Monday, January 23, 2017

My Loss Is Your Gain {GIVEAWAY}

As I've mentioned before, my husband and I are in the process of moving. I've been reorganizing my stash and trying to be a little critical of what I have so in addition to putting a few of my quilts up for sale (which is really hard!), I'll also be doing some giveaways of some of my fabric stash, patterns, and books that need new homes.

Today's giveaway is a BRAND SPANKING NEW fat quarter bundle of Midnight Clear by Three Sisters for Moda that I actually won as a part of a giveaway this fall. I'm not ready to make another Christmas quilt just yet, so hopefully someone else loves this line!


Look it's even in the plastic wrap still!


There's going to be two options for entries:

1. One free easy entry for everyone: Tell me what pattern you would use this bundle with!

2. Instead of doing a followers only entry, anyone can get a second entry for sharing the link to this giveaway post. You share on any social media platfrom -- Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, your own blog, Instagram, whatever. Just leave a second comment with the LINK to the post where you shared it. (I have posted the picture on Instagram for easy re-gramming!)

{NOTE: I will NOT pick you as a winner if you are a no-reply blogger. Click here to see how to fix that. If your email doesn't pop up when I try to reply to your comment via email, you will not win, I will pick someone whom I can easily contact. Thanks!}

Easy peasy lemon squeezy! I will ship this item for free anywhere in the USA and if the winner is in Canada/Europe, they will need to pay shipping.

This giveaway will close one week from today, January 29th, at 5 PM. I will email the winner and update this post with who won!

(PS. If you aren't already a follower, you should be, mostly because more than likely there WILL be more stash-clearing giveaways in the next two weeks, hint hint!)

UPDATE: The giveaway is now closed and our winner is Margaret!


140 comments:

  1. My daughter(age 29) recently asked me to teach her to sew. This would be perfect for her to make a queen size charm quilt for her bed. Thanks for the chance to win and sharing some of your precious stash.

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  2. I would love to win this bundle. I already have the book Holiday Wishes by Sherri Falls which features this fabric. Just haven't been able to justify the purchase of the fabric just yet.

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  3. Shared on my facebook
    https://www.facebook.com/lea.brummett.9

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  4. Beautiful fabric. I could envision a tumbling blocks with this. I have Missouri Star's new ruler for that block and haven't found inspiration yet for fabric, so it would be a bucket list project.

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  5. I have just finished one Christmas quilt top and I'm ready to begin another one. I'd use Jaybird Quilts Boomerang pattern. I finished a baby sized version yesterday and I'd like to make a larger version for a gift. Good luck in your move.

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  6. Sweet! I'd probably make this pretty bundle into a house quilt. I've been collecting lots if different house block patterns and ideas that I'm itching to put too good use.

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  7. I've been anxious to make a variation of the Jacob's Ladder quilt. This fabric would be perfect. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  8. Awesome fabrics - I would make a Christmas medallion quilt - working on making my own patterns up! My sister would love to get a Christmas themed quilt from me! :) mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  9. Posted on my facebook page! https://www.facebook.com/allison.churchbird?fref=nf&pnref=story
    Thanks for the chance! mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  10. I have been dying to try an orange peel pattern this bundle would be great for that

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  11. I've never done a Christmas quilt and would really love to make one. Not sure what pattern I would use.

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  12. I shared your giveaway on Blogger (Sew Very Sherry) https://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=1308902856151276320#editor/target=post;postID=148009679706219339;onPublishedMenu=allposts;onClosedMenu=allposts;postNum=0;src=postname. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  13. A quilt with stars or maybe half square triangles. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  14. Turning Twenty would be beautiful with those fabrics.

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  15. I love the bundle, and would probably use a pattern from Moda Bake Shop to make a gorgeous quilt!

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  16. I shared the giveaway on Instagram, @notqnot .

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  17. I've admired this fabric for so long!! I'd love to use it on a modified boxy stars or ribbon stars pattern. Thanks so much for this giveaway!
    lstangl482 at aol dot com

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  18. I shared on instagram @lstangl482
    lstangl482 at aol dot com

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  19. I would make one of the quilts in the book Holiday Wishes! This is such a lovely bundle of fabrics.

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  20. I would love this bundle! I envied all the tree quilts I saw this last Christmas season (I saw the pattern on diaryofaquilter) and didn't have money to buy any Christmas fabric to make one. Best of luck in the move and thanks for sharing your stash!

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  21. I think your Shadow Bxes quilt would be great made with these fabrics.

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  22. Best of luck with the move! I would make the Starry Eyed Quilt from Moda's Bake Shop. I think this fabric would be great in that pattern. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  23. Shared on instragram (@cristinalovescrafts)

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  24. I noticed someone said Holiday Wishes by Sherri. Me I haven't made a simple quilt in a long time. I think I would like to do something easy and cozy for sitting in front of a fire. Thanks for the chance.

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  25. I would make a Turning Twenty quilt!

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  26. I absolutely love this fabric line! And I love star blocks so I think I'd make a star sampler. Perfect for Christmas.

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  27. I think I would make a "hugs and kisses" quilt top. :) Thanks for the chance

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  28. shared...

    https://www.facebook.com/bobbi.d.dougherty

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  29. LOVE Christmas fabric. Thank you for sharing. I would probably make a big block quilt to show off the fabrics.

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  30. Ohhhhh!! This would be perfect for a quilt I'm planning to make for a dear friend!! I'm not sure what quilt exctly, I'm still in the planning stage, but I do know some kind of heart styled pattern is appropriate for this person and this bundle is the exact color scheme that fits them!!!
    Very generous of you! We love give always ❤️

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    1. Shared! https://instagram.com/p/BPnTSD0AbbX/

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  31. I have the perfect pattern on my Quilt Bucket List on Pinterest,?it is a beautiful Log Cabin quilt and this fabric would be perfect!!

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  32. I tweeted your giveaway: https://twitter.com/firesidequilts/status/823570288466100224

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  33. I want to make the Sprigs and Twigs quilt by Kim Diehl. Maybe it would look good in the Christmas colors. Hmmm.....

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  34. https://www.facebook.com/sharer.php?u=http://littlebunnyquilts.blogspot.com/2017/01/my-loss-is-your-gain-giveaway.html?spref%3Dfb&t=Little+Bunny+Quilts:+My+Loss+Is+Your+Gain+%7BGIVEAWAY%7D

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  35. SHARED YOUR NEAT GIVEAWAY:
    https://www.pinterest.com/msstitcher/little-bunny-quilts/
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  36. I want to make a curved log cabin quilt and I believe this would be a great bundle to work with on that project.

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  37. First I'd make the "STAR OF WONDER" Table Runner x2 for my 2 daughters+then a Scrappy Throw for my sofa for Christmas! Such a neat Giveaway>THANK YOU!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  38. I would create a disappearing nine patch quilt with this bundle. Thank you for a lovely giveaway.

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  39. I want to make a star themed quilt. Not sure if would be the same star in each block or several different stars. Either way, this would be a great start to that project! Thanks for sharing. maryc76904 at yahoo dot com

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  40. Those are really beautiful fabrics! I would probably use them for a Scattered quilt as that pattern is so easy to make. good luck with your move!

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  41. I want to make an old fashioned looking Cozy Christmas quilt and this would be perfect!

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  42. I have been saving Christmas quilt ideas for a while. And I love anything from 3 Sisters. So perhaps this bundle would motivate me to make something finally. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  43. It looks like it would be perfect for the 6 in squares split in the middle with a light fabric. Have no idea the name of the pattern but I've made a lot of them. Jmikebalou (at) aol (dot) com

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  44. I've been wanting to try a disappearing nine patch. I'm teaching my ten year old Granddaughter to sew and quilt like my grandma taught me. We began doing ninepatch blocks.

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  45. I like a disappearing nine patch for a quick finish that always looks great. I've made and gifted Christmas quilts, but don't have one myself so it would be fun to win and do some sewing for my home.

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  46. While I am sad for your need to purge (moving stinks), I'm excited to have met you through a shared IG follower. I love meeting new quilters and discovering their blogs. This will be fun for me. And, bonus, a giveaway! I haven't ever made a Christmas quilt. However, I think a dresden made with these beautiful prints would be exceptional! God's richest blessings as you move.

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  47. I am new to quilting and want to start with an easy quilt block pattern. This would give the the jump start I need to do it!

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  48. I'm pretty sure I'd make the Fat Quarter Fizz...I love this fabric <3

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  49. I shared this on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/melriks

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  50. I have wanted to make a Shimmer quilt from Cluck Cluck Sew. I would use the bundle for it! Thanks for the chance to win!

    Sandy A

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  51. Disappearing 9 patch. fabric focus.

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  52. I haven't made a Christmas quilt yet, and this bundle looks like it would make a nice one. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  53. https://www.facebook.com/margaret.m.nelson

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  54. I woould make a Log Cabin quilt....

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  55. I have a quilt pattern that I bought before I learned to quilt. This fabric would be perfect, a Christmas Angel.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  56. I shared the give away on Instagram.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  57. I would either make Starburst or Spring Splendor.

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  58. I have so many patterns that I want to try - how can I tell you.....maybe Nancy Zieman's Fat Quarter Mystery quilt she has started this month.

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  59. I would make a christmas quilt.I sew new christmas quilt along in a blog I follow and these bundle would be perfect for it.

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  60. This bundle would be perfect in Oh By Golly, a new pattern by Lella Boutique. An icy blue background is just the ticket.

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  61. I would do a 10 minute block quilt with this. I have been recently admiring this pattern again and it would be great in Christmas fabric. Thanks for the chance!

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  62. I would love to go simple and make 5-6 inch squares, no in-between sashing, with some pretty borders. I've never made a Christmas quilt and would love to have that chance with this awesome bundle. Thanks for the chance!

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  63. I would make Sherri Falls Christmas wishes quilt.

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  64. I would love this to make a snowball quilt.

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  65. I think this Christmas bundle would make a great "swoon" quilt. I've been wanting to make one and a Christmas theme one would look great. thanks, grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  66. There are a couple of "package" quilt patterns that I have seen that I think would look wonderful in those fabrics.

    Thank you for having a giveaway.

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  67. Not sure what pattern I would use if I was the lucky winner. I have sew many patterns that I want to make sew I am sure I would make one of those. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

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  68. Oh gosh I'd love this Christmas themed fabric bundle ...I would make a pattern that I own but have yet to make it's a tree quilt it's pretty simple yet trees and background and elegant looking I think I've had the pattern just need the fabric

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  69. I would maybe make place mats with this fabric

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  70. tweeted.
    https://twitter.com/1apple_blossom/status/823696763076964352

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  71. My first inclination is to make a log cabin quilt. But, I am also thinking about a mantle runner or a tree skirt. Hope you move goes well.

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  72. I'd like to make a Christmas tree skirt for my oldest son (my go-to pattern is Fruitcake Under My Tree by Tracey Jacobsen on modabakeshop.com). And maybe a matching lap-size quilt!

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  73. I am not really sure what quilt I would make with these fabrics, they are beautiful but I know that I would make me a Christmas quilt. I have made three others and have given them away as gifts. Time for a holiday quilt for me.

    Good luck on your move and destashing. I am mentally planning for a job relocation, just waiting for the job first and I know I will need to do the same thing you are doing. i am working to sew through some stash before I have to move it all.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  74. I posted this giveaway on Pinterest.
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/548242954623705523/

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  75. I would make several things with this fantastic FQ bundle of 3 Sister's Midnight Clear. A couple of table toppers, a table runner, and a Christmas bags.
    I've already made a Christmas quilt or that would have been my first option if I were the lucky one.
    Good luck on your packing and sorting. It sounds like an exciting time in your life full of possibilities.

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  76. I once saw a sample hanging in a quilt shop that was a Christmas tree made out of all triangles. It was darling and I think all these different greens would give it a lot of depth!

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  77. I love log cabin blocks - but I have been wanting to do a bear claw quilt too in holiday fabrics - thanks!

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  78. Not sure what pattern..yat! lol But thinking a churn Dash...it is my favorite Block right now :)

    Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way! :D

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  79. I Pinned it! :) https://www.pinterest.com/mombear75/win/

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  80. I would love to make a holiday quilt. I might make a disappearing 4 patch or log cabin.

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  81. Ooh, such a pretty fabric line. If I were ambitious, I might try to make a Swoon quilt with it! Thanks for the giveaway Alison!

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  82. I pinned it on my pinterest board -- https://www.pinterest.com/pin/234890936795476510/

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  83. I can see this as a sampler quilt. Beautiful fabrics.

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  84. I would make a holiday lonestar with this gorgeous bundle. Thank you for this generous giveaway, and happy moving!

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  85. it probably make a beautiful bargello quilt- lucky winner who ever they are - Hope you have a wonderful move.
    Regards from Alberta, Canada
    Anna

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  86. So beautiful! One of my goals is a Christmas quilt for each bed. I'd make a star quilt! Bethastrand@gmail.com

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  87. I'll have to think about which pattern, but in the meantime, I tweeted
    https://twitter.com/Arf2D2/status/823744936159879169

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  88. Maybe Granny Squares would be good? If not, I'm sure I can find something in my collection of FQ patterns I have. Thank you very much. Ksmith8@emich.edu

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  89. I adore this fabric line, I would love to use it as a star quilt, with white snoflakes. I have no Christmas fabrics so this would suit my endeavor. Thanks
    Aka kingcooper0001@aol.com

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  90. I tweeted here: https://mobile.twitter.com/KarrieSmith3/status/823746583078596673

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  91. I love 3 sisters designs and I think this fabric would look wonderful with a pattern from and older book with Christmas patterns. The one I have in mind is called, "Brown Paper Packages"
    Thanks for the opportunity!

    Linda
    lksmith47@gmail.com

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  92. I would definitely do something with stars for Christmas with this bundle! Thanks for the chance!

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  93. Shared your generous offer on instagram where I'm @LaunderedCotton

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  94. I plan to make a Christmas quilt for each of my sons and their partners. If I start now I might even manage to get some of them done this year - I need four. This bundle would be perfect for my second oldest but I'm not sure which pattern I'd use. Maybe a variation on churn dashes so the fabric could be the focal point.

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  95. This would be perfect for trees and I even know who I would make give it to - my dear friend for over 45 years!

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  96. I have a lovely 12-inch star block pattern - these fabrics would be great for the quilt I have in mind!

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  97. I see this fabric in a log cabin...or tumbler quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  98. I would make a Quatrefoil quilt with this fabric. Thanks for the great giveaway!!

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  99. I think this Fabric would make a gorgeous bauble quilt - log cabin with 1 1/2" and 2 1/2" logs to form baubles.

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  100. I would love to make your Christmas Twirls quilt with this bundle.

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  101. I'm not sure which pattern as there are so many I want to make.

    hijoffeATgmailDOTcom

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  102. I will make a beautiful Christmas throw, not sure which pattern yet, need to play with the fabric til I can make my decision, lol. garvey56@gmail.com

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  103. I would use Kim Diehl's Simple Christmas Tidings book's quilt pattern. tljeo at yahoo dot com

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  104. Love the red and green fabrics. Think they would look great in just about any setting. However, I'm thinking Sherri Falls's Midnight Clear is the one!

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  105. I LOVE this collection. I was planning to make a new tree skirt this year but the flu interfered. These fabrics would be perfect for that! Thanks for the giveaway! Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  106. I would love to use the fat quarter bundle of Midnight Clear by Three Sisters for Moda as an accompaniment to Pat Sloan's Winter Solstice project I am working on. I am using Lynette Anderson Design's - Festive Fun - "The focus print has sphere’s that float through a sea of spots and stars, the sphere’s are filled with scenes of snowmen, Santa’s, kittens with gifts, reindeer stacks and dogs wearing mittens. There are prints with mistletoe berries for spots, holly berries that are ready to be plucked form the surface, scattered star prints and a sweet stripe." The Midnight Clear Fabrics mimic some of the wonderful holiday designs and colors! They are a perfect match for my project!

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  107. I re-posted your give-away! https://www.facebook.com/anita.s.jackson.56?hc_ref=NEWSFEED

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  108. I have a medallion quilt that I've been working on for a few years and this would fit in nicely!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  109. I shared on Instagram @cotten.gloria. Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  110. Hmmmm. I've been wanting to make a Christmas quilt and get some hst practice in as well. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  111. I would love to win this bundle of beautiful Christmas fabrics. I think I would make a Yellow Brick Road Pattern with this fabric.

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  112. I probably would make something out of my new Sheri Falls Holiday Wishes book.

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  113. Hiya!!! I've been working on a modified Churn Dash pattern, and this line would work great for that. Ahhhh, a new Christmas quilt (just for me---maybe). Thanks so much for having the giveaway. Blessed be, hugs!!!
    pamspretties57 at gmail dot com

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  114. This bundle is so pretty. I think a buzz saw pattern would be great for this Christmas collection.

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  115. Oh, this is a lovely bundle and you are so generous to share! I would make a quilt pattern called Hidden Stars. It would be perfect! duchick at gmail dot com

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  116. Ive never made a christmas quilt but would love to applique a huge christmas tree on a top with your fabrics. Thanks for being so generous!!
    sewfabrics at outlook dot com

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  117. I think I might make a nine patch block quilt with this lovely fabric! What fun it would be to work on a Christmas quilt early in the year!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  118. shared on facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/nicole.sender2/posts/10210049207858124
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  119. I would either use it in the Patchwork Quilt-A-Long or a Swoon quilt. edrin1932(at)gmail(dot)com.

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  120. Shared on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/p/BPtAZwlh5rR/?taken-by=chanzy01
    edrin1932(at)gmail(dot)com

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  121. I'd make a Cross Quilt for Christmas if I win.
    Beth bstanfield1@nc.rr.com
    I'll share on IG too. Thanks.

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  122. I have wanted to make a Christmas Quilt for one of my grandchildren. I have spread your message on facebook. I moved in October after 30 years in the same house. Downsizing my quilt stash to quilt guild, secondary school sewing classes, church and many other groups helped.. Now to replenish my stash.Thank you for a chance to win. Happy Quilting :) smivany@gmail.com

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  123. I have been wanting to make a quilt using the Swoon pattern by Camille Roskelly, and I think this would be great for it. There would lots of leftovers that would be fun to use in a churn dash quilt with three or four sizes of churn dash blocks.

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  124. I would love to make a log cabin quilt with this!!!!!!

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  125. I bought a pattern that is rows of Christmas ornaments, but I can't think of the name (nor can I put my hands on the pattern at the moment). I'm sorry you have to down size your stash a bit. That hurts.

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  126. I think I would do something simple like Yellow Brick Road to show off those pretty prints.

    Thanks for the chance

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  127. https://www.pinterest.com/bluestarof2/pins/
    Shared to Pinterest. Thank you! Relax...........your move is meant to be and life goes on and gets better.
    bluestarof2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  128. I've yet to make a Log Cabin block, let alone a whole quilt...this bundle is perfect!
    Have you ever seen the movie "New in TOwn?" That's the Log Cabin quilt I would make. THank you.
    bluestarof2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  129. I think the Quatrefoil Quilt would be awesome in xmas prints.

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  130. I've always wanted to make a Feathered Star quilt and this bundle would be perfect! Thanks for the chance to win.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  131. To me, this looks perfect for a Christmas Cabin quilt. Such a pretty bundle!

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  132. I just got the new pattern for arrows from the FQS! I think these fabrics would point to Christmas!

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  133. I would make a Lucky Stars pattern by Terry Atkinson. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  134. I shared on Instagram as ceciliaquilts.

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  135. I think I would make a star quilt together with my grandmother. We are both novice quilters but it would be a wonderful memory to make together!

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  136. Shared on Pinterest http://pin.it/MTqNsfg

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