Monday, May 6, 2013

Giveaway Day/Week...


Welcome to A Farm Wife's Journal!

I'm Cherilyn married to my Sweet Farmer and mother of 6.
This is where I blog about life on our farm, recipes, quilting, 
crafts, and sewing project. 


Hope you will take a minute to look around!



Sew Mama Sew is hosting this 
Giveaway Day that Lasts a week!
 
Last time I won a few giveaways and met lots of wonderful bloggers!

I am giving away 8 pretty Moda fat quarters!  

They are from French General by Moda and 
the brown one is Garden Party by Moda.

I love Moda fabrics and enjoy mix and matching fabric lines.

To Enter:

1. Leave a comment. What would you make if you won?

2. For a second entry become a follower or let me know that you already follow!

This giveaway is open to everyone and will end May 10, 2013!

Happy Blog Hopping!  

Good Luck!

*Congratulations Vicki you won this little giveaway!  Thank you everyone that entered and are following along!*
 Cherilyn

317 comments:

  1. I love these fabrics! I would make a maple leave quilt featuring these fabrics!
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  2. I'm a new email follower!
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  3. I would so love to add these into my Dear Jane - they are perfect

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  4. These are great! I would definitely add to a quilt.

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  5. Ohh love those colors, I think I would make a bag with them, they are just so pretty!!!

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  6. I follow you via bloglovin'

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  7. How lovely...that would make a great tote! Thank you.

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  8. I'm a follower and I would make a lap quilt as I adore these
    colours they would look fantastic in my lounge.

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  9. I'm a follower I think a 4th of July wall hanging would be fun out of those fabrics!

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  10. I would add these pretty fabrics to my Farmer's Wife quilt blocks.

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  11. These would make some awesome log cabin blocks for pillow slipcovers in my living room. ;)

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  12. I also follow via Bloglovin.

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  13. They'd be in a quilt for sure!! thank you

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  14. i follow via Google and i would make bags ;-)

    best greetings
    Marion

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  15. These are beautiful! I would use them to make a bag or maybe a sewing caddy/thread catcher. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  16. And you are now being followed by me! (But not in a weird, creepy sort of way lol)

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  17. I am focused on quilt tops and have a list of many I would like to do, so this beautiful fabric would be great.

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  18. I follow you through GFC but just started following through Bloglovin

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  19. I think placemats or a table runner. Thanks for sharing your fabric.

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  20. Not sure but they are very pretty. Nice give away.

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  21. I think those fabrics would make a really pretty lone star. I think that's what I would do with them.

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  22. I don' t know what I would make. I would have fun coming up with something.

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  23. I would like to play with the fabric and after a very long time with hugging it choose a pattern to make a nice cozy quilt.

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  24. A quilt! :) Maybe a little one but a quilt none the less!

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  26. Oops, can't type today. I'd add them to my civil war collection.

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  27. These would look great on new pillow covers for our basement sofa. Thanks for hosting!

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  28. Those are GORGEOUS! Not sure what I would do with them, but I have several projects coming up that I think they would work perfectly for! Thanks!

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  29. I would put with some others from my stash and make a throw. Thanks

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  30. I am a follower by email. Thanks

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  31. These are beautiful fabrics! This summer my girls and I are going to be doing some research into pioneers - I think a couple of these would be perfect for bonnets! :)

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  32. I would make a quilt for my grandmother, she taught me to quilt and sew. :) Thank you!

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  33. Oooo, I would love to make a doll quilt for my daughter with these!
    dazzlingshorty(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  34. I would love to make some fun pillows!

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  35. You are right, they are lovely fabrics. I too love the small flowery prints and the rich colours. I'd like to make some patchwork cushions for my guest room / sewing room. Thanks so much for your generous giveaway.

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  36. I am allready following alog via Bloglovin.

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  37. I'm thinking these would make a great little tabel topper for my Mom. She loves samll floral prints. Thank you for the chance to enter your giveaway.

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  38. I think I would make a table runner with those pretty fabrics! Thank you for the chance!

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  39. I would make some new pillow covers

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  40. I'd make some purses for my gift closet. Pretty fabrics.

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  41. Cushion covers for my sofa cushions!

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  42. I love making scrappy lap quilts and this bundle would be perfect to add to the mix.

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  43. Thanks for the chance to win! I would definitely make a cute little purse.

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  44. I would make patchwork skirts for my grand daughters.
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  45. Definitely a quilt! Love these!

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  46. I would make a log cabin quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  47. Love these fabrics...would make a quilt for my new granddaughter!

    Thanks for a chance to win your fun giveaway!
    Julie

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  48. Also a new follower of your blog...can't wait to check it out!

    Fellow farm mom to six as well..have a great week!

    Julie

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  49. Thanks for the giveaway, I think I would make a pillow or two and perhaps a coordinating table runner.

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  50. Thanks for the chance! I could see a table runner with those!

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  51. I would use these to make a lap quilt for my Godson. Thanks for the chance at your giveawy.

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  52. These are gorgeous fabrics. I would definitely put them in a quilt. Thanks for participating in the giveaway.

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  53. I can see these fabrics making a pretty bag or some pretty throw pillows.
    clarksrfun at gmail dot com

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  54. I would add some fabric and make a lovely quilt.

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  55. These are lovely. they would work well in a quilt or a bag.

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  56. Beautiful fabrics!!! Not sure what I would make...probably a nice throw for our couch :)

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  57. I was following thru GFC, but recently signed up again & follow now thru Bloglovin

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  58. These are beautiful! I'd make a table runner. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  59. I'd make a little wall hanging with 2" 4 patch blocks alternating with solid blocks and set on point. Thanks for the chance to win these pretty fabrics.

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  60. I just became a follower on google friend connect.

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  61. Oh, these are LOVELY! I love French General. I am collecting FQs to make a king size quilt of all French General fabrics...not sure of the pattern yet. I am also a mother of 6, but not on a farm. In the woods, though. I have 6 boys and would not want to raise them in a city :)

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  62. I am following you with Bloglovin. Looking forward to reading and seeing more of your work and life :)

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  63. Perfect for a table runner.
    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

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  64. I would make a new Laura Ingalls dress for my daughter :) Well, I would probably have to supplement the fabric since she is almost 8. But she had one in a print that would go perfectly with your selection so that is all I can think of :)

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  65. I think I would make some table runners. Those are my colors

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  66. I already follow you via blog lovin

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  67. These would look great as pillows for my mother-in-law living room! Thanks for the giveaway. Ana

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  68. I'd love to turn those into a quilt. Thanks

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  69. And I love following your blog.

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  70. Faria uma bolsa de retalhos linda!!!! sou seguidora: http://kellencrepaldi.blogspot.com.br/
    bjkas

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  71. What wonderful prints...love the colors. I would make a purse/tote bag and then use some in making some baby burp clothes. I love following your blog!

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  72. I think I would make pillow covers with these lovely color fabrics.

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  73. These lovely fabrics would make a nice donation lap quilt for my quilt group. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  74. I am an email follower and love your blog.

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  75. I'm a follower - receiving posts by email. Thanks again.

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  76. They would be so pretty in a tote or a quilt, not sure which yet! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  77. I would probably make a table runner or a doll quilt - or both! I recently got a charm pack that contained 2 of those fabrics - love them!

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  78. I'm already a follower - by Bloglovin now.

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  79. Pillowcases for my bed! the fabric is adorable

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  80. Blanket for my oldest (11 years). Love the fabric.
    ehodasz at yahoo dot com

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  81. I already follow you by email.

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  82. I think they look like a log cabin quilt to me. Love that Moda.

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  83. I would make some box bags to hold knitting projects.

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  84. These lovelies would make a great lap quilt. I like to design my own quilts, so dont have a particular pattern I would make with them, but something pretty :) Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  85. I would add these into my farmer's wife quilt! Thanks!

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  86. I would make a mug rug and some coasters for my mother :)

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  87. I would make a lap quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  88. I am a follower by GFC and Bloglovin'.

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  89. Oh, I love your selection of fabrics, thanks so much for the giveaway!

    I'd love to turn those into something for me, either a piece of clothing or otherwise a bag so I at least could carry them around.

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  90. Also following your blog from now on (through Feedly), curious to read all about the farm stories. (:

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  91. I think a beautiful table runner would be my first choice. Lovely fabrics!

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  92. I would make a quilt! Thanks for the giveaway! sharoo1975@yahoo.com

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  93. I am a new follower! sharoo1975@yahoo.com

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  94. I have some fabric that would blend wonderfully with those fabrics for a lovely quilt!

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  95. I already follow by email

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  96. I think a lap quilt would look great with this fabric!

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  97. I follow via email ...thanks a million for the gorgeous giveaway... I would make place mats with them.

    Usha
    usharaneem@yahoo.com

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  98. wow those are pretty!!! I'm not sure what I'd make with them--I tend to let my fabrics sit and stew until I figure out what they're perfect for ;)

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  100. FOLLOW>BLOG LOVIN'!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  101. SUCH A NEAT GIVEAWAY!
    I'D MAKE NEW PLACE MATS!
    THANK YOU!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  102. I've been wanting to stitch up a little box pouch. I think it'd be adorable in any of these prints.

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  103. These colors would look wonderful in a baby blanket for my new granddaughter to lay on and play! She is 3 months and has just learned to make faces and grab at stuff and she has such a cute little laugh! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  104. I am a follower from last year! So glad I found you last year you make beautiful things! Thanks again!

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  105. I think I would make a quilted pillowcase or two!

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  106. I would make a quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  107. I would make a throw quilt. Love the colours! They would look so nice in our little farm house. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  108. I would use it for a flowergarden quilt. Love those fabrics!

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  109. I follow now through bloglovin and look forward to read more.

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  110. maybe a skirt for my daughter ?
    Have a sunny day and thank you for the chance !

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  111. I'd make some pillows for my mum. Thanks for the chance.

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  112. I would use it to make a quilt throw for someones sofa or chair. Thank you for taking part in the giveaway and have a great day. Thank you.

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  113. I am a follower and have been for awhile.

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  114. I could see those looking great in my kitchen. Maybe potholders and a few dishtowels! Thanks!

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  115. You know what? These might just be the colour combinations that I need to finally complete the bedroom curtains I've been making. I'm using my husband's old t-shirts for a unique quilted type pattern for the curtain panels. But I'm stuck trying to figure out what to do with the extra space. His shirts are all black, grey, blue, kinda boring... maybe I need to spice it up a little with a splash of red?

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  116. I follow you on Bloglovin! atabanana29(at)gmail(dot)com

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  117. I would make a tote bag! atabanana29(at)gmail(dot)com

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  118. Those fabrics ask for a warm and cosy project; a throw, I think!

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  119. They would make a beautiful throw. Thanks for the chance.

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  120. I am a follower since a while now...

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  121. I am already a happy follower via email.

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  122. I think a bag of some sort!

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  123. I already follow via email

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  124. I'd add them to my other vintage-style fabrics and use them in a quilt. :-)

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  125. I would use them in a quilt. Thanks for sharing.

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  126. I already follow you by e-mail. I hope you have a Happy Mothers

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  127. I follow via Bloglovin as Michelle Mogilevsky Harrison

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  128. I make small quilts and belong to SmallTalk, a yahoo group. I would use French General fabrics in a lot of my little quilts. When a quilt is hardly bigger than a fat quarter, a little fabric goes a long way!

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  129. I'd like to make a fancy pouch for vintage lace,

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  130. Oh French General is my favorite! I would add them to others that I have and make some pillows. Thank you.

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  131. I love French General. I think I would use these in a table topper. Thank you for the chance to enter.

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  132. I am a new follower on bloglovin.

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  133. I love these fabrics. I think they would look lovely in a braided tablerunner I am planning to make.

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  134. These would be a present for my sister!

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  135. Already following on Bloglovin!

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  136. I now follow you on Bloglovin. I want to marry a farmer. I want to live on a farm.

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  137. I've got some quilts to make, but those fabrics would look great as edging on kitchen towels!

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  138. Oh how pretty! I'd love to turn these into a kitchen set - apron, oven mitt and hot pad.

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  139. I've just started to follow you on bloglovin.

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  140. I've just started to follow you on bloglovin.

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  141. Table runner for a Hostess gift

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  142. Patchwork purses are my next project. Waiting for the right fabric though!

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  143. I love the colors. I would make a quillow for ME for a change.

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  144. I would make a lap quilt, those colors are perfect for my living room!

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  145. I can't wait to make a Spring tote for picnics.

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  146. Those beauties would definitely go into a quilt :)

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  147. I'm a new follower via bloglovin'

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  148. Oh I really like those fabrics! I would make a throw!

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  149. My daughter has requested a queen quilt with red. I'm thinking those would be gorgeous to start. Thanks.

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  150. What a great giveaway! Thank you. If nothing else, with a couple of other fabrics for borders I can make a lap-size quilt with those gorgeous fabrics!

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  151. These are beautiful fabrics! I would love to make a nice table runner. Or perhaps a fabric bunting for the dining room. It's got a very soothing and happy mix, I'd love to look at it often! Thank you for the chance.

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  152. I'm a new follower! Glad I found your blog - really enjoyed the farm section. I pinned your baby chick info for future reference - we're hoping for next year! :)

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  153. You can always count on Moda to have awesome prints! Love the reds! Thanks for the chance!

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  154. I would use them to make quilts

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  155. Beautiful, I love it! Been looking for fabric to make a more traditional quilt and this is perfect.

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  156. I would use them in a table runner.

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  157. I am collecting similar prints for a tumbler quilt I am planning to make! awolk at rogers dot com



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  158. I follow via email! awolk at rogers dot com

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  159. i'd love to make some bags with this - ones to go grocery shopping with and not need those gross plastic bags!

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  160. I love the French General line. I would use these in a quilt for my family room as the colors are perfect.

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  161. These would form part of a quilt. Thank you for sharing.

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  162. Ohhh I would use these in a quilt for my MIL.

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  163. These are lovely fabrics - perfect for a table runner!

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

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  165. Wow. Love the color combination! This would be a great start for a quilt that would be mine, all mine!

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  166. I owuld be mixing them up with some solids and vintage lace into a swoon worthy pile of cushions

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  167. I love those fabrics! I would use them in a quilt - not sure what pattern, but they'd be cute!

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  168. I would use these fabrics as part of the farmer's wife quilt blocks I'm making! janicelashley@gmail.com

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  169. I am not sure what I would do straight off. they are such lovely fabrics and need a bit of thought. thanks for the offer.

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  170. I'd make a bag and pillow cover! hadas_a1@yahoo.com

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  171. I'd make some skirts for my little girls!

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  172. These fabrics would look wonderful in a nice quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

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