Friday, June 19, 2015

gifts + goats

a Vignette quilt back

As tantalizing as my new plus quilt has proved to be, I still want to finish up the Vignette Lattice quilt so I don't get myself mired in a muck of works-in-progress.  You see, I already have two quilt tops sitting around...  Best not to add to it!

a Vignette quilt back

Since I'm not likely to mix the Vignette fabrics into my stash, I decided to make the quilt back out of my leftovers.  It'll be such an irresistibly cheerful quilt, front and back.  Certainly irresistible to these baby goats.  They're such curious creatures!  Nibble, nibble.

a Vignette quilt back

I've often thought about making a nice, symmetrical quilt back like this when I have leftover yardage.  Why did it take me this long?  Shows off the prints beautifully!

Posy Goat agrees.

::Giveaway::

Would you like to play with Laura Gunn's Vignette collection?

and some to share!

I have a thick pile of scraps I'd like to gift to you.  It's definitely enough to make a pillow, table runner or small quilt.  Maybe even a throw quilt if you have some other fabrics to contribute, like solids or batiks.  But do what you like!  Add your comment to this post to be entered to win, including your email address if it's not available through your Google profile.  I'll draw a random winner on Monday.  Good luck!

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Comments closed!  I'm a little late, but I've chosen a winner this Tuesday morning.  It's #74, Annabelle.  I'll be in touch!

194 comments:

  1. These fabrics are so pretty. I'd love to make a pillow or two with your scraps! And I love the goats in the photo shoot....adorable!

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  2. I would love to make some little quilt project with your scraps!

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  3. Love these prints! Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Don't know what I think is cuter: the goats or your quilt ...love them both:-)

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  5. Your quilts are so lovely, and thank you for sharing the joys and challenges of your life, I look forward to reading your blog more than any other.

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  6. Love fabric, love goats until they eat my clematis

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  7. Beautiful quilt and fabric!

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  8. How deliciously feminine are these! I don't keep fabrics like this in my stash, but I do love the saturated colors and see a few ideas spinning in my mind.

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  9. Love the goats.... the scraps would make an adorable girly baby quilt! Hang in there with life meditations & prayers for comfort and healing rise with the morning mists around the world...

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  10. I would love to play with these! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  11. the goats are so cute! hope your week is calming down. Those hospital stays are so stressful, I know from years ago with my special needs grandson who had 12 brain surgeries before 2. He is 11 and going in the 6th grade in the fall. cannot believe it. The colors of your choices are so well paired. I would love any left overs from that collection but just wanted to say hi anyway.Mary

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  12. Beautiful quilt and scraps! Love the goats nibbling around- we, too, have a menagerie of animals traipsing around our yard:) Thanks for the give-away!
    hatlevig@integra.net

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  13. I love putting my scraps in the back. It put less pressure on me to use them later.

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  14. I love putting my scraps in the back. It put less pressure on me to use them later.

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  15. One of my rabbits nibbled on my Modern Medallion recently while I was working on it!! These fabrics are so pretty, thanks for the chance!

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  16. Very pretty fabrics! I think of you often and your challenges with your baby and life. Prayers for strength and flexibility. And a good Speech Pathologist!

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  17. Very nice job! I l really like how you pieced the back of your quilt.

    I would love to give your scraps a good home!

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  18. Great idea for a back, love the fabric and the little goaties too

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  19. How pretty, thanks for the chance.

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  20. How pretty, thanks for the chance.

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  22. Such cute goats!! Ever since going to college, I've sworn thatI belong on a farm. Lol. Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  23. Goats! They are claiming your quilt back. So who needs it more, a quilt or a goat? :D I love your choice to do the back in symmetrical way. The prints really pop up when you put in such nice way.

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  24. I love your goats and I'd love to win the fabric (I would really like the goats but we havnt got room)

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  25. Will you ship to Canada? If so, add me to your draw. :)

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  26. Beautiful fabrics! I love to use them for either new pillows for my bed or a lap quilt. Thanks for the chance and the baby goat pictures!

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  27. I love how your quilt back has turned out, what a really lovely use of the left over fabrics. I have to also say that your goats are also so adorable.

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  28. I love this fabric! It would be so much fun to play with! The goats look like they would be fun to play with too.

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  29. Love the goats and certainly the fabric. When I first saw a piece of Laura Gunn fabric featured in an earlier post from you I fell in love with the colour and patterns. Thanks for the chance to go in the draw for a fantastic prize!

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  30. Such gorgeous fabrics, and the goats - how cute! I'd love to have goats to play with - but I imagine my dogs would love to play with them too (not such a good idea!)

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  31. The goats are just too cute! I love the backing! Gorgeous! Thanks for the chance! :)

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  32. Beautiful Fabrics, Rachel and thank you for sharing! I miss flower Fabrics! Your quilt back is beautiful and I love the goats! Are they yours? x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  33. I love the fabric, it would be so much fun to sew with this beauties. Thanks for the chance to win!
    Why should only the goats nibble at the fabric.....
    :-)

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  34. We had a few goats on the farm when I was younger - had to be careful around 'Rosie' as she was a butt butter (liked to butt bottoms), especially when you didn't see it coming...haven't thought about that in a long time, thanks for the memory nudge! You and your family are in my thoughts (and prayers) often. ktsquiltdreams (at)gmail (dot)com

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  35. I'd love to play with your leftovers. I'm so glad those goats decided not to lunch on your lovely quilt.

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  36. Yummy delicious fabric! Beautiful quilt!

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  37. I would love to make something with these fabrics. Gorgeous! Thank you for the opportunity to win! katie at dekabyte dot com

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  38. The pictures of the goats and backing are so heart warming!

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  39. They are beautiful fabrics! I would love to make a quilt for my bed using those fabrics.

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  40. Oh! Those are beautiful. I would put them to very good use. I'm making a hexie quilt and a paper pieced quilt. Thank you for the giveaway. And I think the goats are so cute.
    Dmac5958@aol.com

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  41. Love the goats and love the fabric. It is such a great time of year for flowers and spring baby animals. :)
    determineddebby at gmail dot com

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  42. Beautiful colors! I'd love to play with your scraps. Cute goats; you sure are trusting; last time we had goats they'd eat everything.

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  43. I'm not sure which ones I like better: your quilt back or those goats! :)

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  44. Love those flowers and the goats are so cute!
    lesley209 at gmail dot com

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  45. I would love to put those leftover fabrics to good use. I can add some solids and make a colorful summer quilt. Thanks!

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  46. Such cute little goats! I always like scraps. Someday I will make an epic scrap quilt!

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  47. Such cute little goats! I always like scraps. Someday I will make an epic scrap quilt!

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  48. Thank you so much for the chance to win!

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  49. Cuteness!!!
    Renragjdatgmaildotcom

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  50. Just gorgeous! To think until very recently all my quilt backs were soooooo boring. But my last couple have been a bit more adventurous, thanks to you!
    AMWegener at gmail dot com

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  51. I would love to give your scraps a home at my house. Thank you. Jennylarking@gmail.com

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  52. Your goats have such good taste! And no holes in your pretty quilt - that's wonderful. I like how you used the large pieces on the back. I'm going to give that a try with the next line I work with.

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  53. What a beautiful collection of colours and prints!!! Your scraps are most welcome n my sewing studio!!!

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  54. I'd love to make a pillow or bag out of these fabrics! Thanks for the chance!

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  55. The goats are very gentle, our sheep would not be! Beautiful fabrics, I'd love to make a pouch with those lovely blue prints.

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  56. Those prints are so lovely! I Would love some scraps!

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  57. Your quilt back is beautiful, and you are generous to give away those lovely scraps. But oh -- those goats! They're wonderful. I'd love to hear more about them.

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  58. Such a lovely backing! ... and I'd love to add your scraps to my next project!

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  59. I woul love to win your scraps!

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  60. I love other people's treasures. I will take good care of it. Thanks, Kathy
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  61. Let this be my first ever win!!

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  62. Those little goats have great taste!!!! The fabrics are so pretty and it makes a great idea for the backing.

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  63. Love the fabrics AND the goats! 😄

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  64. Love Luara's style....so very artistic! I would definitely sew up some pillows to summer up my living room!

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  65. Absolutely gorgeous fabrics! I love the back. I would definitely love to work my way up to being brave and doing a pieced backing like that.

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  66. Well, the fabric is perfect for the backing in that block arrangement.
    That lattice quilt is a beauty too
    The goats are adorable, oh so sweet.
    I would love to win a pile of your fabric, but if I do not win it, I will still love you.
    Have a wonderful week-end.

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  67. Beautiful fabric! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  68. Cute pictures of the beautiful fabrics attracting the curious goats. I'd love a chance to make something pretty with your scraps.

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  69. Love all those flowers, can see a beautiful quilt from just scraps. Thanks

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  70. Swimming here in scraps...but so would love more

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  71. Sure, I'd love some scraps. I don't have nearly enough fabric! LOL

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  72. It does work beautifully for a back!
    Thank you for sharing with one of us :)

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  73. Fun pics and the quilt is beautiful.
    I'd Love to play with these.Thanks

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  74. It would be fun to play with your scraps. Thank you! When I was little t, we had a very naughty goat who loved to escape and eat apples from the neighbors orchard! mfhagopian@aol.com

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  75. Thanks for the chance to win these fabrics so I can make something scrappy. Your quilts are always such an inspiration. I love how you put fabrics together.

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  76. Oh, Rachel!
    I have SO enjoyed following your creative process on this *beautiful* quilt!!
    I think that your inserting a few blocks with the placement of the prints, background, and creamy neutrals switched around is wonderful!... It really does capture the look and feel of the original collage that inspired you!! You really captured that "feel" of flowers, creamy lights, and Aqua!
    I like how you did the switching, too... (Having a whole 6 1/2" or 12 1/2" block all Aqua didn't quite give the same ethereal, sun-dappled floral garden look!)
    The pieced back is another brilliant idea!
    Now, I want to make your quilt in a lap quilt size!!
    SO beautiful!!
    Thank you, Rachel!!
    Pat T.

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  77. I am loving the goats.
    Thank you for a chance to win these beautiful scraps.

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  78. Very lovely thanks so much for the giveaway

    erin2470@hotmail.com

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  79. Rachel, the backing for your trellis quilt is perfect. Thanks for sharing your scraps.

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  80. The goats are fab! Thank you for a chance to win more supplies for hospice quilts!

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  81. ok, well first off, those goats are too cute! secondly, i love your quilt back. :) thirdly, i would love to play with these fabrics...so pretty and cheerful. thank you for sharing and giving us the chance to play!

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  82. What's better than baby goats? Baby goats with beautiful fabric! I've been scheming of a way to get my hands on some of the Vignette fabric without breaking my fabric diet. If only you were giving away a wee goat too. . .

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  83. Goats and fabric - what a great combo! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  84. Your quilt back is beautiful. And what good goats they are! My only experience is with goats who eat everything in sight - including fabric.

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  85. I love this f'abric and your quilt back is lovely! You're brave to mix goats and fabric!
    ramona_murray(at)comcast(dot)net.

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  86. These fabrics are so pretty. Love your quilt back. I need to do that more often as well! Thanks for the chance to win. shopgirl7232 at yahoo dot com

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  87. Those scarps look delicious! I'm so glad you've had a bit of fun. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  88. I don't have access to goats, but would love to play with those scraps!

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  89. The backing looks great! These fabrics are so pretty.

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  90. Haha I love the goats in the picture. They add some sparkle to it.

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  91. Not sure which is cute, the prints or the curious goats!

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  92. Love the quilt back and the goats!

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  93. Beautiful fabrics and sweet goats.

    ~karen.scott@gmail.com

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  94. The fabrics are so pretty.
    paweis at yahoo dot com

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  95. Good combination for quilt backs. Fabrics offered wold make a great table runner or table cloth but so many choices could be made. dinel12@yahoo.com

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  96. Beautiful job! And how sweet to pass on the scraps- I'd love to win them!
    bbeyun@gmail.com

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  97. The quilts & goats are cute. I would like to win your fabric scraps.

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  98. What lovely scraps. I love those florals and have the perfect project for them..thanks for sharing.

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  99. I love the florals. You are so good to gift them. Please know your sweet spirit and courage are such an inspiration. God bless.

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  100. Love the quilt and the goats are so cute with it!

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  101. I know how you feel with the WIPs, I'm drowning in them. Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  102. The fabric is so lovely

    And i Need for sure to finish some wips

    Greetings
    Tina

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  103. Ive never had any of that line, so Id love to get my hands on it! Love them! I dont know if this giveaway is open internationally but if it isnt, Im happy to pay ppstage? Thanks Rachel!

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  104. hi!
    I'd like to make a floral/solid log cabin, and these would be perfect! And sew special since they were yours. Thanks for letting us keep up with Eleni's news.
    Prayers and love,
    bamadaviscd at gmail dot com

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  105. Oh I love this fabric Rachel - thanks so much for sharing the left-overs from your gorgeous quilt xx

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  106. What a lovely quilt back..I usually do ithem all 'scrappy', with whatever is left over.... but this orderly way shows off the fabric beautifully. Best wishes
    Wendy
    WBooth-Boyd@hotmail.com

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  107. I hear you when you say finish! Very cheery backs. Sincerely, Paula K.

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  108. Thanks for the giveaway, these look lovely x
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  109. Those goats though!!! And LOVE that quilt back ☺

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  110. Very striking fabric. It would be fun to see what I can do with the scraps.

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  111. I have a bunch of Laura Gunn Edges prints that I would be curious to see if these scraps paired well with. Such a great idea for the back of your quilt; now I have to try!

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  112. I would love to win. Thanks for sharing!

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  113. Lovely summery quilt! Thanks for,the giveaway.
    fabricstasher24@gmail.com

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  114. thank you for the morning dose of quilting and cuties! (three.six.nine at gmail.com)

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  115. Those fabrics are so pretty. What a nice way to bring the garden inside. I would love to win your scraps! I will have to find some goat print fabric to throw into the mix if I win.

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  116. Oh, I'd love to have such pretty scraps!

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  117. The fabrics make me smile or is it the baby goats! OK it is both! Thank you fr the wonderful give away!

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  118. Love the photos with the baby goats...so cute! Thanks for the chance to win.
    jlpfeffer at gmail dot com

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  119. Love this fabric line and the pictures are so adorable!

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  120. The quilt is lovely. I am always happy to have more scraps. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  121. Thanks for sharing. Prayers for you and your little beauty. Beth

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  122. Very pretty. I love the goats. My family had a small farm when I was growing up and we had goats. I was always the baby goat feeder. I would love to make something with the scraps.

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  123. Dang it, it's a toss up really, to rather play with the goats or the fabric lol. I miss having goats so much! But you're probly not giving away the goats and the fabric IS pretty! Thanks for the chance to win! ❤

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  124. These are lovely! Thanks for sharing!

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  125. I love laura gunn and her fabrics. I could incorporate these into a back for her poppy quilt I'm (finally) making!

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  126. I love laura gunn and her fabrics. I could incorporate these into a back for her poppy quilt I'm (finally) making!

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  127. Oh, I would love to play with your scraps!! and I love to admire your quilts. Thank you for sharing :)

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  128. So pretty! I also want to make a similar quilt back. Thanks for sharing that lovely fabric. Ronnicat @ hotmail.com

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  129. So many cute things can be made from scraps! Especially pretty scraps.

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  130. Pretty! A pillow would be great.
    Thank you.

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  131. so beautiful! I'd love to win

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  132. Thank you for sharing your journey with your new daughter and her medical difficulties.

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  133. This fabric is lovely, thanks for the chance to win. dawnm1993(at)gmail(dot)com

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  134. Pretty fabrics!! I'd love to win them. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  135. Pretty fabrics, cute goats. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  136. I love your quilt back! lovely indeed - thank you for the giveaway - I would make a pillow for my daughters room! tks!

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  137. Yes I would love to play with those beautiful fabrics!

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  138. Oh, they would be perfectworked into something for a gril. :)

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  139. Can you send a goat along too? I love their curious nature.

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  140. would love the scraps. I think since you are donating them, I would make a lap quilt for a charity donation with

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  141. Hi Rachel! Beautiful fabrics!!! I love scraps...thank you for the giveaway

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  142. I would adore having your leftovers! I did something similar for the back of a duvet cover, and it has worked out very well -my daughter prefers that side to the "front" which is all one fabric except for an improv row of staggered blocks across the top 1/3. How fun! Thanks for the chance!
    Liz
    boltonia55@yahoo.com

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  143. Lovely fabrics! I can think of a few fun projects with them, thank you for the chance to win!

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  144. Love these fabrics! Thanks!

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  145. These prints and colours remind me of summer, much needed seeing as we have winter in NZ at present. Thanks for sharing them.

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  146. I "sew" love these vintage fabrics!

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  147. I love the fabrics and I would so love to win them.....the goats are cute......

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  148. Lovely quilt and lovely pics!! I would love some beautiful fabric!!!

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  149. Love them, love Laura Gunn, would love a chance to play with the scraps - thanks for the giveaway!

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  150. I SEE a couple of pretty scrappy skirts for my 4 and 9-yr old granddaughters!

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  151. I would love to mix these fabrics up with prints and solids from my stash. thanks for the chance :)

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  152. Such fun scraps! Pbstrand@msn.com

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  153. Fun pictures!! Made me chuckle! lol

    Would loooove to win & play with these pretty fabrics! Thanks for chance to win them :)

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  154. I love working with scrapes. Sorting through them is a treasure hunt for goodies.

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  155. Your quilts are beautiful and the goats are darling. And I love the Vignette collection. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  156. Eaaaak!! There's nothing in the world like a cute little goat in my eyes! Adorable! Thanks for the giveaway. My email is public on my Google profile.

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  157. Eaaaak!! There's nothing in the world like a cute little goat in my eyes! Adorable! Thanks for the giveaway. My email is public on my Google profile.

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  158. Eaaaak!! There's nothing in the world like a cute little goat in my eyes! Adorable! Thanks for the giveaway. My email is public on my Google profile.

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  159. Your quilt is fantastic and those goats are too cute! Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  160. They're lovely! I'd add them to my cathedral windows project for sure!

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  161. your sense of color is simply stunning and I would love to play with your scraps - wishing your husband the best of Father's days with the 3 kiddos

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  162. Oh yes please! A lovely pile of new to me scraps would be wonderful! Thank you ; )
    I miss my little goat. He was fun

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  163. Wow - I would love to sew something with those lovely prints. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  164. Beautiful fabrics; I'd love to win! Thanks for the give away!

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  165. Your pieced quilt back really is nice. Good job. Can't wait to see the quilt all put together.

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  166. I love your quilt back!
    I would use the leftovers in my upcoming Passacaglia quilt. You're such a dear to give them away.

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  167. I love your quilt back!
    I would use the leftovers in my upcoming Passacaglia quilt. You're such a dear to give them away.

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  168. Love those prints! Thanks for the chance to win!! oohlalollipop at gmail dot com

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  169. Recently i tought about sewing with floral prints but cant decide which i should buy - so this would be a good chance to try -thank you very much for the chance.

    hugs and kisses
    Anja

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  170. This looks like a fun collection to play with.

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  171. Both the goats and the fabrics are so cute and sweet! I love the Vignette collection, and have been hoping to make a mini wall quilt soon, so would be perfect :) Thanks!

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  172. This is a lovely collection! Thanks for the inspiration. :)

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  173. those are lovely fabrics! they would be perfect for a baby girl quilt!
    roseharries_06@hotmail.com

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  174. Those goats do look very curious, and adorable! The fabrics are lovely too...thanks for the chance to win.

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  175. I love those fabrics. They are so soft and wonderful. Love your quilt back.

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  176. Wow! Would love to win that beautiful fabric
    Thx.. The goats are so cute

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  177. What a great idea to showcase the yardage that way! Sure do like the scraps. Definitely would make a pillow or two.
    tracinecharest at Gmail dot com

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  178. These fabrics are lovely, and your quilt back looks wonderful.

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  179. I am a scrappy lover of all fabrics and projects! I would be so happy to take these off your hands and make a lovely summer table runner.

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  180. What lovely leftovers! And there are so many ways to use them.

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  181. I finally ordered my Vignette fabric to make the Colorbrick quilt (#3 for me of this pattern)! I would love extra to add some pizazz to the back. :) Or a new table runner would be wonderful. And I LOVE your goats!

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  182. Oh yes please! Not sure if you'd ship it to the UK but it's worth a punt! (Your quilt back is beautiful by the way) xx

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  183. Very cheerful prints here, as usual I love what you have done with them. (I'm in Australia) lizisquilting at gmail dot com

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  184. What a gorgeous backing! I can think of some lovely uses for these scraps along with some Swedish linen. Gladly would pay for shipping since I'm across the pond. Very sweet goats!

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  185. What a great giveaway- I love the vintage look of these while still feeling new. I have a bunch of vintage sheets I would cut up and add to this. Love your goats too.

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  186. your a scrappy happy my kinda of girl.

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  187. I love how you made the back! it looks great. And your goats are so cute :)

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  188. Love the back, the goats and the fabric

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