Friday, 16 November 2012

Liberty Stile Giveaway

Annie from Village Haberdashery is one of the first shops worldwide to get in the new Liberty quilting cotton collection "Stile" and I twisted her arm and pulled her leg to persuade her to give some to one lucky reader.  Pretty much NO-ONE worldwide has this fabric yet so you will be one of the very first.  8 HALF METRES of the six fabrics you see in the picture below.  I love prizes that are BIG and that give you fabrics before anyone else and this one is both of those.


Four chances to enter, leave a comment for each:

1.   Leave a comment, any comment telling me what you'd make with these beauties - just because I'm curious.
2.   Subscribe to the Village Haberdashery newsletter (bottom right on the home page). 
3.   Follow my blog. 
4.   Spread the word - tweet, blog, Facebook etc this giveaway.

396 comments:

  1. Wow..such a great giveaway.. What will I make!? Hm, maybe a bit of everything with that much of win..a quilt, a bag..

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  2. With that much fabric - has to be a quilt doesn't it?!

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  3. Holy cow you could make a whole pile of stuff with that much fabric! Definitely something with lots of white to break up the bright colours - maybe appliqued circles?

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  4. Already get the VH newsletter

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  5. Already subscribe to Annie's fab newsletter ...

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  6. Already follow you too - but damn I'm commenting so early and low numbers never win do they?!

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  7. And I follow! Obvs (as the young folk say)

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  8. I already receive their newsletter! : 0

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  9. Where to start on what to make with them, oh that's a toughie, they're so beautiful and would make beautiful mini dolls quilts for my little one if I could bare to give them away, which I doubt!

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  10. Not sure what I'd make, probably a quilt with a light background as thats an awful lot of fabric.

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  11. Great Giveaway! They look fabulous fabrics. Linda on travjonuk@yahoo.com

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  12. and I already subscribe to the The Village Haberdashery newsletter....

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  13. I already get their newsletter. Linda on travjonuk@yahoo.com

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  14. I've always fancied making a Swoon quilt and I think these would make a fantastic version!
    Thanks to you and Annie for such an amazing giveaway!

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  15. I already get the Village Haberdashery newsletter

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  16. I've just seen the beautiful Cottage Windows quilt on Needles and Lemons that used these prints and I'm smitten! Thanks for the give away!

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  17. A quilt would be the most likely although I'd be tempted to make some very funky baby clothes!!

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  18. These would look really good in a stained glass style quilt. Thanks for the giveaway to both you and Annie!

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  19. Thank you for such a great giveaway. It would have to be a big puffy squares quilt.

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  20. and I already get the newsletter:-)

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  21. I also re-tweeted about the competition @finallywakingup

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  22. Wow love how bright and bold they are. I'm gonna find something for my quilt as you go project yet.. perhaps this will be the big winner..

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  23. I subscribed to the newsletter at Village Haberdashery.

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  24. I've been dreaming of making a Liberty fabric quilt, a hexie one. These would be a perfect addition to what I've collected so far! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  25. I subscribed to their newsletter too. Thanks!

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  26. Fabulous giveaway! Not sure what I'd make - I'd have to give it a lot of thought!!

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  27. I really have to make something? I can't just sit and stroke? Hmm, okay, it might have to be a set of cushions for my Liberty loving granny. Thanks for the chance to win :o)

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  28. I already get Annie's newsletter!

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  29. I would definitely use these in a quilt!

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  30. With that much fabric I could make a doll set. I could make a dress for a rag doll, a doll quilt, and a fabric bag to carry the whole lot in. And I'd have scraps to add to my postage stamp/scrap quilt.

    Great giveaway.

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  31. Tweeted: https://twitter.com/UgFab/status/269423884074360832

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  32. oh wow! what a give away! So many choices on what to do.....I might try a quilt or maybe a few cushion covers to brighten up my lounge! Or maybe some bags. It's a toughie!!!

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  33. And I'm already signed up to the Village Haberdashery newsletter x

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  34. Wow what a generous giveaway! I think a Stained glass style quilt with solid kona as the 'lead' would look pretty good and I've always wanted to make one of those (a la Narcoleptic's QAL earlier this year). My fingers AND toes are crossed!!

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  35. Yay I am a follower!!! Super genenerous giveaway - thank you to you and Annie for this fabulous giveaway to give one lucky person some gorgeous fabric!!

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  36. And woohoo - I already receive the newsletter and love when it pops into the email in-tray on a Wednesday morning!

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  37. Maybe a quilt based on 60 degree triangles - I have been wanting to try that for awhile.

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  38. I am a happy follower of your blog.

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  39. I am a newsletter subscriber, too.

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  40. I would love to use these to make a fabulous bag that would make me smile wherever I go.

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  41. Tweeted the giveaway, too.
    https://twitter.com/AlphaBecky/status/269433917432557568

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  42. I'd make a nice big Lisa Lam bag!

    http://blog.pennydog.com (cos there's not URL option in the Comment As menu)
    kerry(AT)penny-dog.co.uk

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  43. I already get the newsletter

    http://blog.pennydog.com (cos there's not URL option in the Comment As menu)
    kerry(AT)penny-dog.co.uk

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  44. And I follow your blog on Google Reader!

    http://blog.pennydog.com (cos there's not URL option in the Comment As menu)
    kerry(AT)penny-dog.co.uk

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  45. Oh my, I would absolutely LOVE to have this fabric... I would probably stash it for a while (to be 100% honest) as I would feel guilty on cutting these beauties, but then I would make something I use lots, such as a cover for my laptop, so I see the fabrics all the time! thanks for the chance to win!

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  46. I subscribed to their newsletter

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  47. of course I follow your blog!

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  48. I would so love to have those, I am not sure, maybe a flying geese quilt would be the thing for them. By the way I think there are 8 fabrics in the picture.

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  49. That fabric would become a zig zag quilt for my bed.

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  50. I do get the newsletter and have already contemplated ordering these more than once since I read it yesterday.

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  51. Of course I follow your blog.

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  52. What a wonderful giveaway! I'd make purses and bags with it; thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  53. I subscribed to the Village Haberdashery newsletter
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  54. I follow your blog!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  55. Love this Liberty fabric ~ what would I make? I'd have to have it in hand to say ~

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  56. Once I'd got over the shock of winning and could bring myself to start thinking about cutting into them *gasp* I think I'd make a quilt, for me, and some pillow cases to match. I'd pair them with some Oakshott and/or fabrics from Art Gallery Fabrics ('cos they're wonderfully soft to the touch!) and other prints and make a really rich quilt for my bed. Thanks for a fabulous giveaway!

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  57. I'm a devoted (and inspired) follower x

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  58. What a generous giveaway. I'd love to win this pretty fabric to use in a new quilt pattern I've found called kaleidoscope. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  59. I don't know what I would make....maybe I would just keep them and pet them for a while.

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  60. I'm a long-time follower of your blog. Thanks for the opportunity to win your generous giveaway.

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  61. I'm really into zipper pouches right now so I would make a few patchwork pouches and maybe make some hexies for a pillow.

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  62. Subscribed to Village Haberdashery's newsletter and checked out the little purse with a frame tutorial, really love it!

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  63. Most definitely follow your blog!

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  64. I've recently learnt that I've a great niece due to put in an appearance next spring, so I think I would make something for her.

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  65. ooh so gorgeous. i'd love a bag with these fabrics!

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  66. Already subscribed to the newsletter.

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  67. I'm a blog follower. thanks for the chance!

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  68. Already following the blog using BlogLovin.

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  69. I do follow your blog. Thanks for the chance to win some of this gorgeous fabric.

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  70. I would make a quilt for my bed. Thanks for a chance to win some beautiful fabrics.

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  71. I just signed up for the newsletter.

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  72. Believe it or not, I only have one bed that is covered by a quilt. I have been quilting for 30+ years and have decided that all my beds need a full sized quilt and that's what I would use the fabric for. It would look great in the guest bedroom.

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  73. Oooh, what beauties! First, I'd make one or two infinity scarves so I can wear that soft loveliness. Next, quilt pillows so I can spread the beauty around to a few different rooms. Thank you for the chance.

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  74. Oh my goodness, that would be so much spectacular fabric and I'm not sure where I'd go in making a quilt. Snowballs?

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  75. I'd make a quilt for ME to be used in the sitting room: when I'm watching telly and getting cold.
    What pattern you ask? Probably squares with washings with stars on the washings (if you know what I mean).
    The stars would all be in the same color: perhaps in solid blue? Yellow? No red! (or all those colours?)

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  76. Already a follower of your blog ;)

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  77. wow, what a great offer!(thanks for going to such lengths to pull that off.) I owe a niece a quilt; these bright, fun fabrics would be perfect...

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  78. and, of course I follow your blog.

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  79. And subscribed to the newsletter of the Village Haberdashery
    AND keeping my fingers crossed!

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  80. I would make a fat quarter bag so that I could see and enjoy these fabrics every day. All my friends would be jealous of me having such beautiful fabrics!!!

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  81. Goodness me what a give-away, I do follow your blog, I am commenting, I do have The newsletter from Village Haberdashery................Now do I spread the word about these gorgeous fabrics or keep it to myself so I can make a quilt for my sister? I guess I will tell all as if I don't win them I would love one of the people I know to win. Have a good day and thanks.

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  82. I tweeted about the giveaway https://twitter.com/Archiewonderdog/status/269453527837990912

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  83. OOOhhhh! Yummy! Something I would look at permantely, home decor, cushion covers, chair pads. a pretty dress for my daughter perhaps!

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  84. It would have to be a bag! I'm a big fan of macintosh and liberty, what a combination.

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  85. I am subscribed to the Village Haberdashery newsletter.

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  86. I am one of your followers too.

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  87. I've posted about the giveaway on FB.

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  88. This fabric makes me incredibly happy!

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  89. I think perhaps some big hexagons ; )

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  90. I would make some patchwork totes and bags for christmas! Love this fabric!

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  91. Already a follower of Village Haberdashery!

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  92. I am thinking I could make some aprons for my girls for the holiday baking season.

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  93. Wow! So much beautiful fabric would be showcased in a quilt or two! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  94. I would stretch that fabric as far as I could! I think I'd start with a patchwork scarf... for me!

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  95. and I am a happy follower of yours

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  96. That fabric is gorgeous! It would make a really nice raffle quilt for charity! I love little prints. Would need to add some green...ja21ke@yahoo.com

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  97. I would use some kona snow or stone and make a quilt to wrap myself in!

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  98. I am a follower of yours and would love to win this wonderful bundle of goodness.

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  99. Oooh, yes, stone would also be a wonderful choice!

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  100. I am currently making zippered bags for all my girls for christmas and a couple of these would make some great bags - the rest I would blend with some solids and make some fun quilts.

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  101. I think I would just carry it around with me for awhile, and look at it, and touch it!!

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  102. Bags, pin cushions, wall hangings, quilts, the list is endless with what could be done with this fabric. thaks for sharing
    bonnielarson58@gmail.com

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  103. I'm thinking bags for Christmas. Thanks.

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  104. I'd make a quilted bag I think or maybe something to wear, so many choices with so much fabric! :)

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  105. I'm already a follower of your blog :)

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  106. I've subscribed to the Village Haberdashery newsletter

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  107. Oh wonderful giveaway! With a gorgeous quantity like that, I'd make a couple of infinity scarves for some very very special people, and I'd share the rest out with some dear friends. :-)

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  108. I get the VH newsletter and such like :-)

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  109. Just love the warm winter look. Have wanted to make myself (yes myself) a patch shoulder bag. And since the material is so warm looking.that is what I would do.

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  110. Love liberty. Keeping my fingers crossed.

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  111. And i am signed up to the newsletter.

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  112. I follow your blog. I would have to make a full size quilt to fit on my bed.

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  113. I think I'd make some lovely patchwork cushions!

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  114. I already subscribe to their newsletter.

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  115. I would make a quilt, table runner and/or bag. Great giveaway!

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  116. I subscribe to Village Haberdashery.

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  117. I follow your blog. Thanks so much!

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  118. I shared this on my Facebook! Thanks for the giveaway

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  119. Great giveaway.
    I'd love to make a whole selvedge block for my current Selvedge Sampler quilt that I'm making. How amazing would it be to be able to say that those selvedges were all Liberty prints, when talking my way around the blocks.

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  120. I already get the VH newsletter

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  121. I have been looking for something new to use my quick curve ruler on. lisaursino@msn.com

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  122. And, those fabrics, I'm thinking bags. Maybe it will help me over my fear of zips...

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  123. Wow - what a generous giveaway!
    I'm not sure what I'd make - possibly a quilt, but I'd need to find a pattern that showed off the prints well!

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  124. I've been patiently collecting Liberty fab to make a large picnic quilt some day soon.

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  125. subscribe to Village Haberdashery.

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  126. I'm a subscriber of the VH newsletter!

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  127. previously subscribed to your fun blog!

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  128. I'm a loyal follower in Google Reader!

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  129. I tweeted about the giveaway using "Sharethis" - isn't it easy?

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  130. Me me me. I'll make at least one bow tie.

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  131. Think I may have to stroke the fabric for a while before deciding what to make.

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  132. I think I would make a purse

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  133. I would make an EPP quilt - the rich colors deserves it :)

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  134. And I follow you of course :)

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  135. And I already get the newsletter too :) great input and ideas. Eg. I make little bags with leftovers - that idea came from the newsletter.

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  136. I can see making a few small purses for my daughter, daughters-in-law and myself...thanks for the sweet giveaway!

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  137. I think I'd do a hexagon epp project if I was lucky enough to win.

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  138. I'm already one of your happy followers :o)

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  139. I'm a subscriber to the village haberdashery newsletter

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  140. I follow the blog. Thanks for the giveaway guys.

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  141. Fab giveaway! I love to add a little Liberty of London to any quilt to add another layer of deliciousness.

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  142. I have shared it to my facebook page SalsySafrano Quilts. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  143. I follow your blog..and enjoy it very much.

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  144. I think I'd have to make some bags!

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  145. 8 half meters?? A big quilt - probably using Jennie's curved ruler or a soda pop quilt or a swoon...or perhaps a huge HST quilt with a lovely navy blue solid. Amazing giveway!

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  146. I already subscribe to Annie's newsletter.

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