204 timeless treasures & giveaway.

7.11.2012

Today I want to welcome a new sponsor to my blog, Timeless Treasures Fabrics!
Timeless Treasures is a fabric manufacturer that's responsible for great fabrics like Washi by Rashida Coleman Hale,
Photo from Timeless Treasures

the always popular and super versatile Sketch prints, 

and that cute Keep Calm print I keep seeing lately!
Photo from Timeless Treasures

They also offer some of the best text prints!  Several of their recent collections feature at least one text print, and there are a ton of really good ones.

Now for the giveaway!  Timeless Treasures is offering up this fat quarter bundle of City Girl by Monica Lee
It includes some great blenders (I'm in love with the gray pindot!), a great text print in two colorways, and some adorable girly prints that are perfect for fussy cutting.  I think these would make such a cute makeup or  laundry bag!  Here's a tutorial for adorable drawstring bags and free pattern for a wonky chevron quilt made out of this fabric.

To enter the giveaway, comment on this post and tell me what you'd make with this collection if you win!  Please make sure there is a way for me to contact you.  As always, followers get an extra entry by leaving an additional comment.  I'll pick a winner on Monday morning.  This giveaway is open to everyone.  Good luck!

Thank you to Timeless Treasures Fabrics for sponsoring this giveaway and supporting my blog!

Update:  This giveaway is now closed.  Congrats to our winner, Kim!

204 comments:

  1. Hmmm...such cute fabrics! I think I would make some little drawstring bags and zippered pouches, the fabrics look perfect for those!

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  2. I'd make some throw pillows for my new house!

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  3. Cute fabric! I would make drawstring bags and zipper pouches for my two girls, who are getting married over the next few months. They could use them to pack for their honeymoons.

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  4. Wow how amazing!! I would make a Colorblock quilt as it would show the fabric off amazingly!! Thanks for such a wonderful giveaway!!

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  5. Yay I am a follower and would be thrilled to bits to win!!!!

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  6. I might make some pillows for my niece's room with those. So girly!

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  7. I follow you in Google Reader!

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  8. My oldest girl (6) is really getting old enough to put all her own clothes away on her own, and I've been thinking it would be easier for her if I subdivided her huge drawers with some bins. This fabric would be perfect for making them!

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  9. And you're in my Google Reader- thanks!

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  10. I'm fairly sure I'd make a pillow or two for some little girls I know. This looks perfect for a little girly-girl! Thanks so much!

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  11. I follow you in my google reader. Thanks again!

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  12. I would make some zipper pouches.

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  13. Yay, Holly! What a fabulous sponsor!
    I've been wanting to make some of Jeni's drawstring bags, and I think your suggestion of a laundry bag is perfect! These pieces would make for some fun accessories.

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  14. How lovely! I would make a quilt with those beauties!

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  15. I'm thinking a wide-mouth bag would be SO cute with these!

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  16. great collection! i think i'd use them to make some cute girly handbags.

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  17. i follow your blog in google reader.

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  18. HI Holly! Yipee! You made my morning, giving away my fabrics. I am under a heavy cloud of techno learning (ugh) and it is nice to be reminded that there is more to life that hitting the SEND/PUBLISH button!! I made nighties and a robe with it!

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  19. i would make a laundry bag for sure. it is the perfect fabric for it.

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  20. ooh, I really like the hangers! I think I'd make some travel bags for undies and the like.

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  21. I love the idea of a laundry bag - Maybe I'd make one up along with a make-up bag for my daughter who's heading back to college in a few weeks!

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  22. and yes, I'm a follower. thanks for the offer!

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  23. I'd love to make some little gift bags or zip pouches!

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  24. I would make a patchwork lingerie bag. A friend gave me one years ago before my wedding and I have wished for another... It is a great way to store your fancy goods without having them mixed in with your cotton dailies in your underware drawer! (I am new to your blog and LOVE it!)

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  25. I think I would give that cute quilt that they provide a free pattern of a try. Thanks.

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  26. I would make a memorial lap quilt for my 36 year old.daughter who died in my arms from a blood clot to her lung just 4 days after she moved in to take care of me after i had a brain anurysim. she loved all thongs retro or funky babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  27. I am also a follower babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  28. I would make my daughter an apron with it!

    ykatrina at hotmail dot com

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  29. How pretty!!! Humm... I'm on a quilting kick right now so I'd probably make another beaut out of these fabrics. :) meandelna@gmail.com

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  30. I'm a follower too. :) meandelna@gmail.com

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  31. Not sure what I'd make, probably a quilt with some solids thrown in there for good measure.

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  32. This fabric is screaming to be made into a quilt for a certain little girl who adores dolls...won't name names.....just in case she is looking. :)

    sowingstitches [at] gmail [dot] com

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  33. I would make some new lunch sacks

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  34. Beautiful fabric! I have really been wanting to try a chevron quilt, so I love that it comes with a pattern.

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  35. Lovely fabrics Holly. I think I'd fussy cut those fabrics and make a little mini quilt with them. I've been wanting to try one and having been building my stash of cute small prints to display in the center of some blocks a la Tamiko and her cute PTS6 pillow.

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  36. I think these would look so cute as some drawstring bags!

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  37. I'd love to sew these gorgeous fabrics into travel accessories for my niece who is heading to Paris for the first time in spring 2013 :)

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  38. Gotta, say that wonky chevron quilt is pretty awesome so I'd probably attempt something like that with this fabric, though it probably wouldn't be enough.

    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  39. I like the idea of make-up bags made from these fabrics. I have several saved pouch patterns but have yet to sew them up!

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  40. I think this would make a darling bridal shower quilt for a new bride. Maybe even using that wonky chevron pattern, it's really neat!

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  41. I would have to make a patchwork maxi skirt or dress. My friends would be so envious and ask where I got such cute prints and I'd have to say Timeless Treasures of course! deanie dot dreams at gmail dot com

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  42. I love this fabric and think it would make a very cute quilt for my teenage niece. She's girly, loves pink and deserves her own quilt. thanks for a great giveaway and for the quilt pattern link.

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  43. I would make a bag, and maybe a patchwork skirt for my niece! So cute! I love me a good pin dot!

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  44. I'm also a blog follower! :)

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  45. Wow, I love the colors! Thanks for the chance to win!
    cindy

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  46. What cute fabric! If I won, I would use them to make tote bags, makeup bags, and such :-)

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  47. I would love to make a colorblock quilt with this for a little girl, it'd be perfect!

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  48. I usually go for quilts, but this fabric needs to be a very girly bag, I think! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  49. I just got a new sewing machine and need to make me a sewing machine cover since the one that came with the machine is a hard plastic case. Very cute collection of fabrics.

    Diane
    cameldiva at yahoo dot ca

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  50. I think I would make some fabricbaskets for my bathroom. This would be great!

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  51. I am a follower! Thanks so much!

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  52. Im thinking I'd use the fabric to get a head start on Christmas gifts!

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  53. I pillow cover would be super cute!

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  54. Congrats on Timeless Treasures becoming a sponsor of your blog. I love reading and follow your blog through google where I have also started my own blog, Modern Cottage Creations. I love the color combinations in that line of fabric and I think I would probably make a new cross-body bag. Perhaps a wallet/coin purse to match too.

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  55. I'd make some zippered pouches!
    Great fabrics!

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  56. Thanks for this great giveaway! What a cute line of fabric! There are just so many cute things to make from it. Everyone else has had some great ideas for this line as well.

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  57. I would definitely make a cute bag that I been dying to make!

    - Katie Fleming
    katie@katemichelledesigns.com

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  58. I'd make totes or bags or perhaps a lap quilt! Thanks!

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  59. Oh gosh, I don't know what I'd make. Maybe a mini quilt or a couple of pouches or hair bows. It's all so lovely.

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  60. I love the fabric! If I won it I would use it to make a wallhanging quilt out of it and donate it for a charity auction to help someone out with their medical and/or funeral expenses. Congrats to whomever wins!

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  61. i'm a google reader follower!

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  62. Great for drawstring bags and details in clothing!

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  63. i'd make the wonky chevron for my daughter, who is a city girl.

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  64. I think I would use the fabric in a lap quilt or baby quilt, thanks!

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  65. I also follow your blog, thanks!

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  66. Love the fabric in the giveaway! I'd use it for travel related items like pouches and ├╝berchic lingerie bags!

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  67. I think a littel twirly skirt for our Ryann. Size 3 is too big, but I think the fats would do it well!

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  68. Some sachets for gifts! The fabric is perfect.

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  69. Eeek! That fabric is perfect for some zipper pouches one can use for make up and other girlie things.

    Great giveaway!

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  70. I'm already a follower!

    and just in case, celia{dot}hung{at}gmail{dot}com

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  71. I would love to make something for my Mother in Law withe this collection. These are "her" colors.

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  72. Eeek! That fabric would be perfect for zippered make up pouches or other girlie things.

    celia{dot}hung{at}gmail{dot}com

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  73. I would make some zipper pouches. I never seem to have enough!

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  74. Lovely fabrics - they'd make pretty pillows for my niece's bedroom. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  75. I'm a follower by email. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  76. my 4 year old granddaughter would love something made from these fabrics. Maybe a cute patchwork sundress.

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  77. I think those would turn into an adorable patchwork pillow for my niece's bedroom.

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  78. I would make a comfort quilt for my co-worker ... Thanks for this opportunity!

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  79. And I am a follower ~ Thanks again

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  80. This would definitely make a fantasitc baby quilt for any mini-fashionista. :)
    -Elisabeth
    elisabeth.woo@gmail.com

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  81. Wow! Very pretty. I would love to make a chevron quilt or maybe a twister.

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  82. I am a very happy follower of your blog by e-mail.

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  83. I'd add a few solids and make a quilt! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  84. What cute fabric. I think this would look great as a sewing machine cover.

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  85. I love the print with the hangers, too cute! If I won I'd probably make a bunch of little bags, some with drawstrings, some with zippers.

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  86. Definitely a quilt for my 5 year old daughter who is as "girly girl" as they come! anetjoy@yahoo.com

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  87. I have had plans to make some drawstring bags for my granddaughters. These are great colors.

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  88. I would make a beautiful colorblock quilt with this gorgeous fabric!

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  89. I follow your blog on my google reader.

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  90. I am a follower. Thank you Timeless Treasures!

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  91. They would be great for matching travel makeup bag, shoe bag and lingerie bag. Fun.

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  92. Some bags or zipper pouches for myself and friends!

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  93. I work at a women's college and would be inspired to make a wall quilt to show my students. Thank you for the opportunity to win the bundle! amy atlosordo@netscape.net

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  94. City Girl is ADORABLE, I've never seen it before! What else would one make but zippy bags for your make-up, lavender sachets for your underwear drawer, a laundry bag or special rug mug, just for you? Love it!!

    bendingpins(at)gmail(dot)com please!

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  95. Did I mention I'm a follower on Google reader?

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  96. As I was looking over your post, I was oohing and aahhing over every single print! :) I would love to make some little pouches, or maybe some baby gifts of some kind.

    jayhawk4_13(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  97. I'm also a follower! :)

    jayhawk4_13(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  98. I would make a quilt to brighten my laundry room.

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  99. I would make a New Wave quilt to show off these lovely fabrics!

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  100. Working on a new pattern for a quilt and these fabrics would be a perfect fit!

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  101. A makeup brush roll or a makeup bag would be darling!

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  102. I would love to make a quilt..I always want to make a quilt!

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  103. I wuld make a trvel jewelry case/ make up bag. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  104. A cute little travel pouch for special underthings (lingerie, jewelry, and such) would look lovely out of the City Girl fabric. What a great giveaway! Thanks.

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  105. Gorgeous fabrics! I'd make a wonky log cabin throw quilt & maybe a pillow cover as well. T hanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  106. I'm a happy follower of your blog, thanks!

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  107. Very nice fabric that I would use in zippered pouches and drawstring bags. Thanks for the giveaway

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  108. I would like to make a baby quilt with City Girls for a grand niece due in September. I would probably not use the lingerie piece. Might save that for something for me. :-)) Such sweet baby colors.
    I do love the Sketch bundle you've shown here.

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  109. I subscribe to your blog and really enjoy your posts. Thanks for sharing

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  110. I have really enjoyed following your blog. Thanks for all your great ideas.

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  111. I would love to make a lap quilt for this girl that I met last night as I help her and her family evacuate their home from a fire.

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  112. I love the hanger print! The whole bundle is cute enough for a wall hanging.

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  113. I agree--very cute fabrics, and I also LOVE the gray pindot!! I'd make a baby quilt, if my next grandbaby due in Nov is a girl; otherwise I'd make a bag for myself, or dresses for my other 2 little granddaughters!! So fun!!

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  114. I'd make some pouches for my friends!

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  115. I would make a quilt for sure. I think it would be a baby quilt but sometimes these things just grow once you get started.

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  116. Or maybe a quilt for a teenage girl. That would be nice.

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  117. I think this would make either an awesome quilt for my niece or some fabulous zip totes, purses and pillows. Thanks for a chance to win! :)

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  118. I would love to make some cute makeup pouches with those!

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  119. That fabric is so cute! I'm a new quilter. In fact my Aunt just got me my first quilt frame so i can hand quilt while I watch TV. I'm working on a Jacob's Ladder quilt right now but I already know I want to make another quilt when this one is finished. I have been bitten by the bug. With those fabrics I think a log cabin or even a simple pinwheel would work great!

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  120. Oh, and I follow your blog via Google. I'd love to use those fabrics for a table runner!! Wouldn't that look great on the table for a brunch with the girls...matching place mats too!!!

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  121. I love this fabric. Would like to make a cute pouch for my delicates when I travel!

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  122. I think I swould make an iPad cover for myself. Very cute fabrics.

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  123. I think the Chevron quilt pattern would be adorable in these fabrics. But I need an apron, and it would be so much fun to make it from these fabrics! mountainquiltworks at gmail dot com

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  124. I've been a follower and look forward to your posts!
    mountainquiltworks at gmail dot com

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  125. I am a bags, purses and totes lover. I would probably make several of those. Thank you

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  126. I can see these working for a girl's birthday ~ dress up or tea party. A bunting, some tote bags as goodies bags ~ that sort of thing.

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  127. I can't decide between zippered pouches or some cute burp cloths~

    jessicarwarfield at gmail dot com

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  128. I follow your blog via RSS Feed

    jessicarwarfield at gmail dot com

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  129. I think I'd make some little drawstring bags to put things in when we travel!

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  130. I love that Keep Calm Fabric, how did I miss that!!

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  131. I would make a small wall quilt - love those colors!

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  132. I am a happy regular follower of your blog!

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  133. Kristen SandersonJuly 12, 2012 at 12:49 PM

    I think this bundle of pretty fabric would be perfect for a quilt for my niece. Thanks for the giveaway. ksanderson@hotmail.ca

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  134. These fabrics would make great little storage baskets for my daughters room! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  135. Beautiful fabrics! I love text on prints. I will make some wallets or cosmetic bags. Girly power.

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  136. I would make a quilt for the 100 quilts for kids.

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  137. Beautiful fabrics - hmmmmm, so many possibilites. I think I would use them to make some Hoop Art for my new sewing room!!

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  138. I've been a follower for awhile & I get such great ideas from your blog.

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  139. So cute -- I'd make some fabric boxes to hold little closet-y things -- jewelry, hair stuff, etc.

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  140. zippered makeup bags or other girlie things would be perfect for these prints!

    celia[dot]hung[at]gmail[dot]com

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  141. I'm also a follower!

    celia[dot]hung[at]gmail[dot]com

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  142. I will make a quilt for my mum :)

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  143. I'm thinking that some zipper pouches would be really cute in this fabric! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  144. Great giveaway. I would make some bags.

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  145. I'd make a summer nightie.

    Deborah
    homemakerhoney @gmail .com

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  146. I follow you on Facebook, Pinterest, and subscribe to your newsletter!

    Deborah
    homemakerhoney @gmail .com

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  147. I would make a quilt for.my granddaughters bedroom which is going to br redone in pink and gray. The fabric is.beautiful!!

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  148. WOULD LOVE TO USE THESE FABRICS FOR MY GRANDAUGHTER'S QUILT--SHE JUST GOT HER VERY OWN BEDROOM AND THESE GO PERFECTLY WITH HER COLOR SCHEME(SHE IS JUST BECOMING A REAL FASHIONISTA AT 10 YRS OF AGE)

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  149. Pillows for sure! Love Monica's designs!

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  150. My daughter just turned 16 and wouldn't that fabric make perfect pillowcases or even throw pillows for her bed?

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  151. GFC follower
    shel704 at aol dot com

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  152. A clothes pin bag and a skirt for two year old. Shuttermom77 at gmail dot com

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  153. I'd make some drawstring pouches, make-up bags or lingerie bags. The fabric is perfect :)

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  154. What adorable fabric - thanks for the giveaway. I think bags are in their future.

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  155. I'm a follower on Google -thanks.

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  156. I love this fabric! I would make a lovey rag quilt with this fabric.

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  157. HAPPY TO FOLLOW YOU ON BLOG LOVIN'!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  158. HELLO! I THINK I'D MAKE NEW TOTE BAGS FOR MY DAUGHTERS! THANK YOU!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  159. Beautiful fabrics! I'd love to make a baby quilt or a lap quilt. I just got the Lil Twister and I think a quilt using this and the fabric would be beautiful.

    Thank you and Timeless Treasures for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  160. I'm a new follower. I found you through Crafty Tammie's blog.

    Thanks again for a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  161. I would make a lingerie travel bag, and an eye mask - I really need a new eye mask but I hadn't seen a wonderful fabric for it yet but how cute are those prints!

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  162. I'm a new follower, anybody with a West Seattle Fabric Company button (since I grew up there) is AOK with me!

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