Monday, May 21, 2012

Giveaway Day: Stash Happy Trio and more!


Happy Monday!

It's Giveaway Day on Sew Mama Sew! and Stumbles & Stitches is participating by giving away books, fabric and felt to one very lucky winner!!


Giveaway Day!


First, our friends at Lark Crafts are being super generous and giving away the whole Stash Happy collection! That is a trio of lovely books, perfect for using up your stash and creating super fun projects.


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The winner will receive the following 3 books courtesy of Lark Crafts:

And to sweeten the pot (and your stash!), we're throwing in some fabric and felt!

The winner will receive an assortment of large fabric scraps, ranging from roughly 5 x 10 inches to a few full fat quarters, lovingly cut from our stash! They are perfect to make many of the Stash Happy projects and include prints from the Echo collection by Lotta Landsdotter, Quilt Blocks by Ellen Luckett Baker, some Botanika, some Denyse Schmidt and more (also 2 small scraps of Kokka linen robots -- too cute not to include!).


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The winner will also receive 7 pieces of wool-blend felt (30% wool, 70% rayon) in a range of colors.


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See the details below for a chance to win this fabulous Stash Happy package!


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How to enter

For a chance to win this prize, simply write us a comment. If you'd like, tell us about a successful project you made with scraps or your favorite way(s) to use up your stash.

This giveaway is open to everyone. If you're a no-reply blogger, please make sure and leave an email address in your comment so we can contact you if you win.

We'll keep comments open until Friday, May 25 at 5 p.m. PST. We'll choose a random winner, will announce the name here, and will email this lucky person by Sunday, May 27. (Total value $75. Void where prohibited.)


Comments are now closed, thank you to everyone who participated!

Our lucky winner is Jeannette. Congratulations! We'll be emailing you shortly.

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A huge thank you to Lark Crafts for this awesome giveaway, and to Sew Mama Sew for organizing Giveaway Day! Make sure and go check out all the lovely people giving away supplies and handmade goodness all over the blogosphere.




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Good luck to everyone entering the giveaway!

532 comments:

  1. Amazing! I would love all the beautiful felt!

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  2. Lovely giveaway, thank you. I just made my Stained quilt using 144 different fabric scarps and I love it!

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  3. I just made a little sewing case from scraps. Thanks for the giveway.

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  4. I used some of my scraps to make my grandson an appliqued bunny bag for Easter. It was adorable. I haven't worked with felt so I would love to win, so I can try working with it.

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  5. The last craft I did using fabric was painting the edges of my daughter's old bulletin board & covering the cork with fabric. It looks great!

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  6. I just finsihed a rainbow scrappy quilt with some of my scraps. I still the non bright fabrics left. I had enough scraps to make a 60 x 70 quilt.

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  7. awesome! I use mine for stuffed animals and doll clothes

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  8. I once made a really cute clutch purse with little bits of scraps.

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  9. Thanks for a chance to win this terrific prize. I love making crafts for kids and it looks like these books and fabrics will be wonderful for my library & stash.

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  10. What a great give-away! I like to use my stash to make little potholders, and use the tiny scraps to embelish greeting cards.

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  11. What an amazing giveaway! I like to use up felt scraps making little badges and small embroideries and I use fabric scraps for lavander sachets.

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  12. I just finishe a ticker tape quilt using just scrap pieces! It was fun!

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  13. I just finished key chain credit card holders for my Mother & Nana on Mother's day.

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  14. Scraps are just perfect for Farmer's Wife blocks! :)

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  15. Hey Jenny and Angel, awesome giveaway! I have a terrible time hoarding my stash and being to afraid to cut into there for the name of my blog haha. Conquering one pile at a time. And lately I have been really cutting down my fabric and Im actually getting low! Thanks Ladies! And thanks Lark Crafts!

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  16. I am always finding little projects for my three-year-old to sew out of scraps. Thanks for the opportunity to win these things. It is such a generous giveaway.

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  17. Ohhhh I would so love to win this! My favorite way of using the fabric I have is to make jewelry (bracelets or earrings) and when I get the time, make stuffed animals for my daughter. She loves handmade toys :)
    Good luck to everyone entering!

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  18. I have not had the pleasure yet to use scraps, because I don't have enough. But when I do I am making a quilt for somebody special.

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  19. Are those robots? Too cute! I hoard my scraps - someday I will tackle the bucket o' scraps - maybe with some ideas from these lovely reads :-)
    yarebma@yahoo.com

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  20. i've made a few baby quilts and onsies with my scraps.

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  21. What a generous giveaway!
    I love using scraps and recently finished a bed size quilt made from scraps.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  22. I usually make my daughter cute hair accessories with my scraps. My favorite is the pinwheel hair clip from The Mother Huddle. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  23. I use up my scraps by making hexagon flowers.

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  24. I use my stash for paper piecing and mug rugs

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  25. Thank you for the outstanding giveaway! My scraps make their way to the church quilt ladies!

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  26. Great giveaway! I love to make stash-busting lap quilts!

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  27. Ooh, what a simply wonderful giveaway! I recently started making little bags out of my scraps, which I have been really happy with. I also use my felt scraps to make little cloaks and hats for wood peg people.

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  28. My daughter and I used felt to applique cute little animals on onesis for a friend who was having a baby!

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  29. Oh how wonderful!!! The cover to the applique book is awesome! I also love the fabric stash and want to get my hands on those! :0)I have made those cute spool birds and also their sewing machine cover out of my fabric scraps!!
    Thanks or giveaway- hoping to win!
    allie.wurgler@gmail.com

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  30. I use my scraps to make potholders, I also send them to my mom who makes cards, me journal books, and flowers for the granddaughters, use scraps for banners, tying up plants, bird nest, applique, What I want to do for Xmas I just saw, is ornaments for the tree, with Modge podge, The sweetest thing I do is play with my granddaughters in it, I throw them in the basket because they are 1 and they play in it..

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  31. I have been making placemats and napkins to use up some of my stash....the placements are reversible, so I can use up a nice amount of fabric!!

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  32. I love using scraps! I made a tumbler quilt out of scraps recently.

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  33. awesome giveaway!! i'm making small pillows right using up scraps, but i would like more scraps for more practice! :)

    owensolivia@hotamil.com

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  34. First of all, I loooove Quilt Blocks by ELB. Second, I'm currently de-stashing using a block I designed called "Square Knot". Mm... cutting down my scraps, working through fq's that need to be used! Yah!

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  35. So many things I could do with this fab prize!! i would make some special little coin purses or dolly dresses and some new goodies I find in those fab books!!

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  36. I love the fabric and I really like that you're including felt. I don't have any and could think of several ways to use it. Thanks!

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  37. What a fabulous giveaway! I love making toys for the girls using small scraps. :)

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  38. I just made a cell phone pouch with some scraps!

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  39. I love give away!I just finished a pinwheel quilt with scraps from another quilt I made 5 years ago. I took the left overs and combined it with a polka dot background. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  40. Great giveaway! Thank you for the chance.

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  41. I like to use up scraps on my backings. I also make mis-matched placemats for Free Motion quilting practice.

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  42. Love using scraps to make aprons! ALso patchwork bags for cell phones, and sunglass cases. Love the felt! Make felt flowers for headbands for my granddaughter, for embellishments for aprons, and for doll clothes. I would love to win this assortment!

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  43. I am making an all scrap hexagon quilt and it has been so fun! Larger scraps I usually turn into bags of some sort.

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  44. I made a quilt top for my sister almost all from my stash. I haven't quilted it yet, but at least I went through a few good scraps!

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  45. I've made a couple of mug rugs using stashed fabrics for the appliques. And one time I made a Halloween cape out of some cheaper fabric for use in a last-minute costume!

    Thanks for participating in the giveaway!
    I'm jazzed about potentially getting the felt!

    elizabeth.waligora@gmail.com

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  46. Please please please!! I LOVE the fabric stash!

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  47. I love making little zipper pouches--great way to use up smaller pieces.

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  48. This is a fantastic prize! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  49. I love using my stash to make the do.good blocks for my bee

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  50. i love making strip quilts with my scraps. it feels so good to use up all those skinny little bits!

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  51. amazing giveaway! My scraps are getting some hexie love at the moment, not sure what the hexie flowers will turn into in the end, but they sure are fun to make!

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  52. well, Susan (your second comment!) made my quilt pattern completely with scraps, and I just love it... Now I want to do one with scraps too!

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  53. what a great giveaway! I use my scraps by making 2 inch nine blocks. But pretty much all of my fabric is scraps because I bought that at a thrift store when I first started sewing about 6 months ago. I've been given some from family members who sew, and I won one giveaway. it was awesome.

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  54. That's a great giveaway stack! I need to do some pre-cutting so my scraps are ready to use when I am.

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  55. Fantastic giveaway I would love to win, it all looks fab!

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  56. what a lovely giveaway!

    i love making little "handy" things such as cellphone or coffee cup cozies from scraps. been my go to present for years and most recipients absolutely love the one of a kind quality of a scrappy lil thing. :)

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  57. Wow, great giveaway! I just made a little zipper pouch from some scraps. Thanks so much!

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  58. I love making scrap quilts to use up my scraps -- stacked coins or wonky log cabins to use up the strips.

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  59. I love to make yo yos and hexagons with my scrappy bits ! Fab giveaway !!!

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  60. This is such a super give~a~way :-) I have made a pincushion out of some of my stash fabric. Thank you for the chance to win!

    Chandice
    brunetteinnoaz@yahoo.com

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  61. I made favor bags for my son's birthday party using my scraps.

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  62. Awesome fabric and books! What a great give away, like to give that a chance too! All my quilts (for 26 years ) are scrappy, for I love to "paint with color/fabric" For me, it doesn't work without scraps, like a garden...all colors are going well together! Thanks for organizing! Kind regards, Conny

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  63. What a generous giveaway! I love making scrappy quilts - I think I have yet to make one that's actually just one fabric line! :) Thanks for the chance to win.

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  64. What a wonderful giveaway and lots of projects and materials to start the gift making, early.
    I keep my scraps in a basket and I like to just sew them together in crazy quilt fashion, then I cut out shapes and make little stuffed kitties and other animals with them. Great bowl fillers or little surprises to put into gift packages.

    Debbie

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  65. My favorite thing to do with my scraps is make little baby quilts for my daughter's dolls.

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  66. i used up some scrap fabrics making mug rugs as gifts. very fun!

    thanks for sharing. you can reach me at supersharmie at gmail dot com :)

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  67. So cool thanks
    lbroadstreet@tds.net

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  68. What an incredible prize! I love those books and that beautiful fabric. Thanks so much for sharing with us!!

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  69. This is the best giveaway I've seen in a while (and incredibly generous). I'm still working on developing a scraps collection big enough to do something interesting with, but I really want to make a scrap quilt. I also love all the scrappy pot holders I keep seeing.

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  70. What a fun set of books! I love to make scrappy bags and potholders...those fabrics look like they could be great for either project.....thanks!

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  71. my favorite way to use op little scraps is by turning them into fabric covered buttons.

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  72. I often use up scrap knits to make baby shirts and scrap cotton I don't have enough of a stash yet!!!

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  73. AWESOME! I've been wanting these books...

    I like to use my scraps that are big enough to put in bee blocks, or to use in swap projects. I need some more ideas though, my scrap box is starting to overflow!!

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  74. My favorite way to use up stash is by making pouches for friends and family!

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  75. great giveaway!! thanks for the chance to win, lovely ladies :) xo

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  76. I made an adorable half square triangle baby quilt using scraps. It is actually one of my most favorites ever.

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  77. I love to make wallets with my stash. I also am working on a stuffed animal for my little one with my stash. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  78. What a fun giveaway! I just used my stash to pick enough fabric out for an applique block for a charity fundraising quilt. I like the challenge of looking through what I have and coming up with something that works!

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  79. I made a few wonky star cushions -- i love them!
    thanks for the chance
    Cleo
    cleo(AT)techgear.co.za

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  80. Thanks for the chance at your generous giveaway! I love to use my scraps for tiny Japanese-style patchwork, a la Ayumi!

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  81. I love to use my stash to make mini quilts, bags, and clutches!!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  82. thank you for the chance to win. I have made a few scrappy placemats i am please with

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  83. I used scraps to make a quilt, using one piece from every fabric I had at the time (I've added more than a few since then!).
    seemommysew@ gmailDOTcom

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  84. Wow awesome prize! I just made a little lined drawstring bag with some scraps, for my hexipuff project.

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  85. Wow, awesome! I love to use scraps in small wallhanging quilts and little gifts.

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  86. What a fantastic giveaway! A few weeks ago, my daughter and I made some stripy fabric cuffs out of scraps. kept us occupied for a good couple of hours! :-)
    Thank you x

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  87. Normally I make hair accessories out of my scraps!
    sorahill(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  88. What a lovely giveaway! I've recently stumbled across the Scrap Vomit quilt that used 2.5" squares. I'm really excited to use my scraps for a whole quilt!

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  89. Great giveaway! I'm working on my schedule to free up time to get some sewing done.

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  90. What a lovely giveaway. I have made a crazy quilt style wall hanging from my scraps before. Sometimes I give them away. =)

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  91. Scraps for boarders and bindings. Wow, this the sweetest give away!
    Thanks :)

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  92. I just used a ton of scraps making little fabric baskets for my daughter's room-- 10 of them!!

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  93. Wow, excellent giveaway! :) I've been making coasters with scraps. I love them, and they're fun and easy to make. :)

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  94. What a great giveaway! Thank you so much!
    I love to have variety of small pieces because I usually make some small projects like toys and coin purses :) and books look wonderful!

    Best wishes,
    Tatyana

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  95. thank you so much for a chance for all that loveliness to come and live at my house... presently I am making spiderweb strip blocks with some of my scraps.... they will grow as my stash of scraps grow....
    Hugz

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  96. what a lovely collection of prizes!

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  97. Wow! The books look fantastic and the fabric and felt is awesome too! I've made some beautiful table runners with scraps using the Wonky Quilt Block pattern... still wishing I had made one for me, but they were gifts and very much loved by the recipients!!

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  98. Hello from Minnesota! I use scraps in just about everything especially little toys and dolls. I like to repurpose things to make something out of nothing.

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  99. Inspiration plus materials - what a great giveaway! Thanks to all the companies who are contributing.

    I like making pin cushions, coasters, and table runners to use up my stash.

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  100. What a fabulous stack of loot. Would love to win it.

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  101. I love to use scraps for doll clothing, and for appliques on my kids' clothing. :) It makes everything unique without spending so much on each article.

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  102. Wowzers, what a great giveaway! I like scraps for small projects like pouches and book covers.

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  103. Eeeeek! That's all absolutely amazing.
    I think I mostly use scraps for applique pieces and pincushions. I love a good scrappy pincushion!

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  104. I am a big fan of scrap quilts and make lots of them. It uses up some scraps but also generates some new ones! Right now I'm making a baby quilt with 4 inch squares cut from a coordinated FQ pack, a solid white background and lots and lots of 1 inch squares cut from scraps. It's turning out really cute.

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  105. Whoopee! What a great giveaway! I save up my most precious scraps and then I like to use them in bee blocks or to make small bags and pouches. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  106. Make a scrap quilt - thanks for the great giveaway!

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  107. Fantastic giveaway ladies! I've only used scraps for little embroideries thus far but am hoping to have enough for a scrappy quilt some day:)
    Thanks a bunch

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  108. My favorite scrap projects are miniatures!!

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  109. I am working to collect my scraps together for a scrappy quilt!

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  110. Very nice giveaway - thanks for the chance! chocolatechippers at gmail dot com

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  111. so cute! I use scraps for hexies :D

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  112. Oh my goodness! This is a fabulous giveaway. I hope I win. :)

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  113. what a SUPER giveaway!
    thank you
    im making small stuffed keyrings with my scrraps to give as party favors .)

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  114. Best giveaway ever! I use scraps all the time for quilts, appliques, small woolfelt or linen pins.

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  115. What an awesome giveaway! I don't have much of a fabric stash. But I really like using up all the little bits of yarn in my yarn stash to make hats and other small projects.

    Deia

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  116. Oh my gosh! I was getting so excited just reading about this giveaway! I am not a patient person and love projects that are a bit quicker so working with scraps is so perfect for me. For Mother's Day I made sachets out of a bunch of scraps and just sewed bits and pieces and used my free motion sewing to add names and flowers. It was super fun and super cute! :)

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  117. great giveaway! I like using scraps for quilted pillow covers.

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  118. Fantastic giveaway - thank you for the opportunity! Right now I'm making Pink Penguin fabric baskets with some scrap "collections" I have - they're being gifted to family and neighbours for babies rooms :D

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  119. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! My favorite stash-busting project so far was a stuffed chicken and chicks for my daughter.

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  120. What an awesome giveaway !!!! I like making pillows with my scraps. I am also hoarding tiny bits so my friend can make an art quilt.... Thanks for the chance to win!

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  121. I love applique...with kids there are always stains to cover up! Thanks for hosting a fabulous giveaway!

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  122. I'm just getting into sewing so I'm just developing my stash!

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  123. Thanks for such a generous giveaway; use my scraps in quilts! (EMAIL: marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  124. I would love this prize package. awesome giveaway!

    absolutelykathy @ gmail . com

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  125. What a lovely giveaway, thank you. I've never heard of the stash happy books, where have I been?!

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  126. It looks like a great giveaway, I love the books. I'm always looking for ideas to feed my creativity. I use my scraps to make small projects such as dolls, banners and hopefully one day a scrappy quilt.
    taminpete@hotmail.com

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  127. What a wonderful prize pack. Scraps make my heart skip a beat. I would actually rather buy scraps than yardage - isn't that crazy! My first quilt was a scrappy star bed-siz quilt (I didn't know any better). Twenty years later, we still use it every night! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  128. What a great giveaway! I'm working on applique projects with lots of scrappy little pieces!

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  129. Wow! I am scrap style quilter by heart so I would use them in my quilts...right now I am into the granny square blocks!

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  130. I like to make clothes for my daughters' dolls.

    rebekahricker (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  131. I'm always looking for fun projects and am taking a class to learn applique this summer - increasing my confidence in handwork and working with felt! Crossing my fingers...

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  132. What a great giveaway! I save my scraps for applique (I tend to work on small scale) and ticker tape quilts.

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  133. I just finished a needle book...I love scrappy quilts so they would get used one day.

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  134. What a great prize. Love all kinds of fabric projects. Thanks for a chance to win.
    gildamc@hotmail.com

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  135. What a lovely prize.....I love to make quilts as a rule...but into talbe toppers right now...think I;ll go to bed now....I have been commenting all day long....it is fun, but my eyes are popping out of my head...lol

    Thank you for this....hope you will visit me and enter there.

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  136. I make bean bags out of my scraps. My kids love bean bags and I love being able to use up even the tiniest pieces of fabric.

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  137. I love making quilts, although I sometimes make some doll clothes too!

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  138. I dont have tons of scraps yet. But I made a very nice pillow out of scraps.

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  139. I'm making a hexie quilt with a lot of my scraps!

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  140. I'm still pretty new to quilting so I don't have that much scraps yet but I love to send them to swap partners !
    Thanks for the chance !!

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  141. I made a patchwork needlebook using 1 inch squares. It turned our so sweet. Thank you for such a nice giveaway.

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  142. I took some scrap muslin and made a rooster mug rug this weekend. It turned out cute.

    Thanks for a chance to win.

    Debbie

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  143. Thanks for the chance to win. I use my scraps for bee blocks.

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  144. you gals always have the *best* giveaways! i just made a -quilt as you go- patchwork tote bag for my sister and it turned out great...and i plan to make another for myself ASAP with a few tweaks...but great way to use up scraps...thanks for chance, i love these books!

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  145. Quilt Blocks is one of my favorite fabrics right now! I'd love to make a super scrappy quilt in the near future!

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  146. Great giveaway! Thanks a lot :)

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  147. Wow!!! I use a lot of scraps when I make little pouches, pencil cases etc....

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  148. Great giveaway! I often use scraps for pincushions/pinpillows. Would love some more scrappy stash inspiration though! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  149. My last project using scraps was some little zip bags that are made on the embroidery machine :-) Thanks!!!

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  150. echo and quilt blocks, seriously???? my favorites!!! i love scrappy sewing and right now i have some log cabin pillows in the works. xo

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  151. My most recent scrap-busting project was to sew up a stack of bows which I turned into hair accessories for my daughter's school to sell at their annual fair/fete. :)

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  152. I've been using scraps to make up improv blocks!

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  153. i love making scrappy potholders to use up the scraps-and everyone loves a stylish potholder!

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  154. Thanks for the giveaway. I mostly use scraps for drawstring bags.

    (Sorry, I don't have a login id for this, so my email is inkahmedia on yahoo.com)

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  155. I haven't used my scraps yet but I'm planning to use them for a granny square quilt.

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  156. I love making covered buttons with my scraps and adding them to my girls outfits! Mjalfano19@gmail.com

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  157. I started off making doll clothes with scraps of fabric, and now, I'm having fun making fabric baskets, and piecing... well, I've finished one quilt so far. Most of my other projects have been smaller, but I'm enjoying my learning curve!

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  158. On may 31st is my birthday so this would be great present. And my daughter would be happy too so she would get some more hand made dolls.
    My e-mail adress is hanci06@net.hr

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  159. Thanks for hosting! I have been wanting to get my hands on some felt, so I'd love to win this. Of course, those books and the lovely fabrics would fit right in around here, too. :)

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  160. I'm in LOVE with your giveaway! SO cute!

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  161. I made a doll quilt with some Dream On scraps. It was my first and only sale on Etsy!

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  162. Why a generous giveaway! I love using my scraps in small projects like wall hangings.

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  163. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

    melissajpalmer at yahoo dot com

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  164. I like to make doll quilts and table runners with scraps!

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  165. Such a great giveaway, thanks for the opportunity! I like to make tiny things with my scraps like ornaments, pin cushions, mobiles, doll clothes, flower pins, appliqués, or use the scraps for patch working.

    handmadebytracie (at) gmail (dot) com

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  166. Wow, that's like every wonderful thing you could include together in a giveaway! I've made a few things from scraps, but this last weekend I made a pincushion that I absolutely love.

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  167. I've just been sorting my scraps, but not made anything from them yet; need a few more first as so far it's only leftovers from one quilt.

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  168. Holy moly! What a giveaway! A project I'm quite proud of for finishing successfully is a circle quilt I made using some scraps. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  169. Oops! Don't know if you can contact me if I am the lucky winner, so here's my email addy:

    judiandpaulbowen@btinternet.com

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  170. Great giveaway. I think one of my favourite uses of scraps is to use them in a spider web block, I love how they look.

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  171. I recently glued a bunch of my scraps onto bottle caps and added some magnet buttons to make new magnets for my fridge. :)

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  172. Thanks for a wonderful giveaway

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  173. There was once I use fabric scraps as patchwork for a little pouch I'd sewn.

    And thanks so much fir sharing!

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  174. I love to make fabric covered buttons.

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  175. I made a lovely butterfly quilt with my pink scraps

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  176. I'm new to quilting so I've just started saving my scraps.

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  177. Thanks for the great prizes. Currently making a bag for a flickr swap. Cheers, Karen

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  178. Great giveaway! Thank you for the chance.

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  179. Thanks for the chance to win! I've made a mini wallet and trash bag for the car with scraps from other projects. I also used an old maternity dress to make Easter bunnies...love to "recycle". :-)

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  180. Fantastic package! I use up scraps by making patchwork strips to add interest to little projects (i.e., pouches, book covers)

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  181. Wow, this is a real giveaway! The scrap-project I'm most proud of is a cover for my PC screen. I love scraps!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    lauramdd(at)terra(dot)es

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  182. I made a really scrappy log cabin quilt, just sort dark from light, cut strips and go

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  183. I love to use up my scraps. I make fabric flower pins and want to start on my first scrappy quilt.
    Thanks,
    Erin
    emstone28@gmail.com

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  184. Wow! Great giveaway!! I love to make little projects with my scraps - hats for my baby, wallets for me, pencil cases for my nieces, etc. annie@gluegunannie.com

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  185. Oh, boy! The fabric is beautiful. Thanks for a fabulous giveaway!

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  186. Wow! This is an awesome giveaway! Thanks for the chance!

    I just recently made a little wool felt crown for my youngest daughter's birthday and had so much fun with it! Can't wait to make another couple for my boys now.

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  187. Wow great giveaway :) I am currently making a hexagon quilt to use up all of my scraps! x

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  188. Great giveaway! I don't tend to produce many scraps but when I do, my 4 year old happily uses them up in his "craft projects"

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  189. As a beginner i am, i still don't have many scraps, but i am saving all of them to put to good use in the future!

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  190. I tend to let my kids use my scraps (at least the not-precious ones : )) for their own projects. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  191. Holy cow - - killer giveaway! I love using scraps for tablerunners and pouches.

    Thanks for the chance!

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  192. Great giveaway. I like using colorful scraps on natural linen, for clothes and quilts.

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  193. That's a really generous giveaway. Thank you :)

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  194. I use scraps for Barbie and doll blankets for my niece. It is a wonderfully quick project that I can do in little time and I know the recipient will love it.

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  195. I'm really working to use up stash and scraps right now, since I will be moving next year. Lots of quilts going on, lots of table runners and zip bags, too! I've been scouting out patterns to try and make a dent in my scraps, but there are so many fabulous scrappy ideas I've yet to settle on one! Bees are a great way to use scraps, too! Love love scraps! And love love fabric!

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  196. Wow! I love the Stash Happy books... so far, I'm a loser when it comes to using up my scraps! I keep a bin for my kids and they know it's a free for all to make whatever projects they come up with.

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  197. I love to use scraps for unique baby shoes, little bags for my daughters and fun patches for clothing!
    mlower03 at yahoo dot com

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