Thursday, November 21, 2013

Giving Thanks – Quilters’ Blog Hop Party CLOSED

 Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways
This give-away is now closed
Will do a new post on winners....yes as in two!!!
Thanks!!


Welcome to all the folks coming by from the Quilter's Blog Hop Party  Michelle is hosting again this year!! A big thank you to her as she  always does a wonderful job making it fun for every one!

Hope you all are having fun checking out all the new to you blogs and fun things being offered as give-aways! When you are finished here hop on over here see the list of other blogs playing along!


My give-away is this Christmas themed bundle! After all it is almost here.
Maybe you can whip up some quick gifts or add to your stash for later use. I understand stash enhancement as well as the next fabric hoarder!!;-)

http://ansewon.blogspot.com/

One of my most popular posts , albeit an old one, is my quick pot holders
These would be so very festive made up with the fat quarters.
Table runners make up fast also!  Here is one I did in reds, one in more modern holiday fabrics, or simple patch work around a stitchery.

Now for a very quick gift just sew up, quilt and embellish this large baby quilt size panel with the backing included in the bundle!
It is a cute one called  Good Night Santa by Sharon Reynolds of Tenderberry Stitches by Northcott.


http://ansewon.blogspot.com/
 You could also cut out designs and use them in some applique projects as shirts or small quilts.
http://ansewon.blogspot.com/
 Make up some cute stockings or aprons.
http://ansewon.blogspot.com/
 The border would look sweet on some guest towels!
http://ansewon.blogspot.com/
The backing matches the panel but could become a project on its own!
Mary of Quilt Hollow sent me this link to share about sewing and quilting up panels from All People Quilt!  Check it out! Some cute ideas there!


Do please look around and see what I get up too from time to time!
I would love for you to be a follower of my blog but it is not necessary to be in this drawing.



 Now the nitty gritty info to put your name in the hat for this bundle! I do not like lots of hoop jumping on give-aways so mine is simple! Open to all . Will ship Internationally.

Simply leave a comment telling me what you may do with the fabrics.

Please add your email in your entry comment even if you have one attached to your blogger ID.

If I can not contact you will choose another comment!

Also after I send the email out and receive no response in a couple days will choose another comment.

  Give-away will close on Nov 26, 2013. CLOSED!

Thanks so much for popping in! 
I am off to do my own fun visiting around the blog party as well!

174 comments:

  1. Do you get emails from ALLPEOPLEQUILT? They had a tab showing all kinds of quilt projects to make from panels. I thought how cool...but geez I don't own a panel. Let me see if I find the link to send to you.

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  2. To be perfectly honest, at this point in the year, the fabric will definitely be hoarded until next summer, when I'll have time to look it over and have fun with it!!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  3. I love the panel, that is awesome.. would love to know where I can get it online. I wouldn't be able to use the fabrics at this time either except to say that I'd add them in a future project or as part of a block.

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  4. I am itching to make a giant log cabin quilt in Christmas Fabrics, and also a Christmas giant star quilt. I am a follower.

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  5. Great fabrics. Thank you for the chance to enter your giveaway. I think these would make lovely dishtowels for Christmas. conn_and_vans_mom atyahoodotcom

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  6. Mug rugs and Christmas stockings. I am here for the party. Thanks for sharing. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com.

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  7. ohhh I'd love to make some cute mug rugs with that fabric

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  8. Love the fabric). Christmas stockings for my boys) Thank you!

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  9. I think the fabrics would make some great holiday hot pads. :) Thanks for the chance to win. I am a new follower. rnkelli@aol.com

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  10. That sure is simple, I will most assuredly use them to embellish dish cloths because that is what I have been making recently.

    Smiles,
    Kelly
    IHaveANotion@yahoo.com

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  11. Ooh, I have the perfect project for these! I received some orphan Christmas themed blocks from another blog last year and these would be great to finish it!
    lisa(at)vetteklisa(dot)com

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  12. I need to make some holiday stockings! So that is what I would use them for! thank you~!

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  13. I dont have very much Christmas fabric so this would be great to win to make stockings or table runners. Thanks

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  14. Great ideas on the panel! And great fabrics! I've never been to your blog before. I'm going to go check out more of it. :)

    Deborah Richmond
    drichmond@tekkbuzz.com

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  15. Love the holiday fabrics. I would make a lap quilt with them to proudly display on the back of my couch for the holidays.
    Janet.langley@gmail.com

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  16. Quilt aprons stockigns ETC limitless possibilitys

    cbrocious1984 AT gmail dot com

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  17. Love the snowmen =)
    I will make a christmas wall hanging.

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  18. Just love the fabrics, they are great. I would make a tree skirt, and place mates. I'm in the middle of doing christmas ideals now. My favorite time of year....Thanks for the chance to win. I am a follower

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  19. I went and looked back at your runners and I think I will make one of those.

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  20. I'm a follower and would love to make a tree skirt with those fabrics.

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  21. Most every fabric I get goes into a quilt!
    chrissherman1669 (at) yahoo.com

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  22. i would use them to make a baby quilt to donate. i have never seen a christmas quilt for a baby babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  23. I would make a wall hanging and some hot pads for the holidays.

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  24. I have a pattern for a Christmas quilt that would work great with the prints. Not sure what I would do with the panel but it wouldn't go to waste.

    syvisser@gmail(dot)com

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  25. Would make wall hangings for my family. Thank you.
    kelly32@citlink.net

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  26. Love the fabric you chose and if I were the lucky winner I think that I would make place mats and matching tablerunner! Thanks!

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  27. love Christmas fabric. I see a Christmas quilt in my future and your fabric would greatly enhance what I already have. Thanks for the chance to enter your giveaway. susaninkansas@cox.net

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  28. Love the fabric! They would make great gift bags or an ornament project with the grandkids. mgreen2427@live.com

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  29. If I won I'd stash it away with the rest of the Christmas fabric I've been collecting to eventually make a full sized Christmas quilt. Thanks for the lovely giveaway

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      gevin13{at}gmail{dot}com

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  30. I don't have alot of Christmas fabric. I just got a pattern for a 10 minute table runner, so maybe I couldmake a few of those. Thanks

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  31. I would take it to quilt retreat and work on something for Christmas, thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.

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  32. I would likely make something for my grandchildren , they are very cute fabrics , thanks for the chance

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  33. The fabrics are so cool. I'll probably put them back for a while since holidays are so hectic. Next year I'll make a quilt for my first and only great-grandchild, so far anyway

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  34. The fabrics are absolutely gorgeous! I'm thinking I could make some really nice Christmas themed totes to use as gift bags for the little small gifts I give out to my siblings. That would be the cutest thing! It would also be really nice to make a table runner to decorate my table for our holiday party.

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  35. Who doesn't love Christmas fabric!! Thank u
    I would probably make runners

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  36. I love holiday themed table runners so I would love to use the Christmas fabrics to make some! Thanks for the chance to win.
    jklmengland at windstream dot net

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  37. What a splendid bundle of cheer! I would stitch up some table runners too, I'm seriously lacking in this department.
    Thank you for the chance.

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  38. I love anything to do with Christmas, so would be tickled to win your panel and backing. I think I would fussy cut it and make a fun throw. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  39. You've given me lots of ideas for using those fabrics! I like the idea of stash enhancement - LOL. Thanks for the chance!

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  40. These fabrics are beautiful. Thank you so much for the giveaway. I would use them for table runners and placemats.

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  41. I'd love to make some gift bag/baskets out of them to hold in everyone's gifts!

    --Jo-- patchaday [at] gmail [dot] com

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  42. I would love to have more holiday quilts and items for the Christmas season. Even make quilty projects for the children and grandchildren. It only has been recently that i have been interested in holiday and season quilt projects. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  43. You have shared lots of great ideas to use these fabrics- Christmas mug rugs and pot holders would be fun- so many choices to create- not enough time LOL.
    Thanks for participating in the blog hop. Regards from Alberta,
    Canada,
    Anna

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  44. I like to make Christmas gift bags and small totes. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  45. Love your site. I would make pillowcases for our Santa Hamper drive
    marnietrudo@gmail.com

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  46. I would probably take a panel and make a Linus quilt. But they also make easy and quick wall hanging.
    Sandy L

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  47. I think I would make a quilt for my new grand baby that will arrive in March. swtpea0348@yahoo.com

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  48. Thanks so much for sharing. I see a table runner.

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  49. I think they will be great in mug rugs, potholders, table runner and such. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  50. I think a table runner or maybe work in my stash and add a few to make a wall hanging. My goal, at some point, will be to have seasonal wall hangings for a spot on my wall. I have been trying to hoard up some fabric lol! Thanks
    daniel.stephanie1997@gmail.com

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  51. A holiday wall hanging I think. Thanks for being part of the hop!

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  52. Thanks for the potholder tutorial. I would probably use some of the Christmas fabrics to make potholders and mug rugs or other Christmas gifts. Thanks, Sheri @ sunshineintheattic@yahoo.com

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  53. tsvande@gmail.com
    I will make a table runner!!
    Teresa

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  54. Love your blog. Just checking in to say hi. I found it via the Blog-Hop. I will definitely be back. Thank you for hosting the giveaway. I would make a beautiful wall hanging. Pick me, Pick me. :) LOL!

    Kimee
    http://www.kimeeklutter.com/blog

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  55. Blog hops are fun ways to see more peoples blog - thanks. I think the panel would make a nice wall hanging.

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  56. I don't know! I need to make so many things at this point, I would probably just hold on until I did some planning. :)

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  58. I think they would be cute in a table runner. Thanks for chance to win.

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  59. I want to make some table runners! Thank you for the opportunity to win such beautiful fabric!!
    midwayfarms@hughes.net

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  60. I love Christmas fabric. I world love to make some gift bags!

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  61. I would love to make some pot holders for gifts and I have a few grandchildren that need Christmas Stockings. Thanks for sharing the tutorial for pot holders.

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  62. I love your bundle! Keep my fingers crossed and exploring your blog!

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  63. There is a new baby girl in our family and I would love to make her a Christmas quilt. When my own children were small we had a special set of flannel sheets for their beds that was put on on Christmas Eve morning and stayed on until New Year's Day. The sheets had the Nativity scene including Wise Men, Shepherds, and Angels. I wish I had made them Christmas quilts to sleep under. Hopefully, I can make that happen for the new little one.

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  64. Wall hanging? Not sure. I have to actually see it before I am inspired! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  65. It would be perfect for a baby winter quilted blanket! Thanks so much for this great giveaway...

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  66. I just started sewing and will definitely think of a perfect project if I win these fabrics. thank you for the giveaway
    thirtythree80@gmail.com

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  67. I'd use the fabric bundle for some mug rugs and pot holders!
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  68. I'd like to do a table topper.

    mystica123athotmaildotcom

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  69. I have been and looked at the pot holders, so simple and very effective, I am going to make some for myself and maybe 2 sets for gifting. And I am going to follow, I love these hops, I find so many good blogs.
    pamdungar2010@hotmail.co.uk

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  70. I would make a table runner, table mats and mini quilts to hang. Wonderful giveaway. Thanks.

    robertson564@hotmail.com

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  71. I've been thinking about making a Christmas Tree Skirt for my best friend's mum. But never had the right fabrics. I feel like these could be great for a tree skirt :)

    Thanks for the chance!

    lias(dot)handmades(at)gmail(dot)com

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  72. I love Christmas fabrics - I would make pot holders and tea towels. Fun giveaway!

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  73. Love your pot holder idea, I'm actually working on some hotpads myself! Thanks for a lovely giveaway.

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  74. I'd make wall hangings, they are one of my favorite decorating ideas.

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  75. These would be perfect in the scrappy Christmas quilts I am making my children! I am now following via gfc.
    sowingstitches [at] gmail [dot] com

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  76. The panel is sweet and so many possiblities.

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  77. The Christmas fabrics would come in handy, because I'm hoping to make some small Christmas stockings as gifts this year. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  78. Christmas is just around the corner too!! Oh dear! I like the idea of using those panel blocks in other projects. A table runner would be cute.

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  79. Great giveaway! I love the fabric and one can never have enough Christmas fabric. I am into making potholders this year so I figure I could do them since they are fast and easy! suebee12 at gmail dot com

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  80. I would probably make pot holders as Christmas gifts. Enjoyed your blog and thanks for a chance to win.
    sandi1100 at yahoo dot com

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  81. I think the fabrics would make great little pincushions for quilting friends! Thanks

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  82. Maybe some place mats for christmas day.
    jen.barnard@btinternet.com

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  83. A table runner. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  84. I belong to a online group that cross stitches squares and send to me to make into quilts.. I have Christmas designs and the fabric would be perfect for a Christmas scrappy quilt

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  85. I am making a Christmas quilt and they would be perfect for the diamond blocks. Thanks

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  86. Thank you so much for the wonderful chance to win your giveaway. I would definitely make a table runner.

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  87. I would make a table runner.
    dana.cargill@gmail.com

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  88. Thank you for a wonderful giveaway. The quilt panel is lovely, I have a friend that is expecting a Christmas baby and this would make a perfect gift made into a quilt.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  89. perhaps a runner for the foot of my bed:) dfnanney@gmail.com

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  90. Yippee! The first Christmas fabric I have come across so far in this hop! I made my first potholder and it was so much fun, I want to make one for all my ladies on my Christmas list. :) Thanks so much
    craftyccain@gmail.com

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  91. I think I would make potholders or hot pads. Maybe placemats.

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  92. Christmas Placemats are needed for Dh and I. Thanks for the Giveaway.

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  93. I am designing a Christmas quilt for my guest room, these would be a great addition to it!

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  94. I would make a mini wallhanging with these goodies!

    Susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  95. Wow, you are so nice to share! I'm pretty busy right now, so I would probably stash the fabrics (so glad you understand...) and hopefully make something cute for my mother and mother-in-law next Christmas! I would love to make each of them a table runner.

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  96. I will make, mug rugs, pottholder and maybe a tablerunner. thanks for doing this
    Gunda

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  97. I think it will end up in my stash until 2014. This time of the year I have no business starting anything new. Thanks!

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  98. I would definitely make a couple of pot holders from your tutorial. I think the rest would be great for a scrappy table runner or place mats and the panel would make a great lap quilt. I love your Santa's sleigh stitchery...can you tell me where you got the pattern from. Thank you for sharing! anglanouette at gmail dot com

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  99. We always have a potholder or mug rug exchange at our Christmas windup, so would use the fabric there.

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  100. I'm planning to make a Christmas scrap quilt and your fabric would fit in perfectly. Thanks for the giveaway.
    wlinda_ca@yahoo.com

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  101. I'm thinking seriously about christmas hot pads this year,and I make christmas bags for presents and scrappy pillowcases,. They are a hit. Thanks.
    bc(underscore)hats (at) hotmail(dot)com

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  102. I still have a tree skirt and some stockings on my to do list, so this fabric would come handy. Thanks for the chance!

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  103. Love your Christmas fabrics. Thanks for sharing about the pot holders with us. I would use the fabrics to complete some small Christmas gifts that I am making.
    some mug rugs, ornaments and fabric postcards. Thank
    you so much for the chance to win!
    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  104. Love your blog. The Christmas fabric is lovely, thanks for sharing. I would use the fabric to make stocking ornaments. My new favorite project!

    djsoborski at yahoo.com

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  105. I try to make a Christmas quilt each year so these fabrics would be perfect for next year's!

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  106. I would use some of the fabric for a Christmas appliqued tree skirt and some I would use for the middle of log cabin blocks

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  107. I think I would make some table clothing for christmas :)
    mmyheartishere@gmail.com

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  108. Great fabrics! I would love to make a table runner!

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  109. I am currently on a Tammy Bag kick (pattern from Madame Samm) and I think a bag would look cute in some of these fabrics...

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  110. oops! forgot to add my email! sewingblogsarefun at yahoo dot com

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  111. thank you for the chance to win. I think I would make a few pot holders and maybe a table runner. saskriverathotmaildotcom

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  112. Thank you for a great give away with beautiful fabrics. I think I would make a table runner. Happy thanksgiving!

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  113. I would definitely do some mug rugs, and maybe a table runner, depending on time. Love the fabrics!

    pippirose59@gmail.com

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  114. Mug rugs, pot holders, and tissue holders

    Nhsarab at yahoo dot com

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  115. Can't have too many table runners!

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  116. I've never made a Christmas quilt? I love your potholder tutorial, maybe some Christmas pot holders would be nice. Thanks for the generous giveaway!

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  117. Hello, thanks for the opportunity to win. If I won I would include the fabrics in a scrappy Christmas Quilt.

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  118. Great giveaway and I am a follower!

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  119. thinking mug rugs. Beautiful fabric

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  120. I'd do table stuff to go on my new dining room table. Thanks for the chance to win. samlbutrim@gmail.com

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  121. I am putting together Christmas quilts for each of my guest rooms-this would be a great win!

    painting4him@rochester.rr.com

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  122. I am seeing some cute Christmas pillows in this.

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  123. Love the Christmas Fabric bundle. I would use it to make some table runners and pot holders and donate them to a abused women's shelter to make their Christmas a little bit more jolly. Doris sdazil@yahoo.com

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  124. Love the bundle would make great fabric microwave bowl Christmas gifts. Only 24 finish making. Of your my favorite would be the red runner. It's really eye candy.

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  125. Christmas fabric, how fun! I'd make a Christmas stocking.

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  126. I think I would have to decide, stockings, or a tree skirt!

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  127. The Christmas fabric would look cute as a table runner with potholders to match maybe even some napkins. They would make great Christmas gifts.

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  128. The fabric would be great to make a Christmas wall hanging. Pottershands2@hotmail.com

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  129. I love Christmas fabrics and would make something quick and easy like place mats. Best wishes and thanks for the giveaway. Sheryl@telecable.es

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  130. I like not only your fabrics but also your quick pot holder pattern. I would try to make some pot holders if I won the fabric. I like your blog tutorials and patterns. Thank you.
    herndonz@yahoo.com

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  131. Lovely fabric. I would make a tablerunner, placemats and with the scraps I probably make little ornaments to give the children all around.
    Thank you for the chance to win.

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  132. Lovely Giveaway. I would make some placemats

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  133. I enjoy reading your blog and have made the potholders thank you so much for the tutorial. After petting the material for a few months I'd like to try to make an advent calendar out of it. Enjoying the blog hop, glad you are a part of it!
    phylliscurl@gmail.com

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  134. Great blog! I have recently began creating pillowcases and bags...these would make fabulous gifts in these spectacular fabrics! Thank you for sharing. brend_ack@yahoo.com

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  135. I would make mug rugs and travel mug bags.
    Melissa
    teeitup1@tampabay.rr.com

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  136. I'd make some Christmas stockings. Thanks!!

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  137. I would so use this material bundle to finish my Christmas table runner gifts for my siblings ... thanks for the opportunity and your generosity ... love your tutorials

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  138. I would probably make a couple of table runners as gifts.

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  139. I'd make a Christmas quilt for my granddaughter. She would love that Santa. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  140. I would like to make a table runner or some place mats. Thanks for the opportunity to be involved with this Blog Hop. I've enjoyed reading many of your previous posts. I'm definitely putting you on my "visit daily"list. Have a wonderful fabric filled holiday.
    Rae (nrhaller@aol.com)

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  141. Thanks for the nice tutorial for your pot holder! That Good Night Santa panel looks that it would make a really lovely baby quilt. I have 2 babies coming in the family. No idea whether a girl or a boy but that would make a really cute quilt for either one! I'm following via bloglovin'. Thanks for the chance to win! tamichaulk at gmail dot com.

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  142. I would make a quilt for our great granddaughter's first Christmas.
    ray.joan.hanson@gmail.com

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  143. I think I would use these to make some decorations for next Christmas to give as gifts. I would also use some to add a scrappy border to the tree skirt I am making. SO many great ideas for these fabrics. Thanks for sharing your blog.
    mhairia77(at)gmail(dot)com

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  144. I think I will make a table runner or a wall hanging with the lovely fabrics.

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  145. Love the fabrics!! thank you for the chance to win. I would be selfish this time and actually make some x-mas decorations for our home this time! My son has claimed most of my other projects "for when he gets his own place" lol so need to make new for us!!!

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  146. I would make a Christmas table runner, and maybe some mug rugs.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  147. Those fq's would make some great last minute quick projects... which I am in need of! LOL. THanks for the great giveaway, and Happy Thanksgiving to you.

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  148. Thanks for the chance to win!
    ksmith8@emich.edu

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  149. I would love to make a table runner. Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  150. I would make a table runner for my Christmas table. Thank you for the opportunity to win these gorgeous fabrics.
    cjtrez@mighty.co.za

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  151. I'm thinking mug rugs out of your cute fabrics - thanks for your giveaway!

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  152. I would probably make a bag!! So cool!

    tgallop@mts.net
    www.willcookforshoes.ca

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  153. Love your site. I would make stockings for the children at the Christian preschool where my daughter is the director. Every year they adopt several families for Christmas and I try to make blankets and other handmade items for them, including the Moms. They need joy in their lives too. This preschool works with high-risk families and does a great job, and is a real asset to our community. Thanks for this opportunity, Jackie Have a blessed life.

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  154. Sorry, forgot email, jackie.vernon@sbcglobal.net or at gmail address Thanks again jackie

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  155. I like your pot holder idea. I could use some new ones :) amateurquilter at gmail

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  156. I would make pot holder or a wall hangin. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  157. I would definitely enhance my Christmas stash! Thanks for the chance!

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  158. I would make a Christmas table runner - probably with matching coasters!

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  159. Thank you for the giveaway, maybe I would make some stockings.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  160. My mom has been asking me to make her a holiday table topper. I have several patterns that are perfect for these beautiful fabrics.
    Denise editor@thegam.com

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  161. What a cute fabric line and panel... I can see many wall hangings and pot holders in my future.

    Thanks for a chance.
    jleibfried@aol.com

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  162. I make adorable matryoshka doll ornaments and I like to use christmas prints as the backs ;) Thanks for the chance! lapaceksorchard at gmail dot com

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  163. Nice giveaway. I would probably put the fabric in my stash and use it for Christmasy things that I decide to make at the last minute for Christmas. :)

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  164. Christmas gifts for sure! Thanks for hosting! pbstrand@msn.com

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  165. I would hoard most of them for a while. Some of them I might applique on to towels as gifts. Or my mother would grab them & do that before me. ll_gee at hotmail dot com

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  166. thank you for the giveaway-- I love Christmas fabric and thought I would make car trash bags out of some of the fabric and perhaps placemats too.
    cjscraftcorner(at)gmail(dot)com

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  167. I would make some i-pad covers for gifts.
    mhuewe@redlake.k12.mn.us

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  168. Well, Christmas mug rugs would be a possibility for some folks on my list. Also, I don't have a Christmas quilt so possibly some fabrics may work well in one. debgirotti at gmail dot com

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