Thursday, May 2, 2013

Giveaway DAY!!!!!

 Finally done, well with the piecing anyway. It came together so nicely. I am excited. Now on to the quilting. I am doing the dance. So, I am going to share the joy. I am giving away these 6 fat quarters by Inkjet Designs from Robert Kaufman.



Just leave me a comment about what you are working on and if you are using up your stash. I don't know about the rest of you but prices are so high that it is make do time around here. Isn't that what the stash is for.........to use when things are tight.

I am adding this giveaway to the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day. So if you want to join the fun and the other giveaways just click on the link or the button on the side. I will pick a winner on the 10th and mail it out as soon as I get a response back. You can also check out the precuts and books in my store.

251 comments:

  1. Yes, I'm pretty much making do around here. I do scope out a sale or 2 here and there for a fresh half yard or something special.

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  2. Your quilt is lovely. I am working with COMMA fabrics and making wonky crosses. The fabric was a gift....but am pulling from my stash for other projects. Here is a link to see my WIP.
    http://kwiltypleasures.blogspot.com/2013/04/wip-commaperiodcomma.html

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  3. I'd be doing the happy dance too. It looks wonderful. Yep, I am workig with stash on a low volume quilt.

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  4. I'm currently working on a round robin quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  5. I'm currently working on something for a blog hop. Your quilt is very pretty.

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  6. I'm using some elephant fabric from Dear Stella to make a baby quilt!

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  7. Iam working on a charity quilt for kids with terminal illnesses. Using bits from my stash

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  8. I so love the colors of your quilt. I am working on Baltimore liberty by perla piera.

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  9. I just finished a table topper for my dining room table. It's something I'd been thinking of making for ages, but something else always seemed to be ahead of it on the priority list. It was all made from stash and I'm thrilled with the look of it on my table. I love the prints in your giveaway, thanks for the chance to win!

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  10. Love your Daydream Believer quilt. I am working on a pillow using stash. I am also working on a church project that I bought the fabric for the project.
    I usually work from stash until I see I "need" something else.

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  11. I love how your quilt came out! I just finished Sister's Choice and just need a border. Right now I'm sorting through a big box of choice scraps I found at a local Goodwill for next to nothing. FUN! I'm making 2 1/2 inch strips from the larger pieces. The rest will be strings and crumbs for a rainy day!

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  12. I try to use my stash as much as possible and only buy when I need to. I'm moving this fall so I'm trying not to buy any material.

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  13. I am on a zippered pouch making spree and I am using some very special fabric from an event as the "feature" and the lining of the pouches. I am scouring the sale and clearance pages of shops to get the most bang for my fabric buck. Thanks for the great giveaway chance!

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  14. I'm working on a charm patch quilt using some precut charm packs from my stash. I am trying not to buy more fabric until I've made a dent in my ridiculous stash. But I can't turn down a chance to get free fabric. Thanks.

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  15. Anya would just love that quilt. Hopefully is won't take too long to quilt. I'm about ready to sit down for awhile and get some sewing done but I have too many quilts to get out first.

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  16. I love your UFO!! Purple is my favorite color.
    I am just starting (squares cut and marked for HST's) a quilt for my nephew's new house. I am doing the Colorado Beauty block in Black and Blue (thier color choice). Work today so maybe I can start stitching tomorrow.

    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  17. I've been having fun making coin purses and other small bags lately. :)

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  18. I'm working on a throw quilt for my son. I'm not doing so much quilting lately, but the stash is the only thing that allows me to do any.

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  19. I bought some nursing panels a few years ago to embellish some purses I made for my daughter and her study group when they became LPN's. Now she is about to graduate as an RN so I am taking the remaining panels and making her a lap quilt for graduation.

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  20. HELLO! WELL I'M TRYING TO USE SOME OF MY STASH IN SCRAPPY PROJECTS! THE CURRENT ONE IS SO DARN CUTE>ALL BLUES+CREAMS!
    THANKS SO FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  21. I don't have anything in progress right now. But when the inspiration hits, most of my fabrics will be from my stash.

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  22. I am binding a quilt for a customer (its the never ending quilt I'm so ready for it to ship to it's new home) and working on the SewCanshe Crazy Block sewalong, so I am using up my stash! but I want so many other fabrics. My husband is going to the GB @ SF game in Sept (he's a 49ers fan and his dad is a GB fan) and I told him he needs to buy his ticket. $300 for the flight right now and the longer he waits it's going to get more expensive and I told him whatever his ticket is is how much I get to spend on fabric! lol
    mrs(dot)hbraun(at)gmail(dot)com

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  23. I am putting in the last bit of handquilting on a tablerunner... it is looking amazing, if I must say so myself :-) Seriously though, it really does feel good when a project turns out nicely and then the decision is whether to keep it or give as a gift. Tough decision!

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  24. making a quilt using my statch. thanks

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  25. I'm making a baby quilt. Most of it is from my stash. I need about 1/2yd to have enough.

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  26. I've been making table toppers (about 6 of them), a Christmas quilt and 2 other bed quilts, all from my stash. I'm also about to start on 2 different wallhangings that will come from stash too.

    I love the quilt you've just finished piecing.

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  27. I'm working on a similar quilt to yours, except the center square is only got one frame around it. I am using some black/yellow fabric from my stash. :) thanks for the chance

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  28. I am getting a new grandbaby this summer and I am making him a quilt mostly from stash.

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  29. I am a new quilter and so am slowly building my stash. Love to look at all the pretty fabrics, do I really have to cut them up?lol

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  30. The quilt is going to be fabulous!

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  31. I always try to use my stash first but because it isn't that big, I normally have to go buy fabric for when I have a project I am working on. I did just add some to my stash when I went to the AQS show in Paducah!

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  32. I'm starting the Retro Rubies quilts and using kaffe prints from my stash!

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  33. I currently working on catching up on a couple paper-pieced blocks for a BOM I'm participating in. I've also got a bunch of BOM sampler blocks and Hawaiian star blocks that need to be pieced together into a quilt tops.

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  34. I am starting my first quilt ever from various green fabrics in my stash. would love these cute fat quarters for the next project!

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  35. I'm working on a Bottled Rainbows quilt right now, which has been great for using up scraps. I also am working on a Colorbrick quilt using my hoarded Kaffe Fassett FQs, and using up 2.5" squares with a Fading Charms quilt. I love using my stash. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  36. i am working now on an upcycled white shirt for my niece.
    thanks!

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  37. Now I'm sewing some summer clothes for my son

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  38. I'm working on a giant star quilt...and want to make some summer tops and a dress, hopefully soon! =) I am also trying to work in my stash, because I don't want to just hoard it...so that's my motivation.

    Thanks for a lovely giveaway.

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  39. I am working on basting a quilt at the moment. It is a bugger to baste too, for some reason!

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  40. Yes. I'm going to be starting a purse soon and I'll definitely be pulling out of my stash to do it!

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  41. I just finished a quilt for a friend. Most of the fabric I used was from my stash.

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  42. I am currently working on blocks for 2 quilting bees...and yes, they are to be created with fabrics from our stash! :)

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  43. I am trying to use up my stash before buying more. I am currently working on various projects for Christmas gifts this year (Harry Potter quilt, ruffle scarves, stuffed animals, etc.).

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  44. Currently I'm working on décor pillows for my daughters room. We are in the process of redecorating and giving her a 'bigger' girl room.

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  45. I am working on a scrappy quilt so I am definitely using scraps.

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  46. A better question would be what am I NOT working on?! I have soooo many WIPs at the moment. I have a slight obsession with BOMs and QALs and have to join in them all. Then I get desperately behind and never get caught up :). Thanks for a chance at some fun fabrics!

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  48. I'm working on finishing WIP's and I'm using my scraps to personalize pillow cases for the girls coming to my daughter's birthday pajama party. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  49. I'm working on an x and + quilt with my scraps!

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  50. I am currently working on Bloom Bloom Pow by Freshly Pieced and yes, I am using my stash, I agree with you, the cost of new fabric and shipping is so high!

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  51. I'm working on a scrappy trip quilt and it's completely made with stash fabrics! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  52. I am working on a color series of quilts! one more to go! i will never use up all my scraps!

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  53. I just made some scrappy pillows that are basically a West Elm knockoff - used up lots of my beautiful batiks, and now I can enjoy them daily on my sofa!

    http://bonnieprojects.blogspot.com/2013/05/caribbean-inspired-scrap-pillows.html

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  54. I'm hand quilting a turquoise and yellow quilt (the pattern is from "Sunday Morning Quilts"). About 1/2 of it was from scraps (mine and those I stole from family) -- the rest I couldn't resist buying!

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  55. I love reading all these blogs! Thanks for the giveaway! I am working on a scrappy trip around the world!

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  56. Oh my, I love these funky fabrics! I usually make scrappy quilts. My stash doesn't ever seem to shrink! Wish I had more time on my hands, I guess!

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  57. I'm working on summer hats for the kids - patchwork style!

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  58. I'm working on a table runner for Mother's Day and I'm definitely using my stash these days!

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  59. Right now I'm working on finishing a knitting project but soon I'll be sewing some baby things from my stash as the first of our college group is pregnant. Thanks for hosting!

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  60. I am making yoyos for a wall hanging (I have lowered my expectations from a coverlet!). Yoyos are a great way to use scraps though I have bought a few fat quarters to expand my source fabric.

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  61. I`m working on a short and top set for my grandson,but no it isn`t from my stash.

    vhogsett@comcast.net

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  62. I'm definitely trying to use from my stash. I've been working on a scrappy postage stamp quilt for quite some time, but I'm also making dotee dolls and other stuffed toys for trading.

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  63. Right now I'm working on a couple different projects. There's a dress (I bought some fabric for it with a half off coupon) and there's two log cabin pillow covers that I'm making with stash fabric. And this weekend, I recovered my ironing board using some of the oldest fabric in my stash. (I bought it on EBay when I first decided I wanted to sew.)

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  64. I am making two pirate quilts for my twin grandsons out of my stash. Have had the fabric for 3 years and decided I need to make do with what I have instead of buying more fabric. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  65. I'm working on a quilt for my best friend's upcoming wedding. I'm partially working from my stash for this project, but I'm trying to use my stash exclusively for others.

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  66. I am working on basics to add to my summer wardrobe!

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  67. I am working on two custom quilts and yep from my stash!

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  68. in the Moment i work in paper piecing...colour bordeaux

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  69. I am working on some applique projects! I love hand applique.

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  70. I'm working on a quilt for a friend who is ill.

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  71. I am working on a fairy quilt for my daughter. And definitely trying to use up the stash. Trying really hard to only buy things for specific needs or projects.

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  72. I have a hard time not buying new, cute fabrics that keep coming out, but I really do need to use my stash. So I'm going to start a new quilt soon.

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  73. Oh my yes, Jeanette, the prices are going through the roof! I am seriously trying to shop my stash, and only buy what is needed to complete a project. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  74. I have leftover ruffles from ruffle pants that I'm using to make aprons. I don't have a whole lot of scraps, but these are fun to use to make girly things.

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  75. I am going to start my first quilt. eeeek.
    mcintoshsusan@hotmail dot com

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  76. Thanks so much for the chance! And I'm definitely only using stash for quite a while! I'm going to see if I can go 6 months without buying any fabric. Hopefully I can do it!

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  77. i've bought ahead for a few projects so now i'm going to start working on them, and let my fabric budget build back up again... :)

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  78. I am working on a couple block of the month projects and am trying to use my stash. I have a great shop I visit and her prices are reasonable so I do buy a little new.

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  79. I'm working on totes made from cloth napkins (a DanaMadeIt tutorial) and hooded towels for my boys and my niece. footprint13@gmail.com

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  80. I'm working on a bunch of quilts for graduations, weddings and birthdays.
    Thanks for participating.

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  81. I have been working from my stash for a long time. I only go and buy a filler if I need to. I also make do with my scraps too because they make such pretty patchwork projects :-D

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  82. I'm working on baby gifts for friends, new throw pillow covers and maybe a new quilt, if I can ever finish the first one I started ;)

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  83. I am currently finishing up a bunch of old projects that were put on hold for a few years. So I guess you could say I am using up my stash in a sense!

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  84. I've got 2 Supertotes from Anna Graham's (Noodlehead) Supertote pattern! One for me and one for my mom for Mother's day. Just waiting for zippers!

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  85. Hello from Minnesota! I've got tons of projects started but dropped them all yesterday to make two new ironing board covers and pads. Now, I just keep staring at my ironing board and sighing. :)

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  86. I am trying hard to finish up a few too many Ufo's and yes I check the stash first.

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  87. I'm currently figuring out how to make my son a shirt with the Loch Ness monster on it. I will either use fabric from my stash for an applique or fabric paint. He's having a sea monster birthday party next week. :)

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  88. I am definitely using up my stash - working on some messenger bags for my nephews.

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  90. Working on some awesome pants right now

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  91. I'm working on a baby quilt for my 6 month old. unfortunately not using stash but all new fabric!

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  92. I have a few things I am working on. A quilt for my sister a quilt for my son and a quilt for my nephew.

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  93. Sewing for shelter/rescue pets at Hopeful Threads this month to use up some of mine! :)

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  94. Appliqueing the border on a round robin quilt. I'm using up scraps, too. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  95. Not working right now but will start finishing up my lucky stars of the month so that i can catch up.

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  96. We're doing a "buy no new craft supplies challenge" at our blog. So yeah... make do time for sure! Right now I'm trying to use up a bunch of yarn with a granny square afghan.

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  97. I am working on a black and blue baby quilt for my cousin's little boy. It is mostly stash but I am all out of greys, so I'll have to buy a few yards of solid.

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  98. I'm working on a really bright quilt, turquoise and neon pink, a bit out of my comfort zone but lots of fun!

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  99. I'm working on two aprons, a few half finished purses, a handful of wallets, some pillow cases, and a host of other items. The last item I finished was an iPad case. :)
    BTW - That's a great quilt, and this is a really fabulous giveaway. Such cute fabrics. Thanks, Carey

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  100. Hi I'm working on yo yo's. Thanks

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  101. I am working on a "Beach" quilt for a friend who is retiring and a baby quilt and a "Rubber Ducky" wall hanging for a soon-to-be college grad who loves rubber duckies. And then there are dozens of other designs in my mind. I'd better get busy.

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  102. I am working on a epp hexie quilt, as well as a scrappy star quilt. Thanks!

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  103. Thanks for the chance to win! I've been doing some of both - buying for swaps, and using stash for everything else!

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  104. I just ordered some knit for kids' clothes, otherwise I'm using my wovens! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  105. I am putting together the 42 blocks I made of the Scrappy Trip Along. I'm thinking of 2 Twins instead of 1 large top. I love it. Thanks for the chance.

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  106. I'm working on some doll clothes for my niece's birthday.

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  107. I am testing a new pattern - a dress for my daughter. Thank you!

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  108. I'm finishing a mini quilt for a swap! Yes, from my stash :) though I had to buy some muslin for the backing... lol.

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  109. Love that fabric! I am slowly working on 2 quilts. Thanks for the giveaway. vickise at gmail dot com

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  110. Right now I'm working on a baby gift: diaper bag, bibs and a sock monkey :) And yes, I'm using my stash.

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  111. Making a circle quilt with 2 charm packs I won a few months ago :)

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  112. I'm working on my local quilt shop's saturday sampler blocks.

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  113. I've been working on a quilt for my five year old daughter - fun pinks, red and blues!
    cynsaw2(at)yahoo(dot)ca

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  114. I am working on a king sized hexie quilt. And building a stash. I am a new quilter so I don't have much fabric. I LOVE the design of the fabric. I am all about tea cups and tea pots. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  115. I am starting on a sampler from Tula Pink's book, and am using Martha Negley prints and some solids, all from my stash. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  116. Making a toddler dress, she picked the fabrics from my stash, picked the pattern and will sew it herself.. i love sitting with my 4 year old to sew, I just have to make sure I am loaded up with patience :)

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  117. I prepare some lavender themed little things like potholders for a Lavender Market. This time I'm really just using my stash :)

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  118. I am working on a "flying by the seat of my pants" quilt at present! Literally making it up as I go along! Great giveaway :)

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  119. I'm working on a tshirt quilt for a friend. So, no real stash usage here. Hopefully this summer!

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  120. I need to use my stash, but fabric stores are just too tempting, lol.

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  121. I'm all over the place about what I want to do next: a blouse for the Mama, a tunic for me, another one for the Husband, a bag for a friend. I'll probably do the bag first. Ha! always go for the easy one. Everything will come from my stash.

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  122. My next project is burp cloths for some pregnant mamas I know and yes, I'll use my stash!

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  123. I'm going to get into my stash for a long-term hexy project!

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  124. I am currently working on a selvage spider web. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  125. I'm working on two quilts. One is using some stash, the other is new. My next one, though, will be 100% stash...unless I win! lol. Thank you for the giveaway! :)

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  126. I am working on curtains for my daughters room, not from the stash but am using my stash to make my mom a quilt.
    momik97(at)aol(dot)com

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  127. I have a quilt I need to get back to, but I bought fabric for it. I need to dip into my stash for my next project. Thanks for the giveaway! racergirl1313 AT hotmail DOT com

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  128. I've been working on scrappy pillows made from batiks - I was inspired by some from West Elm, but mine turned out even better than theirs! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  129. My definition of scrap gets smaller with the $$ of fabric these days! I try and use everything, since I love scrappy quilts that helps!

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  130. I am working on patchwork tote bucket bags.. they are fun to make

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  131. I finished a new pillow for our futon yesterday - definitely working from stash :)

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  132. I am working from my stash for a pillow I am making for a swap, but will admit to a little fabric purchase in the last week :)

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  133. bags and more bags! I'm trying to pull from my stash but I keep finding more reasons to buy fabric :)

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  134. Working from my stash to make quilts for my daughters right now.

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  135. I agree, budget is tight these days. I've resorted to hitting the stash as much as possible!!!! I'm about to start a commissioned quilt (twin size) so hopefully the cash from that will help with my next purchases :)

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  136. A quilt for my living room...nope, not using stash...had to buy more!
    sntbosch(at)me(dot)com

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  137. I'm currently working on a baby quilt!

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  138. Making a kaleidoscope quilt for my son and daughter in law

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  139. In the planning stages of some quilts - yes, all from the stash except for maybe backing on one of them!

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  140. I'm working on smaller projects right now - some placemats and strip blocks when I gather enough scrap strips! I'm a new quilter so I don't have a stash yet. :(

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  141. I'm actually knitting at the moment, but want to make myself a grocery bag dispenser (http://www.psiquilt.com/2009/06/grocery-bag-despenser-tutorial.html) later this week! I think Inkjet Designs fabric would be lovely for that!

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  142. I'm currently working on a car playmat for my newphew, thanks for the giveaway!

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  143. Lovely fabrics. Well at the moment I am working on some Casual Lady tops for my mama for Mother's Day. I wasn't sure I had the fabrics I wanted to use in my stash so I looked all around at the fabric store yesterday. Still, I just didn't find what I was looking for style wise and price wise. So it was back to the stash. And when I started really looking, yes, I did find some nice fabrics to use. Lately, I'm all about the stash busting :)

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  144. love these prints and yes i try to use my stash but when i feel like buying i check estate sales and i have a favorite thrift store that usually has some awesome retro fabric.

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  145. Next project is a dinosaur hat for my son, bui have some funky cow fabric I am itching to sew...

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  146. LOVE THESE FABRICS!YES,I'M TRYING TO USE WHAT I HAVE;CURRENTLY MAKING A QUEEN SIZE BED QUILT OF STAR BLOCKS! THANKS SO FOR SHARING!
    HAPPY STITCHING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  147. I need to start using my stash faster then I replenish it! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  148. Hi, I working on a couple of quilts...and i'm trying to build up my stash.

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  149. I am working on quilts and trying hard to use up my stash.

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  150. I am working on a small quilt for my bathroom wall!

    amyd14_1999@yahoo.com

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  151. I'm also trying to use my stash, but I need to get same fabric to back a quilt. I'm waiting for just the right fabric to go on sale.

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  152. I'm using my stash, the problem is I keep replenishing it.

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  153. Definitely stash busting right now.

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  154. I just finished my daughter's baby quilt and now I'm starting on her nursery curtains! christina112358 at gmail dot com

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  155. I love the tea cups! I need those for some placemats and mugrugs!I started my first scrap quilt last night... I don't really like scrappy quilts, but will make one and hopefully it will change my mind..but I LOVE keeping and orgainzing scraps!!!

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  156. LOL, I just bought a a very large bundle of fabric! Plans are made for making baby quilts for sale and some gorgeous pillows just for me, myself and I.
    Esthersipatchandquilt at yahoo dot com

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  157. Currently working on some summer coasters.

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  158. currently working on some quilts I started over the winter.

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  159. Your quilt is beautiful and the fabrics for your giveaway are lovely! I don't have a big stash. I have several UFO's and once they all get done maybe I'll have more. You are right though, with high prices of quilting fabric and supplies I really am going to focus on my UFO's and "try" not to start anything new, it's hard, sigh.

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  160. I am trying to finish up some quilts and make a carry on bag for an upcomming trip thanks for the chance to enter

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  161. I am making a bunch of tote bags! Thank you! atabanana29(at)gmail(dot)com

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  162. I've got six quilts in the works and finishing up my blocks for Quilts for Boston request.

    I appreciate all these giveaways, so thank you for this opportunity to win.

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  163. Well, I am trying to use my stash. But I somehow keep buying more! i am working on several gift quilts right now, and use my stash for most of it...

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  164. Right now I more adding to my stash. I am using up scraps on string blocks.

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  165. I built up last yr, so I am making large projects because my family tripled, new grandbabies

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  166. Well this week I am working on embroideries but I AM using fabric from my stash for the background fabric for them (some fun blenders instead of plain white). Thank you for the giveaway!

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  167. I'm making a cathedral quilt to use scraps and a shirt for me.

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  168. I have a few quilt tops to be quilted, and am trying to organize and use up my stash and scraps. I like making do with what I have because it's more of a creative challenge.

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  169. I'm making right now an oven mitt using my fabric left over from other projects.

    Thank you for the giveaway!
    Lolo :)

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  170. I have been using up my stash making stuffies for charity.

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  171. I'm making some Summer clothes for my children, using my stash, I can't buy more fabrics at the moment ;)
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  172. I'm making patchwork twirly skirts for my nieces, and yes I'm using my stash. Then I'll make some potholders and assorted kitchen stuff for a wedding shower. More stash goodness.

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  173. I'm currently working on my first tote bag. I'm quite new to sewing, so am slowly trying to build up a stash! :-)

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  174. I am in the process of moving so I am packing up my sewing room. This gives me the chance to "shop" my stash. I have set aside some fabrics to make a great new school tote as soon as I get settled in my new home.

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  175. Working to finish a quilt for my cousin. And yes, working through my stash a bit.

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  176. I am working on a baby quilt for my nephew. I want to use up my stash, but I keep choosing projects for which I am low on a color or don't have large enough cuts of fabric. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  177. I am working on a t-shirt memory quilt for my aunt. I am not using up stash on that--I bought lots of new fabric for it! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  178. I'm working on a baby quilt for a friend - I bought some new fabric but also pulled from stash. I hear you about things being tight - next September I'm going to start a stash-only 9 months!

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  179. I'm using up my flannel stash making baby blankets.
    peachstateme (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  180. I am using my stash right now on a low volume quilt.

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  181. I am working on using up a lot of my stash. My next stash project is a baby quilt for a friend from church.

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  182. I am working on a scrappy string star quilt (16” blocks), a scrappy EPP 1.5” hexagon project, and the Fresh Lemons “Prism” pattern in a quilt for my dad.

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  183. I am working through my quilt to-do list! My list of WIPs is never-ending!

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  184. I am working with my stash, because every time I think about buying some fabric, my darling husband points to my dresser of fabric and says "what about that stuff?" I finally cut into some Kaffe Fassett I was hoarding.

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  185. I am making summer clothes for my 3 youngest, using just a very small portion of my stash.

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  186. I'm in the planning stages of updating my wardrobe, and yes, I will be stash busting when I get to sewing.

    majorasue(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  187. Thanks for a great giveaway. Right now, I am finishing up some UFO's. Then I will be digging into my stash to make a quilt for my bed.

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  188. I'm working on Elizabeth Hartman's Planetarium quilt using vintage sheets and I'm challenging myself to use my stash for the borders, background, and backing. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  189. I'm working on a quilt for my sister, probably about half of it is from my stash :)

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  190. This year I am totally sewing from stash, mostly from my scrap drawer, it was stuffed.

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  191. I just started a quilt for my sister. I'm afraid it's all new batiks. However, as a leader/ender project I'm using stash on a scrappy quilt.

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  192. i am making some onesie appliques this weekend... i am HORRIBLE about using saved stashes. i buy and then can't decide what to do with what i got! but i'm going to try really hard to make a new quilt with fabric i already have.

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  193. We're selling our house and I've packed all of my things away for now. I'm hoping to get it back out soon to make a few summer skirts.

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  194. I am working on baby quilts right now and was able to use some of my stash.

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  195. I am working on a quilt and I am using my stash and recycling old sheets and table cloths. I use just about anything I can make fabric out of. Thank you for this giveaway.

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  196. I am working on lap quilts and yes, using up my stash. I am finding fabrics I didn't even know I had!

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  197. I have been working on a quilt for the Hands 2 Help charity quilt drive. And yes, I did use fabric from my stash. I've been trying to do that lately, but sometimes I black out and there is a package on its way to me. Think I have a problem?

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  198. Started some EPP . I should be using stash, but I bought new for this project

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