Friday, March 16, 2012

Blog Hop Party !


Encouraging Words of the Day:
How kind the LORD is.  How good he is, so merciful, this God of ours. ~ Psalm 116:5, NLT

It’s time for another Blog Hop Party … let’s have some FUN!

The "Blog Hop Party"  is starting today, March 16th and lasting until March 23rd. The list of bloggers participating in the Blog Hop Party will be made available Saturday morning, March 17th, shortly after midnight, Eastern time. Click HERE for the  list of giveaways.

I'm joining in the fun and offering a Moda “Wee Play” charm pack.  The charms in this pack are so adorable that I bought one for myself and one for the lucky winner.

All you have to do is leave me a comment.  You might mention what you’d like to use the charm pack for.  International bloggers welcome also.

Reminder:
My sister and I are hosting a fabric swap called the "Novelty and Colors Layer Cake Swap."   Take advantage of the opportunity to add just a little bit more of that novelty print or color to your stash.  Click HERE for more information and to sign up.

That is all.

246 comments:

  1. I don't think ive seen this line before...gonna have to go look it il! Thanks for the chance to win and happy St. Patty's day!

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  2. I'd make a quilt for my son I think - cute charm pack. Thanks for the chance :D

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  3. ohhh I think a twister quilt for my daughter

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  4. Great giveaway!
    I'd make a picnic quilt!

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  5. I have wanted to make another I-spy snowball quilt (we made some charity quilts with extra lofto blocks a few years ago). I'd make a allies charity quilt for the Austin Guild's "Baby Bundles" effort.

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  6. Love it! I would add it to my small stash for an I Spy quilt. Thanks for the chance.

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  7. That is some sweet fabric! I love it! I think I would make a wall hanging for my friend's daughter's room. She's love it!

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  8. Charm packs are perfect for making yo yo's. Thanks

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  9. I have 3 little girls so I'd use them in a quilt for one of them. Thanks!

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  10. I'd use it to make a quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  11. Love that charm pack would love to use it in a quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

    http//richardquilts.blogspot.com
    http://trackmyshows.com

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  12. I think this would make a great table topper/table runner. It is bright and cheery!

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  13. I'm currently recovering from a charm pack addition (serious case) and I haven't seen this one before. Cute! I am alternating between making donation quilts and quilts for my friends who are all having grandchildren. Such fun. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  14. what a pretty charm pack. I think I might make a quilt, or a bag of some kind thanks for the chance to win

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  15. Wee Play - I want to make some kids placemats and this looks like it might fit in well. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  16. I would love to have the charm pack from this fabric line - love the tape measures! I would probably use the charms as accents on pouches. Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  17. That would make a great quilt for a little boy. Thank you.;..How have you made out with your Go!Cutter??

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  18. Definitely a wall hanging for my sewing room! Thanks for the chance. Linda

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  19. Adorable charm pack...I'd love to make a table topper with it! Thanks for the chance.
    ~Terry~

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  20. I LOVE this line. So cute. Def. a quilt! Thanks for the chance to win. :o)

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  21. I would use the charm pack in a baby quilt for my newest nephew, Max, who is due in mid-August.

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  22. I don't really know what I'd use it for yet. I'd have to see what all the fabrics looked like in person before I could decide.

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  23. Love your seasonal background and blog header! I'd love to win the Wee Play charms...I know I'd use it for a quilt in some way--not sure. I'll be looking forward to the hop.

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  24. Oh, the possibilities! I love the rulers!!! Oh, I saw your sister won over at SoCalGal! Congrats to her!!

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  25. This is a new to me charm pack. I enjoy making Schnibble's wallhangings with charm packs and if I won, that is what I would do. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  26. I would make some placemats - this fabric line is fun and funky, perfect to brighten up my kitchen!!

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  27. I think a cute table topper would be great.

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  28. Love that fabric!! I like the idea of a twister as well. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  29. I would have to admire this for a while, and then I would use it for one of my monthly Schnibbles. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  30. I would love to use this to increase my peek-a-boo blocks for a quilt for my daughter. Or to make a bag for me, or a sewing machine cover.

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  31. I would use this charm pack with several others I have to make a scrappy quilt. Thanks

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  32. Oh, I love the colours! I would use it to make a change table mat for my little guy!

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  33. That's so cute! I love the tape measure fabric!

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  34. I love charm packs for small projects like purses, coasters or table runners. Thanks for the chance to win and best regards from Germany!

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  35. Vou fazer uma pequena peça para o meu quarto de costura.Mais original impossível.obrigada.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  36. Of course everyone wants that charming charm pack. I bet it would make a darling I-Spy or pieces for an alphabet quilt

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  37. I don't have this one - a great pack for a little twister quilt.

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  38. Maybe I´ll use it in a tablerunner. That is if I win of course. Thank you for sharing.
    Gun, Sweden

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  39. Oh...this would make a cute wall hanging for my quilt room...thanks for being so generous! Have a great day...oh and thanks for telling us another name for those pesky little thread ends....I have lots of those.

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  40. Love your St. Pat's day themed blog...so cute. I looked to something on my blog but I am just not savvy enough to figure things out. Thank you.

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  41. I love this fabric, I made a pinwheel quilt with it before. I could make another one if I have the luck of the Irish with me. Happy St Patrick's Day and thanks for the opportunity to enter your giveaway.

    happy days.
    Bev.xoxo

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  42. Such pretty fabric. would love to win!

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  43. An UnRuly Letters quilt - Measure Twice Cut Once! My DH's favourite saying.

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  44. I think I would probably make a picnic blanket. Cute fabric.

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  45. I haven't seen these fabrics before but the colors look bright and happy -- just my style! I would like to do a scrappy quilt!

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  46. Here lately I've been doing lots of kids' quilts so it would definitely go toward one of those!

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  47. I'd make a children's quilt - pairing it up with a solid charm pack. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  48. What a cute little charm pack! I am working on some patterns for some quilts and this would be perfect!

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  49. These would make a cute tote bag.

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  50. This would make a cute tote for one of my teacher friends!

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  51. I really like your banner with the description of Hilachas. Happy St. Patrick's Day to you!

    Mary K

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  52. Not sure what I would use it for but it would get used.

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  53. Thanks for joining in the fun hop.
    Love the colours in that fabric line.

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  54. I loved to make something for my son. So cute. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  55. I have not seen that fabric before, so ADORABLE! Thanks for the chance to win it! (marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  56. Hmmm...I think this fabric would make a nice contribution to a very simple charm quilt.

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  57. What a great giveaway! I would probably make a baby quilt with them!

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  58. Hilachas ... that's a much better word than I use so I thank you for it. I just love that charm pack - oh my goodness, would I love to get my hands on one of those, lol! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  59. Hi Irene, so glad to be here. have you been over to my house yet? Giving away something really different and cute. :) I love this charm pack, I can't say I have ever noticed it before. Love it. Pick me LOL

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  60. Thanks for the cute give away, and for expanding my vocabulary ;-)

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  61. Hope I win I
    love that fabric:)


    Thanks

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  62. Loveley give away you have, thanks for the opportunity! Always such fun the blog hop give away parties! I would love to use this for my small basket quilt, I use all kind of bright colors for it!

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  63. Great giveaway! I would use the charms in a mini twister quilt.
    Thanks for the chance to win!!!!

    wigglypup2@yahoo.com

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  64. How cute is that!?!? All of my friends and cousins got married in the last year or two... so now the race is on for kids! I'd have to make a quilt for a lucky baby :-) Thanks for the opportunity!

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  65. What a cute little charm pack! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  66. I would love to make a little twister quilt with this charm pack.

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  67. Love this fabric line! I just made a cute mini tote with part of a charm pack. This would be darling made up as a tote as well. Or some mug rugs!

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  68. I might make a small quilt with it for a wee one!

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  69. I would probably make a baby quilt with this pack of fabric. Thanks for a chance.

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  70. I love charm packs, they are so much fun to work with. Thank you for the chance to win.

    Happy quilting!

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  71. I have two grandsons who reap the rewards of this charm pack. I not sure exactly what I would make but something fun! Thanks for the chance on your great giveaway!

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  72. Love it! I'd probably make something for my sewing machine, Cover, pin cushion, mat with thread catcher. Love it! Thanks for the chance.

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  73. I'm runnign out of idea ... but I will be selfish and make something for me.

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  74. It would make such a cute baby quilt, thanks for the chance to win.

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  75. I would add some of it to my "kid quilts" fabric pile. I know quite a few kidlets that still need a hand made quilt and this would be perfect! I'd also make a cute Kindle cover with some of it!

    Thanks for a chance to win. :)

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  76. I'm thinking of quilting a bright coulourful bag to take to my next quilt show to pop all newly bought supplies in!

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  77. Cute Charm Pack. I don't know what I'd make! Thanks for the chance.

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  78. I'd make a quilt. My friends are having a lot of babies lately.

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  79. I would make a baby quilt:)

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  80. Ilove the top print. Not sure what I would make though!

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  81. I love American Jane fabrics.. I am sure I would put together a wall hanging for my living room. Thanks so much for sharing!!

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  82. That charm pack would make up into a darling Loving Hands quilt! Thanks for the opportunity to enter :)

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  83. I would use it for my friend's baby quilt

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  84. what a cute charm pack, it looks boyish... I'm actually pregnant and will find out next week what we're having so if it's a boy and I win this I might make him a quilt

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  85. I would love to win. I have a twister ruler, and need something to use it on!!

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  86. Very sweet charm pack! I'd use some for Sew Out Loud and some in a sweet lap quilt!

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  87. these charms would be great with some primary solids to make a baby quilt

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  88. This is the first time I see this line and looks vey nice.

    I think a summer bag .Thanks for the cahnce!

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  89. I love this line! I would put them into a quilt for my family room.

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  90. What a cute layer cake! I would make something for myself with this, maybe a cover for my sewing machine.

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  91. I would make a fabulous table runner

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  92. I love that fabric! I'd make a cover for my sewing machine for sure! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  93. I think this fabric is just sooo... wonderful! I would make some placemats for the grands out of it. Thanks so much for the chance.

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  94. Looks like some fun fabric to make a tote bag out of. Thanks for the opportunity.

    lsandes@comcast.net

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  95. Looks like some fun fabric to make a tote bag out of. Thanks for the opportunity.

    lsandes@comcast.net

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  96. I think I would make a cute bag. Wonderful prize!
    beth(dot)sebastian(at)gmail(dot)com

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  97. Oh how cute! Definitely something for my sewing room! I haven't seen that line before. If I don't win I will definitely have to find it.

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  98. I'd love to get a charm pack of that line! I'd definitely do something like a tote with some neutral fabrics mixed in.

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  99. I would LOVE some Wee Play. I missed it the first time around. I would love to add it to my 30's fabrics that I am collecting for a quilt. Thanks Irene.

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  100. Nice giveaway! Not sure what I'd make... perhaps a lap quilt?

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  101. Thanks for the chance. Love the fabtric. May make a small wall hanging for my g reat ne;hew

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  102. So beautiful! I'd make a doll quilt for my 7 year old, who loves it when Mommy sews things just for her!

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  103. Wee Play mixed with a solid would make a great twister throw!

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  104. This collection looks like so much fun! I would love the chance to play with it!

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  105. I would make a small quilt for my son to snuggle with.

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  106. I think a baby quilt would be fun with this charm pack! thanks for the giveaway!

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  107. I have a tote bag pattern that would be great to make up with this charm pack. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  108. oh, wouldn't a twister look fabulous with this line of fabric! Nice and bright and colorful!

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  109. These vibrant colors would be perfect for a play mat for a child! Thank you for the chance to win! :-)

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  110. I think it would make a darling Schnibble quilt!

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  111. I'd love to create something for my oldest son who lives in New Zealand (I'm in Australia) it's the perfect thing for him to be reminded of me :-)

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  112. I really hope I win this! I started a charm quilt using this line ages ago but I can't finish because I need a few more squares!! This would help me finish my quilt :-)

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  113. It's adorable. I think it would look very sweet as a simple charm quilt for picnics and such!

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  114. Thanks for such a great giveaway! Have a Happy Day! :)

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  115. I'm making little wall hangings for my quilting room, and think this would be a fun component. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  116. Hello! I'd love to use this charm pack for small projects. thanks for the chance!

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  117. I'd love to make a cushion out of it for my sewing area. It'd be so cute.

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  118. What a cool charm pack ~ love the prints! I'd like to put this fabric into a quilt for myself! Thanks for a chance to win! :)

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  119. Definitely a bag!, thanks for the chance!!!!!!!

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  120. I love this charm pack. Ihaven't seen it in the stores here. I think, if it's all sewing notions, I'd make a new sewing carryall. Otherwise, I'd make some pincushions....I'm a collector!

    Thanks.

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  121. The first thing that came to my mind was to use this charm pack for a bag for my son's teacher. The second thing was to use it for a fellow quilter's bag. Either way, I would probably make a bag with them!

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  122. My first thought was a tote for my sewing supplies , have never seen this fabric before , looks so interesting. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  123. I am particularly fond of Charm packs - I like the little pieces for appliqué in my hand embroideries.

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  124. What a cute charm pack! I would like to make a wallhanging for my sewing room with this. Thanks for the chance to win this charm pkg.

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  125. Maybe I´ll use it in a tablerunner. That is if I win of course. Thank you for sharing.
    Gun, Sweden
    gun@lapp.se

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  126. Wee Play!! Has this been re-released?! I love these fabrics. I'd use it to make a wee quilt for my wee one. :)

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  127. I would make a baby quilt with that charm pack. So many of my friends are becoming grandmas that it would be great to make the new baby a quilt.

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  128. Great giveaway! I'm experiementing with the 'Lil Twister ruler. I'd use this charm pack to make a new wall-hanging. Have a great week!

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  129. I haven't seen these before, but they are really cute. I need to make a cover for my sewing machine and these would be perfect to use in it. Thank you so much for the giveaway.
    (ccarter13@windstream.net)

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  130. I Love charm packs and have made a table runner for my best friend for her birthday last year. With this charm pack I would add to it and make a quilt for the Linus foundation.

    Susie

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  131. What fun fabrics! Thanks for the chance to win I think I would use them to make a wall hanging.

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  132. Thanks for the chance to win, so lovely notion fabrics. I can´t tell you, what I would sew out of these fabrics. I like to sew tablerunner or cushions of charmpacks, but not with sewingnotions :o)

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  133. Si ganara el sorteo, usaría el charm pack para hacer un camino de mesa o quizás unos salvamanteles. Muchas gracias por el obsequio tan bonito.

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  134. I love the charm Pack. I am not sure what i would make but lately I am making Doll Quilts. Thanks
    Elizabeth

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  135. Wee play!!! I really love Sandy's fabrics, is one of my favourite designers. if I won I would like to make a baby quilt following one of the tutorials included at MOdabakeshop webpage.
    thank you so much for this chance to win :)

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  136. I have 21 grandchildren (the newest one yesterday!) and I make quilts for our local women's crisis center. I can find a bright, fun quilt to use that in. Thanks.

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  137. I love the wee charm pack. I think these charms would be great in the I Spy quilts I make.

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  138. I'm into pinwheels at the moment, so that is what I'd make for a new quilt. Thank you for the opportunity :-)

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  139. I would make a coin quilt for a baby. The bright colors would be perfect. I'm enjoying the blog hop, thanks for participating and the opportunity to win the American Jane's 'Wee Play' charm pack...blog hopping from Michigan...(o:

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  140. I think I would use the charm pack for something for my sewing room, love the colours. Thank you :)

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  141. I am thinking about using some Kona White and using the Wee Play charm pack to make a child's quilt for my great newpher. He would just love this quilt forever. We have snow here in Sonora, CA and I am spending my time entering all of the giveways on the Blog Hop Party. Thank you so much for a chance to win.

    Sandi T.
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  142. Love that charm pack, would love to use it in a quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  143. thank you for this chance. I cross my fingers. My project could be a bag. hugs

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  144. I think I would make a quilt journal cover and matching carry bag. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  145. HELLO! LOVE THIS FABRIC+WOULD USE IT IN MY NEXT QUILT! THANK YOU FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

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  146. Love the charm pack! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  147. Wee Play sounds like a perfect choice to make a play mat for one of my new granddaughters. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  148. Such a cute charm pack. I am not sure what I'd use it for but it would be put to good use when I do figure it out!

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  149. I love using charm packs to make half-square triangle quilts. Quick and fun to show off a fabric collection. Thank you for a lovely giveaway.

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  150. Cute charm pack. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  151. Looking for the right charm pack to make a quilted tote bag. Looks very appropriate. Thanks

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  152. This line looks like a lot of fun! I would add it to the fabrics I am collecting to make the perfect quilters quilt lol

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  153. Love novelty prints!!! These would make a cute kid quit for project Linus!!!!

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  154. I'd make a fun tote/project bag. Thanks for joining in the Blog Hop Party Giveaway.

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  155. I have never seen this print. It is adorable. I think I would like to make a sewing Machine Cover. Thank you for the chnace to win.

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  156. I have never seen this print. It is adorable. I think I would like to make a sewing Machine Cover. Thank you for the chnace to win.

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  157. adorable charm pack! I would probably use it for a patchwork kite or belt!

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  158. Great giveaway! I would like to make school bag for my son!

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  159. Cute Charm Pack!! I think I would make a baby quilt. I am a new follower! Thanks for the chance!

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  160. I think I would make....hmmmm....Not too sure maybe a quilt for my nephew! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  161. This fabric is yummy. I would love to win it.

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  162. I usually like to buy 2 charms at a time so I can share too. This would go get in my charm stash for my friendship quilt. Thanks for the chance

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  163. I haven't made a twister yet. This would be just right. Thanks for the chance.

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  164. I would love to make a small quilt with it, with my daughter. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  165. I think I would pair it with fabrics that fit the colors and make a kids or wheelchair quilt.

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  166. I love using charm packs - currently making a lot of table runners, and they work perfectly for that with a little extra yardage for binding and backing. Thanks for the give away!

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  167. I love this line and if I win I'll use this charm pack to make pencil cases, my current obsession :)
    Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  168. Hi, hope you are doing well and thank you for the giveaway I love charm packs because they are handy little squares to make a lap quilt or a few mug rugs. Thanks again and have a good week.

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  169. What an adorable charm pack!! Thanks for the chance to win. :)

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  170. Thanks for the great giveaway! I think I would make a toddler quilt. Love your blog...i'm also a new follower.

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  171. Thanks for the opportunity with the give away. Not sure yet what it will end up being, But i know it will be put to good use.

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  172. such cute fabric - thanks for the chance to win! I'm also going to check out your fabric swap!

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  173. I totally love those rulers! thank for the chance to win

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  174. thanks for the chance. it looks great... probably make a summer quilt

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  175. Fabulous charm pack - thanks for the chance! I just love charm packs. This one would be great for a picnic quilt.

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  176. This is a new to me collection and it is just so cute! I can see it going into a quilt paired with some cool solids that make those prints pop. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  177. My comment didn't post! The charm pack is lovely and would pair it with some cool solids to make the charms pop in a sweet quilt. Thanks for the chance.

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  178. Yo tengo muchas hilachas tambien. I missed out on teh Wee Play line before--I'd use the charm pack to make a little picnic quilt.

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  179. Not sure what i'd make, but I'm sure it would be something fun. Thanks for the chance to win your cool giveaway.

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  180. What intriguing fabric. I've not seen it before and I expect I'd make something for myself and my sewing room.

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  181. Love the Charm Pack! Thanks for the giveaway..I am tempted to use my lil' twister and make a fun little quilt!!

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  182. It is so beatiful, i will do a cover for my sewing maching, she need more that a old dirthy children fabric.

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  183. I would make a cute little quilt with this adorable charm pack. Thanks for opportunity.

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  184. Love the charm pack....I can see a darling baby quilt from these! Thanks for participating in the blog hop party.

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  185. The charm pack is lovely - I'm not sure what it would become - maybe a quilt for one of the kids at the local homeless shelters here

    nhsarab at yahoo dot com

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  186. I think I would make a L'il Twister quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  187. Love the rulers on top! Perfect for my hexie project I think.

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  188. Nice fabric, perfect for a picnic quilt or a lap quilt. awolk@rogers.com

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  189. I haven't seen this fabric yet - awesome! I've been wanting to make some crayon carriers for the twins - these charms would be perfect. Thanks for the chance to win it.

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  190. Those charm packs are easy to use when I'm teaching children to sew. They cut them in a couple smaller squares, and make a pincushion, or a little doll blanket with them. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  191. I would love to make a couple new zip top bags!

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  192. Awesome charm pack, I would have to make something for my 2 year old granddaughter. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  193. I need to make a baby quilt and that would be perfect. I could also use it for crayon rools I want to make. Thanks for a chance.

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  194. This looks like fabric my 3 year old granddaughter would love! :) Thanks for the opportunity to win such a great giveaway! :)

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  195. I think these fabrics would make a great library bag for my six year old. Cheers, Karen

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  196. I could use it for my hexagon projects. Thanks for the giveaway. Greetings from Norway.

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  197. Always a quilt! thank you for sharing.

    mystica123athotmaildotcom

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