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5.15.2010

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A little giveaway as a "thank-you" for stopping by my little corner of the web. I feel so lucky to be part of this online crafting community that brings me so much joy, so thanks! In participation with Sew Mama Sew's Giveaway Day I am offering TWO lucky readers a fat quarter of EACH of these Girl Friday prints by Cosmo Cricket. This fabric would be perfect for a multitude of sewing and craft projects. Winners will be chosen by May 21.


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Leave a comment on this blog, telling me what you'd do with this fabric!

One entry per person please :)

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International entries welcome!
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Anna said...

oh I knew I should have gotten some of that fabric when it first came out, it's so cool! I think I would make a wallet or put use it in a bag somehow.

tong said...

I'm in 2 quilting bees and my months are coming up for the both of them, I think these lovelies will be great for what I have in mind (wonky stars and drunk love blocks). Thanks for the giveaway!

Sally said...

I love that fabric so much! I am a big math nerd, so I would probably embroider some graphs of my favorite equations on the grid one and make it into a quilt.

Anonymous said...

The fabric is gorgeous, I would add it to the scrappy patchwork quilt I am making for my wee son -- all in aqua, pale blues and reds.
Katieknygh[at]hotmail[dot]com

Heather said...

i'd love to use some of it for binding - i think those cute lines would really add to the edge of a quilt!

Jill said...

Such beautiful fabrics and I could definitely use it to make something for my little boy - perhaps a library bag.

Amy said...

These are such sweet prints I think I would have to dig out that Japanese book I have with projects for the home and make some cute little baskets or something!

zarina said...

It would be a bit difficult to fit in any of the quilts but I may want to sew something for my desk - maybe a notebook cover. I just love how it reminds me of paper.

Mindy said...

Oohhh I would love to have some of this. I would make a small wall quilt to hang in my new sewing room.

Renee G said...

I haven't seen this before. But I think I would like to make some homemade tea towels with either applique or crossstitch.
rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

Elizabeth said...

I think I would use it for quilt binding or part of some throw pillows.

lulubloom said...

Oh wow, what fun fabric! I am sure that I would use them in some little quilt. I am obsessed lately with mini/doll quilts, so I am sure it would go into a doll quilt.

Fun giveaway!

Aunt Spicy said...

I just bought a dresden template and have a stash of red and aqua to use with it! OR it would be fab with some of the Japanese prints I just got....

Joanne Huffman said...

Very sweet fabrics. I see all sorts of possibilities. I think I'd make either dolls or journal covers with them.

Beth said...

Cute little pencil bags with names and subjects embroidered on them!!!

Dresden Quilter said...

They would be perfect in a quilt I am making for my sister.

Meg said...

Oh I would use it in baby quilts. Suddenly all my friends are having babies!

Leigh Ann said...

I love that fabric! I would use it in a quilt that I'm making for my son.

Anonymous said...

I would love to make a little cover for my sewing machine with it! Those are my fave colors!

TRacy Dawson

dawson.tracy35@yahoo.com

Michele said...

I'd use the fabric in a mini quilt.

gill said...

i've never come across this fabric in the uk - it's fantastic and i'd use it in my bags - i'm a bit of a bag nut!!
gill

trash said...

Have just beenintroduced to handpieced hexies - I could imagine that fabric as a sweet lil' hexie cushion!

angela said...

Fun Erica! I would love to make a mini with them. I love those lines.

And I broke my fabric fast yesterday after looking over your great enchino quilt again and placed a big order from Pink Chalk - love those cameras!

Always Sewing said...

What cute fabric! I think I would make a little fabric basket or maybe a wallet. Thanks so much for the give away.

Suzi said...

Hmmm...I am making an quilt for my cousin. She just got married, I think that would make a great addition to the fabric I am using.

Mary said...

Hi Erica! What a great giveaway! I would probably use these in some sort of patchwork project - maybe I'd mix the graph paper print with some of my number print from Authentic to make something fun for my number-loving, accountant husband :-)

Happy giveaway day!

Anita said...

I love this line of fabric. I would probably make a bag or us it for a small back pack for my daughter.

Madamquiltsalot said...

This is beautiful. I have been making things for my first Great Grand Baby, Trenton. I thing this fabric added with some of my oun would make a soft and cozey wuilt for him to grow with. Thanks,
Madamquiltsalot ~ Linda

deckhoff8514@esagelink.com

Leslie said...

these are so cute...i would likely include them in a quilting project because that is mainly what i do!

ayumills said...

Hello Erica! The fabric is so so cute and it looks like it will be perfect for little projects with embroidered text on it,, like the super adorable potholder you sewed up!! I love it and have been wanting to do something similar! Thanks for inspiration!!

Cyndi said...

What cute fabric, Erica! Thanks for the give away and a chance to win. I'd definitely make a wallet with these fabrics! :o)

XOXO,

Cyndi

Fine Hand said...

Lovely fabric! I think I would make a bag out of it.

A. said...

Awesome fabric! I'd make a zip pouch inspired by one I saw on Flickr with a paper airplane embroidered on it. So cute!

Eve said...

Oh, there would definitely be some love notes included in my future quilts. Those lines would make the perfect quilt tags. And the graphs, too, for that matter!

Frangipani said...

Lovely fabric! And it looks like it would go perfect with the quilt I'm working on now :-)
Please count me in!

tracey said...

I love giveaway days!

We just bought our first house, and this fabric would look great in my new kitchen! Maybe part of an apron, or some fancy new hand towels!

Terriaw said...

Happy to see you're participating in the SMS giveaway! I love the fabrics you are offering. I would love to make a few of those to-do mini quilts, like the one you made for me. Seems perfect for a mini notepad with an embroidered saying.

Dana said...

i would use red emboridery thread to write a love letter to my man :)

Wendy said...

I would use the fabric in a quilt for one of my fellow teachers. Thanks for the giveaway!

Lisa said...

I love those fabrics! They would be perfect for the scrappy quilt I'm making my 4 year old son. Thanks for the giveaway!

sewtakeahike said...

yay! it's so cute Erica. Well, as you know, I have a problem using fabric that I love right away. so first I'd probably sit and gaze at it for a while and THEN, I'd probably use it for a quilt. Yep, that's what I'd do!

Paola said...

Hola! me encantan las telas! Con ellas haría una bolsa para el almuerzo, para mi hija. Escribo desde Argentina.
Paola
paotanc@yahoo.com.ar

Madeleine said...

Hello! I'd use it in a quilt I am making for my boy!
Thanks for the giveaway!

Cristin said...

Lovely fabric! I'd use it to whip up a little something for my new baby boy :-) Maybe a sunhat or a pair of trousers for him :-) Cheers!

CupCakeCutie said...

gorgeous! I would probably turn them into journal covers. They are so special I would want something I would use every day.

nettie said...

Definitely make a quilt with this great fabric

Nettiepete at gmail dot com

rachel from Aus said...

Hi, I'm working my way through 2 paper piecing quilts currently and so I would love this material for them. Love your blog too :)

ricebabies said...

Thats hard, Id probably embrioer on the dotted lines and use trhe other for my new baby.

thericebabies(at)ymail.com

Bunny B said...

I would gift this to my sister! I'm not sure what she will make out of it, but possibly a bag or part of a quilt! Thanks!
bunnybx at gmail . com

EVA SB said...

These would make love place mats I could embellish with cross-stitch or project bags for my knitting.

eva.s.black[@]gmail[.]com

lili said...

Oh, I LOVE this fabric!

I would use it to embroider some fabric letters... maybe even love letters!

(lili@liliwilkinson.com.au)

Vic said...

Oh wow, I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this fabric & really, the possibilities are endless, but they do seem to be telling me, in no uncertain terms; embroidery.

The grid pattern - well, that quite obviously needs to have a robot sewn in to it & the lined "paper"; a framed piece in my daughters room listing all of her favourite things (necessities you know, like mandarines, gumboots & big trucks...).

Fabulous giveaway... I'll cross everything & hope for the best!

Nordlicht said...

I would use it for a bag or perhaps a purse...
Thanks for the giveaway and greetings from Germany

Cova said...

I would make a notebook cover

Marit said...

I would love to mix these pretty light fabrics into a mix for a quilt. Please hop over to my blog and have a look at the Short Stories quilt (a few posts down). Always in need for more light fabrics - and your's are gorgeous!
; )

sewconvert said...

Cute! I'll make a math chart for my boy:)

Jackie said...

am thinking bag, backpack and journal cover, very appropriate dont you think.

Cass said...

First I'd sit it on my desk just to look at it for a while, and then I'd turn it into a journal cover and a little tote. :)

Martina said...

Lovely fabric. Would use it for my planned blue quilt! Thanks so much!

Willa said...

The fabric would go into one of my one of a kind purshes.

eatmoresmores said...

That is neat-o fabric! I would put it on the cover of a notebook cover with my children's name on it. I'm sure little bit of it would end up embellishing a lot of projects.
Alice

Danielle said...

it would have to be embroidered pencil cases for me!

Kitty Vane said...

Those are some seriously gorgeous fabrics, thank you for having such a generous giveaway!

I would most likely make clothes for my soft toys from those lovely fabrics, or then I'd embroider some notes, graphs and doodles on them and make them into a book cover for my notebook. :)

kitty.vane(at)gmail.com

gretamargreta said...

these i would use as a liner to some plain boring totes i have. maybe as a cover up on the handles too to brighten them up.

Anya said...

Those would look great in a small table runner with some solid Kona cottons. Thanks for the chance!

emtdlb said...

That would be great in a mini quilt to give to my secret sister or used in a hot pad for the table for my daughter to make. Thanks for the chance!!!!!

was eigenes {Bine} said...

how beautiful. I would probably use this fabric for some pouches...
I am hosting a giveaway too...so come over to my place :-)
xo Bine

Stephanie said...

Beautiful! I'd use it for a boy quilt for my sweet little nephew.

Anne at Film and Thread said...

I'd make pillows for my daughter's apartment. She's a math and CS double major, so the fabrics would be perfect for her!

Chelsea said...

I just recently got a vintage tablecloth in teals and yellows that I want to use as a quilt back after I piece a front, and use it as a picnic blanket... these would match perfectly!

Little Miss S. said...

Love this fabric. If I was the lucky one, I'd make a tote and matching purse to bring my knitting project everywhere with me.

Nicole @ Create and Delegate said...

I'm going to make a peasant shirt for my little girl. The dashes will be the body, and the squares for the sleeves, and to trim the bottom.

createanddelegate@gmail.com

Shruti said...

I'll make a quilt for my niece to welcome her into the world in November!!!

Jamie said...

I think it would be super cool to embroider my kiddos' names to a patch of the dashes and applique it to library bags that we're making as a summer project. The checks might work well for the body of at least one bag-- for my little guy. Thanks!

Sharon said...

I would use it in a bag. I'd be so lucky to win this! Thanks for the giveaway. SChalle171@aol.com

Katie B. said...

Lovely fabric. It would make its way into a quilt for sure!!

AstaD said...

I think I would make fabric boxes to irganise my paperwork.

Thanks for this.

Kaye Prince said...

I would most definitely use these fabrics in a quilt - they;re so light and pretty!

joyaumcreative said...

As I like sewing bags and pouches I would use it for one of these...light blue is my favourite colour (by the way)

many Greetings from Spain
Sylvia

I♥thesecrazykids said...

I would make pencil bags for the kids.
bcgood83@yahoo.com

Aberdonian said...

Nice and fresh fabrics

cakegirl said...

I would use it for one of the 5 baby quilts I am currently making.

Bear said...

Great giveaway! I would use the FQs in a "First Day of School" quilt for my niece. If I start now, I might finish for September... Thanks for the chance to win!

Susan Entwistle said...

Without a doubt....Notebook covers for my sewing/quilting notes. I love writing on graph paper. Thanks for participating in the giveaway.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Wow what a great giveaway! I'd love to make a tote bag with these fabrics. Thanks for participating in SMS giveaway day. And thanks for entering me!

MB said...

I've got a new little one due in October and I'd love to make a small quilt for him/her! Hope I win!!

Deb said...

Iwould use them to make some gorgeous wee softies for a some new babies due in the g=famiky, july and August,
hugs Deb in NZ

thelady said...

I'd use them in a baby quilt.
soulsentwined@yahoo.com

sookhyuniee said...

thanks for the giveaway! the fabric is gorgeous! i'd love to make a quilt with them. you have a very nice blog by the way :)

Anonymous said...

I'd make a cozy for my graphing calculator :) I'd surely be the envy of all my chemical engineering classmates...ecpete@hotmail.com

Lady Farmer said...

Looks like an apron to me! ;~P
Blessings!

tkm said...

Oo those are pretty, I think they will make great summer napkins to take to picnics! Thanks for the giveaway!

Kamal

Kelly O. said...

that fabric is great!!!
I think I'd like to make a quilt with embroidered sayings done on the dotted lines fabric.

paulette said...

OMG...it's Christmas in blogland!! I would love to win your Give Away! Thanks so much for the chance!! I would stitch some little stitcheries on this fabric and make it into a quilt!
Take care!!
Paulette

Sandra said...

What great fabrics! I think I would mix it with something flowery and make napkins for a fresh summer-style dinner table! thank you for the chance :)

Amaranta said...

I little pillow for my guy, he loves math (yes, he does) so... I would stitch a few equations... thanks!

escuishi (at)hotmail.com

littlebluebirdie said...

These fabrics are fantastic! I'd probably make a little wall hanging or two..they would make great backgrounds for embroidery!

Janessa said...

i would love to make fabric flowers and use the fabris for leaves!

Emily B said...

I'm thinking little boy baby quilts!
ebickell at hotmail dot com

amber said...

I would make a quilt. those would make a great addition to my stash

Brooke said...

Those are great stash builders. I have a Christmas quilt idea in mind for my mom and those colors would match perfectly.

Check out my fabric giveaway at http://pitterputterstitch.blogspot.com.

Alissa said...

I think they deserve some great embroidery to use them as graph paper or the elementary writing practice paper. I have a new little boy (4 weeks today - yippie!), and this would be super cute in a pillow for his room.

The Wilson's said...

I would make a pleated bag! Thanks!

Made for You by Amy Plew said...

I would make a diaper changing set for my little boy who'll be born any day now!

Jacque said...

Thanks for the opportunity to win such beautiful fabric.. I would make some small pillows to add to my bedroom decor.

jleibfried@aol.com

Sarah said...

I think I would make an embroidered letter to my niece for her first birthday on one and use the other to make an embroidered graph of some sort. I love them!

Signe said...

I'd make little storage boxes for my crafting tools.
Hand sewn with orange or red embroidery thread... with a little lid, and probably strengthened with cardboard or some such...

jmommy08 said...

I see an adorable little sundress for my 2 year old! I love the simplicity!

Deci said...

A great bag! Beautiful color.

no4daughter said...

I would use this lovely fabric for the binding of a flannel baby blanket.

Skooks said...

Those look lovely for a variety of different projects. Maybe as part of a new quiet book for a new niece/nephew? I'm expecting 2 this year!
skooksplayground[at]gmail[dot]com

SewOverwhelmed said...

Very sweet fabric. Thank-you for the giveaway

Crissy said...

i would make some pillows for my son!

crissybell17(at)gmail(dot)com

Lilysunshine said...

These could be incorporated in the quilt I intend to make for my son.

pixie13 said...

These would work well in an Around the World quilt. Please count me in. Thanks!

gevin13{at}gmail{dot}com

Alegria said...

I love this fabric! Thanks for sharing!

Lesly said...

These would be perfect in the aqua and pink quilt I'm planning! They're gorgeous! Thanks for the chance to win!

aiglees said...

Lovely fabric!
I'm also a knitter, so I'll be making either a needle roll or project bags or a craft tote...

NinjaEema said...

I'd either use them in a quilt for my daughter or make a wallet out of them. I love the colors. Thanks.

ninjaeema at aol dot com

Michellekeenlyne said...

I would love, love, love to use this fabric to incorporate into some baby blankets that I need to make for all of my friends that are currently pregnant.

Thanks!
michelle

michellekeenlyne@hotmail.com

A Joyful Chaos said...

There are so many options. I'm not exactly sure what I'd do with this fabric. probably work it into some potholders, make a clutch, or a whole host of other things.

ajoyfulnoise@live.com

sleepyowlstudio said...

A pillow for my bed - with a handwritten note to my hubby on the front.

sandie@sleepyowlstudio.com

anne said...

oh, what fun fabrics! i think they could be used to make some adorable totes or other accessories for the nursery i'm putting together! (i'm expecting twins this fall!)

Victoria van der Laan said...

I love this fabric. It's the perfect liner for pencil pouches!!

Jessica Jo said...

I think I would use it to motivate me to start embroidering. What better fabric to learn to embroider on than a lined print or graph paper print? Heck yes!

Skip said...

Oooh gorgous fabrics. I think I'd either be selfish and make myself a little bag, or be selfless and make some shorts for my little bubba boy. Hmm, maybe both? :)

Lovely blog by the way, glad I came across it.

Sarah said...

That fabric is so cute! I think I would use it for a GPS and/or camera case.. my current cases are so boring and I have been wanting to make some new ones :D

snyde30@mail.lcc.edu

Lynne said...

Love the fabric. I would probably make a baby quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.
lynnegibson32@gmail.com

{BrianaArlene} said...

I love this fabric! I have never seen it before. I think I would use it to make a zippered travel case for sewing notions, and maybe use some leftover in a quilt squares for a baby quilt - adding some cursive words on the lines with a fabric marker.

machen und tun said...

lovely fabric!! i would sew it into a quilt i guess or use it as part of a cushion/pillow.
thanks for the great giveaway!!
claudia

greeblygreebly said...

So cute! The one that looks like notebook paper would make such a nice pencil case!

sfer said...

Oh my god... I love those fabrics SO MUCH I bought half a yard of each from uberstitch on etsy just a couple of weeks ago, LOL!
And yet... I WANT TO ENTER THE GIVEAWAY!! I have a couple of sewy colleagues that would love this fabric too, so what I would do with them is GIVE THEM AWAY to my friends so that they can have some of it too!! :-D

Thanks for the chance!

Contact:librosfera(at)gmail(dot)com

britt said...

Thanks for the chance to win! Hmm, what to make, what to make... I'd probably combine these fabrics with linen to make market bags!

Holly said...

I have a stack of old, lined chalkboards (small) that I've been meaning to turn into lapdesks for kids, this fabric would be perfect. Thanks for the chance to win!

Jessica said...

I'm seeing a little dress for my sweet baby! Love that fabric.

jesslinq at gmail dot com

UK lass in US said...

Ah, I love that fabric but haven't been able to find it around here. Hmm, honestly? I would probably spend many weeks admiring it, not wanting to cut into it in case inspiration hit for something better. But I like the idea of embroidering on that fabric.

Mary said...

Very pretty, simple fabric! I would make zipper pouches, or a coupon holder out of it.
Come by my giveaway too!
marytini at hotmail dot com

Allison said...

a zip pouch would be lovely made from these. now i just have to learn how to make a zip pouch!

Care said...

Beautiful fabrics -- I just want to feel them!

Let's be honest; I'm gonna hoard them -- until I come up with the Perfect project to use them for! :o)

RosaMaría said...

ohh that fabric is amazing!!! i think is perfecto for embrodery! i hope be the lucky one!
thanks for the chance!

Nugglemama said...

I probably would make a fabric clutch. I have a bit of an obsession with them as of late.

Kim said...

I am quilting a few gifts and think it would make for an adorable "tag" on the quilt.

bioyarn said...

When I saw the fabric I thought school bag or computer case.....as a teacher I crave my summer time to work on my sewing projects!

Tara said...

With this fabric I'd love to make some cloth wipes or a pretty tote bag :)

Thank you for holding this give away!

Carly said...

this fabric is adorable! i'd love to make a quilt or an apron with this :) hoping to win! cjgruen@gmail.com

Kirsten said...

Oh these fabrics would no doubt end up in a quilt!

Robyn said...

I love the soft green. I have been making small travel diaper bags for expecting friends. These greens would be a perfect baby netural color.

Tanya said...

I could see this fabric used for bags, so pretty!

smooze13 said...

I've never seen this fabric before. Its so cute. It would go great as a sewing/crafting theme with... I think its moda wonderland, with the scissors!
smooze13@aol.com

Jenny said...

awesome fabrics..i think i would use them for quilt labels. so cute.

Jackie Davis said...

I will use the fabric is a quilt! I amke baby dedication quilts for babies in Guatemala. I also make quilts for family.
*hugs*
Jackie (at) jackiesue.com
http://sewfun2quilt.blogspot.com/

Kerry said...

Reminds me of school books and graph paper- maybe a notebook cover

Aelysium said...

Oh my gosh, these are the coolest fabrics EVER. I think I'd make it into a little purse, or a notebook cover. It's so fun!
missa.moe@gmail.com

Jessica Christensen said...

It either goes in the aqua and red quilt I'm planning, or it would be the perfect market bag -- inside or out.

jessierey at msn dot com

Barb said...

I adore that fabric...I think I'd use it in my hexagon quilt I'm working on. Thanks for the great chance to win.

Just Us said...

love this!

i would make some covers with it.

jalee
markandjalee@msn.com

Betty Rockit said...

I would probably make something for my home like a pillowcover or a cute bag. I love the fabric!

bettyrockit (at) gmail

Vicki said...

stash it for now, put it in a mini quilt with some red/white polka dots later!

Sarah said...

Oh I think a bag for my little boy. The patterns would look super cool with some of the prints that I have!

Sarah said...

Oh I think a bag for my little boy. The patterns would look super cool with some of the prints that I have!

the mama monster said...

supe cool fabric! i would use it for a bag i think.thanks for the giveaway.
jacquelynbateman@hotmail.com

Doina said...

Beautiful fabrics! I would make bags.

merlinthecat said...

What a great prize! Thank you so much for the chance to win! I think I used it for a bag, or part of a quilt!

piecelove said...

I have just a tiny bit of that fabric (the handwriting print) and have been desperate for more. I love to hand embroider words on it, and that's exactly what I would do with it again.

Lindsay said...

I love this fabric - I use graph paper all day and then I could have some on fabric too!

Liz said...

How cute! I think I would make some treasure keeper bags for my oldest son. He can use them for fun now, and for school in the Fall!

Heather said...

I'm thinking a bag or an apron?
Would love to win.

kayla said...

i think i would personalize something for my little girl by printing iron-on letters. she starts pre-school in august, and i think there are lots of mama-made supplies she needs. a lunch bag, maybe?

Ariane said...

I love it!!! Such wonderful fabric. Thanks for the chance.

sembatgirl said...

Thanks for the giveaway! GREAT fabrics! I think I'd make a jewelry travel bag.... or maybe a little change purse!

Jessi said...

I would make some things for my nephews - it's hard to find nice fabric to make stuff for boys!

jessicoulter@gmail.com
http://commonthreadskingston.blogspot.com/

rlynnbaker said...

i'd make tea wallets!!

Lindsay said...

I would make a clutch. What a great set of fabric :)

janimal said...

I recently downloaded the Buttercup Bag pattern and to make it I need two coordinating fat quarters. These would be perfect for that!

Steve & Tara said...

i love the fabric...not sure what i would make
sntbosch@msn.com

Katie said...

Great fabric! I'll use it in a quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

JenFink said...

I would use is in a bag somehow or maybe a baby quilt.

renjenl21(at)gmail(dot)com

Julie said...

oh, these are too perfect. i love them! i'd use them in the baby quilt i'm planning!

bellsjo said...

What fantastic fabric! I have never seen it before. I have a good friend who is a maths teacher - I could make her a very cool bag to keep her school bits and bobs in! Thanks for the chance to win.

Jingle said...

This is fantastic fabric! I can so see this used on a mixed media collage! Very cool!

Tina said...

it would definitely be part of a quilt!

Kerri K said...

That fabric is so much fun... it looks like paper, so I think it would make a cool journal/book cover(s).

Firesong said...

Love those fabrics! Thanks for the giveaway.

Sara said...

I LOVE this fabric! It would make an adorable summer top for my 8-year old stepdaughter!

Megilon said...

How appropriate you have pencils with the fabric because it reminds me of school paper.

I think I'd use it for a purse or as a quilt border.

megan.zahn@gmail.com

andrea creates said...

I'd maybe make pencil cases-or pouches :)
Come stop by my blog, I'm participating in the giveaway as well :)

Jackie said...

I'd use this lovely fabric to make some jammies for my boys. So cute & cozy looking!

Thanks!!!

Nancy said...

I would add these FGs to the yard of girl friday I bought a few weeks ago and make some darling pillow cases. Thanks for the chance to win.
spackattak7 at hotmail dot com

emedoodle said...

That fabric would make some sweet little wall hangings - imagine the little embroidered words on those dotted lines. I've never actually done that before, but I'm sure I could learn! :)

I Love Baby Quilts! said...

I'd make a baby quilt, of course! But I like the suggestion I read in your comments of embroidering words on the lines.

phanclub4 said...

These fat quarters are too cute! I would probably use them to make some coin purses or a wallet, or maybe even a lunch bag. Thank you for posting the giveaway!

Amber H. said...

I would probably put them together with my rabbits and racecars fabric and other prints I've got to make a cute quilt!

Tawny said...

Oooh those are pretty. I've been busy making baby bonnets (http://tawnykw.blogspot.com/2010/05/how-to-laneys-emergency-summer-hat.html) and they only take a fat quarter to make, so this fabric would be perfect! :)

Rachel C said...

I think they would make a cute apron.
rach62803@yahoo.com

Jennifer Ladd said...

Great fabric - I'd use some of it for pouches, but I'd also like to whip up a dress for my daughter's doll .. she needs some new duds!
:)
Jennifer
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Bridget said...

I'd have to do some embroidery, probably some science geekey graphs that one of my friends would love.

Anonymous said...

Hi - I would embroider on some and make a tote and/or desk accesories for my college daughter.
Colleen
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Bethany said...

I would add a few fabrics from my collection and do a patch twirly skirt for my daughter!!!

Sarahby said...

Great Giveaway. It's so clean and fresh I would make a make-up bag or the outside of a brush case.

Michelle said...

I think I'd use them for journal covers.

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