Thursday, October 28, 2010

Fat Quarter Surprise {a Halloween Giveaway}

Fat Quarter Surprise Giveaway

Trick or treat!  Wanna win a stack of 8 designer fat quarters?  Two winners will each take home a Fat Quarter Surprise set from Sew Love Fabrics this Halloween.  All of the fabrics are cut from those you see in Ruth's shop. The lucky winners will pass along favorite colors and/or designers, and she'll do her best to match your tastes

Enter now through Halloween night (midnight Sunday, October 31st).

Fat Quarter Stack

Ways to Enter {Leave a comment for each}

1:  Tell us what fabric is tops on your wish list!
2.  Follow Stitched in Color
3.  Let me know what you'd like to hear or see more of at Stitched in Color.  I'd love constructive criticism with the suggestions.  Don't worry, I can handle it!

Happy Halloween!  And thanks, Sew Love Fabrics!

249 comments:

  1. Echino fabrics are on the top of my list, always.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  2. I'd love to see more projects to beautify my home...

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  3. I really like the Alexander Henry Willow line. Thank you and happy Halloween!

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  4. I love anything Anna Maria Horner. It goes with everything! I love your tutorials....keep em coming.

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  5. Of course Echino & Innocent Crush are tops on my list!

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  6. I love anything from Anna Maria Horner. I just received a fat quarter pack of her new line Innocent Crush and it's spectacular. I have always wanted to work with her Drawing Room line.

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  7. not sure what I would change... maybe add a few most posts showing things you're inspired by?

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  8. It's hard to pick just one, but I love the Hope Valley line. I am drawn to things that are mossy green or slate blue and that line has both!

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  9. I'm in love with Anna Maria Horner's Innocent Crush fabrics right now.

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  10. I love your tutorials and could always use more!

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  11. I'm loving Early Bird by Cosmo Cricket these days

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  12. Heather Ross Far Far Away II is at the top of my list right now!

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  13. I am also a follower of your blog :)

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  14. I would love to see more of how you incorporate your sewing projects into your home. I love your idea of making a tablecloth from your favorite fabrics! More please!

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  15. Ooooh--I would love to win! Right now collecting some Bliss is at the top of my list, but I'm in love with most fabric lines!

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  16. I'm a follower via google reader!

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  17. Meadowsweet 2 is tops for me right now!

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  18. Riley Blake's Boo to You has me giddy! Ahhhh! I am in love:)

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  19. I love seeing stash and finished project pictures. I'd love to see a quilt-along geared toward more advanced quilters, though I think it's awesome that you've done such a detailed one for beginners--I pointed a few friends toward it!

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  20. I follow you on google reader

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  21. I'm loving Far Far Away II and Hope Valley at the moment.

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  22. I'm stuck on moda keiki wee woodland right now.

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  23. I'd love to see inspiration posts, or more advanced patterns.

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  24. Kaffe Fasset is top of my fav's list at the moment.

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  25. Right now I would really LOVE some of the new Cloud 9 Forest Friends, some old Amy Butler Forest prints, as well as an old Echino fav—Birds to Hang in magenta.Sigh . . .

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  26. I am really digging the new AMH Innocent Crush line, just about every last fabric in there!

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  27. Right now I love Riley Blake's Colorful Christmas line, it's so cute! Thank you for the chance!
    ~Stevie
    ne14whips6@yahoo.com

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  28. I really love the tutorials that you've done! They're so thorough and I feel like I'm really learning something, which is enjoyable. Maybe a post on quilt photography would be cool, I always love how your pictures turn out so great! And I second the idea of another quilt along!

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  29. I would love to see whatever little home dec type of projects you do around the house . . . I think you probably also have some great storage and organizing tips to share (or, at least I'd guess you do just based on the rest of your work!).

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  30. Does subscribing count? I've been a subscriber for a long time!

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  31. Any and all Anna Maria Horner fabrics. I love them all. What an awesome giveaway. Thanks for the chance.

    Blessings, Elizabeth

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  32. Love your tutorials. I am following along making the colorblock quilt. Just love it. So I would love to see more tutorials.

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  33. Now with a baby girl, I am loving MeadowSweet 2!

    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  34. The Far Far Away collection by Heather Ross is precious!

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  35. I really love Joel Dewberry fabrics. They look amazing on your colorblock quilt so far!
    kathrynleite(at)gmail(dot)com

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  36. I'm following you via google reader

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  37. At the top of my wish list... Far Far Away by Heather Ross. It just looks so lovely!

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  38. As a new quilter, I love tutorials. I am looking forward to coming back to your colorblock quilt tutorial soon. You did a great job at explaining everything, and I'd always love to see more.

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  39. Been dying dying to get some Dream On by Urban Chiks....seriously.

    I already "follow" you, of course :)

    What would I like to see on here? Maybe some holiday tutes for the upcoming months. I always love handy tips and new ways of looking at fabric possibilities (your post on values in a quilt was something I have never thought of).

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  40. Oops, I was supposed to leave a separate comment for each: your follower, I am!

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  41. (thanks for the heads up!)

    I'd love to see more tutorials, especially for relative newbies like me.

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  42. Holiday Tutorials
    Simple Sewing/Quilting Tips
    Insights into fabric possibilities, quilt design, etc.

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  43. Already follow!

    You know me, I'm a sucker for any Anna Maria! I think I'd like some Joel Dewberry herringbone but I'm not even sure you can get that anymore.

    Anyway - I love your blog - don't change a thing! It's been fun to see your projects and house and the occasional family activity. All good to me!

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  44. I like polka dots, japanese fabrics, all the fabrics used for your projects, I guess it is hard to narrow down. Joel Dewberry, amy butler, anna-maria, valorie wells, heather ross, lizzy house, ... thanks for the giveaway!

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  45. I follow you via Google Reader.
    Fabric on my top list are some of the older lines of Denyse Schmid and Amy Butler.

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  46. amazing how all the silent people come out of the woodworks when there's a giveaway, eh?

    let's see, top of my fabric wishlist is innocent crush and the joel dewberry fabric you used on your colorbrick quilt. especially the tree fabric. also i've been secretly jonesing for some echino, but really i just can't justify spending that kind of money on fabric.

    i can't think of anything i'd like to see different on your blog, it's one of the few that i always READ rather than peruse.

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  47. I love Japanese prints, and other neutral type stylistic prints.

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  48. WOODLAND DELIGHT, The Gray Collection. I LOVE everything about this collection!

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  49. I really love the quilt tutorial. I have never made a quilt before, and am waiting to move into our new house (when we buy one!) to make the color block quilt. I have a bunch of sentimental fabric that I would love to use in this, but have it all packed away already.
    Simple tutorials are always nice for the novice sewer like me! :)

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  50. I've been a follower! :) I <3 your blog!

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  51. Can't wait for Crush voile and velveteen! And Echino of course! But then I'm still trying to get my hands on the entire little folks voile too!

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  52. I, also, agree that more tutorials/quilt alongs. You explain quilting better than most (blogs) which makes it easier for newbies (like myself) to follow. I love your quilting style!

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  53. Handwork! I'd love to see some little things like embroidery or trinkets stitched by hand. I know it can be daunting, but I'm really into hand stitching lately.... Or for this week at least! Thanks for the giveaway!!! Hapy Halloween!

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  54. I'm in love with Crush, AMH, of course and I love Alexander Henry's prints.

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  55. I have enjoyed watching the quilting process and I think quilt-a-longs are always fun. I hopped over to your baby/maternity webstores - you've got good stuff there, too. How do you do it?

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  56. I really love the Anna Maria Horner fabrics. I really like the Innocent Crush line. I am also really drawn to mossy greens and grey blues found in other lines.

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  57. I really would love to see more glimpses of your home. I love the simplicity of design I have seen in your photos. I find a lot of inspiration by seeing the homes of others and how they make use of their handiworks!

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  58. On the top of my fabric wish list (which is many miles long...) is Denyse Schmidt's hope valley. I know that I am very late to the party but the other day I saw a quilt made with it and I fell in love. Can't help it :)

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  59. And I follow you (very privately in my google reader (: )

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  60. I follow you via Google reader.

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  61. It's fun to see the things you make because it gives inspiration to all of us. I think that's why many of us follow blogs - for the inspiration we receive from our fellow quilters and sewers.

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  62. I am trying to build my stash since I don't have the resources to purchase much fabric right now. I would love some oranges, purples, blues, greens, yellows, solids...you name it, I will enjoy working with it.

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  63. LOVE TO SEE SOLIDS+DARK COLORED DOTS!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!
    LOVE,LINDA

    jldouglas@wispwest.net

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  64. LOVE READING YOUR BLOG!
    THANKS FOR YOUR IDEAS+SHARING SUCH A NEAT GIVEAWAY!

    jldouglas@wispwest.net

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  65. SUSBSCRIBED TO FOLLOW YOU THRU GOOGLE READER.
    THANKS FOR SHARING,LOVE,LINDA

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  66. Right now I'm loving Dream On, Fandango, and Castle Peeps, wish I could get a half yard bundle of each, haha! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  67. I'd love to see more quilts and projects! I, too, love the tutorials you've done, and would love to see more of those! Thanks again for the giveaway!

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  68. I have to say that Innocent Crush is on the top of my fabric wish list at the moment, although anything from Anna Maria Horner is so pretty.

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  69. I'm already a follower (in google reader)

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  70. Enjoying "watching" your brickwork quilt along. I love your tips and "shortcuts". Since I want to learn how to quilt, more tutorials for newbies like me would be great.

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  71. I love the new line POODLE by Jennifer Paganelli. Don't have a bit of that and I think I could put it to good use!

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  72. I've been crushing on Dream On. It's on the Christmas list! :)

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  73. I love the Darla fabrics by Tanya Whelan. Yummy!
    Sandy A

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  74. I follow you already. :)

    Thanks for the "Halloween treat!"
    Sandy A

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  75. I love all the pictures you show with your tutorials. Keep up the good work! I'd love to see more about how you pick the fabrics for a pattern, or vice verse. :)

    Sandy A

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  76. I am dying to get my hands on Urban Circus, I am in love with those animals!

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  77. I loooove Meadowsweet 2 from Sandi Henderson. Especially the Henna Garden prints. But really, all of them are great.
    heather.nevits@gmail.com

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  78. Hmmm maybe more tutorials on making stuff for the home? I really liked the Easter napkins you made, and I have a lot of those fabrics in my stash. Sometimes those simple things may seem too easy for a tutorial, but I am a fairly new sewer - so I'd love tutorials on things like that!
    heather.nevits@gmail.com

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  79. I love Bliss, Dream On, Fandango - I'm pretty much an equal opportunity fabricaholic!

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  80. I've been following you for a while now, and I just love your blog!

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  81. And I think you write excellent tutorials, so I'd love to see more of them! Thanks for the chance at your wonderful giveaway!

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  82. I'm following the Quilt-Along on your blog (I'm behind), but anything to help a newbie quilter is what I want to see more of on your blog!

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  83. There are a number of Etsuko Furuya / Echino fabrics at the top of my wish list!

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  84. I am an avid follower! I check almost every day. :)

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  85. I really like the quilt along. I am not participating right now because I have too many unfinished projects, but I am reading and learning a lot!

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  86. As for fabric, I'm a little all over the place:

    Matisse and Farmdale (natural) by Alexander Henry
    Innocent Crush by Anna-Maria Horner (both Charmed and Swept Away)
    Dream On by Urban Chiks
    Hope Valley by Denyse Schmidt (especially the greens)
    Parisville by Tula Pink (especially the Sprout Palette)
    Modern Meadow by Joel Dewberry (berry)

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  87. Yes! I'd have to go with Innocent Crush.

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  88. Love your blog! I'd like to see (even more) tutorials.

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  89. The top of my list is anything Heather Ross--her line is so pricey but oh-so-beautiful! From there I often lust after Denyse Schmidt, Echino, Heather Bailey & Joel Dewberry. I kind of like everything!

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  90. I love Heather Bailey,Anna Maria Horner...but I just saw "Meadowsweet" collection by Sandi Henderson and that's top of my list now!

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  91. You're already in the sidebar of my blog and in my Google Reader so I don't miss a post from you!

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  92. Your tutorials are great.Would love more tutes :)

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  93. Ruth's shop is my first stop whenever I need fabric! Right now, some prints from Cosmo Cricket's Tailor Made and some Farmdale are on my list. Wait. Who am I kidding? Any and all of the fabrics in Ruth's shop are on my list!!!

    Thanks for the chance to enter!

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  94. I am enjoying the current quilt-a-long. I'm actually not currently quilting-along because I have a major craft fair coming up and am working on it furiously. But, I'm saving all of the posts and will be making my version over the Christmas holidays when family is around to distract my kids. :) So, pretty please, more fabulous quilt alongs!

    Thanks again for the chance to enter!

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  95. I like bliss and anything batik

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  96. I really love the Dream on line and Bliss!

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  97. I really like that you're doing a quiltalong and it's always great to see new tutorials! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  98. and i love love love AMH'S garden party- i can find it in bits and pieces, but not the full line :( boo!

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  99. i love your tutorials- they are so fantastic. so, its probably a lot of work for you, but hey, if you ever get bored i would love to see more tutorials :)

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  100. Just about anything by Kate Spain!

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  101. I'm just a beginner so everything is fantastic! Tips, tricks, tutorials, quilt alongs, inspiration... eating it all up out here :-).

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  102. It's so hard to choose a favourite, but I love rich mossy greens and deep blues in florals and paisleys. Thannks for a wonderful giveaway!

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  103. As a new quilter I would love to see more tutorials. I am currently working on your colourbrick quilt and loving it!

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  104. Alexander Henry's Spotted Owls is positively scrumptious!

    almondpanda @ gmail.com

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  105. My favorites are AMH in general, but as for specific fabrics, I've really been wanting some Saffron Craig!

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  106. I think you're on the right track here -- I always love quiltalongs and tutorials!

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  107. What a wonderful giveaway!! At the tippy top of my wish list is AMH Innocent Crush! Thank you!

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  108. Now subscribed via Google Reader :)

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  109. Far Far Away 2 by Heather Ross (Rapunzel in Blue) is definitely tops on my wishlist - I ADORE that fabric! Thanks for the awesome giveaway, I would think I'd died and gone to heaven if I won this!

    Lindsey
    kindredspiritreviews at gmail dot com

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  110. I really can't think of a single thing to suggest. I love that you took on a quilt-a-long, explaining the process so well (even if I didn't have time to tackle that one right now). You have so many snippets of inspiration that you share (loving the tablecloth right now!) and I love all of the eye candy!

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  111. I'm a new subscriber so don't want to give you any constructive criticism, but I LOVE tutorials! There can never be too many. :)

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  112. I follow you in google reader. Love the blog.

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  113. I love the Bliss polka dots. I need to add them all to my stash.

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  114. I love the quilt posts. Keep them coming.

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  115. I'm dying for some Innocent Crush. :D

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  116. Would always enjoy more tutorials!

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  117. I love fabric and yarn so much. I am a textilalcohic (my own word). But there it is, I am hooked. I would love some of these beautiful prints. My favorit was
    FROLIC by Wendy Slotboom, Half Yard Set in blue.
    I have never won anything on line before, but it does not stop me from trying.

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  118. I am loving the colorbrick quilt class. It is just the right amount of work to get in done in time. And you are a fabulous teacher. Maybe another project like this, and in a similar format.

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  119. I already follow you. Thanks for your beautiful posts.

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  120. I would LOVE to get my hands on some FMF. But keeping it in the realistic realm, I'm totally digging on some AMH Innocent Crush right now. LOVE!

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  121. I am already a follower and have been (somewhat haphazardly) participating in the Color Brick quilt along! :o)

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  122. I would love to see the Tutorial section expanded. I love the projects you produce and think you have a great eye for color/value. The tutorials you do have (as well as the instructions in the quilt along) are well laid-out and easy to follow. I'd definitely be interested in seeing under that tab!

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  123. Meadowsweet 2, Modern Meadow (yellows/brown), AMN Innocent Crush (orangey and grey), Hope Valley, High Society (orangey) - any of these are on my list - I just like fabric. Thanks for the lovely giveaway. alternate email mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  124. Now that I've gotten up to my elbows in Christmas fabric and projects, I'm searching out oranges and purples for hubby's project (Clemson fan). I have it on my wish list for Santa but and it seems I see everything but. You wait, after the project is completed, boom, an explosion of purple and orange will appear!!
    Thank you for this giveaway!
    nsue21702 at gmail dot com

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  125. I am a follower and have had a blast reading your tutorials.
    nsue21702 at gmail dot com

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  126. It's hard to say what i'd like to see "MORE" of...your blog has a great balance. Between family and quilting tutorials etc...you've got it down. Maybe a camera tutorial on how you take such good clear pics on your tutes? You may very well have it on this blog, and I've missed it ..sorry if that is the case!
    nsue21702 at gmail dot com

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  127. I subscribe to your blog through google reader. alternate email mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  128. I LOVE LOVE LOVE Amy Butler, Heather Ross, Heather Bailey, Alexander Henry, Laurie Wisbrun... and my list goes on and on! Oh, Kona Solids too! ;-)

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  129. Oh, and more tutorials please! ;-)

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  130. I love your blog. Seriously, it's one of my favorites because you are very thorough yet there's not too much rambling plus you make small projects, not just giant quilts. So in a perfect world you would probably post more small tutorials (like how you made that adorable hexagon tree for instance.) But let's be honest, there's only so many hours in the day so keep doing what you're doing!

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  131. And I'm a new follower now too! Yay!

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  132. It's a stretch to find something to suggest as an improvement as like your blog.
    Here goes: I like to read blog rolls - do not have my own blog - and it helps to see the name of the last post and how long ago it was made. Perhaps that change could be made.
    My main purpose in reading blogs is to read about quilts, quilt making, tutorials, patterns, hints, new fabrics, etc. Your blog is easy to read and loads fast. Thanks for seeking feedback.

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  133. I love anything Amy Butler, Joel Dewberry, or Anne Marie!
    sdulion@comcast.net

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  134. I have followed you for a while! Love the quilt tutorial. I'm behind on it but you definitely got me pass the fear of cutting the fabric.
    Shelia
    sdulion@comcast.net

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  135. Improving!- more quilting tutorials. You are awesome at walking us thru each individual step.
    Love it
    Shelia
    sdulion@comcast.net

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  136. Thanks for the great giveaway, Rachel! Right now my favorite line is City Weekend. I'm just loving it.

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  137. right now, tops on my list is the anthology fabrics. they are making me happy!

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  138. And, of course, I am a loyal follower.

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  139. I am really loving your quilt-a-long. Unfortunately this month has been crazy and I haven't been able to participate. But I love your style so definitely host another one soon!

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  140. improve? you? I don't think so! I love what you make and we seem to be on the same wavelength pretty often. I'm totally lame, but I guess what draws me to any blog is a witty sense of humor and lots of how to's.

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  141. Lots of polka dot fabric! I am a new quilter so I really like the tutorials and quilt alongs.

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  142. Amy Butler and Kona Solids would be my favourite. Thank you for being so generous and sharing.

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  143. What a delicious giveaway! The fabric on the top of my wishlist is some kei dots in all different colors! :)

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  144. Love your sewing tutorials! You use lots of pictures and are really clear about all the steps! :)

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  145. 1: I love all sorts of fabrics! I love Farmdale, I love Innocent Crush, I love Far, Far Away, I kinda love the Willow set on the Sew Love Fabruc etsy shop... Should I keep going???
    2. I follow you!!! I am even doing your Colorbrick quilt!
    3. Love the tutorial! PROMISE you'll do more quilts after colorbrick is over!!!

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  146. Anything from Anna Maria Horner is a favourite, still love Good Folks.

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  147. I am now following after discovering you through the quilt festival!

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  148. I love so see step by step progression pics of quilts.

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  149. Oh my goodness how happy would I be with more beautiful fabric :) Thanks to Rachel I am starting my first ever quilt!! I am so excited. I was always overwhelmed by learning how to quilt that I just never went near it. Now with the Quilt a thon I have a perfect chance to learn. Rachel has done such an awesome job with this, so easy to understand and tons on info!!

    The main thing I would love to see on here are more fun projects and maybe some future quilts?? Thanks for all you do. You have inspired me to take my quilting to a whole new level :)

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  150. Add me in - I want more coffee colors in with the brights. : )

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  151. Zanzibar!!! Or Remix will do too... Or some polka dots in gorgeous colors!!! Oh I have already started dreaming... Good luck to me... LOL
    Thanks for the giveaway...
    Cheers
    Shruti

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  152. On the very top of my list is Castle Peeps by Lizzy House in greens and yellows.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    butler83ataoldotcom

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  153. I am a new follower
    butler83ataoldotcom

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  154. I am new to your blog, AND a new quilter, so I would just have to say that I love tutorials as I am learning so much different stuff by them. Thanks again.
    butler83ataoldotcom

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  155. Top of my list? I can't wait to get my hands on some It's a Hoot by MoMo.

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  156. I tend to gravitate towards french country prints. So anything similar to that.

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  157. AS far as feedback. I am new to quilting and still learning. I love tutorials on anything crafty or sewing.

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  158. At the moment I want some Castle Peeps green and yellow range to finish my castle peeps quilt and I am coveting some Innocent Crush from Anna Maria Horner as I reckon it would make a perfect quilt for my mum!

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  159. I enjoy your blog as it is right now.

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  160. Anything Riley Blake or Fandango.

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  161. Your blog is great! Just keep doing what you're doing.

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  162. Right now I'm loving Isso Ecco & Heart, and Fandango.

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  163. I'm drooling over the High Society by Khristian Howell in Clay and Lime colorways.

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  164. I'm a new follower of your blog, but I'm interested in home decor items and gifts. Thanks for the chance!!

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  165. I always love to see tutorials with step by step photos!
    Thanks for the chance :D

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