Monday, December 3, 2012

Giveaway Day Dec '12 {Sew, Mama, Sew}

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Happy Monday, and welcome to the December Giveaway Day!  I am linking up with Sew, Mama, Sew to share some pretty fabric and hopefully meet new friends and readers!



Without further adieu...

{The Giveaway}

Today I'm offering up a pretty fabric roll of my most favorite pink prints from Amy Butler's Soul Blossoms line. 

This little fabric roll features one half-yard cut of each of the following prints:
- Laurel Dots in Cherry
- Passion Lilly in Cerise Pink
- Peacock Feather in Blush

That's a total of one and a half yards of fabric for your next sewing project or for your stash!  Or, maybe you're entering because you know your stitching friend would heart this fabric roll! (And that's awesome!)



If you read my blog, it's no secret that I'm a huge fan of Amy Butler's beautiful fabrics... if you're new here, now you know... this Chick's an Amy Butler fan for sure!

Amy's beautiful prints first caught my eye when I started sewing regularly and couldn't find fabric locally that was beautiful, sophisticated and modern, but also fun and versatile.  Amy's fabric is just that, in my opinion. 

{So... what do you need to do to enter?} 

Simple, just leave a comment telling me what you will make if you win this pretty little roll of fabric! **IMPORTANT** Please log your entry in the Rafflecopter app, below, so I know how to reach you if you win, I will be using Rafflecopter to pick the winner!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

{The Details:}
This giveaway will end at 8pm EST on December 7, 2012 and is open to US Residents (Prize to be shipped within the US).  I will notify the winner by email, as well as post here on the blog, by December 9th.

Of course I'm happy for you to follow my blog, facebook or twitter pages and I invite you to check out my SoChick Fabric Shoppe on Etsy.  While none of this is required to enter the Giveaway, I love meeting new sewing/quilting/handmade friends and would enjoy getting to know you!

Thanks so much for stopping by and Good Luck!!

Looking for more Giveaways to enter? Click below:



XxOo~ Melissa

284 comments:

  1. Pretty! I'd make myself some market bags with those beauties!

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  2. Ouu, some little girl dresses would be so cute!

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  3. Very pretty! I'd probably make myself a bag with the fabrics.

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  4. So pretty! I would make patchwork zipper or metal frame pouches and maybe a scrap bin.

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  5. I think they'd look great as a bag! Thanks for the give away!

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  6. Yay! I think I would use the peacock feather to make some accessories for myself - headband, phone cozy, maybe a little clutch. I'd use some of it plus the other two fabrics to do some patch work and quilting, and I'd like to use them for pot holders or a Kindle case!

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  7. Pretty difficult to decide, but I think I will make something for me, maybe an ipad cover and mating purse. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  8. I'd use it to make a purse for one or two of my daughters. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  9. Maybe a cute skirt for my daughter or an ipad cover for that new ipad I am hoping to get for Christmas ;-) Thanks!!

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  10. Sweet fabrics! I'm really into patchwork skirts for my girls right now and possibly matching skirts for their dolls!

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  11. I have had a patchwork skirt planned in my mind for a while and these fabrics would be great to include. thanks for sharing!

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  12. I would make a project tote if I won. Thanks for the giveaway! : )

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  13. Very cute fabric! I'm thinking it would become a skirt for my daughter.

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  14. I´d make a beautiful bag for my library books. I always carry them in ugly plastic bags!

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  15. I would add those prints to my retro flower quilt that I am collecting mainly Amy Butler prints for :) Thanks for he chance!

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  16. I'll use it for a quilt for my daughter!

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  17. I see some pouches and clutches being made! jrae_228 at yahoo dot com

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  18. I'm thinking purse, for my sister she love pink, but then I love Amy Butler too soo..... :)

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  19. I love this fabrics! Would love to see them turn into a summer skirt!

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  20. I would either make a skirt for my girls or a bag!

    Thanks for a chance to win this fun giveaway!
    Julie

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  22. I would make some fabric baskets or buckets.

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  23. I'd probably make a purse or bag, because who can ever have enough bags??

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  24. I would make a baby quilt for a cute little girl.

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  25. Great fabric! I have quite a few handbag patterns I'd like to make.

    Thanks!

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  26. I'd want to make a bag. Amy Butler's fabric always works so well for bags!

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  27. I would make some fun bags if I were to win!

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  28. I would make a house warming gift for our new neighbors!

    soiwngstitches [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  29. I'd like to make a pretty iPad case for me and a kindle fire case for my bestie.. thanks

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  30. This would definitely get incorporated into a quilt for my youngest. The colors are perfect.

    limor477 at aol dot com

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  31. I would make a wall hanging for my daughter's room!
    lizeves(at)gmail.com

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  32. I would make a few tops for my little girl.

    carolinebock1 at yahoo dot com

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  33. I would make some doll clothes.

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  34. I think a skirt for one of my three girls would be in order if I won the pack of pink.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  35. I would love to make a new skirt for my girls

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  36. I would probably make a quilt and matching pillow with any scraps

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  37. Beautiful! I'd love it for baby dresses!
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  38. love pink and I'd use these in a baby quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  39. That peacock feather print is one of my favorite prints ever! I'd probably make a pillow for a friend who loves those colors.

    arbendlin(at)gmail(dot)com

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  40. I would most likely make something for my daughter- a quilt or a blanket.

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  41. I would probably make a quilt with it, most likely a baby quilt, or possibly a bag, if I can get the courage to try to make one of those! Thanks for doing a giveaway!

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  42. I'd probably make some cute bags.

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  43. If I have a girl in January, I'll make a quilt for her (I'm 7 mo pregnant but we are letting the gender be a surprise! I'm probably ensuring it'll be a boy by entering so many giveaways for pink fabric today!). If not, I'll stitch up a cute skirt or something for my niece!

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  44. Something for my lovely girl - she's 9 and a half. thanks for the giveaway!

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  45. I might make a new dress for my daughter

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  46. I always love to make fun bags.

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  47. I would use this fabric in a quilt.

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  48. Some Buttercup Bags by Made by Rae

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  49. Pretty fabric! Maybe I'd make myself a bag.

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  50. I would love to make some beautiful new bags!

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  51. I would make some lovely pillows with them!

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  52. I think I'd make something for my daughter, perhaps a cute dress!

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  53. I'd probably use them in a quilt, though wouldn't they make cute sewing machine covers? :-)

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  54. I think this would make a super-cute apron!

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  55. My standby idea is to use it in a quilt for myself, but more likely I'll make a purse or e-reader bag for a friend. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  56. Lovely. I'm thinking they would make great laptop covers!

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  57. I would make a dress for my little girl...she would be darling in that.

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  58. I would use this fabric for Valentines Day projects, like a table runner.

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  59. I think they'd make a lovely set of pouches for christmas gifts!

    starsandsunshineblog at gmail dot com

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  60. I would make a quilt, of course!

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  61. It's always so hard to answer what I would do with beautiful fabric. Um, hoard it...brag to my friends that it's mine all mine...make big plans and then just end up looking at it?

    Probably all of the above and eventually pretty pillowcases.

    Thanks for the chance!

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  62. Gorgeous fabrics! Thanks for the chance!

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  63. Hee, I wouldn't actually make anything, I know exactly who I would give this to for HER to make something! ;) She would squeal at the peacock fabric.

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  64. I think it would make a couple of lovely pillows for my sister's couch!

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  65. I think that this fabric is screaming ruffly girly apron to me!

    Wildbluestarz {at} Aol {dot} com

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  66. I have a bunch of cute framed coinpurses that I want to make! Thanks so much for participating in Giveaway Day!

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  67. I think they would make an awesome tote.

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  68. I'd quilt these OR make the 241 tote I've been threatening to make for a year now. Thanks!

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  69. I would make a lap quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  70. I think it'd make a lovely tote.

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  71. a clutch that I've been wanting to make for awhile

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  72. I have a few Amy Butler fat quarters stashed away and I think they would all play very nicely together in a lap quilt that would be used every day!! Thanks for teh chance to win!

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  73. A quilt, these are just perfect.

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  74. They look like a fantastic fabric for my little girl - she needs some summer dresses.

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  75. I've got a great purse pattern that look great in Amy Butler.

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  76. This would be such a pretty bag!

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  77. I think it would be a great purse.

    michaelacking(at)gmail(dot)com

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  78. I would make a sweet quilt for my new niece!

    turtle tote bags (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  79. I love the fabric -- love the colors, and love the peacock fabric! I would like to make an apron and matching potholders -- gorgeous! Thank you for the chance!

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  80. They would make a cute little bag for a precious little girl.

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  81. I would make something for me because I <3 this fabric line!!!

    flowerbubbleskids(at)gmail(dot)com

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  82. A potholder or several, that would make baking more fun! Thanks. faith(dot)macaroni(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  83. Gorgeous fabrics! I'd love to make a bag! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

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  84. I'd make a skirt for a special young girl! Thanks for a chance to win! :)

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  85. I`d make some notebook covers and pouches :)
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  86. What up so chick! :) If I won these, I'd made a little treat for you with them, since you're such a sweetie! :)

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  87. It would probably go into my stash!!!

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  88. Lovely! I'd make two blouses for my best friend's daughters and a library bag for me from the scraps.

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  89. An infinity scarf or two picnic napkins with slots for utensils.

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  90. I am thinking napkins. I love using my favorites and cheery prints for napkins because then I see them every day. Though I might make something for my daughter as well :)

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  91. I would make a tote or scarf. Thanks for the chance.

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  92. I will make clothes to my tilda doll , they will look very nice in your fabric

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  93. Gosh maybe a large project pouch. I could use another one.!

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  94. I need some nice bright cushions for our sofa bed so would probably make those.

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  95. How lovely, Amy Butler. I'd definitely make a clutch or something. Thank you.

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  96. I have little girls, so these pinks definitely scream for something to made for those darlings. em_komiskey@yahoo.com

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  97. I would probably make bags. That's what I always make! :)
    peachstateme (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  98. Love Pink (and Amy Butler!) I would make some very chic Baby Girl bibs..or maybe some infinity scarves...Cheers!

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  99. I need a new messenger bag for work and I am thinking that these would look great!

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  100. My daughter needs a new e-reader cover and these would be perfect for that. Thanks for the chance!

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  101. I would make a patchwork dress for my little girl. eatkin85(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  102. I would probably use this fabric to make a zippered pouch or two and maybe even a makeup roll.
    Thanks for such a great giveaway.
    Erin
    emstone28@gmail.com

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  103. I want to make an oliver + s dress for my daughter!

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  104. skirt for my daughter

    alliana88m At yahoo DOt com
    Evans S

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  105. I'm not sure yet what I'd make, but I'm thinking of making a cute diaper bag!

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  106. I would make a bag for my DIL she just loves these colors, so do I but I love that girl. Thanks for the chance

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  107. I'd make zipper bags. I travel a lot and love to fill my suitcase with things packed in zipper bags

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  108. I'd make a tote or a mini quilt for my daughter's doll bed.

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  109. I have no idea what I'd make with it. I'd have to wait to see what comes to mind once I see it. Thanks for the chance.

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  110. The fabrics would be perfect combine with a few others in a lap quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  111. I'd try to make a patchwork skirt, but if that didn't work, I'd do a pillow

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  112. I'll probably pair it with other fabric and make a skirt for my daughter
    mframe00@gmail.com

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  113. I think I will make a little wall hanging quilt to brighten up a bedroom

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  114. A floor pillow for my daughter!
    mrs(dot)hbraun(at)gmail(dot)com

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  115. I think I could make a roll up pencil case for my niece, she'd love the colours! Thanks for the giveaway

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  116. I would make a quilt or a new heat pad cover.

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  117. A doll quilt for my 4 year old

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  118. I'd make a decorative wall hanging.

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  119. I think they would make a nice tote

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  120. In love with that fabric, would love to make a pouch to go with the purse I just purchased from you.

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  121. SWEET! I'D START MME A NEW TOTE!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  122. OK I am on a skirt kick for my daughter. How cute would these three be as a ruffly layer skirt? Either that or just bump up my modern stash in the pinks. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  123. I'm making a pink crazy quilt for my niece, and this would be a great combo for the colorblock backing.

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  124. My youngest's name is Laurel so I would love to use the Laurel Dots to make her a skirt or blouse.

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  125. They're so bright and cheery - I think I'd make little aprons for my daughters.

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  126. It's looking like a new bag for spring!

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  127. Oh I LOVE these - love Amy Butler AND pink. I will probably make a tote bag!

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  128. I think I'd make a quilted pillow for the rocking chair in my daughter's room

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  129. I would love to make a patch work circle skirt:)

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  130. I'd make/try to make some kind of bag! Thanks for the chance.

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  131. I'd love to make some new pillows for my couch. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  132. Ice Cream Oliver+s dress colour blocked

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  133. Perhaps a patchwork skirt for my daughter.

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  134. Amy Butler makes beautiful fabric! I'd add it to my quilt stash and have fun!

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  135. I would probably make a bag with two fabrics, and a toddler skirt with the other one.

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  136. I would love to offer this as a door prize at a quilt guild meeting.

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  137. I love making pouches and bags. That is most likely where it would end up.

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  138. I would love to use these beautiful fabrics to make a rag doll or two. You can see my sweet little rag dolls in my Etsy Shop (Pink Scissors Design).

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

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  139. I need a new library tote. This would be lovely.

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  140. I have a sister who's a huge Amy Butler fan. So I'd make her a bag or something.

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  141. Beautiful fabric-I love pink! I'd make a tote for me!

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  142. I'd finish off a soul blossoms quilt that i'm a little short on fabric for!

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  143. I would like to make some pillows for my cousin's baby who will be born in January. I made her a pink quilt already, and these fabrics would go great :)

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  144. I've been wanting to make some sewing accessories--a cover for my machine, organizer case, pin cushion--the stuff that every well-appointed sewing room needs. This fabric would be perfect. Thanks for the chance to win it.

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  145. maybe a bag or sth for my little girl

    radiyas(at)gmail(dot)com

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  146. I'd make a quilt. Thanks for such a generous giveaway!

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  147. I would love to make Amy Butler's Birdie Sling pattern with these lovelies. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  148. I this would be perfect for a spring pillow or two! Thanks :)

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  149. I am currently collecting this line to do a quilt so this would be enough to allow me to make it the size I want. Love this line soo much

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  150. A diaper bag . Thanks for the giveaway!

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  151. My daughter has been asking for a new special pillowcase. These would fit the bill nicely. :)

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  152. I would use this to make one of my dolls.

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  153. I think I would make an Amy Butler bag!

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  154. I would make more Princess and the Pea sets from a Molly Makes issue that I love.

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  155. it'll be a part of a quilt or placemats or bags.. o i love them. thanks for the chance!

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  156. I would use them in a spring wall quilt. So lovely.

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  157. This is such happy fabric, I would love tomake an amazing quilt for my daughter. Thanks for the chance.

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  158. I love this AB fabric. I have a new bag pattern that I would make.. then use the scraps to do a ruffle skirt for my little girl.

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  159. I've made a couple of Amy's Gumdrop Pillows and they are fun to make. I think this would be enough for one! Thanks for the chance at it!
    ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

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  160. I would definitely make a girly quilt or meeeee!

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  161. Very pretty fabric! Love pink! Would like to make pillows of a wall hanging for my bedroom. Thank you!

    anglanouette(at)gmail(dot)com

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  162. I'm working on some ruffly aprons right now, those would look luscious. Thanks.

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  163. I'm working on a scrappy HST quilt that includes pink, so I'd use it there.

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  164. I think I'd use it to make a bag or maybe some clothes! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  165. I think I'd use them for a quilting project. Thank you! They are so pretty!

    erikawithak.vintage at gmail.com

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  166. I think I would make a quilt all for me they are too pretty to share! :)

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  167. I would make a cute bag. I love the peacock print!

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  168. I think it would make a beautiful bag.

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  169. Amy Butler's prints were the first fabric purchase I ever made as an adult. It's what got me back into sewing. Note, I hung her fabric on the wall, not cutting into it until 2 years later. :P Love the fabric rolls.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    adriprints(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  170. I think I'd give these to my friend who also sews, because she deserves a gift every now and then

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  171. I will make a Dress:) Lovely prints the fabric has..I entered in Rafflecopter.. HOpe my comment shows up here.. Following your blog too :)I blog here - TheHobbyHarbor

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  172. I would use it for a quilt for my soon to arrive niece!

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  173. I'd make something for my daughter, probably a skirt and a bag, she loves pink!

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  174. Mmm... I think a quilt for one of my daughters. The one crazy about pinks and purples and so on, of course.


    Thanks for the chance to win!

    lauramdd(at)terra(dot)es

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  175. I just bought a cute bag pattern that this looks perfect for. I love those colors so I'd keep it! Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  176. Probably a twirly skirt for my daughter

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  177. I would make baby doll accessories for my gdaughter

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  178. I'd make a quilt for me! Thanks for the chance!

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  179. I would use them in a quilt. Thanks for chance.

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  180. Hello from Minnesota! I like to refurbish doll beds...I might use this to make the bedding for a powder blue 1960's crib. Or a skirt - for me.

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  181. I would make a messenger bag for my granddaughter.

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  182. I am planning to make a Around the World quilt in all PINKS for my daughter for her birthday next year...these would sure be a great asset! Thanks for the chance!
    Cheri
    quiltingnanny(at)yahoo(dot)com ---(or the google one!)

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  183. Been wanting to make a few new knitting project bags!

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  184. I think the two larger prints would be interesting for fussy-cutting, especially for a Dresden plate design. The medium print would be quite versatile for working into various projects. All of them would be useful for a floating triangle design I want to make my own take on.

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  185. A girly baby quilt would be beautiful in these prints. I know 2 pregnant women right now, so this would be ideal for that. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  186. Your giveaway is in the wrong section - it should be in the SHIP TO USA ONLY!! Bummer for us international peeps!

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  187. I'm wanting to make some coin purses and jewelry bags, I think these would be great for that.
    lisamcgriff(at)hotmail(dot)com

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