Fat Quarter Shop giveaway!!

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Our lovely sponsor Fat Quarter Shop is generously giving one Adventures in Dressmaking reader three yards of fabric from the Poetica line!  Here are just a few pretties...

What would you make with it?!?

To win, leave a comment on this post telling me what you'd like to make out of any of the lovely things at Fat Quarter Shop!

For extra entries, tell me about how you:
You must be a follower of this blog (with whatever follow tool you please) to win. And I MUST have your email or some way to contact you if you win!!!!!!

Giveaway ends Saturday, March 24th and I'll announce the winner Sunday. Good luck!

262 comments

  1. AWESOME GIVEAWAY!I have a pattern for a maxi dress, I think i would have to use that fabric for it!


    olympicsleeper(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  2. I'd love this since I'm just learning to quilt and am trying to pull together a variety of fabric to use.

    stephanie (dot) m (dot) handy (at) gmail

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  3. i'd like to make a purse out of that purple and blue flower circle fabric!

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  4. i liked fat quarter shop on face book

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  5. I liked Adventures in Dressmaking in face book

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  6. I could use some for the wedding quilt I'm planning. :)

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  7. Already liking FQS on fb. :)

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  8. Now what i will do with the fabric? A tea party set!, Tea pot warmer, Table cover, Pieced napkins, place mats, tea tray cover. I love it!

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  9. I would love to make a few pillows or small blanket and a skirt for me!
    thanks!
    shantelhjones at gmail dot com

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  10. These fabrics are gorgeous!! I'd love to make a pretty little shirt and a matching clutch. missstarlamae at yahoo dot com

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  11. I don't have a lot of skirts, so possibly that, and/or a tote bag. Maybe a little shirt too.

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  12. These fabrics are great! I would use the fabric to make a new springtime dress.

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  13. I would love to make some skirts or a dress with the fabric.

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  14. Beautiful prints! I'm still a novice at sewing, but would love to make a dress out of any of these fabrics.

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  15. Gorgeous! I would love to make a spring skirt or two with that fabric!

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  16. i love these prints! i would use them to make some sweet bibs and embellish some burp cloths for my baby-to-be!
    embily@gmail.com

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  17. oh wow!! is SOOOO want to win this!! i would grab 1/2 yard of the free spirit get it together chartruse bears and make my little man some pj pants! i love the art gallery prints. they would make a very pretty quilt for a funky boho room! i love the ikat print by amy butler, it would make a cute spring dress!!!

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  18. I would make my girls matching skirts
    mframe00@gmail.com

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  19. I "Like" Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook- Michelle Frame
    mframe00@gmail.com

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  20. I "Like" Adventures in Dressmaking on Facebook- Michelle Frame
    mframe00@gmail.com

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  21. gorgeous! i would probably make a quilt, or some baby stuff for friends!

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  22. I liked both Adventures in Dressmaking and The Fat Quarter shop on Facebook. I would probably make an anthropologie inspried skirt with one of the pretty prints.

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  23. Beautiful fabrics! I'm still learning to sew but I'd love to make a simple skirt, 1950s style out of one of these fabrics.

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  24. Ooh.. everything is so pretty! I would make a fun top for summer or some dresses for my little nieces. megan983@uab.edu

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  25. I would use it to make a pretty summer dress!

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  26. Oooh, I see a beautiful spring dress!

    mellysews(at)gmail.com

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  27. I follow you on twitter

    mellysews(at)gmail.com

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  28. I'd make pillows for my couch in Lotta Jansdotter's Echo prints.

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  29. I like Fat Quarter Shop on FB. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  30. the rhythmic yardage would make such a lovely dress

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  31. I'd make my first dress! For some reason, I've always been nervous about trying, but I'm pretty good at sewing other things. :D mosthotbutter [at] gmail [dot] com

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  32. I already "like" you on facebook!
    mosthotbutter [at] gmail [dot] com

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  33. I'd make a quilt from just about anything from the FQS!

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  34. I also follow FQS on Twitter.

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  35. And I follow you on Twitter now. (But p.s. - your link up there is wrong! I found you anyway.)

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  36. I have a very large and empty wall in my living room, it definitely needs a quilt. The soft turquoise and teh pink quarters from the shop would work perfectly with my furniture and the wall... it would be my first non-scrappy quilt as well because it has to turn out perfect.

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  37. oh what would I make? maybe a new purse.

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  38. I would make a birthday dress for my daughter

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  39. follow fqs
    natalulu @ yahoo.com

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  40. I follow you on fb
    natalulu @ yahoo.com

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  41. I'd probably sew a dress or skirt or something along those lines! :)

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  42. A pretty skirt. As if I need another pretty skirt. Of course I need another pretty skirt! :D

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  43. i like adventures in dressmaking on facebook!

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  44. and i follow you on twitter!!! xoxo

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  45. I would want to try out some quilting with the fabric!!

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  46. I follow you on twitter!

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  47. I'm following FQS on twitter

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  48. I love the Mint Love Notes print! I'd make a dress, of course!

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  49. I liked you on fb and you're on my blogger reading list and blogroll on my blog- does that count as following? I hope so, because these fabrics are beautiful!

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  50. I really like the Aqua Sweet Melody print! I would either make a fun spring dress or skirt.

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  51. I like Adventures on Facebook.

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  52. I also follow you on Twitter!

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  53. I'm a follower and I also love FQS; I could see these lovely fabrics in a dress or skirt but also in a quilt. thanks for chance to win (marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  54. I not much of a quilter, but my mom is! She's currently finishing up my wedding quilt and starting on a baby quilt, so I think she would use something from the shop in one of those quilts!

    demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

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  55. I think this fabric would make a lovely quilt! Or bag, or wallet, or really anything - it's gorgeous!

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  56. I like Adventures in Dressmaking on Facebook!

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  57. I also like FQ shop on Facebook!

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  58. I just started quilting, and I'm sure that these lovely things would only help to fuel my quilting fire.
    thebestsarahinthewholewideworld at hotmail dot com

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  59. I'd probably make a circle skirt of a fuller-skirted dress. Those patterns on the fabric are lovely!

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  60. Ooops, forgot to put an email: moogers1(at)yahoo(dot)com

    I follow on fb! :-)

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  61. I would probably make a new dress or top as i love to sew clothes.

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  62. I have the perfect vintage pattern for the gray rhythmic print!!

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  63. I like (love) you on FB!

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  64. I'm a garment sewer, not a quilter. But my mom's an avid quilter and has me working on two quilts right now. The Poetica Citron Love Notes would make part of a very cute quilt for my bedroom.

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  65. I like Fat Quarter on FB.

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  66. Oooh, these are adorable! I'm getting married in October and since a lot of my friends won't be able to make the trip from Alaska to North Carolina, we're all making a Vegas trip in July. I would love to make us each a little "girl's night out" clutch :)
    Thank you for this!!

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  67. I'm working on a sampler quilt, so some of the fabric would go toward making some super cute quilt blocks. I'd also make clothes for my little girls.

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  68. I'm a fan on facebook as well!

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  69. Like fat quarter shop on facebook.

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  70. Like adventures in dressmaking on facebook.

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  71. As a brand new quilter I would make some quilt blocks, and the purple one would make a great handbag! Thank you for the opportunity.

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  72. I follow you on Twitter (I am Victoria_Rose on Twitter)

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  73. I like the Fat Quarter Shop on FB

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  74. I follow the Fat Quarter Shop on Twitter!

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  75. I want to make a quilt for my baby really bad but don't have the funds right now. I really hope I win!

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  76. I love Fat Quarter Shop! I would make some clothes for my two girls!
    cbakertroublemaker@hotmail.com

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  77. I like Fat Quarter Shop on FB!
    cbakertroublemaker@hotmail.com

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  78. I like you on FB!
    cbakertroublemaker@hotmail.com

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  79. It looks amazing, great colours!

    marloesh.j @ gmail.com

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  80. I also follow you on twitter.
    marloesh.j @ gmail.com

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  81. I've liked you on facebook as well.
    marloesh.j @ gmail.com

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  82. I love to quilt so that's what I would want to make. Love the Poetica line!

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  83. A dress, definitively. I love those prints and ot would make the cutest summer frock.

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  84. I also followed you on twitter.

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  85. I have been wanting to make an apron for myself with mixy-matchy prints. I think these would be perfect. Thanks so much!
    -Katie
    engk789 (at) gmail.com

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  86. I also followed fat quarter shop on twitter.

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  87. The fabric is just so pretty. I need more shirts, so I would make some shirts. Thanks for the giveaway!

    megandurant AT gmail DOT com

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  88. Beautiful fabrics!

    I think I would make a bag or a little skirt, depending on my mood at the moment!

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  89. I can think of sew many things to make with 3yds! I'd love a new top, maybe some to be used in a new clutch, and some in a quilt... with enough left over to make a new book cover!

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  90. O wow, these are so pretty! I would love to make a skirt or dress out of those fabrics!

    susannah.kellogg@gmail.com

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  91. Ooooh! A little patchwork-y clutch could happen, or use some as a base for a new throw quilt. Pretty!

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  92. Probably a quilt or tote with all this loveliness!

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  93. I liked fat quarter shop on facebook!

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  94. Monica3/08/2012

    I would probably make a purse or pillows. My daughter wants new curtains.

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  95. Monica3/08/2012

    I liked you and Fat Quarter on facebook! Thanks.

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  96. ooh, I'd make a skirt, a clutch, a pillow, a scarf....

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  97. Awesome giveaway! I think I'd make a darling summer dress! :)

    melaniejayne716(at)gmail(dot)com

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  98. Such gorgeous fabric! I would have to decide between making a new skirt, patchwork pillow, or handbag. I also follow you & the Fat Quarter Shop on twitter. =)

    reamer.elizabeth@gmail.com

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  99. So pretty! I'd make a tote for me and a skirt for my daughter. I would use the rest for applique work. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  100. I would make some large cushions/floor pillows out of Daylight Serenade

    chester_rabbit at hotmail dot com

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  101. Anonymous3/08/2012

    Beautiful fabric! I just moved into a new place. I would use the fabric to create big beautiful cushions.

    suhanya_ponniah@yahoo.com.au

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  102. I'd make some lovely little zippered pouches for friends, and maybe some quilted pillows for me!

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  103. The friend I consider the big sister I never had is expecting her first child this summer. I'm thinking some of the prettiest baby clothes ever.

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  104. I would love to make a baby blanket for our new baby due in September.

    ethertonphotography@gmail.com

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  105. These fabrics are stunning!! My mum's asked me to make her an apron for mother's day, so these would be GREAT for that =) x

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  106. I'd love to make a purse (or a quilt) - thanks! I love this line!

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  107. I like you on FB too! Thanks for the chance!

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  108. i just had a baby, and have been making tons of kid clothes...i would love to use some of these fabrics!!!

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  109. Elizabeth3/08/2012

    I'd love to use this fabric to make a spring or summer dress.

    egholtrop at gmail dot com

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  110. Elizabeth3/08/2012

    I liked Fat Quarter on FB!

    egholtrop at gmail dot com

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  111. I'd make some pillows, curtains or maybe an apron. Such great fabric!

    valery (dot) pozo (at) gmail (dot) com

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  112. I love Cayman Bay Batiks - what a beautiful bundle!! Thanks for the chance!

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  113. I like FQS on FB!!

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  114. I follow FQS on Twitter!!

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  115. I like you on FB!!

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  116. I must make more skirts with them! L_N_K_V at yahoo dot com

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  117. love some pretty fat quarters--scampbell712(at)gmail(dot)com

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  118. I've been wanting to make a quilt. We made little quilts in 8th grade home ec, but I'd love to make myself a big one now that I'm a big kid:)

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  119. I follow fat quarter shop on twitter

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  120. I follow you on twitter.

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  121. I love to make baby gifts with fabrics thT are

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  122. I've been waiting for the new Tradewinds charm pack to come out so I can make a quilt for my bed. But they have so many cute fabrics that I would love to make a light, thin summer dress out of!

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  123. I "like" you on facebook!

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  124. I "like" Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook!

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  125. I've been looking for some special fabric to make a first birthday dress for my baby girl. A few of these prints would be perfect!

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  126. I like Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook.

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  127. Following you on Twitter!

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  128. I would make dresses for my girls! hereinislove@gmail.com

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  129. I follow you on twitter hereinislove@gmail.com

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  130. I'm following fat quarters shop on twitter hereinislove@gmail.com

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  131. I'd use any of the Papillion butterfly prints to make pillows for our living room, and possibly the bed. I got some gorgeous butterfly/dragonfly prints from my parents for my birthday, and I'd love to bring that theme around our house!

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  132. So pretty! I would either make a skirt or a purse. Love the blog, by the way =)

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  133. and yes, I like you on facebook. :)

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  134. I have a great vintage pattern I bought on ebay with a full skirt that would look awesome in any of those fabrics!

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  135. I would love to make a fabulous spring skirt!

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  136. I would love to make a quilt. Thanks.

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  137. I follow them on FB.

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  138. I follow them on twitter too.

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  139. I follow you on FB.

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  140. I follow you on twitter.

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  141. Oh dear, everything is so lovely! I'm just a beginner sewer, but I think I'd like to tackle some sort of fitted dress with prints this pretty!

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  142. I would make cuffed pants for my son.

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  143. hair bows, hair bows, hair bows - and skirts.

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  144. adventures fb fan

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  145. I would probably make a top... or maybe a skirt. And then, with the left-over bits, I would do some piecing. Yeah.... or maybe a tote. Beautiful fabrics!

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  146. I did the liking of the fat quarter shop on fb!

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  147. I follow both fat quarter and adventures in dressmaking on FB and I receive Adventures in Dressmaking newsletter : ) I totally need a new skirt in a bad way and these fabrics would be great for that. My hope is there would be some left over and I could make my 2 year old little girl a matching one.

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  148. I'd love to make quilts! :)

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  149. my outdoor setting needs the cushions recovered...perfect in this fabric...

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  150. I'm picturing a dress!!!

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  151. I like FQS on FB.

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  152. I follow FQS on Twitter. @birdie00000

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  153. I like Adventures in Dressmaking on FB.

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  154. I'm now following you on Twitter. @birdie00000

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  155. I'd probably use it in a quilt... I'm kinda obsessed with them lately!

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  156. Make new spring skirts!

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  157. I'd like to make a 50's style sundress

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  158. And I Liked Adventures in Dressmaking on Facebook...

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  159. And I followed you on twitter (I'm WendyJoy on twitter)

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  160. Following you on FB! :)

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  161. Beautiful fabrics! I would love to make a spring dress with a maxi skirt with the Grey Rhythmic yardage. I love the soft grey colour.

    katter@gmail.com

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  162. I've also liked you on Twitter!

    katter@gmail.com

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  163. AND i liked you on Facebook
    katter@gmail.com

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  164. ANNNNDDD I followed Fat Quarter shop on Twitter

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  165. (last one, promise): I've like Fat Quarter on Facebook :)

    Thanks for entering me in the giveaway!
    katter@gmail.com

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  166. I think I'd probably make some throw pillows for my room, I need a bit of color!

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  167. This fabric is lovely. I'd make a peasant top or dress.

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  168. I like Fat Quarter on Fabebook.

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  169. You got me thinking hard about that one, what with such a lovely choice of fabrics available at FatQuarterShop! I came up with a bed topper which would just add that bit of pizazz to my bedding. ;O)

    I've liked, tweeted and shared. Thanks for having such a great blog!

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  170. I'd make a lovely little dress...inspired by some of my Pinterest pins! :)

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  171. I'd love to make an halter top

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  172. These are beautiful!! I have been wanting to brighten up our 1960s wood paneled kitchen in our rental house. It needs some bright colors to brighten up the brown and dark feel it gives! Table runners are a must to add interest and color, maybe some fun pot holders, or maybe some light fun panels for the windows! :)

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  173. I've liked Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook!

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  174. Following you on Twitter.

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  175. Following Fat Quarter shop on Twitter.

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  176. like FQS and Adventures in Dress making on FB.
    I would like to make a great statement chair cover for my kitchen.

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  177. I'd like to make a skirt for my little niece. Love all the bright florals!

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  178. So pretty! I have lots of projects in mind...

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  179. Beautiful colors and great patterns! I know I'd use the yardage for an embellished quilt. It's in chartruese, purple and fuschia...perfect! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!!

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  180. Beautiful colors! I'd make a quilt throw for my livingroom.

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  181. I like Fat Quarter Shop on FB!

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  182. I like Adventures in Dressmaking on FB!

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  183. I think I would make a skirt, I'm really into skirts for this summer.

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  184. I like Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook.

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  185. I like Adventures in Dressmaking on facebook.

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  186. I'd make a new case for my NOOK!!

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  187. also, I like Adventures in Dressmaking and Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook, and follow both on twitter!

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  188. I want to make a mad cool quilt, in all colours of blue and green and purple!

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  189. I would love the deep pink/fuscia and think it would really pop as the interior pockets of a summer bag . . . and any leftovers would make great quilting strips I use for baby girl gifts. I've liked both AID and FQS as well as follow you both on Twitter!

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