Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Bloomerie Scrap Challenge!

How about a little fun?

A little, lighthearted challenge?

New fabric is involved, people! And not in the usual way.

Jess at Bloomerie Fabrics and I have something in mind to get your creativity flowing.  It's a breezy mix of seven fabrics from Flora, Hello Pilgrim, Lucy's Crab Shack, Sanctuary and a Kona solid. Summer Breeze is a fat sixteenth bundle we've conjured like a cool wave of fresh air.  Take a closer look...

Summer Breeze Scrap Challenge!

Ooh la la!  Now, what would you make with it?  Seriously, start thinking because it's yours for the taking.  Four participants will receive a scrap bundle of all fabrics shown in 9" x 11" pieces entirely free.  But, of course there's a catch.... you have to sew with it!  I know, that's asking a lot.  You probably hate sewing and there's just nothing on your "to sew" list, but there it is.  Yep, there's always a catch.

Summer Breeze Scrap Challenge!

Let's talk nitty gritty...  On Thursday of this week I'll announce the 4 participants, our scrap challengers.  As soon as we have your address info, Bloomerie will mail out those fabrics, likely getting them in the mail by Saturday.  Then, you must make something... anything!!!! using all 7 scrap fabrics, plus one fabric of your own choosing if desired.  So, you can add the extra fabric, but you don't have to.  You do have to use all 7 scraps, but you can use a little or a lot of each.  Participants can use their own buttons, trims, etc. to embellish if needed.

There's a deadline!  Really, it's a good thing, cause that means you'll enjoy this now.  You must finish sewing your project and post pictures by Sunday, July 8th.  (For that reason, we're going to have to limit the challenge to U.S. residents.  We hate having to do that, but we've seen such a huge range in the amount of time international orders take to deliver.)  Participants can either share the results on their blog, or if they don't blog, sharing pictures on flickr will do.  We want to see what you make because...

Summer Breeze Scrap Challenge!

You and your project will be featured here!  On July 9th, I'll be posting about you, with pictures of your project and hopefully some tidbits about your process.  Looking forward to it!  You people never fail to inspire me!  Now, all we have to do is figure out which of you 4 are destined to receive a cool Summer Breeze?

So, go ahead, convince me.  I'll hand pick our participants (make sure you are a U.S. resident and can post finished project pictures by July 8th on your blog or flickr stream), quite possibly with one hand tied behind my back.

I'm sure this could get interesting...

106 comments:

  1. How about picking me? Giving a newbie sewer and blogger a chance to make it on your blog??? I won't tell you what I will make, cause I don't know yet, and want to keep it a surprise. BUT, I have a weekend away planned right before this where I plan to sew, sew, sew!

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  2. And, I am the first comment, and they never win, so there's that too!!! See how excited I am????

    http://mermaidsews.blogspot.com

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  3. ooh choose me. I would love to make a table topper with these. I need one for summer and I love those colors and the combination is wonderful. They would be perfect for my thoughts of a topper or maybe even a runner. OOH how fun!!!

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  4. Seems like I'm on a roll with scrap projects lately, so why not throw my hat in? I'm thinking my project will be a summer vacation inspired goodie that will be lots of fun...you'll have to pick me to find out what I might come up with ;)

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  5. I'm going to say summer pot holders! Something happy and worthy of a summer bbq. Pick me!

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  6. I don't know what I'd make but I LOVE the idea of a competition. I think if I was a participant I'd make something that pushes the limit of what I normally do!

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  7. Ooh, pick me! I have a bunch of patchwork projects in my queue that these would be perfect for!!

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  8. A cool summer bag. Not sure what shape yet, but I've recently been inspired to sew bags and purses. I've been following the Purse Palooza so I have ideas coming out of my ears. This would be the perfect excuse (and wonderful color combination) to sew myself a bag.

    amy(at)activecore(dot)org

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  9. I'd love to make something with these pretty scraps. I'm thinking a hexagon flower or two that I could applique onto a bib or a small play blanket/lovey for my 6-month old daughter.

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  10. Oh I see rolling meadows, flowery fields, a church with stain glass windows, and oh, the beads,buttons, Sulky metalics just dancing thru it all.

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  11. I'd love to participate. I'd challenge myself to use the prints to design a quilted wall-hanging portrait of my dog Bullett. Fun challenge!

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  12. I would absolutely love to compete! I'm imagining a wallet and purse combo with some sort of natural fabric so that the colors really pop. I love the fabrics that have been chosen. Oh please, oh please, pick me!!

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  13. These are so pretty! My mom is starting a new teaching job this fall that she is really nervous about and I would love to make her a cute patchwork bag. These colors would be perfect!

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  14. I love this bundle! Thanks so much for a chance at such a fun challenge! I would love it if you picked me! I have had something on my sewing to-do list that would be perfect for this breezy bundle! And, it will definitely have some embroidery on it!

    Here's my portfolio! :)

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/colleenamareena/

    http://colleenamareena.blogspot.com/

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  15. Oooh, what fun! I'm seeing scrappy curtains paired with a light linen or voile. Or something pretty for the home like a pillow or fabric baskets. Thanks for the opportunity! : )

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  16. Here's a mom of 3 who could use some 'time out' at her sewing machine! I would love the challenge of putting something creative together with these lovely prints. I'm up to it!

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  17. i'm ready to make stackable bowls.. i'm ready, i'm ready!! :-)

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  18. I think a cute little half apron for a summer bbq would be in order!

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  19. Ooo pick me pick me! I love all the colors in this bundle and I can totally see something fun and summery. They are perfect beach colors (hmm...)! Not that I have any real idea of what I would make just yet, bur my wheels are turning!
    Thanks for the chance!

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  20. Ok, so clearly I'm not throwing my name in the hat but I just HAD to post to say that all of y'all have some really great ideas in mind for this little bundle! So excited to see what these stacks become!

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  21. Oh man, I have a great little idea, but I won't be home during the challenge time! Bummer. I hope you do this again!

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  22. Oh great idea...but will have to just watch what is being made.

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  23. Ooh, I think I'd make a baby quilt or playmat. Those fabrics look fun and fresh and playful.

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  24. I have this technique in my head that I'd love to try small, like maybe a wall hanging, before I make it into the baby quilt I eventually hope to create. I hope this makes sense:
    I'll use the seven fabrics to make a postage stamp patchwork. Then I'll cut out a word (for the baby quilt it will be the baby's name; here it will be Welcome or Eat or similar) for some reverse applique. For the background cloth I'll use a solid, which will be my 8th fabric. I want to mimic Elizabeth Fransson's postage stamp method for the solid fabric, but without any cutting and piecing - just fold at even intervals and sew tiny hems and cut them for the look of piecing. Then once the solid fabric is "pieced," I will set it at a small angle behind the 7-fabric patchwork with the cut-out so that the solid squares are "climbing" and therefore more visible, and complete the applique. Does that make sense? :) These greens remind me of my mom's antique china cabinet which has this 1930s green stain on the wood, so I'll probably make something for my mom's dining room.

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  25. I am interested in doing some crazy, sparkly embellishments! How to do get considered for this? Here is my site with art, blog and all that is me,

    www.jenniferlovegironda.com

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  26. Ohhhh yummy!!! Love the coolness of these greens! I'd love to have a chance to make a market bag with them. I have a sweet friend, that I have know for half of eternity, who is going through some tough stuff right now. Her birthday is coming up and I'm going homemade with her presents this year. I'd love to "wrap" them up in a homemade bag.

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  27. Wellll,,maybe something with some linen in it,,,,yeah, linen would go nicely with that Summer Breeze Bundle! Pick Me, and thanks for the opportunity!

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  28. Hmmm, I want to do a really awesome wall hanging that I've been dreaming up for awhile now. The colors are perfect and I can't wait to start. I can definitely work on a deadline especially since July 8th is like, so far away, right? My wall hanging involves some hand-stitching, and a fresh, scattered, organic look. Scattered like "petals at a wedding", not scattered as in "cluttered and crazy". My little Chickadee is away at camp for the very first time this week and I could use the distraction!! Thanks for considering me!

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  29. The colors in these fabrics are so lovely! I'm working on a set of pillows for my mother's three season room. Her new furniture is khaki and the walls are a warm cedar but the room needs a pop of color. She loves blues and greens and I'd love to make two scrappy pillows out of these fabric bundles!

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  30. Love these fabrics. Would a quilt top, not a completed quilt be considered? If so, consider me. Thank you.

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  31. Our unit just moved offices and I have a bigger office. It looks very bare. A mini-quilt would look good. I have never tried one and I love those cute hangers. This would give me a great excuse to buy one. That color combination is so fresh and would jazz up my "state" office.

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  32. Ooh I love scrappy projects!! I'd probably make a cute summer tote or pouch. Maybe a pillow?! The possibilities are endless! Hope I get picked!

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  33. Me Me Me!!! I love those colors and I promise to make you proud :)
    I seriously need to stitch some little dresses for my little girls. A deadline is just what I need to get things done...

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  34. Pick me!?? I have a itty bitty wall hanging project percolating in my brain that would be perfect for these fabrics. AND I'm a teacher and finish school on June 29th and if I don't die the only thing I'm going to want to do is sew. ps: I'm Canadian but I'm really friendly with Americans so pls don't discount me as a result of my passport. :)

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  35. I've never done anything like this, but I love the fabric and love a challenge.

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  36. Ooh, I'd already fallen for some of those fabrics before I saw this post! I've never done a challenge, but I want to!!! Pick me, please! I'm new to this blogging challenge world but not to sewing :)

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  37. oh - these are just lovely - and a challenge is just what I need to get a finish! Can't wait to see what your scrap challengers come up with!

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  38. Oh I would love to play! I would see how many coordinating items I could get out of the bundle.... maybe some sewing items? A needle book, project bag, pin cushion.... etc etc... you get the gist! what a fun idea!

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  39. Me! Me! Me!
    Can you see me waving my hands in anticipation of those fabrics? I'm absolutely drooling over the colors, as they'd definitely work well with my next project!
    Does bribery work? I make an awesome brownie....just saying!
    Thanks bunches for the opportunity...and I'd love to participate, if you haven't already figured it out!
    Toni
    www.lifeinapinkbunnysuit.com

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  40. Oh hands down, you should pick me. Other than the fact that I am awesome and talented (see my blog www.MarciGirlDesigns.com) I will take these awesome gender neutral fabrics and make a super sweet outfit for my baby boy!

    Seriously, I don't know how in the heck you are going to pick, I wouldn't want that job!

    P.S. Congrats on being a finalist in the Summer Sewing Contest!

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  41. Hi! I'd like to make a doll quilt with these fabrics (oh, I know they're not pink, but she's growing up and will love these). Please, let me in on this :)

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  42. I would love to make a double irish chain baby quilt with those fabrics being the light - how "cool and breezy" would that be for a baby!! Thanks for considering me!! Carmela in PA

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  43. I have in mind a message board/ key area, something delightful, I saw one that was wood, but I have a different Idea with cork. Its unlimited the idea, but I think the material speaks peace, so I will limit mine to 4 areas.. Theses are hints.. I like simple and would enjoy looking at the fabric

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  44. Such pretty colors and the possibilities are endless. I have some space on my wall that could really use some color. Thanks for the chance to participate.

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  45. Seriously, what a fun idea! Hmm, okay so I soaked up some inspiration from the bundle and I think this is what I would do. I have been really wanting to make a backpack/purse lately, so how about stamps patchwork, or a stamps/hst patchwork, backpack/purse. I'd probably ad in a few more solids so I have enough fabric, maybe even make a matching wallet! Oh how fun.

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  46. First of all congrats on being a finalist in the Summer Sewing Contest!

    Now, Pick me! Pick me! I never get picked! hahaha I so would love to do this I think I would make a wall hanging using vintage iron on transfers, these fabrics and some of my hand-embroidery!

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  47. What beautiful, cool summery fabrics! I can just imagine them with some white linen to set off those lovely hues. They would make the perfect summer table topper under a vase of white daisies. Then again, I could also make...

    Thanks for the fun contest!

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  48. Love the fabrics. I would love to make something with these. I'm thinking maybe a bag or table topper. I have to see the fabrics in person to see what "they" say to make out of them.

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  49. I love the fabrics. I would choose crisp white as my extra fabric. I think I would make a table runner with the Dresden plate pattern.

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  50. Oh oh oh pick me pick me!!! I absolutely love these colors!! And I have the perfect project in mind.... This would be a lovely project to take my mind off our impending move (late July). I am doing my best to avoid packing so I would LOVE to tackle this happy project! Plus it would be perfect to finish the project and have something wonderful to decorate our new home!
    Thanks so much for the chance!
    Amy
    abcsemartin(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  51. Hmm I think they look like they want to become some fabric baskets, and maybe a drawstring bag...

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  52. Couldn't ask for better timing!
    My daughter's birthday is July 7th!! :D
    I would most certainly use this fabric to create her birthday present....
    Shhhh, can you keep a secret?
    I'm thinking an adorable table runner for her hope chest!

    sowingstitches [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  53. I'm thinking of finally doing a paper pieced kite or apple core project. Something this small would be PERFECT for taking outside when the hoodlums, er, kids are playing in the pool. It'll be perfect as either a table runner or as a door hanger. I'd LOVE to try this challenge, and show off the yummy yummy fabrics once it's done!!

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  54. Great Summer colors! They seem like they would make a beautiful patchwork purse/bag to carry for the Summer!

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  55. Loving these colors!! I was thinking I need a cover or a pouch for my nook color. Maybe one of those stand up covers so you can watch movies with it. Thanks for the opportunity to participate. I got the quilting bug about 1 1/2 year ago and it is an amazingly fun addiction!!

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  56. What fun, but don't pick me! I have no clue what I would make, pillow, wall hanging, purse, something sweet and nice. Hum. Nah, better pick someone else who had more experience! But it sure will be fun to see what folks come up with. :)

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  57. Love the colors in this assortment - pretty much what is in my kitchen! I have been wanting to make a set of placemats and I think this fabric would be great for that...I have a few different ideas for a pattern, one would be improv piecing, something I really need to try. It'll be great to see what these 4 bundles become!

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  58. It's become obvious that my wall in my studio needs some inspiration and thanks to Handstitched I'm in a hand sewing mood. I'd love to make a scrappy hoop for my wall with a mix of machine applique and hand sewing/embroidery.

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  59. If I received the fabric, I would make it into a quilt for a child in need.

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  60. After two total knee replacements and two total hip replacements my mom (who is still pretty young really) has dislocated her hip. It's time for a new "walker bag" to carry her things and a matching ereader case. Cheery summer fabric is always just what the dr ordered. Especially when we ship it full of sugar babies and rolos.

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  61. These look GREAT for a little baby quilt/playmat for a friend who has been trying SO LONG to have a baby and is finally pregnant! I am definitely going to make her one, I was just deciding on the perfect fabric...

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  62. Wow, these fabrics are great! And this is a really fun idea - I just read everybody's ideas and loved them all. I've been incubating the idea of a super scrappy plushie, inspired by the stuffed calico cats my grandma used to make me when I was little. I think these would work together perfectly for that!

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  63. I will use them in a block or two for my grand daughter's quilt that I am making using hot pink and lime green. On my computer that seems to be the colors. If not then I will do a hand applique piece that I have.

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  64. I like to make mini quilts and try new techniques, do I will be looking for something to try in case you pick me : )

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  65. Wow! How fun!!! I love challenges. :D

    I love that these colors scream summer- which is my favorite season! I'm so ready for all things summery. I would love to use these to make either a fun wallhanging/mini quilt or a tote bag that I can embellish. I've been learning all new (to me) techniques and embroidery and I'd love to embellish and decorate something and make it extra pretty. :D

    So I'd loooove it if you picked me. ;)

    I can't wait to see what the winners come up with!

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  66. I'm not sure what I would make, but I'd try to do something I've never tried before. This has been a crazy year for me and I'm just starting to get back into life again and this would be a good project.

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  67. I would absolutely love to make something for this challenge! I'm thinking of making either a beauty product organizer or a toy organizer for my girls' little trinkets. You can see samples of my work at fabricmutt.blogspot.com. Thanks for the chance!

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  68. What a wonderful idea. Pity I can't enter , I live in Australia. Looking forward to seeing what is created .good luck to all my online friends

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  69. Eek! I have the perfect project. It's a pattern by Ellie Mae Designs. Bins (sturdy ones)to hold my goodies in my sewing room! Such an awesome project :-)

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  70. Oh oh, this seems like it might be fate! After working on some big projects lately, I just sketched out a plan for a baby quilt I'm hoping to make soon-- and it would be the perfect match for these fabrics! I think baby quilts are one of my strengths, and I've been dying to cut into some fabric for this one I have in mind. Plus, the reason it seems like such a good match is because my design only uses smaller pieces of print fabric to make the colors pop, and I can definitely visualize this stack becoming a soft, cuddly little baby quilt.
    Plus-- I think I secretly love a deadline :) It has helped me finish many a project!

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  71. I would have loved to participate ! Unfortunately, I'm considered International since I live in Canada.. I'll just enjoy seeing what the "winners" come up with I guess :)

    And I love this idea !

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  72. *waves hand frantically* Pick me! Pick me!

    I'm a new-ish sewist/quilter (less than a year), and would love to use this scrap challenge to stretch my creative wings. If I had the opportunity to take on this scrap challenge, I would sit down and create a completely original project (original being that I didn't find a tutorial online, or see a block on Pinterest to copy). I've always been great at following directions, but coming up with a design out of thin air is a struggle to my creativity.

    And maybe (110% sucking up here), I could also use it to practice more techniques learned in my Handstitched Camp! :D

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  73. I have been wanting to make an arm rest pin cushion thingy. Or maybe some organizational things for my sewing room. Those fabrics are absolutely beautiful! Whoever you choose, I can't wait to see what they make!

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  74. My BFF is expecting her 2nd child (a boy this time) and this would be so great being a part of it!

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  75. I'm in.

    My idea for these fabrics is from a tutorial I saw on vanessachristenson.com (june 13th). Little hexagons--very cute. I used her technique on a doll quilt for my daughter almost 2 years ago . . . so I've done it before, but not that shape.
    My blog is mydesiretocreate[dot]blogspot[dot]com.

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  76. I've already left a comment (#12), but I've been doing some scrap-challenge daydreaming...
    http://runningincirclesblog.com/?p=112

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  77. The blues and greens are my typical fabric choices so my current fabric would support this scrap bundle well. I'd love for you to chose me, I've been a faithful reader for quite awhile now and I'm a supportive commenter. I'd like try making a table runner with the fabric, but who knows.

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  78. These fabrics are great colors, and I would love to play with them. I have been making doll clothes for a couple of weeks, and I am ready to get my hands back into creating something quilty. Thank you for considering me for this challenge.

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  79. I would love love love the chance to make something. I've only completed two quilts now, but I'm addicted to buying fabric wish I had all the time in the world to make everything I want. I've never made a purse, but if I were to win these fabrics that is what I would make. My first purse! A great participate because I can definitely related with being a beginner, plus my favorite color is green! Also I know I can get this project done right now because I am currently getting my masters degree and work full time, but I'm out of class all June & July! :) Please Please!

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  80. I'd love to turn the packet of fabrics into a one of a kind Toddlers Dress. Complete with ruffles, lace and maybe ribbons. Certainly you can see the dress too?? It's clear as a bell in my imagination! :)

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  81. I love quilting. I have never tried to be featured for anything, I only have quilted for loved ones and new babies. I would love to try something fun and challenging.
    Thanks, Christi

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  82. All I can say is that I wish I lived in the U.S. and I just love these fabrics, they are gorgeous. Sadly I live in Australia .... guess I can dream of the project I would make from afar.

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  83. I'm thinking a cute shirred dress for my great-granddaughter or a skirt for my granddaughter or maybe a patchwork pillow... A lap quilt. Oh Geeze,,, I'm ready to sew.

    Have a great day.

    Debbie

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  84. I would cut those suckers up and sew them back together again as.... NAPKINS! Oh! Can't you just see them on a picnic? Or laid out next to some shrimp and pineapple skewers on my redwood picnic table?! I can see it!!

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  85. Love these fabrics-I have a small bit of Hello Pilgrim and its a wonderful line. Everything about this bundle is saying applique and/or English Paper piecing to me. It has a vintage look, so I think I would go in the direction of a lap quilt, using a neutral and the prints- would be a fun challenge-thanks for the chance to try and it will be fun to see what the results are even if I am not chosen:)

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  86. I am thinking I could make a cute little baby outfit with this fabric. Love the colors.

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  87. love the colors - I would turn these into a mini quilt or pillow for our teeny tiny little summer house :)

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  88. That's such a fun idea, Rachel! Two more days!!

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  89. oh, i would love to participate. i'm finally back at my sewing machine after having my baby boy and taking a much needed break. i already have one custom order quilt done (and ready to be blogged, i just need to finish nursing my babe!) and would love another challenge. its funny, as soon as i saw your lovely bundle, i knew what i would make with them. i would love the chance to cut, sew, and (possibly) quilt with these!

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  90. I have a bag in mind ~ a lunch type of bag ~ something fun to carry lunch or anything else around in!

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  91. I would love to be selected to take on this challenge. I am a young and eager sewer that would love to show everyone a great, new idea for putting fabrics together. I have a strong fabric background and would be delighted to be selected for this. Thanks for considering!

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  92. interesting timing, I think. after months of looking, I have finally found a new home for my son and I. The only problem is, the space is offered with loads of furniture, and I won't be able to store it all. I've been racking my brain for ways to marry the green sofa wish the earthier colors of my own furnishings. that sweet leaf print on top has me hooked...

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  93. Absolutely LOVE these fabrics! I really hope you pick me!! I sew a lot of aprons and something about these fabrics are inspiring me to create a new apron design! The colors are reminding me of fresh herbs, and I can see a half apron with hand sewn hexies, a ruffle and maybe even a bit of eyelet trim.

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  94. Oooh. I'd love to put together a purse out of those...

    (knitspinquilt at yahoo dot com)

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  95. So much for the fun, as I am from the Netherlands...

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  96. What a fun idea, but don't pick me! I am way too busy embroidering satin and jewels. ;-)

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  97. These would make such a lovely summery pillow for the weathered teak furniture on the patio. It just says, rest your head and read a book out here in the shade!

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  98. I really want to make this Spring Carnival Pillow by i'm a ginger monkey. This would be great fabric for it. I will be traveling some over the time period so this is a great in car, in plane, on beach hand sewing project.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/imagingermonkey/6840144447/

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  99. Oh my gosh! I just spied the coolest Carpenter's block that would look so pretty in these fabrics! Thanks for the chance to give it a go!

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  100. I'd love to use these on Monica's Two Happy quilt (happyzombie.com under projects) in blues and greens. They would be perfect with my stash- especially the plaid...

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  101. Lovely fabrics! They look fresh and cool to me - so I would make a water bottle carrier for on-the-go summer fun, with a scrappy strap. Maybe with a matching iPod carrier so I'll be ready to head out and enjoy the sun.
    denisedoez (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  102. Ooooh! Fun! I would make a doll quilt, as that is my new favorite thing to make. Probably with raw edge appliqué. And it will go to some friends in France who I just visited who have three little girls!

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  103. What fun!! I am going to be painting the cabinets in my kitchen a dark chocolate brown, keeping the walls a sunny yellow. These fabrics would look lovely as curtains on my kitchen window!Plus, my favorite color is green, so it's a win win for me!

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  104. Argh!!! I can't decide if I would rather stitch up a Scrappy Armrest Pincushion (tutorial posted on s.o.t.a.k handmade) or a scrappy Framed Purse. I'd love the chance.

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  105. Those are beautiful!!! I think that may just be absolutely my most favorite dream bundle ever!! Boy oh boy would I ever love to sew with those! I think what I would make is a wall hanging or pillow with a new paper piecing pattern that I designed last month. I don't have pictures to share because it's a secret still, but this would be amazing! If I don't win I just might have to put my own bundle of this together.... But I am crossing my fingers and toes and elbows and knees. ;) not kidding.

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