Saturday, June 5, 2010

Tufted Tweets Giveaway!!

Becca and I have been fans of Laurie Wisbrun for a while now. We've both bought fabric from her Etsy store. Donkeys in Wellies, Urban Circus, oh my! Such fun designs and vibrant colors.

Laurie's first release with Robert Kaufman is Tufted Tweets, a whimsical study of birds and chairs in three luscious palettes - Grass, Orchid and Sorbet. We'll have the entire line in our store tomorrow and have fat quarters, half yards and fat quarter assortments ready to go then.



We will be giving away three fat quarter 4-packs (four designs in one colorway) on Friday, June 11 to three lucky winners. Leave a comment and let us know what fabulous project you want to tackle with these lovelies. If you need some suggestions, Laurie's blog has some great ones.

Also become a fan of Sew Fresh Fabrics on Facebook to be alerted when other new Market arrivals come in. Thanks.

Top photo courtesy of Laurie.

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262 comments:

  1. Wouldn't chair cushions be awesome? I'd love to recover my dining room chairs in this line. Our dining room is a deep plum, so the fabrics are perfect!

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  2. I would love to make a quilt with these beautiful fabrics. thanks!

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  3. I am thinking pillows for the sofa (maybe with burlap mixed in for fun?) and a throw for the sofa.
    Kathy

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  4. I'm thinking that I'd like to include these in a quilt. I think they be perfect for snuggling under. Thank you for this giveaway.

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  5. I would love to use these to make throw pillows for my chairs and couch; appropriate given the pattern I think! :o)

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  6. I think these are prfect for pillows!, but I could be tempted into some placemats, too!

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  7. I would like to make a tablecloth for the kitchen....in the kitchen you need something fresh and funky!!!

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  8. I would love to make a fun table runner with these!

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  9. Count me in, FOR SURE! I'm tempted to use it for a guest bed quilt...
    -Liz

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  10. Actually I'd just love to make anything for myself for a change!!! Always seem to be doing things for other people, mainly my daughter and her friends. I'd love to make a quilt for my own bed...

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  11. I would love to make a baby quilt. These fabrics are too adorable!

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  12. These must go on pillows, I think.

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  13. oh my gosh, the project possibilities are endless! But since we just bought a new house, and will be moving in just two weeks, I think these would become pillow covers or place mats for our new kitchen!

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  14. pillows or a quilt .. or a little in both!!

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  15. My family is relocating to Seattle where we are going to buy a fun, modern townhome in the middle of the city. I'm going to use this fabric line to decorate our new living room! There will definitely be a few pillows and a lap quilt. And maybe even some wall art. :)

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  16. I would love to frame some, and maybe make my first ever quilt??? I LOVE these!!!

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  17. I woudl love to cut into these fabric for a quilt on my sons bed! thanks for a chance.

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  18. I would LOVE to make a quilt just like the one Ashley from Film in the Fridge made . . . it's such a great design!

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  19. Hymm. So beautiful you almost hate to cut them up (and I'm a quilter?). Seriously, I'd love to make a quilt with these beautiful fabrics as the focal fabric.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  20. The fabrics look great.I think they would make an awesome disappearing 9 patch quilt or some folder covers for my furniture designer cousin.

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  21. YUM! I'd use them as accents--a chair patch pocket on a skirt, a hidden sofa lining in a bag... little secret treats.

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  22. Since my cinch sack pattern uses up exactly 4 fat quarters, I would most likely make one of those. What fun fabrics!

    MGM

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  23. Oh, I would love to make a throw-sized quilt for the family room with these yummy fabrics!

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  24. I would love to make a quilt with these utterly gorgeous fabrics.
    Micki

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  25. These colors would be perfect for a new quilt for my daughter's new apt!

    thanks for great give away!

    SheilaC

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  26. Well, I keep reading new blog posts about hexagons. I'm going on a road trip soon, and would love to try them with these darling fabrics. :)

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  27. Oh these are bright and fun. I think a new "lunch at work" set (knapkin, fabric lunch bag, wallet for "lunch money") would be a joy.

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  28. Chair cushions were my first thought, too--especially on a patio or porch!

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  29. I would make a cool, funky purse out of these fabrics because the rich colors would catch the eye and the patterns would make me smile everytime I saw those birds and chairs and sofas!

    Jan
    www.anotherhatchettjob.blogspot.com

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  30. These would be great as overstuffed pillows for the couch.

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  31. As much as I think they'd be boffo on furniture, I'm too much of a quilter not to make at least one.

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  32. I think this just screams accent pillows!

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  33. Laurie had the colorways for tufted tweets designed into modern quilts, and I would make one of them. The fabric is just beautiful with the birds. mlwright29 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  34. These are just fantastic. My daughter (an industrial design student) loves chairs and vintage furniture. I think these fabrics would make a great seat cushion/pillow and quilt for her cute apartment.

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  35. I love these fabrics...just saw them for the first time somewhere the other day...your picture really shows how vibrant and bright the colors are! My project idea might sound a little crazy...but I've been making skirts lately and have found a way to use fat quarters for the pattern I'm using!

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  36. I would love to make a quilt with these fabrics!

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  37. Oh my goodness, these area so lovely. I would dearly love to make a table runner for the new house we will be moving to this summer :-) What a cheerful way to add color.

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  38. I have been waiting and waiting for these to arrive!! My favorite fabrics ever!!! I'd quilt the daylights out of these lovelies. :) Thank you!

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  39. Love these fabrics. I would make a quilt like some of the gorgeous ones I've seen around.

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  40. Placemats!! I finally figured out what I'm doing and I love these.

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  41. You know what I love best about this fabric line? A fabric line that would just as well in a quilt for a boy as well as a girl!

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  42. Maybe a checkerboard, or maybe an irish chain, I'm wanting to do something easy an fun with these happy prints! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  43. Oh, a quilt for sure. I have always been a more traditional quilter and have many 1800 reproduction fabrics and florals but have never made a quilt from such fun, colorful fabric. I think I could get addicted. Thanks for the chance - love these fabrics!

    galew417@comcast.net

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  44. I want to make some funky market sacks and those purple fabrics would be wonderful!
    Munaiba

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  45. I love this fabric! I'd really like to try the quilt that Ashley from Film in the Fridge designed using her fabric.

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  46. I think they'd be awesome for patchwork curtains in the playhouse at Mum and Poppa's house.

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  47. These prints are so much fun! I would make some cushion covers for the family room couch! Thanks for the chance!

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  48. pillows, "sofa blankets", anything really. love the lines.

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  49. The fabrics are gorgeous. I would love to make a table topper, placemats, runner oh the list could just keep on going.

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  50. Love these fabrics! I'd use them to make a wall hanging for my sewing room! Thanks for the chance to win them!

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  51. I would love to make a quilt out of those fabrics!

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  52. I think I'd use them to make some of those quilt-as-you-go squares for pillow tops!! They are gorgeous!!

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  53. I would love to make a quilt like the one designed by Ashley from film in the fridge!

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  54. What fun fabric! I can see a new tote bag, pillow covers....just wonderful splashes of color to brighten up just about anything.

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  55. I'd love to make a clutch or makeup bag!!

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  56. I've been anxiously awaiting this line for so long! I'll definitely be using it to make a picnic quilt.

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  57. I'd definitely make pillows with this line. Chair covers would be great as well, but I have nothing to cover at the moment. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  58. I was thinking of a strip quilt similar to the one in Laurie's blog posted here: http://lauriewis.blogspot.com/2010/05/tufted-tweets-goes-to-quilt-market.html

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  59. Nice, bright, fabrics! One of my current projects is a red and white quilt so parts of those red and white fabrics may work in it. Of course, the other colors are good, too! Thanks for counting me in.

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  60. A quilt definitely! Chinese coins - like the one on Laurie's blog!

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  61. I think these would make fun pillows.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

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  62. wouldn't a eye popping red purse be so cute..

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  63. I just LOVE this fabric! So cute! I don't know just what I would do with it though. Probably a lap quilt to go along with my wing back arm chair that I had re-upholstered recently?

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  64. I want to cover my chairs with the chairs fabric.

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  65. I'm not sure what I'd make - what's funny, is that usually I'm drawn to purples, but this collection, I'm drawn to the reds. Maybe I'd make throw pillows!

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  66. I've just gone back to study music again after ..well, too many decades to mention, and I'd just love a music bag made with these superb fabrics to rock up to my piano lessons in style. I'd also like to make a cushioned cover for my piano stool. I think that's be wild! Probably in the Sorbet, or maybe the Orchid. Well, even the Grass would be incredible.

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  67. So fun - I would love to make a quilt with these...such gorgeous colors!!

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  68. I'm hoping to cover an old ottoman for the house we're going to buy in the next few months once we get to St Louis and find said new house.

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  69. They will become hexagons of course :)

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  70. this is so lovely thanks for the giveaway

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  71. Think Tufted Tweets would make some nice groovy summer bags!

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  72. I have some of Laurie's red and aqua chairs from a while back (a spoonflower print), so it'd be so lovely seeing them all displayed together on a quilt (for me!!)

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  73. Fabric this beautiful has to be made into a quilt - it is the most permanent project I can think of!

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  74. Love this line! I am thinking a quilt maybe some pillows. Such fun colors and design would be great for so many projects!

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  75. gorgeous fabrics! maybe a bag... a pouch.. and some for a quilt!

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  76. Birds and chairs as cushions for chairs, oh my! I adore this divine fabric and will be checking out your store tomorrow. xo

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  77. This is such gorgeous fabric! Definately want to make a messenger bag for my daughter with some.

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  78. A Lampshade and matching toss pillows in a room for my girls. How fun? Another thought, maybe a guest book cover for my Mom's cape house for her visitors to comment in? Love this fun fabric!

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  79. I love these. and I have been thinking about doing some new and unusual things in the future. A fabric covered wall storage thingy (sort of like a magazine rack) is something I want to try. I saw a tutorial somewhere but have to find it again.

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  80. I have been wanting to make a quilt for my Mum, so these would be lovely! Great giveaway, cheers, Kerry.

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  81. these would make a luscious summer bag - such happy fabric !

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  82. I've been collecting fabrics in the lime green and blue colorways for something -- large quilt, but don't know what pattern yet. And, when I reviewed my stash recently, I realized I really don't have reds, so have started to collect FQs as I can. I'm interested in doing a red, white, and black quilt. And the purple . . . don't know.

    But would love any of the collection -- the patterns are crisp and clean.


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  83. Ohhh I haven't been able to afford any of her fabric yet but I want to make a quilt for my lounge room. They are always so bright and fun.

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  84. I have so many plans for her line . . . pillows, quilt, tablerunner and some fun drawstring bags!

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  85. I have some chairs cushions to make and this fabric would be so cute!

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  86. What a lovely giveaway! I would use that fabric to make more hexagons! I'm addicted! :)

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  87. Well, lets see, I have been wanting to try a wristlet, or something for my second grandchild due in December. Or maybe a throw pillow (or two). The possibilties are endless!

    K

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  88. a quilt, of course! i would looooooooove to win!

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  89. What a great giveaway! I would love to win! I'd definitely make a purse or two from the prints, and I think also a small pillow for an empty chair in my sewing room!

    Jennifer
    jennifereladd at yahoo dot com

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  90. I would like to make a baby quilt for niece who is having her first child in November.
    What a generous give away
    Elaine

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  91. I would make some sort of tote bag. Cute fabrics! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  92. Chair cushions, unimaginative, but delish!

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  93. I have a pattern for a quilted handbag that I'd love to make. I'll bet these would work great for that, for pillows or a gazillion other things.

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  94. Oh my gosh, I've been absolutely dying to reupholster some dining room chair seats with some nice patchwork-quilted cushions ever since I first saw these fabrics previewed! I'm so excited to see they're finally available.

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  95. I'd make pillows - that could double for cushions on kitchen chairs! I was drooling over this fabric this weekend at my LQS.

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  96. Oooh cushions for the sofa, I think! I love the fabric. yummm!!

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  97. These would be perfect for the placemats and napkins I have been meaning to make...

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  98. Thanks for the giveaway!! happy to find your blog, I'd love to make a quilt for my sister, who is getting married in the summer

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  99. I am totally in love with these fabrics and so so happy that Laurie finally has something released in the "big time" of fabrics...I can see a sweet little girls set made with some of those violet fabrics :)

    can not wait to see it in person!!

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  100. I love these fabrics! With a fat qtr. pack I'd make a market bag, recover my 2 chairs in my sewing room and hopefully enough left over to make a scrappy patchwork table-runner for my computer desk to match.

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  101. I really want to make a quilt out of this, and some skirts for my girls. Thanks for the fun giveaway!

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  102. This would make the cutest bag! I'd really like a lap quilt out of these too.

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  103. Love the colors and the whimsy of the designs. I see a baby quilt made from any of the colors.

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  104. I would make couch pillows.

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  105. SO. CUTE. I just love these! They would make adorable zippered pouches or a great pool bag!

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  106. I want to make a little "going out" bag/purse with the chairs. So bright and summery!

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  107. SUPER CUTE!!!!! I think definitely a quilt for the sofa, some potholders, some patchwork pants for my little one..I want to see this fabric EVERYWHERE in my house...and my friends houses!!! xoxox Thanks!!

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  108. The blue & green colorway would go perfectly in my living/dining room. Perhaps a lap quilt or maybe some great pillows for my couch. Or even recover our dining chairs again, although that nearly caused a divorce the last time!

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  109. I think I'm going to have to go with a quilt as well. The colors are so fresh and fun!

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  110. How fun! I would probably use them to make fun pillows for our new living room. (We just moved into our first house!!) sarapead(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  111. So cute! I would use them in a quilt!
    seemommysew @ gmailDOTcom

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  112. I've been lusting after the red colorway since I first saw snippets of it on Laurie's blog. I think they would make gorgeous cushions on my moss-green sofa!

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  113. So unique! I'd love to make throw pillows from these fabrics. Thanks!
    crafts[at]oursideofthemountain[dot]com

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  114. Sin dudas una colcha, belleza de tejidos, suspiro y suspiro por ellas.

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  115. What an amazing Giveaway! I would certainly put these delightful fabrics to good use if I was lucky enough to win them.

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  116. Hah! I bet this would make great chair cushions or couch cushions. A log cabin with some fussy cutting would be fun!

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  117. Pillows sound like a fun idea. Or maybe fussy cut and make hexies. So many possibilities!

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  118. oh man. the number of projects filling my head right now that could be made out of these amazing fabrics :) i have a friends who's pregnant with a baby boy, and the blues, greens, and reds would make a perfect quilt. pillows would be another perfect project as well, and an awesome addition to our front room. placemats for the summer come to mind, as well as a summer tote for the beach. see? too many ideas to even count! here's hoping i'm the lucky, lucky winner :)

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  119. I love this fabric. We've just redone our living room in khaki with red inspired by a French grainsack. The red fabrics would make great throw pillows, especially the chairs! Thanks for the fabulous giveaway! So fun.

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  120. Wouldn't these be perfect for pillows on my wicker chairs in my living room at our lake cottage? I love all of the colors too! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  121. i've been waiting for these fabrics to come out - i can't wait to make some placemats!

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  122. I love this fabric line! If I won, I'd definitely make some pillows to put some color in my living room! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  123. I would love me some pillows with this. Thanks!

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  124. These fabrics are fabulous! I would use the grass colorway to work on a purse and matching wallet.
    BRITBABY13@hotmail.com

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  125. I would love to do some pillows and cutains! Love it all! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  126. I think some pillows for my couch - fun and quircky and sort of ironic. :)

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  127. Oh, oh, oh pick me please! I want to make a quilt, a messenger bag, pillows, purse, pin cushion, and some little birdies! I can't really think of any project that wouldn't work with this great fabric. Thanks for the great giveaway!
    Kelley O

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  128. I would love to make a new bag out of these great prints!

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  129. What a fun collection! I would love to make a quilt for my daughter's room with these cheery prints.

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  130. I've been waiting for these fabrics to come out! Not sure what I'd use them for yet, but I love Laurie's designs.

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  131. These are so cool. I plan to make a skirt out of them (and turn the sofas in the other direction, so they look like stripes)

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  132. i would love to use a purple fq pack for a quilt
    i think the whole collection is beautiful!

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  133. I am already planning my Christmas gifts and want to make a throw quilt for my hairdresser. I think the colors and designs fit her personality. Can't wait to see what creative things others make from this line of fabrics.

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  134. this one my favorite new fabric line. i would hold it and pet it and do nothing more. ok - someday i'd probably cut into tit to add to quilts!

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  135. I'd make two lovely pillows with these fat quarters....and then buy more to make a matching quilt! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  136. Oooh! I like the grass pallet a lot! I think I would have to make a very bright happy pillow for my couch out of this fabric. Thanks for the giveaway.
    spackattak7 at hotmail dot com

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  137. I've been considering a quilted headboard...these would be great!!

    - donna
    kindredcrafters@gmail.com

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  138. probably market bags or organizational pouches for my purse!

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  139. I would love to make some big floor cushions out of this! Thanks for the great chance.

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  140. I would make a lap quilt and some pillows for the living room.

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  141. My fiance has been complaining that I never make anything for him. I would love to make him an awesome quilt.

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  142. Definately a reusable grocery eco bag! The fabric's colors and patterns will stand out more when the item has simple construction. It will be eye-catching!

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  143. I would make cushions for my friend Trish, who doesn' have enough colour in her life.

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  144. Ooooh I love the colours, would have to be a big bright colourful quilt. Happy Stitching.

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  145. i would make a fun quilt with these lovely fabrics!!!

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  146. I would just like to frame these in an embroidery hoop and admire them on the wall.
    And if any fabric was left, I'd have to make a scrappy pillow. Love these designs.

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  147. I think it would be fun to cover my kitchen counter stools with these prints. Thanks for the chance to win some of this awesome fabric!

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  148. Pillows would be good. Lots of pillows.

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  149. I guess I'll hop on the bandwagon and said sofa pillows. It was the first thing I thought of when I saw this line and I can't wait to get my hands on it! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  150. I would make laptop covers with these cool fat quarters! I love these! So unique and cute!

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  151. I've been wanting to try a wonky square quilt. These fabrics would be fun to use!

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  152. i need to recover the chair pad of my grandmothers writing desk chair, so I can put in my daughters room for her desk, and this fabric would be wonderful and youthful for her!

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  153. Pillows! I know it was said before, but that is what I first think of. I also think it would be fun inside some colorfully painted embroidery hoops for a wall hanging.

    Thanks for the giveaway chance!

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  154. I just drooled all over the computer, lol, so maybe I should make a cover for it. Or one for my sewing machine. Actually, I need a bag for my laptop too.

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  155. Eeeeek! Yay! They are all so yummy! I would definitely want to make a quilt out of them to dress up my very own red couch :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  156. These would make great Ipad Cozies. My new IPad would be so happy snuggled in any of these gorgeously colorful fabrics!

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  157. I would like to use them on a quilt.
    Thank you for the giveaway.

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  158. I'd make a lap quilt with the fat quarters and some white fabric! (I would reupholster my dining room chairs, if only they were upholstered to begin with!)

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  159. I would use these to make pillows and also a few laptop sleeves for my family members. LOVELY fabrics!

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  160. Great minds must think alike, because I think Tufted Tweets would also make great pillows. That's the first thing that popped into my mind. But it would also be fun for crafter/vendor aprons. It's sooooo cute!

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  161. I'd love to use these fabrics to make covers for my kitchen appliances and sewing machine. Then I could see them everyday! thanks for the great giveaway!

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  162. Ooh, Those purples are fantastic! I think pillows would be so much fun!

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  163. I like the idea of making some sort of quilted wall art using one of the couches in a living room scene. Love this fabric!

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  164. I think this line just screams throw pillow! I'd make a quilted one.

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  165. i'd love to make some super fun placemats. my kids go through them quick, so i have to have about a billion of them
    :)

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  166. I'd love to make a quilt, maybe a simple 9 patch, with these fabrics!

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  167. I would love to make a quilt and maybe some little zipper pouches.
    thanks for the chance
    lbroadstreet@tds.net

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  168. Fun stuff - I'd like to make some pillows for my couch, in kind of a meta-commentary way. :)

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  169. Ooh, I've been eying this line since I saw it on Oh, Fransson! I really want to start branching out of my pre-cuts rut and this would be a great way to start! I think those chairs would look rather perfect in a few pillows for my couch.

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  170. I think a throw quilt for my sofa would be fabulous out of these. Well, maybe not the purple since my sofa is red. But I love purple so much, I'd do it anyways if I won! I just saw these today for the first time and I love them. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  171. I would love to use these as a table runner to protect my coffee table. I could look at them anytime I'm sitting in the living room.

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  172. Big hex quilt - hexes are so traditional that they need to be big and have funky fabric to make them look modern and tufted tweets would be just perfect.

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  173. I would love to make some placemats to help cover my battle worn table, and some pin cushions!

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  174. My mom is a bird-lover so it would be cool to work these nice fabrics into a quilt for her. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  175. I would love to win any of the colorways and would love to make a really cool lil purse!!!

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  176. I would make a tote with mine and probably a wallet too.

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  177. LOVE, LOVE THESE FABRICS. I WOULD LIKE TO MAKE SOME TOTES TO USING THESE TO DO MY SHOPPING WITH.

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  178. I would love to make pillows for my living room with them. I love the colors

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  179. OMGoodness, I have no clue, maybe some pillows for my couch? I love all the colorways.

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  180. I'm thinking some accessories would be perfect with these fabrics...a purse maybe?
    kell22 @ cox.net

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  181. I would make a purse! They are so beautiful :)

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  182. I have a friend who just moved here and I'd love those fabrics to make her something for a welcoming gift... she hinted she needs some quilty love on her couch hehe

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  183. I am in a Mod Bento Block Swap and absolutely loving the results. I was thinking that I would love to do the same thing with some hip, modern, outrageous fabric. Tufted Tweets is EXACTLY what I'm looking for--strong colors with absolute flair!
    oh pick me!!
    Mr. Random number picker! over here!
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  184. I just love this fabric and I think it would be nice in bags,also cushions, so bright and fun.

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  185. hmm...maybe some throw pillows or a small lap quilt for my living room.

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  186. I think these fabrics are just calling out to be made into a bag...

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  187. I'd love to make a quilt with these fabrics! SO gorgeous! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  188. ooo ... I have a chair that needs to be recovered, and the red or purple would be a brilliant way to do it ... or heck a patchwork of all 3 :-)

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  189. Want them to be part of my new Yellow Brick road quilt! Love the modern figures on the pattern.

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  190. Oh these are fun fabrics. Placemats so I could enjoy the fabs alot!

    Carolyn

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  191. Well a quilt is always a lovely way to show iff great patterns, but I think cushion covers or bags would also be great.

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  192. A quilt would be nice or maybe a handbag lovely fabrics maybe I'll just keep in my stash and pull them out every once in a while and admire them.

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  193. I love the vibrancy of these fabrics! I would definitely make a quilt from them... maybe a small crib sized one! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  194. I love this line, too! Great colors, and I think it would make a great bag for summer.

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  195. I would love to make these into sofa pillows. The blue/green colorway works perfect into our new home's color scheme!

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  196. My initial thought has always been to make pillows but just read someone else's comment re: framing some of the fabric which I agree would really be a fun way to display the cute designs! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  197. I'm eager to use these in a quilt but first I HAVE TO make some pillow covers. I adore them all but the grass colorway makes me swoon a little! What a lovely giveaway.

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  198. I'd love to make a small quilt from these fabrics! So cool:) Thanks for the chance to win!

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