Sunday, May 20, 2012

Giveaway Day with Sew, Mama, Sew!

The Giveaway is closed.  Thanks to all who entered!  I'll be announcing the winner on Saturday 5/26.


 

For those of you who are here for the first time, welcome!

I'm diane, and I appreciate each of you stopping by.  I hope you'll take a moment to look around!

I have been so looking forward to this fun linky party.  I love looking through all the blogs that link up and finding new inspiration and friendships.  And of course, entering all the giveaways!

I wanted to offer something really special for this big giveaway.  Being a fabric addict myself, of course it was going to be fabric.  I finally decided to choose something that maybe some of you haven't have a chance to get your hands on, or maybe want some more of!


If some of you don't recognize these beauties, they are part of the Heirloom collection by Joel Dewberry for Free Spirit Fabrics.  This is the Citrine colorway.  I LOVE these fabrics!  They are so beautiful.  Even more so in person.  There are nine fat quarters here.

I never did get my hands on this fabric when it was released last year.

I luckily found a lovely online shop that has this beautiful fabric in stock!  Lilly Bella Fabrics has lots of Joel Dewberry goodness among many others!  I was so happy with the service that Christy provided, and I got my shipment in TWO days.  Wow!  Go see her here.

Anyway, to enter for a chance to win these babies, just leave me a comment and tell me which past fabric line you didn't grab up but wish you would have.  That's all you have to do--you don't have to be a follower to enter.  Although, if you like my blog, I would love it if you decided to follow me!

This giveaway will close on the evening of May 25th, and I'll announce the random winner on Saturday morning.  Good luck!

I'll give you one last peek at these beauties:


Thank you again for stopping by...I hope to see you again soon!

And Thank You so much to Sew, Mama, Sew for hosting this amazing event!

To join in on Giveaway Day and see all the other giveaways, go here.  This link will take you to the main page; you can choose between FIVE different giveaway categories:  Handmade Baby + Kid Items, Handmade Accessories, Sewing + Craft Supplies {I'm in here}, Handmade for the Home, and Handmade Bags.

Have fun!

704 comments:

  1. Eu não agarrei e me arrependo muito de não ter comprado tecido para moda Flor de Algodão,de Camille e sua mãe Bonnie.Acho que foi a primeira coleção delas.Obrigada,sou sua seguidora.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  2. Fabulous and so happy party.
    I wish I had put my hands on my credit card and bought more, much more meters of Kaffe Fasset fabrics I once saw at Liberty's in London. Missed chance!
    Please count me in for your gorgeous giveaway
    Gina

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  3. oh yes, I follow your blog too.
    Gina

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  4. Wow, so pretty. Although Ruby is still available, that is the one I wish I had bought.

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  5. Wow, I love this bundle of fabric! And I love your blog - it's my first time visiting. Both of the fabrics that I consider the "ones that got away" are discontinued polka dot fabrics from our local Hancocks. One was a grey with white dots. Everything I made with that fabric sold immediately. The second was a cream-colored fabric with very light pink dots. I had just enough to back a quilt I made my daughter but wish I had more.

    Thank you for such a generous giveaway!

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  6. So gorgeous!!! I have just gotten back into quilting and I try not to look at too much that I missed while I was "gone", but I am really sorry that I missed the adorable goldfish in the plastic bag print - swimmy??? I try not to dwell on it, but there is a void in my life where those fish should have been!!

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  7. I totally meant to get all of Echo but never did...

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  8. I came to fabric just as Heather Ross's Mendocino (mermaid) collection was just being snapped up. Sadly I didn't realize how quickly you need to decide about fabric collections before they disappear forever. That is truly 'the one that got away'!!

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  9. I wish I was sewing when Mendocino came out ! Now it's almost impossible to find unless you want to pay a ridiculous amount of money on it (which I'm not willing to do)..
    thanks for the chance !

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  10. definitely neptune, it came out before i was a quilter and now i can't afford it! haha oh well

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  11. I loved the Ava Roses by Tanya Whelan and also the Lotus line by Amy Butler. I found that a lot of designers turned to the darker colours in their designs which is a shame I think. But even mor pleasant to see the lovely bundle you are giving away. Wish me luck! Claudia

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  12. I totally missed out on Kate Spain's Central Park line, and I've been kicking myself ever since.

    Joel Dewberry's fabrics are wonderful! I just met him a few days ago at Quilt Market and was a total geek and made him sign a scrap of fabric so that I could turn it into a quilt label :)

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  13. pearl bracelets. I had just started to get into quilting when it was almost out. I got some, but not enough.

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  14. Wow! those are really pretty colors together! I don't think I ever saw this line or i just plain ol' missed it! ;) Ahhh one of my favorites that was out when I first started quilting and only bought a jelly roll of was Arcadia by Sanae. I still have that jelly roll, but once I use it, I know I'll have nothing left and that makes me sad! So the quilt has got to be a good one...hence why I haven't made it yet...I'm still trying to decided! thanks for the chance!

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  15. i've been wanting this line for quite some time. i love the orange with turquoise.

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  16. Outside oslo by Jessica brown.

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  17. For a long time I was regretting not buying sunkissed however, after some very intensive internet searching I bough a fat eight bundle of it ON SALE! I was a very happy. I am trying really hard to not hoard fabric (ie have a stash) so I don't buy much unless I have a set plan for it.

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  18. Would totally love to have some of the Heather Ross goldfish fabric but that Heirloom looks pretty wonderful too, thanks for the chance!

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  19. I am quite new to quilting so I completely missed out on Katie Jumprope :(
    Thank you for making this fab giveaway open to internationals! fingers crossed firmly xxBettina

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  20. Good Folks by Anna Maria Horner. It was just becoming hard to find when I first became interested in sewing and fabric, and by the time I drank the KoolAid it was all gone!

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  21. I wish that I had bought more Heather Bailey Freshcut. It has been re-released but, sadly, doesn't seem to be making its way to the UK.
    Judith.
    judithlynes(at)btinternet(dot)com

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  22. I could about kick myself for not purchasing an entire yard of every single fabric in the "It's A Hoot" line. It's my all-time favorite and it's next to impossible to find anywhere! I did finally score a FQ bundle online, but I just wish that there was so much more to work with.

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  23. I missed out on Neptune, I would LOVE to have some of that now!

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  24. I wish I bought the whole line of Echo by Lotta jansdotter. I only have a few prints.
    nydia@add-crafter.com

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  25. Thank you for the giveaway. I wish I had bought yards of Terrain by Kate Spain but unfortunately by the time I used my charm pack and realised how much I really loved it the line had all but disappeared from shops.

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  26. Every line I buy I wish I had bought more. LOL. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  27. Oh dear...I don't know! I would like to say I wish I had gotten more Bliss...but I do have some.

    And I have a love for this bundle. I made a board for my sewing room from it...but could definitely put more of it to work...like a matching Iron Board cover?!?! =) Thanks for a chance to win.

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  28. I really don't know fabric names or lines of fabric, I just look, touch and buy... I was wondering if that was terrible? Should I pay more attention? Thanks for the giveaway!

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  29. I wish I had bought more Good Folks!

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  30. Joel Dewberry, you little minx... You and your fabulous lines... I didn't get into quilting until after his Modern Meadow was out, so tra la la... we shall see what various LQS's bring...

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  31. Thanks for the giveaway! Hmm . . . I'm not sure about a past fabric line. There's a christmas one by Moda that I got some of, but always wish I'd gotten more. Don't know the name of it (never remember the names of things!). common threads@me.com

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  32. I never managed to get the Castle Peeps line by Lizzy House. I could probably still get some if I searched for it online but I never remember to!
    alyson (at) hastyquilter.net

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  33. wow, that fabric is so pretty! i never did get my hands on flea market fancy.. thank goodness for the reprints! thanks for the chance to win!

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  34. When I first entered this lovely patchwork world I fell in love with Nature´s Notebook by April Cornell...but was not able to get my hands on it. Thanks for the chance!

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  35. Oh so many gorgeous fabric lines I missed out on. The one I'm currently regretting not buying any of was Heather Ross Mendocino line.

    Thank you for the giveaway!

    tinaotherworld (at) yahoo.com

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  36. I wish I had let go of some money and bought the Moda Reminence fabrics.

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  37. I'm still looking for the odd bits of fandango out there.

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  38. well, this line is actually one of them!

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  39. Cloth is selling their remnants, which makes me think they are getting a new line in. I wish I could afford them. On sale, they run $30-$40 yard. I would love to sew with Cloth! But I am still new to quilting and such, so I don't know what lines are gone.

    owensolivia@hotmail.com

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  40. I am fairly new to sewing ... I absolutely adore the mendocino fabric but I know there's no chance!!

    hannah dot kitching at hotmail dot co dot uk

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  41. Can't remember what line but so many Amy Butler and Valori Wells fabrics would have been great to have got my hands on. :) Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  42. Sew Cherry by Lori Holt for Riley Blake.

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  43. I totally missed out on Heather Ross's Mendocino. I've been quilting for 3 years, and it's all about timing.

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  44. I love anything Summerville :)

    Jenna
    callherhappy.com

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  45. There are so many I wish I could have or should have bought. Oh to be a millionaire!

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  46. I wish I'd been sewing when the Heather Ross prints came out - especially mendocino and the lightning bugs series - so pretty!

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  47. Ooh, I love that colorway of Heirloom! I missed out on Neptune -- or, rather, had I been aware of modern fabric designers when it came out, I'm pretty sure I would have bought some!

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  48. First time on your blog and enjoying it! Those fabrics are absolutely beautiful! I think the line I wish I had bought was Riley Blake Fox Trails. I'm not sure if it's around any more, but it was super cute.

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  49. Amy's Butler's Midwest Modern...

    Thanks for a lovely giveaway!
    ~Lindsay
    lmchishaffer@aol.com

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  50. I missed out on Boo To You! I have a nephew born on Halloween and I wish I had bought that to make him a quilt!

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  51. You know, it's going to sound silly.. but the one fabric in particular I missed out on was these blue/green pears on brown from some collection by Robert Kaufman. They actually sold the line at Joann's and my local quilt shop... and I just never nabbed it and have been kicking myself for two years! I dont even know what the rest of the collection looks like!

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  52. I love those colors. Great giveaway. Thanks

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  53. i don't really follow quilt lines, i pick up fabric that i like.

    i must say, though, that little apples fabric is ADORABLE!

    you can reach me at supersharmie at gmail dot com :)

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  54. Wish I'd bought more of the Laurel Burch originally released fabric. Great giveaway!

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  55. Mendocino for me. I do love those colors you chose. I bought a couple of patterns from that line, but it would be awesome to have more.

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  56. Absolutely some of the Heather Ross....particularly the little fishy one, love that one! Thanks for an amazing giveaway! :)

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  57. I wish I had the problem of not snatching up wanted fabric. Instead I buy too much fabric, lol.

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  58. I love Heather Bailey Pop Garden, and while I know it is still available from her site, you don't really see it very much in the UK anymore. I wish I'd bought more when I had the chance.

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  59. Love Joel Dewberry! Also love Denyse Schmidt but didn't get my hands on any of hers last year! Jxo

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  60. Believe it or not, THIS is the line I wish I had snapped up when it was readily available! I was able to grab some yardage for a quilt back but never took advantage of the other amazing prints in the line. So - I have my fingers crossed! Thank you for such a lovely giveaway!

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  61. I wish I had gotten some "children at play" fabric while it was still bountiful. I'm not going to miss out on her new line "out to see" when it comes out though!

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  62. Thank you for the giveaway. I wish I had bought more of Kate Spain's Central Park.

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  63. The one I really want to get is the Peanuts Christmas - need to save up for a good amount of it! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  64. I don't follow fabric lines enough to be able to answer your question. My approach is fairly scrappy anyway, so it doesn't really matter to me that I have This Fabric as opposed to That Fabric.

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  65. Good Folks-definitely regret not getting it!

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  66. I don't follow fabric lines, so I don't even know whose fabric it was that I wished I'd picked up! :)

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  67. Actually the heirloom line was one that I really liked but never pulled the trigger on! And the citrine colorway was my fave!

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  68. Great giveaway, I do love Joel Dewberry fabrics :-) The only fabric I'm aware of missing out on was Katie Jump Rope, at the time it never occured to me that fabric could be "sold out"... lol

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  69. I wanted "Valley of the Kings," by Robert Kaufman, but couldn't afford it at that time. I have consoled my self with Hoffman & TT peacocks-themed fabrics!

    trilliumcreates AT gmail DOT com

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  70. I've always loved the Lizzy Dish collections, but didn't ever buy any. But that is just how it goes. Thanks for the darling giveaway, I love these fabrics.

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  71. I'd like to find a full FQ set of Michael Miller's Honey Bee line. I think it was out a couple of years ago. It's so bright and happy.

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  72. The first one that comes to mind that I wish I hadn't missed is Pure. Seems like so many fabrics come and go so fast nowadays! The Heirloom stack is beautiful, thanks for the chance to win!

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  73. I found the Riley Blake Augusta Victoria line about a year after it came out, and was scrounging the last bits off etsy.

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  74. one fabric collection that I LOVE is sherbert pips. I know it is still available, but I I really, really love it!

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  75. oh my god, it's actually this one!! i love this colourway and also the sapphire one... i've been pining for a while now so it would be fantastic to win!

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  76. I'm new to designer fabrics, so I don't know what I missed - but I am sure next year I will have regrets.

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  77. Ava Roses for sure...I don't have time to keep up! :o)

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  78. wow!!! Love the orange colors!!!

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  79. Actually I wish I had a chance to buy some more of Aviary! Thanks for a great giveaway:)
    jodym7atyahoo.com

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  80. Love this colorway! There is one fabric I LOVE and I can't find anymore - Micheal Miller's Bite Me in red. Love it! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  81. This is a gorgeous bundle! I actually missed out on this line, so it would be amazing to win some! I loved all of the colorways in it too, but at the time I think I was single-mindedly focused on hoarding Tula Pink's Prince Charming! lol Thanks for a second chance.

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  82. I love Lilly Bella, I've ordered a bunch of things from her and they are prefect each time. I wish I was quilting when Bliss came out... I know Ruby is similar but it's not the same... I really want the Cream Paisley print. :o)

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  83. This one, actually! I also missed out on FMF the first time...

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  84. I wish that I had gotten more Heather Ross fabrics when they came out, especially the gauze. They seemed to expensive at the time, but of course now they are even more expensive.

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  85. I'm still kicking myself for not getting a FQ set of Mendocino when it came out. Love those octopuses! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  86. I LOVE Heirloom! So gorgeous. I regretted not getting any FMF when it came out before -- and Lightning Bugs and Other Mysteries -- and also Castle Peeps -- and Heather Ross' Fairytales. I missed out on a lot there, didn't I? Thanks for a lovely giveaway!

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  87. it's terrible, i never remember fabric lines. :( I'm starting to notice them more now.

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  88. Oh that's so lovely! Delicious colours!

    I regret missing out on Mendocino and Lightning Bugs when they were reasonably priced, they're outrageous now.

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  89. Beautiful fabric! I just started sewing, so I'm not sure what I've missed out on!

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  90. There was a kids line called Eek! Monsters that I really wanted, but I can only find the complimentary pieces anymore, not the main print. So sad :( Thanks for the chance!

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  91. Definitely missed out on those lovely Heather Ross fishies-in-bags. I didn't start sewing until about two years ago, and I wished I'd known! haha! :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  92. I'm sort of new to sewing, so I always drool over things made out of Heather Ross' older fabrics.

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  93. Summerville--I got the charm package, but wish I had some yardage to go with it. However, I have to say, I LOVE this fabric you're giving away. I'm so drawn to this part of the color wheel my stash is tipped over in the oranges. Sigh.

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  94. Oh, such a generous giveaway you are having. Oh, there are lots of fabrics I wish I could have but not enough money! I really like the line you are giving away too. Heather Ross's Mendocino (mermaid) collection is one that I wish I could have gotten more of.

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  95. heirloom is one of the lines i missed out on too. thank you for the chance to win

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  96. I wish I had grabbed some of Heather Ross' aliens. They're too cute!

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  97. Lovely giveaway! I really missed out on AMH's Good Folks. I love everything I see made with it!

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  98. I am SUPER bummed that I never got my hands on Mendocino - - those mermaids are lovely!

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  99. Thank you for the lovely giveaway! I love Joel Dewberry's fabrics so much!

    I wish I had stocked up on Anna Maria Horner's early fabric collections like Good Folks.

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  100. Ack, the internet ate my comment! I was going to say, Heather Ross Mendocino. I scooped some up but not everything I wanted.

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  101. I love Riley Blake's All Star fabric, but didn't have a boy when it came out!

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  102. I really, really wish I had some Ruby in my stash :(

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  103. Love those colors...what a wonderful beach quilt they would make! I wish I had bought Kaffe Fasset's early fabrics, but I can't buy it all! ;o)

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  104. I'm so new to quilting I don't know what I missed LOL....but my current favorite that I have to have is Outfoxed by Lizzy House. I don't even want to Google some of the ones listed above because I'll probably weep with regret.

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  105. I'm new to quilting, so I haven't yet run across any fabric lines to miss. But I'm really enjoying finding new blogs through this giveaway - thank you for participating!

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  106. Heirloom truly is gorgeous! I wish I had grabbed some Arcadia fabric, but it was released when I was new to sewing and hadn't quite discovered the wonderful world of fabrics. I did manage to get my hands on some after the fact, but I wish I could have ordered the prints I love off the bolt.

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  107. I would love some vintage modern. I had an opportunity to get some on sale, but waited too long to actually decide and then it was all gone. But luckily there are still more shops out there that have some. At least I hope so. :)

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  108. i know heather ross has been a common response, but seriously - those fish in the bags? they're the best kids (and gender neutral) fabric i've ever seen...

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  109. I love Heirloom, especially this color way. I'm a sucker for good basics, and sometimes I wait too long for a good sale and miss my opportunity to buy the basics.

    kell22 @ cox.net

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  110. Beautiful Fabric! Thanks for the chance to win! Bliss and Mendocino are lines I would like to have some of :)

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  111. Fabulous giveaway! I wish I'd snapped up more of Sarah Jane's Children at Play, but I can't wait for her new line to come out!

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  112. Beautiful giveaway...I love Lilly Bella fabrics too! I wish I'd gotten my hands on Heather Ross's early collections...especially Far, Far Away 1.

    Thanks so much for sharing!!

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  113. It might still be available, but I've always regretted not picking up some of the Wonderland by Momo when I saw it at my local fabric shop.

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  114. children at play. I would have bought it if the fun $$ was about.

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  115. Wish I had gotten more loulouthi

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  116. Mendocino. Love those mermaids and fishies.

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  117. I wish i had bought even more Bliss than I did!! A girl can never have enough Bliss!!

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  118. I wish I had gotten some Bliss...love the colors in the collection. Your giveaway fabrics are beautiful...I'd never pick out orange colorways for myself but I love these !

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  119. I wish I could have gotten a hold of some of the Joel Dewberry Heirloom in the Sapphire palette. I wanted it to make a quilt for my sister and when I went to buy it, I couldn't find it anywhere.

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  120. I really like Joel Dewberry's Aviary line, particularly the yellow and purple bird print! I love Joel Dewberry, so here's hoping I win!

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  121. I wish I could have gotten my hands on the half moon collection. Most of them are all sold out or super expensive for some yardage :[ However, I have set my eyes on the Tula Pink collection and I don't plan on letting these beauties get away :D

    Dulce
    ruelasjacobo90@gmail.com

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  122. Orange!! You are after my heart. This fabric bundle is beautiful and I cannot believe I do not have any in my stash!!!! Where have I been living????

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  123. some of heather ross's older lines (mendocino) would be nice...

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  124. It's hard to get any line in The Netherlands but I really loved the little apples line from Aneela Hoey.

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  125. Outside Oslo by Jessica Brown for sure!

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  126. I am hoping to get summerville before it is too late, or am I already too late?
    kirkwood0419(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  127. I got a charm pack of Tula Pink's Neptune and when I decided I loved it I could not find it. Several years later I have just found a layer cake on Ebay to round out the fabric so I can make a nice lap quilt!

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  128. Pretty much every line by Tula Pink ever.

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  129. half moon modern for me.
    i love all the colors.
    and the monochromatic, um, ness?

    i did pick up a few fat quarters of the heirloom recently. this would nicely round out that purchase... :)
    thanks for the chance.

    sarah16@gmail.com

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  130. Farmdale...can't find a good FQ bundle anywhere!

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  131. Mendocino. I am sure I am not the first person to say this, either...it is just *so* awesome.
    I love all Joel Dewberry, great giveaway!

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  132. I do wish I'd got some Good Folks by AMH but that was before I started sewing!

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  133. I missed sherbert pips and have lamented ever since!

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  134. These are such pretty colors. I miss out on alot of fabric lines, because I generally don't keep a large stash. My daughter and I have moved around so often for my job over the past few years that I've learned the wisdom of traveling light in this world. When I want to make a quilt, I go to a local quilt store and buy fabric. It takes forever though to get out of there, and I usually buy more than I will need. I love these colors.

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  135. I really wish I would have gotten (tons) of Chez Moi's Hunky Dory. I just love all the colors and the fun floral prints.

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  136. I have too many to mention, I never realised when I first started sewing that fabric lines didn't just get reprinted. I'm still looking for the perfect polka dot which was in Riley Blake Quite Contrary.

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  137. The Far Far Away lines. I just couldn't bring myself to drop that much cash on fabric...

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  138. I, too, love these fabrics. I'm on a strict budget, so I only buy non-sale fabric for really special occasions. Thus, I've missed out on most lines.

    rebekahricker (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  139. I wish I had gotten some Good Folks too!

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  140. Most fabrics I sew with are from estate sales, antique/thrift stores so i don't have current designers and don't even know what I have missed. I do love all fabrics that can be used in quilting and crafting.

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  141. lotta jandsotter's recent line!

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  142. I'm new to this whole idea of designer fabric, so I don't have any in particular in mind, but I'm enjoying learning about the lines through these blogs!

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  143. I wish I bought the whole line of Echo by Lotta Jansdotter...loved it, but didn't want to spend the money right then.
    seemommysew @gmailDOTcom

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  144. I wish I had lots of Terrain by Kate Spain. You could not find it where I live.

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  145. There are several laminated Amy Butler prints I wished I would have picked up when I saw them. They would have made awesome bags!

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  146. I wish I had bought the different colors of Annie's Farmstand Seed Catalogue.

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  147. I wish I had some sunkissed. Looking forward to follow your posts!

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  148. Heirloom was actually one I never got my hands on. Love it!!

    ecisley(at)comcast(dot)net

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  149. I had some really great large print acorn/oak leaf fabric brown and white, worked fantastic for a neutral, but used it up and no more to be had.

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  150. There are sooooo many fabrics that I wish I'd gotten. :)

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  151. Any fabric by Lotta Jansdotter.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    lauramdd(at)terra(dot)es

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  152. I'm new to sewing, but I love this fabric!

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  153. There was some fabric at Jo-Anns that perfectly matched the paint color I picked for my laundry room/mud room/craft room but when I went back to buy it, it was all gone :(

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  154. I wish I would have gotten some Heather Ross fabrics that are all gone! Thanks!

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  155. These fabrics are really pretty. Nice photos.

    I wish I had some Katie Jump Rope- I love the colors and the patterns.

    Thanks for the giveaway.
    erincode-at-metzlers-dot-org

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  156. I think it was called Modern Betty. I intended to buy it, but waited too long.

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  157. Neptune by Tula Pink for sure!

    Mary
    iammaryburke@gmail.com

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  158. Reunion by Sweetwater. Though it's still available in some places I haven't had any disposable income for the last few months so I've been unable to treat myself

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  159. I wish I had grabbed flea market fancy, good thing it's been re-released!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  160. I guess I would have to say one line I was sad to miss out on was Tula Pink's Flutterby. I missed Neptune the first time around and paid dearly for the few pieces I have collected. I love Joel Dewberry but I missed out on this line because I have a project still waiting in the wings from Modern Meadow. Maybe I should get that out and work on it. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  161. I missed out on Heather Ross's Mendocino, I only have one fat quarter and I wish I had more.

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  162. I wish I had gotten some hope valley.

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  163. I wish I had gotten some of the Urban Indigo yardage - I have some charms squares but no yardage. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  164. Central Park is one I wish I had bought. I am a follower.

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  165. I'm not 100% sure on a past fabric line, since I'm new to the world of quilting/sewing, I'm didn't get to get any of the past fabric lines! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  166. Too many to mention! Love these colors - thanks for the chance to win

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  167. Ooohhh soo pretty. I too am a HUGE Joel Dewberry fan and missed the Modern Meadow stuff (I was too new to know) so am hunting bits of it down on Etsy and ebay as we speak! Thanks for the chance to winyummy fabrics!!

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  168. I have to say that Heirloom is one that I have been wanting!! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  169. Love the Heirloom, our shop didn't carry it and I would love some.....

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  170. I wish I'd bought more Mendicino - I only bought 2 of the prints, and kick myself now :(

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  171. Those are BEAUTIFUL!!! Oh my goodness! I love Vintage Modern.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    melissajpalmer at yahoo dot com

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  172. I have been crying over this fabric line that I didn't grab the entire collection. I have been in love with orange lately. I also wish I would have grabbed Kate Spain's Central Park

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  173. These fabrics are so lovely! I don't own any Heirloom. I wish I had purchased some Aviary the first time around.

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  174. Etchings...I keep wishing I'd picked up some of it.

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  175. since i'm new to quilting...i missed out a TON of tula pink and heather ross fabrics that i would have LOVED to have! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  176. I wish I'd been a quilter when Tula Pink's Neptune line was available. My favorite sister-in-law's last name is Neptune and the colors from the line would have been perfect!

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  177. I wish I had piles of early Tula Pink...

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  178. I missed The Ghastlies by Alexander Henry. I kept meaning to buy it and then kept forgetting until it was too late.

    These are such pretty fabrics though. Yay!

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  179. I'd love to get some Fandango. It's so pretty!

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  180. Oh, I wish I'd have bought some Mendocino before it was all scooped up at reasonable prices.

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  181. I missed Heirloom too! And Mendocino mermaids. Boo. Maybe I'll win the Heirloom and that will make up for it all ;)

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  182. Diane, you are right -- what a great color combo! I did not move quickly on Flea Market Fancy, and I regret it.

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  183. I loved the goldfish collection.
    :)
    Katz.gali(at)gmail.com

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  184. sunkissed!
    sntbosch(at)msn(dot)com

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  185. There's a children's line of cowboys that I meant to buy and missed. I don't remember the manufacturer or name though. I'm thinking maybe michael miller, but not sure. It was super cute though!! LOL

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  186. Heather Ross lightning bugs!!!!!!!!

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  187. Heirloom is the fabric line I wish I had grabbed!!!

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  188. Yes, Heather Ross early designs. This fabric is lovely.

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  189. Hello, I'm new to quilting and fabric collecting so I know I missed out on many beautiful fabric lines. But winning those gorgeous fabrics in your generous giveaway would get me off to a great start! Thanks for the chance to win. Linda rodlindafansler at gmail dot com

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  190. I'm new to quilting so I am not familiar with many of the discontinued lines. I will miss Hello Luscious, Pezzy, and Reunion when they are gone (hopefully not too soon!)! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  191. I wish I could get some of the fabrics that are gone since I started sewing recently and some stuff is just out of reach. Heather Ross had some fabrics that are really hard to find now.

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  192. I wish I would have purchase basic gray figgy pudding. It came out when I first got back into quilting and I totally missed it.

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