Sunday, 22 May 2011

Give Away Day!!

This give away is closed and the winner is announced. Congrats Pomona!




It's like christmas!

I know all of you have lots of blogs to visit and many give aways to enter so I'll keep this short and sweet.

Here's what you can win.

Give away day 1

One dish towel made of Essex Linen and patchwork scraps and a patchwork potholder, you may remember I blogged about it before.
Log Cabin Potholder

I will also send you a ziplock bag full fabric scraps for your own small sewing projects.

I spot some Amy Butler, Denyse Schmidt, Joel Dewberry, Moda, and Kokka in here

  • To enter leave me a comment on this post, I would love to hear about your favorite small sewing projects or scrap buster projects.
  • This give away is open internationally, anyone can enter! You do not have to be a follower of my blog, but I do always like to give my readers an extra entry. 
  • So if you are or become a follower please leave me a separate comment to double your chances of winning!

PLEASE make sure you leave me an email address to contact you! If you are not sure if you are a so called 'no reply' blogger check out this blogpost it will explain it all.

The give away closes Wednesday 25th at midnight {my time}. The winner will be picked by random number generator and announced here on Thursday the 26th.

Good luck!!!

x Leila

653 comments:

  1. I like to make scrap quilts! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  2. I'm already a follower.

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  3. I love to make little sewing kits and pincushions! thanks!

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  4. Thanks for the opportunity! Such goodies!

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  5. I already follow you in my reader! :-)

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  6. Terie sandelin's miniature quilts, if the fabric is suited to tiny blocks! Otherwise, small bags... planning to try baby shoes for upcoming niece, though!

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  7. I am so a follower! Check!

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  8. And of course, anyone comenting already is already a follower!

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  9. I love your scrap buster. I'm gathering a ton of scraps myself. I'm seeming to make random string blocks. And luckly using some for my on-line bees.

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  10. I love small scrappy projects because I love to use up even the smallest scraps. Favourites are mug rugs, pin cushions, mini quilts and pouches.

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  11. You had me at Ziploc :)

    My favourite scrapbuster activity is practising new blocks ...

    thanks for the chance to win such a fab giveaway!

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  12. Merry Christmas!

    come over to mine for a little ruby star rising fun :)

    I follow :)

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  13. I love to use scraps for hairclips or applique

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  14. mug rugs and coasters are great scrap busting projects. and of course, a scrappy quilt if you have a lot of scraps =P thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  15. i'm a new follower of the blog!

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  16. I love the choices you made for your giveaway... they would really brighten up my kitchen!!
    I use up my scraps by making wonky log cabin blocks and making table runners. Thanks for the chance!!

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  17. I am a regular follower!! Yay!

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  18. would love so much to win these. :) piecing small bits together hasn't been striking a mood with me lately.

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  19. this is awesome! thank you!! i like small projects too...mainly little dolls!

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  20. i am also your follower !

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  21. how pretty!! I love the tea towel =)
    I am currently working on a scrap quilt to get rid of all my tiny scraps!

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  22. that potholder is fantastic and i adore tiny scraps. thank you for the chance.

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  23. Your giveaway is so, so cute!

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  24. I like to make small make-bags or carry-all bags with scraps. Nice giveaway!

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  25. I am a follower and I am set for replies.

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  26. I'm a follower already.

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  27. I've taken to little pouches just recently, conquering my fear of zippers, and love scrap quilts.

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  28. I like making little pouches or potholders or similar items that can be used for gifts. I like the tea towel idea!

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  29. Coasters are a good scrap buster. :)

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  30. I love to make mug rugs & pretty pouches & bags with gorgeous scraps. Thanks for the giveaway & chance to win.

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  31. I am currently making a doll quilt using scraps, it is very exciting for me as the scraps hold meaning to me. Great give away.

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  32. I subscribe through RSS, does that count?

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  33. your potholder is so sweet!..I'd have to put it up on my 'potholder wall of fame' if I won!...I usually end up using pretty scraps of fabric to make little pouches to carry around my embroidery projects on the go. That way I get to enjoy them regularly!

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  34. yoohoo! I'm glad sewmamasew brought me to your blog...I've been browsing around and sure want to come back to more!..I follow...

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  35. Awesome giveaway! I'm getting a sewing machine next week and plan to start quilting!

    quixoticdreamer(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  36. I follow via GFC quixoticdreamer


    quixoticdreamer(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  37. I love to make little needle cases with my scraps, doubled with embrodiery, a definate must!

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  38. Thanks for the lovely giveaway. Just two days ago I made my first pouch and I think it'll become my favourite way of using small scraps of fabric. As for bigger scraps, I'd love to make a truly scrappy quilt, but I don't have enough scraps yet ;)

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  39. I like making just about anything with scraps- exception of clothing i think! You know i love these projects, especially the pot holder!

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  40. I have so many scraps I could make quilts for the next 20 years! My last scrap buster quilt I just finished! ANd I am already a follower! Thanks for the giveaway - fabulous things!

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  41. Hexagons are my favorite little projects. Some day, far in the future, I'll put them all together as a Grandmothers Flower Garden quilt.

    wordygirl at earthlink dot net

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  42. I make small purses and I'm just about to finish a string quilt so my scrap box is almost empty.

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  43. I was already a follower.

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  44. Great giveaway! Please count me in!

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  45. Ooo I love this scrappy potholder and teatowel! Count me in please!

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  46. Hi..
    I likes your giveaway gifts.
    Especially the cute fabric scraps which is very useful for me to make small project like wrislet, pencil case and also wallet :)

    cheers from: hueisei
    Penang, Malaysia
    hueisei@gmail.com

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  47. ^^.. I become follower...

    Another entry then...

    cheers from: hueisei
    Penang, Malaysia
    hueisei@gmail.com

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  48. I love making doll clothes. Very relaxing. Also, scrap quilts.

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  49. A lovely give away. I am a follower. I like making scrapquilts or adding to my applique collections

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  50. What lovely things! I'm new to your blog (isn't that what Giveaway Day is all about?) but am definitely going to sign up to follow. I use little scraps of fabric for embellishments and for small bags and pouches. Pop by my blog if you have the time, I'm participating in Giveaway Day too!

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  51. I've been away from sewing for a long time so I'm just accumulating scraps again and haven't really made many small projects. But I certainly do love seeing yours - they are inspiring! Thanks for sharing your treasures!

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  52. I like to make little handcrafted things, like small bags and textile jewelry.
    Things like the tulip basket that's my giveaway today !
    ♥BunTine

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  53. What a lovely give away!
    My favorite project for scraps right now are X and + quilt blocks. Aren't you working on those too?
    Murielvanderploeg at planet dot nl

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  54. Lovely Giveaway! I could really use those scraps!

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  55. I am about to try some covered buttons for pushpins and hairties, what a great giveaway!

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  56. Your blog and sewing projects are so cute! Would love to win :)

    Here you can see one of my little scrap buster projects.

    http://hanna-herz.blogspot.com/2010/10/was-hangt-deinem-schlussel.html

    sunny greetings from Spain,
    Sylvia

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  57. I am now a follower!

    See U soon...

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  58. Your give aways are so gorgeous!! Mug rugs are fun and quick to make. My present WIP started out as scrappy placemats but then I thought maybe they'd look better as a quilt so even though I try to do smaller projects I often end up making big ones.

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  59. I'd love to make zippered pouches to use up scraps!

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  60. Great giveaway! Please count me in!

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  61. With scraps I love to make pincushions. I have not made many but I love this mouse I made with a free pattern from Bustle & Sew:

    http://muffinsnmore.blogspot.com/2011/04/mr-mouse.html

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  62. I just signed up as a follower. I saw your tutorial on totally tutorials a bit ago and saved it ... love the fried egg mat.
    Have you seen my fried egg buttons?

    http://muffinsnmore.blogspot.com/2011/04/easter-buttons.html

    I think they would go so well together! :-)

    You are of course also welcome to enter my giveaway ... you can win some custom made buttons!

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  63. I love your scrappy potholder, and I'll have to make my own ifI don' win yours.

    Sol, now following

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  64. I haven't made anything with scraps... yet! I'm starting on my first quilt for an upcoming niece/nephew and I think I will use the scraps to add accents on a table runner :)

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  65. I love to use up my scraps making cushions, needlebooks and pincushions, and quilts! Thanks for the fab giveaway!

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  66. And I now follow in my reader!

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  67. Cute prizes, they'd brighten my day (which at present is blowing a hoolie and grey) I love to make stitched pictures for friends when they have babies/get married and scraps are great for that! x

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  68. I love your scrappy kitchen wares! I've just discovered a passion for scraps, and one of my favorite recent projects was a neck-warmer from Malka Dubrowsky's book Fresh Quilting. I blogged my one here!: http://bellgirl.com.au/2011/04/luscious-leftovers.html

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  69. I'm a new follower and am delighted to have discovered your blog today!

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  70. and now I am a follower, thanks for the second entry! x

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  71. I like to use my scraps for quilts. I seem to always finish a big project and right away use the scraps for another!

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  72. Love making scrap quilts. Thanx for the give away.

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  73. I love ticker tape quilts at the moment, and mug rugs, both perfect for scraps!

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  74. I discovered your lovely blog this morning while signing up for giveaways. I did suscribe but will add it to my even more important favorites list. Thanks for the giveaway, what fun! Jeepgirl19700@yahoo.com

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  75. love love love these!
    i am currently stash busting with my wallets:)

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  76. How lovely! I'd love an entry. I am just starting to sew again after 6 years with my machine packed away. If I won, I'd use the scraps to make a bag to hang from my walker. :)

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  77. And I've added you to my rss feed in google reader, so I can follow you now. :)

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  78. Oh, goodness, I make many smallish things. It would be perfect.
    thanks for sharing!

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  79. i love to make scrap quilts and just add to them the whole history of earlier done projects

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  80. I love making scrappy quilts! Thanks for the chance!

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  81. Hey Leila, guess I'm one of your newest followers.

    Love the teatowel and the potholder.
    I would love to win them but mostly the bag of little scraps........I use them to make pictures, cards and softies. I find it hard to throw away any little piece of fabric, so thanks for the opportunity.

    Claire :}

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  82. I love using favourite scraps for applique and making teeny baby shoes.

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  83. I like sewing purses bur I also like making quilts, bags...

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  84. Hmmmm ... I use scraps all over the place!! I am actually making some placemats right now using scraps!

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  85. ... and I am a follower : )

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  86. Right now I'm just hoarding scraps, planning on start in a scrap sort of quilt at some point. Love to use them up in applique work too.

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  87. I'm a new quilter, and am still collecting enough scraps for a scrap quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  88. http://madamezsazsa.blogspot.com/2010/09/maak-een-broche.html
    This is my favorite small project.

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  89. My email address is ilsebols at gmail dot com.

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  90. One day I will love to make a scrap quilt. thank your for giving me a chance to win!

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  91. i adore patchwork. lately i have been sewing up lots of pot holders and tea towels. i love coasters too!

    thanks for a chance!

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  92. Gorgeous prize - I love the pot holder and spot at least 2 of my fave fabrics in it! Always love scraps too. Thanks for the giveaway - would love it if you wanted to enter mine too.

    veryberryhandmade (at) gmail (dot) com

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  93. Your potholder is adorable! I'd love to win.

    Fave small projects? Well I'd like to try making a pincushion soon!

    zucchinisummer at gmail dot com

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  94. I love scrappy quilts, they're my favourite scrap-busters!

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  95. Lovely!! Thank you for the opportunity to win some lovely goodies!! :)

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  96. I am a new follower :)
    And PS - I love your Quilt Blogger festival entry!!

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  97. wow what beautiful prizes! I love using scraps for appliqué x

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  98. I am also following :)

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  99. What a beautiful hot pad! My goal is to make some of those with my scraps! Adding in your beautiful ones would make it even more lovely!

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  100. I like to use scraps for appliqueing onto clothes for my baby and toddler

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  101. I subscribe through google reader

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  102. I am making a fabric book for my nephew with scraps. ashleigh_sinnamon@hotmail.com

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  103. Love the giveaway! You're very talented!! :) I love making mug rugs for getting rid of scraps!

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  104. What a lovely giveaway! With my scraps (I save them all), I've made doll quilts, notebook covers and dressy dish towels.

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  105. I love the patchwork look. I recently made some coasters with a strip of patchwork made from scrap fabric! Really cute.

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  106. I am making a scrap quilt over the next few months and your little stash would look so very great in there!

    Thanks for the chance to take them home.

    fluffysheepquilting(at)gmail(dot)com
    fluffysheepquilting.blogspot.com

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  107. i love using my scraps to embellish baby clothes

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  108. I've been been into scrap swaps and scrappy projects lately! Love these prizes.

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  109. I love to make scrappy quilts! That potholder is adorable!

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  110. I like to make pin cushions or pillow case with my scraps!

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  111. I am a new follower! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  112. I am just getting back into sewing, so small projects are on my list! Pouches, aprons and bags.

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  113. Lots of Mug Rugs. A scrappy quilt would look nice, won't it? Thanks for the chance.

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  114. I use mine up making hair bands/bows for my girls! And I love the linen towel!!

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  115. At the moment I'm making needlecases!

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  116. I love your giveaway and would love to win. I have been making little bird pin cushions lately with my scrap fabric. I love what you made.

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  117. I enjoyed visiting your blog and decided to become a follower. I look forward to visiting again.

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  118. Such cute projects. Thanks for the opportunity to win an amazing prize.

    krazy4shuz@verizon.net

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  119. Few months back I already won some of your pretty scraps, but there's never enough of these! Also the potholder looks really nice with the hand quilting and all.

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  120. I just moved into a new place and your give aways would be PERFECT. :) Love them both!

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  121. I'm new to sewing and have started off with english paper piecing ... it's fun so far. Normally I knit and crochet.

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  122. I love to make fabric flowers with my scraps!

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  123. I find colorful fabric scraps are excellent for making tiny plush monsters.

    Pterodactylpantsplush@gmail.com

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  124. I like to make applique shirts for my twin boys :)
    bunchofbees at gmail dot com

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  125. Nice giveaway!
    juletchka78(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  126. Your GFC follower YulyaShenka
    juletchka78(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  127. I can't decide which item I like best! Thanks for sharing the goodies. I'm working on a Bottled Rainbows quilt, and I've been enjoying using up some of my scraps in the process.

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  128. Your potholder is darling and would look great in my kitchen! I like to use scraps to make small patchwork baskets and pincusions.

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  129. My favorite scrap buster project is making scrappy iphone/itouch holders... only needs scraps 4.5 inches wide and any other dimension. It's perfect!

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  130. Such a great blog - I'm a new follower!

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  131. love little projects they get done!

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  132. Beautiful gifts ! I need a new potholder so bad! I might even make another with the scraps. My daughter likes doll quilts so that's my usual scrap buster project!

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  133. I've started to learn basic piecing and quilting to use up my scraps!

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  134. Everything is adorable! My favorite scrap buster projects are these: http://curatingcuteness.com/2011/03/scrap-buster-projects/ and these: http://curatingcuteness.com/2011/05/a-little-bit-of-shop-news/

    Thanks for the lovely giveaway!

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  135. I create art dolls, so pretty much all of my sewing projects are small ones! LOL! Thank you for a wonderful giveaway! jinglesells at gmail dot com

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  136. That is an adorable prize! My favorite small project lately are trifold wallets. I designed the pattern myself because I couldn't find one I liked and I'm so proud of it!

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  137. I love to use my remnants for small items like iphone pouches or I piece them to make a band for a bag or an outer pocket.

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  138. How pretty!
    I need to make a few more "snap happy" bags (they use a piece of metal measuring tape as a closure) ... I started piecing random scraps together to make the outside.
    I love your idea of small scrap potholders too.

    Sarah

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  139. I've just become a follower of your blog too.

    Thanks,
    Sarah

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  140. Oh those are so beautiful!!

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  141. For me, small quilts are the ultimate scrap buster!

    Great giveaway! I would love to win!!!

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  142. Thanks for being in the Giveaway!
    My favorite way to reduce my scrap pile is just wonky log cabins. Every couple of months I'll throw some new ones together and by the end of the year (if not sooner) I'll have a scrappy log cabin baby quilt (or bigger!).

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  143. I'm in desperate need of a new pot-holder.

    I use my scraps to make tooth-brush rugs.

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  144. What a lovely giveaway - hope you will join mine, too!

    Pomona x

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  145. I'm a follower, too!

    Pomona x

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  146. What fun in the kitchen!

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  147. Tiny zip pouches big enough for a gift card cleans out my scraps. My 7 year old hoarding them in her room gets rid of the rest. I don't think she does anything with them. She just likes to have them.

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  148. Wow - so cute. I love making little hair bows with my scraps :) Thanks for the chance to win!

    simply.simon.sisters(at)gmail(dot)com

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  149. Scrappy potholders and small things are my favorite! Thanks for the givaway! Amy

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  150. Oh yeah, I'm a new follower.

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  151. Lovely giveaway! Gotta love ziploc bags stuff with goodies.
    I love to make bags for my children from scraps or old clothes.
    Thanks for the chance
    naslyyadid(at)gmail(dot)com

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  152. Absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for the chance!

    I like to make bunting as a scrap buster!

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  153. Ahem, I already follow you, but then I accidentally clicked unfollow (like a moron), so I immediately refollowed. I blame the cold meds!

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  154. I always enjoy making little pin cushions;)

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  155. Right now I'm using up some scraps to make my nephew a soft book. I like making coin purses too.

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  156. oooh! your scraps! Thank you!

    shannoncarman at yahoo dot com

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  157. What a lovely little blog you have here - so happy to have found you. I love scrap busting projects - right now I'm into fabric hairbows, tote bags, pillows...and on and on. Come on over and say hi - I have a giveaway rockin too!
    www.makeitlovely.com

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  158. I'm a follower!

    shannoncarman at yahoo dot com

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  159. I am an avid baker and i love that pot holder. i have yet to try and make my own yet

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  160. i am paper piecing right now it's using a ton of scraps that were too small to imagine

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  161. I love all your stuff!! I like to make drink coasters with my scraps. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!

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  162. What a sweet blog. I haven't made many small projects, I have mostly been making bed quilts for my 6 children!! But I will get there eventually :) I have made a couple of pillows!

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  163. our table is yearning for that crazy wild and wonderful pot holder.

    i don't sew much, but after visiting all the blogs, i am wanting to make something quite like your pot holder, with lots of color and mismatched shapes.

    i REALLY love your style. hope to see you over at my blog :). i think we share a love of color.
    http://shelleyaldrich.blogspot.com/

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  164. I like to use scraps to make appliqued t-shirts for little friends.

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  165. I am a new follower because I love your aesthetic sensibility. Thank you!

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