Wednesday, December 2, 2009

giveaway day

this stack of december-ish fabrics is looking for a new home
and some vintage trims are, too.

if you would like to a chance to win these goodies,
please leave a comment below, ON THIS POST 
or send me an email at sewandsowlife(at)gmail(dot)com.

just for fun, please let me know what 
creative "something" you might make if you win.

 the winner's name will be chosen at random, and
i am willing to ship internationally.

this giveaway will close at midnight on december 6th.

 sew, mama, sew, is sponsoring this huge giveaway. 
creative folks all over the internet are 
giving away handmade treasures and/or supplies.

and my daughter, gretta was too late to register with 
sew, mama, sew,
but she's offering some fun goodies over at her blog anyhow.
look here.

GOOD LUCK!

264 comments:

  1. I would love to win this! I am thinking of a Christmas wall hanging.

    lag110@mchsi.com

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  2. How lovely, thank you! I would love to make some Christmas stockings, this fabric would be perfect! xx B.

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  3. Ooh, I'd definitely make Christmas napkins. They'd be lovely edged in red and green rickrack!

    And napkin rings with the ribbon and holly!

    *plots*

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  4. I think i'll make x'mas potholders:)

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  5. I'd make something for the kitchen or maybe some stockings.

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  6. Pretty fabrics! I'm thinking garland for starters, also coasters, placemats, and gift bags!

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  7. I thought about making a tree skirt, but I am way too broke to buy any fabrics. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  8. I also want to make a tree skirt. I'm a little embarrassed of the ugly plastic stand. I'd also like to make a table runner.

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  9. Cool! I might make a table runner. Or add some of these to my daughter's stocking that I need to make.

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  10. Ooh, love the Christmas fabric. I would definitely make some Christmas bunting. Thanks so much!

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  11. I would make some gift bags that could be used and enjoyed every year. or I would make a wall hanging with them. Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  12. Ooh, lovely stuff! I will be making a mini stocking garland and this fabric would be perfect. That or some fabric paper chains. xx

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  13. I need some holiday napkins - this is so great! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  14. I would make more Christmas ornaments:) Lovely prizes!! Thanks!
    christinbanda at yahoo dot com

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  15. thanks for offering! ornaments would be great

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  16. That fabric is begging to be added into a christmas quilt!

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  17. Thanks so much for sharing your generosity in the giveaway! Those fabric would be great for holiday aprons for my munchkins, and/or some fabulous Christmas napkins!

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  18. I can totally see them incorporated into some wreaths I'm working on! Thanks for the giveaway, it is very generous! patriciaconesa@gmail.com

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  19. easy. gift bags. or use them for furoshiko wrapping. eco-friendly and less trash.

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  20. I would make matching stocking for my girls maybe gift bags :)

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  21. Been wanting to make a bunting this looks fantastic for a Christmas one.

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  22. I think I would make some Christmas stockings for my husband and I. And maybe one for the dog too! I love that trim!

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  23. I'm pretty new to quilting but I'd like to make pieces for my hope chest (yes, I know, it's not 1800, but hey, this modern girl is well-rooted in the delights of a good heritage!). I'm thinking a Christmas quilt or a soft shape book for future babies? :-) Thanks for hosting a giveaway!

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  24. OMG those are beautiful! I'd make a Christmas tree skirt, or a stocking. But probably a tree skirt.

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  25. Yay for Christmas fabrics! I would make a quilted table runner with them!

    kelli.canady {at} gmail dot com

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  26. Ooh, I've been wanting to make a christmas wall hanging. I don't know what pattern, but my mother-in-law has several of them up in her house and I just love them. They are so festive. I think I'd go for a snowflake or snowman scene.

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  27. I would make a quilted table runner with them, and perhaps some napkins.
    With the best wishes,
    Simona

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  28. I'm thinking pillowcases, potholders, or placemats would all be fine uses for these fabrics.

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  29. Possibly a little tree-skirt or a patchwork table-runner.

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  30. I don't have a stocking. I would remedy this, and not only for myself.

    Thank you for the chance!

    corvus.melloriATgmailDOTcom

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  31. Oh thank you for this chance, they would be used in a Christmas Table Runner

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  32. I'd definitely make a tree skirt. We just got a new tree for our new house!

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  33. I'd probably wrap gifts with it - it would make great gift bags.

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  34. I think I would make a tree skirt! right now I'm using christmas napkins :(

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  35. I think I'd make some ornaments with that fabric. Thanks for the chance!

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  36. i'd love to make some bags/pouches!

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  37. I'd love to add this to my Christmas stash that's being set aside to make napkins and a table runner!

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  38. I can see a table runner made out of that fabric!

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  39. Hi there, this looks like a great bunch of fabrics to make a Tree Skirt.. just in time to move into our new home. Thanks for the chance!

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  40. Christmas fabrics and notions, how nice! I would make a fabric covered wreath with them and a few more ornaments for our tree. Thanks for the giveaway!
    paula_lemos at vodafone dot pt

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  41. wall hanging, table runner or placemats and stockings

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  42. I'd make pachwork pillows for christmas

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  43. hello! what a nice giveaway! I didn't use to be all that into christmas fabrics, even though I love Christmas and fabrics... but that's because i didn't have ideas that involved them. but then again, i never do stuff for myself, only for others, so... suddendly... i figured: hey who loves Christmas even more then me? my mother-in-law, of course!!! and she's so great, she deserves it all. that's why i'm going to make her an apron and a tablecloth and napkins and possibly some pot holders all in christmas-ish fabrics and i know even if it turns out corny she'll absolutely love them!!!

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  44. I'd like to make something for the table (runner, placemats, etc) or stockings. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  45. I don't know what I would make! :)

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  46. I think some napkins or a table runner would be perfect and a great gift as well! (Or I might put together a Christmas throw quilt!)

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  47. I might make a Christmas baby quilt with these fabrics. Perfect for a new December baby. Next year of course :)

    butlerswife@gmail.com

    Heading over to see your daughter.

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  48. My friend just showed me her patchwork Christmas stockings and I envied them so much! That's where I'd start with all this fabric!

    kellyjo(dot)haines(at)gmail(dot)com

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  49. Lovely. If I win, I'll make a set of Christmas coasters for my mum, she would know how to appreciate them.

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  50. Great fabrics. If I win, I'll make an Advent calendar wallhanging, possibly for a gift but only if I can part with it because I want one too!

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  51. Great giveaway and what a cute cute blog you have! Thank you so much for the chance to win!! And if I do win, I want to make a Christmas lap quilt for my mom!

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  52. Christmas gift bags! I'm sick of paper...
    Nice giveaway...thanks!

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  53. Oh I would make Christmas bunting (my new favourite thing to make) and some christmas stockings.

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  54. Thanks for the giveaway! If I win I would probably use these to make some Christmas throw pillows for my couches.

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  55. a tree skirt. It would be perfect for that! Have a very Merry Christmas.

    simply.simon.sisters(at)gmail(dot)com

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  56. love the christmas bundle of stuff! i would love to use it to make a little baby doll quilt for my daughter. she is so into christmas this year...the lights and the music and i think she would love a new baby blanket.

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  57. If I win your giveaway, I would make stockings! I have been looking for fabric for some, and this would be perfect! Karen- twiceasniceboutique@live.com

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  58. I probably would use some of it for a table runner.....or a tree skirt.....or stockings.....so many options! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  59. Gift bags to reuse year after year!

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  60. I would definitely make my own stockings for Christmas :D

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  61. I'm thinking those fabrics are just crying out to be made into drawstring gift bags.

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  62. I just love the vintage-y bits! I envision using those as part of a wreath or garland. The fabric would probably be used as gift wrap (this year), and something fabulous next year (when I've got more time to do it justice).

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  63. I love the vintage pieces. Some would probably be used in appliques for the kids. I just learned how to do this, and I'm having a ball with it. I'm also thinking a patchwork table runner. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  64. Love it! I think I would try to make a dress for my new little niece. :)

    Thanks for the chance to enter. I am hosting a giveaway on my blog as well...check it out: http://amypaul.wordpress.com

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  65. i participated in a wonky block swap earlier this year, but don't have enough for a whole quilt . . . yet! thanks for the great giveaway!

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  66. I'd probably make a table runner for the Holidays.

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  67. If I were to win I think I see a tree skirt in my future!

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  68. It's the first Christmas we are spending in our first home and our brand new baby girl. So I've got to make it look as festive as possible. Especially because we have a 3 year old little boy who is brimming with happiness over the fact that Santa is coming soon. I just NEED to make a tree skirt with a bunch of Christmas themed fabric.

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  69. I am always on the lookout for vintage trims & christmas-themed fabric to use to increase my stash of fabric gift bags that my family uses - http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3077/3154896738_3e1fb69500_m.jpg

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  70. What a gorgeous selection of fabrics! I would like to use them to make a quilted reindeer softie - how cute would that be?! Also, some awesome fabric gift bags & tags for the holidays.

    mc.crafty.bunny at gmail dot com

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  71. cute little stockings to use as next year's advent calendar.

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  72. These are lovely! I'm needing to make a stocking for my daughter, but I reckon next Christmas will be fine....!

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  73. Oh, I think one of Melly and Me's reindeer would look awesome in these fabrics. Thanks!

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  74. I think I would like to make mini stocking advent calender

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  75. Pretty christmas fabric thanks for the giveaway.

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  76. cute fabrics, thanks! I am wanting to make some stockings and also an advent calendar.

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  77. I'd like to make some Christmas dishtowels!

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  78. The holly and berry picks are crying out to me. I think I would make them into a tiny wreath for our dollhouse.

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  79. I would make stockings. A local group recently filled 10,000 stockings for overseas troops, and I made twelve of them. The goal for 2010 is to stock up on Christmas fabrics during the post-Christmas sales, and make stockings all year long!

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  80. I would make a wall hanging for sure! Love this giveaway and thanks for the opportunity.

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  81. I would definitely make Christmas stockings, the hubs and I need new ones!

    shannon.mangerchine@gmail.com

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  82. I would make a Christmas Tree Skirt (for next year lol)
    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  83. I would make some christmas stockings. I got everyone I know some but I forgot to make some for myself. So if I win (crossing fingers) I would make stockings and maybe some small ornaments to hang on the tree and probably some fabric hearts filled with lavender to hang everywhere :)

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  84. Those fabrics are just screaming to be made into a lovely Christmas quilt. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

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  85. There's a quick paper-pieced Christmas quilt at Whip-up that I'd like make with these fabrics.

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  86. I like to make reusable gift bags, so some of the fabric could make its way into those, but it would also be nice to make a wreath of fabric flowers, using the vintage trims.

    Happy holidays!
    Mara
    maradroganATverizonDOTnet

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  87. I'd make some christmas ornaments or gifts!
    i'll go check out your daughter's blog too :)

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  88. Thanks for the chance to win. I can already see these as a stocking, oh and a tree skirt.
    curry.jessica@gmail.com

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  89. Thanks for the giveaway! I'd love to make a Christmas tree skirt.

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  90. I will probably make a table runner or apron set. And now I'm off to check out your daughter's giveaway!

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  91. How fun. I am sure I can find several fun things to do with them. I have a Christmas tree skirt in the works and stockings.

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  92. I would make a set of reusable gift wrap, I've been looking for pretty holiday fabric to do that with and the set you're offering is perfect!

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  93. Lavender-filled sachets as stocking stuffers! Thanks for this...

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  94. ur offering is very nice really, i hope to win :)

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  95. Beautiful fabrics! I would probably make some table place mats, for my little kitchen table :) Thanks!

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  96. That's just screaming for a Christmas quilt. :)

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  97. I really want to make a christmas quilt and those fabrics are just lovely

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  98. I would do little bags.....purses or smaller or journal covers

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  99. Girl clothes, girl clothes, girl clothes! I have a 15 month old, and depending on the fabric sizes, maybe just doing some applique work. I missed the boat on sewing with my boys, but I'm "sew" excited to try with my girl!
    chelmert0927 at yahoo.com

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  100. I saw a wonderful quilted advent calendar pattern and didn't get a chance to make it. If I won I'd use those lovely Christmas fabrics to make a head start on an advent calendar for next year!

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  101. I'd make a whole bunch of christmas lolita skirts and bows for myself and some crowns!
    shou.milk@gmail.com

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  102. I would make a christmas quilt.

    Thank you for your generous giveaway :)

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  103. hmm, napkins, or potholders, or a table runner, or all of the above!

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  104. I would make coasters and a tablerunner.
    nancysoffice@gmail.com

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  105. I would totally make this fabric into bags to use for Christmas gifts. I love the idea of having gift wrap to use again and again for family gifts.

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  106. I'm thinking to make some Christmas Ornaments.

    Thank you for having a giveaway,
    Silka
    silkaphyllis at gmail.com

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  107. Thank you for the giveaway! I have been following teh CC quilt designer blog hop and their free pattern - I would make one of the quilt/ placemats with your fabric.

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  108. I'm thinking I am would make some interesting tree ornaments with such fabrics if I won...

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  109. If I win, and it gets here in time, I'd love to make some cute ordaments for the six 4 year olds I teach at church!

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  110. i want to make a holiday bandana to wrap around my cat, but i feel kind of awkward admitting that in writing.

    blueteardrop at comcast.net

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  111. Christmas stockings or a string quilt for each of the grand kids? Maybe. Thanks for participating.

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  112. I'm thinking some fabric flowers utilizing those awesome trims you're including. What a great giveaway!

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  113. Love those fabrics and trims. A tree skirt and some ornaments perhaps? BTW, like your daughter, I love dirt and farming!

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  114. A quilt, a quilt, always a quilt!

    There is a tradition of Christmas quilts in my family, on which each family member's name is embroidered. They are so much fun. That is what I would use them for!

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  115. I am out of Christmas fabris, so this would be great! I would make those moltin chocolate cake bags/mugs from teh Cross Country Blog Hop that just finished up, or set it aside for next years Christas inspiration projects. I am a little Christmas project-ed out at the moment!

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  116. Stockings. We have plane jane store bought stockings and I would love to make some homemade quilted ones.

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  117. I think some XMAS gift bags would be great using these fabrics

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  118. I have plans to make stockings, so this might be perfect! :) And maybe a table topper and some ornaments too! Love the colours! Great giveaway!

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  119. I really want to make patchwork Christmas stockings for the whole family.

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  120. I just did a swap for christmas fabric squares for NEXT year, so i would work on cutting 6in squares for next years quilt. thanks for a chance.

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  121. I want to make a table topper or table runner so these fabrics would be handy with the Christmas season coming so fast.
    Thanks for hosting this giveaway. Happy Holidays.

    Jane

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  122. I would finish my Christmas BOTM quilt!

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  123. I would probably make a mini quilt to hang up during the holidays! I dont have ANY holiday fabric and have kind of been itching to make something festive!

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  124. I have been wanting to make matching stockings for the whole family, these would be great for that!

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  125. I'd make gift bags, or christmas napkins.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  126. Wonderful fabrics and trims! I'd love to make a mini art quilt with all of it together!

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  127. this is such a wonderful giveaway. I would love to have that trim for a project I am making for Christmas. Thanks so much for the opportunity to win!

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  128. Cute fabrics and trims! I'm tossing up between making more Christmas tree ornaments or making Christmas-themed softies.

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  129. I've been traveling a lot lately, so I'd make a snuggly travel pillow stuffed with flax seeds.

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  130. I am going to make Kitchen set (pot holder, placemat, mitten) depending on how much fabric i got

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  131. I'm thinking about adding more fabric and making a scrappy tree skirt

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  132. I'd make some lovely Christmas bunting, trimmed with vintagey looking white pom poms!

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  133. Here in Denmark we hang Xmas stockings from the 1st of december and every morning the children awaken to find a little present in their stocking.
    Only I have not been able to find any decent holiday fabric in the local sewing shops, so for now we've hung their nissehuer (santa hats) instead.
    If I won your PERFECT prize of holiday fabric and trimmings, I'd be able to finish in style - and have perfect stockings to hang for the next many years :)

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  134. I'd make reusable gift wrap for the holidays.
    a_heart4home(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  135. Christmas softies!!! And some bags. And new patches on my girls knees (on pants of course)

    Great fabric!!!

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  136. A Christmas Stocking for my Baby would be perfect! Love your giveaway - thanks for the chance to enter!

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  137. Lovely giveaway ! I hope I'll be lucky !

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  138. I really want to make a Christmas banner, and these fabrics would be perfect! I want lighter ones that brighten up the room but still look Christmas-y! Shawna;)

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  139. Those fabrics are just so pretty I would make a tree skirt with them.

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  140. You are so right about the match between love and fear , I should say also between to live and have fear..... But that is not always easy. When fear is trying to strangle you......... I love your giveaway...don't know yet what to make with maybe chrismas decorations/
    Come to my blog to see my giveaway. I'll come back on your blog.....

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  141. I forgot the blog http://busybeefree.blogspot.com/

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  142. I'll love to make some pillows with that fabric!

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  143. Christmas fabric! How wonderful! I have been wanting to make some reusable gift bags for Christmas, so if I win, that is what I will make. Thanks for the chance!

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  144. Love the material and trim that you are giving away. I would use it to make christmas stockings. I am gearing up for my first craft fair and so I am sewing like mad. Thanks for the give away and Happy Holidays.

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  145. Some new stockings would be fantastic!

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  146. I was thinking a strip skirt for my 2 year old.

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  147. i would love to make a doll quilt for my kids to play with and for me to practice quilting with
    thanks!

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  148. I would love to make some sewn ornaments for our christmas tree. We are slowly getting more decorations made for the tree each year. :)

    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  149. I would make a tree skirt....I bought a cheep one a few years ago and since my cats just love to hang out under the tree they put quite a few little claw holes in it. I think it is time for a new one that is a bit more sturdy and pretty :)

    Great giveaway

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  150. gorgoeus fabrics. i would make a christmassy table runner i think or some ornaments to hang on the tree :)

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  151. I would love to make a Christmas quilt :-) Thanks for participating in the Giveaway day!

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  152. I've been meaning to make some Christmas stockings -these would work quite nicely for that

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  153. i would definitely make some christmas packages with that this is a great giveaway...please count me in
    lezlie21(at)aol(dot)com

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  154. If I won, I would definitely, finally, make stockings for the family! Thanks for the giveaway.

    shanghaicowgirl(dot)m(at)gmail(dot)com

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  155. Wow this is lovely Christmas fabric! I could use this all up!!
    Happy Holidays!
    h_freund@Hotmail.com

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  156. I'd love to make some Xmas fabric banners for decorating the house. Thanks!

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  157. I would make some bean bag santa with the fabric
    Megan
    meganlfuchs at gmail dot com

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  158. I would love these goodies to use in making my holiday cards this year!
    katie.benedict(at)gmail(dot)com

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  159. I think I would make something for my kitchen--new pot holders or maybe even a new Christmas rug...we're in bad need of new rugs and think how cheery my feet would be washing dishes while standing on those cute fabrics!!!!
    Thanks!
    kelli
    kellbell_6@hotmail.com

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  160. I want to make a stocking for my son and then maybe ornaments to go with it. Thanks.

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  161. Thank you for your kindness and generousity (even if I am not the winner!). I have been wanting to make an advent calendar or some sort for my girls -- these fabrics may be just the thing!

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  162. My favorite thing to make with Christmas fabric is gift bags. But if I got enough together I'd pretty much have to make a Christmas quilt.

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  163. I'd make something Christmas-y for the gnomes who live outside my house! :) Thanks for a chance to win and Happy Thursday.

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  164. There are so many things I could make! (This is why I love fabric). I am thinking a table runner, placemats, napkins or Christmas bags. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  165. I have been itching to make an advent quilt for a while and that would get me started!!! Thanks!!

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  166. I need a tree skirt, and I also don't have a Christmas quilt that I have kept for myself, so those are both on the list. Thanks for participating in the giveaway.

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  167. I've been wanting to make Christmas placemats for a while but don't have enough festive fabrics in my stash, so yours would be welcome!

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  168. Wow, everyone stole my ideas ;^)

    I would probably try a bag or a dress for my little Miss Grapefruit. But a bag would be great, yeah...

    Thanks a lot!

    Paula

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  169. I would make a new holiday apron! Thank you for the giveaway. alusco(at)centurytel(dot)net

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  170. I would most likely make some throw pillows to snuggle on the couch with.
    thanks~kelly

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  171. Gift bags! And some ornaments for me! Thanks for the chance!

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  172. I promise to give the fabric a new home, I want a Holiday quilt and this would go really well into one. ladycolmn@aol.com

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  173. I would love to make a tree skirt with this fabric! I am getting my first real tree this year (also it will be normal sized and not two feet tall like my plastic one) and I would love to have a pretty handmade skirt for it! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  174. If I were to win I would make a tree skirt for my daughters tree.

    Thanks for the chance!!

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  175. Hi, I'd love to make some littel cornets to be filled with sweet treats or little gifts an then hanging them around the house or on the Christmas tree.

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  176. Oh I think these would make a great apron, pot holders and if any luck a basket liner. I would then fill a basket with these and other holiday baking essentials and gift to my newly married friend.

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  177. I might make a banner of some sort and maybe cover a few notebooks for Christmas journaling! :)

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  178. We're in need of some new Christmas stockings around here so that is probably what I would start with.

    Thank you for the chance to win!

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  179. Those would be great for some strip stockings! Thanks for the generous giveaway!

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  180. I think I would make a sewing machine cover, the red fabrics would match my living room no matter what time of year :)

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  181. I really need a tree skirt as we have a poor bare bottomed tree at the moment. I really like the red and white trim for a winter jumper for my year old daughter.

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  182. So lovely! I might make a stripped tablerunner! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  183. My mom asked me to sew something to give away to friends and family on our annual get together on the 26th of December, and if I win and the fabric comes on time for it, I would love to sew a set of coasters for my mom to use and give away once the evening is over.

    Thanks for the chance to win, and cheers from Barcelona!!

    Contact:librosfera(at)gmail(dot)com

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  184. I'd probably make an advent calendar, get an early start for next year. It was on my list for this year but haven't had the time with three lill ones running around.

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  185. I just got married and we have our first new house - I would definitely make some fun Christmas napkins with these cute fabrics!

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  186. Cute fabric! It would look great as gift bags!

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  187. I think I would make a Christmas banner and gift bags.

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  188. ....it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...
    Thank you for participating in the giveaway!
    Cheryl

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  189. I love the fabrics and would love to quilt with them!

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  190. how fun! I think I would make a cute dress for my daughter and some other fun things!

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  191. Oh these christmas fabrics would be perfect for the advent calendar I'm making for next year. I found the pattern to late to start for this christmas!

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  192. Those are very fun fabrics! I think I would maybe make stockings or some fun napkins or placemats. Thanks for the giveaway!

    mindeehall(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  193. I d make a patchwork skirt for my daughter!

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  194. love this giveaway! I would make Christmas placemats and napkins! Thanks for the chance to win!
    khloverofjesus@gmail.com

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  195. I love the Christmas fabrics! I have a Mary Jane Christmas stocking pattern that I am wanting to make, and would love to use those fabrics in them!

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  196. I would make that illusive christmas quilt by adding some of these fabrics to mine. The rest of the giveaway is a bonus

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  197. Thank you for a chance to win! I have never made a christmas quilt, maybe if I win I'll add these fabrics to one! :)

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