Monday, May 21, 2012

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway 5/21

It is time for another Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day. I am so excited. All the blog hopping and all the chances to win are just too much fun.



For my giveaway today I am giving away one Kona Solids charm pack.

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It looks pretty uninteresting until you open it up and get this explosion of color. BTW if you win yours has not been opened.


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43 5 inch squares bright kona fabric colors! That is over 1/2 a yard. And how do I know that, it says on the back 0.625 and since I am fourth grade  teacher and I have teach my students about decimals,  I am very in touch with my decimal knowledge.

There are so many thinks that could be done with these and all you have to do to enter to win.

I am using the rafflecopter app to select the winner. You have 3 chances to win, but only one is required. You do have to log into rafflecopter, but it is really simple and it makes the giveaway so much more fair and it makes it so I have away to contact you. Any comments submitted/accounted for on the rafflecopter will not be counted towards the giveaway. The giveaway closes May 25, 2012 around 5pm. I will announce the winner by the 27th and you will have 72 hours to respond, or I will pick someone else.





Have fun! Don't forget to enter the other giveaways too.

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268 comments:

  1. I could really use these for a quilt I'm planning.

    rebekahricker (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  2. Ooh, maybe a wall hanging!

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  3. i see some fun beachy items!

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  4. I would use it for some cute bags!

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  5. It would go into a quilt :)

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  6. I'd use it in a quilt, with some prints. Thanks!

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  7. I would use it towards a quilt. :-)

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  8. I'm not sure...Maybe some fun, summery coasters. Or a table runner. I'm horrible at coming up with ideas on the fly! xo

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  9. Those are great colors for a solids quilt!

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  10. I would make another solids quilt of some sort. I love the bright colors in this pack!

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  11. i'm planning some i-spy quilts for my girls, but some solid squares would be pleasing to the eye! and since it's all over the rainbow, these would be perfect!

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  12. How fun, I love bright colors!

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  13. I would make my daughter a rainbow twirl skirt. Rainbow is her favorite color! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  14. Such a happy burst of color! These definitely make me smile. Thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  15. Id use them for a pinwheel quilt where I need solids with patterns

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  16. I would love to win some solids, I never seem to buy many!

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  17. I would use it in a quilt.

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  18. I think I would add some floral from my stash to make a pinwheel baby quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  19. HELLO! I'D MAKE A NEW BABY QUILT FOR SURE!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

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  20. I could definitely use some solids for my stash- I'd like to make tote bags!

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  21. I think I'd combined them with some fun prints and make a big beach bag!

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  22. Something for my kids--maybe lap quilts?

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  23. I think they would make a lovely tote.

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  24. I would make a baby quilt, so pretty!

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  25. Hello, I'd use this happy fun pack of fabric in a quilt for a new babe. Thanks for the chance to win. Linda

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  26. It would be added into a quilt or mug rug or something. =) thank you.

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  27. I'd add it in with my collection of rainbow charms for my 3" hexie quilt

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  28. This fabric would be made into a quilt, and I've been wanting to work with more solids! Thanks for hosting! :)
    Bethany
    makemeaquilt at gmail dot com

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  29. I would make a quilt - I have a piece of sesame street fabric ready and waiting to be the backing and the colours in this pack would be great with it.

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  30. Love me some solids for quilting!

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  31. i would make a nice quilt for sure! not sure what kind though.

    thanks. you can reach me at supersharmie at gmail dot com :)

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  32. I would definitely incorporate these into a scrap quilt! Love Kona!

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  33. LOVE Kona solids. Thanks for the chance to win. I'd love to make a square in square quilt with them.

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  34. That is tough-- maybe a little tablecloth for my daughter's tea parties

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  35. Would use in a quilt; I make lots of baby quilts; thanks for chance to win! (EMAIL: marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  36. Maybe I'd make a playmat? Or doll clothes?

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  37. I think I'd try to make something color wheel-esque

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  38. I'm not sure what I would make. Maybe a baby quilt? Thanks for doing a giveaway!

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  39. I'm not quite sure, but I have lots of ideas running through my head!

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  40. These would be great mixed in a quilt with novelty fabrics! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  41. i love to take these charms packs, sew two pieces together on the left side and the right side then cut them down the middle (you get two new squares with two colors each and then i sew them all together randomly in scrappy baby quilts. so fun and SO EASY!

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  42. A baby Quilt....Thanks for hosting!

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  43. I would use it for my future rainbow charm quilt.

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  44. I would probably make a mini using all solids.

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  45. I would make a baby quilt. Thanks!

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  46. I would use these as complementing solids in a rainbow themed quilt..thanks for the chance!

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  47. i'd add it to some prints for some quilt blocks. thanks

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  48. I don't know what I would make, but it would be so pretty! Thank you!

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  49. i think i'd use these for some cushions to liven up my sofa, they are lovely colours!

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  50. I think it would probably end up in all sorts of projects. Yay for solids! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  51. AnonymousMay 22, 2012

    I think I would put it in my stash

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  52. i would make a mini-quilt to hang over my sewing desk.

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  53. a sewing machine cover.

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  54. I have the perfect throw pattern for this.

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  55. I would combine with another charm pack to make a simple patchwork baby quilt. I love patchwork!

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  56. There is an adorable quilt in Little Bits Quilting Bee...I would use this pack on it!

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  57. I would probably use them in a quilt!

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  58. I would make a rainbow dresden plate and some pincushions.
    Thank you for the giveaway.

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  59. I would make a quilt for a family member. I love those colors. Thanks!

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  60. Pretty colours, thank you! x

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  61. oops haha, I would co-ordinate the colours to current quilts :) x

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  62. I would make a tablerunner.

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  63. I am having trouble with the rafflecopter on my machine

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  64. I would probably mix those solids with other prints and do a colorful quilt!

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  65. Ooh, I use colourful charm packs to make fabric streamers for party decorations. They're really cute, reusable, and washable!

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  66. i would use these in a quilt

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  67. I would definitely incorporate into a quilt for my little girls....thanks for a great giveaway!
    jodym7atyahoo.com

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  68. I'd probably alternate them with some prints for a pretty quilt top.

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  69. Hmmm, maybe a nice table runner! And a few coordinating hot pads, I think that would be prefect!

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  70. These would be great to use with some prints I have to make a quilt. Thanks for offering this giveaway! :)

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  71. I would use these with some prints I have to make a lap quilt. Thanks for the chance :)
    ~Terry~

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  72. I love Kona, would be great to add to my rainbow charms to calm them down a bit.

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  73. I'd love to make a rainbow pillow!

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  74. Thank you! Beautiful! I'd use these as part of a rainbow eye spy quilt I'm planning.

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  75. I would make a quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  76. I think this would make a cute baby quilt
    Thanks for the giveaway

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  77. I have some lovely bold florals that would be great with these solids in a new quilt.

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  78. Would make something for the summer :-)

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  79. I'd love to use these to make some hexies!

    Julia @ Stars&Sunshine
    starsandsunshineblog at gmail dot com

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  80. I think I'd do a checkerboard design of coordinating prints to those solids, and make a curtain out of them, it'd look gorgeous!

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  81. I would make a beach quilt!

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  82. They would look so pretty in a baby quilt, such beautiful colors. Thanks.

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  83. I would use it to make a bag to hold all my rulers for when I travel :)
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  84. hmmmm...with this charm pack I would probably make a really cute rainbow style mini quilt! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  85. I'd love to put these into a rainbow colored quilt! :)

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  86. I'd love to make a bag with this!

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  87. I would put them in to a quilt. Thanks, Jera

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  88. I would add it to a quilt .

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  89. I would make a new summer quilt!

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  90. Remember that pixely quilt somebody made last year? I want to track that down and emulate it. So Pretty.

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  91. I'd make a postage stamp quilt--cut the charms into 2.5 inch squares and then randomly sew them back together.

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  92. I'd use this to make a picnic quilt, along with a bunch of my vintage linens. These colors would be perfect.

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  93. I would add some cream solid squares to these pretty charms and make a throw quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  94. I would use it in a small laptop quilt.

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  95. I would try some improv piecing - thank you!

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  96. I would use them in a table runner!

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  97. Make some blocks for my 'Sew into Solids' project/quilt. Yum!

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  98. I would probably keep them for awhile as my own Kona card. Trying to pick fabrics online is tough, having these as a "go by" would be wonderful. After awhile, I would have to use them in a quilt somehow. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  99. definitely a quilt :)

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  100. I am planning a scrappy quilt so I would use some of these in that project!

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  101. I would use it to make myself a lap quilt.

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  102. I have been wanting to try out a patchwork skirt for my daughter.
    kirkwood0419(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  103. I would make a charm skirt for my daughter
    mframe00@gmail.com

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  104. I would love to make a patchwork sewing machine cover!

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  105. This would be fun to quit little handbags with.

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  106. Rafflecopter does annoy me because I log in, then I'm told to leave a comment, then I have to go back up. Someone had a rafflecopter where I just got to enter my comment in the box - I liked that!

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  107. I would love to win this giveaway! Solids are my favorite- if you look in my closet, you'd see that.

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  108. If I won this, I would use it to make a mini log cabin quilt, in the style of Gwen Martson and her "Sew Liberated" quilts.

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  109. I want to do something with half-square triangles, and I think this would be perfect for that.

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  110. I can think of a hundred quilts I could use this for!

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  111. I would make a star quilt with this!

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  112. Great fabric, thanks for the giveaway!

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  113. Id make some nice rainbow cushion covers !
    thanks

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  114. As add ins for a baby quilt I am working on.

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  115. What a lovely giveaway. I'd love to use these in a Twister quilt. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  116. i'd love to add this in a quilt

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  117. I might sew a simple patchwork quilt top using these with a favorite print as the alternating squares.

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  118. Love these colours! I've been seeing a lot of gorgeous HST quilts made with solids and it would be fun to make a little one using these.

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  119. I would make a mini quilt.

    xo Steph

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  120. These would get paired with some prints and get turned into a quilt so fast! ;) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  121. a rainbow lap quilt would be perfect
    shel704 at aol dot com

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  122. These will make a super quilt
    anghhong(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  123. I love the pastel Konas! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  124. I would make a quilt with these beauties.

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  125. I would make half triangle squares with it for a quilt. The pastel rainbow would be pretty against a simple print fabric. Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  126. I will make a quilt :)

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  127. I need a table runner and these would be great!

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  128. This are beautiful. Thanks for the chance to win.

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    1. Would use them for a quilt along with some other charm squares I have.

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  129. Oh such lovely happy colors! No idea what I would do with them - may be pair them with another charm square pack to make a baby quilt? Thank you for this "charming" giveaway.

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  130. I'd make some cushions, with really traditional blocks. Ohio stars are one of my favourites.

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  131. I think these would be great addition to my stash. I have noticed a distinct lack of solids, I seem to be obsessed with patterns!

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  132. Those would be great for quilt blocks, a project I've yet to tackle!

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  133. Love charm squares thanks

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  134. An artsy little color quilt. Maybe a color wheel.

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  135. Probably some Sashiko coasters-I've been wanting to make some, but need some nice solid fabric to make them with!

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  136. Could use it to give a shot on first quilt.

    Wcharp6739(@)att(.) net

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  137. I'd like to try a solids-only quilt. Maybe I'd try a small one just to make sure I'm doing it correctly! Something like Spotted Stone's quilt festival entry is what I'd really like to make! (but more these colors than the ones she has). thanks!

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  138. I'd make a patchwork skirt for my daughter.

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  139. I'd make a lap quilt!

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  140. I already follow you!

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  141. I'd start a Swoon block

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  142. I think I would make some coordinating pillows for my couch with the charm pack and an additional solid.

    Mary
    iammaryburke@gmail.com

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  143. I'm thinking a darling, rainbow doll quilt for my tiny girl! Thank you so much!

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  144. I would use them for machine appliques! Those small pieces of fabric are perfect!

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  145. Maybe a fun mini wall quilt? looks fun!
    carrie dot hare @gmail.com

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  146. These colors are so versatile. I'd love to add them into a baby quilt.

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  147. I have a dark pack that I would combine with this to make a fun quilt!

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  148. I must agree with the post above me. The variety of colors added in with some fun novelty prints would make a divine baby quilt!

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  149. A quilt, of course :-)

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  150. I would love to use this to do a disappearing 9 patch baby quilt!

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  151. A quilt for a new baby at church!
    sntbosch(at)msn(dot)com

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  152. Thanks for the chance to win. They would make a fun addition to a quilt.

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  153. • • • I could add it to my rainbow quilt.

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  154. It would make a wonderful quilt with some kind of rainbowy pattern!

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  155. a patchy box bag i think :) raineoc@yahoo.com

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  156. Love to make child's/baby quilt with these charming charms. Thank you.

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  157. I think I'm going to use them for a pillowcase

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  158. I would combine them with some other charm packs for a DNP quilt

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  159. Most of these would probably go into a donation quilt for Project Linus. Thanks for the chance!

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  160. I'd definitely make a baby quilt... perhaps with some embroidered muslin squares thrown in! christina112358 at gmail dot com

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  161. I see a little lovey quilt for my daughter!

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  162. I would add that to some other lovely fabric and make some smaller projects maybe a mug rug??

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  163. I have a couple of fun blocks in mind.

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  164. Those look like great colors to use in a baby quilt, so that's what i would use them for. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  165. I'd make a Lil' twister!

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  166. they'll become colour inspirations for other quilts!!

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  167. I'm not sure what I would make. I do know that when I'm putting together a table runner or quilt and I need a solid, I never have one! So I do love these!

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  168. I'm currently charms to make a half square triangle zig zag quilt. These would be great additions!

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  169. ooo! those charms look like great possibilities.

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  170. I would add these to some prints that I have and make a scrap quilt out of them.

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  171. I would add a few prints I have & use them in a donation lap quilt

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  172. I'd like to make pillows. They'd be cute in the nursery my friend is making for her soon-to-arrive baby. Thanks for the generous giveaway! akmajor(at)gmail(dot)com

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  173. I think they'd make cute couch pillows. :-)

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  174. Wow....what beautiful colors - I'd add a coordinating charm pack and make a Schibble!

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  175. use them with a coordinating pakc and make a pillow

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  176. These would make a great little solids and white quilt.

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  177. I would make a quilt, I always make quilts. thanks for the give a way

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  178. I love all those little blocks of color.

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  179. I love making HSTs with charms, I would have fun making maybe a pinwheel quilt with this!

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  180. great colors thanks for the chance

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  181. I love Kona solids! Thanks for the chance.

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  182. I would put them in a quilt paired with some matching prints.

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  183. I would make a pennant out of them!

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  184. I think I would take these and frame them in charcoal and place them in rainbow for a fun lap quilt.

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  185. Love that fabric rainbow.

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  186. It would give me a chance to use up all those odd prints I have and make something pretty out of them all... maybe a lap quilt?

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Thanks for visiting, Jenn