Monday, May 6, 2013

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day - Come play!


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Did you ever play the Chutes and Ladders board game?


Today for the Sew Mama Sew's Giveaway Day



it's a Kwilty Pleasures version of the game in fabric!
If you win...you get to play with
MODA CHUTES AND LADDERS
fabric!


1 yard of the pink and brown fabric and 

2 (two) Charm packs of 40 squares each


This giveaway is open to all!
You don't have to be a follower but I'd love it if  you were.  
Trying to hit 300 on GFC!!!
Just leave me ONE comment to
 tell me what you would make with this fun collection!





265 comments:

  1. OK I'll go first. I would make a happy baby quilt for a couple that I know that isn't telling up the gender of the baby. If I had enough left overs I would make a scrappy quilt for my guild charity donations to senior services

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  2. I think I would like to make a cot quilt - and donate it to the hospital our guild is working with to make them for.

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  3. That's really cute! I don't know...maybe a handbag? or a quilt? Thank you.

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  4. I make quilts for the "Quilts for Kids" charity, and this would make a great quilt to donate to them.

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  5. I would use this prize to make a patchy dress for my 5 month old daughter!

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  6. Mmm I think those would go well as accent fabrics in my scrappy block quilt.

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  7. I would make my baby girl a quilt to snuggle with!

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  8. A friend is having a baby girl soon -- maybe a quilt or tag blanky for her!

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  9. This would make the most amazing quilt for my sister !

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  10. I love your idea of a quilty chutes and ladders but think it is too advanced for me! LOL! I believe I would use it to make a quilty or yoyo-y wall hanging!
    BTW, I added to your GFC count and started following you!

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  11. How gorgeous! I would... Purse, probably with the yardage. And little fabric brooches.

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  12. I would make a modern baby quilt
    shawn

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  13. I would make a baby quilt for my neighbor.

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  14. I would make a lap quilt to give as a Christmas gift. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  15. This fabric is so pretty. I would love to make a quilt for one of my nieces.

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  16. Not sure what I would make, but I LOVE this fabric! So fun! I'm sure I would come up with something great!

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  17. I would make a bag from it. Thank you for a lovely giveaway.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  18. I just mad a quilt top with charm squares that I love, this fabric would look totally different so I would use the same design again.

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  19. I love charm packs because they are perfect for making puff quilts. This would make a super cute baby girl quilt!

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  20. I love those fabrics. I think I would make a quilt with them, just prefect for a little girl I know.

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  21. I think those would make a lovely dress for a little girl I know who loves pink! :)

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  22. Definitely a quilt! Thanks!

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  23. A quilt of course! julia.glotova (at) gmail (dot) com

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  24. A quilt or handbag would be the first thing I'd make. Thanks for the chance.

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  25. I think it would be a lovely lap quilt! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  26. with the solid piece of pink i'd make a girly dress for one of the many babies that have been born to friends lately. with the non pink (my preference) i would make some fabulous quilt because i can't get enough of a good quilt!!

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  27. I'm thinking a lap quilt or a tote bag.

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  28. Wonderful giveaway...thankyou

    I would like to make a Baby quilt ;-)

    greetings from Germany
    Marion

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  29. This is a wonderful collection.
    I have to make a baby quilt as a gift for a little girl and I'd use this fabric for it.
    Leftovers to the scrap bin for other projects like my postage stamp quilt.
    Thanks for the chance!

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  30. This would make a wonderful kid's quilt. I became a follower. Love discovering all the new to me blogs.

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  31. I would incorporate these into a couple of projects! I am working on a scrappy string star quilt and an EPP hexagon project!

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  32. I would make a baby quilt for our local NICU. These would look so cute. I'm already a follower via GFC. :)

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  33. Let me try this again. :) I would make a baby quilt for our local NICU. I pushed the wrong tab for anonymous. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  34. Follower 283! I would make a fun quilt!

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  35. I would def make a quilt with this!!! and I follow you! :) atabanana29(at)gmail(dot)com

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  36. I would make a quilt with this - a couple of good friends are having a little one later this year, and I'm already thinking baby quilts!

    Thank you for the chance to win. greycatquilts (at) yahoo (dot) com.

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  37. I would make a throw quilt for my teenage niece.

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  38. I think I would make a twirly skirt for my daughter

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  39. I think a quilt is in order and I've never played Chutes and Ladders.

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  40. great fabric. i remember that game well. i'd many a Schnibble quilt. thanks.

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  41. I am participating in 2 quilting bees...these would go straight to the fabric collection for to be used in the bee blocks!

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  42. I would love to make a fun children's quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  43. I'd make a charity quilt for a child with this fabric. And yes, I remember playing Chutes and Ladders (well, vaguely, it was SO long ago...)

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  44. A small quilt for someone special. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  45. I heard of it as snakes and ladders. Thank you for the chance to win the cute packs

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  46. I think I'd make a dress for my daughter...maybe a pinwheel or three?
    sntbosch(at)me(dot)com

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  47. What a fun giveaway! I loved that game as a kid. I'd make a fun child's quilt with it. :)

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  48. I would make a fun baby quilt.

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  49. Not really sure today but I love the colors Maybe some placemats so when the grandchildren are over they can who and haw over them. Not sure if that is the right spelling but sounds right to me.

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  50. I would make a play mat for my granddaughter. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  51. I would make a fun quilt for one of my cousin's kiddos!

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  52. These would look great with some Indian Elephant prints I have. They'd go into a quilt for my sister who is an elephant handler.

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  53. What precious fabrics! I would make a small quilt for my granddaughter. I am a follower, thanks!

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  54. I love your beautiful giveaway!
    Maybe a quilt for my sis

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  55. I am a follower and love everything that I see. I still play shoots n ladders with my grandson. It is a old game but I think still quite popular. Very nice give away.

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  56. i am a follower and i just love fabric of all kinds thanks

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  57. I love this combo of colors and I will get you 1 step closer to your goal. Following you now.

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  58. Hmmm tough choice but since I keep making quilts for others and have yet to actually make one for myself, that would be what I would do with this. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  59. I would make a quilt, and give it to someone that needs a quilt.

    red_murray2@yahoo.com

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  60. This is very sweet fabric - I love those colours! I would make a quilt, or placemats, or a table runner. Thanks for the chance!

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  61. I would make baby bibs for all my pregnant friends!

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  62. I have not seen those fabrics yet. thanks for a chance to win some. I would definitely make a quilt of some sort.

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  63. I am a new follower. What cute fabric. I would make a quilt with it.

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  64. I really like that collection of fabrics. :) I followed you, too. Hope you make it to 300!

    iammaryburke@gmail.com

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  65. Wish I could bump your follower list, but I've been following for some time now :) I think these would make some awesome granny square blocks for a quilt for one of the grandkids.

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  66. I have to admit - the charm packs would get split up amongst my scrap drawers that I use for bee blocks and paper piecing - what a great blenders range!

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  67. Thanks for the chance to win! I'd love to make a few cushions with this fabric to go with my neutral living room.

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  68. This fabric would make beautiful pillows. Thank you for the chance to win. I already stalk .... er follow you. ; )

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  69. I would make a quilt or some bags. Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win.(I already follow)

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  70. Not sure what I would make but pillow for my daughter's room would be cool.

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  71. It would have to something with points!! It just looks like stars or pinwheels!!

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

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  73. I'd make a quilt with it - thanks for the chance!

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  74. I would love to make a table runner and some matching potholders!

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  75. I would make a quilt for my college freshman daughter!

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  76. I would make a throw size quilt

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  77. I would use it to make a donation quilt for my quilt guild.

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  78. I would make a quilt for an adorable 1 yr old that I know!

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  79. I'd like to make some fun purses with these!

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  80. I am a new follower by GFC! I would make my new granddaughter (3 months) a beautiful colorful baby quilt and some balls and maybe some buckets for her room! Thank you!

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  81. I think I would make a baby quilt.

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  82. I remember my older sister and I would walk to the YMC to play the game for 25 cents a person. (As many types of games as we wanted.) I would make a baby quilt for a group that does charity sewing.

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  83. I would probably make a quilt for my 3 year old granddaughter.

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  84. A throw sized quilt for my Mother-in-law who is always chilled.

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  85. Those colors remind me of fall, and I don't have a fall theme quilt (yet!) so I would create a fall theme quilt with them! Thanks for the chance!

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  86. Great fabric! I would probably work on some pin cushions and clutches! Those are my passions at the time.

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  87. I'd love to make a bright table runner with everything :)

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  88. I think I would make a picnic quilt. What fun!

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  89. Chutes and ladders would go in a quilt for sure, but I would have to ponder exactly what for a while. I'm already a follower of your ! Thanks for giving away the "good stuff " !

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  90. would use that fabric to make a baby quilt

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  91. I'd love to try a small quilt - either a wall quilt or a table topper! I'm pretty new to quilting.
    I have two giveaways happening too: www.craftyhour.com

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  92. I would like to make a throw size quilt. I follow via email.

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  93. I'd make a table runner for our dining room table.

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  94. I loved Chutes and Ladders when I was a child, when my girls were little and now with my grandchildren. I can see that fabric in a quilt for my youngest granddaughter. And since I'm already a follower I can only recommend your blog and hope you get to 300.

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  95. Love the game and the fabric! I would make a quilt for my baby girl!

    caramwills(at)gmail(dot)com

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  96. I'd use them in a patchwork quilt

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  97. That looks like it would make a lovely quilt for a baby or child. Giveaway day is so fun -- thanks for the chance to win!

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  98. Some super fun fabric! I would use the charms to make some appliqué flowers! I follow already and thanks for the great giveaway!

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  99. I think that these would go great as a part of a rainbow quilt!

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  100. thank you for the chance to win. I think a baby quilt would work nicely

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  101. Probably a lap quilt I think!

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  102. Love the fabric - I would incorporate it into a scrap quilt I am making for a friend's new baby!

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  103. Lovely colours, I think they would make a lovely bag!

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  104. I'd make something for my girl, maybe a Summer dress or a skirt. She loves those colors.
    Thanks!

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  105. I'd like to make a baby quilt!

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  106. Gorgeous! Probably a wall hanging or a table runner. Thanks for a lovely give away

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  107. Oooh .. a bag for my oldest who loves purple? Table Runner? Placemats? I can't decide!

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  108. I have been a loyal follower er. I would make a new patchwork bag. Mine is old and falling apart.

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  109. Would make a bag for my little daughter (also for her mouse). She loves pink.
    ehodasz at yahoo dot com

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  110. Thanks for the giveaway-- the fabric looks like a quilt to me-- would be beautiful!
    cjscraftcorner(at)gmail(dot)com

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  111. With that much fabric, what couldn't I make!?

    Some would definitely end up in my postage stamp quilt. And some would be used for charity sewing.

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  112. Would be a quilt just not sure of the size or pattern.

    syvisser@gmail(dot)com

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  113. I'd make a quilt. Then give it to some charity.

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  114. I would make a baby quilt to give at the shower I will be attending soon

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  115. I am thinking it would make a great lil patchwork outfit for my great neice who loves pink and brown.

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  116. I follow you by email. My sister loves pink, so I think I would have to make her something.

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  117. I recently realized we don't own placemats, so that's probably what I'd sew!

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  118. A beautiful BABY QUILT ! Thanks !

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  119. Eventually I think a baby quilt, but for starters, hanging out and brightening my quilt room!

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  120. I think I would make a play mat for my daughter!

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  121. I want to make either a baby quilt or maybe a nice warm lap quilt for my husband. OMG this is so very nice of you to giveaway. Yes I played this game when I was just a kid with my sister. This fabric will certainly take you back in time. Great idea you have. Thank you for the chance to win. I follow you already thru emails and here's hoping you get more followers. You deserve each and every one.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  122. I think I would make a cheerful lap quilt. Then we could all enjoy the bright spot. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  123. Pretty! I think I would make a quilt of some sort!

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  124. I would definitely make a quilt. thanks for the chance!

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  125. Table cloth and napkins for our outdoor space :)
    Thank you for the chance:)

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  126. I'd make a quilt of some sort. These colors are oh so pretty.

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  127. I already followed you! I would make a "going into Middle School" quilt for my youngest niece. Good thing she doesn't go until the year after next year!

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  128. If my computer would let me I would so follow you by GFC but it won't so I follow you by email which is actually much more better as I actually read your updates every time you write one.

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  129. In England we call this game Snakes & Ladders. DH would be so much happier with your name for it cause he hates snakes. I would so make my darling granddaughter a quilt out of this very lovely fabric.

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  130. These fabrics would make a great mini-quilt wall hanging, audiodropzone (at) gmail (dot) com

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  131. I would make a baby quilt for number 2 which is still "a bun in the oven" for the next couple of weeks.

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  132. Great fabrics!!!! Congrats on opening your Etsy store!

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  133. I am a new email follower via louster388atyahoodotcom:)

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  134. Well, I guess I'll make a ladder quilt.
    saruqa at gmail dot com

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  135. Woes gorgeous!! I would make a patchwork quilt!
    I am a new follower via bloglovin'
    Thank you got offering this giveaway!

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  136. I think I would make. Quilt for the Siblings Together project.

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  137. Oooo isn't that pretty, I'm thinking table runner maybe!

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  138. My sister´s son and his fiancé are both having theire 30 birthday in the next year and I think one of them will love this fabrics in a quilt!
    Gun, Sweden
    gun@lapp.se

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  139. I've got a baby quilt to make!

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  140. I would love to make some quilted pillows :) Thank you for the giveaway.

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  141. I would make a baby girl quilt. SO many of my friends are becoming grandmas lately.

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  142. I`d love to make a lap quilt with those beauties.Thanks you for the giveaway!!

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  143. I think I would make a table topper or placemats with these fabrics.

    strings (at) yahoo dot com

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  144. I would make a chemo throw babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  145. I would make a baby quilt!

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  146. Baby quilt. I have 3 pregnant friends expecting a total of 4 babies this fall!

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  147. I would make a baby quilt. I already follow, so can't help you out on that. Thanks for chance to win.

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  148. I would make lots of hexagons!

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

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  150. Table runners ! Love the colour combination

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  151. A small lap quilt I think. Wonderful giveaway, thanks so much.

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  152. I'm not sure what I would do. Most everything usually ends up as clothing for my girls.

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  153. I'm a happy follower!
    I'd make a lap quilt for my sister!

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  154. I am a follower. As long as I don't have to go down that horrible slide, I could have fun making a table runner with those fabrics.

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  155. It looks like fun to make a picnic /outdoor play blanket for my niece. Thanks!

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  156. I can imagine a gorgeous oversized lap quilt made with those yummy fabrics.

    braydonandkel@bigpond.com

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  157. It would make a great baby quilt for the next one of my friends to announce a pregnancy. Thanks for a lovely giveaway.

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  158. Love the fabric..we have 2 new grandnieces and a grandnephew...looks like perfect fabric for baby gifts.
    Thanks for the chance to win. I am a follower.

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  159. A summer lap quilt would be fun.

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  160. I think a quilted messenger bag would be beautiful in those fall colors

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  161. I am thinking placemats and napkins among other things. Thanks for the chance to win this amazing prize

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  162. I think I would take half the charms and border each one in one fabric and the do the other half with the second fabric. Then Alternate sewing them together.

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  163. I'd make a quilt for me! Thanks for the chance!

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  164. I'm not really sure what I would make with this gorgeous fabric! Since my hubby and two sons would not appreciate the colors I guess I would have to make something just for me. :D Thank you for the generous giveaway! anglanouette(at)gmail(dot)com

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  165. hmm.. I'm not sure what I would make yet.. need to see it and pet it first. :) Thanks for the chance to win.. I am #298! :) Almost there. xo

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  166. I am not sure what to make. I like to sit with the fabric for a little bit and let it tell me...LOL. Thanks for the chance.

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  167. Fun collection! I'd make a blanket for my niece.

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  168. I'd make one of the Schnibble patterns. They call for 2 charm packs. Thanks for an aswesome giveaway!

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  169. I would make a skirt that Annie Smith has on her website with those fun fabrics. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway!

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  170. thanks for the offer. I am not sure what i would make. there is a quilt i have been eyeing for a while though and this just may be the kick i need to have a go at it - it is all charm squares.

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  171. I think those fabrics would make some gorgeous wonky stars. And with those fabrics it would almost certainly be a "for me" quilt.

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  172. Oh! they would be lovely in a quilt :)

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  173. I'd make a fun little quilt.

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  174. I loved the game Chutes and Ladders! This would make a really fun funky purse or tote!

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  175. I enjoyed playing this game with my two boys. Thanks for reminding me of that time.

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  176. I'd love to try my first quilt!
    peachstateme (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  177. I'd put it into a quilt for my mother-in-law! Thanks for a chance to win! And I'm #299 on your gfc followers! :)

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  178. definitely a quilt for one of my little boys.
    I am #300 on GFC. :)

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  179. I would love to make a patchwork skirt for my daughter or a bag. I am also following on google connect


    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  180. It would definitely have to go in a quilt. There are so many fabric lines out there that I haven't seen. I really like this one!

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  181. I would make a lovely quilt.
    thanks
    contentncm at yahoo dot com

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  182. It would make a cute table runner, I think. :)

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  183. hmmm no idea - with the background it screams for a play mat

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  184. something fun for one of my nieces! Thanks for the giveaway! Amy @ gasudimack(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  185. Wow - haven't seen this collection before - it would make a great quilt for the little girl who lives next door!

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  186. This would make a lovely lap quilt

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  187. I'd go for a lap quilt for sure.

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  188. Loved Chutes and Ladders growing up, my favorite game. Can't get my grandchildren as interested. What a pretty quilt the squares would make. Thanks.

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  189. I would love to make a lap quilt for a good friend of mine who loves those colors. nanasingsandquilts at gmail dot com

    Thanks for the giveaway

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