Monday, December 21, 2015

A Giveaway - in partnership with Fabric Spark


I've partnered today with Fabric Spark for Daryl's 12 Days of Christmas event. Daryl invited me to curate a fat quarter bundle for this giveaway and I chose that beautiful navy and pink bundle. 

For today only, from now - 9 am Eastern Standard Time (EST) until midnight EST, you can enter the draw to win this bundle by doing any or all of the following (each one counts as an entry):

  • Add one comment to this blog post and let me know how this bundle inspires you.
  • If you follow my blog or me on the internet somehow, you can make a second comment on this blog post telling me how you follow me and where.
Note: Please make sure I can find you, or add your email to your comments.


Don't delay, the giveaway closes at midnight EST (which is 10 pm at my house in Alberta, MST) tonight (Dec 21). If you need to figure out the timing at your house, you can always check here. This giveaway is open to everyone, no matter where in the world you live.

Edited: It's after midnight EST, so this giveaway is now closed.

It's a beautiful bundle, and it will be a lovely present for one of you. Daryl and I will  announce the winner December 23.

Best,

Leanne

188 comments:

  1. Wow! Those colors are gorgeous together! I would love to make them into beautiful little churn dashes to frame in the prints. Too cute!

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  2. I follow via Feedly....can you tell?

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  3. Love those fabrics! I want to make myself a new purse, these would be great to do so.

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  4. I am not sure what pattern I would choose but a quilt for one of my granddaughters would be my choice . Thanks for this chance .

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  5. I am now following you on FB and have shared this fabulous giveaway .

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  6. ooh, that's so pretty, definitely not my usual palette, but I think equilateral triangles might work?

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  7. Hi Leanne! This is really beautiful bundle! Even you see all the colours in my blog, one of my favourite combos is pink with navy. Dark blue makes pink look so cute. Those 'painted' prints inspire me and I think I would make something to our living room which needs something beautiful. Thank you and Fabric Spark for sharing! x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  8. I follow you with bloglovin. x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  9. My goddaughter just found out she's having a girl. I think this bundle would make a great sophisticated baby quilt.

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  10. My daughter loves pink so I just have to have pink around. This fabric would be wonderful for a bag- big or small.

    I follow you through feedly and I have Fabric Spark in my favourites :-)

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  11. Pink and navy is a great combo and these fabrics are so pretty I think I would make some pillows with them!
    amyork13atgmaildotcom

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  12. I am having a baby girl in February. This screams baby girl quilt!

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  13. I'm thinking these might work well with Cori Dantini's "Hello World" panels to make a great baby quilt.

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  14. Beautiful colors. I'd like to see a hexie cushion done in those fabrics.

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  15. This would be a beautiful bundle for my little girl!

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  16. Hi. Two grand-niece or nephew babies are due February & April this year. If we get a girl these soft pinks and navy will go into her quilt.

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  17. This is a wonderful bundle. I want to make a quilt of hearts for my baby girl and I think these would be great as my base fabrics. <3

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  18. I love the fabric bc they can be made into a girly dress(or other girl stuff) but at the same time they can be not so girly dress once blue fabrics are added to the pink fabrics.

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  19. I follow She Can Quilt on Bloglovin.

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  20. I like pinks and corals, and your bundle is inspiring since you've paired them with the charcoal grey tones.

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  21. I follow on my reader The Old Reader.

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  22. And I get the newsletter from fabric spark. One of my favourite online shops!

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  23. This is a beautiful collection of prints and colors!

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  24. This is a beautiful collection of prints and colors!

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  25. This is inspiring me to rummage through my stash and pull out all the pretties - sadly I should be stitching up a Christmas gift for my brother!

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  26. I follow your blog and IG - have a very merry Christmas

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  27. The same colours as my curling uniforms... please send! :)

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  28. I would like to make a table topper out of it!

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  29. I have never thought of doing navy and pink together, but I like it!!

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  30. I follow your blog through google.

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  31. I would love to make some tiny skirts from this fabric. Love it!

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  32. Perfect colors for a quilt for my niece!

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  33. Pretty bundle! These fabrics would make great pillows. Thanks!

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  34. I love the colours! A lap quilt would be great.

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  35. I would love to win this beautiful fabric! I love and follow your blog and especially love love love the echoes quilt! sykuebler@gmail.com

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  36. Leanne, I've always loved that tone of indigo blue. Putting it with the pink/peach makes it sing.

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  37. I follow you by email newsletter. But most of all, I was particularly thrilled to see your quilt at CQA in lethbridge!

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  38. I've got a whole stash of patterns that would look great with these fabrics. The tough part would be.picking one!

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  39. I love this bundle! Would love to make something using my Quick Curve Mini ruler.

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  40. I haven't used this color combination before but it looks lovely! It strikes me as very serene. I would like to make a lap quilt and I think it would go with many different decors.

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  41. Beautiful blend of fabric! It looks very cool, soft and wintry.:) I'd love to play with it in an improv. style quilt!

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  42. I follow you via Bloglovin' and Google.:)

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  43. I didn't KNOW you were from Alberta! but I love that your links are Canadian. Enjoy your style!

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  44. I follow your blog on email. Thanks

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  45. I would think about doing a new plus quilt I want to try with this fabric. It's so elegant!

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  46. This fabric inspires me to make a bag! for spring! I follow you on BlogLovin - and obviously don't read instructions too well, as I commented without answering the questions the first time!

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  47. Oh, I love this collection! I'm thinking Log Cabin!

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  48. I follow you via e-mail. :)
    craftyccain@gmail.com

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  49. These would look soo lovely as a baby quilt for my new granddaughter due in February. :)
    craftyccain@gmail.com

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  50. Love these soft unlolly pinks with those dark greys! Very inspiring

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  51. I subscribe to Fabric Spark's newsletter.

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  52. I don't seem to be able to like the FB page. It says I'm not part of the audience!?

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  53. I follow you with e-mail. sarah@forrussia.org

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  54. I signed up for their newsletter. sarah@forrussia.org

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  55. These inspire me to make me a new purse. I lovemaking purses . I just finished 2 for Christmas presents.
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  56. I already follow Fabricsparkshop on Facebook

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  57. I love this fabric combination. I think I would use it to try the herringbone pattern. Or for a plus quilt. thanks for the giveaway! sarah@forrussia.org

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  58. I comment on fabricspark's IG (I follow too!)

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  59. I follow you on IG now, and comment!

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  60. This fabric is fantastic and I see a new bag in my future!

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  61. I would like to make a quilt with this beautiful bundle, colors are so sweet, maybe a modern quilt

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  62. Gorgeous bundle! I think I'd make a simple nine patch quilt which would show off the limited colours and gorgeous prints. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  63. I've been wanting to make an equilateral triangle quilt - these would be lovely colors!

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  64. Pretty bundle, very fresh and simple. Off the top of my head, pillows come to mind. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  65. I follow on blogLovin. svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  66. I follow you on Bloglovin, and Facebook
    Merry Christmas!
    quiltpatchappli at gmail.com

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  67. What gorgeous fabrics!Thanks for the chance to win!

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  68. I liked Fabric Spark Facebook page
    fredbisimail at gmail dot com

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  69. I follow and comment Fabric Spark Instagram
    fredbisimail at gmail dot com

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  70. What a great choice of fabrics! Love the navys.

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  71. I follow and comment on your Instagram too!
    fredbisimail at gmail dot com

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  72. Love the pink fabrics, I would love to make a table runner with this bundle!

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  73. I follow you on Bloglovin
    fredbisimail at gmail dot com

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  74. I follow via email. Today is the darkest day of the year--and still dusky in Anchorage at 9:41 a.m. Your fabrics represent the dark (navy) and the coming sun (pink). LOVE! I would make a couple of small "comfort quilts" to accompany the two pink-and-white unicorn beany babies I have. (The small quilts and accompanying stuffed animals are given to service organizations for children by the local quilt guild.) nancysopp at gmail dot com

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  75. This is such a beautiful colour combination; I would make a throw for my living room. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  76. I follow you with Google Friend Connect.

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  77. Love these colors. Anything with pink is happy! I'd make a pillow so I could see these colors all the time.

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  78. I follow your blog via bloglovin.

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  79. I get the Fabric Spark newsletter

    t_ktl at yahoo dot com

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  80. And your bundle reminds me of a genteel era of teaparties. It would make a sophisticated throw for the divan. Not that I have a divan.....

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  81. I would make a runner for my long dining room table. I think the colors will be gorgeous with our new grey wall color. Thanks for the chance to win and Happy Holidays! mfhagopian@aol.com

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  82. This would make a beautiful quilt for a tween--i would applique hearts onto 5" or 6" squares and make a simple random patchwork.

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  83. I follow you on Instagram and via email.

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  84. I like the colors and would use this fabric in a small quilt!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  85. Follow you on bloglovin: Nicole Sender & IG: minibea123.
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  86. Such pretty colors; so classic! maryc76904 at yahoo dot com

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  87. I follow via email. maryc76904 at yahoo dot com

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  88. I saw a crazy quilt that was pink and black. Would love to use it for that

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  89. Pink grapefruit on a wintery night -- that's what it is.

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  90. Love these colors together! Merry Christmas!

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  91. Such a lovely combination! I follow on GFC. Merry Christmas!

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  92. Love this combination of colors. Would make beautiful bags or pillows.
    ray.joan.hanson@gmail.com

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  93. I might make some more of Tula Pink's city blocks with these fabrics. Great contrast, sweet with pink and classic with navy.

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  94. Love this bundle it is tough and soft at the same time

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  95. I am usually not a pink person but this really catches my eyes. Would make a great table topper. Thanks

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  96. Love the colours . They are the perfect blend for mixing summer and winter x
    Iain,ross30 at gmail dot com

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  97. I'm not sure what quilt pattern I would use, but I love the colors! It would be fun to ponder

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  98. I thought I was a reproduction fabric lover, but... those are beautiful!

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  99. A very different collection of fabrics. Thanks for the Giveaway.

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  100. Beautiful bundle. So sophisticated. I see pillows for my sister's charcoal sofa.

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  101. Love these fabric colours and I would love to work with them... something different for me. I make Quilts of Valour projects for injured military in Canada and this would make a really lovely quilt.

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  102. This is a beautiful bundle of fabric! It actually makes me want to sew something for spring. Thanks!

    dbelliott at outlook.com

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  103. I follow on Bloglovin (delliott1000). Thanks!

    dbelliott at outlook dot com

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  104. I liked Fabric Spark on FB.
    ehodasz at yahoo dot com

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  105. I follow you via e-mail.
    ehodasz at yahoo dot com

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  106. I just made a quilt for my smallest daughter, grey, pink, black. Probably the biggest daughter will get a quilt made with these (she liked her sister's quilt). Thanks for the chance.
    ehodasz at yahoo dot com

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  107. Thanks for the giveawayl starting to notice all the midnight blues cropping up in new fabric lines. Such a nice colour. Tarnia.hodges at gmail.com

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  108. I follow via email. Tarnia.hodges at gmail.com

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  109. I follow you on bloglovin. Pretty fabric. Thanks for the chance to win. (debbie at wowilikethat dot com)

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  110. Very pretty fabric. I follow your blog on feedly.

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  111. Oh my, what an adorable pile of fabric.
    I vision a beautiful big fat square pillow with ruffles

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  112. I follow you by blogger and love getting your blog updates!

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  113. I love the colors and think it would make a beautiful lap quilt for some special lady at the nursing home. making and giving these quilts just brings so much joy into their lives and thanks to contests like yours I can keep making quilts for them.

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  114. I love this combination of colors. I think it would be a beautiful table runner!
    ramona_murrayatcomcastdotnet

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  115. I follow you by email.
    ramona_murrayatcomcastdotnet

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  116. I would like to make something for my daughter - she can decide what it will be :)

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  117. I follow you by email and your blog and

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  118. It's inspiring me to do some garment sewing actually... a lot of those prints would be lovely as a shirt or dress!

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  119. I follow you in my RSS feed (feedly). Thank you so much for the giveaway!

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  120. Hmmm - such strong contrast. Perhaps HSTs in a broken dishes pattern?
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  121. I follow you by email. Happy Holidays!
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  122. I've never been one for pink and Navy blue, but I like these together!!

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  123. I already like Fabric Spark on Facebook!

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  124. I liked Fabric Spark's Instagram picture




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  125. I commented on your Instagram Picture!

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  126. I signed up for Fabric Sparks Newsletter.

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  127. I commented on how you inspired me to use pink and navy blue!

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  128. I'm inspired of it's coolness, reminds me of peppermint cool, soothing.
    Never thought of combing the two colors , in quilting projects or my attire/sewing clothing. Thank you!

    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  129. Leanne I follow you via email and Bloglovin.
    Merry Christmas and thank you.

    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  130. I'm inspired to make a quilt for my mother in law!

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  131. Nice choice of fabrics. I would make a lap quilt with them. Thanks!

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  132. I follow you via e-mail. Thanks!

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  133. Oh my! I love the peach and black together. It would make a lovely throw quilt for my friend's black couch. Thanks!!!

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  134. Oh my! I love the peach and black together. It would make a lovely throw quilt for my friend's black couch. Thanks!!!

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  135. Really love these colours together - the pink is almost like the Pantone colour of the year! They would be perfect for a quilt for my daughter.

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  136. This bundle would make the the sweetest quilt for a little baby girl...

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  137. Oh, gosh! So pretty! Kinda reminds me of a retro style kitchen! Wouldn't this look nice in a chevron pattern? I'm so addicted to chevron quilts these days! I've made two and starting a third!

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  138. Navy is the perfect background to make pink so luminous. I'd make an early morning sunrise.

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  139. I follow by email. I love sitting down with my coffee to read my mail.

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  140. i liked Fabric Spark's face book page

    erin mcsweeney - erin2470@hotmail.com

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  141. i like Fabric Spark's Instagram photo - erin2410

    erin2470@hotmail.com

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  142. i follow your blog through email = erin2470@hotmail.com

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  143. It's after midnight EST so this giveaway is closed now.

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