I'd keep for myself and simply sit and stroke them!!!! :-)
    Love this party.....

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  34. I'm following Stitchlings....

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  35. I follow Ryan's "I'm Just A Guy Who Quilts" blog. Love his pillows and stitchery. mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  36. I'm already a follower, too. :) That's how I found out about this!

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  37. I'd make a baby quilt, no questions asked. I love baby quilts!

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  38. hi hi hi AGAIN :))
    CONGRATS :)

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  39. follower of Ryan blog, of course!!!

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  40. and a follower of Georgia, for sure :))))))))))))

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  41. I would love to make one of the fun quilts for charm packs in the moda bake shop! Fingers crossed!

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  42. Hi,
    Those embroideries are beautiful. So cute! Happy birthday (again) and thanks for the giveaways, to you and your guests.

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  43. Hi,
    Those embroideries are beautiful. So cute! Happy birthday (again) and thanks for the giveaways, to you and your guests.

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  44. I now follow the stitchlings blog. Thank you for introducing me to this blogger. mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  45. I'm a follower of I'm just a guy who quilts!

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  46. Already a follower.
    That wasn't the most original of comments I know!

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  47. these certainly look like they could end up magnificent patchwork twirl skirts with matching embroidered shirts!!

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  48. i'm a follower of stitchlings now too!

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  49. i'm following ryan's blog now. he's so funny!

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  50. Those embroideries are beautiful. Definitely frame-worthy!

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  51. I think I'd use the charms for a quilt, and the embroidered kids are oh so cute.
    Thanks!

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  52. oooh nice goodies..honestly, I'd probably just hoard those charm packs. LOL!

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  53. I saw a super cute baby quilt pattern the other day that uses charms squares. Either that or lots and lots of hexies :)

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  54. I follow Ryan's blog as well!

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  55. And now I'm following Georgia's blog too! :)

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  56. The pictures line up with your tutorial for cathedral windows, I might have to try out that technique if I won!

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  57. Already following Ryan :)

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  58. Tula Pink! I'd cut those charms into petals and circles to make scrappy flowers for a tote (and maybe a tablerunner too). As for those adorable embroidered kids, well those would be so cute on the collar or pocket of a shirt, or maybe I could create a scene in the park with bits of fabric and more embroidery for a wall hanging--hmmm

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  59. The charm squares would definitely become quilts and pillows but the charming embroideries would have to become pockets on pinafores for the grandgirls or need to be "framed" with wonky log cabin work and then be framed for their walls.

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  60. I had to add Ryan's blog to my Google Reader; everyone should have at least one guy to follow ;cD

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  61. Love the little unicorn embroidery! Never thought of putting embroidery anywhere but on the cuff of a pillowcase--need to see what other goodies Georgia has in store--now I follow Stitchlings,too.

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  62. Of course, I follow your blog! Where else would I find such awesome links to other blogs of note! Thanks, Heather!

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  63. I would make a quilt...of course!
    Thanks for the giveaways!

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  64. What great giveaways! Without a doubt I would use them to make a quilt.

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  65. I'm also already a follower of Ryan's!

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  66. Oh ya, what a lovely prize Heather! I think your birthday month is the best ever!

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  67. I also follow Ryan. He is just the coolest.

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  68. I'm a follower of yours. You have such an awesome blog!

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  69. I am planning on making some cathedral window cushions for my living room and these charm packs would be perfect for the windows!

    The embroidery would make a beautifully sweet wall hanging in a nursery for a new baby.

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  70. Thanks for inviting me to your party, and for all the lovely comments about my patterns - wow! Congrats to the winners, I'll be in touch.

    I think I'd make another charm bracelets quilt, but this time in girly colours!

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  71. I would love to make a baby quilt with the charm packs with some white sashing. Simple but with such beautiful fabrics hey don't need much more. With the stitcheries I would love to frame them in a hoop.
    Thanks for all the giveaway goodness Heather.

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  72. Super cute giveaway. I have no idea what I would do with those stitched children, probably something for my niece. The fabric: definitely a quilt!

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  73. and.......now a follower of Georgia's blog as well!

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  74. I'm now a follower of Ryan.....whose quilt with circles I LOVE.

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  75. I'd make a cute little charm quilt or a table runner.

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  76. i am a follower. love the kiddies! would add to the nursery i am planning (adopting a baby in sept).

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  77. I love the charm packs and either one would go into a quilt for one of my nieces. The embroider children I would frame and give to my niece who is having a baby in Nov.
    Thanks for the chance. I am a follower of your blog and have been enjoying it for awhile.

    Elaine

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  78. I just became a follower of Ryan's blog.
    Elaine

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  79. I am a follower of your blog. Enjoy it.
    Elaine

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  80. I also just became a follower of Georgia's blog.
    Elaine

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  81. I would use the charms to make a border on linen towels.
    they would be beautiful

    Mary Jo

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  82. I would use it to make a pillow like the one Ryan has on his blog!

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  83. I am a follower of Ryan's blog.

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  84. I am a follower of your blog.

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  85. I would make a disappearing 9 patch table runner with the charm packs. Great giveaway items!

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  86. These are sweet - would love to use these in a quilt for a friend!

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  87. I'm a follower of Ryan's blog!

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  88. I'm a follower of your blog!

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  89. Now I'm a Stitchlings follower

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  90. Thank you for all these great give aways! im always looking for inspirational fabrics and those would be great for a twirly skirt for my daughter and maybe a jumper for son!

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  91. i am of course a follower of yours

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  92. Fantastic giveaways from your guests! I would probably make a couple baby/kid quilts with the charm packs, it seems like everyone I know is having or just had a kid. The embroidered kids are too cute, I'm sure I could find some great project in incorporate them

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  93. i of course would make a quilt with the fabric...and those little embroidered kids are adorable.

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  94. Oh the lovely quilts I could make with these! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

    -Eleanor
    unfamiliarceiling.com

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  95. And I'm following Georgia now, as well!

    -Eleanor
    unfamiliarceiling.com

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  96. And I'm a follower of yours! :)

    -Eleanor
    unfamiliarceiling.com

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  97. Please pick me, I know where you live ;)

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  98. And I already follow Ryan's blog too.

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  99. Hmmm....you mean you are supposed to make things with fabric, and not just hoard them? Right. I think I great pillow would be beautiful. Thanks again!

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  100. Cute embroideries! I would use them in a quilt for one of my grandchildren, of course! Thanks for counting me in.

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  101. I am following "Stitchlings"

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  102. I am following "I'm just a guy who quilts"

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  103. Oooh they are gorgeous, I would make a bag, I have a pattern all ready and waiting for just the right charm pack!

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  104. I am a follower of your blog.

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  105. I am a follower of Georgia's blog!

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  106. I am a follower of Ryan's blog

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  107. This pillow thing is fun Heather! I thing I would make at least one new pillow if I won!

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  108. Wow awesome! I would definitely like to find a way to incorporate the embroidered pieces into a quilt! And the other two would be used toward some baby clothes, for my upcoming boy and girl twins :D

    Such fantastic fabrics!

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  109. Following your blog! (Gotta love GFC!)

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  110. And now, I am also following Georgia! :)

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  111. I thought I had already been a follower of Ryan, but turns out I just had him book marked! He's being followed by me now!

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  112. Wow, the charms would be great in a bag and the embroidery, so amazing, I'd love to add them to a sweet quilt.

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  113. I followed Ryan Walsh "I'm just a Guy Who Quilts".

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  114. Oooh those sticheries are ADORABLE!! They would be super cute in hoops in my baby's nursery or put on a blanket or quilt for him so so cute! That's awesome fabric too! I like doing towels or crafty stuffs with charms.

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  115. I'm a follower of your blog.

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  116. I would love to make a fun summer tote with these.

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  117. And i went over and signed up to follow Ryan (cool stuff on his blog too)

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  118. I would frame Georgia's embroidery pieces and hang them somewhere I could see them everyday! I LOVE her work!! : )

    The charm packs would become something quilty...

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  119. And I'm following Ryan! (That always sounds so stalkery!)

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  120. And I'm following Georgia, too! I know just what I'd do with those little embroidered children- I've got a new niece or nephew on the way and I'd make a little wall hanging with them!

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  121. Oh they are so pretty, I looove hushabye. I would make a quilt for my new niece with that one. The other one would be a beautiful quilt for our home.

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  122. WOW you just started my day off right...charms-probably a quilt...and those oh my gosh tooo cute kids-something for the grandbabies (or me) ;)

    Have a great Sunday!

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  123. Lovely giveaway...
    I would use the 3 beautiful little embroideries, for a blanket for our new nephew or niece to be. :)

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  124. I'm a follower of ryans blog

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  125. I'm a follower of your blog and love it! :)

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  126. Congrats to the winners!
    I would use the fabric in a quilt
    Thanks for the chance!

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  127. Ooooh lovely prizes! Happy Birthday Heather!

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  128. ... a lovely baby planky ... hopefully i win ... :) ...

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  129. Following Ryan whom has a great talent from I have seen over on his blog so far!!

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  130. I am following you already.

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  131. The embroidery prints are fabulous and I would love to use them in a quilt for sure! The fabric from Ryan I would use for a quilt of some sort too. You are so great for giving away such awesome goodies:)

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  132. Also a follower of Georgia's now too and I am going to check hers out more for the wonderful embroidery she does!

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  133. I think I might use one of those charm packs to make that gorgeous pillow on Ryans blog!

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  134. wow great giveaways! I would love to make some pillows with the fabric.

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  135. I have two little girls who are always in need of cute guilts, always.

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  136. I've been a follower of yours for a while now.

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  137. Wow!!! Love the charm packs and would make a table runner or two and lots and lots of hexies. I also take the children and make some cute framed pictures of them.

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  138. I am already a follower of yours.

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  139. Great give away. I am not sure what I would do with the goodies but you can bet I would find some quilt or other for them!

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