Monday, July 21, 2014

Welcome, The Loopy Ewe!

When Sheri of The Loopy Ewe contacted me about sponsorship, I was jazzed to be hearing from a yarn shop!  Turns out The Loopy Ewe also stocks an impressive array of fabric, but I remember them from my crochet phase.  Of all online yarn shops, I had landed on The Loopy Ewe as my choice for Cascade 220 back in 2011.

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Ah, yes, the crochet blanket that never was, and yet someday still may be.  Maybe you have one too?

Anyhoo, what started in a basement in 2006 is now 7000 square feet of gorgeous yarns and fabrics in Ft. Collins, Colorado, where locals can even shop in person.  As a longtime sewist and quilter, Sheri knows her fabrics.  She stocks lots of organic fabrics (Cloud 9, Birch and Monaluna), Moda, Riley Blake and more.  Today my head is turned by Riley Blake's Honeycomb dots....


What a great basic - especially those tone on tone versions.

Browsing the shop, I also noticed lots of cute baby and children's novelty fabrics, including Ed Emberley's  Happy Drawing (I've used those lions a lot!) and his newest collection, Picture Pie


Besides selling fabrics by the yard,  The Loopy Ewe offers affordable 8-piece bundles called short stacks.  You can buy them in color themes to bulk up your stash of yellow, for example, or in themes based on collections. 

Cloud 9 Grey AbbeyBirch Fort Firefly, Birch Marine Too, Birch Charlie Harper

I don't think I had come across Grey Abbey before (top left).  It has a Scandinavian feel, don't you think?  Love the flat, repeated motifs.

And then, let's not forget the yarn!  Check out the Loopy Cakes collections, affordable superwash merino presented in color themes like Rustic Barn, Starry Night and 80's Totally Awesome.  How fun!  I really can't even choose which ones to feature.  For the sake of color-love, go look at them all.

The Loopy Ewe has a sweet rewards program which gives you a $25 store credit, every time your orders accumulate to $250. (Plus other fun rewards - you can read about the program here.)  So that could come in handy... especially if you both yarn and fabric cravings.

::Giveaway::

In celebration of their new sponsorship, The Loopy Ewe is giving away a Short Stack fabric bundle of your choice.  Anyone can win, anywhere in the world.  To enter the giveaway, add a comment now through noon (eastern time) on Thursday the 24th.  Tell us if you work in fabric and yarn, or just fabric.  I bet there are lots of us who dabble in a bit of both!

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Our lucky winner is #165, Kchabr55. Congrats! I'll be in touch.

275 comments:

  1. Just a fabric person here:)

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  2. I am a fabric girl!
    {anetemso} at {gmail} dot {com}

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  3. Fabric and yarn. Quilting, sewing, knitting, crochet ... love it all!

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  4. Due to too many expensive hobbies, I had to give up yarn :-(

    But that does allow me to double up on fabric! :-)

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  5. Although in the past I used yarn for knitting, currently, I'm in LOVE with fabric!!

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  6. Mainly fabric but used to knit and would love to again!

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  7. All fabric now but I started with knitting!

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  8. All fabric, all the time for me.

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  9. I am primarily a knitter, occasionally crochet, and am a new(ish) quilter - II was thrilled to see the Loopy Ewe (one of my favorite sources of yarn!) branch out into fabrics.

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  10. I do both fabric and yarn projects, thanks!

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  11. just fabric. *some*day i will learn to knit. maybe when my kids are grown :)

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  12. welcome Loopy Ewe! fabric dabbler here...though i use yarn for random crafts sometimes. :) thanks for the chance to win! i love that charlie harper fabric!

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  13. Both here! Thanks for the opportunity.

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  14. Fabric only.... yarn just gets tangled!

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  15. Fabric and yarn! Enjoy them both.

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  16. I am obsessed with fabric and yarn!! :-)

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  17. I'm strictly a fabric girl right now, and wow, would I love a stack of Makower UK Modern Folkloric. So pretty!

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  18. for me itś fabric in summer, yarn in winter!

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  19. Mostly fabric but I do dabble a little with yarn

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  20. Ah I LOVE that Grey Abbey! I actually started my crafting rampage as a knitter, and still knit, but due to a shoulder injury, lately I sew more than I knit.

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  21. I tried yarn but was never able to follow a pattern (very distractible). I enjoy fabric much more. The Loopy Ewe short stacks are great - I need some Charley Parker! Well, need as in want. I'm not dying or anything. : ) thanks!

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  22. At different times in my life, I've been either a yarn person or a fabric person. Right now, I have the luxury of being both simultaneously.

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  23. Birch Fort Firefly looks lovely! Thanks for the giveaway. Gill
    turner(underscore)post(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  24. Just fabric -- and I sure would love that short stack of Fort Firefly -- thank you!!

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  25. HELLO, love to sew+quilt! Also do lots of Baby Charity Quilts!
    Thanks for sharing!

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  26. Fabric. Only one stashing hobby allowed.

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  27. Just fabric here! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  28. I use both fabric and yarn, but lately a lot more fabric.

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  29. I am a Fabric Girl, having collect fabrics since the 1970's. I do some Counted Cross Stitch. I would love to add Grey Abby to my collection. Thank you

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  30. Fabric only. I wish I dabbled in yarn!

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  31. Fabric and yarn and it's a challenge managing two stashes!

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  32. Thanks for the giveaway! I do both - fabric and my sewing machine during the day and yarn and my couch in the evening.

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  33. Fabric and yarn! They're both a lot of fun.

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  34. love the loopy ewe! i use both fabric and yarn. thanks for the giveaway!

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  35. I do both. I always have a quilting and knitting project going.

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  36. Fabric only for me, I used to knit but gave up when I started quilting valerie.boudier@ntlworld.com

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  37. Currently loving riley blake small dots! Thank youfroa chance to win.

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  38. I work in fabric, bit I SO want to work with yarn!

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  39. Just fabric for me. I don't see any yarn in my immediate future.

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  40. Just fabric but learning how to knit (slowly)! Love the short stacks!!! Thanks!!!

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  41. Fabric fabric fabric fabric fabric fabric

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  42. I was taught knitting and crocheting when I was younger, but I couldn't do much because my wrist and fingers hurt. Now I do quilting and sewing, so fabric is my choice.

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  43. Fabric and cross stitch for me. I've been wanting to learn how to knit, but have been putting it off (that's all I need- another hobby!!)

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  44. Just fabric now - but I still have lots of yarn.

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  45. Fabric junkie! Great eye candy in your post, thank you!

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  46. Mostly fabric, but I recently watched youtube videos on how to chain stitch & single crochet, so I am attempting to make a dishcloth out of cotton yarn.

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  47. I have been crocheting for years and probably will continue as long as my hands work! But I'm more and more a quilter and only use yarn when I can't quilt. What a great shop to offer treats for both of my passions! I'd love to win your short stack and see how quickly it could go to "work". Thank you.

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  48. I work in both. And by that I mean that I hoard both fabric and yarn. And sometimes I make things from them. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  49. Haven't taken the plunge to work with yarn. Fabric all the way for me, with a little embroidery floss thrown in. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  50. Fabric first and then a bit of yarn...

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  51. I love both and have just finished a knitted floor mat from a tutorial from Joanne at craft passion. But my heart will always go first to fabric. Thanks for the opportunity to win such a gorgeous fabric bundle.

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  52. My 2 eldest girls are the yarn dabblers, while I am a fabric-only kind a gal (with a bit of embroidery floss here and there). I've tried knitting, but I don't do it often enough to remember what to do. I am much more comfortable behind a sewing machine.... :)

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  53. Fabric only. Love those short stacks!

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  54. Yay for short stacks! Thanks for the chance!

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  55. Just fabric for me. I would love to learn to knit / crochet, but there just aren't enough hours in the day!

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  56. I am a just fabric girl. I would love to knit or crochet, but fear I am too old...or my hands are anyway. :)

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  57. Currently just a fabric person. I used to crochet and am not quite sure why I stopped, it is something I would like to pick up again.

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  58. I've dabbled in yarn (I love the portability of yarn projects) but my heart is with fabric (mainly quilting).

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  59. I'm a fabric person and excited to see that The Loopy Ewe is not too far from me. Now I have a new shop to visit.

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  60. My view is that fiber of any type is good for the soul...and I'm not talking prunes and beans here!! The short stacks are lovely!

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  61. I have crocheted in the past, however, I now a fabric person. Sadly, I don't have time for both anymore.

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  62. Just a fabric person here, but I want toodo some crewel embroidery but can not find crewel yarn only embroidery thread!

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  63. I'm fabric only these days. Used to crochet years ago. Also have done needlepoint and embroidery and candlewick work.

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  64. I used to knit & crochet & weave but fell out of the habit. Now I buy a lot of fabric for my quilting & sewing obsessions so there's no room in my budget (or house!).

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  65. I use both. I sew during the day and try to keep a yarn project going at night, especially in the colder months.

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  66. Ho Rachel!
    I am a longtime quilter/hand-embroiderer who wants to re-learn how to crochet(Craftsy class here I come!). The fact that I don't actually crochet now has not deterred me from buying new yarns of all sorts!!! ha ha ha
    Thanks for the giveaway,
    Jacqueline in Pitt Meadows
    Check out my blog:
    http://www.quilt-sewhappy.blogspot.com

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  67. I use fabric primarily but sometimes in the winter I like to curl up on the couch with knit. I like to knit baby hats especially. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  68. I try to work in both fabric and yarn....but the yarn projects often go by the wayside and take me a long long long time to finish.

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  69. Hope this isn't a repeat but I had written that right now it is just fabric but hope to soon try yarn.

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  70. Fabric 99% of the time. I buy yarn but rarely do anything ore with it. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  71. Fabric. I never learned to knit or crochet well unless you count hairpin lace (Do you know what that is?). kthurn@bektel.com

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  72. "Dabble" is the correct word. I crocheted before I quilted, and I love both. In fact, in addition to my fabric stash, I just organized my yarn stash (thank you, Purge-Along) and actually have room for more of each! I love the Loopy Cakes, and I want to teach myself to knit.

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  73. Fabric only-one addiction is enough! I love the short stack idea. Thanks for the chance.

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  74. I'm fabric all the way--but think I will sometime learn to knit or crochet. I love the portability of knitting. The Abbey collection is great--just my style. Pick me...thank you.

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  75. I'm more of a fabric person - yarn crafts bring out the worst of my carpal tunnel.

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  76. I do both! Thanks! sarah@forrussia.org

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  77. I'm a double dipper - both! Hard to keep the knitiing going in the summer though.

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  78. I'm a double dipper - both! Hard to keep the knitiing going in the summer though.

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  79. Me, I'm just a fabric girl....although I do a bit of felting...so maybe it's both!
    Your short stacks are splendid, Loopy Ewe!

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  80. Both! I crochet, knit and quilt, (I teach high school in there too, I swear!)

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  81. I'm just a fabric girl, I am all thumbs when it comes to the yarn.

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  82. yarn is so very tempting, but I only work in fabric.

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  83. What a great overview! I am a new "Stitched In Color" follower, and I am strictly fabric...but have a couple friends/family who yarn :) Did I see a Loopy Ewe in Billings? Will have to check this out... :) Thanks for a sweet giveaway!

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  84. I love needlework of every kind... yarn, fabric, floss, whatever! Thanks!

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  85. Only use fabric for now, always like learning about new shops! Thank you!

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  86. fabric only at this point for me
    erin2470@hotmail.com

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  87. I only use fabric. I tried knitting once and it was not good...

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  88. I crocheted long before I ever learned to quilt. Love to do both.

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  89. I am fabric & yarn (crochet & knit) but my first love is fabric.

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  90. I both quilt and knit. Thus far, I've ordered only yarn from Loopy Ewe--enough to confirm that one of the best things they offer is really high-quality service!

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  91. Yarn (knit, crochet) embroidery, a little jewelry, and of course fabric. I love the colors, the feel, the outcomes. Guess I am pretty easy to please. Welcoe to the Loopy Ewe. (love the name)

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  92. Fabric mostly but am familiar with Loopey Ewe thru my bestie who buys lots of yarn from there!

    qltdiva1@fuse.net

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  93. sorry - just a fabric-a-holic here. for some reason I just never caught the bug to knit

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  94. I work mainly with fabric but enjoy using yarn during craft time with my kidlets.

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  95. I love both! Right now I have a pair of socks on my needles and a quilt waiting to be quilted.

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  96. I knit and quilt and actually love The Loopy Ewe, though I must confess I have only
    bought yarn there. They never disappoint!

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  97. I love to sew, quilt, and knit. :) Fort Collins is also pretty close to where I grew up, so very cool to find out about this shop! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  98. Love fabric, but enjoy knitting too! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  99. I like to knit and crochet as well as quilting and sewing. I always seem too have several WIPs in yarn and fabric! I hope to visit Loopy Ewe's shop soon!

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  100. I do it all! Knit, crochet and quilt. I'm a long time Loopy customer- I love how you can shop by color! Thanks for the great giveaway, I sure hope I win!

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  101. I work in both fabric and yarn, though I do sew a lot more than I knit. I have a great selection of yarn in my house, though, because you never know when you will have the urge to knit something fun.

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  102. I dabble in both. I love fabric and yarn. So fun.

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  103. My main squeeze is fabric, but I occasionally attempt crochet... Better off sticking to fabric though! :)

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  104. Yep I am a dabbler with both! Love knitting and sewing and recently got into crocheting.

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  105. I'm just a sewer and quilter. I leave the knitting to my sister, and between us both, our kids are always warm.

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  106. I knit, spin, quilt and crochet. Very hard to decide which one to do ant any given time!

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  107. I work with fabric, but I have inherited some crocheted squares that my mother had done. I'd like to get them put together soon. I've been watching video tutorials in preparation.

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  108. I knit, crochet, quilt, spin, dye, shall I go on? It's all fun.

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  109. I actually bought that grey abbey print! Did you see the Moda Storybook 2 stack in peach? It's adorable!

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  110. I do both, though the knitting went on hiatus when the house had a carpet beetle invasion. Finally getting back to it.

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  111. I do both and many evenings in Winter I am making hats and scarves. I love to sew in the mornings when the house is full of light! Thank you!

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  112. I love fabric! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  114. Welcome, loopy ewe....ntm and my browser.
    zanalou999@gmail.com

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  115. I work with fabric now but will try yarn later

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  116. Fabric, mostly, for me although I did learn to knit a couple of years ago. I just can't afford both hobbies!

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  117. i dabble in both fabric and yarn although my yarn stash is larger i'm focused on my fabric stash currently

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  118. I use both. I quilt, crochet, knit, tatt, make bobbin lace, x-stitch, black-work, white-work... With my sweety little girl we are trying some sewing for dolls and beadweawing as well.

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  119. Just mainly fabric so far, but am in the very early stages of knitting.

    Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  120. I do both, farbric and yarn. More variety to work with ;-)

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  121. A fabric girl with a severe case of fabricoholism...

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  122. Just fabric for me...though I'm tempted to learn to crochet :)

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  123. Definitely both for me I love to quilt and make clothese for my girls as well as knit and crochet!!!

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  124. Both! And I have hoarded lots of yarn and fabric, to use again once I'll have more time. Yes, the Grey Abbey is wonderful! In fact, I mentioned it in my comment on your last giveaway post. I truly is a lovely print, and I guess I can save some money to buy a few fat quarters - we can never have too many pillows on the couch! :-)

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  125. I use to knit! Now mainly quilts as I am addicted to yummy fabric :) Just recently though I have been watching tutorials on how to crotchet and really want to learn. Love your squares :) I love the short stacks from The loopy Ewe, such a great idea if you don't want a whole collection.

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  126. I am bicraftual - I've been a knitter for 10+ years, but have spent the last year learning to quilt and becoming as obsessed with fabric as I used to be with yarn. I love that the Loopy Ewe has both!

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  127. I have tried yarn but failed, so fabric it is!

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  128. I love to look at yarn, all the wonderful colours and textures, but I am really bad at knitting or crocheting, so just fabric for me.

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  129. I think fabric and yarn go hand in hand. I did a crochet blanket a few years ago. It was the Babett blanket that is all over Ravelry. I would still like to make another one. I ended up giving that one to my sister. Mostly, though, I make quilts.

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  130. I started with yarn as a kid. These days I prefer fabric but don't mind doing little something with yarn as well. Thx.

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  131. I sew much more than I knit. In the winter, I'm more apt to pick up a pair of knitting needles. Beautiful fabrics!

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  132. I've already done the yarn thing - back in 1975 - not going back, but I love working with fabric. Quilting - sewing, reading about, and looking at quilts - it is my fascination.

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  133. Mainly immersed in fabric these days but enjoy the occasional yarn project with one currently in progress. Beautiful fabrics and great seeing the array of great stack combinations.

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  134. I do I dabble in yarn, but I do a lot of quilts, and I'm in LOVE with that Charly Harper stack!

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  135. Just fabric. At least for now. I have considered crocheting with cotton yarn...
    contentncm at yahoo dot com

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  136. Both but mostly fabric currently. Just can't keep my hands off fibers of all kinds! These fabrics are really beautiful.

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  137. I used to be a knitter, but now I'm primarily a fabric user. I do have a couple knit projects that I need to finish...someday!

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  138. Mainly fabric but I do have some knitting WIP!

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  139. Mainly fabric for me, but I also love a bit of crochet, and a bit of felting, and wirework, jewellery making, embroidery, stained glass... so fabric, yarn, roving, wire, metal, beads, thread, glass, lead... you name it!

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  141. Ah yes, the crochet blanket that never was... At least yours made it off the hook... and come to think of it, off the paper, too!
    I used to work with yarn (crochet and knitting). It was amazing the control you had over the shape of the fabrics because you were creating it as you went, I liked that part. It always felt very slow though (perhaps because, shock horror, things don't grow while your back is turned??) so what I love about quilting is that the fabric is already made, you just need to cut it out and sew it back together! Interesting how opposite points can both be positive in the right contexts. Although I do find that fabric is a bit more limiting than yarn as to the kind of project you can make with it - it's not just colour that's already defined (although the differences in yarn are more than just colour, that's true), it's the print, scale, all sorts of little factors that affect whether it's suitable for the project at hand. It's frustrating to have perfectly good yardage in your stash that you can't use right now because it just doesn't go; the colours go together perfectly, but you don't feel comfortable using them in the same project because the prints are too different. Perhaps one is too bold, the other too ethereal, or one is a photo-realistic print of corn and the other is a butter-yellow blender with little green pluses. I guess that's why we have fabric designers, because we need lots of variety!

    /essay

    (don't ask me why you'd have a photo-realistic print of corn in your stash. I'm sure it was a 'desperate times, desperate measures' situation. no judging here)

    (my apologies to corn-enthusiasts)

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  142. H! I've always been a fabric girl...but last month I picked up the needles for the first time!!

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  143. Both….and I have plenty of WIPS to prove it!
    Thanks for the opportunity!

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  144. Well I love fabric and yard and am proud of the first bootie that I finished this month. Notice I did not say pair of booties!

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  145. Fabric for me. Though i love the feel of knitting on occasion!

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  146. Just fabric for me!! Never tried to learn the art of knitting.

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  147. My first love is, of course, fabric. In my down time I'm a knitter and I've made lots of things! At present, I'm making a crazy complicated shawl (for me) called Momijigari and it can be found on Ravelry!

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  148. I have been quilting for years and have a nice fabric habit. Just this year, I am learning to knit. Love it! Now I am developing a yarn habit.

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  149. I've been quilting for 45 years and knitting for 52 years. But my knitting now is only dish cloths, but it's still fun.

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  150. Both! But much more with fabric recently, though I did just pull out my spinning last night.:D

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  151. Both. I sew, quilt, knit and crochet. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  152. I am into both yarns and fabrics. More fabric than yarn, but yarn is always a great project in front of the TV in the evening.

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  153. I know how to knit and crochete and I used to have a yarn stash but these days I mostly just do fabric.

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  154. I do some crocheting, and love it, but my favorite is sewing up that fabric. I am retired so I have lots of time to do both.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  155. I sew and crochet...though I have to admit that making quilts is my first love! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  156. I can knit but I can't cast off which means long scarves that never get worn! I'm much more of a sewing type :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  157. Before I began quilting two years ago I enjoyed crochet, cross stitch, and crochet. I find it hard to squeeze those in now!

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  158. I work in both fabric and yarn! Several years ago, I bought the most gorgeous knitting bag from Loopy Ewe.

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  159. Fabric now, back in the day I dabbled in crochet and knitting, discovered I hated knitting and crochet was ok, but my love is sewing!

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  160. I love fabric! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity to add to my stash.

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  161. I definitely went through my yarn phase too. In fact, I have a couple of UFO's staring at me now that I might pick up again. I have an adult handicapped daughter that has learned to crochet and she is cranking out afghan after afghan but my current passion is quilting.

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  162. For now I work in fabric. I love the look and feel of yarn but have not let myself learn to knit for fear that I will love it and then will need to find/make space for all the lovely yarns I'm sure to want ;)

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  163. I looked at their shop the other day, and just love all of their fabric combos!! I didn't even get around to looking at all of the yarn they have. I love both!! Fabrics and yarns! :)

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  164. I do fabric and yarn! When I get overwhelmed with one, I switch ;)

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  165. Fabric is definitely my preference. I knit (using only the basic stitch) and it's nice for winter nights when you want to watch t.v., but I'm not in love! Love the logo - my youngest is in a "sheep" phase right now, so they're very popular at our house! :)

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  166. In the past I have crocheted but now do quilting.

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  167. I use fabric, did use yarn once when a friend attempted to show me how to knit but unfortunately the practice square I was knitting finished off looking like a rat - I dropped too many stitches. I find working with fabric much more forgiving (thanks to my trusty seam ripper!!)

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  168. I do both, but more on fabric :)

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  169. I do both yarn and fabric, but fabric has taken over lately. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  170. I work in fabric and yarn, but my fabric stash is much larger than my yarn stash! I mostly knit baby blankets and scarves that I sell locally and in my Etsy shop. I make quilts with my fabric stash. I've sold a few quilts, but most quilts I make are for my family.
    tstanulis@verizon.net

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  171. Love both fabric and yarn! I love knitting, sewing and quilting. Thanks for letting us know about this shop...it looks great!

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  172. I love the loopy ewe! I've been buying yarn from them for years for my crochet projects. I crochet & sew...and just this last week decided to get over my nerves & started my first quilting project! I just need to find a way to not let my fabric stash become as large as my yarn stash. ;)

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  173. Yarn and fabric. I love to crochet and quilt!

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