Friday, December 2, 2011

We're at Sew We Quilt, Today!! Come Join Us There!

This giveaway is now closed....thank you to all who entered!!

 It's December! And that means a whole month of tutorials on Sew We Quilt! And oh, boy! Are we ever excited to lead off the parade of projects and gift ideas!

Please stop by and join us there!

Leave us a comment there, and leave one here, too!
 We're having a fabric giveaway! Anybody like cute lil penguins? Well, you'll love this fabric bundle for the holidays:


Your eyes are not deceiving you --- there are twelve (count 'em, twelve!) fat quarters, and a panel, too! We got this from our buddies at 1Choice4Quilting, and we'd love to know where we should send this fabric yumminess! I bet the gears are turning, as you imagine what you could create with this package!

Well, leave us a comment here and tell us what you would make with this. And you don't have to be a follower, but if you are, you may leave another comment for a second entry in the giveaway. That's it --- two entries per person.

This giveaway will close at 10pm on December 8th, and we'll announce our winner on the 9th! Good luck!

Love,

259 comments:

  1. Oooooo I see a crib quilt for my grandbaby with the panel, and a tree skirt for his momma with the fat quarters! (She deserves it for giving me such a wonderful gift this year.)

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  2. Oh there is enough there with some stash to make two quilts - or my grandsons will fight!

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  3. Oh, I would make just the most awesome Christmas quilt ever -- and then give it as a gift. I really love these colors!

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  4. I would make a fun wallhanging, trim some towels, and make some kitchen accessories. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  5. I'd love to make some zippered purses with them :D so sweet!
    Thanks for the chance!

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  6. I used the thrid fabric in a quilt already bought from 1choice. I think probably I'd stroke them and then make some stocking.

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  7. I want to make wall hangings for Christmas so this fabric would be fabulous.

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  8. I will make a wallhanging for the grandchildren, they will love it!!!!!!

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  9. This fabric looks like so much fun! Would make an unique wall hanging for sure! Thanks for the chance to win....

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  10. Loved your fun, enjoyable tut for the wallet over at SEW WE QUILT. I could use some of this fabric to make several hundred of the wallet!! I need a table topper/runner for my table so think that's what I'd use this lovely fabric for.

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  11. I am now a follower and look forward to more fun!

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  12. Cute fabric. I would love to win! BTW, great little tea wallet!

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  13. I would make a quilt for my step mom would LOVES penguins.

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  14. I am a follower and I would make a throw/quilt for my granddaughter

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  15. Your tutorial at Sew we quilt was great - very entertaining :-) Would love to win the fabric - I'm sure I'd make a quilt - probably for next christmas!

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  16. Fantastic tut on the tea wallet. Now t want to make some, so i'd use some fabric for tea wallets, some for Xmas coffee cozy's, some for some darling Xmas place matts. Let's see what else, mug rugs, a Xmas lap quilt, and more ideas will come as I follow the Comfort and Joy blog . Yeah thanks for the chance to win.

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  17. Your tea wallet will make a great gift! Thanks for sharing! Penguin Pals is so cute! I collect penguins!

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  18. My son LOVES penguins! He's nearly 20 and still gravitates towards all things penguin. This would be made up for him - perhaps a throw to keep him warm when it's cold. Thanks for the chance to win this generous bundle.

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  19. I loved the tutorial over at Sew We Quilt today - a perfect gift for a friend. And the penguins, well my 3 year old grandson would love a quilt made with that fabric. :) blessings, marlene

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  20. Great tutorial at Sew We Quilt. I just may have to make a few of those cute little wallets. I also love your penquin fabric. I think these would have to go into a Christmas quilt or maybe a pillow. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  21. I think I'll make some pillows with the fabric

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  22. I'mm a follower via google reader

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  23. That fabric is darling, I've never seen it before! If I were the lucky winner I'd make a baby quilt and hang on to it until the next baby is born in our family. Looks like the next great niece or nephew is due in July next year! Yay for new babies!

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  24. Thank you for your wallet peattern, perfect for that quick small gift item. I would like to be signed up for the giveaway. Again Thanks

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  25. I'm sure my Son (12) would love a holiday quilt to cuddle with on the couch.

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  26. A Christmas Quilt for the couch. Gotta keep warm.. Brrr it gets so cold!

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  27. How wonderful! I'd make a quilt for ME! Thanks for the chance!

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  28. I am sooo happy to be a new follower to your site! :)

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  29. I am gathering my collection of fabrics to begin a Grinch quilt. This selection would work perfect!! Thanks for the chance to enter. :)

    Thanks for the tutorial for the tea bag carrier. I would NEVER know how to make pockets without it, and I do LOVE my tea at work. I have made several mad dashes to the store after finding my purse had no emergency stashes!! This is an absolutely perfect solution!

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  30. I love penguins! I would make a wall hanging and a lap quilt out of this fabric.

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  31. Wow! If I were to win this fabric, I would make mug rugs, table toppers, and Christmas ornaments. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  32. I just had a look through your site. I am now a follower.

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  33. I think I will make a Christmas Throw.

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  34. I am already a follower. Thanks for the opportunity to win your giveaway.

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  35. I follow you through my Google Reader

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  36. I would make a Christmas quilt for my daughter!

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  37. That panel and fabric would make an adorable winter quilt for my little grandsons. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your great giveaway!
    Great tutorial over at Madame Sam's!!!

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  38. I am a regular follower of your wonderful blog :)

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  39. Gorgeous fabric! this would make a wonderful Christmas quilt for snuggling at Christmas!

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  40. Loved your post with Madame Samm. Great idea to carry a few of your favorite teas along with you. Hope your finger gets better. Love what those irons do to fabric but not so much to fingers! Just looking at that panel, I would make either some mug rugs or your tea holders, use the big scene under glass for a festive tray, make a few pillows and perhaps the long scenes could be made into some of those long pillows people use to keep the draft out from under doors.

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  41. Ooh lovely, yes please. I have 3 grand daughters who would just love this fabric quiltified.

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  42. Tooooooo stinkin cute!!! I babysit 2 year old twins who love penquins! they even try to waddle like them! I'd make them both a "floor" quilt if I win! Thanks for the chance.

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  43. I am a faithful follower of LilyPad Quilting. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  44. Thanks for the little wallet tute. Love your sense of humor!

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  45. Thanks for the chance to win this great package! I would make a quilt for my grandchildren for sure. Thanks for the great tutorial today too!!

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  46. I would make a fun babyquilt

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  47. I am a new follower. Love your blog and thanks for another chance to win!

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  48. OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!, I'm a big fan of penguins and I'd love this win this cute bundle, it's so yummy!!!!!!!!, I'd make a quilt for my parents, I'm sure they'll love it!!!

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  49. I'm your new follower, yay, thank you for the chance :)

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  50. Oh I love penguins - I can see mysulef making a cute winter quilt out of this!

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  51. Definitely make something for DDIL in Colorado as she loves penquins so much. Thank you for this wonderful opportunity to make her happy. Judy C

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  52. I am a follower - love your blog!

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  53. I am a happy follower now - thank you for the additional opportunity. Judy C

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  54. Cute fabric! I would make a quilt, of course, for winter.

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  55. Cute fabric. A tree skirt might be fun made with those fabrics. Or maybe even some stockings. Not sure what I would make.

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  56. I read about your tea cozy. so cute.
    I am now a follower.

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  57. I had soooo much fun reading your post on Sew We Quilt. I am just going to have to become a follower so I can have more fun.

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  58. I am not sure how to become a follower so if you get a chance please point me in the right direction.

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  59. Thanks for the chance at this amazing giveaway , if I was to win I would make something for my grandchildren , so cute!

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  60. I am a follower of your blog , thanks again for the chance to win.

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  61. Beautiful fabrics! I would use the panel and fabrics to make a Christmas quilt for a little one. Great giveaway!

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  62. I am a follower of your blog, thanks for the giveaway!

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  63. Your post at Sew WE Quilt was great! This fabric is adorable and I would use it to make a Holiday Quilt for my grandson who will be moving far away from me on December 26th...so sad...and it could keep him wrapped in warmth and hugs from his Nan during the harsh winter in Idaho (that's where he is moving to).

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  64. First I loved your post at Sew We Quilt. I would love to make a Table topper for my Daughter who loves penquins

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  65. Cute fabrics and I loved your tea carrier tute! I would make my grandson Max a little Christmas quilt - he loves Penguins so he would love this fabric! Thanks for the chance!

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  66. Very sweet fabric and giveaway!! I would most likely make a lap quilt to cuddle under during the cold winter evenings. Thanks for the chance!!

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  67. My sister in law loves making pillowcases and crafts with seasonal fabric. So, I'd give this to her if I win. Thank you for a chance!

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  68. I would make a table runner or a lap quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  69. What a cute line! I would LOVE to make a Christmas quilt with this! THANKS for the chance!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  70. What awesome fabric! I'd love to make a quilt with it and some pillows. Makes my mind go crazy with thoughts about it. Great giveaway!!

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  71. The fabrics are lovely! I would make a table runner for my mom for Christmas and a few matching coasters for me!

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  72. HAPPILY FOLLOWING YOU!
    THANKS SO FOR A SWEET GIVEAWAY!

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  73. I'D MAKE A NEW TABLE RUNNER!
    THANKS SO MUCH!

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  74. What adorable fabric! I would use it to make a gift for my daughter who is wild about penguins! Thanks so much.

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  75. I'd make a fun set of placemats for my grandchildren! :)

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  76. This is such a gorgeous bundle of prints, I think I would make a special quilt just for the holidays for me and the children to snuggle under watching Christmas movies! thanks for a superb giveaway

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  77. Oh can`t wait to see your post over at swq! Hmm what wouldn`t i make with that fabric..lol i hear it saying table runner.

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  78. Penguins are a family favorite. A cozy blankie for Jake our Corgi; table runner for Jake's BFF; and a baby snuggle blankie for my grandson.

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  79. Me again. I just became a Follower since reading yout tute on Madame Sam's Stash Manicure.

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  80. But really, I don't know what i would do with it. I just realized the only Christmas fabric I have ever owned came in a box of stuff I won at a silent auction back in April so I might want to hold on to this and see how it makes me feel inside. I am loving those swirls, though.

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  81. So cute! I love penguins. I would make a quilt for my daughter's boyfriend's daughter. I think she needs some quilting love from me even though I haven't met her yet. I enjoyed your tutorial today and I think I will whip up a couple of those little tea pouches for Christmas presents....

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  82. your bundle and panel are perfect for a christmas quilt, of course! it would be so cute! would love to win this ... thanx for the opportunity to do so.

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  83. Hello ~ I first want to say thank you for the cute little tea holder pattern. My MIL might like one of those.

    And second ~ very glad I clicked over here to check out the others you mentioned we'd find here after seeing this giveaway. I adore those penguins. I love penguins and if I won AND could manage to not use it to make myself something then I'm sure it would be used on my Grandchildren. Up until a little more than four months ago we only had a Granddaughter but, then she now has a little baby brother and is very happy about him. And just before he was born we were told another of our kids was giving us another (our 3rd) Grandchild. Then a bit longer and during the high risk OB ultrasound that I was able to be there for with them, we found out I'm having another Granddaughter. Wheeeeeeee. I had three boys so I welcome any new Grandbabies but am thrilled to hear they are girls that I get to spoil and make pink things for. BUT, those adorable penguins I think would be put to good use in either stockings for the two I have now or maybe their own special Christmas placemats to use when the big people have fancy ones. And the rest of that fabric would probably be used for some Christmas bibs for the 4 month old and the Granddaughter who will arrive in Feb. There aren't any rules about unborn Grandbabies getting Christmas presents right? LOL Gotta start spoiling them early ya know.

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  84. I am also happy to say I am now a new follower of your blog.
    Thank you for the chance to win such adorable fabric.

    Have a great weekend.

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  85. What fun and inspirational, need to get going on making Christmas presents. Lots of hot pads! Thanks

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  86. Happy Feet...I also love the snowflake pattern that goes along with it.

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  87. I'd make a new Christmas quilt! I've been looking for something with nice colors and a smallish print - that's it!

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  88. My 6 year old grandson would adore a new quilt w penguins. He just loves them and I love making him quilts.

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  89. I have some new patchwork stockings for our family planned. This fabric would be perfect!

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  90. What a great give-away... you could send that fabric yumminess to me!
    It would make an adorable winter quilt.

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  91. How cute are those! Great giveaway! Thanks

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  92. I would make Christmas napkins!!!

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  93. I'm now a follower! Looking forward to looking around

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  94. Thanks for the give-away! I would make a quilt for my daughter that loves penguins.

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  95. I'm already a follower.....

    Thing I

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  96. I'd make a quilt for Me, Myself and I - I think that fabric is adorable!

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  97. What a wonderful post at Sew We Quilt! Commented there and I am a follower there and here!
    Great Giveaway! If I won... I would make a couple table runners for my "Pay it Forward Gals" - as that would be perfect, as I received one cool little tea packets from you! Thanks for sharing!
    Enjoy your weekend!

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  98. I see a floor quilt for my cousin to use while teaching her special ed students. She adores penguins and I like to send her something I make with penquins as theme for her birthday. Thanks for the chance.

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  99. I am a happy lily pad quilting follower. Thanks for the chance.

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  100. I would definitely make a beautiful Christmas quilt for my Mom. She loves penguins and had a stuffed one named Babbette from when she was a little girl, but she had to throw her away recently because it was dry rotted. This fabric would be perfect for her.

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  101. I am a follower. Thanks for the chance at winning this great giveaway.

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  102. I'd make a really big wallhanging with a bunch of those fabrics. I have a new house with a cathedral ceiling great room and the tall wall is begging for some great quilts to gaze at.

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  103. I'm a follower now. I'm really interested in Ole Frog Eyes.

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  104. Beautiful fabrics. I'd love to make my Mom a Christmas/winter tablerunner. Thanks for a great giveaway.

    missmoozie/at/gmail/dot/com

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  105. I am a new follower. Thanks for a chance to win.

    missmoozie/at/gmail/dot/com

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  106. HI Snoodles,
    What fun fabric for a winter quilt for a child- the panel is sweet too.
    Thanks for the chance to win such a nice bundle- I love the bright colors.
    Regards from Western Canada,
    Anna

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  107. Snoodles,
    I am one of your followers- thanks for the chance to win such nice fabric.
    Warmest regards,
    Anna

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  108. I'm a brand new quilter, so I would probably try a simple wall hanging with those cheery fabrics!

    Hugs,
    Pam

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  109. What super cute fabrics! I've been wanting to make a Christmas tree skirt and these fabrics would be so cute. I also think it would make a nice lap quilt.

    Thank you for the giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  110. I'm already a follower of your blog.

    Thanks for a chance to win some beautiful fabrics.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  111. I've a quiltpattern just screaming for these beauties! Don't worry about them; I'll give them a good home.

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  112. What a great tutorial - I'd always carried teabags in a plastic baggie, but your little wallet is sooooo much more fun! I'm coming over from Madame Samm's, and I'm loving what I see, so, soon as I find a "follow me" button, I'm gonna! Thanks for the COOL giveaway! I loooove penguins & polar bears!

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  113. Wow Jacque! That is adorable fabric! I think I would cut up the panel into pieces and make some table toppers....maybe some mini wall hangings and even a couple throw pillows! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  114. I follow your loverly blog. =) Have a great day!

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  115. So, so cute! Pillows for sure, oh and a wall hanging for my entryway yeah!

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  116. That has to be the cutest winter/Christmas fabric ever! I would make a Christmas quilt with it.

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  117. wall hanging for an entry way would be so cute!!!

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  118. The penguin is our family's favorite animal! I would make a lap quilt for snuggling under when we are reading. They are darling!

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  119. A kid-friendly quilt needs to be made out of all that happy penguin fabric! I make quilts for charity and that would be a total HIT!

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  120. My friend LOVES penguins - I'd love to make a quilt for her!

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  121. A friend loves penguins - she's about to retire - this fabric would make the perfect quilt for her. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  122. I'm a follower. Love the penguin fabric. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  123. Wow- beautiful fabric! I would use several of the FQs to make a tree skirt and the last few of the FQs (along with the panel) to make winter placemats simply by fussy cutting the panel & adding borders! :)
    What a generous give-away! Thanks for sharing!

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  124. I am a follower. Would love to be entered in your giveaway!

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  125. ooo I would love to win this! thanks for the chance!

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  126. love the fabric! With such a great assortment of prints, I think they would make a really pretty table runner!

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  127. I am a happy regular follower of your blog!

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  128. I'd probably trim some towels as gifts and make a quilt, too!

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  129. What would I do with all of this fun fabric? Well, I'd send the panel on to a quilting friend who absolutely LOVES penguins, and use the rest for a quilt for my mom, who's going through chemo right now - I think the bright colours would make the chemo room a little cheerier, and it would be fun to make a warm quilt using cold snowflake fabrics!

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  130. Oh, before I forget, I'm a follower too!

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  131. I would make a Christmas quilt for my Mom. She would love it and I like to make her happy. She's great!

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  132. I can't tell you what I would make. It's a surprise.

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  133. I'm thinking about a throw quilt for the couch.

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  134. I think I would make a tablerunner and placemats for my 5 grandkids. It is such fun fabric! with the leftovers I would probly make some small wallhangings, maybe a few mugrungs, and whatever else popped into my head, lol. thanks for the chance to win

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  135. The FQ and panel would be used to make a cute table runner and mug rugs to delight my little grandnieces.

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  136. What adorable fabric! I love penguins!! I would like to make a wallhanging and a tablerunner... Thanks for a chance to win this awesome fabric! :)

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  137. I'm a follower of your blog already! :)

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  138. Neat fabric - would love to win this. Thanks. KatheGTN at aol dot com

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  139. This is just too cute - might be nice for a thick comfy lap quilt or a whimsical table runner. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  140. Christmas wall hanging..they are so cute!

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  141. I am already a follower.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net
    http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com

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  142. I would donate the fabric to one of our quilters at World of Charity Stitching, where we make lap quilts for seniors and children.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net
    http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com

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  143. I'd love to make a Christmassy quilt with this fabric!!

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  144. How adorable, I would love to make a Christmas quilt for a toddler.

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  145. Pillows and maybe a able runner! Love this material. Thanks for the giveaway!

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