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Thursday, September 26, 2013

Lily Ashbury Give-Away!

I got the sweetest email from  Stephanie Carter.  You might not be familiar with her personal name, but you might be familiar with her fabric lines..she designs under the name Lily Ashbury for Moda Fabrics.

She writes:
Hi Bonnie, I am Stephanie Carter the designer behind Lily Ashbury fabric for Moda.
I have a new line shipping in a week or so and would love to offer your followers a giveaway as soon as I have my hands on the precuts.
I have also designed a quilt (see pic below) and would be most happy to offer a pattern as well. Please let me know if you are interested?
Warmest regards,
Stephanie Carter
Okay, who are we to turn down the offer of gorgeous fabric and a free pattern?
 I mean, take a look at this yumminess!
 
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Yowza!  These are my 2013 favorite colors!
You did see my Lazy Sunday Quilt, Right?
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 Oh, I think this girl is right up my alley!
If you haven’t started Lazy Sunday yet, I think this gorgeous Layer Cake would get you well 
under way!
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That is IF you didn’t decide to make the High Street quilt from the included free pattern 
right off!
High Street quilt
 Beautiful!
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And this is the beautiful face behind it all.  It’s thanks to her generosity that we are holding
   this Give-Away!

So here is what I’m going to do.  I’m headed to the cabin this morning.  I’ll be home Sunday night.
 Leave a comment below with what you would want to make with this luscious layer-cake.  I will draw Sunday Evening for the winner of both the layer-cake and the free pattern!
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 And while you are out and about shopping, check your local quilt shop for Lily Ashbury High Street fabrics.  If they are there, give them a pet and a feel and take some home, come on, 
you know you want to! 
 If you don’t find them, consider asking your shop to get them in.  They are just the fabrics 
you are looking for!
 I’ll be in touch from the cabin with quick updates…but mostly I’ll be getting in as much 
piecing time as I can!
 Have a great weekend, everyone!
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771 comments:

  1. Hi Bonnie. What lovely fabric and how kind. I think I would make a small log cabin for a friend who is having a baby. Best Wishes. Bev

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  2. Bright colours of fall! Leaves falling....think I would make a maple leaf quilt with the fabric. Hope you had a productive weekend and enjoyed some colours changing in your neighbourhood!!!

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  3. I love the colors and the flowers. Gorgeous

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  4. Bonnie, you are absolutely right, these are beautiful fabrics. They are such happy and lively colours it would be a pleasure to sew them; just the trick to brighten the darkening days of winter. Thanks for the opportunity to win them.

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  5. It such a pretty collection I think I would have to make a lap quilt for myself!

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  6. The colors are just marvelous for my daughter - she wants to have new quilt in her makeover room, I think it would be great if I could made it from these fabrics.

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  7. Wow, such a pretty collection ! I`ve so many ideas to do with it!
    Thank for the chance to win !

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  8. What a beautiful line of fabrics! I'm thinking the cheerful colors would make the perfect lap quilt for a friend of mine who is battling a major physical illness. Thanks for the chance to win:)

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  9. the fabrics are as beautiful as their designer. I would incorporate the into an appliqué quilt. Thanks for a chance.

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  10. My daughter just got her first apartment and the pattern and fabrics are just the style she is looking for for her color and style. I'd make the pattern shown above ... It's darling! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  11. Oh definitely a butterfly quilt! thanks for the chance Julierose

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  12. I actually like your Lazy Sunday quilt and think it would be wonderful as a fabric in that quilt! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  13. These fabrics look perfect for making one of Lori Holt's projects from her new book!

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  14. I would make some great bags for Christmas for my nieces in college. They would love the great modern colors.

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  15. Bonnie, I would love to use this fabric to make the pattern included and donate it to a charity I am involved in for cancer patients undergoing treatments. Thanks for the chance.

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  16. Lots of ideas for these fabrics are floating around in my head....I guess if I just pick one, it would be a throw for my daughters room. She loves bright colors, orange being her favorite.
    Thanks to Stephanie for sharing her fabric and pattern.

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  17. I think I would make her pattern. Those fabrics are positively YUMMY!

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  18. What a kind and generous offer. I would have accepted also. Love your Lazy Sunday Quilt, although for me it looks like a Lazy Summer quilt. (the little pieces would take me all summer)

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  19. I love the colours of this range. I would make a bright a cheery quilt for my neice who is just going in to her big girls bedroom and needs a special quilt to snuggle under.

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  20. I would make a lovely wall quilt for our hallway to brighten up in the spring.

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  21. I would use the layer cake to make a pieced jumper for my niece.She is only two,(and a tiny little thing!) so with some creative piecing I can get some really cute clothing using precuts, and these would be adorable! thanks to both of you for the chance to win!

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  22. I am a HUGE fan of Lily Ashbury--and this collection of fabrics is no exception!
    If I win, I will make a quilt for my mom who lives far away and just had knew replacement surgery. A Lazy Sunday quilt would really cheer her up.
    Thank you for the generous giveaway.

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  23. Lovely fabulous, fabrics! I have not started Lazy Sunday, yet, but I would love to make this quilt from this gorgeous line! Again, beautiful!

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  24. What a wonderful collection and the colors would be great to fight the winter blues!! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  25. I would make a quilt to have on hand for a need in the future.

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  26. I love this fabric. I'd make lap quilts to donate to the regional Children's Advocacy Center to be given to young victims of sexual abuse.

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  27. Hmm. I like the pattern from Lily Ashbury, but I've been thinking of making some bow ties. Maybe it would be easier to decide after fondling the fabric. Anyway, it would be fun!

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  28. Wow, how nice of Stephanie to offer and for you to accept Bonnie! The colors are so yummy and uplifting. That is what I'd do if I won them, uplift a Boulder resident by making a quilt from this fabric for them. Thank you for the opportunity to enter. You are successful because you promote others in our wonderful world of quilting. Hugs, Allison in North Texas

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  29. LOVE those fabrics and I'd make High Street with them. I have the perfect border for that quilt right here. Thanks for the chance to win!!!!!!!!!

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  30. Gorgeous!! I would make something simple to showcase the fabric.

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  31. I would wait to see what the new Bonnie Hunter Mystery quilt for 2013 will be. Maybe this layer cake will be perfect for the upcoming quilt! It is beautiful fabric. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  32. Fun! I might make something for one of my sweet granddaughters...or maybe a tote bag...or maybe...!! The possiblities are endless! Enjoy your stay at the cabin, Bonnie!

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  33. It is so beautiful, I love the colors. I am not sure what I would make with it just yet but I would be happy to have it in my stash to brighten my world!

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  34. I'd make High Street or at least something very similar

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  35. I think I would make a love quilt!!!!

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  36. Love the yummy fabrics! I'd have to fondle them for a bit but the High Street pattern is very pretty. I also love tote bags and purses so I might lean that way. They'd make a great quilt for the charity make quilts for, too. Such hard decisions!

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  37. This is a very pretty collection. This will make up nice in the dissapearing nine patch quilt.

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  38. I absolutely love this line! I think a lazy sunday quilt would be perfect!

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  39. Love the beautiful colors of Lily Ashbury fabric! I would of course make a beautiful quilt probably for one of my Daughters. hope you get a good amount of piecing time in during your stay at the cabin and some beautiful Fall walks in the woods.

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  40. I love using the more modern prints like this in very tradition patterns.. so I'm thinking I'd do drunkards path blocks and let them meander about!

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  41. I absolutely love this line! I think a lazy sunday quilt would be perfect!

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  42. Oh this is gorgeous fabric....I definitely make a throw and some cushions for my daughter....she gets the keys to her first home on Saturday and it would brighten it up instantly to have all that colour adorniing the sofas :)

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  43. Oh my heck! Your pattern, her pattern or some Dresden's?! Oh, the possibilities! Thanks for a great giveaway!! :)

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  44. What pretty fabrics! Yummy! I would make a bright and beautiful quilt for my best friend who is a baby girl in December.

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  45. such wonderful bright colors. I have a friend who is having a baby girl. It would make an awesome baby quilt.

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  46. Beautiful colors! Of course there are TONS of Bonnie Hunter quilts that would be beautiful in this line but if I won I think I would honor the fabric designer and make her pattern with it. I have to admit the bright colors are so refreshing and fun!

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  47. not sure what I would make but I love the colors. The High Street pattern looks like the perfect way to showcase these fabrics.

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  48. I agree about how beautiful the fabric is! I'd probably buy a little more of it and make a twin sized quilt.

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  49. Beautiful colors. I would love to make a lap quilt for my very neutral living room. It would be just the right color blast. Enjoy you weekend!!!

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  50. These colors are beautiful! So happy! Great for a quilt and great for making pouches, etc. as gifts.

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  51. Wow, I love those fabrics! I think I would put them in a quilt I'm working on called Out My Window, it would be what it needs to really brighten it up!! I hope I win! Thank you and the designer this lovely chance.

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  52. I would love to make High Street..so pretty!

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  53. I love Lily Ashbury's fabrics! Her colors are wonderful and would make a wonderful quilt using one of your patterns.

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  54. So Pretty! My first thought were citrus...summer...fresh fruit...warm day's laying under a tree with good book or sitting on a porch swing with a cold glass of strawberry lemonade...:)

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  55. Oh Oh Oh my - how gorgeous and generous! I've become enamored of the disappearing nine patch design so I'd likely make a child's quilt with that for my little granddaughter. Have a great weekend!

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  56. Love those beautiful colors! I would make a happy picnic quilt! How sweet of her to offer these!

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  57. I love the colours and would love to make your Lazy Sunday Quilt

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  58. These are such bright happy colors. I think I would try the free pattern as the fabrics look perfect for it.

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  59. Oh, those colors are perfect for the graduation quilt for my niece..she wants a Carpenter's Star Quilt :) Such a lovely offer from Stephanie:) Thanks to both of you :)

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  60. Those colors are right up my alley, too! I think the Lazy Sunday quilt is perfect for them! Connie - Boise, ID

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  61. well first off .. Wow what beautiful fabric. thank you and the designer for such a great give away. I think that I would probably have to make the lazy Sunday quilt. I keep seeing everyone's beautiful creations and think oh i should try that one too. But the truth is there are so many beautiful ones. I am trying to get some of the UFO's done so i can be ready for my first mystery quilt i am excited... Thank you again Enjoy your weekend away

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  62. Love the fabrics... I would use these in a star quilt i've been wanting to make

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  63. High Street is beautiful! I really like the patterns too and would enjoy sewing those quilts.

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  64. Beautiful fabric , I'll bet it feels as good as it looks !!! I would love to make the Lazy Sunday quilt using this fabric...What a beautiful ,generous person Stephanie is to do this...Thank you !!

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  65. In all honesty, if I didn't try the free pattern, I would let the fabric age until I was ready to cut it.

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  66. I have seen previews of this gorgeous fabric online. I have a modern spool pattern that would look wonderful in these fabrics.

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  67. I would love to win Lily Ashbury's fabric selection. The colors are great and would
    brighten up my bed with the pattern she is giving away. I love to curl up under a quilt throw while napping
    Sandy K
    grandmatomato@yahoo.com

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  68. Love,love,love this fabric! The colors are perfect....I would make anvil blocks or maybe High Street. It also would be beautiful in appliqué...
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    Terri in Texas

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  69. So pretty and cheerful! I would love to make anything from these lively fabrics.

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  70. So pretty and cheerful! I would love to make anything from these lively fabrics.

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  71. Anonymous8:27 AM EDT

    I bought all the QM mags with your Lazy Sunday Mystery quilt design and if I win I'd have the perfect pattern for the give-away fabrics. Enjoy your time at the cabin and recharge those batteries.

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  72. Love the fabric!!! Those are my mom's favorite colors:-)) Could make her a nice lap quilt for Christmas <3...

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  73. I would love to win this fabric and start a Lazy Sunday quilt!

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  74. So Pretty! My first thought were citrus...summer...fresh fruit...warm day's laying under a tree with good book or sitting on a porch swing with a cold glass of strawberry lemonade...:)

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  75. What beautiful fabric! I love the colors! Not sure exactly what I would make, but the pattern sure looks pretty!

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  76. Gorgeous fabric. The pattern High Street looks like a good use!

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  77. Oh my aren't they lovely! Pick me :0)
    Thanks for the chance to win Bonnie.
    Hey my granddaughter is named Lily.......it is the perfect name in my book :0).
    I think she would love a beautiful quilt made from these gorgerous colors.

    Happy Sewing in the "pieceful" mountains

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  78. I saw this quilt with giant hexagons made from a layer cake. I think this would be perfect for that quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  79. Yummy fabrics! How sweet to share! Stacked bricks I think. I'd have to drool on them first then decide

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  80. I love the fabric! The colors are perfect. I think I'd make anvil blocks ... High street is very pretty too!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  81. I love the medallion trend; the Lazy Sunday quilt is fabulous! I'd love to brighten up my mom's kitchen with some accessories from High Street!

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  82. I would love to make a quilt for my granddaughter's new bedroom in her new house. She's moving in tomorrow and the house is going to have a lot of building work done before her new bedroom is ready, so plenty of time for me to get sewing.

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  83. The fabrics are beautiful! They would bring a breath of spring time to sew with over the coming winter. I haven't had the time to start Lazy Sunday yet. Those fabrics would surely jump start me!
    Have a great weekend!!

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  84. The collection is beautiful. I have a stack of fabrics I am saving to cut into for a special scrappy quilt, these would blend in perfectly with the fabrics I have sat aside for that project. Beautiful fabrics and pattern and a wonderful giveaway. Thanks so much for the chance.

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  85. Love these! Would be perfect for my granddaughter's big girl bed!

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  86. I would love to make a baby quilt if I should happen to win. Enjoy your time at Quilt Villa!

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  87. You are right - these are the prettiest colors! I would make the High Street quilt - looks like the pattern shows off the large prints. Thanks for the give away!

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  88. Oh, what a lovely collection of fabrics! I would love to make up your Lazy Sunday with it, but really, anything would look yummy in those colors. Thanks. Enjoy your cabin sewing time.

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  89. What beautiful, beautiful fabrics!! It would definitely be perfect for Lazy Sunday but I have mine almost done. I would make a quilt for myself out of this line!!

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  90. Such beautiful happy fabrics I would make a cupcake quilt from them from the book jelly roll dreams .

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  91. I would make a quilt for my Nephew and his fiance -they just got engaged. The fabric is so fun, I would think about making Stacked Squares pattern! Have a great weekend!

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  92. I'll make a Lazy Sunday if I win! I am currently in the process of making "going away to college" quilts for each of my four grands. This would be for one of the two granddaughters. I only have one quilt done so far so this would be a great idea for the other granddaughter!

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  93. "Quilt Villa" what a great name for your cabin in the woods. And while I'm sewing here in the warm South I'll be hoping your getting a lot accomplished and maybe even getting a peek at what the fall foliage might look like this year...it's getting to be that time.

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  94. I would make a lap quilt,such pretty fabric

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  95. Love that fabric! The colors are gorgeous! I'd make a beautiful quilt using her pattern or maybe even start on Easy Street!

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  96. I will make one of your patterns, Lazy Sunday! Please pick me! I really want to try this pattern.

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  97. What beautiful fabrics! I think I would just have to fondle them for a while. I would love to make a purse out of them so I can always carry them with me.

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  98. Hi Bonnie! Love the colors in the giveaway. I think it would make a lovely bag.
    Nancy at PugMom Quilts!

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  99. I've been obsessed by these colors too for maybe three years and not over it yet. Not sure how exactly I would use them but haven't done Lazy Sunday yet. Who knows? There are several patterns I have in a folder for someday makes.

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  100. Anonymous8:40 AM EDT

    beautiful colors and prints. a Lazy Sundy, or Sisters Choice would be perfect for this fabric line.

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  101. Anonymous8:41 AM EDT

    I would absolutely use them in my easy street quilt!!! also thanks to you and stephanie for giving us the opportunity to win.

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  102. Lazy Sunday is a beauty and looks like a fun challenge. These fabrics with that pattern would be spectacular!

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  103. It would make a great Lazy Sunday quilt, at least a start on it.

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  104. Gorgeous fabrics! I want to make a table scarf. I'm not sure yet whether I'll make it out of hexies or dresden plates sewn together. Whichever one I decide on, I know these fabrics would make a beautiful table scarf.

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  105. I would make the High Street Quilt

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  106. I would love to use those bright cheerful colors for a quilt for my granddaughter.

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  107. ooohhhh,,,, this fabric makes me feel all melty inside. I definitely would make the High Street quilt. Love all that fussy cutting, and the colorway calls my name. Thank you Stephanie & Bonnie! xoxo

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  108. Beautiful fabric. Thanks so much for the chance. Would make a great quilt in any pattern.

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  109. You are right Bonnie, this fabric line is YuMmY in a big way! My 7 year old grand daughter wants a big girl quilt now that she is "all grown up" ;-) I would make a quilt for her. The High Street pattern would showcase it perfectly, but so would many of your patterns (and I have 3 of your books) ....what a delightful dilemma to be in....which pattern.....

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  110. Beautiful fabric. Thanks so much for the chance. Would make a great quilt in any pattern.

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  111. Such beautiful cheerful fabrics! I think I would make a quilt for my daughter. So bright & fun. What generosity! Thank you.

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  112. I went to a lecture by Jenny Doan yesterday - my mind is spinning with all the possibilities. A layer cake would be perfect for a letterbox quilt.

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  113. I love bright colors. I would make a baby quilt. What fun that would be!

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  114. Would love to make a log cabin quilt with Stephanie's beautiful fabric.

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  115. I think these lovely fabrics are saying "Pinwheels! Make us into pinwheels! " I'd love to be entered in the contest.

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  116. Those are my kind of colors! I know that fall is here with winter on its heels. Something cheery and bright to fight the grayness of winter is what I would make.

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  117. Quilting & Sewing for 3-4 decades, quilts for my family, friends etc. I would think it is time to make 1 quilt just for me* Sunday Morning quilt is on my next project*

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  118. I think I would save these beautiful fabrics and use them in the new mystery quilt that you will be starting in November.

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  119. Quilting & Sewing for 3-4 decades, for quilts gifts, family, friends, I think it is time to make a quilt just for me! Sunday Morning quilt will be my next project*

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  120. I am a newbie quilter never having used a layer cake before so this would be an adventure for me! I would love to make something to donate to our local womens shelter.

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  121. OK, I am ready to try strings. This would be just the kick start

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  122. Love those cheerful colors! They would make a great quilt for my bright and colorful daughter!

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  123. What a fantastic prize! I'd definitely have a go at Hexagon Park if I won.

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  124. I think I would make a lap quilt for my mom who is in a rest home... it would brighten her room for sure :)

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  125. Beautiful fabric!!!!! I'm having trouble deciding what I would make - maybe a bow tie quilt?

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  126. Anonymous8:56 AM EDT

    The fabrics are beautiful! Not sure what pattern I would make, maybe the one that comes with it. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  127. there are so many wonderful quilt patterns available that I do not have a clue what I would make until I am in the mood - normal this takes getting the fabric in my hands and getting a feel for it :) I love the colors and would love to win.

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  128. I love these delicious colors. I would use them for an appliqué quilt Thru grandmothers window. They would be magnificent. Thank you for this opportunity to enter. God bless. Sincerely,

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  129. Wow ~ such beautiful fabrics! I'd really like to make some small purses to hold gift cards, etc. for Christmas gifts for family and friends. These fabrics would be perfect for what I have in mind. Thanks a bunch to both Stephanie and Bonnie for this awesome giveaway! ☺

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  130. Would make a lovely, bright and colourful lap quilt

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  131. Those fabrics are gorgeous. Would have to think hard about what to make with them. The included pattern looks great.

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  132. What beautiful quilts! I have been wanting to make a basket quilt, I think these fabrics would be perfect for that!
    missysaprons@gmail.com

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  133. Love love love this fabric. I have a new grandbaby on the way (#3) and need to be making a baby quilt before March. Perfect! Love the High Street pattern too.

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  134. I haven't started Lazy Sunday yet, so as you suggested, it would make a great start for that pattern. I love all of your patterns. You are such an inspiration. Thanks so much for all you do for quilting!

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  135. A log cabin style, with a large center square--yummy!

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  136. I love the colors in this and Lazy Sunday-which is on the top of my list of quilts to make. I would love to win this to get me started!

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  137. Wow, love those colors. I think they'd make a great "big-girl quilt" for my grand daughter.
    nancyannmcfall@yahoo.com

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  138. What lovely, lovely colors! I think these would be perfect to make a young woman I dearly love a Version of swoon. All those big blocks would show these off to perfection. Thanks for the opportunity, Bonnie and Stephanie.

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  139. Oh I love pink & orange as a colour combination!! Have some fabrics here that need more to play with & make a scrappy beauty!

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  140. The colors are vibrant! A friend's 10 year old daughter is coming to sew and we're looking for projects to make, this fabric would be fun to work with! We would make a small quilt or a bag with it.

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  141. With these yummy fabrics I would make the quilt I owe my beautiful daughter for her 21st birthday (this past June). She loves sunny, happy fabrics and colors and this would be perfect for her! Here's hoping I win!

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  142. Beautimous! I'm dying to try something outside of my comfort zone - something "modern" with these big bright colors!

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  143. This fabric needs to be made into a quilt with flowers of some kind.
    I am still working on my lazy Sunday mystery. I am on the orange border. I am getting there slowly but surely!

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  144. love the quilt pattern! that's what i'd make! thanks to both of you for the giveaway.

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  145. Oh Bonnie - I totally agree - these are amazing. If I were to win I would use them to make a lap quilt for my mother for Christmas. These are her colors for sure. Faith in Maine.

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  146. I love those colors and I see paisley designs. Yes, just for me. I will make my brother's wedding quilt with that!

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  147. Those gorgeous colors would keep me warm no matter what quilt pattern I made with them! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  148. Great colors! I'd probably make a Bear's Claw...lots of points to show off the colors! Thanks for the give away--always fun!

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  149. I'm working on 4.5 inch Log Cabin blocks in bright colors. This fabric would fit in perfectly!

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  150. That fabric is delicious!! A tote bag would be beautiful! So would the log cabin or how about a scrappy Irish chain? The ideas just keep coming!

    Have a great weekend, Bonnie!

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  151. Oh my, I sure would love to win these fabrics & pattern. I would make a lap quilt with both. Those colors would look beautiful in our family room! And winter is coming, we could use a lap quilt in the next few months!

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  152. Beautiful fabric colors. Wow! it even includes my favorite quilt color...yellow! I would have to pet this collection for a while before deciding on a project. Thanks forthe giveaway.

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  153. I have twin great nieces due in January, it would make a great start on quilts for them

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  154. I love those colors. I think I would try the Lazy Sunday Quilt.

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  155. I saw a neat pattern using a layer cake and 10" squares of a coordinating solid fabric to make a wonderful chevron quilt. I would love to try it with this yummy fabric!

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  156. Oh my, I sure would love to win these fabrics & pattern. I would make a lap quilt with both. Those colors would look beautiful in our family room! And winter is coming, we could use a lap quilt in the next few months!

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  157. Anonymous9:14 AM EDT

    Beautiful fabric and so many possibilities! Thanks for the chance,
    Stacy

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  158. Oh what beautiful fabrics! It would be so appropriate for me to win these, since our main downtown shopping area is on High Street. I think maybe a log cabin would look beautiful in those fabrics.

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  159. Well, this fabric is just SOOO gorgeous! Since I'm close to finishing Lazy Sunday, I could definitely see integrating them into your new mystery, and you will be giving fabric requirements in just a couple of weeks. Lately, I've been using different colors in your mysteries than you do, and I've been very happy with them. Enjoy your mountain solitude, you lucky girl!!

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  160. Oh my! Those would be perfect for my new granddaughter LILY's next quilt. Or a very, very large tote like the one I made for her big brother.

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  161. With 4 kids, the youngest often misses out, but this colorful mix is perfect to make my youngest her own very special quilt.

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  162. Love love love those colors! I think I'd do a log cabin--fun to do a traditional pattern in those delicious contemporary colors!

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  163. I think I would make the High Street pattern with the fabric. Not too original an idea I know but I love both.

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  164. I hope you have some well deserved rest and fun at your "cabin." Still happy for you. I'd l♥ve to win those beautiful fabrics, and yes, that would make a nice start for Lazy Sunday. Thanks for the posting!

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  165. My daughter and her husband are closing the deal on a farm tomorrow. I would make a lap quilt for their new home.

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  166. Im thinking a table cover :)

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  167. Love the colors! I'm thinking that they would look great on the bed in the playroom my 2 granddaughters share at my house.thanks for the chance to win them.

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  168. Of course, I'd use the free pattern to make the free fabric into a wonderful quilt which I'd give, free of course, to someone who deserves a free quilty hug. Thanks for the giveaway!!
    Stoney Monte
    spirit dot in dot stoney at gmail dot com

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  169. This fabric would be perfect for your Lazy Sunday quilt! I have not started mine yet so if I win the fabric that is what I would use it for! Beautiful!

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  170. I am another who would make something for the "Lily" in my life, my darling granddaughter. Thanks to both of you for this giveaway!

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  171. Love the colors! I'm thinking that they would look great on the bed in the playroom my 2 granddaughters share at my house.thanks for the chance to win them.

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  172. I would make the High Street pattern; it's gorgeous.

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  173. I think I would pet it for awhile because it is sooo pretty. Then a quilt for my Granddaughter.

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  174. I love this line! I am just starting to expand my color ranges from Civil War to something more bright so I think these are beautiful! i would make a lap throw for my sun porch sofa. What a happy thought! Thank you, Bonnie, and Stephanie C and Moda for the opportunity! Kathy Aho in MN

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  175. Beautiful and generous of her. I see a wonderful bright warm quilt to wrap up in this winter.
    Enjoy your weekend, I am doing the same with friends a log cabin in the NS woods.

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  176. I love Lily Ashbury's (Stephanie's!) fabrics -- I think a baby quilt is in order for a new baby girl!

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  177. Ohhhh, pretty!!! I have no idea yet, but would think of something to fun to make. Love the colors!

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  178. This fabric is gorgeous! I'd love to win them. Thanks for the chance.

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  179. I wouldn't make anything right away - it's too much fun to contemplate all the different delicious possibilities with that fabric! I know I would dive into my whole bolt of Kona white to set off those beautiful colors. Hoping you pick me!
    jenniferk2p2@gmail.com

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  180. this would make a beautiful quilt for my niece who is a girl scout. bright colors and very girly it fits the ticket

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  181. Ooo! Those are so pretty! Even though autumn is here, I think I'd start making a new springtime quilt with these - and have it ready for when spring IS here. Thank you BOTH very much for the giveaway!

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  182. Anonymous9:32 AM EDT

    I love the colors, so bright, cheerful land "girly", I would love to finally make a lap quilt for me "grandma" to curl up on the couch with this winter. I've never kept anything I've sewn. It has all been given to kids, grandkids, family or charity. lol. winters in Ohio are cold!

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  183. Oh, would my granddaughter ever love a quilt made with these "awesome" (her words, exactly) fabrics. Thank you Bonnie and Stephanie!!!

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  185. I have already bought some of this line to make a baby quilt for my niece, using a pattern from "Modern Baby". I would love to have more. More is more and always better.

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  186. I've come close to ordering this already. Just gorgeous! Maybe I'd make Lazy Sunday, or maybe I'd just put it on my shelf and look at it when the days get dark and cold. Thanks so much!

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  187. Beautiful! I would make a lap quilt for my family room. It needs some color to keep it cheery all winter long. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  188. Gorgeous colors and fabric! I make mainly charity quilts and some young woman or teen would love a quilt made from this fabric! denebir at gmail dot com

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  189. Beautiful! I would make a lap quilt for my family room. It needs some color to keep it cheery all winter long. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  190. I would let the lovely fabric marinate a while and then let it tell me what to make. Thanks!
    Joye

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  191. You are so right Bonnie, the fabrics are luscious. I've had this pattern I want to try for awhile from Moda Bakeshop called "Simply Woven". These fabrics would look so lovely in this quilt. Thanks for all do and this great giveaway. Mona from Melbourne

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  192. Thank you for your generosity. I would love to make a charity quilt with this beautiful happy fabric. I am still working on my quest of making 100 quilts for the people in Chile that lost everything on that horrible earthquake some years ago. Txs

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  193. I've been teaching my 5 year old granddaughter to quilt and she LOVES bright colors so we would make large pinwheel blocks with these. she now sits on my lap at the machine but she has started to want to sit in front of the machine in her own chair and let me sit next to her and run the foot pedal. She would be so excited if she won these!!

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  194. Lazy Sunday on the way!

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  195. I LOVE LOVE LOVE these colours ! Thanks for the chance, I would make a quilt for my daughter.

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  196. Would love to make a double slice layer cake!! Beautiful!!

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  197. We our expecting our first Granddaughter February 1st. I did a Quiltmaker "Spinout" in John Deere fabrics, so I will need to do something just as special for his new sister! What a gorgeous way to welcome a new member of the family with such happy fabric!

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  198. Those fabrics would make a great quilt .... for my very first GRANDAUGHTER! OMG!

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  199. Oh my! That is some beautiful fabric and I haven't started Lazy Sunday yet so it would be perfect. Pick Me! Pick Me!

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