Friday, January 28, 2011

it's just too much!

how cool is this??... Sarah Fielke, the completely talented co-author's of two of my most favorite quilting books Material Obsession and Material Obsession 2 ... ( books are not included in the give-a-way... sorry folks! but YOU should buy them... i drool over mine at least once a MONTH! truth. ) has just released her first ( and completely fabulous ) fabric line From Little Things by Lecien! it's just too much, really and the seriously generous Fat Quarter Shop has given two of my readers a chance to win one of these FQ sets!! Shut the front door, right!! I'm soOOOOoo stinking jealous of you guys... i don't even have my own stash of From Little Things yet! i may hate the winners just a little bit... so keep THAT in mind if you choose to enter this give-a-way! ( wink, wink ) Guidelines... easy peasy! 1 - leave a comment ( with your contact info please ) and tell me what you'd love to do with one of these yummy collections! simple. 2 - blog about it! and throw me another comment with the link! again simple. 3 - get it all done by Monday, January 31st at 9:00pm PST ( cause that's when this give-a-way ends! ) really simple! haha... cautionary statement:
i have seriously mixed emotions over this give-a-way... i mean it! Sarah is a friggin starlet and i want to horde all this fabric for myself like a chubby squirrel in the frigid winter! so ya all, better start entering before i change my loving mind!
i kid, i kid ;) Good Luck! XO, Heather

410 comments:

  1. I'd love to make a quilt that really shows off this fabric. thank you for the chance to win!

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  2. That really is cute fabric! Looks like a fabulous, whimsical quilt to me!!!

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  3. Bahaha chubby little squirrel :)

    I'm thinking those luscious fabrics looks like a happy springy quilt to me (something to help get through this never-ending winter ;) )

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  4. What fun fabric! I'd work it into a quilt for my daughters!

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  5. I would make a quilt. Or maybe a table runner to welcome Spring (I'm in Texas, Spring comes early)!

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  6. I could definitely make some super fun baby quilts out of some of this fabric!! It's just darling!

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  7. I would make a quilt out of all that yummy fabric! :)

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  8. Have to be boring here and say a quilt for me too! But I would definitely try something new that I haven't done before!

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  9. I'd cut them up into random sizes & then sew them back together of course!!

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  10. Fabulous fabric!!! I would love to make a fun quilt for one of my nieces with it. Or maybe just for me...

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  11. Hey Heather, if I won one of these wonderful stacks, I would make a spring dress and hat for Audrey's first birthday! And betweet the fabric and the baby, cutness would be too much to behold!

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  12. Simple? Really?! This one would have to sit to be pondered for awhile. They are so lovely. I can see it in a kids quilt. But maybe a purse, jumper, sewing machine cover.

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  13. Ohhh, I'm loving the greys especially! I'd definitely make a quilt - definitely! And actually some of the larger prints I'd really like to use to make a new bag - I received Style Stitches as a gift and really want to make something from it!

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  14. Yum. That grey is gorgeous!!

    If I had fatquarters of the stuff, I'd make aprons or bags : D

    Sujen 101 at gmail

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  15. Mmmmm... I wanna eat that icing! Or... probably just make a quilt out of it ;)

    Ambersewwonky at yahoo dot com

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  16. I would make a snuggle quilt. I'm sorry I just can't get enough of them hehehe

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  17. Oooh, I would make a pillowcase or three so i could literally drool over it and wake up to such yummy-liciousness

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  18. What would I do with them if I won,,,,that is a surprise and I can't tell you right now. I know you are probably pulling your hair out on this giveaway though.........hang in there, only a few more days till it is all over.

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  19. I think I'd make a quilt out of these wonderful fabrics. I love the greys and I would love to use that grey stripe for the binding. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  20. Sweet! I think I would have to make a little quilt for my first granddaughter that is due anytime.

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  21. Ummm... I would love to just TOUCH this fabric, haha! I'm thinking summertime quilt for picnics in the canyon!

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  22. I would make some fun placemats and napkins that would smile at me as I drank my coffee every morning! Sorry I don't have a blog, but would love these gorgeous fabrics!

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  23. I am planning my first wedding quilt which will also be my first quilt bigger then baby size yikes. The theme of the wedding are little kissing quails which look just like the Partridge print they are perfect! With your passionate post I am hoping they throw in some fabric for you too.

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  24. This is a great collection that is really calling my name. Mix in a few solids and a stunning quilt will be gracing my bed. Pick me!

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  25. ahh...i'd probably try to pull something together for my little gal with these. I love the polka dots especially!

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  26. Oooohhhh....tres yummy! SO generous of Fat Quarter Shop! Thank you!

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  27. Like all the fabric I horde, it would be made into a beautiful quilt. Although I do have aspirations to break out and do some pillows so maybe that instead :)

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  28. I would love this fabric to make another quilt with! I got her book for my friend for Christmas and she loved it! Yay!

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  29. I would probably make a baby quilt. Would mix it with some solids. :) Thanks for the chance!

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  30. It looks delicious! If I win I might just eat it.

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  31. The fabric would make for a pretty quilt!

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  32. It looks like a quilt to me but on the other hand my daughter wants to make some pillowcases for the local children's hospital so maybe they would be fun for that.

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  33. My best friend from the 4th grade on just became a Grandma this week ~ I would have to make a baby quilt from these beautiful fabrics!

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  34. That is the cutest fabric!! Thanks for giving us a chance to win it. I would make a cute kid's quilt with mine.

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  35. I would make a cute little baby blanket and donate it to Mountain Baby blankets project or project linus.

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  36. what about a set of nesting storage cubes from "little" to "big"! ozzie ozzie ozzie ooy ooy ooy!!! ( australian sporting chant in case you are wondering jb nelly australia

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  37. Oh my goodness - that collection is so very fun! I would start by making a little zippered pouch - maybe two becuase my daughter would love it so much I should just make her one right off! Cute cute! And I would hoard the rest for a while LOL.

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  38. I saw these gorgeous fabrics in my favorite sewing shop in Columbus and if I had any money I would have bought them all up. I think I'd make a birdie sling bag with some of them. So cute.

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  39. Ok Blogged:

    http://littlecreatable.blogspot.com/2011/01/material-obsession.html

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  40. I'd probably make a quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  41. This would make an awesome quirky quilt. The colors are so bright and pretty. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  42. ooooo, I just got some of this yumm-o fabric for myself this week! My LQS didn't have the whole line-up though, so a little stash enhancement would be great. I'm planning to make the tree quilt from the free Lecien pattern.

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  43. I would make a quilt for my 5 yr. old granddaughter, Kassidy. She would LOVE it!

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  44. quilt for me too! I got Simplify for Christmas so I would absolutely make something from that book! :) Thanks for the chance!

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  45. those are some really great dots in particular... I need lots of those...

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  46. Duh! I'd probably use Sarah's fabric to make something from one of her books (because I already own both of her fabulous books)!

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  47. I blogged about your giveaway at: http://quiltyascharged.blogspot.com/2011/01/giveaway-at-alamode-fabric.html

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  48. I know a little girl who wants me to make her some new curtains. I know FQ's won't be nearly enough, but it is enough to make some pillows to match. Purple, teal and some gray OMG!!!

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  49. I would love to make a quilt for my friend's baby due in April. Plus a new camera strap for my camera!

    lindsay.forgette at gmail dot com

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  50. oh man, I would totally make a quilt just for me. No sharing.

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  51. I would like to make some big square quilt to show off these great patterns! I love the polka dots too!

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  52. I would HAVE TO fussy cut some of this yummy fabric - I think I might use those cuts as centers of stars for a really bright, fun quilt for my daughter's wall. Then I would share some of the fabric with you - because you are nice enough to share it with us! I have to tell you that I was lucky enough a few years ago to win the first Material Obsession book from Sarah herself. I saved the paper she wrapped it in - it had her handwriting on it!! I felt silly doing it at the time - kind of star struck - but now I'm glad I did!! I can take a picture and send it to you if you'd like LOL!

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  53. Wow, those are pretty! I've wanted to make a summer quilt for a while using just a layer of flannel as batting. These fabrics look like a perfect summer quilt.

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  54. super cute. i'm sure I'd make a quilt. thanks so much!

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  55. I'd hoard it until i could find the right quilt then off I would go for something great :-)

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  56. Great book. Beautiful fabric. Delightful giveaway. I'd love to win and make a cheerful quilt with this fabric, for a friend that is pretty much homebound on a medical leave from work. It just looks like something she would love.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  57. I posted about your giveaway on my page where I share insights on contests & giveaways: http://sewcalgal.blogspot.com/p/giveaways.html

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  58. i would use it for the single girl quilt along! That fabric is fab and would look great for that! Love it!

    Thanks for putting aside your lusting desire for this fabric and sharing it with us instead!

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  59. I would love to make some pillows from the Icing fabrics. Beautiful fabrics.

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  60. Oh my goodness!!!! Oh my goodness! I have seen previews of this line before and it is so beautiful! I am surprised you can let it go! LOL! I would hoard it like a squirrel too! I hope you are leaving a comment for yourself too!

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  61. If I were to win, I think some of it would end up in the quit I will be making for DQS10. You are kind to share with us.thanks!

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  62. Oh I love making quilts...most likely a toddler quilt. (oh and if I win...I give you permission to hate...just a little though)

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  63. Uhhh, for sure a QUILT!!! So cute for ME :) - or maybe I would share-NOT ;) hehe!

    candy at fiber dot net

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  64. Wow! Thanks for the chance to win these lovelies! I would definitely make a quilt with them--maybe one that has a log cabin feel, so I can show off the pretty prints.

    emily.nudelman@gmail.com

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  65. So many choices as to what to make. A quilt of course perhaps with dresden plates. Thanks for the chance to win

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  66. I would use some for my dolls. And keep some to drool over.

    thericebabies(at)ymail(dot)com

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  67. Fabulous fabric!! I think I'd have to be selfish and make something for myself with it... :) I've been really into pillows lately, maybe some great pillow covers? Yeah.. I think so!

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  68. Such FUN prints! My oldest daughter just upgraded to a double bed and I'd love to use these in a quilt for her! THANKS for the chance!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  69. Lovely, lovely! I would love to make a simple patternd throw to snuggle under.Perhaps even only squares? Thanks so much for the give away!

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  70. I have a secret design just waiting for these prints. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  71. Okay, tell you WHAT, if I win, I'll fat 1/8th it with you. No shiz. I have no idea what I'd make with it. What would you make with your 1/2 of my stack?

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  72. I would love to use this fabric to make a cute bag! :D

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  73. I would for sure put it towards one of my "One yard wonders" projects, towards swaps, and maybe a quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

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  74. Thanks for sharing chubby squirrel. I would love to make some stuff for my daughter's room. sang(at)gci(dot)net

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  75. I would probably make a really big tote bag. Maybe something from an Amy Butler pattern. I love both colorways. Too cute. Thanks for the chance.

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  76. Oooh, yes please, yes please. We are moving soon and I would love to make some brand new bedroom accessories for the kids brand new bedrooms..ooh the possibilities are endless, thank you ♥

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  77. oo icing is just gorgeous, definitely a quilt- pick me pick me!

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  78. What would I do if I won it... firstly I'd probably put it on my shelf and drooooool for a few weeks. Then I'd try to be brave and cut into it and make a quilt for my daughter.

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  79. Yum! I would love to make a new spring quilt or some placemats! Thanks so much!

    bruinbr at gmail dot com

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  80. Those fabrics are so cute! I'd love to have them :)

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  81. I think that I would make stuffed animals toys for me to enjoy (my husband wouldn't). I think you should get that fabric too since you are giving it away.

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  82. I think these would be great paired with some solids in a quilt. Very cute!

    PS. You crack me up!!

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  83. Lovely! I would make a couple of baby quilts - hopefully with a pattern from Material Obsession 1 which I own.
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  84. I love the bright fresh colours and would make children's toys out of them... by Australian designer Melly and Me... love her cute patterns.. thanks very much.. Mary

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  85. I LOVE that fabric! The greys are gorgeous, and the purples, yummo!
    I might just have to join in with the Block-a-palooza that is going on at the moment!

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  86. what absolutely adorable fabrics. think they're crying to be made into the circle quilt i'm dying to make. and i love material obsession--dear son and daughter in law gave it to me for Christmas. thanks for the opportunity and have a great day

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  87. I'd love to be able to play with that fabric! So fun!

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  88. Mhhhh I would sew a large snuggle quilt for me And my friend :)

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  89. The fabric is so cute! Love it.
    I´d make a quilt for my sister, it would totally fit her bedroom.

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  90. I'd make a really chic baby quilt for my baby girl. Something simple to show off the fabulous fabric. I love the purple set. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  91. These prints prints are meant to be in kid's quilt. Thanks for sharing!

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  92. These prints prints are meant to be in kid's quilt. Thanks for sharing!

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  93. Just keep in mind that Jan 31st is my birthday. Really!!
    Andi x

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  94. I have two friends (one whose recently had a baby & one who is pregnant with her first) who I'd planned to make a baby stitchery/wall-hanging for and Sarah's new fabrics would be a perfect compliment to the gorgeous Natalie L designs in a recent Homespun!!!

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  95. I would definately make a quilt ...wait no, maybe some placemats with matching coasters..or a tablerunner..hmm !

    Caroline~

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  96. I would love to make a quilt with these! deserae (at) gmail (dot) com

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  97. I'd make a large piece of patchwork and then make it into a large, roomy bag for spring....

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  98. Oh my that fabric is just gorgeous!! If I was lucky enough to win I think I would just pat it and stroke it and try not to get too much drool on it :)
    soozemoroney@gmail.com

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  99. I feel for you, having to pass these along, I really do! butttt ;) I would use these in some cathedral window pillows, my newest obsession!

    ellen at everydayartbyeda dot com

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  100. These are some seriously cute prints! I"m usually a quilt girl, but I don't want these to get lost, so i'm thinking a couple wristlets to feature the cute prints and colors.

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  101. Well i'd just stroke it and look at it for quite a while!
    Eventually I might Make some wonky blocks perhaps fussy cutting some motifs

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  102. I must be honest and admit that I am not sure what I would make with this lovely fabric. I always need to set fabric aside to look at longingly until inspiration falls.

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  103. Ooooh such fun! She is a genious and these fabrics are gorgeous. I would probably make a baby quilt or maybe some cute baby clothes :).

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  104. 6:30 a.m., sitting in recliner quite chilly - would make a lap quilt!

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  105. Wow I love the fabrics. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  106. if I were you - I'd pretend it got lost in the mail. For real. Keep it - it's not for sharing. mwahahahaha

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  107. Once I'd finished drooling and fondling, I'd make a summer quilt teamed with a contrasting solid to showcase the prints in all their deliciousness

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  108. Pillows and a table runner is what I am thinking - thanks!
    butle83ataoldotcom

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  109. i would like to make totebags to carry the fabric with me all the time.

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  110. I love the greys in the first colourway ... but I would use the pink colourway for throw pillows for my daughter's room and she would love them as she is 5 and going through a pink princess phase.

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  111. Ooohhh, I've been waitingfor this line. I will seriously come wrestle it from your squirrely hands if I win! Then I'd probably stare at it on my shelf for a while deciding on the perfect project. I'm thinking the fun colors lend themselves to pinwheels.

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  112. I would make a quilt, but I don't know what it would look like. It would have to be something with large cuts because I would hate to cut this fabric in small pieces! And it would be just for me!

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  113. not sure what quilting plans i would have for this stack...but mixing with solids would be a good start i think!

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  114. This fabric is beautiful!!! Definitely would make a quilt!

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  115. Beautiful! I owe my mother a quilt - and I think these pretty-springy colors would be just what she'd appreciate.

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  116. That fabric is just screaming to be a quilt for one of my nieces. I'd love to be entered!

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  117. I'd love to make my daughter a quilt. So pretty, thanks!
    crystalball 137 [at] hotmail [dot] com

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  118. Oh, where to start? I am torn between a beautiful quilt or some Spring apparel for my little God-Daughter....

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  119. Love their books and sure I'd find a quilt in one of them that would be great for this fabric.

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  120. hmmmm ... I see cute quilty pillows for my daughter!!

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  121. Beautiful...so many possibilities...probably amazing baby quilts or doll quilts to make for 1st birthdays of all the baby girls that my family and friends are having recently.

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  122. Definitely a quilt for my daughter to take away to university next fall!

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  123. I am into diamonds lately so I would definitely make a diamond quilt with it. I know it would look so great with this line!

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  124. Awesome fabrics. I have been wanting to join one of the quilt a longs but do not have the fabrics - to work with. Sweet give a way!
    www.butterflyjones03 AT Yahoo Dot COM

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  125. What beautiful fabric. I would have to see, feel, play with the fabric to decide which quilt to make with it. I'm kind of thinking a new pattern from Fig Tree that I should receive this week.

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  126. Was not sure how to add the link but I added your giveaway information to my blog as well.

    www.butterflyknitter.blogspot.com

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  127. I don't know there are so many under things I could do. A nice cheery quilt, a really cute bag, or a fun skirt/dress. I would just stare at it for a little while though. Thanks
    lbroadstreet@tds.net

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  128. First, I'd pet it a lot and then I'd made table topper quilt - and then maybe I'd make you a little something with the leftovers (will that give me a better chance of winning - wink wink - LOLOLOL!)

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  129. If I won this fabric I would sit and look at it, and touch it, then maybe in a couple of years time make something with it!! Hey if I win you can hate me...I wont care...I will have the fabric. If you are good I may give you a fat quarter..only one mind, no more LOL. Hugs Linda

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  130. I just saw icing yesterday on fqs and squealed - it's SO cute!
    I'm thinking it would probably become a whimsy quilt for my sewing room.... something to display :)
    thanks for the chance!

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  131. Beautiful colors! It looks like one of those lines that would be really tough to cut up! I think I'd make a simple quilt that really showcased the fabric.

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  132. I think a wonderful new quilt could be made from those gorgeous new fabrics! Thanks for the opportunity to enter your giveaway!

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  133. Material Obsession 1 and 2 were among my favorite Christmas gifts this year! Love, love the inspiration there and I have been admired From Little Things!! I'd love to use it in a quilt, but I also would love to try my hand at some cute little top or accessory for my nieces.

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  134. I'd love to make a quilt or some pillows with this fabric - gorgeous!

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  135. Ohhhhhh...such a great giveaway! I'd make a wedding quilt - or a baby quilt - with either of these sets. I have so many friends having babies, and many friends that I owe wedding presents to! What better gift than a snuggly quilt in gorgeous fabric?

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  136. I love the "icing" line. I've been really wanting to make a quilt that gray would compliment

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  137. If I were sooo lucky to win this fabric, I'd probably just hoard it for a while. I have a serious problem cutting into my fabric stash. Thanks!

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  138. Not sure what I would make, but the first thing I would do would be to spread them out and touch them!

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  139. They are beautiful fabrics. I definitely understand why you want to hoard them. I would make a couple oven mitts (definitely one for myself), cause that's what I've been into lately. But they would look lovely in a quilt.

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  140. I love the icing colorway. i think It's about time my son got a quilt!

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  141. I added your giveaway to my giveaway post:
    http://quiltygiveaways.blogspot.com/2011/01/january-24th-january-30th-giveaways.html

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  142. ME! ME! ME! I'd love to make a quilt with this pure yumminess!

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  143. I love Sarah Fielke's books as well and really like her new fabric collection. I would definitely make some gorgeous quilted pillows.My eamail is blueglassgarden@gmail.com.

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  144. Oh, I would love to have Sarah's fabric. I'd make a quilt from one of her books but I like so many of them I can't decide which to make first!

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  145. I am thinking pillows and a nice lap blanket for the family room with these beauties.

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  146. I turn 50 in March...I'd like to make ME a quilt! I tend to make smaller projects, baby quilts and such to gift away, and I have a shabby quilt from my beginning days on the couch...I need something new and invigorating to get me over the 50 hump!

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  147. Love this sweet fabric! I would make a lap quilt to snuggle under. Thanks for the chance!

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  148. Ooooh. First, I would have to stare at them for a while. Then, I'd probably sketch for a long time, and finally do a fun quilt :)

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  149. I always have a difficult time deciding what to do with beautiful fabric because once you cut it...sigh. I think that my daughter and her friends would not take long to find the perfect project. Thanks!

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  150. I have been eagerly anticipating the arrival of this line since I first saw the photos of the collection from quilt market! I would most definitely make baby quilts for my longtime bestie who is having twins!

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  151. i'd love to win that fabric! don't know what i'd do with it, but i'm on a fabric diet right now, so it would just make me happy to look at it. :)

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  152. Here is the link to my blog post about the new delicious fabric.
    http://piecepeacenc.blogspot.com/2011/01/companys-coming.html

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  153. Fab fabric! While it would make a rockin' quilt, I would be more tempted to make a bag( or several) out of it. That way I could see it and feel it every day :-)

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  154. I'd love to make a happy looking quilt for either my little granddaughter or my new grand baby due in 6 wkd - or both of them. This line is just do pretty!

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  155. Oh wow what beautiful fabric!!! Love the pink!!!! This would make a very sweet little quilt for my daughter :-) Thanks!

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  156. Definitely would quilt with it. They really look luscious! I'd share with you, Heather... :o)

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  157. They are so lovely! I suspect I'd be doing some fussycutting to get those cute motifs!

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  158. If i won, everything else would get put aside so I could dive right into this luscious fabric (and before you change your mind and want it back). This would make a perfect summer quilt for my bed.

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  159. I would make a baby quilt for my neighbor....and keep the "leftovers" for myself to dream about... night after night. I have been a fan of Sarah's for years and years..

    No blog so I can't blog... sure hope I still "count". Thanks...

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  160. Too stinking cute! With a host of babies arriving in my circle of family and friends this year I can see bibs and burps cloths and some sweet little softies! Thanks for the chance to fondle fabric more.

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  161. I would make a quilt for my best friend for her wedding. Then again, I just make one for me and give a gift card. So evil, but those are cute fabrics. And I am not sure she would appreciate them as much as me. :D

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  162. Mix it with a few solids and make a simple square patchwork quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  163. I would love to make a baby charm quilt with these, they look adorable. My contact info is on my profile :)

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  164. I NEED this!!! I am making a quilt for my little one who is still baking in my belly! And I NEED THE GRAYS! i lOVE it!! Please pick me!!
    janessawithturtle@gmail.com

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  165. I'm thinking cute placemats, napkins and mug-rugs, actually! These would look great with some linen, or some great gray or aqua solids!

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  166. O my heck both of those color ways are gorgeous! Thanks for this great giveaway and for sharing your favorite books and fabric... love all the ideas I get from your blog :)

    So... what would I do with this fabric? Hrmm... good question.... I think a throw blanket and matching pillows would bring some life into my living room for the spring.

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  167. Last summer I looked high and low for a lavendar dot fabric. Then I saw Sarah's announcement, and have been waiting patiently (or not) since! I might have to just roll in them, pet them, or I guess cut them up and put them in the quilt I am making from Material Obsession right now (Maple Leaf Rag I think is the name)...doesn't her fabric deserve that?

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  168. I would make a set of summer placemats for my patio table. :)
    grimtania at gmail dot com

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  169. Wow! That is some gorgeous fabric!! I would probably make some sort of skirts for one or more of my girls!! It is so pretty!!
    sarahbeth814@yahoo.com

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  170. I would have to say a quilt. The patern though... that would be hard to decide. It would be hard to cut into them too.. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  171. I would love to make a few pillows from the sprinkles line.

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  172. What would I do... I would save it for baby/niece quilts!

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  173. This is so exciting. Little Things is my most favorite collection ever. I have some in my stash & plan on adding more so I can make a whimsical quilt.

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  174. First, I would fondle it, then head for my stash and find more friends to play with it. I love scrappy. Love your blog...I visit every day!

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  175. if I won the fabric, which I really like by the way, I'd probably make some sort of quilt with it or a bag! Those are the things I like to make the most!

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  176. I love this fabric and I think it would make a great quilt for my Favorite Neice ! I would do something modern so really show off this beautiful collection.

    Pick me !!!!!

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  177. HEATHER, THIS IS SO NEAT!
    I'D MAKE ME A WHIMSICAL QUILT!
    THANKS SO FOR SHARING!

    jldouglas@wispwest.net

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  178. I so need some fab fabric to make a quilty gift for a quilty friend - thanks for a chance to make me shine!

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  179. So fabaulous! I love this line! Can you say Cathedral Windows? Yummmmm!=)

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  180. I'd love to make a cathedral window quilt with this fabric. SO AWESOME!

    kirsten_13@hotmail.com

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  181. I would love to make a quilt
    tshaw6580@yahoo.com

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  182. Let's be Completely Honest... I'd sit and stare at those gorgeous fabrics for a good long while. Pet them like a little kitty cat. Then ask them what they'd like to grow up to be. : )

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  183. This would make a great spring-time quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  184. Oh, what fun fabrics! A really cool tote would be fabulous in these prints, as would a quilt. I'd throw in some Kona solids to really show off the prints. Great giveaway! thanks so much!

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  185. I would love those fabrics to make new pillows in my living room with the tumbler pattern - the grays would be perfect and there enough for a diamond quilt, too. Cross my fingers!

    andreag.erekson@gmail.com

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  186. I am really diggin those polka dots. And the grays, swoon. Thanks for a chance to win even though I don't know yet what I would make it would be a quilt, just not sure of the pattern. But I'm thinking the Kitchen Window pattern in Elizabeth's book might be just right for showcasing these fun fabrics.

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  187. I would make a very happy quilt from this fabric...it's beautiful.

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  188. I want to make pillows for my living room in with those. :) Those are just too cute! :)

    lusive.tracy(at)gmail(dot)com

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  189. I quilt of course! Add in some solids and I'm seeing a modified 9-patch or a square in square.

    Although, these beauties may be hard to cut into! Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.

    quiltygirl(at)rocketmail(dot)com

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  190. OMG!!!! the fabric is awesome. Material Obsession is the book that got me interested in quilting in the first place. Love the book. Thanks.

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  191. What sweet fabric! I see some funky pillows. And a sweet bag with the kissing birds.

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  192. How lovely. They would be added to my other purples and blues and turned into lovely quilts, pillows, purses, bags and such.

    Jenniffier at gmail

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  193. I wouldn't blame you if you weren't kidding! Some of these (or maybe all!) would be perfect for little girl dresses & I think I'd love a quilt out of all of them together!

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