Sunday, January 29, 2017

HoneyBeGood Giveaway!

Happy Sunday, friends.  The folks at HoneyBeGood have updated their website so that it loads snappy fast, plus sports a cool new item-viewing feature.  To celebrate, they're giving away a half yard set of Window Dressings!

HoneyBeGood window dressing giveaway

If you've browsed HoneyBeGood's organic and sustainable fabrics before, you've got to pop back over there to appreciate the difference.  I like that you can get more info on a fabric and add it to your cart all without waiting for a new page to load.  Speedy!

So, what are these Window Dressings?  They're a new basic from Cloud 9, makers of Cirrus Solids.  Window Dressings are yarn-dyed ginghams, cross-woven with different tones in warp and weft.  They're 100% organic cotton, grown and produced to GOTS standards.

HoneyBeGood window dressing giveaway

I already have a project in mind for that lovely grass green.   And, of course, I photographed baby on the royal blue one this month.  Being a rather helpful fabric, I know they'll each come in handy for mix and match patchwork soon.

HoneyBeGood window dressing giveaway

One luck reader will win all 6 pretty Window Dressings in half yard cuts!!  To enter add your comment here.  I'd love to know what you're most excited to be working on as we finish the first month of the new year.

Enter now through noon eastern time on Wednesday.  HoneyBeGood can ship to the US, Canada, Great Britain, Australia and New Zealand.  Good luck!


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And our winner is Allison of comment #21.  I'll be in touch!

229 comments:

  1. Rachel, after 11 years of quilting, I'm finally making a quilt for our bed. I finished the appliqué last night, now to put it together

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  2. Window Dressings are so pretty. I lvoe the way the cross weave makes the cornerstones pop out. I am excited to be working on your penny sampler quilt and patiently awaiting the next post on it!

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  3. I actually just finished a few projects that I was really excited to complete. One was a quilt from Modern Quilting magazine called Type. It's reminiscent of the parts of an old typewriter. I used the scraps from that to make a wall hanging. Then I made a Valentine's style table runner. I'm now working on a quilt for a teen homeless nonprofit.

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  4. What fun fabric! I've just finished all the blocks for my Farmer's Wife quilt and will be putting the quilt top together.

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  5. Sew lovely! I am excited about the "layer cake pop" pattern featured at "fat quarter shop" I have a bundle of fabric that's just been waiting for inspiration. I don't mind adding to my stash with a giveaway either ;)

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  6. Labels for the 3 charity quilts and the one baby quilt I finished this month and I have 2 tops that need borders also done this month so i will so finish the month as the thing I look forward to doing.

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  7. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway! I am doing some baby blankets & quilts this month!

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  8. I'm finishing up a blue jean rag quilt for my sister. After that, I will start on a quilt for my son and his fiance.

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  9. I am currently trying to finish our Charity Quilt for Fort McMurray and I know I will be sooo happy once this is done. A member of our guild will then take it to Fort McMurray to distribute. jen.neef@web.de

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  10. Making my first whole cloth quilt with a twist - made 8" blocks out of the plain fabric so I would have a quilting grid when I pieced them back together.

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  11. Oooh... these fabrics would be great for my new little guy's nursery. I'm most excited to be getting back to a quilt I'm making for my daughter after a long holiday break in sewing. Thanks, I adore Honey Be Good!!

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  12. I just finished binding a Swoon for my youngest daughter to take back to college with her.

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  13. I am making a quick wedding quilt for my brother and SIL to be. A quirky improv quilt that she can use in her home child are business to teach colours. I am thinking of hiding some cool little images in amongst the quilt slabs. Thanks for the giveaway. Tarnia.hodges at gmail dot com

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  14. These fabrics seem to be begging to be made into a picnic quilt!

    I'm working on getting a quilt done for my brother that I planned on giving him for Christmas! I just have to bind it and make the label! Oh, well- I think that a gift out of the blue is a bit more exciting than one mixed in with all of the other Christmas presents!

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  15. I am busy planning to sew some new clothes for spring. The cold winter has lasted long enough.

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  16. Ooh, love the Window Dressing fabrics! I'm so happy to have finished up the quilt top for my Quilty 365 project! And it looks better than I expected. That's always a win.:)

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  17. I'm quilting a table runner and planning a new quilt for baby!

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  18. Love the fabric, thanks for the chance to win. I'm excited to be working on an equilateral triangle quilt for my daughters eighteenth birthday.
    annamariehlustik@googlemail.com

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  19. Since every quilt has to start somewhere, I'm excited to be finishing up the design of a quilt for my sister to mark a significant birthday. These are great fabrics and would be a terrific addition to a group of scrappy shirting blocks.
    Robby (bolderbaker.at.gmail.dot.com)

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  20. I have a few must do quilts for family, but I'm most excited to be making a Tula Pink bird seed quilt for me. Everytime I make a block for a family quilt, I'll reward myself with some geese for my quilt.

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  21. I'm excited to be moving ahead on a quilt for my daughter. Plus I've got myself all set up with lots of embroidery and hand quilting for the 2-3 weeks I'll be under the weather after I get a new knee. They're all fun projects.

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  22. I'm working on a cross quilt that I started in 2014, so I'm excited to see it getting done.

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  23. So excited to be working on a few baby quilts and graduation quilts this new year. Thanks for the chance to win this fun fabric.

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  24. What great fabric. Thanks for sharing the giveaway. I am "trying" to get a quilt quilted on my domestic machine, but so many other things keep me from my goal!!

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  25. Oh I have been coveting those window pane fabrics since they came out! I've been working on a simple, equilateral triangle quilt top this weekend. The triangles have been cut and stacked for some time, so I'm eager to see it finished up!

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  26. I'm currently working on a baby quilt in hopes of getting it finished before the last minute.

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  27. What I am most excited about is pretty much the next project, and the one after that....so many ideas

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  28. I'm drafting up a lumberjack quilt and these would be perfect. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  29. I'm excited for the next block in the Blossom Heart Quilts sampler!

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  30. I love those colors! Am doing a baby quilt for a baby girl being born in March to some members of our church.

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  31. I most excited about 3 quilt tops I'm hoping to complete before the end of March. I've never had 3 going at one time, and as I tend to be a slow, overthinking quilter, I'm proud that I've actually got 3 going and making great progress on each. Lovely fabrics to win, thanks for the chance!

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  32. A friend brought me some dutch fabric from Amsterdam - I'm excited to be starting a quilt from those!

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  33. Baby quilt for me! Working on another project this week

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  34. Lovely fabrics!! I am happy to be working on another Swoon quilt using some bright and colourful prints.

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  35. Trying out settings for international swap blocks

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  36. I'm hoping to finish a commission during February, so that will be a huge weight off my back. I'm just excited to play with some fabric and make whatever comes to mind. 😊

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  37. Such useful fabric! I love that the website opens new windows when you click on things, so you can always go back to where you started very easily by just going back to your initial window. Very snappy! I'm excited to get some quilts done for my boys (with minky backing that's been a learning process) and to work on a vintage quilt for my sister out of old dress fabrics from our childhood!

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  38. I'm excited to be finishing up two twin quilts this week, and adding to my Penny Sampler! ;)

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  39. What lovely fabrics! Especially the turquoise/aqua...my favorite colors...
    I'm most excited because I finished over 25 long standing various types of UFOs from August through the end of January and only have two uncomplicated UFOs left on my list! Then I get to start completing two quilts I've got mostly cut out and some blocks made. I'm over the moon with this much progress in a few months of focused sewing! And sorting - since I repurposed/gave away a good number of fabric projects I no longer "love".

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  40. Love these fabrics. The colors are so vibrant. I'm trying something new to finish the month. I'm making a doggie bed with attached blanket out of pink minkie for my 2.5 pound chihuahua, Midge.
    Leslie Hampel. lfh_0812@yahoo.com

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  41. I'm excited to finish up a half square triangle quilt I started about two years ago. Too much of life got in the way and I'm ready to make the time to finish it and give it away.
    Heather
    smokejumper@comcast.net

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  42. I am working on a couple of QAL's. Can't wait to finish and start something new! And the Penny Sampler!

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  43. Love the Window Dressings! I think I am most excited about finishing the hand quilting on the mini for the MQG swap next month.

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  44. I am working with some striped fabric for a quilt. It is one of my kits I bought many years ago when I first started quilting. Loving the fabric for this giveaway. Will definitely go check out their site.

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  45. As soon as we get home, I'm getting back to a quilt for my sisters bedroom.

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  46. A quilt for my cousin Hannah!! Thanks for the opportunity.


    acbeier71@gmail.com

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  47. I finished the binding on a baby quilt and winter snow lap quilt last night. I am ready for a new project, not sure what it will be.

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  48. I'm finishing up the cutest quilt called Oh My Stars. Ive done it in 30's fabric. I love the fabric in the giveaway! My email is colemansharon@me.com

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  49. HoneyBeGood is based an hour away from where I live - hope they open a brick and mortar store sometime! I'm excited to start a peachy-colored quilt for a lovely friend. It's a new and different color scheme for me.

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  50. I have just finished some needlework hearts with strip pieces backgrounds. These fabrics are beautiful and had not seen them before.

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  51. A quilt for my new grandson arriving in April. Love that orange and blue.

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  52. Looking forward to the next month of the penny sampler. And I'm finally ready to start sewing the sparkler blocks for my son's sparkler quilt after being derailed by sickness (mine and/or the kids) for most of the past month!

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  53. Thanks for the info on Honey Be Good! I'm finishinig up a quilt from an online bee I participated in. I was queen bee in Nove., 2016 and have put to gether the top and basted it. Just trying to settle on the quilting design before I finish it up. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  54. I just love ginghams and plaids. This line looks like it will find its way into a lot of quilts.

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  55. I'm working on a piece of quilting to be used as wall art, mid century modern style. Can't wait to see how it turns out.

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  56. I am working on a Kaffe Fassett queen size quilt for my daughter, most anxious to be done��

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  57. Today I decided to make a quilt showing people holding signs bearing the statements of their beliefs, similar to those carried at the Women's March and at protests today in support of refugees.

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  58. These are such pretty fabrics and just what I would use in a quilt. I have made the quilt using all blue plaid but would like to make a more colorful one!

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  59. I'm sure one of these would look great in my penny sampler! They are so pretty!

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  60. I'm working on sandwiching and quilting a quilt of my own design and construction. Very exciting!!

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  61. These are gorgeous!! I do love the HoneyBeGood site, and if I weren't on a fabric budget, I'd buy it all! My favorite is working with organic cotton - it really makes a difference!

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  62. Georgous fabrics! Im attempting to teach myself hand applique. Prep work is taking forever.

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  63. I've just about finished my first quilt top for 2017. Would love these gorgeous fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  64. Beautiful fabrics!
    I'm gathering/selecting organic fabrics for a new baby quilt... So, HoneyBeGood is a great place for me to hang out right now!
    Pat T.

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  65. Such vivid colors! I love yarn dyed fabrics. Thanks for the chance.

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  66. My bed needs a new quilt as the one we use is coming apart at the seams so I've been looking at Kona solids to start a single girl quilt. Beautiful fabric, Thanks for the giveaway.

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  67. Love all those bright, happy colors, and they would make a great addition to my dwindeling stash, as I am trying to be good and not buy any fabric till there is a noticable reduction of fabric on the shelves.

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  68. Gorgeous fabrics! I love Cloud9, so soft. Looking forward to these women's, they are just so timeless.

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  69. This is such lovely fabric! I am making a 40th birthday present for my sister.

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  70. Thank you for the giveaway! I love the color combinations in these fabrics. Right now I am most excited to be hand quilting a tumbler blocks quilt for my son. It's my second large quilt that I've hand quilted and it's going so much faster than my first. It's exciting to see progress! sarah@forrussia.org

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  71. I am excited to be working on some small projects that give me a sense of accompishment when completed. What pretty fabrics--thanks for the chance to win.
    joyecox@yahoo.com

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  72. Pretty! I'm looking forward to finishing it up the quilting on a top that has been pieced and sitting in the closet for over two years now!

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  73. These are so pretty! I'm working on a skirt and some mending currently. Then going to cut into a new quilt!
    Ksmith8@emich.edu

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  74. Those are gorgeous. I'm excited to be working on a photo collage quilt.

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  75. I'd love to play with those fabrics and the new website looks great. I can't wait to order. Thanks for the heads up.

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  76. Those fabrics are great, working on a quilt for a sick friend

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  77. I'm finishing up a charity quilt for our local hospice organization.

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  78. I am ready to finish sewing on the binding to a baby quilt I've labored over for most of the month of January. I'll be happy to get this one done and move on to something else. It turned out darling!!

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  79. Those do look like wonderfully versatile fabrics! I've been working on a college graduation quilt for one of my sons, but today I got it to a place where I can set it aside for a bit because I need to sew three flower girl dresses for another son's wedding. Deadline: middle of March!

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  80. I am starting a new quilt called linked together and hurriedly trying to finish the quilt on my design board to make room for it. Oh and I'm also making myself some swing dresses.

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  81. I am using up my odds and ends strips by making a scrappy rug.

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  82. Thanks for the great giveaway—I love these fabrics! I'm finishing a quilt designed by my son and his Kindergarten class for the school's annual auction.

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  83. These fabrics are so lovely. They really take me back to a modest time, yet fit into today's world too. I just went on the HoneyBeGood website when I saw they ship to Australia. I love organic fabric! But it's so hard to get access to it but this company has the cutest material I've seen in organic! Thanks for sharing x

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  84. Thanks for the chance! I ...should be working on a soccer jersey quilt for my son...but sometimes I procrastinate.

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  85. I just finished my first 2017 finish and only my 6th finish ever. I am excited not to finish up a vintage quilt top that was given to me by my mother-in-law. Looking for the perfect repro fabric for the back. Then hoping to finish a modern dorm quilt for my daughter!

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  86. I'm working on an oversized king quilt for myself! Excited to have a new quilt on my bed and hopefully this one will be big enough that my hubs and I won't "fight" over having enough coverage.

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  87. I am working on some small zipper pouches. Hope to finish 4 this week.

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  88. Working on one of my bee dister's block. Want to ship it this week. She picked a grear block.

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  89. I'm not sewing anything at the moment, but I'm knitting some socks.

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  90. I love all those colors together! I'm on a finish-up-old-WIPs roll -- so I'm doing a lot of quilting and binding these days! I have a list of quilts I'd like to make, but I do want to get these out of quilt top purgatory first!

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  91. What beautiful fabrics!! Thank you for chance to win some!!! :D

    I am working on finishing up some baby things for a niece's new baby.

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  92. Working on a Tshirt quilt and three purses! I need to get to work :-)

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  93. I'm about a week away from finishing a blanket for my friend's new daughter.

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  94. I just finished a pink and white table runner for Valentines. Thank you for the give away chance.

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  95. I'm working on my first commissioned quilt in blues and greens! Looking forward to completing some valentine gifts

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  96. I'm excited to be finishing up a baby quilt that's been in the works for far too long!

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  97. Oh these are wonderful!! I have a couple fun finishes this month and hope to have a third wrapped up shortly(it is for a magazine!!! (quiet squeee!) Thanks for a wonderful giveaway!

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  98. Working on an overdue baby quilt and some hand sewing with hexies.

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  99. Gorgeous fabrics! I am excited to be finishing up a Star Wars quilt as a birthday gift for someone.

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  100. Trying to finish up my blocks for the penny sampler class before I get the next installment!

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  101. I am working on Moda's be my neighbor using autumn colors and just got my first BOM from FQS using the mini curve ruler. Plan to do some practicing - have wanted to learn to sew curves for a long time now.

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  102. I was making garments many, many years before I began making quilts. I am very anxious to fit a pattern for pants with the help of a Craftsy fitting class. I am also excited to make a quilt from some daffodil print that I have had for a while.

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  103. I have been having fun turning a bunch of orphan blocks and leftover components into quilts. So far I have been really pleaded with them! I live those fabrics. Thanks for the chance!

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  104. I'm excited to finish the last of 4 Baby girl quilts and then start some "me" sewing.

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  105. I am finishing a pillowcase drive for my quild. 300 pillowcases. Then I will be able to get back to my Illusion quilt.

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  106. I will be excited to sew anything -- I have been on a major organizing campaign, with sewing the reward for finishing!

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  107. I am proud to say I will be finishing my very first quilt of 2017 sometime this week. It is a wedding present for my BFF's daughter.
    jeannie.cgan at gmail dot com

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  108. Love the fabric and color choices. I have always been a fan of plaid and the green and blue would look great on the quilt I'm making my grandson whose room is those exact same colors. Thank for the chance to win!

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  109. I'm excited about getting some work done on some charity quilts that had to take a back seat.

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  110. I'm looking forward to making another Luna Lapin after recieving the book at christmas

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  111. I will be working on my new Bernina!! While my old one was in the shop (used her as a trade in) I cut out most of two quilts. One kaleidoscope and a Broken dishes. I'm anxious to get my new machine up and going!

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  112. Thank you for the chance to win. I am excited to work with my first own paper piecing template =)

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  113. I'm looking forward to finishing a quilt I'm making for my husband...

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  114. Aside from all the sewing I have lined up for this year (it's a year of UFO finishing!), I have some coloring pages in frames from Michael's that are begging to be painted and hung :)

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  115. Hi Rachel! I just finished baby quilt and take my sewing machine today for a cleaning. I'm excited to start a new baby quilt and will be enjoy to sew it with cleaned machine. These fabrics are beautiful and I'm looking for to see what ideas you have for them. Thank you for a give away! x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  116. Hello Rachel - I love the vivid coloured fabrics and am pleased to see they will ship to New Zealand. My goal this year is that every quilt I make will be made entirely from my fabric stash. And limiting new purchases - I really cannot go cold turkey on this. Kind regards Alison

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  117. So gorgeous fábrics

    I am trying to finish the 365 smpler challenge I joined las year and hope to finish the top next month.

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  118. I'm looking forward to finishing a quilt for my sons birthday. A woodland theme was requested so I'm doing a ton of flying geese trees. I'm calling it improv rather grandly, but actually it is a bit of a wonky mess - lucky he's no quilting expert!

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  119. So beautiful fabrics! I'm now sewing some Dinos softies for my nephews :)

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  120. I love working on the farmers wife quilt. Very excited to finish that this year. Thanks for the chance!
    cottonpaperflowers at gmail dot com

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  121. I am trying to finish a baby quilt for a baby who was born a few weeks ago!

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  122. Sewing the binding on a quilt for my daughter. Yay! Almost done.

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  123. Just finished piecing Farmer's Wife quilt and excited about getting the backing done and quilting it. 3 other friends and I made 8 blocks a month all of last year and will be "unveiling" our finished quilts soon. Can't wait to see how different they all look when side by side.

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  124. January & February are the months when I do most of my "just for fun" sewing. So I've made zip pouches, pot holders, a baby quilt, etc. I'm starting on a lap quilt today. I'm playing with new to me color schemes, digging through my stash, sewing up some scrappy things, and trying new patterns. It's all good!

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  125. working on some secret sewing has me excited. and knitting sock after sock in my spare time. love these fabrics! thanks for the chance.

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  126. Am so happy to be finally about to start hand quilting a round robin project from about 6 years ago. Finished top at a retreat this past October.

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  127. I just finished up an overnight bag that I started before the holidays, and I hope to finish up my penny sampler blocks before the new month. Another project that I want to make some progress on before February is cleaning up my sewing room....

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  128. I am finishing up multiple UFOs. 6 quilts are now ready to be quilted and several table runners are ready for gifting! Next project is child sized messenger bags for the granddaughters. Love the colors of the Window Dressings line. Thank you and HoneyBeGood for making the giveaway possible.

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  129. Right now, I'd be happy to complete ANYTHING!!

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  130. I made a double wedding ring out of bright modern colors that needs to be quilted. I finished a colorful baby quilt with wonky stars as the main motif. I also finished a bag and a journal cover that utilized fabric that I had dyed with art tissue. I used the scraps from the double wedding ring to make heart mug rugs for Valentine's Day. I can't wait to start something new. I've been collecting men's shirts from the thrift shop for a quilt so that may be next.

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  131. I'm working on an art quilt for entry in a quilt show and also a couple of challenge quilts due in April. thanks for the chance to win.
    mfhagopian@aol.com

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  132. Anything Yarn dyed has my heart.

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  133. I really like these fabrics. They seem so pretty and useful!

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  134. Love Honey Be Good. I'm working on an around the block learning all new techniques. Would enjoy trying some on that fabric.

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  135. Love these Honey Be Good fabrics and especially the organic cotton quality; I am working on little house blocks for a Village quilt which I started because I had so much fun making the houses block in my Penny Sampler project .. and I am anxious to get started on the next month of the Penny!!

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  136. I'm working on a Swoon 16 quilt and also hoping to quilt my lucky stars Bom top! These fabrics are lovely!!

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  137. Ooh, those fabrics! I am finishing up an improv project. My first go at it, and I loved it!

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  138. I have a pouch idea I want to try this afternoon, hoping it works!

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  139. Those fabrics are gorgeous!! I'm working on a paper pieced pattern right now...slow going for someone who struggles with writing patterns!

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  140. Love the window dressings fabric! I am super excited to get started working on my wedding quilt that we are going to be using as our guest book!

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  141. Beautiful fabric for a giveaway. I'm starting 2 baby quilts for an old friend expecting twins!

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  142. I'm finally sewing on a Swiss Cross baby quilt for our newest granddaughter. She's almost 2 and was adopted from Ethiopia- Azaria Joy. It's been cut out since Christmas! The windowpane fabric would make a nice border for a cross quilt. Beth

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  143. I am working on a quilt for my niece and also starting a baby quilt for my sixth great nephew! The other good thing is that I am using my new Juki, a Christmas gift from my Husband.

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  144. It's a great January for quilting ~ ~ just finished two spontaneous quilt tops rich with color, finshed a 4-year old UFO which is temporarily on my bed and am determined to assemble a QAYG queen-sized project which has been quilted and ready for way too long. I would love to win the fabrics ~ ~ three ideas come to mind immediately! Thank you for sharing with us.

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  145. I'm about to start quilting a top I pieced last year. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  146. These are lovely! I'm working on several old WIPs and some new cat mats. Thanks.

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  147. What great fabric! I have lots to do-three quilt tops to quilt-and a paper-piecing project to catch up on! Thank you, Susan

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  148. Quilts for my two daughters and baby quilts- lots of baby quilts!

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  149. I just started piecing a heart quilt. A big pixelated heart in the middle and low volume squares around.

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  150. I have a baby quilt for a Japanese friend that I can't wait to finish and send off to her soon to be born son.

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  151. That turquoise and gold is really speaking to me. Starting on a new quilt for granddaughter #1 (out of 3) who is now 3. She is growing out of her baby quilts so I'm starting over making full size quilts for them.

    sdehnke@hotmail.com

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  152. What fun fabrics! I have a bag that I am going to be making. It is cut out and ready to go.

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  153. Those are beautiful colors. I am working on the RSC17 and am having so much fun with it that I am working ahead with the project since she gave all the colors for the entire year! yay!

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  154. Love these fabrics. Stir up a lot of ideas. I am working on 3 sampler block of the month quilts. I like that each block is different. If it's one you don't like you only have to do it once. And if you do like it, you can create so many projects with it.

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  155. I love plaids! Or should I say checks? Very lovely colors; I am sure I can think of something beautiful to make with these fabrics!

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  156. I'm excited about the Penny Sampler and can't wait for February's lesson. Working on it with Abi is fun and a bit freeing in that I really don't know how it will look color wise when it's done.
    Thank you Rachel and Honey Be Good for the yummy looking giveaway :)

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  157. I am working on 3 challenge quilts. I like to make my challenge quilts big enough to snuggle under and most are donated to Quilts for Kids.

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  158. I am 2-3 weeks from finishing up the quilting on my been-working-on-since-October project, so I am getting really excited to start my next project - a flowering snowballs quilt :-)
    happy stitching & Thanks for the chance to win ~ Tracy

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  159. I'm trying to finish a few gift quilts for new babies this year. I love their families and am so excited to meet all of them, so I would love to have something precious to give them.

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  160. I'm working on your Penny Saver quilt, looking forward to finishing the village block.

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  161. I'm working on a quilt for my 23-year old son. He finally said he would like a quilt! These fabrics are gorgeous. Thanks for the chance.

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  162. I'm working on a king size quilt for my recently engaged baby sister. Thankfully, the wedding is in January 2018!

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  163. I'm excited to pull out some UFO's that are collecting dust and breathe some life back into them! Thanks for the chance.

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  164. I am working on a heart themed quilt for a newly engaged friend of my daughter.

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  165. I'm finishing a group of 8 squares for two MIA quilts I started two years ago. Then I am quickly going to make a Valentine pillow for my living room couch. Hopefully.

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  166. I'm working on a needleturn applique quilt. It is a McKenna Ryan kit. I don't like fusing so I'm doing needleturn. I started it several years ago. I'm also doing your Penny Sampler.
    I'm loving this fabric. I'm partial to plaids and checks in any form.

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  167. I'm working on some wip's and participating in the cookbook sew along on Instagram. Thanks for the chance to win these beautiful fabrics!

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  168. Those are such great fabrics. I'm working on a summer quilt for my bed and am hoping to get all the blocks sewn before the end of Feb.

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  169. i am working on too many things all at once. all WIPs, all using what is in my studio already. 2017 is the year of using and not buying! that's a goal anyway!

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  170. Excited to be starting a new round Robin quilt with a group of ig friends. I am smitten with these fabrics

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  171. So excited to finish up a quilt for my daughter who is studying abroad for a few months! Thanks for the opportunity! ecboeringa@gmail.com

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  172. I have a bunch of projects I am working on, but am most excited about my jeans quilt, which is just starting to come together. urchiken at gmail dot com

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  173. I am excited to be working on a jelly roll quilt that our guild just completed.

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  174. Love the window pane check! I'm working on a triangle quilt, pieces cut with my Sizzix Big Shot Plus, a Christmas present. It'll be the first bed quilt that I FMQ on my new HQ Sweet 16.

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  175. I've not much time to sew right now since we are getting ready to move, but I am making occasional blocks to try new techniques and of course, my Penny Sampler which I am doing in the 12 month class.

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  176. I'm excited to be unpacking in a new home!

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  177. I'm working on several projects. Never bored. Also getting
    ready for a sewing reteat. Super excited about that. Love
    the fabrics from HoneyBeGood.
    Linda

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  178. That's such a great lineup of colours! I'm most excited about the quilt I'm making for my SIL in shades of teal, aqua, green, blue and lilac – it's going really well, and the colours just sparkle together.
    Kate in Australia
    http://talltalesfromchiconia.wordpress.com

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  179. I'm not letting myself start anything new until I finish up a couple of quilts that I've been working on a loooong time.

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  180. very cute ginghams!
    i'm working on about 6 projects in rotation right now. the one i'm probably most excited about is . . . whichever i'm working on at the moment!

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  181. Hope to finish my adaptation of Lori Holt's Farm Girl Quilt this week.

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  182. Sneaking in a baby girl quilt among my many quilting projects.

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  183. I'm excited to work on my first quilt ever!

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  184. I'm finishing a charity baby quilt. I have a collection of polka dot fabric and I think these window dressings would compliment each other!

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  185. I'm finishing a charity baby quilt. I have a collection of polka dot fabric and I think these window dressings would compliment each other!

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  186. I am finishing up a few cushion covers I started prior to the holidays! thank you!

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  187. Right now I am working on a big star block quilt with fussy cut diamond shapes. This fabric is so pretty, great giveaway!

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  188. I'm working on my first ever hand pieced quilt, based loosely on the traditional 'Jacks Chain" quilt.

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  189. Great looking fabrics. I'm working on a blue/white scrappy quilt.

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  190. I'm helping my friend make a t-shirt quilt to remember her 20 year old son who passed away last summer in a tragic accident. It's been a healing journey for her and it's been an honor for me to help her in this way.

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  191. I am working on a scrappy star quilt. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the giveaway. (shirparks@gmail.com)

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  192. On behalf of Camille, "Here in Australia school is back and I have time to make a start on a very important quilt for a very, very tiny baby girl."

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  193. These Window Dressings are very inspiring! I am patiently working through a non-sewing project that must be finished before I can start a new sewing projects. Soon...

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  194. These fabrics are gorgeous... love those cheerful and bright colours. My aunt is celebrating her 85th birthday next month and I want to make her something very special, but I just can't decide on a project...I'd better start something soon😬

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  195. I just learned how to foundation paper piece and I've been working on a mini quilt for an Instagram swap.

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  196. Those fabrics are simply gorgeous. What I am most excited about for this month, well i finally pulled out my new Baby Lock machine that I bought in 2015. You see I love piecing on my vintage Singer but I finally will give the BL a whirl.

    I am sewing specialty projects for a quilt show later this year. I am lightly perspiring all the way in prepping for this show. But I am making steady progress. I have a friend bringing me fabrics back for Ghana next month.... so exciting. I will be incorporating some of these fabrics into my projects.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  197. I just put the finishing stitches in an astronaut quilt for a shelter child. Next, I'll be basting a fall wall hanging, so it can hang in our living room this year.

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  198. The fabrics are gorgeous. I have been working on projects for the hospital in hoping to bring a smile to someone face

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  199. I am working on two projects that started with the new year. Both are appliqué quilts.

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