Monday, December 3, 2012

Amy Butler Midwest Modern Fabric, Anyone? {Giveaway}



Only an awesome blogger, like Sew, Mama, Sew, can come up with a day like this.  And crazy bloggers like me?  We participate!


If you are a follower, you will remember the Thank You giveaway I did back in August?  You also know that I am not a HUGE giveaway gal, but since I am laid up and not sewing because of My Full Confession...I thought I would give you a chance to get your hands on more 
Amy Butler Midwest Modern fabric stash!

If you are here from Sew, Mama, Sew giveway link-up and are new here? 
Welcome!


I can't tell you how much it is killing me to give some more of this fabric away, but I always feel if I am going to offer something to you..it better be GOOD!

I used some of these fabrics in little Hartley's quilt.



I had planned on making one of these aprons again with it like these.


Or, I was thinking a lovely cathedral quilt to carry on the family tradition
 (my Great Aunt and Mom each hand made theirs)

 
But, I will be honest. 
 I leave these lovely fabrics on my shelves because I want to save it for the most PERFECT project.  That perfect project?  
I have NO idea.


To enter the giveaway just answer:

What fabric line or pre-cut bundle do you have in your stash that you just can't seem to cut or start a project with yet?

If you are feeling like you like one chance isn't enough? 
Become a new follower, or tell me you have always been following (leave a comment) for an extra entry.  However, not necessary to win!

Giveaway Details
Winner will be chosen randomly
Open until Friday, December 7th at 5 pm PST (7pm CT)
Winner will be notified via email no later than Sunday, December 9th
 (psst...if you are no-reply commenter...please make sure you leave me your email)
 Item will be shipped no later than Friday, December 14th.
(Yes! Will ship internationally!)

Now after you comment?  

Get your lovely self over (or back over) to 


ASAP!




490 comments:

  1. Hey, I'm the first comment! Means I totally won't win. Oh, well. I have a bunch of fabrics from a line that is so old I can't remember the name! I bought them to make some things for my kitchen, because it matches, and I keep putting it off! I think I tend to sew for others before myself.

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    1. LOL! That is why you save your second entry for later (because I KNOW you are a follower)! Teehee!!!

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  2. I I just can't cut into my Heather Ross far far away prints.

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  3. I have so much fabric that I haven't cut into--not because I hate to but because I'm just too darn indecisive about what to make!

    But the fabric that I hoard and treasure and don't take scissors to is my Amy Butler Belle stash. I'm a sucker for trolling the interwebs for that great coriander print and French Wallpaper!

    jjenni20 at gmail dot com -- it's nice to "meet" you!

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  4. Thank you for the giveaway Heidi! I have Lark in my cupboard. Almost everyday I am tempted to buy more, because I am in love with it. (P.S. The other day I saw entry 1 win).

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  5. I of course am a follower and hope you are recovering well. <3

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  6. I've got a small stash of fabrics that need just the right project, I've been eyeing the cathedral windows (it's so pretty) and think that 2013 will be the year I get into more intricate quiltmaking. :)
    Thank you for the chance.

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  7. I have some amy butler soul blossom -- I need to make myself a quilt!

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  8. I can't quite bring myself to dig into my fat quarter stash of It's a Hoot by Momo for Moda. I really really love it.

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  9. I bought some Kate Spain's Flurry for a Christmas project. Still trying to decide on the "perfect" pattern.

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  10. Oh and I follow you via Facebook!

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  11. I can't seem to cut into my Birds and the Bees by Tula Pink. I can't find the perfect project for all the fat quarters.

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  12. I have Tina Givens Treetop Fancy...I just can't find that perfect project for it.

    Mary
    iammaryburke@gmail.com

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  13. I have so much fabric I haven't cut yet, because I just can't do it!!! It's all so precious! But I have some liberty london that's sitting in my closet that's probably not going to turn into anything...

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  14. My few Liberty fabrics. They seem too precious to cut, but I would love to one day get the courage to make something beautiful with them. I just need to figure out what first.

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  15. modrona road- no it's not "special", just regular, I just love it!

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  16. I have a big stack of Flower Sugar. I love Flower Sugar. I am just waiting for the perfect idea.

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  17. I have some Field Study and some Summersville that I can't quite decide what to do with, it has to be perfect! Thanks for the give away!

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  18. I have a bundle of Lotta Jansdotter's Echo that I love but have no clue on what to do with it just yet! Thank you Heidi!

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  19. So far I have cut into everything...but bought more Lovely because I love it so much!

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  20. I don't have any fabric that is like that. If you have it, use it, you can't take it with you.

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  21. I have a piece from Dan Bennett Wild Garden that I just can't decide what to use for...

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  22. I have a fat quarter set of Flea Market Fancy that I haven't cut into yet. :)

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  23. I have 5 yards of Verona by Riley blake that are too pretty to cut :)

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  24. I love your cathedral quilt idea. Beautiful! I don't even know where to start as to the fabric I've set aside, but haven't the courage to use yet. It inspires me when I start a new project, but someday I'll need to dive in and sew!

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  25. I've not been able to cut into my Field Study!

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  26. I'm a follower; thanks for the chance!

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  27. I am having trouble cutting into the bundle I won from you back in August. I know how much it meant to you and I want the perfect project for that special fabric :-)

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  28. I am a happy follower of your blog.

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  29. I have this one fabric that is a beautiful brid fabric. I can't even remember the name of it now because I seriously bought it about 4 years ago. Still haven't used it because like you said I need the perfect project for it. :) Sending warm wishes and happy holidays to you guys. Thank you Heidi!!

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  30. uhm...i have too many to tell....oh dear, I'm going to have to start to unstash and use them now

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  31. Following for quite some time.:)

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  32. Ten Little Things layer cake. The owls are too cute to cut! Sueattheappletonsdotplusdotcom

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  33. Thanks for the giveaway, hope you feel like you're recovering. I don't have any lines currently (as lines) but I do have a whole stash of Carol Bryer Fallert gradations fabrics that I have a really hard time bringing myself to cutting up. Eek!

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  34. and of course, I'm a follower. :)

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  35. I have 5 fat quaters of a limited edition Liberty Print for the V&A that I still haven't managed to cut into. Shameless, and thanks for the chance to win, I know how hard it is to be giving these away!

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  36. I have some bits of this and that that I really can't bring myself to cut! It seems I want to save a FQ of everything and I really don't know what for.

    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  37. Thank you for the giveaway! What lovely fabric. I have a tiny stash of vintage sheets that I can't bring myself to cut in to. I keep waiting for that "perfect project"

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  38. I have two yards of Katie Jump Rope that I will probably hang onto for way longer than is normal.

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  39. I have a yard of an Amy Butler´s fabric with flowers that I can´t decide what to do with!

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  40. I have three yards of a gorgeous Asian print that I'm not sure what to do with. I keep waiting for the perfect pattern to come along, especially since I know I need some coordinating prints. I have one other print so far but need a couple more! There is a local quilt shop that specializes in Asian prints but I'm waiting to visit until I have money to spend. I just KNOW that I will walk out with several hundred dollars of fabric. ;) I don't want to go and have to walk away sad because I can't buy anything! hehe

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  41. I had some Weekends by Erin McMorris set aside for my daughter's bed quilt for almost 2 years for fear of choosing the wrong pattern for it. I cut into last month and sent it off to bee-mates to make me some Stargazing blocks. Better late than never...

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  42. I have a fall charm pack that I was going to get around to, but now it is almost winter!

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  43. I can't seem to cut my Heather Ross fabrics. That will be changing shortly though as I have my new little one Matilda to sew for :)
    Thanks for the generous giveaway!
    allisonbright{at}gmail{dot}com

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  44. I have a FQ bundle of good fortune by kate spain. Love it, need it to be a quilt ... but what pattern?!

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  45. I can't cut Little Black Dress, I love it!

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  46. I have a bundle of Lizzy House's Castle Peeps but I don't dare to cut into. Thanks!

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  47. I have some Heather Ross Far Away that I just can't bring myself to cut. Thanks for the chance to win. jrae_228 at yahoo dot com

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  48. I have some Rouenarries by French General that I have been saving for the perfect project!

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  49. i can't cut into my sarah jane mermaid in blossom yet... i saved up and waited ages to get it and am scared to ruin it.

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  50. I have some Heather Bailey Nicey Jane I haven't cut yet. So pretty.

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  51. I can't seem to cut into my innocent crush. It's still sitting in it's pretty little pile with parisville, just waiting.

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  52. I have some fabric from Anna Maria Horner that I love but just can't seem to cut

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  53. I have a layer cake of Ruby that I can't seem to cut into

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  54. I have some 1 yd cuts from FQS that I bought a while ago--they are mostly boys fabric and I have a hard time cutting into them!!!

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  55. i have a fat quarter bundle of a line i got at a show several years ago -not sure what it is. i haven't found a way to show it off yet so it sits pretty in the stash.

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  56. I have the gorgeous panel from Sentiments (Moda, Christmas fabric) that I want to make sure I don't spoil and also some cute Estonian linen.

    Thanks!

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  57. i have a fat quarter bundle from A.C Moore that i love and can't bare to cut it...
    :)

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  58. I have some Heidi Grace that I haven't cut into yet...still trying to figure out what to make with it!

    Love the Amy Butler fabrics...thanks for a chance to win your great giveaway!
    Julie

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  59. I am also a new follower of yours on facebook...thanks for a chance to win!

    Julie

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  60. I am already a follower. That is a beautiful apron. I have several bundles by French General that are waiting for the perfect project. I also have some fabric that I dyed myself that I can't seem to cut.

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  61. How did you know I had fabric I can't seem to use in my stash?!!! I have Chocolat by 3 Sisters for a few years now.

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  62. I have a drawer full of Indie. I want to make myself a quilt with it, but I just can't decide where to begin. So it sits!

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  63. I don't tend to buy fabric unless I have a plan for it, so there really isn't anything in my stash that hasn't been cut into already.

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  64. I have a fat quarter bundle from the Retro Forties line from Moda (2009?)...bought it ALL ! Just can't CUT it! Thanks for the chance!

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  65. I have some Monaluna I've been hoarding for years.

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  66. I have a nice wee bundle of Ghastlies that I absolutely love, but goodness knows what the perfect project will be!

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  67. I have a fat quarter bundle of Vintage Modern that I just can't seem to use. I just love it too much!

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  68. I've got a couple charm packs of Me and My Sisters (I think they are Amelia), in the drawer somewhere. But there are so many little boys in my life and no little girls, so they are just collecting dust!

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  69. I have some birds and berries charm packs that I adore, but I can't decide what to make out of them yet.

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  70. I have a few fabric lines that I am having trouble cutting into-they sit on my shelf. I even bought fabric just to make Christmas gifts out of and it kills me to cut into it. It is Nancy's Holiday Favorites by Benartex. I love it.

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  71. I have 9 batik jelly rolls from batiks etc. that I have had for 5 years....they look so pretty I cant bring myself to "waste" them.... come follow me too.... http://www.facebook.com/TwoKwikQuilters

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  72. Oh I cut into anything!

    jenna
    callherhappy.com

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  73. My Hometown fat quarter bundle. Just...can't...cut it!
    lizeves(at)gmail.com

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  74. My Far Far Away fabrics. I just can't bear to cut them for some reason. I haven't found the perfect plan for them yet I guess so there they sit. I don't know that I'll ever be able to cut them honestly!

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  75. Wow, I don't have anything like that - I like to play with my fabric and usually know exactly what I want to use it for.

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  76. I actually don't have any bundles or anything pre-cut, but I do have some vintage fabrics that really need to get put to some use.

    limor477 at aol dot com

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  77. Actually I just cut into a charm pack recently that a friend bought me for my birthday earlier this year...my first Moda project! I'm so excited! I finally chose to make a hexagon bag I'd seen on AllPeopleQuilt.com with it and it's coming along nicely. I can't wait to finish and use it!

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  78. I don't have any problem cutting into fabric... I just have a problem being so prolific with quilt tops (lots of solids with some prints) and then I buy more fabric instead of batting/backing :-p

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  79. I'm actually running low on fabric and could use some more.

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  80. I have a Jelly Roll of Blitzen that I got for my birthday (IN JUNE) that I doubt is going to be a Christmas quilt by Christmas this year. Dangit!

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  81. I don't have much designer fabrics so cutting into what I have isn't hard. :)
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  82. I have a small peace of fabric with owls on it.. i do not know what designer it is from, but i cannot manage to cut it...Have a nice christmas time...

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  83. There's far too much fabric in my stash that I haven't had time yet to cut into, but hey, maybe this giveaway will add another bundle to it? ;)

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  84. I can relate to everything you have said. I have even bought fabric for a giveaway, birthday and christmas and couldn't let go of it. I have quite a few bundles that I want to make somthing out of but nothing is ever special enough. I'm not getting any younger and 'one day' is getting here sooner than I would like

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  85. Let's see... I haven't been buying "awesome" fabric for very long, heh heh. I'd say my most precious uncuttable fabric right now are the Melody Miller typewriter prints.

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  86. Hi Heidi! I hope this finds you healing and better each day.

    I can't seem to cut into my Bliss (Bonnie and Camille for Moda)! It's just beautiful, and was one of the very first yardages of fabric that I bought when I started this quilting journey. I thought it would be perfect for when we had a baby girl. Well, two years later and no baby yet, I'm thinking perhaps I should cut into it and make a purse or quilt or a skirt of two or three for me. Who knows! I just know that it's really special to me, and I can't cut into it...just yet. :)

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  87. I've been following you for a better part of this year now! :)

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  88. I wish I had more fabric in my stash to not cut into:) Mostly I have some cute kid prints that just don't want to be cut.

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  89. I have a bunch of Neptune in my stash that I can't seem to cut. Thanks for the chance!

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  90. I've been a follower for a while now!

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  91. Ive got remix in fat 1/4s that need to be cut into but not quite yet

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  92. Hope Valley, I love that line so much I'm always waiting for the perfect project. Terrific giveaway, thanks for the chance to win!

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  93. so excited about coming across all these new to me blogs via these giveaways.Looking forward to exploring your blog. I've got more fabric saved than I have actually used. Kind of a problem really. mandytacchini(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  94. my chicopee collection by denise schmidt

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  95. I have some liberty charm squares which I just can't decide what to do with!

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  96. I have a few fabrics that I don't plan to use. Like NEVER! I just like to look at it, feel it, you know... thanks for the chance to win!

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  97. As for the fabric, that would be the Bliss, Ruby, Vintage Modern and Marmalade bundles that "smile" at me every day :o) hugs

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  98. Butterscotch and Roses. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  99. I have some Amy Butler fabric that I can't seem to cut up.

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  100. I have some chicopee I need to find time to cut into.

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  101. I have some RB Winter wonderland.
    I need to make myself a quilt!

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  102. I have some fabric with zoo animals on it-urban zoology maybe? that I won from Sew Mama Sew a long time ago and have always had the vague idea of making something special for my son, but no project ever seemed quite right yet...so it sits up on the shelf, collecting dust...

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  103. I have been hoarding Kate Spain's 12 days of Christmas

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  104. I bought a few metres of Valori Well's Wrnely Christmas but can't quite decide what to do with them so just keep getting them out to look at them. Need to come up with an idea soon, had better start searching some blogs for inspiration.

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  105. I've been 'collecting' batiks and just can't seem to get near them with the rotary cutter!!

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  106. Dear Stella Mimosa-- thanks for hosting this :)

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  107. new blog follower

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  108. I am hoarding a layer cake of Reunion by Sweetwater.

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  109. I have some beautiful fabric with irises on it. I just can't make myself cut in to it.
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  110. I love Amy Butler's fabric! I have a few of her Love line of fabrics. I have some Alexander Henry Mod Dot fabric that I've been saving for the perfect project. Thanks for the chance to win!
    mvlouie99(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  111. I have a charm pack of Chicopee, it needs a perfect project!

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  112. I have a fat quarter of the dots collection from Kaffe Fassett that's waiting for the perfect project;-)

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  113. the last bits of my Terrain yardage! i just want to use it on something just right!

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  114. I hoarded lots of Sweetwater Pure fabric for about 2 years and then finally cut into it.

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  115. My Blueberry Crumb charm packs and I bought lots

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  116. I have some little pieces of Liberty of London. I must use them ...some day!!!! Thanks for the giveaway

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  117. I have a fat quarter bundle of Crazy for Dots that I'm still fondling. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  118. I'm a new follower - thanks for the giveaway.

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  119. I just HAd to have field study and now it just sits.

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  120. Moda, Tend the Earth. Had to have it, pet it occasionally. still haven't found the RIGHT project to use it on. LOL!

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  121. Bought some Echo to make myself a new quilt but I can't seem to find the PERFECT pattern yet!

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  122. I love my summerville but I haven't decided what to do with it (and I am afraid I will miss it when it is gone!!)

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  123. Love that fabric! The fabric in my stash that I can't seem to cut is Jessica Leavitt's Timber. Love it!

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  124. I'm already a follower. Thanks for the chance to win this beautiful fabric :)

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  125. I haven't cut into my flea market fancy yet!

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  126. I'm not sure the name of the collection, but I have some older Heather Bailey that I just stare at.

    I wait for the perfect project, too...forever!

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  127. I have some Heather Ross Mendocino I just love to stare at apparently :)

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  128. Not a fabric collection per se but I have some vintage like 50-60's fabric that I got on EBay that I just can't use. Nothing seems "just right".

    Wildbluestarz {at} Aol {dot} com

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  129. I'm a new follower too!

    Wildbluestarz {at} Aol {dot} com

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  130. I have some French General Lumiere de Noel that I just can't cut into! Thanks so much for participating in Giveaway Day and offering these lovely fabrics!

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  131. What a lovely give away! I have a yard of red fabric with "mod" girls on it. I'm not sure who the designer is as the selvages were removed but the colors, the print is just so wonderful I can't put scissors to it....not yet anyway ;)

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  132. I have some Bella fat quarters that I haven't cut into yet. Hopefully I can get to them in the new year!

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  133. I haven't cut into my Vintage modern charm packs yet...trying to figure out the perfect pattern.

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  134. Lotta Jansdotter's Bella line is my current fave...

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  135. No question: Hope Valley. I only just got the whole thing since the price started going down, and I'm still trying to decide what to do with it. I even have a Pinterest group for Hope Valley possibilities. What a nerd. Thanks for dipping into your precious stuff for us!

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  136. It would have to be my Flea Market Fancy. It is so pretty.

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  137. I have some super cute transportation fabric that I can't quite find the perfect project for. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  138. I have some Heather Ross bicycle fabric that I just can't bring myself to cut into!

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  139. Full Circle for Moda. Won it from a giveaway a few months ago and haven't found a project for it yet.

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  140. I have a rainbow charm collection that just has to have the right plan, and I can't make a decision.

    michaelacking(at)gmail(dot)com

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  141. any of my Joel Dewberry. Hard to cut up so pretty fabric. thanks for the giveaway

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  142. Good Fortune and Terrain by Kate Spain. I love to admire them, just can't do it yet!

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  143. I have Sassy by moda sitting on my shelf, along with Lucy's crab shack. I haven't fondled them long enough to cut into them yet. :)

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  144. It is really, really hard for me to cut into my Kaffe Fassett fabric; at one point I almost ran out and was going through serious withdrawal.

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  145. I am a happy new follower of your blog!

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  146. I honestly can't think of any fabrics I have that I wouldn't be willing to cut into. Though I must admit to saving my favorites for something I get to keep rather than a project or gift for someone else! (unless I really like that person haha) Thanks for the chance to win! jgemeroy(at)shaw(dot)ca

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  147. I have a big stack of washed and ironed Amy Butler fat quarters from her love line that I was giddy to buy and have yet to come up with the perfect project! Alas...

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  148. I have such a hard time cutting into ANY fabric! I just want to collect it... But I have been really good lately at 'forcing' myself to cut into a lot fo my lovely fabric... because I did buy it in order to SEW with it! LOL! So fun to read about others who hate to cut into fabric!

    Love Amy Butler! Thanks for the chance to win!

    flowerbubbleskids(at)gmail(dot)com

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  149. I have some chrysalis that I just can't seem to find that perfect project for.

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  150. Lovely blog! I have some central park by Kate Spain that I don't dare cut into. Maybe next year!

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  151. I have Kona New Colours still wrapped up in ribbon..

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  152. The purple/teal & Gray/Yellow colour ways of Joel Dewberry Avery 2... I get them out and look at them about once a month and I dream of things to do with them. Should just buy more and start cutting :)

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  153. I have those amazing Anna Maria Horner fabrics ready for a quilt... but i am just so scared to cut into them!

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  154. Oh I totally can't cut into my Soul Blossoms!!!!

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  155. I've got a Moda Bake Shop Box in my stash, and I can't bring myself to opening it. Usually I buy yardage or bundles in order to use it in my project, so I open the packages without mercy. :-)

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  156. Hi. I don't have a specific line, the material i have been stashing that I can't cut is spots. Anything at all to do with dots or spots, I collect. But don't use!! weird huh. Cheers Karen karen.schulz@paradise.net.nz

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  157. I have some Amy Butler in a couple different lines that I don't want to cut into :(

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  158. Cusco is sitting there awaiting the perfect project!

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  159. Most of my Denyse Schmidt fabrics-especially the 1 yard bundle I bought. I keep buying more to cut up rather then cut it.

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  160. I have some vintage Laura Ashley fabrics I inherited and can't bear to cut them up in case the result doesn't live up to my expectations.

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  161. Mendocino from Heater Ross - too good looking to cut!!!

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