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June 17, 2009

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Stacey

i would make all kinds of things, those are fabulous!!!! i am on your mailing list

Ephi

Lovely giveaway! I'd use them for appliques and quilts =) oh, maybe buttons, pincushions... possibilities are endless!

Ephi

I'm on your mailing list too!

Connie

I would love this box of goodies!!! I am also a blog follower. I would love to be on you mailing list also.

I work mostly with scraps for my quilting so these would be put to great use.

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Paula

I am in your mailing list!
ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

Paula

My first comment disappeared :(
I would use your scraps to make fabric boxes, my current passion :)
Thanks for the great giveaway!
ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

KathyT

What an excellent box of scraps! I am just getting into wonky log cabin quilting beacuse i hate to waste fabric and they look so awesome!

Raelena

I would make a patchwork bag!

Raelena

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Courtney Q

I see a wonderful tote or small quilt out of these scraps! Oh, I hope I win!!!

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Member of the Flickr Sewing Circle too!
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Cindy

Congrats!! I have been a lurking fan since hello collection!! I can't wait for the patterns!! The scraps will be used to make those string quilts or X quilts.

Cindy

I didn't put my e-mail address in on the previous comment. sorry :(

Karen C

ooh ooh ooh, what a delicious box of scraps, I can see Grandmothers Garden Hexagons growing from that treasure trove.

Heidi

I love scraps!
I would use them for applique, doll clothes, covered buttons and maybe even a miniature art quilt.

I must also say that I am so jealous of your amazing new studio! How fun is that?! Love it!

Heidi

I am a member of your wonderful Flickr group :)

Heidi

I subscribe to your blog via my Google homepage

Anita

I'm using the Film in the Fridge string quilt pattern. So I'd use some fresh scraps to brighten up my overly used scraps for this quilt. congrats on the new patterns.

Di

Congrats on your new space and all your plans! Remember to breathe, OK? :)

I think the first thing I would do with all those scraps is just sit and dump them in my lap and start laughing. Then make a quilt, I think, or a purse. Something fun, anyway.

I'm a subscriber, also!

Johanna

I would LOVE to have the scrap fabric--great for a doll quilt!

P.S. I am on your mailing list. Thanks!

Katherine

Hi Sheree!
Lots of exciting news in this post. Congrats on the studio space - looks fantastic! "Wahoo!" on the news of your own patterns coming out soon and your own booth at Quilt Market. I'm so happy for you! I'm sure the next few months will whiz by in a whirlwind of activity for you. Good luck with all your plans and projects.

Wow. Your scraps are calling to me. (Pretty fabric always does that to me... hee hee). Let's see... if I won I would probably sew up a patchwork bag or two and perhaps a tablerunner as well.

Shelley C

I am at heart a scrap quilter. I tend to want to use the scraps in my bin first before I cut into any new piece of fabric, so would love to be in the giveaway. I'd use these scraps for a block lotto that I am in monthly (see the blog I am a member of), I'd make baby quilts (I have 7 grandkids and another on the way next month...all age 5 and under! Oh, that's my first 3 married kids; I still have 3 unmarried to go....can you imagine the grandkids I'm gonna have????) And I do like to craft a wee bit to make little items for friends (like cup cozies, or tea bag holders etc)...so scraps will make my heart go pitter pat!

Shelley C

I have become an email subscriber for a second entry.

Dorothy

I am looking forward to seeing more of your work. I love what you do. I am really excited to hear about your patterns. God Bless.

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