Saturday, May 9, 2015

Shabby Fabrics ::Giveaway::

You can never have enough basics, am I right?  Here's your chance to take home a rainbow of versatile Houndstooth prints, courtesy of Shabby Fabrics.  This giveaway is for a 24 piece set in fat eighth cuts!  Open internationally too!



Shabby Fabrics ships a selection of quality designer fabrics, kits, patterns, and monthly clubs from Idaho.  As the name implies, you'll find lots of florals and softer, cozy prints with a shabby chic flair, plus American Made solids and classic basics like dots, stripes and chevrons.


With the Houndstooth rainbow set, you could make this sweet Happy Birthday runner!  Pattern comes with fusible applique cupcakes, balloons and the words "Happy Birthday."  Aww, wouldn't that make a little one feel special?

To enter our giveaway, take a look at Shabby Fabric's vast array of patterns and books.  Tell us which one catches your eye in a comment on this post.  Winner will be chosen randomly after noon, EST on Wednesday, April 15th.  Winner will be contacted by email, so leave your email address if its not already shown in your Google profile.

Good luck & Happy Mother's Day, to all you lovely mums!

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And our winner is #163 - Gloria! 

230 comments:

  1. I'd like to get Between the Reeds. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    1. oh- I'd love to win these birght, cheery fabrics!

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  2. Thanks for the giveaway. I would really like Tula Pink's book. I have had it out from the library, but would need to buy it to have time to make the sampler. Those houndstooth fabrics are very cute, nothing like a shot of pure, saturated colour! Tarnia.hodges at gmail.com

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  3. I've just spotted the Apples to Oranges Sewing Kit Pattern that I am going to have to get. It's so cute and practical and I love to do swaps and this would be perfect for an added extra. Thanks for a lovely giveaway and wishing you a very Happy Mother's Day.

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  4. It's so hard to pick just one. I finally decided on Annie's Argyle. Using ric rac is a great idea. This would make a really cute quilt for any little girl.

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  5. I've been crushing on the Farm Girl Vintage book. So sweet.

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  6. A Quilter's Mixology has some great stuff in it. Thanks so much for the opportunity. Have a lovely Mother's Day!

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  7. I just saw "Abigail's Pins"- love those baskets!

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  8. I love the caldendar quilt book! thank you for the giveaway and have a lovely weekend!

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  9. I want to learn fmq. There is a book called easy and fun machine quilting. Caught my eye. Thanks for hosting. Mrscummings2u Gmail

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  10. Creative quilts from your crayon box looks fun. There are so many that I would love to check out.

    determineddebby at gmail dot com

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  11. I love their "A Critter Christmas Book"! Those fabrics look wonderful

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  12. Tula Pink's book would be fun. Love those fabrics!

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  13. Tula's 100 modern blocks has been on my list for a while now.

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  14. I love the Believe & Give pillow set! So very cute!

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  15. The American Glory table runner pattern would be perfect for July 4th!
    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!
    amyork13atgmaildotcom

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  16. Tula Pink's book seems to be a popular choice so far! I wouldn't mind getting my hands on it or the pattern for the dairy cow. I've got a soft spot for cows and pigs, so either of those patterns would be a top choice for me! Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

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  17. I like the look of the book "A Baker's Dozen"! And love those fabrics, great giveaway! lizisquilting (at) gmail (dot) com

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  18. Bit tie hedgehog pin cushion

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  19. I love the Dancing under the Midnight Sun pattern.....

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  20. I like the "and on that farm here a bahh" lamb pattern, thanks!

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  21. I'm in love with the farm girl vintage book.

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  22. The Country Lane Pattern looks lovely. Thanks for the chance to win this great prize x

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  23. So many choices! Maybe farm girl vintage?

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  24. I like a quilter's mixology

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  25. I would really like the Alphabet Garden Book, although I DO love this houndstooth Happy Birthday Table Runner an awful lot! XO

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  26. The birthday runner pattern you have pictured above caught my eye. I made my 14 year old granddaughter a birthday cake place-mat, and now the 16 and 12 year old grands want one too - plus my 39 year old daughter. ;) I'd love to use that pattern - it's so cute!

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  27. I checked a quilters Mixology out of the library and didn't want to give it back! That would be my first choice

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  28. Thank you for the giveaway! I am a beginner quilter, and I would love to try the pattern, "Beyond the Reef"! Hope all is well with you and your family this Mother's Day. I am thinking if you all... -Jean

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  29. The Atlantic Avenue pattern stands out to me. Thank you and Shabby Fabrics for the opportunity to win this lovely bundle.

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  30. I like the County Fair pattern. Happy Mother's Day to you too Rachel.

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  31. I like the Allie Petite pattern! How cute would he be in houndstooth??

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  32. a rainbow of houndstooth, how fun! jelly roll jambalaya book looks fun.

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  33. I've always been interested in the Pixie Squares pattern. Thanks for the chance.

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  34. I think Scrap Basket Sensations would be a nice addition to my library. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  35. A person could spend a fortune on all those great books and patterns! I drooled over the Baltimore quilts but laughed at when I would actually make one. I loved the Cottage Fair and Country Cottages. The Bertie patterns were darling as well. I also wanted to wish you a Happy Mother's Day. Never has there been a more devoted mother than you!

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  36. Farm Girl Vintage caught my eye as I want to get that and I love the Surfside pattern. I love houndstooth so thanks a lot for a chance to win this giveaway!

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  37. I LOVE the Bluebird Lane pattern. I have been looking for something similar for a long time. :)

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  38. Mmmmm... there are so many that it's hard to choose but what really caught my eye was the
    Apples to Oranges Sewing Kit Pattern. Just love it....

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  39. So many to choose from! But I pick the beyond the reef pattern. Thanks for the chance!

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  40. Oh what a great giveaway! Houndstooth is my absolute favorite pattern always!! I have done BOM from Shabby Fabrics and loved it. I really liked the book 3 times the charm as I have several precuts and this book would be great to inspire what to do with all of that. Thanks for the chance!!

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  41. I like the book Growing Up Modern but I do not have it yet.

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  42. I like the Beyond the Reef pattern. It really drew my attention.

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  43. I'd sure love to get my hands on Angela Pingel's book, "A Quilters Mixology."

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  44. I like the Hippy Chick skirt pattern. Happy Mother's Day to you, Rachel!

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  45. Farm Girl Vintage would be a dream come true!

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  46. I love the metro hoops pattern-thanks for a chance to win that adorable rainbow bundle of houndstooth fabric!!!

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  47. The Be Merry book caught my eye. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  48. Love the mini lollipops pattern!

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  49. I would love the Farm girl Vintage book, or the All-in One Quilter's Reference Tool book. Thanks for the chance to enter the Giveaway. The Houndstooth fabric is so colorful! Love that birthday runner too.

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  50. I love the Farm Girl book also and the colors in the giveaway would be great for a couple of other projects I have in mind.

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  51. Dancing under the Midnight Sun caught my eye. That dark and stars contrast! Also the cupcake pincushion. Thanks for this chance they look fantastic!

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  52. I love Bertie's Spring pattern. Thank you for the generous giveaway.

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  53. Hi,love the Happy Birthday Runner ! Would love to make it !
    Thanks for sharing a sweet giveaway !
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  54. The Happy Birthday table runner and the patchwork Christmas Tree would look great on my table. Thank you for the giveaway

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  55. The American Baltimore is pretty

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  56. The American Baltimore is pretty

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  57. I would definitely love the Farm Girl Vintage book! Thanks for the giveaway! cherisetoweratyahoodotca

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  58. I am interested in the Love Patchwork book and in the patterns I was drawn to a couple of Sampler
    Embroidery patterns. I didn't realize these were even available.
    The houndstooth giveaway fabric is amazing. I have seen black/white houndstooth around but never a selection of colors like these. I think that I might use some of these pieces to make one small quilted item (perhaps a tote) but I think I would really like to use them alongside other fabrics for the interest they would provide.
    I always try to make purchases at the shops that sponsor blogs like yours. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  59. Oh I'm so in love with farm girl vintage. I adore that birthday runner too oh and the Woodland Christmas. So pretty. Thank you for the chance.

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  60. I love Three Times the Charm 2. Frequently, when a new fabric is released, I am unable to afford to purchase more than a charm pack or two. I am always on the lookout for beautiful things that I can make with only one or two charm packs. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  61. I rather like the English Rose pattern but I think the Birthday runner is adorable as well!
    Thank you! Happy Mother's Day to you too Rachel!

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  62. I think I would choose the Christmas Critter Book. It's too cute. :)
    I am hoping you mean May 15th on deadline? :)
    craftyccain@gmail.com

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  63. I would love Farm Girl Vintage. The Houndstooth fabrics are just adorable.

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  64. I like the Simple Super One Patch Quilts book. Looks like a lot of good ideas.

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  65. I have my eye on the Best of Quilting Quickly

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  66. Hard to choose just one! So many great choices!! But I LOOOOOOVE "As For Me & My House" Pattern sooooo much!

    Thanks for chance to win the Houndstooth fabrics! Pretty colors!

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  67. Farm Girl Vintage. I did a search on Lori Holt and took me right to it :) :)

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  68. I love farm girl vintage. Shabby Fabs has so many things to love it is hard to choose just one! Thanks for the fun!

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  69. Thanks for the giveaway! The Atlantic Avenue Pattern caught my eye. Would love to get it and win the fabric too!

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  70. Farm Girl Vintag. Looks like fun.

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  71. Farm Girl Vintag. Looks like fun.

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  72. I'd love A Quilter's Mixology.

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  73. You want me to pick just one? I already have Blessings of Autumn, the Daphne Pattern and Autumn House on my want list. That's not to forget several of the American Album patterns and Bertie's Winter. Can you tell I'm a big Shabby Fabrics fan? I just saw the houndstooth fabric today at my LQS and they are wonderful. Rina

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  74. I like the Hexie Happy tote bag pattern. I love making tote bags.

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  75. On the Run Again looks like it has some fun table runners and toppers.

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  76. Dancing Umbrella and Hexie Happy look interesting. Thanks for the chance.

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  77. I like the Posie Picnics. I like the colors in it and the nine patch pattern. I liked several others too!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  78. I like the Alphabet Garden Book. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  79. I have been wanting a copy of the Colorific Quilt book. I see it is on sale. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  80. Oh, those houndstoth fabrics are cute! I like the ColorificQuilt Book and the Apples to Oranges Sewing Kit Pattern.

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  81. I like 100 Modern Quilt Blocks. Thanks!

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  82. I'm not sure if my comment posted, internet is doing funny things, but I love the Abbie Appliques for onesies. They're so sweet and I have a little one on the way.

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    1. And apparently that is because I used my husband's username. I'll just throw my email in here. k.landine @ hotmail.com. Thanks!

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  83. Blushing Needles Keeps Pattern !!! TY

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  84. Be Attitude for me. Thanks XXX

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  85. I was immediately drawn to Tula Pink's 100 modern quilt blocks ! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  86. Lovely fabrics! I love Chain of Fools by Jennifer Kingwell!

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  87. I love everything by Jen Kingwell, and I also love the Baltimore Autumn pattern/kit!

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  88. I love everything by Jen Kingwell, and I also love the Baltimore Autumn pattern/kit!

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  89. I love everything by Jen Kingwell, and I also love the Baltimore Autumn pattern/kit!

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  90. I'd choose Tula Pink's book 100 Modern Quilt Blocks. Thanks for the chance to win this lovely giveaway.

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  91. After enjoying browsing Shabby Fabrics patterns and books, it sure is difficult to point to a single item that caught my eye - there are so many things to choose from! From Bertie's (that cute little bird) to the cute Kimberbell Bench Pillow Cushion series and of course, that cute little Bitty Squirrel Pincushion. I've been eyeing the Kimberbell Bench Pillows - they are too cute for each month, so that is what best caught my eye. Thank you! The fabric giveaway looks scrumptious!

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  92. 100 modern quilt blocks. And the cupcakes on the happy birthday table runner (maybe I should bake some today instead of sewing. Decisions, decisions..... lol).
    ehodasz at yahoo dot com (do not use the google account)

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  93. Chloe dress pattern have stolen my heart! This dress looks so lovely, perfect for my daughter.

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  94. Colorific Quilt Book caught my eye. Great quilt on cover! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  95. So many to choose from. Maybe Farm Girl Vintage. Love the runner.

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  96. Love them all...Rhapsody on Blue would help me practice getting the points and joins perfect!
    Thanks for the chance.
    Wendy
    WBooth-Boyd@hotmail.com

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  97. I love the Happy Birthday runner. My daughter's first birthday is coming up and I love the idea of having something special for her to use every year. And maybe, just maybe, I could finish this by August!
    (majesticjenkinsATgmailDOTcom)

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  98. I like the Quilter's Mixology book to learn about curves.

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  99. I would love to use these fabrics on the Gardeners Alphabet.

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  100. It would have to be A second helping for dessert! I love pre cuts!

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  101. I like Creative Quilts From Your Crayon Box. I want to try something new to me.

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  102. can i just say everything? No, well okay then Holiday Redwork

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  103. Many quilting books I want , but the one I have my eye on is Tula pinks 100 modern quilt blocks, the birthday runner is so cute, and Happy Mothers Day!

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  104. I really want Quilter's Mixology, time to tackle the fear of curves!

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  105. 100 Modern Quilt Blocks. I've wanted this book for a while now...

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  106. I think I could make Beyond the Reef pattern right now with all of my strips. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  107. Wow, they do have a lot! C is for Christmas caught my eye though (I know, I know, it's only May - LOL) The houndstooth fabrics are great - thanks so much for the change to win! Happy Mother's Day to you, Rachel!

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  108. How fun are those houndstooth colors?? I would pick the Magic Stack-N-Whack Quilts book, as that's one of my next projects to tackle.

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  109. Lots to pick from! But I think 100 Modern Quilt Blocks Book by Tula Pink is what I would pick!

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  110. I would be interested in the 3 times the charm book because I'm always looking for new ideas for using charm packs.

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  111. Whenever I look at their site I'm always drawn to the Baltimore Christmas pattern. Thanks for the giveaway.
    fabricstasher24@gmail.com

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  112. I love all their exclusive table runner patterns but I am particularly drawn to The Baker's Dozen quilt book - the projects look just like my kitchen! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  113. Purrfectly Pieced. I am a cat lover and this BOM calls to me.

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  114. There is so much to choose from at Shabby Fabrics but "The Dream Baby" quit pattern really caught my eye! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  115. Apples to Oranges Sewing kit is sweet!!

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  116. Love the darling birthday patchwork runner! Would be perfect to make for those special birthday celebrations......Thanks!
    nettiecrain@live.com

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  117. The bitty hedgehog pincushion is too cute! Happy Mother's Day and thanks for the giveaway :)

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  118. Farm Girl Vintage is the book for me. Thanks. fran.daoust@yahoo.com

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  119. I'm quite loving The Quilters Mixology book. As well as Tula Pinks book. Thanks for the giveaway. Happy Mother's Day Rachel!!��

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  120. There are so many things that caught my eye it's hard to narrow it down to one. So I've gotten it down to two: Tula's 100 Modern blocks or Farm Girl Vintage. Happy Mother's Day!!
    ktsquiltdreams [at]gmail [dot]com

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  121. I have had my eye on Farm Girl Vintage for a bit now. What I need is more sewing time so I can make all the things I want. :)

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  122. I like Happy Birthday and Srrounded by Stars.

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  123. I like the Christmas Candy Ornaments pattern. Each ornament looks like it would be a lot of fun to make!
    tstanulis@verizon.net

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  124. I would love to have "A Basket Full of Taupe".

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  125. I like Edyta's Unbrellas. Love Houndstooth.

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  126. I need to have the quilt pattern "Beyond the Reef" I love strip quilting
    Thank you for the give a way

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  127. Thank you for doing this, I love Shabby fabrics, I love "Baker's by the Dozen".
    gasuski@mac.com

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  128. "Beribboned" is the pattern i would like to make.

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  129. Bitty Hedgehog is cute. Easy as ABC & 123 - PDF DOWNLOAD, love the color. Mr. Frosty Pattern is cute. Patchwork Pumpkin Table Runner - PDF DOWNLOAD is pretty. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  130. Happy Mother's Day Rachel! Crazy or Not - I love love love the Lady Liberty pattern in that book! Besides, what a fitting book name for moms right?, Sometimes we feel a little crazy!
    4hartmans@gmail.com

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  131. I like the "Yellow Brick Road" pattern. This hounds tooth bundle looks lovely, with all that rainbow goodness!

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  132. The Quilter's Mixology. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  133. Oh I'd love Fabulously Fast Quilts!
    distantsub at gmail dot com

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  134. Tula's book would be nice. Thanks for the entry.

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  135. I've been collecting lots of charms, so 3 Times the Charm - Book Two looks good!

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  136. I love the hedgehog pin cushion pattern

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  137. I love the hedgehog pin cushion pattern

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  138. The A Baker's Dozen book looks like fun! (and a challenge)

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  139. The Churndash Court - Paper Piecing Pattern would be great with bright colors!

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  140. Quilters Mixology is one that i have had my eye on for a while.... And I see you have invented the time machine -- posting this post on May 9th but that you would draw the winner on April 15th ;) Happy Mother's Day!

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  141. The Artsey Purse Pattern looks like something this newbie could do. I am quite new to your site, but it sure looks interesting! karencurtishope @ gmail [dot] com

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  142. Save the selvedges! That book looks intriguing- thanks for the giveaway!

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  143. I would choose Farm Girl Vintage!
    renae1225@gmail.com

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  144. I like this bundle very much, so I give it a try! Who knows... Thank you very much. Love from Belgium, Europe

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  145. These are great, they could be divided by girl/boy for my various grands! So 60's. Love houndstooth.
    I looked and looked at SF's site way too long, loved the hexie bags, those girl clothes patterns, holiday runners and hangings; but I NEED Farm Girl Vintage since I cannot find it here!!
    I will remember them when I get more money...

    Happy Mother's Day and thanks, Rachel

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  146. Bejeweled. Love the houndstooth fabrics. Thank you for taking the time to do this give away.

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  147. There is a lot to view... it's the Book "Three times the Charm - Book Two" - I love colourful and modern so I can't resist. Thanks for the chance!

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  148. Easy and Fun Free-Motion Machine Quilting Book very interested me . Greetings from Poland ! :)

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  149. That geofabulous bundle is absolutely darling!

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  150. I am interested in the Quilter's Mixology. sarah@forrussia.org

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  151. I'm very interested is the Bendy Bag pattern - it looks like an interesting twist on a zip pouch. Love the houndstooth. Many thanks!

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  152. I love embroidery, so I'd pick A Gardener's Alphabet Set by Crabapple Hill Studio. Thanks and Happy Mother's Day!

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  153. Farm Girl Vintage! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  154. It is hard to go past Tula's 200 modern quilt blocks... And a rainbow of houndstooth how sweet! Thanks for the giveaway and happy Mother's Day to you too

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  155. I want to get the vintage tin quilt pattern from crabapple hill, the dog, hedgehog, and mouse pincushions. That's not counting any books I might find, lol. Thanks for the giveaway and happy mothers day! vickise at gmail dot com

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  156. I also have my eye on the quilters mixology but I do have a fondness for sheep and there's a pretty awesome sheep pattern there as well. I can't believe how many patterns they have. Happy mothers day to you as well. Thanks for the opportunity to win these lovely fabrics on mothers day.

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  157. I would love the Farm Girl Vintage Book by Lori Holt. This book looks so fun.
    ramona_murray at comcast dot net

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  158. I love the darling animals in the "and on that farm" patterns! My youngest son loves sheep right now- wonder if I could get one done before that ends!?!

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  159. I really like the look of that "Second Helping of Desserts" book. But really all of them look interesting.

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  160. Basket Magic sounds very interesting and doable. I like the bright colors and straight lines for the 3 Times the Charm - Book Two. Thanks for putting my name in the hat for the drawing. And hope your Mother's Day is going smoothly and nice.

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  161. Basket Magic sounds very interesting and doable. I like the bright colors and straight lines for the 3 Times the Charm - Book Two. Thanks for putting my name in the hat for the drawing. And hope your Mother's Day is going smoothly and nice.

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  162. The quilters mixology book looks interesting!

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  163. Either of the 3 times the Charm books. I didn't know there was a second one!

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  164. Apples to Oranges Sewing Kit Pattern looks like fun!

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  165. My favourite is the Blessings of Winter pattern.

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  166. I like the merry Little Christmas medallion quilt pattern. And the date on which the giveaway ends must be incorrect, because we're past April 15.

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  167. I love charm packs, but often at a loss as to what to make..so 3 Times the Charm Vol 2 caught my eye.

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  168. I really want farm girl vintage by Lori Holt. It is on my wishlist

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  169. I love the look of Sewn Vintage and 100 blocks.
    bgbailey81 at gmail dot com

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  170. I really like the Abundantly Blessed quilt pattern...it would make a great baby quilt!

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  171. The Apples to Oranges Sewing Kit and Pattern is so adorable!

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  172. A Baker's Dozen Book seems interesting. Thanks

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  173. I love the look of '3 times the charm' by Me and My Sister. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  174. I like All My Eggs in One Basket and the State blocks are very pretty.

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  175. I like Bertie's Spring to go with my Bertie's Winter kit. :-)

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  176. I would love to try Farm Girl Vintage. It's different from any quilting I've done up to this point. 😀

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  177. I loved the American Album Blocks of the 50 states. North Carolina's was so beautiful with dogwood blooms, a tiger lily and a cardinal. Thank you for sharing and the opportunity.

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  178. I loved the American Album Blocks of the 50 states. North Carolina's was so beautiful with dogwood blooms, a tiger lily and a cardinal. Thank you for sharing and the opportunity.

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  179. What a beautiful set of fabrics! I love the Kimberbell pillow patterns!! Thanks!

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  180. Im crazy about the houndstooth fabric, the vintage girl for me! Thanks

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  181. They have so many! I'd have to choose quilters mixology, the pesky library expects me to return the one I'm borrowing. Imagine that.

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  182. I'd like the Dear Quilty book.. I'm so sad the magazine is ending just as I started to get it. This book might help.

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  183. This is a fabulous prize.
    The book I would choose is quilter's mixology. I have been dropping hints with husband and hope he gets it for my birthday. Fingers crossed.

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  184. I'm liking strip it three ways.

    By the way, Winner will be chosen April 15th? A year from now? I know that was a mistake. correct?

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  185. I like the county fair pattern, though there are so many patterns I like! Thanks!

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  186. A Sewn Vintage Lifestyle for me! Old fashioned quilts are the reason I started quilting. Nothing like making something new and unique that is timeless as well!
    Thanks!

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  187. Wow - what a selection of patterns! I would have to choose Amy Smart's Fabulously Fast Quilts.

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  188. I am lusting after the book 100 Modern Quilt Blocks. I would live to make a sampler quilt using many of these blocks. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  189. I think the Color Wheel Quilt pattern from Eleanor Burns would bee nice with the Hounds Tooth line or even the Yellow Brick Road. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  190. i love the https://www.shabbyfabrics.com/Abbie-Appliques-P33059.aspx?categoryid=265

    erin2470@hotmail.com

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  191. Love my state's block (Virginia) -- totally intimidated by all the intricate applique!

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  192. Rainbow Nest by Edyta Sitar....the cover quilt is beautiful!!!!

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  193. I've always wanted to get my hands on 100 Modern Quilt Blocks!

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