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The 1st 'Speech Not Recognised' Fabric Giveaway!

Tuesday, September 25, 2012
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A selection of fabrics from the Serenade Collection.
In my (Mrs Speech) Tea Time Tutorial, I had the privilege of using the beautiful fabrics from the Serenade Collection, courtesy of Fluffy Sheep Quilting.

To celebrate the opening of my new Etsy shop, Pink Scissors Design, I am giving away surplus fabric to you, my dear readers!

It's beautiful fabric and it will be a joy to work with and create something lovely!

All four pieces are 15" x 10.5" wide.

International entries are welcome.

The contest begins midnight Wednesday, 26th September 2012 EST and closes Wednesday, 3rd October 2012 EST.

To enter please use the Rafflecopter below!

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  1. Kim m galwayst@hotmail.com26 September 2012 at 19:23

    I would love to make my daughter a pillow slip from thus, she would love it because she would remember that it was made especially for her each time she went to bed, and she would love the colours and designs on the fabric!

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  2. Kim m galwayst@hotmail.com26 September 2012 at 19:25

    I love the Christmas tree garland!!!

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  3. I would add it into a quilt with other fabrics.

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  4. I like the Kaleidoscope Quilt

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  5. I'd use them in a baby quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  6. Kaleidoscope Quilt with Polka Dot back is my favorite.

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  7. I'd have to use some in my scrap map of the USA (which would still leave a lot left for. . .I can't decide!).

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  8. Shared on FB (http://www.facebook.com/#!/MadameYokel)

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  9. All the ragdolls are very cute (and have great names--Irene might be my favorite).

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  10. Wow, those fabrics would make a beautiful bag for my young fashionista niece.

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  11. I think I'd make some fun new pillows for the living room with these gorgeous fabrics. Thanks for the opportunity! :)

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  12. I would add it to my ganddaughters quilt.

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  13. beautiful fabric, first I thought pillow covers, then I thought table runner/topper. But I really like to make small baby size quilts or lap quilts. Sew many options. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  14. I would make a pillow with those cute fabrics

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  15. I love the rag dolls you have in your shop

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  16. I would use it in a quilt babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  17. I actually JUST finished making a baby quilt with this fabric line! (check it out here: http://hopesewingisgenetic.blogspot.com/2012/09/serenade-for-matilda.html). I have a bunch of charm squares and a little yardage left, so I'd probably put this towards a second baby quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  18. I like the babushka dolls - I have a friend who is currently going through the process of adopting a little girl from Russia, so they brought her straight to my mind. :)

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  19. I love the kilidascope quilt babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  20. I would make some skirts for my great neices. Perfect for little girls.Thanks for a chance to win.

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  21. I really love her kaleidoscope quilt

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  22. I would love to make a baby quilt!

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  23. I love the rag dolls! especially Betty!

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  24. HELLO! I'D MAKE A BABY QUILT!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  25. Such sweet fabric! I am thinking cute coasters or hot pads for the kitchen, or a mug rug. Or maybe squeeze two placemats for a Spring lunch table.

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  26. From the Pink Scissors Design Etsy I liked the rag dolls, particularly Rag Doll Darla.

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  27. Would use to make a quilt for our Grangirlie! Love the fabrics!

    Thanks for chance to win your Drawing! :)

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  28. Love the Betty rag doll...but the Babuska dolls are cut too...

    Thanks for chance to win your Drawing too! :)

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  29. Não sei se usei o processo certo mas,gostaria de participar.Para fazer travesseiros para uma cama nova que ganhei de aniversário,que é hoje dia 26 de setembro.feliz aniversário para mim.Obrigada pela chance.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  30. I'd make some pretty pillows with this fabric...thanks for the sweet giveaway!

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  31. My favorite is the Babushkas Dressed in Tulips Quilt with Roses...so cute!

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  32. I would love to make a doll plush and tote bag ^^

    hana_clay@yahoo.com

    Thank you for the giveaway! :)

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  33. I have some new bag patterns that would look so sweet with this fabric.

    Thank you

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  34. share on FB : https://www.facebook.com/hana.clay/posts/110445999109277
    Pin it : http://pinterest.com/pin/2533343511663851/

    hana_clay@yahoo.com

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  35. i love the Rag Doll - Jean
    so cute ^^

    hana_clay@yahoo.com

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  36. I have at least two baby girl quilts that I need to do by Christmas. Somehow.

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  37. I shared on facebook

    https://www.facebook.com/sandyb720

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  38. My Pin! http://pinterest.com/pin/260997740876295832/

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  39. I pinned this giveaway

    http://pinterest.com/pin/20266267044372682/

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  40. Kaleidoscope Quilt with Polka Dot back was my favorite.

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  41. I would be using this in my first quilt. Thanks for the chance.

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  42. The heart garland is my favorite shop item!

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  43. I love the Kaleidoscope Quilt with Polka Dots. Thanks again.

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  44. I would love to use these (esp the butterfly fabric) to make a skirt for my little girl

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  45. At the moment I'm working on a pinwheele lap quilt for my sister's birthday in October. Then have to start on another for my other sister who's birthday in April and the colors would be great two use on both of these quilt. Would really love to win as do alot of other people.

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  46. I would make a mini quilt for my best friends beautiful little girl

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  47. I would make dresses for my two little girls:) Thanks for the great givaway!

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  48. My favorite item is Kaleidoscope Quilt with Polka Dot back !

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  49. My favourite item is the hearts garland.

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  50. I would make a ruffled skirt for my daughter using these fabrics and some of my own stash.
    alliana88m At yahoo DOt com

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  51. fb share https://www.facebook.com/JeanLeraud/posts/284449698327851
    alliana88m AT yahoo DOT com

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  52. I liked the Kaleidoscope Quilt with Polka Dot back
    alliana88m AT yahoo DOT com

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  53. I'd like to use it to make a pouch and a pillow cover.

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  54. definitely a nice dress for my little fashion girl that's only two ^_^

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  55. I think Rag Doll Sally is really cute!

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  56. my favorite item is:
    Kaleidoscope Quilt with Polka Dot back

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  57. here I pinned:
    http://pinterest.com/pin/188025353164017963/

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  58. facebooked:
    http://www.facebook.com/ely.berth.79

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  59. I would make some hexagon flowers for a quilt in progress.

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  60. Pinned the giveaway.
    http://pinterest.com/pin/243616661064363192/

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  61. i would use these as accents with some kona colours in hmmm...a quilt for my husband and myself.

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  62. I would make soft toys! Love patterned fabrics for vintage style elephants :)

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  63. I would make a quilt with it. Love it!

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  64. posted on FB

    https://www.facebook.com/pamela.b.crane

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  65. Pinned

    http://pinterest.com/pin/102175485267247552/

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  66. I would use this to make tote bags for my group, World of Charity Stitching.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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    1. Tote bags are a great idea! I just took a moment to visit World of Charity Stitching. What a lovely idea and such a caring group.

      Best,
      Mrs Speech

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  67. I like Rag Doll Irene.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  68. Pinned at
    http://pinterest.com/pin/226939268694115274/

    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  69. I think I would make a large scrappy pillow for the 14 year old daughter of some friends. I am in the process of making a lap cuddle quilt for one of her cousins. We have been here in Mexico for almost 3 years and I have not seen any quilting anywhere except for the cheap polyester ones that they carry at Walmart. I am hoping to show people what quilting can be like.

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    1. I can relate to how difficult it can be to find good fabric overseas. I have been here in Australia for 5 years. It was a good two years before I discovered the local fabric stores. It helped joining the quilting/craft group at church. I hope you can find a local quilting/craft group. Perhaps, you can start one.

      Blessings!
      Mrs Speech

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  70. Posted on FB http://www.facebook.com/peggy.gibbs.73
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  71. I would add this fabric to a quilt.

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  72. My favorite item in your shop is the Happy Hearts Garland.

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    1. Hey, I like that "Happy Hearts Garland". Great name for the Christmas Garland and then it could be used all year long...for Valentine's, birthdays, anniversaries, etc.

      Best,
      Mrs Speech

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  73. This gorgeous fabric would be perfect to applique on a dress for my little granddaughter,its pretty ,pink and so feminine!

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    1. Pretty, pink, and feminine perfect for a granddaughter's dress!

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  74. I would probably use it to make a pillow !

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  75. I would make a small wallhanging, maybe one of the new patterns by Miss Rosie. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  76. My daughter loves butterflies. I would love to make her a journal cover, pen roll and maybe a new tote.

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  77. I like the Kaleidoscope Quilt.

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  78. I like the kaleidoscope quilt.

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  79. Thank you for the lovely giveaway. My great granddaughters would love this fabric - I'm teaching the eldest to make simple patchwork and we could use this for her next quilt. mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

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    1. Such a great idea! Both my grandmother and mother taught me to sew, quilt, crochet, knit, cross-stitch...anything with a needle pulling thread. One of the first activities I remember doing with my grandmother is stringing buttons. My grandmother had a huge button collection. I spent hours stringing buttons.

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  80. The Jesse Tree Ornaments are my favorite. mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  81. I'd make a wall quilt for our niece Jazmine.

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  82. The Lizzy rag doll is my favorite item in your shop.

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  83. I would love to use these fabrics in a lap quilt for my mom. Thank you for the chance to enter!

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  84. I posted about the giveaway on Facebook and here is the URL: http://speechnotrecognised.blogspot.com/2012/09/the-1st-speech-not-recognised-fabric.html?showComment=1348716931044#c288887180543793243

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  85. I visited your Etsy shop and it is a toss up between your Irene Rag Doll and the Kaledoscope Quilt! Thanks for the additional entry!

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  86. I pinned the giveaway : http://pinterest.com/pin/207236020324498680/

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  87. I'd like to add it into a table runner! Thanks for a chance to win this beautiful fabric! :)

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  88. I like the Kaleidoscope Quilt with Polka Dot back - great design! :)

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    1. Thank you! I designed that quilt myself...no pattern...just "free-styling".

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  89. I would make a baby quilt.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

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  90. FB => http://www.facebook.com/ely.berth.79

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  91. Pinned:
    http://pinterest.com/pin/188025353164017963/

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  92. I like this one in your Etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/listing/109792204/kaleidoscope-quilt-with-polka-dot-back

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  93. Oh.. that's hard.. A few things in mind. A bag for my daughter.. and a pillow for her. She's claimed the projects..

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  94. Pinned it!! http://pinterest.com/pin/191543790372897320/

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  95. Pinned the giveaway - http://pinterest.com/pin/243616661064367693/

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  96. I would make some nice cushions for my boring beige cushion-less couch.

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    1. The vibrant colors of these beautiful fabrics would really brighten up your beige cushion-less couch! :)

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  97. I would use them to make a fabric basket for my sewing scraps. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  98. My favourite design is the Babushkas dressed in tulip quilt, although I loved all the dolls too.

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  99. I'd use them in a baby quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  100. İ like Happy Hearts Christmas Garland

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  101. I would add these pretty fabrics to a quilt I am making for the kids room.

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  102. I like your Kaleidoscope Quilt with Polka Dot back from your Etsy shop.

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  103. I pinned it!
    http://pinterest.com/pin/271130840037853116/

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  104. I've been wanting to make a quilt for my daughters:) This would be fantastic! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  105. Pinned!
    http://pinterest.com/pin/56295064063327701/

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  106. I think the Darla Rag Doll is adorable! Thanks!

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  107. Pillows, pillows and more pillows.

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  108. I have a charm pack of the Serenade range so I would add this to that so I could make a few great granny blocks to go in my quilt. Thanks for the chance.

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  109. I like her Kaleidoscope quilt. Her prices are very reasonable too!!

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  110. I like Lizzy the doll on Etsy.

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  111. I like the playtime quilt in bright orange

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  112. I would make my daughter a pair of pants with this fabric or a top!

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    1. A pair of pants or a top made with this fabric would be darling!

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  113. I would use the fabric to make a quilt.

    I like Kaleidoscope Quilt with Polka Dot back - Ready to Ship

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  114. I would make a doll quilt for my daughter.

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  115. I like the Lizzy rag doll the best.

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  116. this would be awesome in my daughters quilt.

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  117. https://www.facebook.com/mo.eads

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  118. http://pinterest.com/pin/83738874292588547/

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  119. http://www.etsy.com/listing/109792204/kaleidoscope-quilt-with-polka-dot-back I like this

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  120. I'd use them in a quilt for my teenage daughter

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  121. Pinned
    http://pinterest.com/pin/186758715768865574/

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  122. Love the Kaleidoscope Quilt with Polka Dot back

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  123. I would let the fabric tell me what to do hopefully.Thanks for the give away chance

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  124. The Babushkas tulip quilt is adorable.Thanks

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  125. Pinned the giveaway.
    http://pinterest.com/pin/243616661064376369/

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  126. I would make a small quilt for my daughter. She is 14 months old :)

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  127. I like the Happy Hearts Christmas Garland - 50 inches/4 feet. Could just take the Christmas stuff off the tree and keep it up until Valentines :)

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  128. If I were to win, I would work on making a cell phone or camera cover. I don't sew well so I have to keep my projects super small. HA!

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    1. A cell phone or camera cover are great ideas! Personally, I like to work on smaller projects more than larger ones...for the simple fact that I finish them. It's very satisfying to finish a project. Currently, I have at least three (maybe more) large projects in the works. To keep it interesting, I also have many small projects going.

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  129. http://www.etsy.com/listing/109943755/rag-doll-darla is absolutely adorable! Definitely my favorite from the shop.

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  130. I would make some cushion covers

    meikleblog at gmail dot com

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  131. pinned - http://pinterest.com/pin/241435229994846379/

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  132. I like the - Babushkas Dressed in Tulips Quilt with Roses back

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  133. I would love to make an apron with it...or match it with some fabric I have already to add to a quilt.

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  134. I love making my own curtains.

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  135. I love fabrics, and these are beautiful!

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  136. dresses to be sent overseas for a church ministry


    sonflower277 at gmail dot com

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    1. This sounds really neat! As a single gal, I was a missionary teacher. Now married, I still have a soft spot for missions.

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  137. I'd make a little blanket to put over the armchair in my loungeroom, it could definitely use some brightening up! :)

    kate1485 at hotmail dot com

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    1. Sounds like a good idea! A quilt made from these cheery fabrics would certainly brighten up any room.

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  138. http://www.facebook.com/ely.berth.79/posts/526147470732201

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  139. http://pinterest.com/pin/188025353164017963/

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  140. Replies
    1. Very creative idea! I looked up "kanzashi" on Wikepedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kanzashi

      Now, I'm wondering - are you speaking of the hair ornament or the fabric folding technique used for the flowers?

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  141. I love your dolls creation
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/109977808/babushka-russian-doll-or-pin-cushion

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  142. I would make bags for my nieces.

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  143. http://pinterest.com/pin/241435229994854071/
    meikleblog at gmail dot com

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  144. Replies
    1. Kate Spain's Serenade Collection is beautiful! I especially like the butterfly print. What would you make with this lovely fabric?

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  145. Probably a skirt or something for my nine month old :) lindseygain@gmail.com

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  146. love this http://www.etsy.com/listing/109793163/babushkas-dressed-in-tulips-quilt-with

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  147. I would use them in a quilt.

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  148. Ooh! Cute! I'd use them to make a hat!

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  149. I really like that Kaleidoscope Quilt! It's bright and colorful!

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  150. http://pinterest.com/pin/243616661064387337/

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  151. I would use it for re-upholstering!

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  152. I cross stitch and usually finish off my projects into little pillows. I like to stitch "name" designs on a pillow for friends daughters. I add a ribbon to the top so they can hang it on the door knob of their bedroom. This fabric would make really cute name pillows.

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    1. These name pillows sound very nice! They would make great gifts. These fabric would dress them up fabulously!

      Mrs Speech

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  153. Kaleidoscope Quilt with Polka Dot back

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  154. Barbie clothes - our current obsession.
    Love your playtime quilt on Etsy

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    1. Barbie clothes - that brings back some happy memories. My moom used to make clothes for my Barbies. It's good the hear a mom is still doing that!

      Mrs Speech

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  155. i want to make some children's quilts for Christmas

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  156. Love your Kaleidoscope Quilt with Polka Dot back, and your Sally doll

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  157. http://pinterest.com/pin/241435229994861162/
    meikleblog at gmail dot com

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  158. I would make a quilt debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

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  159. happy hearts christmas garland is my fave at her etsy shophttps://twitter.com/jacksondeb/status/252514784287789056
    debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

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  160. I think I'd make some new potholders for my kitchen :) I need some new ones and I'd like them to be pretties.

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  161. I would use these lovely fabrics to wrap Christmas presents for my daughter...(We're hoping to get her a new sewing machine for her birthday!)

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    1. How lovely! So creative to wrap Christmas presents in fabric - especially for a fabric lover. Great idea!

      Mrs Speech

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  162. I love the Irene Rag Doll. She looks just like my childhood best friend!

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  163. http://pinterest.com/pin/176836722839698362/

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  164. I would make a blanket
    Stephanie Behlen
    Stephb3095@aol.com

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