Friday, December 31, 2010

2011, here we come!

Wouldn't it be fun to start the new year with some new fabric???

The wonderful Peg and Becca of Sew Fresh Fabrics have kindly agreed to give one of you lucky readers an amazingly large half-yard bundle of Art Gallery fabrics, including cuts from the Modern Affair, Oval Elements and Dreaming in French collections.  Can you believe it?  Eight half-yards of fabric!!



Sew Fresh Fabrics is a fairly new fabric shop, but their selection is stellar and the prices are great, too.  In addition to a great selection of fashionable prints, they've also got a boatload of Kona solids and some Essex linen, which is a lot of fun to work with.  And to celebrate the end of the year, they're running a shipping special through the end of the day today, December 31, 2010 - free shipping for orders over $35.

Here's how to enter:

1. Leave me a comment.  Tell me what you would do with these gorgeous fabrics! (one entry)
2. Like Sew Fresh Fabrics on Facebook and tell me about it. (one entry)
3. If you're a follower, leave me a comment and tell me so!  (one entry)

Make sure that your Blogger profile includes your e-mail address so I can notify you if you win!

This giveaway will be open throughout the holiday weekend until Sunday January 2, 2011 at 11:59 p.m. EST.  The winner will be selected by a random integer generator and announced on Monday.  Good luck and Happy New Year!  :)

P.S. - What do you think of my new header image?  Lee at Freshly Pieced is so super talented!

202 comments:

  1. I have a lot of people in my life having babies right now. So I'm thinking boy and girl baby quilts! They are beautiful fabrics.

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  2. I'm a follower. (and I totally saw a #4 post win a giveaway the other day, here's hoping you pick number 3! hee hee)

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  3. Great giveaway Elizabeth! I am thinking table runners...need to get some fresh ones on my table!

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  4. I already like SFF on FB - they are a sponsor of mine!

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  5. Love these fabrics! If I won, they'd make it into a quilt for sure.. Maybe a baby quilt for my friend.

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  6. What to make - so many choices! Bags galore, r a quilt. But, AnneMarie has me thinking table runners. These would make gorgeous table runners :D

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  7. I have now liked them on facebook!! :D

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  8. I'm planning a few toddler quilts in 2011 to give to coworkers who had babies last summer (there were 5 of them who all had a baby then), these would be perfect for a girl and a boy quilt. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  9. I'd definitely work them into a couple of quilts - maybe one for my daughter. Everyone seems to get a quilt, but her - although she gets lots of mini quilts for her walls! Beautiful fabrics.

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  10. I love these fabrics! I would probably work them into an outfit for my daughter!

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  11. Oh, how pretty. I would make a quilt and pillows. Or perhaps an apron and hot pads,... or a handbag ... or wallets ... or, or, the list could go on and on!

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  12. And gosh, what would I do with those? Hmm. I wonder if they would work in the Waiting for Spring Block-a-Palozza? They could be very spring-y colors.

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  13. Happy New Year! I love the bottom right fabric and would love to add it to a yellow/grey pile I am working with.

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  14. And I liked Sew Fresh on Facebook. :)

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  15. I think it would go towards a scripture bag for me. It is beautiful!

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  16. Since I just joined Angela's fabric diet, this would help me NOT to buy anything! I'd probably use them with my daughter to make doll clothes for her new doll that she received at Christmas.

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  17. so many possibilities with these fabrics!! Maybe purses for my three little girls or aprons!

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  18. I think the pinks and oranges would be great for a baby quilt. I would add greys and some other fabric to make a wonderful fabric with the blue and yellow fabric.

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  19. I'm not sure if I'd use them for quilts or bags, probably a little bit of both!

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  20. I think I woud combine these beautiful fabrics to make a couple of spring outfits for my sweet little niece. So pretty! thanks for the giveaway

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  21. I follow your blog....

    shannon margaret
    shannon . margaret . brott @ GMAIL dot COM

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  22. I am a follower of their facebook page (LIKE)....


    shannon margaret
    shannon . margaret . brott @ GMAIL dot COM

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  23. OMG! So many possibilities with this fabric! I'm thinking HSTs, my favorite addiction. : )

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  24. And of course, I'm a follower.

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  25. What I would do with these fabrics are endless...so pull up a seat...I would make them into little mini quilts, mug rugs, bibs, toddler blankets, skirt for my baby girl, monogrammed pillows for my daughters room...and these are just what I thought of in the first 5 seconds....GRIN

    shannon margaret
    shannon . margaret . brott @ GMAIL dot COM

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  26. I think I would like to try HST with this. I've been looking for some fabric to start with and this would be fabulous!

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  27. I like Sew Fresh Fabrics on facebook.

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  28. I would make some baby quilts or lap quilt.

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  29. I think these would make a great "springy" quilt for my living room....or placemats and a runner, or a new bag....oh dear - so many options!

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  30. I'm already a follower of your blog! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  31. Thanks for a fabulous opportunity. Loving these fabrics (have already made a baby quilt out of them on my blog, if you want a look) and would love the opportunity to own more

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  32. Those would probably become a wallet or 2 for my friends!

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  33. These fabrics are so adorable! Thank you for hosting such a generous giveaway. If I win, these pretties will be put to good use ... hexies, a few gathered clutches, bee blocks ... the bottom right 2 prints are looking like a purse for me ... :) I hope I win! Good luck to all.

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  34. I added you at my blog roll.... I heart your blog.

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  35. As for what I'd do with those fabrics?

    ...I'd probably drool over them for a while before cutting into them. And I'd be sure to save a few scraps for my hexagon pile. But perhaps they'd become some cheerful gifts?

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  36. What awesome fabric! Totally quilt material, no pun intended :). Happy new year!

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  37. My daughter could really use a new quilt for her dolls:)
    beckymac1 at hotmail dot com

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  38. I'm a follower:)
    beckymac1 at hotmail dot com

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  39. I would make a fun quilt for my niece! Very pretty colors and generous give away. Happy new year!

    Angie (angie@craftedAngles.com)

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  40. love em! katherine.gibson@gmail.com

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  41. I would make a quilt with them - for myself. I've given away too many and just love this fabric!

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  42. I liked Sew Fresh on Facebook. Thanks for the chance! :)

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  43. I would make a baby quilt with the blue color scheme for my girlfriend, who is having a baby girl, who hates girly, pinky colors =0)

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  44. I am a new follower of your blog. Your finished quilts are gorgeous!!

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  45. Quilts, thank you!!! Happy New Year!!!

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  46. I sew for two little girls and these are great and fun color combinations for girls!

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  47. I have the dots from this line, but it sure would be fun to have some of the other fabrics. Happy New Year!

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  48. You're already on my blogroll but now I'm an official follower as well.

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  49. I would make some nice bags for my sisters (and me). Thanks for the chance to win! Happy New Year!

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  50. Ugh! What would I do with these fabrics! So many choices! :o)

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  51. I *like* your facebook page! :o)

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  52. Thanks for hosting this! I would make a quilt and probably keep it for myself because I'm selfish!

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  53. I'm a follower! Happy New Year!

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  54. I would make a quilt, of course!

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  55. I liked Sew Fresh Fabrics on Facebook

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  56. I would like to try to make a purse! I keep making quilts, so my plan is to branch out a little.

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  57. Thanks for the great giveaway! I would make a baby quilt for Ailey, the newest addition to our friend's family. Ailey arrived 4 weeks early and topped out at 5lbs. She's a little itsy-bitsy thing and would look great wrapped in that beautiful fabric.
    Thank You,
    Kelley

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  58. I am a follower of your blog! Thanks
    Kelley

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  59. I liked Sew Fresh Fabrics on Facebook.
    Thanks,
    Kelley

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  60. yes, these fabrics are amazingly gorgeous, thanks for a chance...im planning lots of quilts this year...next up is some charity quilts...hope to do a boy quilt and girl quilt! would love to use these fabrics!

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  61. I've got ambitious plans to make my first quilt in 2011! Would be great to have beautiful fabrics to inspire me!

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  62. I LOVE that yellow/green fabric on the bottom left! I think these would be great in my scrappy, QAYG blocks!

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  63. Oh what lovely fabric. I would play with them and fondle them!! lol Then I would take a lot of time to decide exactly what kind of quilt I would make with them. Probably one of Elizabeth Hartman's ones.

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  64. I think I would use them to make a plus quilt. I think the prints would look great with that pattern!

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  65. I'd make a quilt. (duh)... maybe for my mother in law. I think she's up next for a quilt. :)

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  66. I like Sew Fresh Fabrics on facebook too!

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  67. Elizabeth, these would be fun in a quilt for my grandie...Thanks for the chance to win!

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  68. I'm a follower for a few weeks now!

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  69. Hi, I'd like to win this and make a quilt for my almost 4 year old, Morgan baby girl.

    Thanks

    Marilyn
    marilynjw1971@gmail.com

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  70. I'm a follower!

    Thanks

    Marilyn
    marilynjw1971@gmail.com

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  71. I like you on FB!

    Marilyn
    marilynjw1971@gmail.com

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  72. mmm. Yummy fabrics...i am thinking a pillow! great giveaway!

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  73. I like Sew Fresh on Facebook!

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  74. and of course I'm a follower! :)

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  75. Gorgeous fabrics! If I won maybe I would make a pillow or a table runner.

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  76. I am already a follower of SFF on FB.

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  77. I am already a follower of you and so enjoy it!

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  78. Happy 2011!

    I'm a follower ... In fact, I'm jolly pleased that I stumbled over here from Sew Fresh - love a bit of serendipity :)

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  79. ... and if I won I would pay it forward with a giveaway of the pinky oranges and use the cool colours for a quilt for my auntie.

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  80. I am getting back into sewing after 20 years. I recently found out about a young lady (12 years) that spent the holiday in the hospital with cancer. I think the color pallete would be perfect for Erin. I am a follower ...

    Thank you for offering this giveaway. How awesome!!!

    Pam
    pamelaahunter@gmail.com

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  81. Hmmmm, I'm thinking a throw... for a bedroom!
    Tami

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  82. I could see these as pillows for the couch and zippy bags for my purse!

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  83. I am going to be a Nana! Pretty sure it would have something to do with a first baby quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  84. Love the blue and yellow, maybe some new spring pillows?

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  85. I've become a follower. Love your blog. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  86. I like SFF on Facebook. Thanks for the giveaway

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  87. What would I do with the fabric?? I would LOVE it and give it a good home.....smile.

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  88. I would explore new quilt patterns. I'm pretty new to quilting and haven't really stepped outside of the box too much when it comes to block types. Maybe something wonky would be fun!

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  89. Great fabrics - I'd make a set of 16 cloth napkins using some solids for backs! Thanks for the giveaway! Happy New Year!

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  90. I'm a new follower, sent over by sew fresh fabrics!

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  91. I think they would make really sweet spring table runners. Or even a purse! Thanks for the chance!

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  92. I would make a new quilt for my couch. I am on a strict fabric buying ban and it would be wonderful to have some new fabrics to play with!

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  93. What a lovely giveaway. These colors are something I would make something (quilt? purse? wall-hanging?)for a girlfriend. I always have a hard time getting out of my preferred colors. These totally help.

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  94. I like Sew Fresh Fabrics on FB now too!

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  95. I have previously liked Sew Fresh Fabrics on fb.

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  96. I am a follower of yours. Thank you for sharing so much. . I can't wait to see what you'll do on your new machine!

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  97. I'd use these fabrics in QUILTS! love them!

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  98. I would use one color set to make a baby quilt for my friends new baby due in may (we dont know the sex yet) and the other to make odds and ends projects ive had in my design book.

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  99. I'm not sure what I'd do but aprons for presents comes to mind.

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  100. I was an indirect follower (on my favorites bar), but today I formalized it. Thanks for the inspiring blog.

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  101. I just started quilting and I'm hooked, so no doubt, that's what they would get used for. (And I love the new header!)

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  102. I love fabric and these are great colors. I would love to use them to make a quilt for my 4 year old granddaughter. She would love the colors too. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  103. I am a follower, thanks for the great blog site.

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  104. I would love to make the birdie block quilt with these. Thanks
    lbroadstreet@tds.net

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  105. I already follow them on facebook.
    Thanks
    lbroadstreet@tds.net

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  106. I've been having a purse/bag love affair right now, so that would be my first thought for using those beautiful fabrics.

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  107. I like Sew Fresh on facebook.

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  108. And finally, I'm following your blog. Thanks so much for the wonderful giveaway opportunity!

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  109. I am a new follower and I love the fabric.

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  110. This fabric looks like new tote bags to me!

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  111. I'm a new follower and happy to be one!

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  112. What lovely fabrics! I have four baby girls in my near future and I'd love to use some of these lovely fabrics for sweet little quilts!

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  113. Going over to facebook right now to like sew fresh!!

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  114. I would make a quilt for my guest room - it would match perfectly!

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  115. I do so love that header! Whew! I want one just like it, but that would be rude to copy, huh. My blog really needs some help...

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  116. I am a faithful follower. Thanks for the chance to win! p.s. My neice Betsy's official name is Elizabeth...I won't tell...:)

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  117. I would love to make a zigzag quilt to be fini with hand quilting with perle cotton. I've been spying those Art Gallery fabrics for a while now...

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  118. I've been wanting to make a zig zag quilt too and these colors are great! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  119. I'd like to try a broderie-perse project like the one Jane Sassaman created with her "Jack-in-the-Pulpit" art piece. I definitely see that floral print lending itself to the creation I have in mind. What lovely colors these fabrics are!

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  120. I now "like" Sew Fresh Fabrics on FB!

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  121. What wonderful colors. I would made big pillows for my bed.

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  122. Beautiful fabric and a really cute new blog header.

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  123. I'm a follower and would love to make some new pillows with that gorgeous fabric.

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  124. I'd definitely use it for a quilt (or two)!

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  125. WEll, the blues and yellows will go with a set of pieces I've been pulling together for a quilt project. The others into my stash for now!

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  126. And I am a follower - thanks!

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  127. I have ordered from Sew Fresh before and they were great.

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  128. Those fabrics say quilt and or pillow covers to me.

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  129. I would make a fun table runner or pillow!

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