Sunday, May 16, 2010

Happy giveaway day!

I love giveaway day! I hope everyone is having a blast visiting blogs all over blogville...


If you're new here, welcome! I'm a crafter who loves thrifting in all forms (garage sales, thrift stores, swapping, bartering, you name it!). My current obsession is quilting with old sheets (or vintage linens - that sounds a whole lot nicer!).

For my giveaway, I'm offering a set of about 140 6" vintage linen squares, all different prints.


With this set of squares, you could make a fun patchwork quilt like this...


Or add some squares of your own and make a couple quilts like this...


Or maybe half a dozen awesome table toppers like this one from Marit!


To enter, just leave a comment here. Any old comment will do, but if you're feeling chatty, tell me about what crafty project you did last - I love to hear what people are up to. International folks are welcome to enter.

I wish I could reply to everyone, but I tried that last time and it was a full-time job (and I already have one of those!). So, thanks in advance - I appreciate you stopping by and entering!!

And lastly, PLEASE make sure you have contact info. If you don't want to leave your email in every comment you write, please make sure your profile settings are correct so that people can find it there. If you're not sure, go here to learn how to change your settings. Even if you think your settings are correct - if you've never had a direct email response to one of your comments, GO CHECK them! Otherwise, your entries may just be a big fat waste of your time!!

Thanks to Sew Mama Sew for hosting the event!

The giveaway is closed now - going to draw a name! Thanks everyone!!

471 comments:

  1. Oh these look gorgeous, I could so use them to make a quilt simiar to those you have pictured.
    The last crafty thing I did was attempt a doll quilt for my daughter, it didn't turn out well though (I am a beginner) but I atleast conviced my husband I need a quilting foot :)

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  2. wow!!! i looooove that fabric!!!!!
    but im the first comment.... o well...
    my last project was a cross stitch picture.
    now i am still stitching
    and i plan on stitching for a while...
    when a girl needs to stitch- she needs to stitch!
    thanks!!

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  3. Love all those quilts you made! they look fab!! Good luck with your giveaway.

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  4. HaHa! I got so excited by your vintage squares I commented on the wrong post! So here it is again!
    Oh my, just the thought of possibly winning your vintage linen squares is making my heart go pitter-patter!

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  5. Such beautiful fabric... and so many lovely lovely squares.

    The last project I made is currently in the washing machine... it's a lap quilt I made for a friend who has recently moved house. I'm crossing my fingers and toes the colours don't bleed.

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  6. oooohhh...so much fun evelyn! oh...and i meant to e-mail and tell you that i put photos of the wonderful FQs i received from you in my flickr pool! http://www.flickr.com/photos/43441357@N06/page2/ thanks again for those goodies! :)

    kaimono[at]hawaii[dot]rr[dot]com

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  7. What an amazing giveaway!

    My last sewing project that I FINISHED was felted scarves for my mum and my bf's mum for mothers' day. But I'm also working on an epic string quilt and considering starting a hexagon quilt as well.

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  8. Cute squares. I'm having a bit of a love affair with Linen right now, so they'd fit right in.

    Today I made 3 pairs of waterproof overalls for various children. Tonight I cut out a Jelly Roll worht of fabric to start a custom order quilt.

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  9. This is a super fun giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win. I have a sheet that my hubby's grandmother gave us 40 years ago. I can see that sheet backing a beautiful quilt made with these squares..

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  10. Don't you just love thrifting? I'm exactly like that, always looking for things to reuse. If often buy second hand pillow sheets; a lot of fabric for almost nothing :-)
    My current project is with all new fabrics though: working on Down in the Garden by Bronwyn Hayes, check it out, it's adorable! I bet some of those squares you give away would fit perfectly in that quilt!

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  11. ooops...that's not Bronwyn Hayes of course but Leanne's House....

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  12. oh Evelyn, I was JUST organizing my vintage stash yesterday and thinking about how I might not be able to bear cutting into it. I must be destined to win these pre-cut squares! :) I just finished quilting my Munki quilt. It gave me a devil of a time. My walking foot was not cooperating much. But it's done. Now time to make the binding!

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  13. My last finished project was making 5 totes for my daughter's wedding. They were navy and white striped exterior with apple green interiors the colors od her wedding. I am currently working on a baby quilt that Is on the third attempt at quilting. I have to reload it onto the frame which I used for the first time when I quilted the quilt the second time. I didn't have the tension right and so The third time was necessary.

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  14. My last project was a set of napkins. I am a newbie to sewing so I started out small! :)

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  15. such a great giveaway... I lately sewed a cosmetic pouch... come over to my place, maybe you'll win it :-)
    xo Bine

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  16. This is great! My sister would love these! Thank you so much for the chance!
    bunnybx at gmail . com

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  17. vintage linens sounds beter than old sheets, way better. i hope am the lucky duck who wins!

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  18. I am currently working on a design for a quilt. I am obsessed with Meadowsweet and I really, really need something interesting (so no squares sewn together) but it should also display those great prints. At this point I am really desperate and would love to be distracted by those yummy vintage linens!
    Thank you for this great giveaway!

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  19. Gorgeous. I have quilt ambitions, somehow life and work keep getting in the way of quilting. Argh! I need to re-prioritize.
    My last project (ongoing) is a stuffed bunny with a little dress. I'm not sure who it's going to - the last one I made went to my best friend's daughter who's 8 months old. :)

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  20. Last thing I made was a pumpkin hat for a friend's baby... need to post pictures of it!

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  21. What great giveaways Evelyn! Fingers crossed!

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  22. Oh, they are so pretty. Good luck to everyone.

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  23. love it! (my giveaway includes 40 vintage linen charm squares) :D

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  24. I just made a quilt with vintage fabrics, but more the bold, funky seventies kind. I would love to make a more subdued one like yours. I hope I win!

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  25. I'm in the process of collecting vintage sheets right now -- those would be great to add to my collection. Thanks for the chance!

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  26. i am in...it is so nice of you to share!!! these are amazing.
    lezlie21(at)aol(dot)com

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  27. So excited about this giveaway! Lately I have been making quilted baby bibs out of vintage fabric!

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  28. Wow, I love little pieces of vintage fabric! One of my last projects used vintage scraps to make pockets all over a top for my daughter (for the little snap on dolls and toys to hide in) :)

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  29. i love vintage fabrics!!!! i love how big this giveaway is too! Thanks!!

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  30. But will "Miss Cutie Pie" pose with the finished quilt. She is too much.

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  31. love the fabric soulsentwined@yahoo.com

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  32. awesome giveaway! i would love to use this fabric for my first quilt! :)

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  33. oooooo nice! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  34. My last and continuing project is to finish a dozen quilts for children of American Vets serving in Afghanistan and Iraq. I only have two left to quilt before I can donate them 6/1.

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  35. How fun! I can think of lots to make with those!

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  36. those fabrics really are great!! i have never quilted, but these would inspire me to start :)
    i have recently been working on kids stuffed toys and bloomers for a sale me and 2 girlfriends are having! happy giveaway day!
    http://commonthreadskingston.blogspot.com/
    mandicoulter@gmail.com

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  37. Such a pretty giveaway! I hope I win!!!

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  38. Love those beautiful fabrics! I could give them a good home...
    I am just finishing a spiderweb quilt for my sister's 60th birthday (which is tomorrow - I'm not going to make it!), but I am also making a crocheted cushion for a colleague who is leaving next week (pressure, pressure), plus finishing a mini quilt for a Flickr swap! Phew! But I still want those fabrics so I can start more projects!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  39. Lovely giveaway! I'm working on a Scruffily Quilt from the Moda Bake Shop pattern.

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  40. I love working on things with recycled fabrics. The last thing I made was a quilt made of men's dress shirts.

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  41. The table topper and quilt is gorgeous. I love the vintage squares

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  42. Oh, Evelyn! You know I need some squares to go with the FQs I bought from you!! :D
    Thanks for having such a generous giveaway!!

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  43. currently, I'm working on a shawl, but i just finished a gorgeous lace scarf (pigbook1 at gmail dot com)

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  44. Oh my heck! I love those vintage fabrics. I'm in the process of collecting vintage linens for a quilt and am giving away some fqs on my blog for giveaway day megsmonkeybeans.blogspot.com. These would be such a unique and lovely addition! Thanks for hosting such a nice giveaway!

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  45. The only thing I am working on now is cleaning my sewing room, washing, ironing and organizing my scraps. Yeah, I think I might have ocd, but I have found fabrics from 1978 or earlier! Elaine

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  46. What yummy fabrics and I think a quilt made of them would be fabulous! I am currently working on some baby onesie dresses and matching bows or head bands. Of course I should be working on my house and not sewing but it is so hard to step away from the sewing machine some days.
    tonyamawe@yahoo.com

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  47. Sigh. So pretty. The only crafty thing I'm working on right now is drafting a slipcover for a toddler chair I found at Salvation Army (for only $6!). It's slow going. Mainly 'cause I keep playing on the computer instead. Ooops.

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  48. I LOVE that patchwork quilt you made and would totally make one too if I won! great giveaway & Happy Monday!
    hensnest at windstream dot net

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  49. My last project was actually two samples for an upcoming book of knitting projects :) My last sewing project was a quilt made from Moda's Panache line! thanks so much for hosting this great giveway!

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  50. I want to make some best friends quilts. These squares would be the perfect inspiration. THX

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  51. OOOOHHH cute squares and inspiring quilts!!!
    My projects, sexy hexy quilt --needs quilting,
    fat geese, piecing
    tunic just started.
    so you see I could use some more projects!

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  52. I'd love to make a quilt with those squares! Right now I'm making a peasant style top.

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  53. Sew generous with such a great give-away!

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  54. Sweet giveaway!! I have been wanting to do a quilt out of vintage sheets. Yours are beautiful.

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  55. thanks for the give a way. Love the quilts

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  56. Beautiful fabrics, love your quilts. You are very talented and generous! Thank you for the opportunity!

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  57. Today I've had a bunch of fun typing, clicking and entering. Thanks for your participation.
    erincode-at-metzlers-dot-org

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  58. Pretty pretty! I'd love to enter! jodiebissig (at) yahoo.

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  59. cool, I'd love to make a picnic quilt with that fabric goodness!

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  60. I love, love, love vintage fabric! I'm working on improving my quilting skills, so this would be a great giveaway to win!

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  61. I love vintage sheets and would LOVE to win this! I am currently working on my very first quilt...it's been a lot of trial and error, but I have enjoyed every minute of it. I'm also working on making my very first tote bag. Should be fun!

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  62. Thank you for the generous giveaway! The last thing I made was a sweater clip (I was inspired by Emma's outfits on Glee).

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  63. I love the vintage fabrics, and would be so excited to use them to make a patchwork quilt of some sort!

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  64. I would love to make a quilt with this.
    twoofakind12@yahoo.com

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  65. How I love vintage linens!!! Thanks For the giveaway!!! My last crafty endeavor was needle felting an owl for this giveaway. Check it out on my blog!

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  66. I am so loving the vintage fabric squares! LOVING. THEM! I am currently working on an art doll that I hope to finish tonight, but that may be high hopes...we shall see...

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  67. Very nice, I love old sheets but dont even know where to start to collect them.

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  68. Thank you for this great giveaway! I've temporarily lost my crafty mojo, but these fabrics would get me going again for sure!

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  69. Lovely fabrics and would be perfect for a baby quilt I need to make! Thank you for the give-away!

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  70. I have been working on two quilts, a set of pjs for my son, a dress for my daughter and her doll, and currently need to finish two potholders for a swap!

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  71. That fabric is gorgeous!
    Greetings from Chile!
    mmimica(at)maimonides(dot)cl

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  72. Love the fabrics, that would be SO much fun to go through all of those and see the fun patterns!

    leighDOTonedayatatimeATgmailDOTcom

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  73. How fun! The last project that I finished this past weekend was a quilted pillowcase for my couch in turquoise and red. it turned out cute! I'm about to start a new quilt that will be for my Grandma.
    Thank you for the giveaway!
    Colima

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  74. I'm currently finishing my pinwheel quilt and 2 baby quilts. I'd be so lucky to win this! Thanks for the giveaway. SChalle171@aol.com

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  75. I traipsed onto this blog from the sew mama sew giveaway, but have now bookmarked it...I've been saving some very very old sheets from my grandma, etc, for years & had no idea why - now I know!!
    Melissa sassy-fras@mchsi.com

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  76. Those are pretty. I've been trying my hand at soft toys as well as quilts. It's all slow going, but fun. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  77. oh swoon! I love your quilts! I thrift shop all the time but don't find too many good vintage sheets...they are so lovely! my last project was my first batik and also my first paper pieced quilt. I loved it!

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  78. I've always wanted to make a quilt and I do love vintage fabrics. Maybe I'm lucky?? Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  79. I love vintage fabric! I just got done with my last quilt... full of vintage sheets from swap-bot! http://bnjdawson.blogspot.com/2010/05/reveal.html

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  80. Such pretty quilts!

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  81. Vintage linens are very popular in the giveaways this year!!! I love it :) I've been able to find a couple of my own from a local thrift store, but this stash would definitely help me finish my quilt sooner :) Thank you for the chance to win!

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  82. I have not worked with vintage sheets but love what you have done.. your pictures have inspired me..pls enter me into your drawing.

    right now I am working on a red/white/blue quilt for the 4th of July.

    jleibfried@aol.com

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  83. Oh you know I'm in for this - and you know what I've been up to lately, too! :D

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  84. Love those vintage linens! I can never find any good ones where I live and I'd love to make a table topper like your picture.

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  85. hi evelyn! i love vintage sheets and have been trying to collect enough to make a quilt. right now i'm working on a vintage sheet picnic blanket for a friend who is getting married this weekend. i need to be working on it but looking at blog giveaways has sucked me in.

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  86. I'm quilting my kaleidoscope quilt,making the sophia bag and trying to find the shearwater kaftan pattern!!

    Gill

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  87. I love the vintage sheet fabrics that I see on crafty blogs. I have ONE sheet, gifted from my MIL, but that's not terribly helful on it's own. Maybe I could cut it up and share it out!

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  88. Just beautiful! I love your patchwork quilts! Gorgeous!
    Amy
    ajh15@hotmail.com

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  89. The last project I completed was a pair of corduroy britches as a gift for a baby shower. I have twin daughters and don't get to do much sewing for little boys, but these pants were so much fun to make.

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  90. The last project I made was a quilt for my friend's new baby. I'd love to win this bundle of vintage goodness!

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  91. I love vintage fabric, or any fabric really, thanks for the chance to win these great squares.
    My current project is a quilt for my sister who is getting married in August.
    You can reach me at dykstra.laura@gmail.com.

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  92. love that vintage.

    jalee
    markandjalee@msn.com

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  93. I've just started quilting, so I'm busy building up that stash of mine. I'm currently working on this lovely Spring quilt and learning a lot!
    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2010/04/welcome-spring.html
    Next I'd like to do some Wonky Log Cabins or Wonky strings. How do you cut your Wonky pieces?

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  94. I love those colors. My most recent crafty project i my current one. I am knitting up newborn and baby props for a local photographer.

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  95. Fun giveaway!
    For myself, I am currently working on a dress for a party at the end of the month!
    Thanks for the chance!
    liesl52(at)gmail(dot)com

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  96. Great give away. I just finished a knitted shawl and I made a dress for my granddaughter.
    Thanks,
    dgporterhouse@cox.net

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  97. Last thing I actually finished was a large quilt for my dad. Thanks for the great gieaway; please count me in.

    gevin13{at}gmail{dot}com

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  98. I've been making messenger bags.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    bcgood83@yahoo.com

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  99. I just finished a quilt top to give to my Grandma. She gave me my first quilt book and I'd like to give her my first quilt. :) Thanks for the great giveaway!!
    n.clark(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  100. Perfect! I've wanted to make a quilt with vintage sheets for a while now. :) THANKS! I just finished making drapes for my sons room (and then ripped them apart because I hated them... I guess that's next on my list...)
    spottedwhale(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  101. that patchwork quilt is GORGEOUS! i'm drooling over those squares...

    kaceykendrickwagner {at} gmail.com

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  102. oh wow! so cute!
    mjwebhome (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  103. I last made a little lunch bag for my friend's birthday. She just got her first real job so this will be so she knows whose lunch is whose in the communal fridge :)

    lindsay.forgette@gmail(dot)com

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  104. wow - vintage linen squares? Fantastic! Thanks for the chance! My latest project has been a quilt done in all neutrals - SO outside my comfort zone colourwise, and I'm so glad it's going to live with a friend. I need to do something for myself now!

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  105. Super cute. I love the examples, very inspiring.

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  106. Beautiful quilts and really lovely fabric. I love thrifting too!We dont get vintage linen here.

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  107. Yummy fabrics! Can you believe I've never made anything with vintage sheets/fabric? I am thrifting impaired, so sad. The last project I worked on (and completed) was the ruffled halter from Oliver + S that was featured on Stitch. It came together so quickly and was so fun to sew. Now I'm itching to get back to quilting!

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  108. The last thing I made was a Flower girl dress for my daughter who is in a wedding in a few weeks. It was frustrating at times, but overall fun and I'm happy with how it turned out!

    skooksplayground[at]gmail[dot]com

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  109. I do a lot of things for my kiddos, but my mom has just started quilting and my 6 year old just got her first sewing machine, so this might make for a fun multigenerational project! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  110. Fun giveaway!!! Great examples of things to make!

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  111. The last project I finished was a wrapped wire heart necklace for my Mom. My current project is recycling some document folders (they're some colorful transparent plastic) to make fun window ornaments. Thanks for the giveaway!

    bytesizedpieces (at) gmail.com

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  112. Great giveaway! I love quilting and I love vintage! Thanks!

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  113. I am currently finishing a doll dress for a doll I just made that is going to my niece! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  114. I love those vintage squares. I'd totally do a patchwork quilt and it would be awesome!

    I've been working on making a large black smoke monster for my LOST Finale Party. It's fun!

    Thanks for the giveaway. :)

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  115. Very cool. My current project is an eye spy quilt with different fabric that my preschooler will recognize so we can use it on car trips.

    kerrie@mayansfamily.com

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  116. my last project was embroidery - just started doing embroidery with applique

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  117. I can tell you what I'd love to do with this fabric . . . make a yo yo quilt!

    ailie{underscore}dukes{at}hotmail{dot}com

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  118. how perfect! i just started quilting, and this fabric is beautiful!

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  119. Pretty! I'm currently making a AMH Little Folks patchwork quilt.

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  120. I would love to make a quilt like that. Thanks for offering the fabric squares!

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  121. I adore those fun vintage fabrics!

    My last project was some throw pillow covers you can see on my blog as a background to my super adorable daughter. (Westonandamanda.blogspot.com). I liked them so much in the pictures, I pulled the backs off of them and am turning one into a crib quilt and the other into a twin. So fun!

    Thanks for the fun giveaway!
    Amandaewoodruff (At) yahoo (dot) com

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  122. I love all your ideas for these squares - what fun!

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  123. Beautiful! My last project was piecing a quilt top for my toddlers "big girl bed". My current project is quilting it!

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  124. I would try to make a quilt! I am a new quilter and have just been practicing on placemats!

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  125. That second quilt is just gorgeous! I'd love to make one!


    addyforrest(at)gmail(dot)com

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  126. Wow! So much amazing generosity today! Thanks for the great giveaway!

    Amy
    goneinkognito{at}gmail{dot}com

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  127. Wow, it would be great to win all of these. I too like to find the vintage sheets. I am in the process of making a quilt now (my first) and would love some of your prints. Thanks for the chance! :)

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  128. These are lovely...and great inspiration! Thanks! alegriab@gmail.com

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  129. the last project I completed was a cathedral window pillow for a friend. I used her husband's ties for the window inserts (he recently passed away)

    you can see it here:
    http://blog.petitdebutant.com/2010/05/cathedral-window-pillow.html

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  130. I have a deep love of vintage linens. It makes me nostalgic for sheets I had as a kid. I'm so excited to find out that there are a bunch of crazy people like me who go nuts when they see a fabulous old crazy printed sheet.

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  131. Great giveaway - thanks!
    jmhamlin826 AT yahoo DOT com

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  132. Pretty!
    My last project? An utter FLOP of a skirt. I don't know what happened, but I know where it went...the recycle basket. yikes.

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  133. Great prize! Right now I'm working on the scrappy tree pillow from Cluck, Cluck, Sew

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  134. I love vintage linen! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  135. Oh yum, I could have lots of fun with those squares. :)

    Chatty... I'm wishing I had energy to pin a quilt for a friend. I want to quilt it before the baby comes (10 days?), but my feet swell pretty badly when I get on my hands and knees to pin. I'm just going to have to muster the energy up!

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  136. I love your quilts and also LOVE vintage sheets. I'm working on gathering some for 2 quilts for my girls. Thank you so much for a chance to win

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  137. Wow those look so cute!! I would love to win those charms :o)

    I just finished the Pinwheel Sampler quilt along with Rachel. It was so fun to make and loved it.

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  138. Great idea for a giveaway! I actually am blogging around the SMS giveaway list, however, I came over here from chara michele's blog - she left your link in her recent post. I haven't gotten in on the thrifting sheets for fabric but did just buy up a bunch of vintagey floral yards at the fabric store. Last project? So many. I'm in a couple of quilt bees, so I'm trying to keep up with the coolest of gals right now.
    -- michele

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  139. Lovely giveaway! My latest crafty project that I finished was a beaded mobile. I'm itching to get to my various sewing projects though.

    ajoyfulnoise@live.com

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  140. Great giveaway! My last project was a diaper clutch, and I love it...I mostly make bags and have done a few quilt tops, but have not got around to quilting them yet.

    renjenl21@gmail(dot)com

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  141. Thanks for the link to the profile setting thingy- I've been wondering if I'd done mine correctly! My latest project is a sewing kit for a little girl's birthday. I've just started collecting vintage sheets to sew into quilts- two sheets so far- so thanks for the project ideas, and Thanks for the giveaway! amo (at) zoic (dot) org

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  142. I would love to win these, they look beautiful. My last crafty project was and is one of the 3 unfinished quilts I'm stitching on at the moment....

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  143. My last project were some key fobs, I go from one thing to another!

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  144. Love the fabric!

    mrs. ntjs(at)gmail(dot)com

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  145. Love your quilts. I'm currently working on swap blocks and my Schnibble of the month.
    I would love to win your give-away!
    Trish www.quilttalesandcattails.

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  146. What a great giveaway! Whoever wins this will be one lucky quilter.

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  147. Awesome fabrics!! I love love love the first quilt you showed, I would totally make that if I won!! Thanks for the giveaway!

    Rachel

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  148. Thanks for offering the giveaway. I hope I win, because I served Hamburger Helper to my hubby tonight so I could surf the giveaways. I need to get out of the dog house. Ha! sandralister@att.net

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  149. I am on a mission to win some vintage linens today! I am always on the lookout for some at the thrift stores.

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  150. What a wonderful give-away. I am presently trying to make a lot of infant quilts for area shelters. I would love to win these!

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  151. oh my gosh, those fabrics are amazing. MUST HAVE!

    danaandthread@gmail.com

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  152. I would definitely make a patchwork quilt with those squares. LOVE!

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  153. im currently working on a laptop cozy for a swap buddy. and after that a dres for my toddler for her uncles wedding!

    i love scraps for smaller projects! i have a really hard time cutting into full yards sometimes!

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  154. I love vintage linens. I'm planning two quilts, one of which is a picnic quilt from vintage linen!
    smooze13@aol.com

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  155. Love those prints! I love the shabby chic style. Reminds me of the beach & someday I would love to decorate my home in these fabrics!

    jewlz@cox.net

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  156. Thanks for the fabulous giveaway. I just finished putting on a binding for a baby quilt.

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  157. I have been haunting my thrift store for sheets but have not found much yet...great giveaway.

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  158. hi evelyn...thanks for a chance at these squares..quilts just waiting to be made...in fact, you DID respond to my comment last SMS giveaway day cause you let me know i was ok and not set up as noreply...i always remember you fondly that way! thanks for another chance this time around.

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  159. ooh, I hope I win this one!! thank you so much for having this giveaway!

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  160. Great fabric, love the blog!

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  161. I love vintage fabrics! I'm working in one quilt for me and i'm planning an other one with vintage linen!
    thanks for the chance!

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  162. super great giveaway! I'd be lucky to win!! (cjgruen@gmail.com)

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  163. great giveaway, count me in!
    jamiemueller0522@yahoo.com

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  164. My current project actually involves patchwork, which is something I'm still trying to get the hang of. I'm making a patchwork dress out of all my too small to use anywhere else kinda scraps. :)

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  165. I just made a toddler backpack for my son. I would love to finally make some placemats for our kitchen table.

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  166. Wow what an amazing giveaway. Thanks for participating in SMS Giveaway Day. And thanks for entering me :-)

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  167. Great to discover your blog through this giveaway! :o) Thank you for the chance of winning something lovely!
    toriatrix@googlemail.com

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  168. Yay!!! Keeping my fingers crossed!

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  169. pretty fabrics
    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

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  170. Thanks for the chance, my last project was a placemat swap in flicker it was so much fun.

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  171. Evelyn is my daughters name...I love it!!! a great great great giveaway!!

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  172. Love vintage stuff! I am in the process of finishing a rag quilt for myself. Now I'm in the process of cutting all the edges, which I'm pretty sure might be the worst part!

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  173. love those books you got in the last post - awesome!

    Please enter me in the draw and don't forget to enter mine!
    http://tinyurl.com/34k4cgd

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  174. thanks for the opportunity to win this!

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  175. Love those vintage sheets! Thanks so much for the chance to win! The last project I completed is a lap quilt for myself, using one of my favourite fabric lines, Hope Valley.

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  176. Would love towin. I just caught the quilting bug...I may never get over it :)
    sheilamom4@gmail.com

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  177. Love the vintage fabrics, thanks for the great giveaway.

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  178. I've always been so envious of your vintage linen collection and especially your pre-cuts! I would love love love to win these charms! Thanks for putting these up for grabs. :)

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  179. I love the vintage fabrics! My latest project was a quilt made with Anna Maria Horner's Chocolate Lollipop fabric.
    Chanda
    bing_6@hotmail.com

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  180. The last crafty thing I did was crocheting a baby afghan. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  181. oh my word i love that first quilt. i just bought my first vintage sheets last week...think I'm going to get hooked on this...

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  182. Oooo...I would love to win that.~ Thank you for the chance. My 13yo dd would LOVE to make a sheet quilt!

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  183. Lovely fabrics. I should be working on a quilt I'm calling dizzy geese but instead I am visiting all of these great blogs!
    Thanks for the giveaway,
    Jaclyn

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  184. i LOVEEEE all of these fabrics you are giving away! i hope i win! =) the last thing i sewed was two aprons, one for my mother and one for my mother in law for mother's day! =)

    sandyalamode(at)gmail(dot)com
    http://www.sandyalamode.com/

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  185. lovely fabrics! my last project was the notebook I am giving away on my blog - come see me!

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  186. Beautiful fabric! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  187. Hi Evelyn,
    I'm in the middle of refashioning six men's shirts. It's really fun - I'm on #4.

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  188. I am just made bandana skirts for my girls...they are sooo cute! I am loving making them some clothes right now!!!

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  189. I could see a beautiful quilt with those and a vintage sheet as a backing.

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