Monday, May 6, 2013

Sew, Mama, Sew Giveaway Day

Hey all, for those of you that are new to my little blog space, welcome! I'm happy to have you! Today I have a fabric bundle up for grabs from my little etsy shop Knotted-Thread.


How do you feel about a complete fat eighth bundle of PB&J by Basic Grey!?
I love this line, the colors are fabulous!

As a an added bonus, i'm offering a 10% coupon code for our little etsy shop so be sure to check it out!
We've got some mirror dot bundles, low volume bundles, plus loads more!
Use code SEW10 at checkout



Two easy ways to enter using our Rafflecopter,
giveaway open until Friday, May 10, 5pm PST.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

582 comments:

  1. I would make a quilt - cos that's what I do! Great giveaway.

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  2. Amazing giveaway -- I have been eyeing these fabrics for a while but none of my LQS has them in stock. thanks for this opportunity

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  3. I have a friend who has been asking for a quilt and I think this collection would be perfect!

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  4. I have a Michelle pattern for a project tote that I have been wanting to make and this would be sparkly and perfect!!!

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  5. I have absolutely no idea what I would make, lol but I have a mini charm pack of it and think it's wonderful. I would love to have more of it to play with :)

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  6. I would make a whole set of quilted cushions for our sofa.

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  7. A whole fat eighth collection, it's enough to make me dizzy.

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  8. I would make a quilt for my parents for Christmas, these colors would work for well in their new house

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  9. I think a quilt for my secret sister! this is a beautiful line.

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  10. I would make MYSELF a great lap quilt! Love this line! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

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  11. Well a gorgeous quilt of course! Thanks for the chance Jennifer :)

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  12. Yummy! I have a new quilt design in mind that wold be perfect with this line. Thanks for the fab giveaway!

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  13. F8 bundles are so fun. I would make some pillows with this line of fabric

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  14. I would certainly make a quilt with this wonderful bundle!

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  15. I would definitely make a quilt - I love this collection. Thanks for a lovely giveaway :-)

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  16. Oh boy, what would I make!! A quilt probably, but who for, I don't know. Thanks for the giveaway Jennifer.

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  17. I'd probably make skirts for my girls!

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  18. I would make some pillows for my bedroom! Since this line has some awesome blue prints my husband wouldn't complain! Thanks for the chance!

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  19. I would make a table runner :)

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  20. Well of course it'd be a quilt, but I'd quite like to try one of the medallion quilts with that lot!!

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  21. I would make a quilt...something geometric! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  22. I would make a scrappy trip. I think it would look great. Thanks for the chance.

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  23. What an awesome giveaway! Love the palette of pb&j. Perfect for a boy or girl quilt. Thank you!

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  24. I'm a quilter vs a garment sewer so it would definitely go in a quilt.

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  25. Well there are endless possibilities, but since quilts are currently my thing - a quilt.

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  26. A patchwork skirt for my 7yo!

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  27. I'd love to make a quilt with that bundle. thank you.

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  28. A quilt of course! It is begging for it.

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  29. All those blues would be great in a quilt I'm already working on!

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  30. I have so many projects in the works I'm not even sure what I'd use this bundle towards. Maybe a quilt or some little stuffed animals for the kiddies in my life.

    kari.morrison@hotmail.com

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  31. I'd like to make a quilt for my youngest, and I think this could do it! :)

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  32. Yum! This bundle would make a bright happy quilt for one of my nephews.

    Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  33. I'd make a quilt for my niece or nephew, coming this fall. Thanks!

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  34. Patchwork tote bag or a throw quilt.

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  35. Definitely in a quilt, or potentially in a fabric doll.

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  36. skirts, stuffies, taggie blankets, bibs....so many things I could do.

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  37. I already ordered one of these Fat-Eighth bundles from you to start working on my Farmer's Wife quilt, I could totally use another one!!!

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  38. A super fun quilt for my little nephews!

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  39. This would make an amazing quilt. Thanks for the chance:-)

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  40. I would make a quilt! Great giveaway! Thanks!

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  41. a quilt would be perfect, thanks!

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  42. I would make a baby quilt for my niece. Thanks!

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  43. A quilt for my son.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  44. Hmmm I think I would make a quilt with that bundle.

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  45. I have a Cluck Cluck Sew pattern that I've hoarded for while (looks like big chain links) - I would love that PB&J for that!

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  46. Those would make a fabulous Quilt! Thanks for the great giveaway, my favorite so far!!
    lisa
    hubsllc(at)gmail(dot)com

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  47. Great prize! I would either make a baby quilt or some quilted burp cloths & bibs!

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  48. Wow, great prizes- I couldn't decide what to make with them until after i had spent some time stroking them!!! :o)

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  49. This bundle would go into my stash. Not sure what I would make with it yet! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  50. love that line, and would love to make a quilt with it

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  51. Great for Farmer's Wife blocks.

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  52. love both of those - thanks for the chance!

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  53. This bundle would most likely be a strip quilt or a lovely star quilt. I've been wanting to try one of those.

    adriprints(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  54. I love making quilts. So I would make a quilt to use for the summer. I get cold easy and just need something lite to through over me.

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  55. I´d like to make a quilt for my little daughter.

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  56. A pillow top! And probably a purse!

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  57. Eee! These prints are just amazing! They just scream bag to me. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  58. I love the PB&J line! Have to find a pattern for it!

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  59. With a PB&J bundle, I'd make a lone star tablecloth for my dining table. That would be sooooo awesome!

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  60. I think I would make a quilt.

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  61. I would make a wall hanging.

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  62. I would use it to make my Noteworthy quilt pattern. Thanks for the chance!

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  63. Something epic and summery!! And quilty, of course ;)

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  64. Quilt? I think it would have to be!

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  65. Great giveaway! I'd love to make some cute items for my niece! Maybe a little picnic set - blanket, napkins, placemats, doll dress and whatever else I can think of.

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  66. Oh, I love this bundle! Not sure what I'd make, maybe pillows. Thanks for this wonderful giveaway.

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  67. I would definitely make some kind of quilt with this bundle. Amazing!

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  68. I think I would make a patchwork bag.

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  69. *Happy Dance* Love this line! Would love to make a quilt with it. Thanks for the chance to win it :D

    destlair(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  70. a bag!!! of some sort! thanks!!!

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  71. I would probably make a baby blanket. Awesome giveaway!

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  72. I would make a quilt, of course! Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  73. I'd make some patchwork projects - bibs, bags, pouches, etc

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  74. I'd love to make myself a new quilt for on the couch :)

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  75. I love PB & J! I just bought some yardage of that chevron-type print. I would use it to make a baby quilts - I love making baby quilts in less predictable color schemes. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  76. I'd make lots of beach hats for friends for our summer beach bonfires on the shores of Puget Sound!

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  77. A quilt for my son's new apartment.

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  78. This would make an awesome bento box quilt! Eeep so cute, thanks for the chance to win!

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  79. I'd make a fun striped quilt for my boys!

    tinaotherworld (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  80. this would make such a fun picnic quilt for summer! Thanks for the giveaway & coupon!

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  81. I usually pick and choose from different fabric lines. These would go in my stash and I would use each one in something different probably.

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  82. I'd use the geometics for something for my son, and the girls will get the florals; such stereotypical sewing eh!?

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  83. The look perfect for a baby quilt for my cousin's new boy!

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  84. OH a super fun quilt! Probably for one of my friends who are currently expecting!!

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  85. I would make the CUTEST quilt.....love the fabrics SEW much.

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  86. Thanks for the chance to win! I would make a cute quilt!

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  87. A table runner for my niece who is getting married this weekend. Thanks for sharing!

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  88. I would make a quilt for my sister who's leaving for college in the fall. Thanks for the chance!

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  89. I would love to use this as a houndstooth quilt!

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  90. I actually want to make a quilt out of this line based one some of the more geometric prints, thank you so much for the giveaway!

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  91. I would work these into one of the many baby quilts I'm making soon!

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  92. So cute! I can never decide on a project until I have the fabrics but I'm sure they'd be used up on something special!!

    Thank you so much for the opportunity to win!
    krenthom @ gmail . com

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  93. I love mug rugs so would probably make some fun ones with it. Thank you for the chance.

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  94. I would make a light summer throw. Thanks

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  95. A gorgeous quilt! Thanks for the fun giveaway!

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  96. I'm sure it would be a quilt, but anything more specific I'm unsure of. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  97. It would make an awesome patchwork skirt!

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  98. I'm mass producing baby gear (bibs, burp clothes, toys, etc) in anticipation of my baby coming this summer so I would use them in my production line.

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  99. I would like to say I would quilt with them, but I would probably just gaze at them and then put them away.

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  100. Hmmm, I think I'd make a little something for me! I have a bare wall in our bedroom that needs some quilty-ness on it.

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  101. Oooh! What a gorgeous bundle! I love the reds and yellows. I'd have to make a quilt, just because we don't have one with those colors. ;)

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  102. I'd make a baby quilt for my friend who's due in September.

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  103. I have to use all this fabric I keep collecting? Huh...

    Thanks for the chance to win :o)

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  104. A quilt, of course!! Thanks for the giveaway -- what a generous package!

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  105. Of course, a quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  106. I'd love to make some scrappy cushion covers to practice my quilting :)

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  107. I would make a maple leaf block quilt.

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  108. A quilt! Basic Grey is one of my favorite lines. Thanks!

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  109. Would love to win this fabulous fat eighth bundle.

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  110. I would probably make clothes for my daughter and coin purses!

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  111. I would make some pillows for my daughter's room

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  112. Love this collection! I would make a quilt for my niece who starts high school next year.
    (majesticjenkinsATgmailDOTcom)

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  113. Thank you for the chance. I would live to make a new tote bag

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  114. Ooh PB&J is so nice! I'd make a quilt for sure :)

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  115. That bundle would be made into a quilt or some cushions! Its very pretty

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  116. I am thinking cushions for the kids play room!

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  117. Thanks for the chance to win this beautiful fabric. I would use it in a scrappy quilt.

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  118. What a fantastic giveaway! Thanks so much-I'd love to win. This would make a great pillow and quilt.

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  119. I am not sure what exactly, but definitely in a quilt, probably a big cuddler for the family room.

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  120. I'd make a quilt top. I have several books with patterns using fat quarters. Thanks for sharing this wonderful giveaway!

    Love your shop name:)

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  121. I think it would turn into pillow covers or a small quilt

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  122. I would make a lap sized quilt with this fabric.

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  123. I would love to make a quilt!

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  124. Most likely I'd make a quilt for our prayer quilt ministry. Beautiful fabrics!

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  125. I am gathering fabrics for a low volume quilt right now so some of those would be just perfect

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  126. I'd probably use it for a table runner for my dining table :-)

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  127. I have a few baby quilts to make!

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  128. a fun quilt for my daughter! hope i win!
    dazzlingshorty(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  129. I would make a yummy quilt for me.

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  130. I LOVED this collection when it was scrapbook paper and I love it even more in fabric! With this one I would definitely make a throw quilt for myself! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  131. I have been making Notebook, I-Pad, Kindle, I-phone, and I-pod covers

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  132. I see the start of a quilt. Great giveaway, thanks.

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  133. I'd definitely make a quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  134. Quilt of course! :-)
    esthersipatchandquilt at yahoo dot com

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  135. Oh wow this would make such a great quilt!! Thanks!

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  136. I would add some solids and blenders and make a lap quilt for a Christmas gift. Great giveaway, thanks for the chance to win!

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  137. I would most likely use these to make an awesome quilt. I love the PB&J line! =) Thanks for the generosity!

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  138. i'm just dying to make a deconstructed 9 patch or improv circles lap quilt out of PB&J for my husband's brother's family with four young daughters! It matches the feel and colors and tone of their house perfectly and I think the letters etc. is just right for my nieces and their ages.

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  139. I would feel like doing a PBJ dance if I win! Thnx.

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  140. Would love to make a quilt from these!

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  141. I'll be honest, not sure what I'd make but in all likelihood, it will be a quilt. That's what I do best. :D Thank you for the chance to win.

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  142. I would make an interactive play mat for my niece. The bright colors in this collection would be perfect. Thanks for the chance to win such a fun bundle of fabric. :)

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  143. I'd make a quilt - it's a lovely bundle!

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  144. Small tote or part of a baby quilt.

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  145. I would love to make a fun baby quilt with the alphabet prints!

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  146. There is quite a variety of fabric choices in this collection. I think I'd make something to snuggle under while sitting and reading on the back deck in the evenings.
    Barb@Witsend

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  147. Would make a quilt for one of our kids! Thanks for a chance to win!!
    Juile

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  148. I would make a skirt or apron for my daughter

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  149. I would use it for a quilt for our couch. Every couch needs a quilt right? :P

    Sandy A

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  150. a table runner for my shop!

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  151. I'm thinking Camille Roskelley's Fireworks quilt would be amazing with this bundle!

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  152. I would definitely make a quilt just for me. I love PB&J, thanks! wonderlandbyalyce at gmail dot com

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  153. I would start with a patchwork skirt for my daughter and then... who knows?

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  154. This would make a beautiful quilt!

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  155. Most likely a quilt or a tote.

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  156. OMG - this bundle is just awesome. I would love to make my kidlets Miss 9 and Master 4 some fabric baskets for their bedroom. This bundle would be suited to both of them.

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  157. I lOVE bundles!!! They take out all the guess work of pulling fabrics! I'm itching to start another quilt...
    surfergrl90503 at yahoo dot com

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  158. I love the bundles. I am definitely checking out your low volume bundle
    ml_wilkie(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  159. These are great colours and would go with brights really well in a new quilt. Thanks for the chance.

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  160. I'm working on a quilt I'm calling a pinata quilt... that's what I'd use this for, if I won!

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  161. I would make a beautiful quilt with this fabric.

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  162. I would so make the cutest quilt ever with this bundle!!

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  163. What beautiful fabrics colors are so bright and fun.

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  164. I would use these fabrics to make a dresden plate quilt.

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  165. This fabric would make a fabulous quilt.

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  166. I would make a lovely, comfy quilt, or perhaps some fun bags!

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  167. I'd make a quilt for MYSELF! Because I'm stingy and love that fabric :)

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  168. Ooh! I've been given an old book of traditional quilt blocks. It would be so fun to give them a modern twist with this fabric! Thanks for the chance!

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  169. A quilt for sure! probably something free form, haven't done that in awhile.

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  170. What a great line! Thanks for the chance - some would definitely find its way into a quilt or two and maybe some smaller bags!

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  171. I think I would make table runners for my daughters and my daughter-in-law since they have been asking for one!

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  172. thanks for the awesome giveaway. I would definitely make a quilt.

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  173. I keep eyeing the Craftsy block of the month quilt alongs, but never have enough coordinating fabrics to tackle it for the year. this would be awesome for that!

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  174. Fantastic and generous give away. I too would make a quilt with these gorgeous fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  175. I love this fabric line and I would love a bundle of it! Thanks for the chance to win!
    mommychu2@gmail.com

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  176. I would make a quilt...possible for myself :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  177. I'd love to make some pillows with this bundle. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  178. Throw pillow covers, a baby quilt,and maybe a pin cushion or two.

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  179. I love the alphabet prints. I'd make a bag or st. Louis 16 patch.

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  180. I'd have to stroke them a lot before deciding, but I do plan to make a weekender bag in the near future.

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  181. A quilt for sure, but not quite sure with what pattern. I find seeing the fabric helps me determine what quilt pattern/design I should try.

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  182. A quilt for sure! I absolutely LOVE this line!!

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  183. First I would make myself a new knitting bag (my old one is showing holes and I recently realized it is actually really OLD). And then I would make something for my kitchen. Maybe pretty up some towels, new patchwork curtain, and a seat cushion for my daughter, who claims that in the morning the chairs are made of stone..
    Thank you for the chance to dream it all up!

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  184. Maybe some little bags with such cute fabrics. Thanks

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