Sunday, April 1, 2012

2nd Blogiversary - Flea Market Fancy Giveaway! - NOW CLOSED

If you had asked me two years ago if I thought I would ever be a blogger, the answer would have been a resounding "no".  On April 1, two years ago, I started this little blog simply so I could respond to posts on my daughter's blog about my little granddaughter, Abby.  So I am as surprised as any one that I actually have a blog, and that I actually post rather frequently.  I really enjoy sharing my little creations, and the lovely things that people in Flickrland send to me - and the things I send them.



Happy blogiversary to me!  To celebrate, I have a little surprise of my own.  I am giving away a fabric roll of Denyse Schmidt's re-release of her incomparable Flea Market Fancy, provided by Westwood Acres.  The fabric roll consists of a 2-1/2 inch strip of each of the 21 fabrics that make up this oh-so-yummy line of fabric.

How do you enter, you ask?

1.  Leave me a comment, and tell me what you would make with this roll of fabric goodness.  Or, alternatively, tell me about something  you completed recently.
2.  If you are a follower - or become a follower - you will get a second chance.  Just leave another message to tell me so.

That's it.  Easy peasy.  Be sure I have an email address to contact you!  If you are a no-reply blogger, I won't have a way to get in touch with you, and I'll have to choose another winner.

Giveaway closes April 5 at midnight Central time.

Good luck - and thanks for stopping by my little blog.

The giveaway is now closed.

237 comments:

  1. I would definitely make myself a quilt! I'm fairly new to quilting (about five years)! I never had any of this fabric but always loved it. By the time I started quilting it was pretty scarce. I'm so thrilled that it has been re-released. Thanks for the chance to win! I don't often make quilts for myself, but I don't think I could part with this one!

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  2. Hi Wendi...happy blogiversary! I am now following you! I hope in two years I am still sticking with my blog!

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  3. oh....and what I would make with this....there is a darling ruffle purse from Sew Serendipity that I am dying to make :-)

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  4. Congratulations on your blog-anniversary ! I would use the roll for making granny squares quilt blocks, thanks for the chance to enter.

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  5. Happy anniversary on your blog! I have become a follower of your blog. I like the way you have your blog set up with all the visuals you have for readers to see and get inspired by. I came across you through Flickr. I can be reached at: Janet@Maddox.mx

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  6. Happy Blogiversary! I would like to do a granny square quilt and a jellyroll sure would make that easier.

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  7. On the fabric roll: if I were to do something with the pretty fabric, I would make the Confetti Block Quilt from The Modern Quilting Bee Block Party book. I just like this quilt and would enjoy making it for a gift for someone. Again, I am at: janet@maddox.mx

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  8. I love that roll! I am working on a few unfinished quilt projects. Trying to clear the WIP shelf so I can start some new ones.

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  9. oh such yummy fabric! Happy Blogaversary to you! I think I might make a quilt with it, or maybe some bags? Hmmmm hard to choose!

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  10. oh and I am a follower! Love to read your blog

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  11. Ooh so fun, I would make some bowls if I win.

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  12. Just added you to my google reader =0) Can't wait to read more of your fun blog!

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  13. Ooh ooh!! Such pretty fabrics! :) I would make something FABULOUS! ok so I have no idea what I'd use them for... but I'd pair them with some great solids and let those prints shine!

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  14. I don't know yet what I would make, something for ME most definitely. I covet this fabric though! I wasn't a quilter yet the first time this rolled out, and now...I am on a spending freeze trying to save for the down payment on our first home =0) It's been so hard for me to not break my no spending vow and run out to buy this because I have wanted it for so long, but oh well, "Don't sacrifice what you want, for what you want right now" Right?

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  15. i would definitely put this roll up into a log cabin...love this line! i just finished all the lbocks for a raffle quilt for my daughters ballet group. thanks for a chance, and happy blogiversary!

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  16. Happy Blogiversary! I always enjoy popping in here and look forward to following your creativity over another year :)
    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway! I've been coveting this line so long that I think I would definitely have to make something just for me if I were the lucky winner - I'm thinking a granny square quilt :)

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  17. Happy Blogoverary! I'd love to make a lone star wall hanging with the jelly roll! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  18. I'm already a happy follower :)

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  19. Happy Blogiversary Wendi! I would have to pet the jelly roll before I find the perfect project, but I did just finish up my pouch for my partner in the pretty little pouch swap on flickr :) {quiltergirl80}

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  20. I've enjoyed being your follower for about a year or so too!

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  21. I would like to use these fabrics in a scrappy lap quilt. I'm very into scrappy lately.

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  22. I would have to make a quilt with this perfect jelly roll. I'd probably have to add some solids to it to stretch it.

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  23. maybe a summer beach bag? I'm loving the reprint, i wasn't a quilter when the original line came out so I'm glad i got a 2nd chance!! -- congrats on the blogoversary!

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  24. Happy Blogiversary!!
    I'd make a runner or perhaps a bag!

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  25. I'm a new and happy follower! Happy blogiversary!!

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  26. I would use the fabric to create a fun apron or tote! I love FMF!! Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  27. I would use this lovey fabric to make a quilt for our dance teacher - she would love these fabrics! Happy blogiversary and thanks for the chance to win!

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  28. I think I would make something for my mom, not sure if it would be a quilt though. She's been asking for a lunch bag and market bag...I could totally see a postage stamp lunch bag in her future. Fingers crossed!

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  29. Happy Blogiversary! I'd love to have some of that FMF. I would make Hopscotch with it. I thank you for the chance to win it.

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  30. Happy blogiversary! I've got a backlog of friend's babies that need handmade gifts - so all fabric goes towards that cause these days!

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  31. Congrats on 2 years! I'm making a retro flower quilt out of FMF so this would make the perfect scrappy binding!

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  32. Great giveaway! I would like to make a star quilt and this would be fun to use.

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  33. Thanks for a fabulous giveaway. I could certainly use a jellyroll for the 4 baby quilt I have on my "to do" list.

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  34. I think I'd do a granny square quilt with it!

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  35. I think I'd make a cute jelly roll quilt pattern I saw on Cluck Cluck Sew with Dresden plates. Thanks for the giveaway and congrats on your 2nd blogiversary!

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  36. Cute! I'd use it to make a tote bag- I just saw a tutorial for a linen tote, and I just love it. This would be perfect!

    Today I made a wreath for my door, using those plastic Easter eggs! I've also been working on a baby quilt for a friend. She's due next week, I have to finish! Eeeek!

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  37. Thanks for the chance to win ... I'm a follower

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  38. Confreakingrats on the 2 years!:) Fun isn't it?!:)

    Hmmmm....after i finish admiring it on my shelf I think I would pair it withs some solids and make several pillows for our bed OR a bag...yes...I do need a new bag!:)

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  39. I'd like to make a quilt for me with this fabrics that I really LOVE!!!!

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  40. I would loe to make a little mug rug and a pillow or two for me to use in my living room! I <3 FMF!

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  41. Congrats on your blogaversary! I started my blog in July of 2010. I had only blogged for my master classes. But when I decided to be a reborn quilter after a 10 year break it was natural to go back to the web, where I learned to quilt in the first place. Im a follower!

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  42. These lovely prints would find their way into my quilt of sunshine and rays. Becoming a follower as well :)

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  43. Happy 2nd Blogiversary! I would make a table runner with your generous prize. Thanks for the chance!

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  44. I would make a quilt with the fabric. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  45. I would make a floating hexie quilt inspired by Film in the Fridge. Thanks for the sweet give away and happy anniversary too!

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  46. I would love to make a squares quilt!! my fave fabric ever!!!congrats on 2 years!

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  47. Well, first I'd have to roll around in it or drape it around my shoulders and pet it for a while. It's so so pretty! Then I'd hoard it for a while and then maybe I'd make a 3 minis...one for me, one for my sister, and one for a very good friend. Thanks for the chance!!

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  48. I have just finished a DS/FW quilt !

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  49. Thanks for chance to win. I've read about but not yet seen this fabric line,

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  50. I would make a throw quilt (or maybe two) to use in our library- we have two new (bonded) leather club chairs that my cats managed to destroy within a week and I need something pretty to cover all the puncture wounds! yesterday I decided to try making a bunch of rectangular and contoured burp cloths (thx to pinterest) for family and expecting friends, and tomorrow I have to sandwich 2 baby quilts for the aforementioned family and friends. Busy but fun and rewarding.

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  51. And I just became a follower! Quack quack, dear mommy duck!

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  52. Happy 2 years! I would add it to my FMF and make a granny square quilt. This has been on my to do list for a while.

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  53. I am a new follower. Jenniferadams@carolina.rr.com same for the comment above. Thanks for the chances to win.

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  54. I am a long time follower! Happy Blogiversay!

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  55. I blogged about your giveaway! http://oneygirl-myquiltingadventure.blogspot.com/2012/04/1000-follower-bloggy-giveaway-winner.html

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  56. I would make a gorgeous lap quilt with this much treasured jelly roll! Thanks for the chance!

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  57. I'm not really sure what I would make but for sure it would be something special, because this is precious fabric. Maybe I'd use it to make a jacket or a cover from my e-reader, or a purse.....Thanks for the chance to win it and congrats on your 2 year anniversary!

    Susan/FlossieBlossoms

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  58. And I'm now a follower! Thanks again!

    Susan/FlossieBlossoms

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  59. I would definitely use them in a quilt...

    My last finish was a quilt and I'm just finishing one up right now!

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  60. I would make a lap quilt for myself. I really like this.fabric collection.

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  61. Gorgeous fabric! It would make some beautiful pillows!

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  62. I'm a new follower. Congratulations on your blog anniversary.

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  63. I would love to use them in a quilt. Happy blogiversary and thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  64. Very cute fabric! I would make a spring bag.

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  65. Love this jelly roll! I think I would pick a fun pattern on the Moda Bake Shop.

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  66. I'm so glad I spotted the mention of your blog over at Leona's Quilting Adventures! I've seen your avatar and comments on our alphabet block swap -- and now I've found you!! LOL
    I'm your newest follower!

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  67. Happy Blogiversary!! I'm a new follower. :)

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  68. I would use the fabric strips to make a small quilt and I recently finished a small cathrdral window quilt.

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  69. Happy Blogiversary! I'd use it to make a quilt. I'm working on a baby quilt for our church quilt ministry. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  70. Happy Two Years! :-) And thank you for the chance to win the pretty jelly roll! I have used different types of pre-cuts, but have never had a jelly roll before, so I would be so excited to win one! :-) I've been admiring all the beautiful quilt patterns that are made using strips-- so I would definitely enjoy hunting for the just the perfect pattern!

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  71. I am a new follower-- thank you for the extra chance to win!! :-)

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  72. Firstly, congratulations on your second year of blogging! So exciting. Could I be so luck to win this lovely jelly roll?

    I've been making a lot of smaller projects lately because I am pregnant and I have a toddler running around. Clutches, iPad sleeves, etc. I want to make a quilt for my new baby boy who will be here in July, but I'd just love to win this jelly roll, too.

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  73. I would LOVE a chance to win this jelly roll! I would use it for my EPP hexagon quilt I'm making if I won :) I pre-ordered some FMF, but I hear it might be another couple months before I get my order :( Something I've completed lately - my first tutorial for Moda Bake Shop! Due to post on the 4th! :) So excited!

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  74. I just finished making a Sherbet Pips Mondo bag for my granddaughter to use for taking her things to daycare..
    Happy anniversary of your blog.

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  75. I am a new follower - thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  76. I would make a quilt similar to the FMF lattice quilt seen on Film In the Fridge;s blog.

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  77. I've just started on the road of learning to quilt, so this would definitely become a quilt! Thanks for the giveaway and Happy Blogiversary! :)

    flowerbubbleskids(at)gmail(dot)com

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  78. I have been wanting to make an off centred square quilt...with FMF this would look great...thank you for the chance and congrats..!

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  79. I have a lovely pattern for jelly rolls, Sugar Dish by Cluck Cluck Sew, and I think this fabric would look gorgeous for that. Thanks for the lovely giveaway opportunity!

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  80. I just bought the Bibelot pattern and would make myself a wall hanging for my sewing room. Thanks for the chance to win!
    ~Terry~

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  81. I'm a new follower...so thank you for the extra chance to win that beautiful fabric!
    ~Terry~

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  82. I would use it to make more granny squares, for my quilt. They would be so colorful.

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  83. I'm a new follower.
    Congratulations on your 2nd year.

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  84. ...melt...
    I haven't worked with precut strips before. I'd love to make a jelly roll friendly quilt. I also finished up some abby items for my sisters twins.

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  85. Congrats on 2 years! I just completed a string quilt for my bed with Kaffe Fassett brights.

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  86. I am a regular follower of your blog!

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  87. I would have to make a quilt to feature the fabric, I LOVE this range! Thanks for the opportunity to win some!

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  88. I also love following your blog!

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  89. I just discovered your blog from following the Granny Squares on Flickr. I'll be taking a good look around when I finish this comment. I haven't finished a quilt yet this year, although I have 6 tops done complete with backs and bindings, ready to sandwich, baste and quilt. My husband has had illness, and also my brother, so I'm working on quilt tops for my brother and his son now, and theirs are first in line. I did finish tote bags for myself, my niece, and her 5 girls, but those are my only finishes so far. It'll be a different story in a month or so, when I hope to have finished my 8 quilts. I can't wait to start on my Granny Squares. Looking forward to reading your blog.

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  90. I'm now your newest follower. Congratulations on your two year blogversary.

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  91. Congrats on your anniversary! I would make a Converging Corners quilt from Film in the Fridge.

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  92. Ooh, lovely giveaway, congratulations! I would add some to some paper piecing which is what I've been working on lately and make a granny cushion.

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  93. I would make a modern log cabin quilt with a contrasting center block! Thanks for the chance.

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  94. Happy Blogiversary! thanks for the giveaway. i think i'd use the roll to make a scrappy trips around the world quilt.

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  95. I think it's about time I attempted a full size quilt and this would be the perfect fabric to do it!

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  96. Oh, I'm not sure what I would make, but I do love it so! I am working on finishing my first quilting project- a pillow sham for my mom with embroidery.

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  97. Happy blogiversary! I'm not sure what I would do, but certainly it would be a quilt. I've just completed a small wallhanging for easter.

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  98. Well, I think I would put it in my "Special" Pile. Then, after months and months of trying to decide if a project was worthy of such greatness. I would make a quilt for the family and a twirly skirt/dress for my four year old!

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  99. I have an apron pattern that would be awesome with these strips.

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  100. Already a follower - thanks so much!!

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  101. I'd make a quilt for me for once :)

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  102. Love these bright colours! I would make a quilt like this: http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6065/6054819710_17d72e6dfb_o.jpg Isn't it beautiful!

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  103. Happy Anniversary! I'm not sure what I would use the jelly roll for. Would definitely have to be for something really special :) Recently I have almost completely my 4 month old son's quilt...only 4 months late!

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  104. Happy blogiversary! I just made my first quilt top - a jelly roll race (fun & easy). I think this technique would work to make cute throw pillows. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  105. Congrats on 2 years!! It is fun isn't it?! :) I would make a quilt, or perhaps a wall hanging to put on my wall... or i don't know. There are so many fun things to do with fabric! :) Thank you for the generous gift!

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  106. I should be a reply blogger, but just in case. Beckah_h123@yahoo.com

    I recently made a cute quilt top for my husbands' nephew. It is mainly white with squares of red, green, blue, orange, and dinosaur print fabric. I am working on the back and I think this will be a reversible quilt and make wonky stars on the back.

    If I won I think I would make some retro looking needle books for me and my friends!

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  107. I am now a follower! I also posted this on the One Stop Giveaway Shop! Thank you for filling out the form!! :) I really appreciate it!

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  108. I am working on a chevron quilt and the blocks use 2.5" strips. This would be over the top.
    Thanks for the give away.

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  109. Congratulations on you Blogiversary - don't ya just love this age we are in with the new words we are developing! Would love to win but don't know what I would do until I had it in hand and the fabric speaks to me. There are so many things I want to make. Thanks. KatheGTN (at) aol (dot) com

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  110. I would make bags and more bags!!!!Congratulations on your blog

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  111. Great blog to follow and a great swap partner !

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  112. definitely a quilt! I love using precuts in my quilts. such a time saver.

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  113. I would add strips of Bella Snow and make a Chevron quilt.

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  114. I'm a follower. Congratulations of 2 years of blogging!

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  115. How fun to see this line in a jelly roll! I'd use this for some quilt blocks I'm working on, and congrats on your blogiversary!

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  116. Happy blogiversary.

    I would add some plains to this roll and make some granny squares.

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  117. I'd try to make a plus quilt !

    Thank you so much for this giveaway !

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  118. I feel like I'd make a flying geese quilt with those! Happy second blogiversary! :)

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  119. Love this - I would add more and make a strip quilt!

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  120. I would make a plus quilt. Thank you for the opportunity!!

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  121. I am now following you! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  122. I'm looking forward to using all the FMF fabrics in several projects and don't quite have enough. - Do you ever have enough?

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  123. Congrats on 2 years of blogging! I'm only in month 3.... Lovely fabrics - I think I would use these fabrics to make a bento box quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  124. I recently finished my first quilt top EVER! It's nothing fabulous but I did it, by myself!!! I'm very proud of that!

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  125. Parabéns!Sou nova seguidora.Eu com certeza,faria alguma peça de decoração,pois estou terminando uma pequena reforma aqui em casa.Obrigada por deixar participar.Boa sorte com seu Blog,que é ótimo.

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  126. Happy Blog-iversary!! Way to go!

    That roll would probably become a quilt!!! Ive never used a jelly roll so im not sure what pattern id use, heck half the time my quilts are just jumbled together as i go. But it would be an amazing quilt, being it came from an Blogiversary!

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  127. I'd have to choose some fun jelly roll project, paired with a white solid. So pretty!!!

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  128. I would make some fabulous cushions!

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  129. Oh, my. I couldn't tell you what I'd make of it, because I'd probably have to keep it within touching distance for a while before opening it up for use! But I did recently complete a quilt top for my college roommate's oldest kid -- they have been awesome about sending me cards and care packages since I got sick last fall, and I wanted to do something special for her daughter (she's 4!). And I recently got a quilt top that I made last year sandwiched, so I can hopefully start quilting that this week. :)

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  130. Congratulations on your blogiversary! I would probably make a handbag with these fabrics.

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  131. I would make a quilt for my niece with that beautiful fabric! my email is amyd14_1999@yahoo.com

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  132. I am a follower! amyd14_1999@yahoo.com

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  133. I would make a bunch of cute mug rugs!

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  134. Oh my goodness. It's Flea Market Fancy. I might just love on it for a while and then it would be a Quilt to keepe warm:)

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  135. At least part of it would go into a quilt I'm sure. I have really been wanting to purchase some of this, but I really am trying to slow the money going out on fabric, at least until I sew some I already have up. Happy anniversary!

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  136. Congratulations on 2 years! Not sure yet what I would make with this - I would probably just enjoy looking at it for awhile. I just recently purchased some super cute chevrons (from westwood acres actually!) and hope to make a picnic quilt just in time for summer!

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  137. I just made a quilt using the Serendipity tutorial from Missouri Star Quilt. It is done with a jelly roll. I could make another one with these lovely fabrics.

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  138. Happy Anniversary of blogging!! Well done to you and thanks for a wonderful giveaway, I would make a quilt for a friend because that is what I am up to this year!!

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  139. And I am a new follwer, all the way from Oz, thanks again!

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  140. I completed my first paper piecing block! Yay!

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  141. I would make a quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  142. Congrats on your two years ! With the DS roll I would make something for me ... at the mo I am making a bust yo scraps quilt and loving the variety and scrappiness of it !

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  143. I just finished the totebag in the Zakka Style book for the Zakka Style sewalong. I love it. I'm not sure what I would use this fabric for. But I'm sure inspiration would come.

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  144. I wouldn't be so lucky as to win this fabulous roll of yummy goodness; but I am happy that someone will! I would have to say that this would be used in a quilt if it did, in fact, show up at my door. I have a few jelly roll patterns that I have been holding on to for just such a line. Thank you on behalf of all of the commenters, for doing such an awesome give-away.

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  145. ...and the best part is that I am now another one of your followers. :)

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  146. Happy Blogiversary! I am a newer blogger as well. I hope to get more active at posting on mine. I just became a follower! I would LOVE to win some FMF---I wasn't quilting when it first came out--and now I see so many projects with these fabrics--I would love the chance to win some!

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  147. If I were to win this--first I would have to just unroll them all and admire them! THen I would definitely make a quilt--and it would definitely be staying at my house, rather than a gift!

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  148. I would love to make a quilt with this fabric - congratulations on 2 years!

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  149. I make lap quilts for a low income nursing home. I am sure one of the residents would love one made out of this. Most of the people in there have no family left and don't get many new things. They sure do love their colorful lap quilts though. Just in case my addy is cat80915@hotmail.com. Thank you for the opportunity to win this.

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  150. Oh and I am following your blog now.

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  151. Hi there, we are in Sew Bee Happy together, but don't think we've officially 'met'! Many congrats on your blogiversary! Sounds like you are as addicted as the rest of us. If i had the good fortune of winning your cute DS jelly roll, I might get the Sew Bee Happy ladies to make something with it for my month in September!! Jxo

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  152. Now that I've found you I can follow you too!! Jxo

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  153. Happy blogiversary! i just finished a wall quilt from the Sparkle QAL and absolutely love it! and i finished a Christmas quilt top too. (i'm hoping to get a head start for this year!)

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  154. That looks like a good one for the 1600 quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  155. Isn't it funny haw we all get drawn into blogging. I would make myself a quilt, for a change if I won. Happy blogiversary.

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  156. I would make a quilt that would showcase that great fabric, probably with lots of white background. abengel (at) zoominternet.net

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  157. I would make a granny square quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

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