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June 26, 2009


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Susan C

I love the Amy Butler fabrics. And what could be more fun than helping create the next generation of sewists, good for you! I am hoping to sew a bag soon - I have the fabric but I am just lacking the time at the moment. Soon though, very soon.


The dress you made for her is wonderful! I love the color and the print!


Those fabrics are so wonderful. I'm trying to get my daughter excited about sewing as well. We are currently working on paper pieced animals that go along with our unit studies. Thanks for the great blog. I really enjoy it!


I have a memorial quilt to make, but have not had time to get the fabric, so this would be great! I also crochet clutch and other types of purses and use fabric for the liners.


I really hope I have a little girl someday so I can share sewing experiences! I just took a break from sewing a t-shirt. I am finally getting to know how my machine handles jersey fabric and I am about to tackle my first ever sleeve! Here goes nothing... :)


I would love a box full of scrappy goods! I have a couple unfinished projects I need to finish and then I think I am going to work on a baby quilt for a friend.


I follow you through google reader!


I joined your blog following.


I also posted about your blog, on my blog.


Yeah!! Another great giveaway and I love seeing the pics of your students already enjoying sewing - you are giving them something that they will take with them forever. As per your request... I have been working on a quilt - I am participating in the Old Red Barn Quilt Along and I decided rather late to join - but hey its never really too late and so far I am loving it.


I follow you through Google Reader - it has become my lifesaver!!


sorry, i forgot my blog site is sjeza5.blogspot.com


Your daughter looks gorgeous in that dress. It is so great that she has a love for sewing at such a young age. I didn't start until I was 14.

Right now I am in the midst of a home renovation, so my craft/sew time is limited. I am working on a doll, a mixed media art piece, and a new chic apron. No WIP pics yet, but I hope to load some on Flickr soon :)


I blogged about it here : http://thisandthatcraft.blogspot.com/2009/06/sherees-giveaway.html

I also posted a picture - hope that was okay? It is really hard for me to blog without a picture - weird I know.

Katja Magus

Love those fabrics, I'm on yoru mailing list. I know if we lived near you, you'd have a boy at class!


I am working on several quilt tops right now, some with wool. I would love, love, love those scrappy goodies!


I just signed up for your mailing list, too! Thanks.

sue brown

scraps are always welcome in our house, my 5yo daughter has just started using a sewing machine, she is so cute on there too.

sue brown

I just signed up on your mailing list too.

Dawn Whalen

I love those fabrics. Right now I'm working on a paper doll quilt, which my little girl just can't wait for me to finish, and a dinosaur quilt for my little guy. Bith little & fun (quilts & kids).

Dawn Whalen

...And since I just found your cool blog, I just signed up for your mailing list too. :)

Mary Grace McNamara

What a wonderful box of fabrics, and so much potential! I'm working on an afghan for a raffle to raise money for a memorial scholarship fund. You can see some of the blocks here... http://www.hookedonneedles.com/2009/06/sneak-peek-at-sweet-liberty-afghan-for.html
but I have completed 14 1/2 blocks now. I think I'll finish it by the deadline!

I'll be back for more entries!



I love Amy Butler fabrics. I am making some wonky log cabin pillows for my bed. In fact I am using several Amy Butler fabrics that I have been hording. I will have photos tomorrow on my blog and I will have a link to your sight. My blog is www.connie-makeeverythingright.blogspot.com


I also just joined your mailing list. www.connie-makeeverything.blogspot.com

Mary Grace McNamara

I've tweeted about the giveaway...I'm MGMisHooked on Twitter.


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