Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Fabric Scrap Giveaway!


Someone once told me that they wished they could crawl up and live in my scrap bin. Well, now's your chance (er, sort of)! My scraps are starting to explode out of the large bin I hold them in and it's time to make room for new scraps. Please leave a comment for your chance to win a priority mail flat rate box stuffed to the seams with both large and small fabric scraps (and some fat quarters too!), including but not limited to these wonderful designers:

Anna Maria Horner, Tula Pink, Amy Butler, Heather Bailey, Momo, Sandi Henderson, and more!

Leave a comment by May 31st telling me what you would like to make with these scraps: doll quilt? patchwork belt? applique? The possibilities are endless! I'll draw one random winner on June 1st and will ship the scraps off on June 3rd. I will ship internationally.

Be sure to check out the other great giveaways going on right now over at the Sew Mama Sew blog. Good luck!

486 comments:

  1. I am in the middle of making jackets for my children and would love some of your fabric scraps to line pockets, collars, sew together to make patchwork bias binding (how cute that will look) and to make appliques of their choosing to individualise their jackets. I have only just started sewing again and don't have any fabric scraps so would love yours. Great giveaway idea!

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  2. Purses, I really like making patchwork purses. My 14 year old daughter would probably take some for belts.

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  3. Booties and brooches... it's my latest obsession hehe

    we're having a give away too... Yay!

    xo Steph

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  4. Hi Stephanie! I'll throw my hat into the ring. Scraps are always good for applique on baby onesies - and I owe a friend a couple - so that's what I'd use them for. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  5. a whole box of unfamiliar scraps all for me??? first i would dump them out and roll on them as if i were a dog finding some smelly thing to roll on in the yard. hmmm, then i would seperate the scraps by size. the really bright and fun fat quarters would surly be turned into new dolly blankets for my daughter. the smaller scraps would be used for all the scrappy applique i have planned for her white tees. thanks for such a great giveaway. i wish i would have thought of this one. :)

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  6. Yes I admit it I love scraps!! I have been using them latley for clutches. I hope you pick me!!

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  7. my project: a growth chart for a friend's new little one. and if i win, you won't even have to ship it! in fact, i'll come upstairs to pick up my lovely gift!

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  8. Oh, yes please! Im really into making fabric flower pins, clips, pins etc. right now and your scraps would infuse some new fabrics into the mix!

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  9. I would Love to make a 'doudou' for my youngest daughter! thanks for your giveaway!

    a giveaway on my blog too;o)

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  10. I'd use them to decorate my camera strap, applique for purses and clothes and now I've seen even more ideas from the people who commented before me :)

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  11. I would use them for a Patchwork something! :) Maybe a pillow? A doll quilt?

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  12. Oooh, I love scraps! I make quilts, and participate in a mini quilt swap, so scraps would be wonderful for mini quilts. Depending on the scraps, they'd work nicely into big quilts, too!

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  13. THIS WOULD BE SO AWESOME TO WIN! Ahem...I mean. WOAH. I'm all in the middle of a scrap quilt, so scraps are ridiculously exciting to me, and I would love some more to keep me going...because I don't have enough of my own... *nonchalantwhistling*

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  14. Purses and baby bibs or blankets. I'm obsessed with both! :)

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  15. Oooh a whole box of fun! I definitely want to make some patchwork belts, a summery tote bag, and I'd love to make a string quilt! I definitely need tons of scrappy pieces for that!

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  16. Crazy garland!!! I want to make one for ages and I have a really great idea for it.

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  17. Baby stuff, baby stuff, baby stuff! Bibs, blankets, and onesies because all of my friends are having little ones. And also I'd like to applique some skirts for me. With any fat quarters I'd make some slippers from Weekend Sewing. So many ideas!

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  18. Ooohh, I am doing Crazy Mom Quilt's nine patch sew along and trying to use only scraps! It would be fun to add some more to the mix!

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  19. I'd make quilts, quilts, and more quilts. Probably some for Project Linus. Thanks for the chance.

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  20. If I win, I will be making a "For Kicks Patchwork Ball" from Anna Marie Horner's book Seams To Me, for my new niece.

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    www.craftyheidi.wordpress.com

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  21. Scraps are my favorite to buy... it's like getting a little present in my mailbox all the time ... you never know what you're going to get! My favorite patchwork items are headbands, little zip pouches, bibs, shoes, appliques, greeting cards and more! I'm just ordering the patchwork book on Amazon today, in fact!

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  22. I like making little things like a makeup bag or a tissue holder. Oh, and I am planning on making a fabric card pocket for each of my bridesmaids.

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  23. I'd love to make a table runner with all your scraps. Beautiful!

    Jan (dannjan1025@msn.com)

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  24. I love making doll clothes and quilts.

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  25. Oooh ... I bet you do have great scraps! I'd probably make something summery for my table ... new placemats maybe?

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  26. OH MY GOSH HOW FANTASTIC ARE YOU!!! I would love to win these as I am working on some patchwork softies! Aaaah what heaven it would be to win ;)

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  27. I am interested in making a scrappy journal cover! I would love these and the fat quarters would be lovely as well.

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  28. Fantastic giveaway! This would be fab for the scrappy clutches and softies I am working on!
    ~Max

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  29. Scraps....I would use them to make a cute little scrap basket or two! Thanks!

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  30. miniature quilt I guess
    I am participating too
    http://lamachinacoudre.blogspot.com/

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  31. mmm, I'll make a patchwork bag for my little nephew. He has already one, but he loves it so much that I think he woul like another one.
    Thanks for the Giveaway!!

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  32. Thank you for entering me :) I would love to make yoyos or perhaps piece together an apron :) Thanks again!

    ~Sharon

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  33. I would make a couple skirts for my daughter and make matching bloomers. Or maybe even a purse for this summer.

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  34. Ooo... I would most likely go with a patchwork mini-quilt, pillow or skirt. Thanks!

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  35. I've been wanting to make a spiderweb quilt and more scraps would be a great way to start this project! Thanks for the chance to enter! =)

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  36. What a fun giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win. I'm in the process of making my first coin quilt and would love to make another. So - I think that's what I would do. Looking forward to checking out your blog.

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  37. oooh! this is fun! thanks for such a generous give away. hmmmm - i think i would like to make a quilt/pillow/cushion type thing. the possibilities are endless! ( :

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  38. Please count me in! I think I'd make a doll quilt (I'm sure my daughter agrees with this).
    Thanks!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  39. I probably have enough scraps of my own, but you can never have enough, right?! Especially, if they are someone elses and mostlikely different fabrics from what you already have. I have been thinking about a set of twirly patchwork skirts for my girls for a while. I think this is what I would use the scraps for if I win.

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  40. ooh, I want to enter!

    I would use them for a combo of quilting and applique for my daughter's dresses (she is a toddler and I love sewing for her).

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  41. I'm just learning to quilt, and I would like to try my hand at a baby quilt made with scraps.

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  42. I'm pretty new to sewing so I don't really have a scrap collection yet. But if I win yours, I'll be using it to make a heating pad cover!

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  43. I'm going to be making another string x quilt as I'm giving mine away so I'd love to include your scraps in it!

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  44. I would love to make a scrappy quilt with your fabric. My stash is still in it's infancy but growing sometimes daily.

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  45. New to quilting and would like to put together a scrap quilt but don't have enough scraps YET!

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  46. I would like to make a patchwork piece and then use it on a tote bag - love bags !

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  47. I would love your scraps as I'm making my daughters' first quilt and a 'softie' quilt book for all the neighborhood babies.

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  48. Little girls skirts!!! And booties! And dolly clothes! I lurve scraps!!

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  49. even though i have bags and boxes full of scraps...new ones are always welcome when you're making quilts!

    i would use your scraps in quilts and maybe some accents on clothes that i make.

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  50. oooh...scraps...and from such wonderful designers! I would probably make some patchwork doll clothes, maybe a patchwork belt or two. And I'd probably also share some with my mom, she's crazy about scraps!

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  51. I've been taking all the scraps I can find and cutting them into different sized squares to make a really scrappy quilt and purses!
    Would love to add yours! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  52. Oh the possibilities!! I would love to make patchwork placemats and table runners!

    thanks for your giveaway! xx

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  53. I would use them to decorate glass bottles and jars and turn them into vases for my wedding.

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  54. I am in the middle of a scrappy log cabin so this would be just about perfect!

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  55. I'd love to make a patchwork tote! Thank you!

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  56. I have lots of friends having babies, so I'm hoping to make some appliqued onesies and baby tees! This is so much fun!

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  57. I would mix all the scraps in with my strips for the scrappy log cabin quilt I'm making right now! It's to be the very first quilt that I finish and keep all for my very own instead of giving away!!

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  58. I am making linen bags for my daughters toys. I would use the scraps for the appliques.

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  59. Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway!
    count me in, please!!
    love to do a quilt :))
    go see my giveaway
    hugs Isabel

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  60. I love scraps! I use them in about everything I make. From scrappy borders and binding to applique. I would definitely give your scraps a good home!

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  61. I love the idea of a patchwork belt!

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  62. OOooh, a scrap quilt, for SURE. I'm new to quilting, so a jump start on my scrap collection would be FABULOUS.

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  63. Thanks for doing a giveaway! I would definitely use the scraps for quilting. Right now Im up to my ears in baby quilts.

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  64. I adore scraps, I think I'd use them for either baby quilts or part of a bento box quilt.

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  65. I've just discovered the joys of applique, so I'd looooove to have some scraps for some more applique fun!

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  66. I would probably make a bunch of small wristlets or ipod pouches because they don't need much fabric. This sure looks fun!

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  67. I'll make a set of crazy quilt panniers for my bicycle.

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  68. I am just learning to quilt and would love some scraps to make a baby quilt!

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  69. See that adorable banner in your previous post? That's what I want to make with the scraps! Only with lots of different random patterns because I'm crazy like that! LOL! I would also use them to make pin cushions and to use on cards and scrapbook pages!

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  70. Do you realize how many scraps will fit into one of those boxes?! It would feel so much like Christmas I think I'd just start making everybody on my list a scrappy Christmas present!

    sandyandcosmo@yahoo.com

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  71. I would make a funky hobo-chic purse out of all the scraps! I love the idea of a giant slouchy patchwork bag that can fit my entire life in it.

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  72. I would love to make a patchwork skirt for my daughter, and a purse for myself!

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  73. I would make a banner! Love those! And perhaps a tote!

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  74. Scraps, I love scraps. Every quilt that I see I want to make is scrappy and being a newbie to the sewing world someone elses pile of scraps would be wondeful!!

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  75. I think I would use them in a baby quilt. or a wall quilt.

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  76. I love using every piece of fabric, it is like a challenge. Would love to be in your giveaway.
    From applique, purses, crazy quilts, what fun to go through someone elses scraps.
    Keep Stitchen'
    Bonnie

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  77. Oh wow scraps! I love scraps! All the possiblities! Hmm who knows a scrappy quilt or maybe a applique and a scrappy quilt.

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  78. Would love to use the scraps to embellish my daughters storebought and home made clothes. Also, Scraps are great for making American Girl and baby doll clothes and accessories!

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  79. I'd like to take a shot at appliqueing baby onesies. These scraps would be perfect!

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  80. I've been making a lot of mini quilts lately and Barbie Clothing for some pretty sick little girls who needed a well dressed friend.

    How perfect to have a new supply of scraps! Thanks for the offer!

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  81. I'm going to be a grandmother for the first time ever in January, so I'd use them for appliques on onesies, bibs, patchwork baby blankets, burp cloths . . . . you get the idea. Baby stuff!!

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  82. I'd love to make soem little zippered puches or fabric snack bags or... (I have lots of ideas). Maybe if my 13 year old daughter is good I'll let her make some scrap fabric from the littlest pieces.

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  83. I need to make myself a doll quilt - it would be so satisfying, I think... If I ever find time, I would like to do a doll quilt swap...

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  84. Ohhh I LOVE scraps!!! Recently I've made patchwork twirly skirts and a small bag from scraps, but I'd love to make a nice big beach bag!

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  85. Your scraps might just be the inspiration I need to make yo-yo's. Perhaps one day I'll have enough to make a bedspread.

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  86. I have been wanting to make doll quilts for the girls' dolls,and I also want to try a camera strap slipcover....or a coffee cup cozy....or a large scrap quilt for me. I hope I win, thanks!

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  87. Something for my daughter, for sure. Maybe a patchwork skirt. Would love to win! katievarela AT att DOT net

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  88. If I were to win your lovely scraps, I would make a scrappy doll quilt for my first granddaughter. All of those designers are amazing.

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  89. OH my gosh. A whole box of fabric scraps the possibilities are endless! But right now i'm really excited about making a whole series of summer headbands, ones to go with every outfit to tie my hair out of the way on hot sticky summer days.

    That and a ton of baby projects - for all my baby mama friends!

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  90. i'd love to use them to sew appliques over all the stains on my daughter's t-shirts! She is learning to self-feed which is MESSY but appliques are CUTE!

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  91. I would make a quilt from Material Obsession.

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  92. Depending on the size of any patterns...I love to make cards with fabric and doll quilts are always a big hit

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  93. I would love to have these for a baby quilt I need to make for a friend.

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  94. Love scraps! I would make homemade binding tape and/or covered buttons and/or fabric flowers for headbands or..?

    Fun!

    Stop by secret cake for a vintage giveaway:
    http://secretcake.blogspot.com/2009/05/may-giveaway-day-is-coming.html

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  95. I do love scraps! And I'm sure you have wonderful scraps! I'd definitely use them in a quilt - the scrappier the better!

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  96. I'm working on lots of baby projects (for myself and others) - bibs, blankets, etc. I would love a new infusion of fabric. Thanks!
    jmhamlin826 AT yahoo DOT com

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  97. Hmm, it is so hard to say without seeing the scraps. I usually wait for them to call out to me and tell me what they want to be! I am very into making baby booties at the moment or they might find their way into quilts. I'd like to try Mini Quilts Monday.

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  98. They would definately end up in a strip quilt!!! And it would be wonderful ;) Thanks a bunch!!!

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  99. I would use the fabric scraps for patchwork projects, like my ongoing (and ongoing and ongoing) hexagon quilt.

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  100. I see a doll quilt in my future.....

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  101. Wow Stephanie, such a generous giveaway! Mini-quilts, potholders, use them as part of my patchwork apron. I haven't been able to get my hands on some of those desigerns fabrics yet, so thanks for the chance =)

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  102. wow..what a great site! I just started quilting and have completed 2 crib quilts and 1 doll quilt. I'm already addicted and have a huge fabric addiction already! But my stash isn't big since I just started! But that's ok...it will grow in time I'm sure! Thanks for entering me into your giveaway! I'll be checking your site often for inspiration and ideas! Thanks!

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  103. I love scrap quilts and there are so many I would love to make!! But mostly I am liking 3" crumb blocks made up of scraps, then placed together in random patterns with solid sashing!
    Cheers,
    Dionne

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  104. I love scraps! I make headbands and patchwork softies :)

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  105. If I were to win...I would...use them to make a patchy applique all around the bottom of a plain skirt.

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  106. umm...I think I'd make some little mini quilts or a scrappy skirt for my baby!

    I hope I win!

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  107. As a beginning quilter, I don't have a scrap stash, yet ;) I'd love to win your scraps to create a small quilt or patchwork purse.
    Angelia
    momtwoangelsATyahooDOTcom

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  108. I have been doing a 9 patch quilt along with crazymom quilts and scraps would be perfect for it.

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  109. Oh doll quilts!!!

    And paperback book covers to giveaway to my online reader friends.

    Thank you for the chance to participate!

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  110. Ooohhh I love scraps! Too much fun! What a great idea!

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  111. I love creating from scraps. I would twist and fold these lovelies into flowers and appliqué for some accessory projects I'm working on.

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  112. I've been having fun making floor cloths/floor quilts with scraps. Thanks!

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  113. I have several new patterns using scraps that I have been wanting to try, just need more scraps! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  114. Hi, I've just had a quick squizz at your recent posts and you've made a lot of great stuff. If that's all what generated the scraps.. I really want to win! Very generous.

    What would I make - well I suffer from 'fabric too nice to cut into' syndrome. I like to make small things, bags, pouches and the like, but I'm new to quilting and I need to practice, so I'll practice improv piecing and free motion quilting with your scraps.

    Cheers,
    AJ

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  115. I'm just getting into quilting and would love more scraps to choose from! Have also been making lots of little gifts for friends. Would love to put these to good use!

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  116. Definately a doll quilt. Also I recently made the cutest patchwork tote bag that I sent in a swap. I could use the scraps to make another of these for myself!

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  117. Oh how I love scraps!!! Just finished 2 quilts that are totally scrappy plus have 2 more in the works. Definitely another quilt would be made.

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  118. What a neat giveaway! I would use it for applique on some fun clothes for my kiddo's. Plus to make some fun baby toy items

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  119. What a very generous giveaway you are doing! I would love to use some scraps on my king sized nine patch quilt that I am doing for my mother (with the crazymomquilts quilt-along). I also just organized a Stash Busting Quilting Bee, so I would use the fabrics in creating blocks for each of the ladies who joined! I think it's so fun to spread the stash love!

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  120. Have yet to dive into the world of quilting but have bought fabric(who doesn't need an excuse to buy more fabric!!) some scraps to practice with that haven't cost actual MONEY would be lovely!!

    Tia xxx

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  121. I would use the scraps to make baby sized log cabin quilts. I've recently started paper piecing and I'm a little obsessed. I love it because you can use scraps of all sizes!

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  122. I think a little purse would turn out so cute. I absolutely love Amy Butler fabric. It is so soft! Or I would add them with other scraps and make a quilt. So many possibilities.

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  123. One of my goals for the year is two matching(-ish) quilts for my boys!

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  124. Fabric scraps -- sounds great for a throw quilt or a patchwork twirly skirt? Thanks for the chance to enter.

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  125. I love scraps. I'm a scrap quilter. Most of my quilts are done in that style. This would add so much to what I already have. I hope I win.

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  126. Scraps are always good for quilts, or maybe a little sleeveless dress for my newborn!

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  127. I would make: a D-link belt for myself, a small patchwork purse for my soon to be niece, and totally applique the living daylights out of some really bland tote bags sitting in my closet :)

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  128. how about quilted notebook covers and applique items? i really do love scraps so many uses. thanks for giveaway!

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  129. I love scraps and operate my etsy shop pretty much out of scraps. I make bracelets, keychains, onesies and much more. Thanks for the chance!

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  130. I love scraps - I have been making a scrappy spiderweb quilt and I can always use more scraps!!!

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  131. I saw some cute appliqued fabric books on etsy and thought those would be so much fun to make. I could definitely use lots of scraps!

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  132. I am making a scrap quilt for my son for his 8th birthday in August and still am running short for it. He will be baptized in August and this will be my present to him in a talk I will give to him at his baptism. Thanks.
    littlefamily1997@msn.com

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  133. I would make log cabin blocks, many many log cabin blocks! And maybe a few spider web quilt blocks! The possibilities are so exciting! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  134. Count me in for your giveaway! I'd love to use them to make a quilt. I'm new to quilting and still work on building my stash.

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  135. I would love to win your scraps for a scrappy quilt, tote or purse. Thanks for your generous opportunity to win this giveaway.

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  136. I would use the scraps for a lap quilt for my living room..or doll quilt for my daughter.

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  137. Some things I'd like to make with the scraps are a miniature quilt, a purse, patchwork coasters, a scrappy apron and oven hot pads.

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  138. I love scraps! I make fabric baskets with patchwork around the top & scraps are always good for those!

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  139. Please please please pick me. Usually I make the impossible moves to order fabric from the US. These designers are ones of my favorite. I will probably make a quilt for my son or my husband. Thank you so much!

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  140. I would make a journal with the scraps using the Journal Secrets pattern by Janelle Wind.

    Great giveaway - thankyou!

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  141. I´d like to make stuffed hearts with the scraps. It´s such a great little present!
    Thank you for this chance to win1
    Take care1
    Tina

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  142. I would use them in the scrap quilts I am making for the homeless.

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  143. Ooo sounds divine! I am interested in making patchwork items and this would give me some great practice pieces I believe! Thanks for the chance!

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  144. I would incorporate them into a quilt for my daughter. I've just recently finished my first quilt, and I can't wait to get started on another.

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  145. I love scraps because they challenge me to think up little project with limited fabric. Mostly I love patchwork zip pouches. But if I have enough I love to make card keepers and checkbook covers and other what-nots.
    Thanks so much! :)
    liesl52[at]gmail[dot]com

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  146. Scraps? I love scraps. I've wanted to try making a scrapy scarf (I know, what am I thinking in May in SC)?

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  147. I would love some scraps. I am a new sewing gal, but think these would be great to practice with. I have some cute ideas in my head: pillows, little appliques maybe for some overalls, etc. Thanks for the chance!

    heathervanhoof[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  148. What fun!!! It's always more fun to play with another quilter's scraps! I'm not sure what I would make...maybe mile a minute blocks?

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  149. What a great idea! I have a string quilt planned for my guest room and a bunch of fresh scraps would be a huge help.

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  150. I'm new to quilting so I'd love some scraps to play with! Lovely idea!

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  151. Oh my, where to begin.... fabric flowers, appliques for embroidery projects, patchwork aprons, the possiblities are endless and I may not emerge from a box like that for quite some time! Fun Giveaway! Thanks!

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  152. If I win....I make banners / buntings and use scrap fabric for them :)

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  153. I love scraps and am looking for new and interesting colors and designs- I have been playing around with making collages with fabric- similar to what can be done with paper, only sewn with fabric and a little embroidery here and there. I love it but can never seem to have enough variety of color- SEND ME SCRAPS! :)

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  154. I have grand plans for a fabulous scrappy quilts and your wonderful scraps would come in handy.

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  155. I will probably make a cute little coin purse or wallet.

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  156. Planning on making cup cozies for teachers

    Lisa

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  157. Yay, scraps! I am planning a (suprise) scrappy strip rainbow quilt for a girlfriend. But my stash is teeny! I would love a whole box full of scraps to beef up the quilt top.

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  158. I have just managed to work out how to do free motion quilting, combined with the fact that my friend is due her baby next month..I'm sure your fabric would help me to make a lovely baby quilt
    Thanks for a great give-away

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  159. What a great giveaway! I would love to make a quilt with the scraps or a patchwork purse.

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  160. I love scraps! I make cloth books and have been really wanting to make an alphabet set for my kids, so maybe this could be the stash that makes it happen! I also just love making little things with scraps, I love being challenges by their limit in size.

    Thanks so much for the chance!

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  161. I saw an awesome tutorial for a patchwork belt that would be cool I think.. and I could come up with something to do with all of it :)

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  162. In some fit of I-don't-know-what I decided that I should give away all of my Christmas gifts this year in little fabric baskets. Enough wasted paper! So that's what I've been doing--pillaging my scrap pile to put together little fabric baskets. It would be lovely to switch things up and use fabric from someone else's scrap bin for a bit of a change :-)

    Thanks for a fun giveaway!

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  163. I would love to make a coin quilt. I have no scrap of my own right.

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  164. I've been wanting to start a new queen size quilt - the biggest I've ever made! I'm lacking inspiration, though. I think new fabric scraps would help me!

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  165. With smaller scraps, I'd like to try making fabric postcards. Larger scraps I'd piece together into a small project bag for my knitting. Thanks for having this giveaway!

    ikkinlala AT yahoo DOT ca

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  166. OMG this would be fabulous for me because I have so little fabric and I live 4 hours drive away from the nearest fabric store. It's hard to make the trip so I would love to win. Thank you so much for the chance.

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  167. I am obsessing over scrappy quilts, but don't generate enough scraps of my own to do one just yet. I would LOVE to win a whole pile of scraps, so fun!

    littlefishtextiles(at)gmail(dot)com

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  168. Scrappy quilt here I come! And you listed some of the best designers--what a fabulous giveaway! Thanks so much!

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  169. I would like to make a cute birdie sling bag. I can just imagine it right now. Better get home fast and do some sewing. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  170. My scrap can is also overflowing but I can always make more room for Anna, Heather, Amy, Tula and Sandi!

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  171. I love love love applique! so I would definately to that; baby shoes and anything else that doesn't require that much fabric..but I really would love to do this tutorial:
    http://makeitandloveit.blogspot.com/2009/05/seat-belt-covers.html
    thanks for the giveaway! I would love designer fabric!! send anne a letter at gmail dot com!

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  172. Oh how I would love to get my hands on those scraps to create a string quilt like I saw on "Film in the Fridge" blog. Peggy

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  173. I would join them up with my scrap bin! LOL From there I use my scraps for applique on my kids' clothing, little zip pouches, insides of pockets, hair scrunchies, etc. Every now and then the quilting urge hits and I use up a bunch of scraps for that. :)

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  174. I've been wanting to make a scrap quilt, but need more scraps so this would be perfect!

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  175. I love ALL of those designers! Anna Maria Horner has a pattern for a scrappy tote in her book that I would LOVE to make.

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  176. I would love to make a string quilt - Like "film in the fridge's" quilt. Thanks for the entry!

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  177. carmenmiranda83@hotmail.comMay 27, 2009 at 4:39 PM

    great idea for a giveaway, i would love more scraps for softies and baby/nursery sewing!

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  178. Quilt blocks! You can never have enough scraps to make quilts with.

    sarahminshall(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  179. Ok, so I am new to your blog, but just looked and saw the sewing machine cozy! Such a great idea for scraps! Maybe I'd make one of those. I have also been doing a lot of applique work. My mom and I made an "I Spy" quilt in the Spring and plan to do another, maybe there would be some good scraps for that?

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  180. Sun hats for all the babies I know that were born in 2008, including my own!

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  181. I just started English paper piecing- I'd love to have more scraps to make a table runner!

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  182. Doll quilts. I plan to make one for each of my 4 girlies for Christmas. And if I'm to have any hope of finishing by then, I'd better start soon! I'm a slow quilter...
    parknj at verizon dot net

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  183. using fabric on my hand-made cards is fun so that's probably what i would use the scraps for! thanks for your generosity!

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  184. Well, I've been thinking it might be interesting to make a Cathedral Windows quilt, and you know a person needs all the different scraps she can get for that!

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  185. I'm working on a scrap log cabin to take on picnics. When I'm done with that, I think I'm going to make a free pieced mini triangle quilt.

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  186. Scraps? I love scraps! I could make little zippy pouches, some fabric covered button hair ties and magnets, some applique birdies and circles (my current favorites)... so many fun things to sew with scraps!

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  187. I am really wanting to look for some stash building opportunities. I would expect to make a bag or two and maybe a quilt with your scraps.

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  188. I am learning to quilt and my favorite blocks are crazy quilt style, and I've already gone through all my scraps... so I would LOVE to use up someone elses!

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  189. Scraps-how fabulous! I've been wanting to try a spiderweb quilt. Thanks for sharing!

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  190. Scraptacular- I love good scraps to make sewn wall art. I am wanting some for my daughter's room right now... the frames are a-waiting. Thanks.

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  191. I'd like to try a scrappy mini nine patch!

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  192. I would love to make clothes for my kids and some to donate with these scraps

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  193. I'd like to make a quilt with lots of appliqué flowers, houses, birds and foxes. This would give me a good start.

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  194. I'd make a quilt or two. Perhaps small handbags or wristlets if the scrap size allows. I'm getting a new machine in a week or so. It will allow me to do more with quilting. Yay!

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  195. scraps are so much fun! I am working on a strings quilt, and a scrappy nine patch! In fact, most of my projects are scrappy! So this is right up my alley! THanks!

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  196. I've always fancied a romp in a fabric bin, what a great prize! Me, I'm a bit of an electic bird. I'd use the scraps as accents on softies (ears, tails, and the like), in wonky log cabin quilts and best of all I'd like to try a handquilted small dresden plate.

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  197. What a generous giveaway! I am up to my ears in reusable snack bags and sandwich wraps, and next on the agenda is a Bento Box quilt. I would LOVE to be the lucky winner of new and mysterious fabric that I haven't seen before.
    Thanks for letting me join the drawing!

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  198. Doll quilts and doll things. I have two girls so that is what happens to all scraps.

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