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Sew, Mama, Sew! Giveaway (Intrepid Thread)

************Giveaways are all closed – Congratulations to Laurie and Binks who were the Sew Mama Sew Winners!*******

Hey, don’t forget to enter my Welcome: Simply Solids Giveaway!and the Blog Hop Giveaway for even more chances to win fabulous fabric! And you can leave a link on Manic Monday Linky Party!

Hi! I’d like to welcome you to my website and blog, SewHappyGeek. I hope you end up staying a while – if you’re looking for a project, check out my Tutorials page. I’ll also be offering the Sew. Happy. Quilt. QALΒ which will kick off in January and will finish with some fabulous prizes for random participants who finish their quilt top! If you’ve never made a quilt before but would like to, this is the QAL for you! We start off easy and slowly work our way to more difficult techniques – you can totally do it!

I’ve got TWO items to give away today – the first is an apron I made using my Pleated Hostess Apron Tutorial:

This is the front.
This is the back side – if I had pressed the pleats in it would look much nicer – oops!
And as always, it has my label sewn to the front.

Also, I have a few sponsors, one of whom was generous enough to give me some goodies to give away in the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway! Julie from Intrepid Thread is such a lovely lady to work with – she’s super busy giving everyone great deals on fabric but she always makes time to answer my dumb questions.

I don’t know if you’re familiar with The Intrepid Thread, but Julie has some of the very best deals on fabric that I’ve ever seen. She’s got super fat quarter bundles, including Rendezvous (my personal favourite), Lark by Amy Butler, Flora by Lauren and Jessi Jung and Happiness by Katy Davis.

And to carry on with our Aqua theme, she very generously gave me an Art Gallery Elements Fat Quarter Bundle to give away:

This giveaway is open internationally so all can enter. In accordance with the Sew, Mama, Sew rules this giveaway will be open till 16 Dec and the winner will be chosen by my And The Winner Is…plug-in. I’ll email the winner and also announce it on the blog.

Here’s how to enter:

  • Leave me a comment telling me what you’d do with this FQ bundle – quilt, tote bag, skirt, wacky men’s suit?
  • If you’re a follower, leave me an additional comment letting me know.
  • If you’re a follower of Julie’s Intrepid Thread blog, let me know.
That’s it! Have fun perusing all the other giveaways!

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815 thoughts on “Sew, Mama, Sew! Giveaway (Intrepid Thread)

  1. A wacky man’s suit would be great but don’t think I could get any of them to admit to being a wacky man! I’m thinking placemats, tablerunner & coaster set would be great. Thanks for the chance. Tracee xx

  2. Thanks for the chance to win – these fabrics are lovely. I am about to start organizing my quilt group make 5 quilts for female Aussie soldiers serving in Afghanistan and any nice fabric I get will go towards that! Can’t think of a better cause. Happy stitching!

  3. Some coordinating mug rugs would look so cute. I’ve been meaning to make one for myself and still haven’t, but with these lovelies… I would just have to.

  4. This would make a lovely bag, or machine cover/mat and extras such as a thread catcher/pincushion. πŸ™‚
    Thanks for the giveaway, and Merry Xmas.

  5. These fabrics are lovely I have been looking for a collection in these colours since my son got married in February to make a double wedding ring quilt for him and his new wife, looks like I have now run out of excuses πŸ™‚ Great giveaway!

  6. oooh, lovely giveaway! I’m not sure what I’d do with it. Maybe some table linen.

    P.s. I really don’t understand that losing readers thing – I follow you in my reader, I have no idea if blogs are suddenly going to disappear on me!

  7. Hi Jenna!! OHhh, great giveaways going on here. I LOVE that FQ bundle, it is sooo pretty. It would make a fabulous Spring time purse. I have a purse pattern that I made up and love, so all my purses are made out of it. And it would look beautiful in those turquoise’s. lol. Have a great day!

  8. Hmm, I think I’d try and make a sophisticated bag (as I don’t seem to be able to DO sophisticated, probably due to my dubious fabric choices πŸ˜‰ ) Thanks for the chance to win πŸ™‚

  9. Thank you for the chance to win these lovelies! My plan of action would be to mix them with the wrenly fabric thats been shouting at me to sew something up with it, I think a quilt would look great πŸ™‚

  10. That apron is cute! And love the fabric choices! I might make a purse for myself. or a table runner..thanks for the giveaway!

  11. I adore aquas. I think it’s time to make a new bag for myself but I’d happily take those FQs and make something nice for somebody else, too. Maybe some cushions for my grandma’s 75th? thx for the chance! πŸ™‚

  12. Thanks for the fun giveaway, I’m deep in baby quilt making mode right now so that’s probably what I’d use the fabric for. The apron is totally adorable too!

  13. I think these fabrics would eventually work their way into a quilt. Or a bag. I’m making a bunch of drawstring bags for Christmas wrapping right now and they would be darling in these fabrics! Thanks!

  14. If I get this pack, I’d make patchwork pillows for my livingroom to go with my map/culture decor in January.

    I follow Julie’s Intrepid Thread blog.

  15. I just made a set of travel organizer bags for my sister’s Christmas present (drawstring bags, jewelry holder, zipper make-up bags etc.) and now I’m jealous and want my own so that would be just about the perfect amount of fabric to make some for myself!

  16. I’m a follower and with this fabric I would make a table runner and some placemats for one of my daughters who has a predominantly grey interior and who loves aqua.
    Thank you for a chance to will these beauties.

  17. What a great giveaway – I make quilts for charity and those colors would be wonderful in a quilt – I recently bought the farmers wife sampler book and think that it would be fun to work with this batch of fabrics.

  18. Julie has a great business going – I have been a follower of Intrepid Thread for some time now – love her pics of fabrics.

  19. One of my besties has been wanting a turquoise table runner for *ages* but hasn’t been able to find fabric that was the right shade at our local big box…. so I think if I won that gorgeous FQ bundle I’d have to make her a table runner!

  20. gorgeous fabric! i would definitely make a quilt with it – maybe the swoon pattern that’s been so popular?

  21. What beautiful fabric!! The colors would be perfect for my youngest daughter, so if I were to win, I’d make a tote for her– and also a cover for her Kindle– she’s been requesting one! Maybe even a cell phone case… Thanks for the chance to win!

  22. Oh wow. You sure packed A LOT of great information into one post there didn’t you? Awesome.!!
    Well, if I won I’d be super excited first of all. Why? Well, because before I even read what you were giving away today, I clicked over and read all about that quilt along you are starting in January. The first thing that caught my eye on that quilt along was the dresden block you’ve included. I LOVE the look of the Dresden block yet I’ve not tried making one yet. I also have never done paper piecing YET! I really need to get off my computer to do all these awesome things all you wonderful bloggers are showing/teaching how to do. Geez, I have so many now that if I sat at my sewing machine from the time I get up each day (3:30am) and sewed until I went to bed about 10pm each night and did that for the entire next year I’d never make a dent in all the awesome tutorials, quilts, and then my machine embroidery ideas I’ve saved so far.
    Anyway, if I won I would seriously think about using that gorgeous fabric for your quilt along IF I got brave. I’d only need to buy some extras to go with that bundle and I’d be set. I’m thinking some of the gorgeous Hibiscus would be a great start in buying more.

  23. I would make a gorgeous quilt with wool batting that I would curl up in at night when I watch TV. I am always cold and if you are going to wrap up, you should wrap up in a pretty quilt, right?

  24. And YES! I am totally a follower of Julie’s Intrepid Thread. I LOVE her shop and hopefully next year will be much better and my checkbook will love it as much as I do. HA I’m sure Julie would love that too.

  25. A wacky men’s suit? Yes! Well, ok, no. But wouldn’t that be fun. I plan on joining a quilt along in January so it would become a queen sized quilt for my bed! rebecca342 at gmail dot com

  26. This would go into a quilt for me!! Aquas and teals are my favorite – and they look so good with those greys! Love those fabrics! Thanks for a chance to win! πŸ™‚

  27. My son just got remarried and he and Sherry redid the bedroom in turquoise and chocolate. I would use the fabric to make a quilt for them. Thank you for a chance to win.

  28. These are great stash builders and would be so sweet with some yellow added to make a baby quilt πŸ™‚

  29. I think that I would like to make an apron…or possible a scrappy quilt!! So many ideas and not enough time!!

  30. I’m working with a lot of greys at present, so they’d find their way into quilts, for sure! And the turquoise would be perfect in the bow tie quilt I’m concocting!

  31. Yes I am a follower of the intrepid thread. And I can also highly recommend them, I bought some fabric a few weeks ago – their pics are so clear and the package arrived promptly and soooo beautifully wrapped

  32. I love this fabric! The colors are fabulous and I would use this for a quilt! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

  33. “Boing!” -> the sound of my eyes popping out of their sockets when I saw this gorgeous set of FQ’s. What will I make out of them? Everything! I will use them to make as many nifty tiny things for people closest to my heart and a load of thingies for my home. The colours are so gorgeous and so me it’s not even funny πŸ™‚

    Thank you for a great giveaway.

    Marilize
    (marilize.paulsen@gmail.com)

  34. This is a beautiful collection. I think I would make a collection of pillows for my daughter’s bed for her new apartment. These are her colors and her favorite colors. πŸ™‚ Thank you for this wonderful giveaway.

  35. I love the apron! it so beautifully finished. I’ve been dying to make an all aqua and blue mini quilt, this could be my chance!

  36. I am a follower of Julie’s blog and have followed you for the past month or so. I am new to quilting and just finished the blocks for my first quilt. I am still getting my fabric stash – so I would use the fabric to add to it. Probably would end up as a quilt! Wish me luck.

    Anna

  37. Heh, heh, I’d probably stash those fabrics away and use them up slowly in different projects. πŸ˜€ Thanks for the chance to win!

  38. I’ve been sewing for about a year now and though I’ve made several bags, I’ve not made one for myself. This fabric would be just the thing for a Sewing Bag! Thanks for the chance!

  39. Ooh some lovely new cushions to brighten up my lounge this winter πŸ™‚

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

  40. I’d make something for my sister out of that beautiful fabric, because she loves Art Gallery fabrics. Thanks for sharing with us.

  41. I inevitably would make a quilt top with this bundle! These are such great “stash builder” fabrics too. Thank you for the chance to win!

  42. Lovely fabric! I would definitely use some of it to make a shirt for my little son (and probably some for baby booties – gifts). πŸ™‚

  43. I would use the fabric to make a lap quilt for the Dallas Ronald McDonald House. The colors are just fabulous.

  44. Oh, that’s such a gorgeous stack I’d just have to make a lap quilt out of it. Thank you so much for a great giveaway. Merry Christmas! Kd

  45. This bundle is so perfect for me! I’m redecorating our living room now and sewing some pillows and other stuff in salmon, mustard, turquoise, gray and beige color way (+ I love these Art Gallery prints:).

  46. I absolutely love the colours of your Fat Quarter bundle, so it is not, what could you do, but what could you not do!
    I think I would start with a ‘Teddy in bed’ pyjama case for a little girl I know, and then there would be lots left over to use for quilt blocks, bag linings, a new etui, so many things….

  47. I have a friend who is expecting a baby in January, and her nursery theme is grey and aqua. It’s meant to be!!! πŸ™‚

    Thanks for the opportunity to join in, and enjoy your giveaway day!

  48. I adore Pat Bravo! Thanks for the chance to win some. I have a hard time planning ahead, but I imagine these would end up in a quilt.

  49. I love this fabric! It would be awesome to win some although I’m not sure what I would make with it yet. Probably a purse or maybe a cute wintery table runner since the colors kinda remind me of winter.

  50. Hi Jenna, I am a follower of both yours & Intrepid Threads Blogs & on Facebook πŸ™‚ I absolutely love this fabric…aquamarine is my favourite colour & that silver grey with it, is inspired πŸ™‚ I would make a clutch bag & a tote & would attempt to use it with some other fabric I have which will go perfectly with it, to try & make my first ever quilt πŸ™‚ I’m a newbie sewist & am loving it πŸ™‚

  51. I’m a follower of your blog. Btw – have you mentioned before where you get/make your labels? I love them and have been looking to make something like it.

  52. Love the aqua FQ bundle – would use it in a quilt – that is my main hobby. It would be very cool since the fabrics are terrific.

  53. I love this fabric – I think it would be a great start for a beautiful quilt! Thanks for offering this in the giveaway!

  54. Wow! What a gorgeous collection. Skirt would be very tempting…i’d add a smidgeon of red and accessorise with my red shoes. πŸ™‚ Of course, a quilt would also be tempting…..

  55. I joined a friend of mine at a quilting bee as a first-timer recently… itching to make my own quilt! This fabric would be divine.

  56. I am a follower of both yours and Julie Intreped thread blogs
    what would I do with this gorgeous fabric I would make a quilt. I love quilts. These colours would look amazing in a quilt.
    thanks so much for the opportunity. Merry Christmas.

  57. Would make a baby quilt for our new granddaughter that will be here in the spring…or maybe burp rags?!

    Thanks!
    Julie

  58. I am loving aqua and grey with a hint of red right now. I am imagining a lovely quilt in my future….!

  59. And I subscribed to follow your blog through my google reader thingy. I hope that will still work???!!!

  60. Thank you for the generous giveaways! That’s a cute apron and isn’t so “girly” that my husband wouldn’t wear it in the kitchen.

    I think I’d make a tote bag with the fabrics, or maybe a wall hanging. The colors are so beautiful and soothing. πŸ™‚

  61. Maybe a quilt, maybe a tote bag but definetly not a wacky mens suit, LOL! Thanks for a great biveaway and Happy Holidays! πŸ™‚

  62. Im a follower of The Intrepid Thread πŸ™‚ Thanks amd Happy Holidays to you both and your families!

  63. Beautiful fabrics! If I win I will make a little girl’s dress out of some of it..maybe a bag out of the rest. Thanks for the chance.

  64. The combination is so pretty! My first thought is doll clothes but a little bag for myself would be nice too.

  65. I follow you-switched to bloglovin already too. I also follow Intrepid Thread ( and am a satisfied customer ). I just love this fabric stack-would have to put it with some white from my huge collection of whites and make me a quilt.

  66. I’d make myself a quilt with this bundle (and I never make quilts for myself) I think some Kona solids (black and charcoal and a teal-ish) would pair wonderfully with these. Thank you for the lovely giveaway.

  67. After fondling the Art Gallery FQs for a while, and drooling over the fact that they’re totally my ideal colour scheme, they would likely be used to make a mini-quilt curling iron/hair straightener hot mat I want to make for my bathroom. I really need something to protect the counter when I use my hair tools, and these would make the most scrumptious hot mat for those <3 πŸ˜€

  68. Also, I’ve been following you on BlogLovin for a little while now. I love that blog reader, and typically find Blogger blogs super frustrating to comment on. Long story short, I follow you on BlogLovin <3

  69. Ohh! yum! I think I would just play with this for a while until the right project came along! I’m a follower & also of intrepid thread. Thanks for the nice giveaway!

  70. I would make some quilted cushions for my mom to brighten up her room, she soooo deserves it. Thanks for the opportunity to win this bundle!!!!

    Happy Christmas

    cleo
    cleo (AT) techgear.co.za

  71. Oh Jenna I love the apron, well done! The FQ bundle is delicious, I think I’d put it towards a quilt I need to make for my middle child.
    thanks so much for the giveaway

  72. I would make a quilt for sure. I’ve got lots of fabric that would blend beautifully with this giveaway. Thank you!

  73. I would love to start my very first quilt with these fabrics! Thanks for the giveaway! Amy @ gasudimack(at)sbcglobal(dot)net.

  74. OMG! This would be perfect to help me finish my charm square quilt! I participated in CraftBuds Aqua, Gray, and Yellow Charm square swap. This would be perfect!

  75. I would love to make a quilt for my sister as she is a huge Aqua/Brown fan, so that would be great…I would also keep the grey for my Grey and Orange quilt! Now my other sister (I have 3 of them) would love the arpon so that would make a great birthday present!

  76. With those fabrics, I’d make a pretty lap quilt for my “chair” where I do quiet stitching and reading.

  77. Funky men’s suit!! No, I’d totally make a quilt with this. But first I’d suggest it to my boyfriend as a new suit, just to see his face.

  78. Wow, that pretty bundle would become a bag in my hands – a bag for myself, since these colours are right up my alley! Thanks for giving them away!

    dorte_dk (at) yahoo.dk

  79. Hello, Beautiful fabrics. I would use them to make a set of placemats for my sister-in-law. Thanks for the chance to win. Linda

  80. Wow, the colors and prints in that FQ bundle are fabulous! I’d love to make a nice lap quilt out of them. Thanks for the chance to win.

  81. I think I would end up using alot of it in bee blocks, aqua and grey are such popular requests at the mo, everyone (including me) seems to be requesting them in bees and swaps!

  82. The fabrics are so beautiful! I would probably work them into several projects, if possible. Maybe a rug mug, some coasters, a hot pad or two… I would love to use them in a quilt, but if I could share the love in several projects I’ll do that instead πŸ™‚

  83. Easy question! With that lot of fabric I would make a skirt for myself out of it, tiny purses and all the leftovers would go into my a-quilt-finally-for-myself-project next year! πŸ™‚

  84. Hey Jenna, I would attempt to make an apron out of these beautiful fabrics! It would make a cheery gift for one of my sisters. (:

  85. The aquas are gorgeous and very generous of you! I think they would make a beautiful lap quilt along with some more brown and very light tan?? Very nice giveaway.
    thanks

  86. I would make my daughter a beach bag out of the fabric. I just made one for me and she really like it and these would be great colors for her. Thanks so much and happy holidays. lauri (dot)rymar(at) gmail (dot)com

  87. they would go lovely for a baby quilt for my cousin’s baby, my ehhh ?grandcousin? … anyway yep that’s what I would use it for – if I don’t get it I will jsut have to raid a shop…
    Thanks for the chance!

  88. Those fabrics are so gorgeous! I would use them as part of my aqua and gray quilt I’m working on. Thanks for the chance to win and I hope that you have a magical christmas! =)

  89. The colours would go great in my studio so maybe some cushions to go on the sofa bed – one of things I have been meaning to do since we moved in 4 years ago.

  90. Hmmm…well, I’d probably fold it and refold it a lot before eventually deciding to make it into some lovely pillowcovers…or maybe a quilt.

    Thanks for the chance!

  91. Please enter me in your giveaway. I love the aquas!

    I’m following you through networked blogs. I guess I’ll have to start promoting that since I’m on a non-blogger blog as well. Thanks for the heads up.

    Cheers,
    Tracy

  92. I would use this fabric in a quilt, probably with the addition of a little peach or apricot!

  93. I am a happy regular follower of your blog! Many of us are concerned about losing the ability to follow blogs, but I do not quite understand how to use the other ways to follow!

  94. Those are such good accent colors, they’d likely go into some clothing for my kiddos. Ruffles, bias tape, you name it, I’d do it!

  95. I would make this into a cute little wall hanging for my nephew’s nursery that is done up in these colours.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    allisonbright{at}gmail{dot}com

  96. Oh those colours are delightful. I think it is time for Mummy to make something for herself. I found a great tote pattern during this SMSGAD so if I win I will be making myself one of those. Maybe if there is some left I could make a mini version to match mummies for my daughter who is almost 1 1/2 and loves to try to carry mum & dad’s bags.

  97. I’d probably use these for a lap quilt – I’ve been wanting one lately as the weather gets colder.

  98. Gray and aqua are my very favorite colors (every single room in my house is either gray or aqua)! So I would looove to have this fabric. I have really been enjoying makings various bags lately, so I would use the fabric to make patchwork totes or zippered pouches.

  99. Pretty apron and lovely fabric! I’d make some doll clothes and quilts for my girls. πŸ™‚ thanks for the chance to win!
    okiedokiemama at yahoo dot com

  100. Oh I love aqua, I would have to use my new quilting skills with these so I could use them all together, a table runner or cushions, defo something that would be on display in my frontroom!
    Thx for the chance!

  101. I would make coordinating outfits for my son and daughter with the bundle! Thanks for the chance to win! πŸ™‚

  102. I’m starting a quilt with different shades of greens and blues, and these fabrics would fit right in!

  103. definitely a quilt…just looking at these colours would make me so calm and peaceful…placemats would be great too…thanks for such a lovely giveaway

  104. That green is my favorite color. I think I would make a table topper for the table in my foyer. Merry Christmas!

  105. I think I’d probably make a quilt or a skirt for my little girl. A wacky suit for my little boy would be fun, but I think it’s beyond me at the moment–it’s still a possibility though. πŸ™‚

  106. Those are the colors I am using for my living room, so I would probably make some cushion covers to brighten it up a bit!

  107. I love the colour of this fabric and have a few pieces in my stach that would match nicely with this. I would make a lap quilt for a very special friend

  108. I think that set would make a great bag and coordinating accessories! Thanks for a wonderful giveaway!

  109. Great giveaway! I would love to use these fabrics to get over my zipper fear and make some zipper pouches. Maybe even one of those box pouches I have always wanted to make. My dad always called them ditty bags, but I don’t hear anyone else calling them that…

  110. I would try to make an awesome tote bag with the beautiful fabric… or maybe a guft card holder… or perhaps a zippered pouch. Thanks so much for the chance to win!

  111. I love the colors and would probably have to make an awesome scrappy mug rug to go with whatever I bake with the apron. And then some pillows and maybe a scrappy lap quilt. I love the patterns and colors. Thanks for the giveaway!

  112. WOW, it would become a quilt for our little one, who is in hospital, a sleeping beauty since 4 months now…sorry..
    Thank you for the chance to win this wonderful prize.
    Kind regards from Germany.
    Claudia

  113. This fabric is gorgeous. I would use it for a mini quilt for my sewing room as it matches the colors in there wonderfully.

  114. lots of projects for such beautiful fabrics! Swoon Quilt, Farmer’s Wife Sampler Quilt, Japanese x and + quilt along. Oh the possibilites = )

  115. The fabric would go into a quilt for sure. I’d probably mix in some chocolate brown, as almost all my quilts this year have gotten some chocolate mixed in! If I still had some scraps, they’d make their way into a tote bag πŸ™‚

  116. I’d make throw pillows. These are the colors I’ve planned to use to make some pillows. I can piece the various patterns to make various pillow sizes.

  117. I adore Pat Bravo’s fabric and especially those aquas. I think they’d look great as a scrappy trim on white dish towels. Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.

  118. Oh, wow. I think I’d use these to make a porch quilt for when I read out on the deck. Love these…
    Thank you for the chance to win your giveaway.

  119. I’d love to make a throw quilt & some cushion covers with these lovely fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway.

  120. I think I would make a clutch, but it unless I hold something in my hands, I don’t really know. πŸ™‚

  121. oh my, are you really reading all these? Le’ts test that theory, shall we? I would modge podge these fabrics across my naked body and then go to work, sporting my modge-podge art-quilt outfit and spurt nasty puns like “is it sticky in here or is that just me?” or “I’m feeling blue today. Would you like to feel blue?” yeah, baby!

  122. I am following Julie. In fact, she sent me a thank you with my order that read to “Mistress Duff” so you see I will follow her forever. anywhere. as in can’t get rid of me. like that strange smell the morning after you’ve had too much to drink. I know, some gals get all the luck.

  123. I’m on a tote bag kick at the moment but the colors of the fq bundle would also be perfect for pillows for the couch in my office/sewing room. Maybe I would pull some other fabric from my stash and do both.

  124. I would make a couple of shirts for my son who is 5… he hearts handmade and my girls are easy to make things for!! Time for something new!!

    xo Steph

  125. Love, love, love the color choice! I think I would make a purse of some kind, so I could see this beautiful fabric every day. Thanks to all for the chance to win!

  126. It’s gorgeous fabric! I would make some sort of housewares with it. Perhaps a patchwork placemat or two or three, or ten πŸ˜‰

  127. I love that apron! I made aprons for all the women in my family last year. I would use the fat quarters to make a skirt for my daughter and a pair of patchwork pants for my extremely eccentric 5 yo son.

  128. I have been all over the lace and have no longer any idea what I have entered and not entered. I am seeing tote bags with this fabric

  129. I laughed out loud at the idea of making a wacky man’s suit out of this fabric! I’m afraid I would do something less daring and make a quilt out of it – these are the colours of my daughter’s room at university!

  130. It is so pretty it might be hard to cut up. However, I am getting ready to make some doll clothes so at least some of it might end up there. Thanks for the opportunity.

  131. Love the colors in this bundle. I love Intrepid Thread. I would definitely use these in quilts. Probably for one of the baby boys in my life.

  132. I jsut finished a quilt with those colours (and some of those fabrics). It is such a soothing colour scheme that it is inevitable that another quilt would come from them.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  133. I would make a quilt or possibly the Art Gallery BoHo dress (a la patchwork) with the fabrics. So very pretty… Thanks for the giveaway.

  134. Blue is not a colour I like or buy. However, I often need blue when I make a quilt – for water or sky or whatnot – and I never have any.

  135. I successfully signed up to follow you by reader. I say successfully because sometimes it doesn’t work. πŸ™

  136. I can’t decide what I’d make with the gorgeous fabric… maybe a quilt for my son or a baby quilt for my new niece? Thanks!

  137. My daughter is 7 and she still had a blankey from when she was born that she slept with, it was in tatters and written on. a mess. my hubby threw it away and she is still lokking for it and is upset but i told her i would make her a new blankey… these colors are grown up enough that even on a small blanket they would look good, so that is what i would use it for:)

  138. I love the fabric. I think I would make some cute skirts or jumpers for my little girl. And perhaps a bag to match. THANKS

  139. I would use it to make a new purse/sorta diaper bag. I’ve got a baby due in March, and the purse I used with the last one just isn’t up to another baby.

    chibidani at gmail dot com

  140. Hi!
    I would like to do the QAL with you if this qualifies for what one needs. I have never quilted before and would love to learn so I would use it for the quilt top. πŸ™‚
    Thanks for the chance!
    ~Mippy πŸ™‚
    bunnysmip (AT) yahoo (DOT) com

  141. Hi!
    I now follow Julie’s Intrepid Thread blog!
    Thanks for the chance!
    ~Mippy πŸ™‚
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  142. Gorgeous bundle and apron. I would love to make my nieces some tote bags. The oldest mentioned she needed a new one and I rally think they’d like the fabric. Thank you for the giveaway!

  143. I would not make a wacky men’s suit:) I’d hopefully make something for myself like a quilt, but I have 3 daughters and they LOVE dresses, so I might be persuaded to make them each a dress.

  144. I love the wacky suit idea, but I think I would actually make myself a new kitchen set, im desperate for oven gloves, pot holder, tea cosy etc, there may even be enough left for a mini runner, squeeee!

  145. Eek, We just moved and these colours would match our living room or bedroom perfectly! So they would end up in a throw quilt for sure if they landed at my house!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  146. I’d make a library book tote and maybe a dress for my little niece. I love aqua!

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  147. Wow – awesome! I’ve been dying to make myself a quilted gym bag. I’m like the cobbler’s kid – I’m great at making presents for others, and meanwhile I carry my gym clothes in plastic grocery bags! Crazy! Thanks so much for the chance to win – I love Pat Bravo!

  148. I’d definitely make a quilt – I’m making one right now that has aqua in it, so I might incorporate one of these into it.

  149. The fat quarters are blue. I’m making my husband a quilt and it is all blue so this is perfect. Thank you.

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