Tuesday, November 6, 2012

U R Priceless Blog Hop and Giveaway!

This giveaway is closed now, but thank you for your interest!

Welcome, all of you intrepid hoppers! We're happy to see you here at the Lilypad, and we're thrilled to be a part of this fun "U R Priceless" blog hop . . .many thanks to Madame Samm for thinking it up in her wee head, and for making the pattern available to all of us! And thank you, too, to Katherine, our head cheerleader!


 Padsworth and DragonDrop drew straws to see who would be chosen to show off my completed coin purses . . . well, you can see that DragonDrop won!


The red one is from a Deb Strain fabric line called Java, in honor of the Elixir of Life (grin). 


The yellow plaid is from Jacquelynne Steve's fabric line, called Apple Blossom Acres. I love the little bumblebees - can you see them?



(DragonDrop was convinced that there was some more loose change in that one.)



I even love the way their little bottoms look --- you know what I mean. Seriously. Where are your minds?



This is the interior of the Apple Blossom purse. I like that red print since it picks up the red from the stripe in the plaid.



This is the interior of the Java one . . .I'm loving text prints lately, and this one says "Latte," "Vanilla," "Machiatto," and all kinds of lovely things that have me headed to the kitchen for a cuppa --- I'll be right back, OK?


Ahhhh, now I'm back. Jacquelynne's apple print was perfect for the sides of that purse.

Now, I hope you are still with me, here. I did say there was a giveaway, ya know!
How would you like the chance to win one, er, two, er, three, no really, FOUR charm packs? Yes, really
Show the audience the prize, DragonDrop! (He's been watching re-runs of The Price is Right, don'tcha know? (Wink) 


I know that these lovelies say "Rites of Spring" (by Brannock and Patek for Moda) but I've flipped through them and I really think they are autumn-like --- check this out:



Aren't those swatches pretty? Well, one of you lucky readers will be making something beautiful with these!

To enter the giveaway, just leave a comment telling me what you think you would create with the four charm packs!
And because we LOVE our followers, you may have another entry if you follow Lilypadquilting!
We'll leave this open to the end of the hop, on November 13th, and we'll ask Mr. Random to choose a winner!

Be sure to hop over to all of the other blogs that share the spotlight today:

And stop by at Katherine's blog, Sew Me Something Good for the full schedule, and catch up on any of the blogs that you've missed!

(And if you haven't yet had enough of giveaways, there is one going on here, too! Grin) 

Love,


  

232 comments:

  1. What a wonderful job you've done, I love the way the bottoms come together. You've got a knack for color choices, I couldn't choose a favorite they're both pretty snazzy. ;-> Toni Anne

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  2. I'm a follower. In the last post I forgot to tell you what I'd do with the beautiful charm packs. For a change I'd make something for myself, I'd make a bow tie quilt. I'd love to have something to keep my warm while watching TV and reading this winter. Thanks for the generous giveaway. ;-> Toni Anne

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  3. Your bags are all scrumptious! I love each and every one, and thank you for showing the bags from top to bottom! The fabrics you chose are just perfect! Thanks for the chance...I would use the charms to make a Schnibbles quilt!

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  4. With four charm packs I'd definitely have to make a quilt, not sure what design, would probably make it up as I went.

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  5. Your purses are gorgeous - I love the fabric with the bees on it. I think I would make some pretty Dresdens with those beautiful charm packs. I follow you in my Reader.

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  6. I'm not sure what I would make, but it would be wonderful because the fabric is wonderful!

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  7. I would love to make a quilt for a baby girl coming in March!

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  8. These are brilliant - well done

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  9. I love the fabrics you've chosen. Your purses turned out lovely.

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  10. I am a follower here at the lillypad.

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  11. The fabrics would make a lovely Twister table topper, or maybe even a scrappy purse or two.

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  12. These are so adorable. I would use these charm packs for a house wallhanging I have been wanting to make. Thank you for the chance.

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  13. WEll my dear..you know I LOVE THE COFFEE one...love it love it...and you will never guess where it is today lol. YOUR photos were perfect....loved both coin purses...well done... of course I am a follower...but please don't add me to the winnings....( save that coffee one...you will know later)

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  14. Wow, what to make, what to make.... maybe that tote bag pattern I've been meaning to make, or one of the great quilts in the Scnibbles Times Two book. I absolutely love Brannock and Patek designs. Thanks for the chance to sew with some!! Such cutie coin purses!!

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  15. Very cute purses! I'm thinking that fabric looks like a lovely autumn formal table runner.

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  16. Your purses are beautiful! I'm not part of the Hop but I bought a pattern and made a couple -- but I can see from your cute bottoms that you used a different pattern, and so now I want to try that one, too! I am working on quilts for my Grands, and that's what I'd use the charm packs for!

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  17. I am a follower (of course).

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  18. The coin pures is really cute. The charm packs are a really nice give away. I am not sure what I would do yet with the charm packs. There are lots of projects that I am sure I could use them for. Everyone is doing such a great job on their purses.

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  19. Fabulous purses! I have some java in red and am now thinking I need to have one! I bet these purses are addicting to make :)

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  20. These lovelies would be in a quilt for myself!!!! They are beautiful...thank you

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  21. Your coin purses are great! I knew Madame Samm would love your Java purse! :)

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  22. Your coin purses turned out great. The bumble bee fabric is really cute.

    Thanks for the generous giveaway and the chance to win. With that many charms packs to work with, I'd have to make a quilt.
    (supermomnocape at yahoo dot com)

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  23. Love those coin purses! I want to get into making purses like that but I'm still intimidated by the clasps!

    Great giveaway, too. Super generous. I'd definitely cut up some of it for the postage stamp quilt I'm making. I'd save some for my 5 inch charm collection and I'd probably swap/share others (hey, spread the love!)

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  24. Cute little purses!! Great Job!!

    I'd use those wonderful charms with the 7 yards of Kona Snow I just purchased for the most wonderful quilt ever!!

    thanks for the fun!!

    I'm giving away coin purse frames on my blog....

    http://splittingstitches.blogspot.com/

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  25. I've been thinking of making a small tumbler quilt, those squared would be perfect! Great job on the purses...aren't they fun? Thanks!

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  26. Oh, that coffee purse has me running for my Keurig as well!

    ITA that the charm packs read Autumn. They scream Autumn! I think I would make a cozy throw with a flannel back to keep me warm in front of a fire on a rainy November night. Wish I had it tonight!

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  27. Oh...and I am already a follower!

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  28. I would Loooove to win those charm packs. Such lovely patterns.

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  29. Plus I'm now a proud follower too.

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  30. Your little purses are so cute! Great job!
    I would love to win your charm packs. I think I would make a lap quilt with them.

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  31. I think I would make napkins or a quilt. Thanks for the chance.

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  32. I really like both of your purses. I'm actually surprised that you didn't make one with frogs on it and the other with dragons on it. LOL

    If I'm lucky enough to win, I'd make a nice sized quilt for the teacher end of year gifts. I think those fabrics would suit my daughter's head teacher nicely.

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  33. The coin purses is really cute! I would use these charm packs for a baby quilt. Thank you for the chance.

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  34. What cute purses!
    I'd use the charm packs to make a quilt for my sister's 70th birthday next year!

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  35. Your coin purses are so sweet, I really like the apples.
    Well, looking at my table of late and I do believe some newly stitched placemats would be a brilliant idea!

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  36. love your purses, the "java" one is my cup of coffee! I'd probably use the charm pack for a Snibbles for my new kitchen table - perfect colors!

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  37. Purses of course! (You lost my address again, haven't you!)

    Am a devoted follower of Padsworth and DragonDrop (and you too!)

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  38. Am an undying follower of your blog, Padsworth and DragonDrop

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  39. What beautiful colors! I would love to make a big table topper to hide my dining room table! It is starting to look rather worn. This would be much nicer to look at.

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  40. What cute coin purses! The fabric is gorgeous! I'd make a charm friendly quilt! Thanks

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  41. What cute coin purses! They are so darling. And I would LOVE to make a quilt with those charm packs. They are the only pre-cuts that I use. Love the colors. Thanks!

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  42. Love your sweet, cute coin purses! I think the charm packs are, well, 'charming'. As a new quilter, (or wanna be quilter), not sure what I'd make with the lovely fabric. It'd be nice to have a set to 'play' with. Thank you Snoodles.

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  43. Why I would work on the charming purses of course. What a wonderful way to use them. Thank you for the chance. Your purses are so cute.

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  44. Love your Java fabric and your coin purses are devine..Thanks for sharinng. Judith, Texas

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  45. Just love those coin purses - need a java one myself. Oh, with four packs - and the lovely mix of color and print - a great mini bow-tie quilt.

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  46. I would make a wallhanging to hang in the entryway of our home. I really like the fabric. And the coin purses you made are lovely. Thanks for a chance.

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  47. I am a follower. Thanks for another chance.

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  48. Super cute! Love the fabrics you chose. Like you, I'm loving text prints and yours is so perfect for the lining.

    Thanks so much for being a fun stop on the hop.

    UR Priceless!

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  49. I am a new follower. I think I would make little twister quilt with the charm packs.

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  50. I love your coin purses! I would love to make a quilt or a table runner!

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  51. Love your coin pures especially the bee one..
    Hmm With four charm packs I could make a lovely lap quilt.

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  52. This has been such a fun PRICELESS hop....Love all the coin purses, I may need to make myself one or two or... And I would make my 90 year old or young depending on the day an beautiful lap quilt to cudddle up in when it gets cold here in Utah. Thanks for the chance to win...I'm a follower

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  53. I am lovin' your coin purses and dragons. If I am lucky enough to win your giveaway...First I will sit and grin like a fool, then go lookin' through all my patterns to find the best one. Maybe hexes, maybe dresdens, maybe stars.Thanks.

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  54. I am a new follower. I really like the yellow plaid purse. so cute.

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  55. Wow what a great giveaway, I am floored! I have been looking for Fall like fabric and would make a pumpkin wall hanging with those. Those prints are so cute. Thanks. Vivian

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  56. Holy Cow, 4 charm packs, that's amazing and the perfect number for a quilt I would like to make that uses them along with a base color (I think cream would look good)to make triangles and then it makes stars and well so on and so forth, thanks for the giveaway and congrats on being one of the top 3 for your day.

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  57. Beautiful coin purses! I'll probably make some coin purses with the fabric charms. I'm not a quilter yet, just a big fan.

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  58. I think I´d sew a big bag. I love to sew bags in all kind of shapes :) Love your purses, especially the apple purse!
    Gun, Sweden
    gun@lapp.se

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  59. your little purses are adorable, thanks for the give a way chance, I would love to make a fall runner with them, that would look great!

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  60. Your little purses are delicious. I might give them a try! From California, thanks for sharing.

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  61. With four charms packs, I would certainly make a quilt - thanks for the chance to win!

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  62. I am a happy follower of your blog!

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  63. Love the little purses!! what would i make with the charm packs?,,,, Hmmm , definately a quilt.... I've seen lots that I like that use charm squares! so one of those !! thanks for the opportunity to win !

    Vicki
    vicki at shaw dot ca

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  64. Cute little purses! I've been wanting to make one of those, so this fabric would be perfect.

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  65. Jacque, your little coin traps are quite adorable! And it's quite fun of you to show their little bottoms!

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  66. I am EPP and really love this Moda to add to my long time dream of making this big SuperStar quilt. love the purse, love the hop too.

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  67. You really shined today with those beautiful little purses--love them!

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  68. I love Dragondrop. He is purple, he is a dragon, and he is adorable! He needs his own dragon hoard....maybe a little bag to put it in too.

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  69. Beautiful!! If I win the charm packs I would most likely use them to make a few table toppers...and more coin purses, of course!

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  70. I love the yellow plaid coin purse! If I win I might make myself a coin purse, or use them in a quilt!
    missysaprons@gmail.com

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  71. I follow you!
    missysaprons@gmail.com

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  72. Gorgeous purses. Love the colours and fabrics. Thanks for the opportunity on a great draw. I would love to do up some wall hanging or table runners in that gorgeous fabric.
    bonnielarson58@gmail.com

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  73. I am a follower. Thanks for the opportunity
    bonnielarson58@gmail.com

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  74. I am now a follower... Hop over to visit me at Kwilty Pleasures blog.....

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  75. Cute, cute! Love them both but really loved the picture of their bottoms. :) What would I make with four charm packs - a small log cabin quilt. I know, I know - so mundane. But I haven't made one in forever and I'm sort of thinking it's time. :) blessings, marlene

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  76. And of course I'm a follower! blessings, marlene

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  77. I love the coin purses you made, very pretty. I would make a couple of Schnibble quilts out of the charm packs.

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  78. I have been a follower for a while now. Cute blog!

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  79. Such a nice group of purses! Be sure to tell DragonDrop that he did a great job! Thanks for the givaway.... I'd probably make a table cover.

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  80. Nice purses! Turned out really cute. I would make a quilt for my mil for Christmas :).

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  81. Nice photography! The purses are adorable. I'd probably make a table topper & accessories for my daughter...those are definitely her colors! Thanks for the fabulous giveaway.
    pnconverse(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  82. Also - I'm following you!
    pnconverse(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  83. Love both of the coin purses equally and yes their little bottoms are awesome!! If I won the charm packs I would definitly make a lap quilt for my SIL who is turning 50!!! WooHoo!

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  84. Very cute. I love the fabrics you used too. I think the charms would make a fun tote.

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  85. Thanks for a second chance because I am following you... and Padsworth... and DragonDrop ;-)

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  86. i would use the charm packs to make dresden plate blocks using Edyta Sitar's lollipop pattern!

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  87. Cute purses! I would love to make a lap quilt from the charm packs.

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  88. I am a follower on Google Reader.

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  89. FOLLOWING VIA GFC+BLOG LOVIN'!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  90. HI! I'D MAKE A NEW QUILT!
    THANKS FOR SHARING A NEAT GIVEAWAY!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  91. Fun post to read! I'd make a quilt with these gorgeous fabrics! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  92. Cute little purses and a fun post! I would make a quilt with those pretty charms.

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  93. Hi!! Love them all!!! Very pretty!!! The little bottoms are so neatly folded!!!! Thank You

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  94. I am a follower and I want to make a quilted throw!!!! The colors in that fabric could be for fall or spring!!! That is wonderful!!!! Thanks for the fun!!!

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  95. The purses are so nice. I would love to make a quilt from the charm packs. The colors are right up my alley.

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  96. Your coin purses are fantastic! Thank you for sharing and the great giveaway. I love to make totes, so the charm packs would be perfect. jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net

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  97. I am also a follower! Thanks for the second chance.

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  98. I love your purses. They are all sew wonderful.
    I think the charmpack will be great for a table cloth.
    Thanks for sharing and for a great give away'
    Britt-Inger in Sweden

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  99. Cute little coin purses...love their little bottoms :o) TFS

    Thanks for the sweet giveaway...I see a pretty quilt with those charm packs!!

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  100. I'm already a happy follower....thanks again :o)

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  101. Your little purses are so cute, and I think a runner would be beautiful in that fabric. Thanks for sharing

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  102. I love your choise of fabric - inside and out, you made very pretty coin purses.

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  103. love the fabrics you used and I like the bottoms two. thanks for showing us your little purses.

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  104. Beautiful coin purses the fabrics you chose are great. I would definitely make a quilt with that many charm packs.

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  105. I love that you showed off the bottoms of the pouches, great idea! What would I make with those charms? Maybe a snuggly quilt for a family member!

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  106. Nice coin purses. Maybe DragonDrop was looking for a treat in that purse, not money. You've got to feed the little bugger once in a while, you know! Thanks for sharing your purses.

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  107. This was such a fun pattern. Loved seeing your little purses.

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  108. Wonderful purses. Love the cup of Joe...and the inside fabric is yummy.
    I'd make a pretty quilt with the pretty fabric.
    Congrats on being one of the chosen.

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  109. Your purses are lovely. I can't decide which one is my favourite! If I was lucky enough to win, I would make a lovely quilt.

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  110. I'm a follower. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  111. Great little purses. They are beautiful little color combo gems.

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  112. I think I'll give 2 to a friend, today she saw my poststampquilt and she was so enthousiatic? She has to stay inhospital another three weeks and I love her to see patching a bit...

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  113. Rosemary B here:
    oh thank you for dragging me out of the gutter there.. yes, the bottoms were cute haha
    Well, these two are adorable, just so sweet. Love the fabric
    thank you so much for the give away! How wonderful.
    thank you for sharing your creativiy

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  114. Rosemary B here:
    and I have been following you for a hundred years already lol

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  115. Your coin purses are so pretty. I would be whipping up some fun bags and accessories with those charm packs.

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  116. Very unique and priceless. I would make m twin girls a quilt for their sleepovers. I am a long-time follower. Judy C

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  117. wow, what a sweet giveaway! i would probably find a good quilt pattern to work on, or an apron! then probably some mug rugs, journal cover, or maybe even a table topper. the possibilities are endless!

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  118. Your purses are sew pretty! And the giveaway, how very generous! I'd have to turn them into a quilt of course! One just for the season!

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  119. So cute! Thanks for sharing! Hey, thanks for the Pets on Quilts "show" in 2012 and as a result of that show I started a blog! I can't wait for the Pets on Quilts 2013!!!

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  120. I probably would make more coin purses. Love this pattern.
    I love hopping from blog to blog and seeing everyone's creativity. Great job!!!
    ~a

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  121. would look great in a baby quilt. thanks

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  122. I would make a simple quilt that would highlight the lovely fabric.

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  123. Oh my gosh! I love your purses! Gorgeous! I think I would make a quilt for my God Mother - I haven't made one for her yet :)

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  124. And of course I am a follower - how could I not be!!!

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  125. Well, I saw that you were up to follower # 999, so I just had to join and make it 1,000!

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  126. Annie at simplearts.com has new patterns up for making skirts with the charms...such a charming idea!

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  127. Those are such cute purses, I'm loving on the red one. I can't believe you're giving away four charm packs. That's enough for a quilt! I don't know what pattern I'd use but I'm sure it would be beautiful.

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  128. that is sooo funny about your peferct bottoms!! because Sunday, when I turned all that thickness inside out on mine, I thought, oh well, not perfect, but am not taking it apart, satin and chiffon, no way, no one will see the bottom..... lol, it was off just a bit, not quite a quilters intersection. Will cover it with a bit of fancy beadwork, :). GREAT JOB, and cute cute fabrics.

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  129. Gosh those are so cute and I just love your pictures with your helpers!

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  130. Great purses. Love the red one. Thanks for hosting an awesome giveaway! Those charm packs would make a great Dresden plate quilt.

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  131. These purses are just beutiful.It`s hard to choose one.Your giveaway is great and a yummiest dresden quilt would be welcome.Of course,, a happy follower.Thanks for the chance!!

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  132. Love the dragon, he's a cutie. Maybe a table runner for the charm packs, or mug rugs are always good christmas gifts. I agree those look more autumn then spring.

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  133. I love these. I would just put them in my stash and use them here and there when I need them. Thanks for the chance

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  134. Fun post...your coin purses are great, love the fabrics, and your helper! I would likely use the charm packs for a quilt tutorial I found on-line that uses four charm packs. Thanks for sharing and for the chance at your giveaway.

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  135. Snoodles,
    I like your style.
    I am going to follow as soon as I finish typing this message. Thank you for participating, it is an enjoyable blog hop.

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  136. hmmm I would prolly make at least one more purse...or maybe two

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  137. Oh this is just what I've been looking for to make a quilt for myself!,
    Tilleybl@aol.com

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  138. I follow your blog on my RSS feeds

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  139. I have a Schnibbles pattern called Hubble that I would love to use these charm packs for! Thanks for sharing.

    Love your coin purses and DragonDrop is adorable!
    Sandy A

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  140. I am already a follower, albeit a fairly new one. :)

    Sandy A

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  141. Great joboj the purses. I would make a quilt. Would be great to win.

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  142. I would make some coasters. thanks

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  143. I would make an apple blossom purse and a tote bag to match!

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  144. Firstly,your coin purses are super sweet! Love the cuppa the best tho ;) If I were the lucky winner the first order would be some coin purses for stuffing some stockings! Then a table runner,with matching oven potholders,and whatever else I could think up :)

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  145. I think your purses are adorable! As for the charm packs, mmmmmm. What would I make? I've been pulling fabric scraps and charm squares to make a very scrappy four-patch quilt and these would play nicely with the other fabrics. :-)
    Thanks for sharing your creations with us today.

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  146. I am a follower (as opposed to as stalker) :-)

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  147. I just love your coin purses. And their little bottoms are just precious!
    Smiles,
    Kelly
    PS and please don't enter me in the giveaway , the fabric is beautiful, I just have enough projects to last me three lifetimes!

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  148. Love your wee purses! Thanks for sharing with us all. I'd make a quilt for my mother in law if I won the charm packs! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  149. how gorgeous are your purses! I have a charm pack of Java, but I've never actually opened it, i didn't realise there was red in there!!

    What would I make with the charm squares? Besides clasp purses? I'm thinking a table cloth.

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  150. I am a follower and love the coin purses. I think I would make a table runner, still don't have one!
    Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  151. Your coin purses are adorable; perfectly chosen fabrics. Since I'm a lover of the elixir you speak of, it was my favorite. Yes, I agree, their bottoms are just as cute as can be. :) With 4 charms, someone can make a LARGE project though I'm thinking I need some fall placemats and that's what I'd make first. Thanks for sharing and for the giveaway.

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  152. Your coin purses are beautiful! Thanks for the giveaway. I would make a quilt.

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  153. lovely purses, great photos, thanks for sharing.
    I do follow you blog since the Pet on Quilts hop,
    and I do love my followers too *smile*
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    Bente
    I like to QuiltBlog

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  154. Awwww, your little purses are too cute!! Great job with them!! Four charm packs?!? There's a myriad of things I'd make with them -- baby quilts, hexie toppers -- how's that for a start?! :)

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  155. I love your purses. The fabrics are perfect. If I won the charm packs I would make myself a quilt. I have made or am making quilts for all the family but forgot myself.

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  156. I am definitely a follower. Dragondrop - good modeling although I think the focus is supposed to be on the purses not the dragon. Give Padsworth a hug and tell him I missed him.

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  157. I would love to create a quilt using the squares and crocheting the edges like a number of people have done this year. I would pick up the pink in the fabric for the wool colour.
    Hugs to Padsworth and Dragondrop

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  158. I'm a new follower!
    hulseybg@gmail.com

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  159. I think these fabrics look like "fall" to me too! But this is the colors that I love the most! A quilt for sure!
    hulseybg@gmail.com

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  160. These are the colours my mother in law loves and I would make her some place mats and or a runner.

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