Friday, November 30, 2012

Fabric Love from Intrepid Thread

I'm super excited for this day to come.

So now that I feel all grown up and have my social media in my back pocket it's time to party!

To help me celebrate me getting over my social media fears, Julie from Intrepid Thread is sponsoring a giveaway right here, right now.

How exciting that Julie is changing things up as well.  A brick-and-mortar shop is shaping right up.  I'm super sad I can't go check it out myself.  



If you haven't shopped at Intrepid Thread, ohhh your missing out. Julie has been enabling  supplying shipping me some awesome fabric {at lighting speed} for awhile now.

I got my reprint of FMF from her {that I haven't had the heart to cut into yet}, Heirloom, Cameo, and some others {I'm stopping my list now as my fella reads my blog on occasion}.

I assure you there are other fabrics I've purchased from Julie that I've put into action! I get to show even more soon {if I ever finish this triangle toddler quilt}.

Julie is so awesome and offering up some awesome Notting Hill by my favorite Joel Dewberry to be hoarded sent to one of my followers. That's 3 yards right there! 


HOW TO ENTER 
{now closed}

Go check out Julie's awesome shop and come back and leave a comment about what fabric you're drooling over AND what pattern you're looking to make from it.  Yeah, I'm fishing for ideas.  You can't ever have too many ideas ... right?

I am trying out a rafflecopter giveaway, so bear with me. To enter, simply click below on the widget.  This will for sure help me grow into my social media shoes.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Make sure to use an email you regularly check because I'll be contacting the winner via email.  If I don't hear back within 48 hours from the first person, I'll draw a new winner.

Thanks for joining in!


252 comments:

  1. I love that Fat Qtr Bundle of Cosmos but that prize of Notting Hill is pretty darn beautiful too!

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  2. I love Chicopee! and I think it would make a great 'Swoon' quilt (yes I have the pattern but I haven't made it yet!!)

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  3. I'm definitely drooling over Handle with Care and I would love to match pj sets from it for my nieces :)

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  4. One of my favorite is FQ bundle Flutter.I`d make a quilt for me.

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  5. I'm in love with Bella still so I would pick the Bella - Tav in Warm Grey and I would do a paper pieced chevron with gray, aqua, white, and yellow by following this tutorial
    http://six-white-horses.blogspot.com/2012/07/sharp-chevrons.html

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  6. Can't wait for all of the Pearl Bracelet colors!

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  7. I've been drooling over the new echino! :)

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  8. Cosmos FQ Bundle looks amazing, I am seriously drooling over it right now. And I think I'd make a table runner and matching placemats. It doesn't match, but who cares? LOL

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  9. I love the Field Study by Anna Maria Horner. Very inspirational
    Gina

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  10. I just got some of Joel Dewberry's Notting Hill for another project, but I really like it and I think I'd like to tackle the infamous Weekender Bag from Amy Butler. :)

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  11. I want Cuzco, Seven Wonders, Simply Color. I have a huge wish list of her stuff! I'd make a guy quilt for my hubby or our bed with the Seven Wonders, some bags with Simply Color and some fun zippy pouches and bags with Cuzco.

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  12. I have been looking at Birds and the Bees but Joel Dewberry's Notting Hill is quickly becoming a favorite. I would love to make a quilt for our guest room.

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  13. I love cuzco, anything with stars on it would look awesome in that fabric line

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  14. I would like Cuzco and I would make a quilt for my new bedroom!
    lisamcgriff at hotmail dot com

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  15. I would like to try some of the avignon houndstooths- I think they'd be great for a scrappy bed quilt i'm making for me!

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  16. Love the Frippery for a baby quilt

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  17. I love Nursery Versery. I'd love to make a wall hanging from it (so I can save it forever!)

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  18. I want Cuzco! :D I just ordered some stuff from Julie for bee blocks and some Flutter just for me. :D Thanks for a giveaway of this Notting Hill. I am a huge Joel Dewberry fan also! :D

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  19. I'd love to make some type of star quilt with Cosmos.

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  20. I just ordered a bunch of fabric from her shop and it already arrived, thanks, Julie! I love the new Zoe Pearn line The Sweetest Thing and think it would look great in a log cabin.

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  21. I really like the softness of In My Room. This is a nice giveaway.

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  22. I am loving Architextures. Definitely would use it in a quilt but not sure what pattern I would use.

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  23. I am in love with the mangenta bundle from Notting Hill. You are so difficult asking what we will make out of it tho! hehe

    I want to maybe make a 241 tote using the pink/orange plaid as my main fabric. As far as my quilt... I haven't come up with an idea yet :-/

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  24. love happily ever after and want to make dresses for my girls!

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  25. I'm loving anything Bella right now. As to patterns, I don't like to work from them. Dont' you think, though, that Bella would look splendid as a Chevron quilt? :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  26. Amamando TANYA WHELAN,mas quero todos,escolha-me.Obrigada.

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  27. Can't figure out how to get the raffle copter to allow me to do a comment in the app...but hey I do it here....:0)))
    What fabrics I drool over... It's the CHEVRONS!!!!!:0))))

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  28. My favorite collection is Cuzco - Fat Quarter Bundle Complete Collection. Would love to do double pin wheel pattern with it!!

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  29. I love the Cosmos - Cosmos in Aqua. Daisies are my favorite and I would love to make a quilt or even just a pillow for my chair that is in my craft area.

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  30. I love Flutter! I'd make a new Bucket Bag from Michelle patterns. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  31. I love Cuzco! Not sure what pattern I'd like to use, but a quilt would be in the works!

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  32. I love Notting Hill and along with some solids, I'd like to make a Helter Skelter (Abbey Lane) quilt. Just received the pattern and it looks like fun!

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  33. I would love to buy the Cosmos Suite Panel and use it with the Kona Solid Buttercup. Probbly alternating blocks of those giant flowers anjd the solid yellow. Probably I would applique on the yellow blocks but maybe just machine quilt or Sashiko. Yes, definitely Sashiko with brown Valdani or perle cotton. Then I would have to find a Kona milk chocolate or something for accents here and there, possibly for applique on the alternating solid yellow blocks. Maybe a flange or a border--depends on the scale needed to make the quilt look right--around the big ideas of the blocks in the center. I would bind it with The Sweetest Thing Dots in Yellow.

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  34. I am still loving the Rock N Romance bundle. I've had it in a cart a few times...

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  35. I'm loving the pristine poppy in poppy from Notting Hill. I want to make pillows..no pattern in mind yet.

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  36. Architextures! I have no idea what I would make with it, I just NEED to have some. LOL!

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  37. I've been drooling over the Sweetest Thing collection for a lap quilt. No particular pattern to speak of yet.

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  38. I love Cherry Christmas by Aneela Hoey. I think a tree skirt would be so cute made with this fabric!

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  39. Well it's funny that you are giving away Notting Hill, because I just got some yesterday, just four fat quarters in the pink/orange colourway, and I am in LOVE with it. I'd love to get some more, and make a quilt just for ME! I live with 3 males so a nice pink quilt would be awesome. hehe

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  40. I am in lust with Notting Hill and because I like fast and want to show off the fabrics I think I will use the Big Star pattern by Jenny at Missouri Star Quilt. Saw it on her Youtube video and fell in love with it.

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  41. I am wanting to make the On a Whim quilt with Notting Hill! Thanks for the chance :)

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  42. Seven Wonders. I would probably do one of the hst quilts I designed this summer.

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  43. I like anything from the Ladies Stitching Club, but all of them are great! I would love to make some curtains. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  44. flutter in the red colors and I'd make a Jeni's Giant Star quilt. Love that pattern for showing off big prints

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  45. Simply Color is a line I want, but not sure what I would make yet! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  46. I'm loving Bella and I'll be making it into this- flying arrows quilt http://blog.sewbittersweetdesigns.com/?p=2375

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  47. I'm loving Flutter in Red, and I think it would look good in Dresdens. Although I am dying to find an English Paper Piecing Pattern to do as well.

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  48. I'm loving the Riley Blake Ombre and what I've seen done with them.

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  49. I love Cherry Christmas and I'll do a patchwork from it!

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  50. I am crushing on LillyBelle right now - totally not my usual sort of collection, but I can't seem to help myself. As for the pattern . . . how do other folks know this before they have the fabric in hand? I always have to have a bit of back and forth before I can get to that stage, even when I THINK I know what I want. But I will go out on a limb here anyway, and say I would like to make a Megan's Star quilt with these. Just made some beautiful blocks for the queen bee in Star Block Quilting Bee over on flickr. :)

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  51. I really want to recover a kid-stained chair in Ruby Star Vinyl. Of course...I've never reupholstered before... :)

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  52. rock and romance and either a cute purse or a ruffle skirt/dress for my daughter!!!

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  53. I love the magenta and tangerine Notting Hill by Joel Dewberry, and I think the sme color line in Cuzco by Kate Spain might go nicely with that. I just purchased the Hex and More ruler from Jaybird Quilts, and her Lotus pattern is awesome - I like the big pieces to showcase these awesome prints. Thanks for the give away!

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  54. I love ANYTHING Joel Dewberry. I would use this giveaway for a throw quilt.

    rmk815@gmail.com

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  55. I love the Seven Wonders collection from Parson Gray. I might make up the Garnets and Rubies pattern with it ... maybe...

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  56. Simply Color is my favorite right now, but not sure what I want to make with it yet.

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  57. Architextures is my favorite and I have actually designed a hexagon-like pattern that I want to use for it...I also love Notting Hill by Joel Dewberry and would love to make the swoon quilt from it.

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  58. I'm super crushing on Cuzco right now, and I think it would be perfect for the twirling around pattern. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  59. I love the Bella Collection by Lotta J. I think I might make some pillows for my couch since they would match nicely.

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  60. Bella By Amanda Murphy looks beautiful! I think it would be great with a pattern I love called Sanctuary Squares by Hyacinth Quilt Designs.

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  61. I love Notting Hill in Poppy. I always wanted to try an hour glass quilt.

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  62. HI! WHAT A LOT OF BEAUTY! I'D CHOOSE "SIMPLY COLOR"!
    THINK I'D MAKE A NEW QUILT!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  63. Avignon blue in a Square Dance pattern.

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  64. I love all of the Avignon line. I think I'd try a Dresden quilt.

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  65. I really love the holiday fabric Joy.

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  66. I love the Show Me Your Fat Quarters pattern, and I'm drooling over Parson Gray's Seven Wonders.

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  67. I love Simply Color and I think I'd make a simple pinwheel or disappearing 9 patch quilt out of it. christina112358 at gmail dot com

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  68. Blooming Lovely bundles, ooh, they sure are lovely. I don't know what I would make with them, but I do know it would be something for my girlies. Maybe some small quilts for when we move into our new house? I should learn more about quilting.

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  69. I love Simply Color - I hope she gets her bundles back in stock soon lol! I have the Swoon pattern which would be gorgeous with that collection or it would also work great in Don't Call Me Betsy's Sea of Stars Quilt Along or even Tracey Jay's Treasure Boxes quilt pattern. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! I'll be keeping my fingers crossed!

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  70. I still want to make a triangle quilt from Lotta's Bella line, like Audrie's at Bleu is Blue!

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  71. I'd love to make Salutations using some Bella or Rock N Romance!

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  72. I'm loving the Cuzco Fat Quarter bundle. Quilting Mumma has just shown a great quilt in that line today called "Tangerine Love" taht is making me drool.

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  73. I love Bella by Lotta Jansdotter. I like the quilt patterns by Zen Chic, especially London Tube. Modern and fun! Thanks to you and Julie for a great giveaway!
    ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

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  74. I'm actually drooling over the very same fabric that you are giving away! Love it so much. Quilt, quilt, quilt.

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  75. I'd love to make a diamond quilt with the Cuzco collection.

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  76. I love Cuzco, and I think I'd use it to make a mini churn dash quilt!

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  77. I'm loving the Luxe in Bloom collection and in particular the Jeweled Peony in Boreal. I love the line qualities of that print. I design my own so not sure what pattern I'd use. Possibly a 9-patch variation I'm working on. Thanks for the giveaway. I still haven't figured out all the social media stuff.

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  78. What a pretty pile of fabric, just the way I like them in a BIG pile. So many options, but I think it would make gorgeous clutches for Christmas gifts!

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  79. I'd make a cross quilt from the Simply Color Fat Quarter bundle. Thanks.

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  80. I love the new nursey versery line. I think it would make such cute stuff for a babys room or an overgrown adult child like me

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  81. I am , of course, drooling over Notting Hill right now. I don't know if I could cut into it, maybe after staring at it for a year, just like heirloom :-)

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  82. I just love the Pretty Little Things collection!

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  83. I love the 'out to sea' fat quarter bundle, i would definitely make some sort of nautical quilt with that! Alas I don't have a pattern...i normally come up with my own!

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  84. I want aome Amy Butler fat quarters and this bundle she is giving away. I love Intrepid thread, her prices and her bundles. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  85. Frippery, the entire collection would catch my eye. Thank you so much for letting us have this opportunity. Thank you very much.

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  86. Love Notting Hill in Poppy, but all the fabrics are great! I would like to make a quilt for my daughter-in-law.

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  87. I just love the "La Dee Da" Fat Quarter Bundle In Coral and it would be perfect for Melissa Corry's Happy Quilting pattern...

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  88. The Notting Hill seems to be very popular- and for good reason! I think it would be pretty in the twirling around quilt pattern.

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  89. ahhhh, i found Blooming Lovely by Lola Violet in a one Half Yard bundle and then ... the pattern: Show Me Your Fat Quarters ... Quilt Pattern by Grizzly Gulch Gallery made from blooming lovely! nice!

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  90. love that fabric thanks for the chance

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  91. I love cosmos and I would love to make a hexagon quilt out of it that is shown on the Moda Bake Shop where the hexis are outlined in white. Don't think I'd pick white as my sashing, but I'd come up with something. I love that patter and I love the fabric line.

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  92. I'm wishing for some Flutter half yards, and think I'd make Elizabeth Hartman's New Wave quilt with it.

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  93. I am loving Kate Spain Cuzco. No sure what I will come up with to make but I have to have it.
    Shawn

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  94. I just ordered a Bella by Amanda Murphy fat quarter stack (no, I don't know what I'm going to do with it yet), so Cuzco is next on my list. :-) I've been wanting to do a chevron quilt, so maybe with Cuzco.

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  95. I've been dying to get my hands on some Notting Hill! Thanks so much for the giveaway! PS. It took me a while to cut into my Heirloom fabric too! :)

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  96. I love all the fabric and I am in the market to start a new quilt, so this is perfect!

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  97. I love Frippery and have been drooling over it since I saw it at market. I want to make a disappearing four patch quilt.

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  98. I would like to use this Joel Dewberry on the swoon pattern I have had hanging in my sewing room forever that I have been waiting for the perfect fabric for.

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  99. I love "Love" and "Constellations!" :)

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  100. I am a follower. jennylarking@gmail.com

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  101. I'm drooling over Cuzco... and Notting Hill... and Cosmos... and Simply Colour and and and...! (And also now Sweet Tea, which I have never seen before, but is really pretty!)

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  102. I love these Day Lilies and would probably make a cushion with them (sorry, no quilt idea LOL) http://www.intrepidthread.com/shop/Just-Arrived/p/Cosmos--Daylilies-in-Red-sku-CJ5588_Red.htm

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  103. Fabric I'm drooling over: http://www.intrepidthread.com/shop/Holiday-Fabrics/Alpine-Wonderland.htm

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign@ gmail .com

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  104. I LOVE Simply Color. I would like to make the Penny Candy quilt (pattern by Tracey Jacobsen) from it.

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  105. I also picked Simply Color fabrics. I think I'd make a tumbler quilt, though, I'm in love with tumblers lately.

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  106. I am,of course, in love with Notting Hill right now. I would love to make myself a throw from it.

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  107. I'd love to make the Firecracker Quilt (Jaybird Quilts) out of Simply Color! I soooo love the Simply Color line ~ great colors & awesome prints! :)

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  108. Seven Wonders and using Sea of Stars pattern by Dont call me betsy

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  109. Notting hill is my most wanted right now - I would love to make a swoon with it, the large prints would work awesomely.

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  110. I love Rock & Romance (actually bought quite a few from her) and would love to use it for her Twirling Around PDF Quilt Pattern by Sew BitterSweet Designs For Charity with a pretty grey fabric as the background.

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  111. I am loving Notting Hill and I love AMH's pattern Patchwork Prism

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  112. I can't help myself I had to pick 2 because I am so crushing on them equally, Nevermore by Gillian Fullard and Seven Wonders by David Butler. thanks

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  113. I really am in love with Chicopee! thank you!

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  114. Notting Hill (in any colorway). I just finished a Spring Carnival pillow. I'd do another EPP piece...maybe a throw this time.

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  115. I looooooove Cuzco and would probably use the pattern Twirling Around.... it would be an amazing and beautiful quilt... yes?!!

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  116. LOVE the Architextures fabrics...ALL of them!

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  117. Ahhhh, Rhapsodia...such delicious florals, some cool hexie shapes, and some pretty amazing zigzags. Good stuff. :)

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  118. Picking ONE is just so impossible! I am still crossing my fingers that Santa will bring me
    the Cuzco collection. And, now I am hoping he will also bring me the Notting Hill collection. I am not totally sure yet what I want to make with them but, I have several purse patterns just begging to be made :) Thanks for the great giveaway :)

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  119. Oh, my, I'm in love with Valori Wells' Cocoon - Liv in Nectar, & Metamorphosis in Saphire. So glad you asked...

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  120. I would LOVE to have this entire collection. Vanessa's Simply Color Fat Quarter Bundle Complete Collection.
    I already bought the Chelsea bag patter from Vanessa
    http://vandco.bigcartel.com/product/the-chelsea-bag-paper-pattern

    and I also would love to make the quilt pattern "Bloom"
    http://vandco.bigcartel.com/product/bloom-paper-pattern
    (Sorry I linked outside Julie's shop for the pattens. She doesn't carry those two yet.

    I would also just love to make this quilt for my 9 month old Granddaughter from Vanessa's Simply color fabrics. Using the Ombre's for the 3D parts and prints/solids for the rest I think would be awesome looking.
    http://www.fonsandporter.com/articles/Love_of_Quilting_Perky_Pinwheels_Free_Quilt_Pattern

    Did I give you enough ideas yet? :)

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  121. I would love to use the Blooming Lovely - Fat Quarter Bundle Complete Collection to make a petal flower pillow.
    dluckyz at excite dot com

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  122. Since I need to make a baby quilt for a little girl; I'd pick Happy Ever After. Not sure yet what pattern I'd make, maybe a chevron pattern or a large pieced flower?

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  123. Drooling over Cuzco and Notting Hill. Not sure what pattern I'd make though. I like to mix fabrics from many designers.

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  124. Well this isn't really a comment about that because I just got my order yesterday with everything I really wanted from Julie (including this line in another color scheme). I DO have two other bundles I NEED but I asked for for Christmas so...I'm trying to forget what they are so I'm surprised on Christmas day when I open my presents! Man that sounds cheesy. That's what happens when relatives ask you to make your own Christmas list though :(

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  125. I'm loving Notting Hill, but don't know what pattern to use either!

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  126. I want to make a tote bag from Dear Stella Campgrounds to use when camping in our new RV.

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  127. Beautiful fabrics and a great giveaway!

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  128. I luv AMH Field Study and I would love to make her Feathers quilt pattern!

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  129. I just love Floressence - Fat Quarter Bundle In Lumine Scent and so would my daughter. I think I would make some sort of quilt for her, not sure what pattern though, sorry.

    I agree, Julie is wonderful. The first time I ordered I couldn't believe how fast I got my order and it was just perfect.

    Thank you

    sandyb720 at gmail dot com

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  130. I'd love to use some Rock an Romance to make Noodlejead's 241 tote.

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  131. I like Flutter because I love the combo of blue and red. I'm working on a hexagon quilt in those colors that they would go perfectly in.

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  132. I'm loving Cuzco... just not sure what pattern yet. I'm kind of toying with doing the Farmers Wife Sampler in it... I really really love Cuzco that much. :)

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  133. I would use Flutter to make the Salutations pattern

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  134. Cuzco or Rockin Romance...love V&Co barn dance for these :)

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  135. I ama fan of Chicopee and am itching to make a quilt for my bed with this fantastic fabric, maybe using a log cabin pattern....awolk at rogers dot com

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  136. I love the Cocoon line. Would love to fussy cut the butterflies.

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  137. I would like Rockin Romance!! And I would make a Swoon quilt from the fat quarters! Thank you for the giveaway.

    amyd14_1999@yahoo.com

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  138. I like Cuzco and I love the Salutations PDF Quilt Pattern

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  139. A chevron pattern for Tula Pink's Salt Water collection. Thanks for the chance!

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  140. I like Cuzco. I want to pair it with some Essex Linen and make some simple patchwork pouches.

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  141. I love the Flutter fabric collection! I also love this Notting Hill Collection, and I would love to make a long table runner for my kitchen table out of this fabric! It matches my kitchen perfectly!

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  142. I love the Chicopee, I want to make the Swoon Quilt for me to cuddle up in. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  143. I'm drooling majorly over Architextures!!!! But I really like Notting Hill too! They are both my favs at the moment! I'm not 100% sure what pattern I'd choose, but I really like the Scout pattern by Cluck Cluck Sew! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  144. I really like Kate Spain's Cuzco. Don't have a pattern in mind.

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  145. Can't wait for Type and Saltwater. Would love to make a beautiful quilt with Saltwater!!

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  146. I love Simply Color by Vanessa from V and C. I would make a sampler block quilt with it.

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  147. Notting Hill is one of my favorites. And the pattern,Twirling Around PDF Quilt Pattern by Sew Bitter Sweet looks like a good quilt to make for my grand child.

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  148. I'm loving the new Echino fabrics & would love to make Elizabeth Hartman's new quilted tote patterns with them.

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  149. I totally want some Coquette for a quilt. I tried to order some last weekend but she let me know there was a lot already ordered and she would have to let me know what was left after she got her orders out....

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  150. I am drooling over Avignon in the green colorway - wonderful for some new table linens!

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  151. I love bright cheery quilts so I'd love to use some Pieces of Hope from The Intrepid Thread & use a simple pattern like this one - http://www.maryquilts.com/new-forest-bricks/
    Forest Bricks over at MaryQuilts.com to show off all the wonderful colors!

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  152. Oooh, I'm dying to get some Notting Hill!! It would make a beautiful Japanese X + Y quilt!

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  153. I would simply love to buy some Sew Stitchy and make a purse or something quick and easy. It's adorable fabric. =)

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  154. Flutter is my fabric choice...pattern style? So many that I want to make I can't decide.

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  155. One of my favorites is the Rock and Romance - Fat Quarter Bundle In Heart Breaker Plus! I would love to make a quilt of Dutch Pinwheel blocks with it! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  156. I adore Simply Color and I am thinking of one of Amy Butlers bags

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  157. I love love Simply Color! Right now I don't know what I would do with it, other than hoard it! I'm in pre-moving mode right now and having to actually think about something besides quilts and cotton fabric, and it is tough!
    Look at your blog, all wonderful and a sponsored giveaway! Yay for you!

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  158. I like Bella By Amanda Murphy and Salutations by Melissa Corry.

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  159. I'm crushing on Cuzco; I would make all new travel accessories for myself and my sisters.

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  160. I love Simply Color and want to make a cool half square triangle quilt with it.

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  161. I love Floressence and the Show Me Your FQ's Pattern.

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  162. I love the Bella line from Lotta Jansdotter. I am also anxiously awaiting the Constellations - Charts in Black. I have a HUGE collection of baby/toddler girl clothes patterns to delve into. I think that a twirly skirt, peasant dress, A-line dress, and ruffle pants are in order. For ME, a narrow quilt for my computer chair is a must-make.

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  163. I am drooling over Cosmos by Laura Gunn, and will create a design just for the line!!! Thanks for the chance to win it - of course, I will be dreaming about it all day now!

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  164. I love Flutter,, as for a pattern.. I will have to see what jumps out at me. thanks for the chance to win some lovely fabrics.

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  165. Actually, what I love is the Joel Dewberry you are offering today--because it has the same colors I'm using in the sofa quilt that's in the planning stages (and could use some fabric supplementation since I've purchased only four or five fabrics so far).

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  166. Oh I love Julie's shop and shopping there. My bank manager is less keen, but there you go ;o)

    Since seeing Faith's Weekender, I have a sudden urge to make a bag from the Notting Hill Pristine Poppy in Poppy

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  167. I am drooling over Simply Color - I know it would turn into a quilt, but currently I would horde it until inspiration struck!

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  168. I like Cuzco and I want to make something like... stars on white background...

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  169. There is just too much to choose from!

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  170. I love these fabrics, lovely print and beautiful colors! It would make a wonderfull quilt on my grey sofa.
    Thank you for hosting this giveaway.

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  171. I'm window shopping for the cool bundle of "In my room" and I'd probably make Kate Conklin's "Lampshade Line Up" as a throw for the lounge.
    Great giveaway bundle - thanks for the chance :)

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  172. I love Cuzco by Kate Spain. I think it will look beautiful on a log cabin block quilt.

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  173. I want Rock n Romance and maybe a nice bag out of it. I'm not sure.

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  174. I loooove Flutter..in ALL 3 Colorways...but I would get it in Orange...and make a cool Quilt for our Grandgirlie! (Graduates from High School this Spring) Flutter is such Happy prints (& colors)

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  175. So glad I found your blog...and love Flutter on Julie's site.

    Thanks!
    Julie

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  176. Seven Wonders is gorgeous and on my Christmas wish list!
    Thank you for the chance :)

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  177. Dotty ombré, can't decide between aqua or green. I want to start a Swoon but am intimidated after reading about it

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  178. i'm loving Madrona road, and looking forward to the pearl bracelet collection! i have a bento box pattern that wants to be made. even some swoon blocks would be nice.

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  179. So hard to just have one favorite. I'm loving Simply Color, Cuzco and of course Knotting Hill. I think any one of these lines would look great with the Swoon pattern. I really want to make that quilt!

    Thank you and The Intrepid Thread for an awesome giveaway and a chance to win some gorgeous fabric.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  180. I'm lusting after Olive the Ostrich - I'd make a little girls dress, purse and sunhat (for a great niece), then with the scraps, I'd make a little dolly with a matching outfit :) If there was a smidge left over I'd make myself a zipper bag :D

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  181. I love the Notting Hill - I've been admiring it for a while -- and I also like the SImply Color. I don't kow what I would make, yet. I was thinking a bag of some kind.

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  182. I'm loving Bella By Lotta Jansdotter and would love to make a dresden quilt. Thanks for the sweet giveaway!

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  183. Love the Intrepid Thread. And that stack o' fabric is drool-worthy!

    Can I also say thank you for asking us to "bear" with you instead of "bare" with you. I laugh every time someone asks me to "bare" with them. I don't typically do that with total strangers!

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  184. Loving Bella. And would make HST quilt

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  185. I love Frippery - Pie Tangerine and I'd try the Brickyard pattern
    shel704 at aol dot com

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  186. I love the cosmos line. Those huge poppies are awesome. I am thinking wall hanging to feature them.

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  187. I love the Floressence in Magnifi scents, for a lap quilt. I think Julie needs more patterns to choose from, but I am sure she will in the new bricks and mortar!

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  188. I am about to drown from drool.... :) I really want to get my hands on Cuzco... and make a quilt... I don't really use patterns when quilting...probably be some sort of star as I have a big crush on stars at the moment! :)

    sowingstitches [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  189. A Spinning Star quilt (AMH free pattern) made with Field Study maybe ??

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  190. I love bundles and Avignon in the yellow is beautiful

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  191. I am in love with Riley Blake, Flutter and Avignon! Either would be adorable in the Notting Hill pattern!

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  192. Reallt I am drooling over Notting Hill mostly right now, particularly the poppy colorway. But I also really like the Flutter in Orange, and from that I would think to make something like the Salutations Pattern Designed by Melissa Corry of Happy Quilting.

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