Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway: Heather Ross Prints

It's time for Giveaway Week over at Sew Mama Sew.  If you are visiting from over there, Welcome!

Charlotte is one of my daughters and the namesake of this blog.  The short story is: she has brain cancer, so I've combined my love of quilting with fundraising for brain tumor research.  This April, we'll kick off our second annual quilt auction to benefit brain tumor research.

In the meantime, my friend, Anne, has offered up this highly sought after bundle of out-of-print Heather Ross fabrics.  If you follow this little blog, you know that Anne does a lot of my quilting, sweet friend that she is.  What you don't know, is that visiting her fabric stash is better than walking into my Local Quilt Shop.  For real.

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Sorry the photo is not better.  It's been nothing but dreary here for at least a week.  Oh.  Where you live, too?  Then we understand each other.

But really, this bundle has it all: the mermaids, the fish, the octopus, the seahorses.  There are six, fat-eighth cuts (measuring about 9 by 21 inches each).  If you are into fabric, I trust you know exactly what this is.  You know you want it.  Shoot.  Even I  want it.

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The Rules:

1. Just leave a comment on this post.  Maybe tell me what your current project is?  (I just finished piecing a Briar Rose quilt top.  It was my first time working with Heather Ross prints.  Ooooh... it's nice!)

2. My followers get a second entry; leave a second comment telling me how you follow.  New followers are always welcome!  :)

3. Want to spread the word?  Okay, leave another comment telling me that you pinned this to Pinterest, or spread the word on Facebook, etc., for a third entry.


The giveaway closes at 5 p.m. PST on December 13.  I will choose a winner via Random.org at that point.  Please leave an email address if you are a no-reply blogger.

*Edit: Comments and giveaway are closed.

          The winner is Susan from Patchwork and Play!  I've contacted her by email, and she is anxiously awaiting this lovely bundle.  So across the ocean they'll go... all the way to their new home in Australia!*

I'm willing to ship internationally, so this giveaway is open to anyone, anywhere.
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Giveaway Day


Good luck!  And in the meantime, head back over to Sew Mama Sew to enter more giveaways.  I sure will!




448 comments:

  1. I'm the first. Usually the first never wins, but that's ok :)
    I'm making a QYAG pouch :)

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  2. I am working on finishing my moms quilt!

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  3. May wisdom be released to doctors and researchers to enable them to rapidly find a cure for brain tumors!
    Currently I am frantically trying to complete Christmas gifts for out of town relatives!

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  4. I am a new follower following along via GFC!

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  5. I'm NEARLY, finally, finished with my Starry Night quilt! Yay!

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  6. I pinned it: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/143622675590397605/

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  7. I am working on putting together a bee quilt!

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  8. Gorgeous! I'm working on a few things and I'm enjoying doing some hand quilting

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  9. These fabrics are so luscious! I want them too!! Thanks so much for the opportunity.
    LeeAnna Paylor
    leeannaquilts@gmail.com
    lapaylor.blogspot.com

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  10. I hear you - Heather Ross is divine. I'm working on 3 baby quilts for Christmas, but time is running out! This is such a lovely offer - thank you, and Merry Christmas

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  11. I have shared on Facebook ☺☺��:-)

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  12. I am excited and slightly jealous in the mean time (hehehe) to see your Briar Rose top!

    I finished a diaper bag yesterday for our little girl on the way!!

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  13. heather ross... any photo is enough, we all know her fabric lines by heart.
    this is a gracious giveaway.. thank you!
    and i will be praying for you and your family :)

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  14. I Support your fight against cancer and I send my congratulations. My younger brother ♥ died of a brain tumor 12 years ago, thank you for care!
    Best wishes from Argentina

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  15. Superb giveaway, thank you. I'm trying to get a vintage sheet scrappy trips quilt finished before the end of the year!

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  16. I've added your blog to my feedly so I'm a new follower

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  17. I tweeted: https://twitter.com/MaryEmmens/status/410486555736674304

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  18. I'm about to start stitching the binding down on a dolly quilt - my niece is getting a pram for Christmas and I'm making the bedding!

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  19. I am working on a quilt for my dad

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  20. I just finished a (commissioned) John Deere quilt for a 4-yr old. Now I have to get my DIL purse made before Christmas! :-)

    Prayers for Charlotte, her doctors, and for you.

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  21. wowza! i'm knitting furiously on Xmas presents right now but i'm hoping to finish my scrappy trips quilt before the end of the year.

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  22. I shared via Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/sewystuff/posts/567102390033256

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  23. Today I finished quilting on my Christmas quilt which was flimsy for three years, hope to bind it before Christmas

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  24. I'm hand quilting a quilt for my husband.

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  25. I soooo love the octopus print! At the moment I am creating christmas presents.. as always with a short time schedule, I mean, after all... christmas is coming as a surprise every year, no? ;)

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  26. I just started following you. I was going to mention in my other comment. My very first Heather Ross encounter was with this line and it is also the first fabric I ever ran to the sewing machine with almost as soon as it was in my hands. I love it!

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  27. Ooh, you're going to get a lot of entries for this giveaway. Heather Ross fabric is so nice and cute.

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  28. New follower via bloglovin

    (and I forgot to answer your question: I'm working on a herd of guinea pigs for the Fluff Project, a charity project I sew for).

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  29. Shared your giveaway on FB (user name JLVerde)

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  30. I just finished taking a metals class this last quarter, so I don't have any projects at home started, but I'm anxious to get going on one. Thanks!

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  31. Pinned it! http://www.pinterest.com/pin/121386152430430585/

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  32. I am helping a friend finish a baby quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  33. Thank you so much for your giveaway. I am currently hand quilting some tops that I made during the Summer.

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  34. I love this fabric and would made most welcome in my home! I'm finishing my City Skyline quilt for my son for Christmas!

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  35. Gorgeous fabrics. I'm working on some Christmas table toppers to give as gifts. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  36. Thank you for the lovely giveaway! I am currently working on a patriotic quilt for my FIL - he served in WWII. thank you

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  37. I'm a new follower with Bloglovin'. Thanks again.

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  38. I have a Briar Rose bundle I want to get into after the holidays and make a quilt for a girl

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  39. What a gorgeous bundle! I'm just finishing the quilting on my first ever quilt (it's a X-mas gift for my cousin's new baby).

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  40. Oh I know exactly what this is! Rare and in high demand!

    I just finished a 241 tote made with Briar Rose prints for a swap. I know my partner will love it!

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  41. I'm working on a queen size quilt for my sister in law from her kids' baby clothes. It's going to be beautiful & special. Thanks for the lovely giveaway!

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  42. Yes, wow, I know that stack. ;-) Never seen them in person, mind you, but I know them. Thanks so much to Anne. Right now I'm working on two Super Totes for Christmas presents. Hope I get them done. Thanks again!

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  43. I'm a new follower via Feedly -- thank you again!

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  44. Too many on the go projects right now. One of them is a baby quilt for a friend that I designed myself.

    syvisser@gmail(dot)com

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  45. Finishing a surprise Christmas quilt :)

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  46. Hi. I'm working on a quilt for a Christmas present. The top is finished. I'm also working on a cross stitch sampler for myself. Other projects in the works, too. A lot of starts.

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  47. I just finished the Cargo Duffle from Robert Kaufman/Noodlehead. Well, I still have to complete the binding, but it's in a totally usable state!

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  48. I just finished my first Christmas pillow, I'm about to start on some paper piecing next. Thanks!

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  49. Wow! I LOVE the giveaway prize! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  50. I'm working on a Christmas table runner for my mom!
    -Julie
    Intrepidtwins at gmail

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  51. I follow on bloglovin!
    -Julie
    Intrepidtwins at gmail

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  52. I'm working on finishing two quilts for Christmas presents. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  53. Right now I'm finishing zippy pouches to contain the socks I've knitted for my family and friends.

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  54. I am working on repairing a quilt for my niece and hope to have it done in time for Christmas. I have never actually seen any Heather Ross fabrics, but I really like what I have seen via the web.

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  55. I have a few current projects - isn't that always the case? A quilt top, a mini and a dress for my baby.

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  56. FOLLOW ON BLOG LOVIN'!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  57. HELLO,working on last minute Christmas gifts: place mats.table runners and ornaments!
    Thanks for sharing a great giveaway! MERRYCHRISTMAS!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  58. i am currently sewing a Christmas dress for my little girl

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  59. SHARED THIS GIVEAWAY ON PINTEREST
    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/187110559491881360/

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  60. So fabulous! I'm working on a quilt featuring mammals of oklahoma!

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  61. I'm NOW trying to finish my Mini Christmas Tree quilt. I need to have it done by the next weekend!!!!!

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  62. I'm quilting a modern maples quilt and working on a string-piece star quilt

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  63. I am finishing up ALMOST AMISH from McCalls quilt along. Prayers for a Cure. Merry Christmas. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  64. I am happy to follow you on Bloglovin. Merry Christmas. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  65. I am happy to follow you on FB. I liked and shared this giveaway on FB. Merry Christmas. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  66. I follow you! I follow some of your Pinterest boards, too. Ooooh, dont you feel special?

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  67. I am currently working on making sock monkeys for Christmas. Most of my neices and nephews have one hand made from me but not all so I need to make that better. I have 6 in progress and including the socktopus and socthulu for my friend and her husband there are 8 sock creatures in various stages that need to be done before Cmas. EEK!

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  68. I just finished a fabric basket for a co-worker, filled with hand-made goodies for her new baby.

    lenelson(at)mail(dot)com

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  69. I have a few projects, including a Magic Square quilt for a friend in France, and doll clothes that should find their way under a tree soon.

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  70. I am working on a memory game for my son using this tutorial http://www.ohsweetjoy.com/2013/03/handmade-memory-game-diy.html it is fun picking out little prints to fussy cut. I am also making my daughter a sock monkey (two years of begging)

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  71. i am following through blog lovin

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  72. I am working on the Christmas tree skirt. I need to get busy!

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  73. Oh la la lalalalalalalal! I am working on a mom/woman/ domestic diva quilt. I am fussy cutting lots of the ridiculous amount of stash I have and sewing them into strips and using the strips as bricks for a house. There's a pic on the last posting of my blog...and it's why I have so much fabric to give away. I am touched by your profile and am sending a huge hug and thoughts filled with strength! Stephanie Kwiltzbystephanie@blogspot.com

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  74. I've nearly finished my oakshott City Lights quilt - only the binding to go. Sadly I hate binding - which is why it still isn't finished. This is truly an amazing giveaway - thank you. :-)

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  75. Yes, I want it! I'm finishing up the binding on a quilt I made with Anna Maria Horner's Innocent Crush.

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  76. I am currently make a quilt for my parents and a quilt for my brother for Christmas!

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  77. I am a follower via The Old Reader!

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  78. I am working on a bazillion pajama pants that I give as Christmas presents. I am also working on a paper pieced Doctor Who quilt for my son.

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  79. You guys are so generous, i am finishing a pixelated heart quilt

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  80. What a beautiful bundle! Working on my 2nd Modern Christmas Tree quilt. Thank you!

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  81. I'm working on a lap quilt. Thanks so much for the chance!

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  82. Just finishing up the binding on a large lap quilt destined for charity. Thanks for the chance.

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  83. I'm working on a very simple vertical striped quilt. Thanks for the lovely giveaway

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  84. I just finished a DWR quilt for a challenge on line so I'm in between projects at the moment.
    Barb@Witsend

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  85. Hi Lauren... Project? All 6 of them? Lol... My most important project is getting pillow cases cut (not sewn) and wrapped to give to our two youngest granddaughters that are getting sewing machines for Christmas. I'm blessed. Sending love and healing positive energy to Charlotte. God bless.

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  86. <3<3<3 heather ross! Even with the dreary photos ;)

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  87. Hi Lauren... I'm a google friend connect follower... I would love to make a quilt for the 2014 auction... Please be sure to post your quilt requests so I can help. I'm Sending love and healing positive energy to Charlotte. God bless.

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  88. Wow, Heather Ross for SMS giveaway day ... and OOP Heather Ross, at that! She is a good friend indeed! Lots of questions for you about your quilt auction, etc., but I'll see if I can follow you and come back at my leisure to look around. I am a cancer survivor, myself, so your cause is near and dear to my heart.

    As for what I'm working on right now - I need to piece the backing for a baby quilt and get it sandwiched so I can have it complete by next Wednesday (well, almost complete - the baby's name is a secret, and I'll be adding that after she's born, but since it's appliqué, I'll just leave that area wide open for now).

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  89. fantastic giveaway - i totally missed the boat on this fabric the first time! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  90. And I am now a follower via FeedWrangler. I love it because it is so much like Google Reader when I use it with Mr. Reader on my iPad. :)

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  91. I'm currently working on 2 baby quilts--one for my baby, due in 8 weeks, and one for my sil, due next week.

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  92. Right now I'm working on a quilt for my grandmother. She was placed in a nursing home over the summer and has started to loose her memory. I've sent out charm squares to all of her kids and grand kids to sign and return to me to be pieced into the backing. I'm hoping it will remind her of us when we can't be there.

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  93. I love your quilts and what you are doing to help raise money for a worthy cause so I'm now a follower through bloglovin :)

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  94. A quilt for my niece. We were thrilled to find out she got into college...phew that was a tough one! So she needs a bed quilt! Thanks for the chance! Fight it girl!

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  95. And I'm happy to follow with google

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  96. My current project is finding the 3rd quilt top that I'm making for my boyfriends kids and misplaced somewhere in the last few weeks. I just finished the second quilt and I can't really do anything until I hunt that down...cough. Thank you for the most incredible giveaway ever, I have a few scraps of that i'm putting in a quilt soon, it sure makes me wish I'd started quilting earlier and been able to buy yardage!

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  97. My current project is a broken herringbone quilt for my daughter. It is a slow process as I am new to quilting, but I'm getting there.

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  98. I'm working on a Christmas quilt right now!

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  99. Yes!!! I WANT that fabric! ;). I'm going to start a quilt for my son. Finish it before Christmas ...it's finished in my mind, but have yet to actually start it!

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  100. currently working on 3 baby quilts.

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  101. I'm currently working on a pouch;) I do hope researchers would find the cure soon...

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  102. I am currently working on a Maple leaf quilt for my bed. Wonderful giveaway!

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  103. My current projectS are...finish the quilts I have nearly done for my two grown kids and finish some gifts for my grand kids.. I am making the older ones journal/drawing covered books..holds a table and pencils.

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  104. Umm, YES, I know what it is and I want it! I'm finishing 2 quilts before Christmas.

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  105. I'm working on finishing up some pillows for my grandparents for Christmas!

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  106. I'm a new follower with bloglovin'

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  107. I'm working on a bunch of hand-crafted ornaments at the moment
    Love this fabric - thanks!

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  108. I'm now following with feedly

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  109. I still have a table runner to finish before the holidays. Thanks

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  110. I have pillows that I'm finishing for Christmas.

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  111. I'm making pjs for Christmas Eve. Thanks.

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  112. So nice to meet you! I am currently working on a folded star centerpiece. For such a small project it sure takes a lot of sewing and pressing.

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  113. I am from sunny Malaysia, a newbie quilter but long time fabric hoarder lol...thanks for the opportunity :)

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  114. I am currently making a baby quilt for expecting SIL...I'm following your blog via bloglovin :)

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  115. I just finished sewing a foldover clutch using vintage fabric to give to a friend for Christmas. And now I'm working on a crochet ripple blanket.

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  116. I just finished a Christmas quilt. It has been cold and windy here.

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  117. Lovely fabrics! I'm working on 4 (!?) quilts and a bunch of boxer shorts for Christmas gifts at the moment.

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  118. I'm working on dresses for my granddaughters.

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  119. Just finishing up the binding on a churn dash quilt. Really pleased with the finished product.

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  120. I thought I was following on Bloglovin? Well, I am now.

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  121. Yes, I do want it! I am working on some cross stitch bookmarks while my machine is getting a spa treatment. Thank you for sharing! anglanouette at gmail dot com

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  122. I am making zippy pouches for teacher gifts and this fabric would be perfect. Actually, this fabric would be perfect for anything !!!!

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  123. Hello from cold & white Calgary!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  124. My current project is a binary (2 color) quilt for our modern guild challenge. I am in the midst of quilting it. Thanks for the chance to win this fab fabric. At our sew in there was a gal making a quilt with her fabric that she's been hoarding for 3+ years....

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  125. 2nd entry, I pinned that fab bundle and mentioned the give away on pinterest. Thanks again!!

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  126. I just finished a big xPlus quilt for our bed and am trying to complete two other quilts for holiday gifts. I love briar rose and the quilt I made with it for my grand daughter is one of my favorites this year, have fun with yours.

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  127. I am finishing some Open Wide Zip pouches (from Anna of Noodlehead blogs tutorial) & some tote bags that I'm making as gifts. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome bundle of fabric.

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  128. I'm a new follower on Bloglovin, thanks again.

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  129. I'm currently quilting Ruby's quilt and it is becoming a chore, I just want it finished! the weather where I am is amazing - lovely hot summer days.

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  130. I follow with Bloglovin', thanks for the chance to win!

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  131. Adore these fabrics! I currently have 2 quilt tops for my boys waiting for backs to be pieced, then I'll have to decide whether I send them out for quilting or attempt them myself!

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  132. Thanks for the chance to win, I am currently working on some cross stitch projects!

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  133. I am a new follower via Bloglovin

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  134. I'm currently finishing a fabric portfolio as a gift :) Thanks for a chance to win! julia(dot)glotova(at)gmail(dot)com

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  135. My current project... well, I'm in between projects. It's either doll pyjamas or cloth napkins next, though! Oh, Christmas sewing. You never end.

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  136. Lovely fabrics! I am currently working on my first ever full size quilt, for my daughter's bed. It is taking a looooong time. Looking for inspiration and encouragement and found your blog... Which I now follow. Thank you for sharing this giveaway and your family's story - it is inspiring on a whole new level. Thank you for the encouragement

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  137. I am working on a tree skirt for our tree and a play tent for my niece. Thanks!

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  138. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  139. I'm binding a quilt that I need to get in the post for Christmas.
    These fabrics are just wonderful.
    emma.house@thebowesmuseum.org.uk

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  140. This fabric is awesome! I love Heather Ross! My first quilt was made using her fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win. And hooray for Anna!

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  141. Beautiful fabrics! I'm currently working on a top for my baby girl. Thank you for the great giveaway!

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  142. I follow with GFC. Prayers and hugs for your family.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  143. Thank you for a beautiful giveaway. I have finished all my Christmas sewing and am about to start a lap quilt for an early January birthday.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  144. Wow, thanks SO much to you and your generous friend for such a fantastic giveaway! I have been dying to get my mitts on this line, it came and went before I started sewing (which was this past March).

    My current time-is-running-out-get-it-DONE project is a mini quilt/wall hanging for my husband (themed after the farm he grew up on). It's a Christmas gift, hence the panic. :D

    Love and prayers to your sweet girl. <3 And sending you warmth from Bermuda.

    xx Mari-Ann/Rockislander

    Hope you and yours have a wonderful holiday!

    PS: I can provide a US mailing address if you'd rather not ship out to the middle of the ocean! :)

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  145. I follow you on Pinterest! You have great boards!! xxMari-Ann/Rockislander

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  146. I've pinned your giveaway to my "fabric" board! Crossing my fingers that I'll win! This would make a sweet quilt top for my little girl! xx Mari-Ann/Rockislander

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  147. I'm making a Park West bag in time for the Sew Sweetness competition on SMS that ends Friday! Best wishes to you and your daughter.

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  148. I am currently working on a modified Grandmothers Flower Garden with 1 in hexagons. I really like EPP. Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  149. At the moment in working on some purses for friends and family. Love the fabric, great colours and love the sea theme!

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  150. I've got bags, and wallets in the works, but I just picked up knitting and have been sort of obsessed with that lately! I am a huge Heather Ross fan. I met her at quilt market in Portland last spring and had a little fan girl moment!!!

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  151. thanks for a chance! thanks To Anne also for relinquishing these fabrics! such beautiful colors!! im currently working on a butterfly quilt for my daughter and christmas zip pouches for school teachers!!

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  152. I am working on two baby quilts with Backyard Baby fabric. One of these quilts is 8 months late LOL! Oh well! Better late than never!

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  153. I'm working on the Tula Pink City Sampler quilt, there are lots of block still to go but they are fun to sew. Some quilting is in the queue, but that 'll have to wait until Christmas holidays. Thanks for the chance!

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  154. I am working on a dinosaur quilt for my grandson. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  155. oh i want this fabrics so badly, they are so beautiful
    right now I have a few things on my to-do-list, cushions and tablerunners
    yesterday finished a tablerunner
    a cushion already cut
    and a quilt half quilted

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  156. I took a rare quilting break and whipped up some catnip mice yesterday. Doing some EPP work as well:-) Thank you for this awesome opp!

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  157. Ooooo drooling over here, thanks for the awesome giveaway opportunity!

    I need to make a basket with lots of inside pockets for my mom's coffee table. I still have 2 weeks til Christmas... we'll see if it happens :)

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  158. Right now I'm working on Shell Shelters by Java House Quilts for Xmas.

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  159. I'm finishing up 2 Christmas lap quilts for me this year. I've always wanted some Christmas to cuddle up in!

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  160. At this point I am making nothing I stopped a few days ago and am now trying to dig out from under and pack up the craft room so we can paint it.

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  161. I posted your giveaway on my facebook timeline

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  162. A quilt for my daughter. She's currently in love with mermaids!

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  163. Awesome that you still have this!

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  164. I'm knitting a big comfy cowl for my best friend :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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