Friday, January 14, 2011

Dream On Giveaway! (Giveaway ended!)


I just realized I promised you all a giveaway today!

I am decidedly not in the "stash pact" or "fabric diet" camp this year. Actually I've ordered a bit more fabric than usual the last couple of weeks and bought more yarn than I could ever knit in the next coming months. Oh well, I've got other things on my plate right now than suffering defeat at another failed resolution. But in the spirit of supporting all of you who have made this resolution, how's about a gift of fabric?? It's OK if you didn't buy it yourself, right??

Dream On is such a gorgeous line from Urban Chiks for Moda, based on the designs of vintage sheets and ripe with sherbet-y pinks, greens, yellows, blues and oranges. I finished my Dream On quilt (you can see the whole thing by the link to it on my sidebar) this fall, and this fabric was truly a "dream" to sew with. Would you like to make one yourself? 

For this giveaway I have not one, but TWO jelly rolls, FOUR YARDS of the beautiful patchwork cheater print for the backing and a half yard of the stripe in orange for a binding for one reader. Just add batting and maybe a solid and that's enough for one HUGE quilt! 

Hopefully that will help someone lessen the pain of their fabric hunger pangs. All you have to do is leave me a comment telling me what is the number one project you would most love to complete in 2011, whether it be a quilt of a particular design, a crocheted granny afghan, a knitted sweater or just your first ever big sewing project. Be specific, I love to read the details! (My own goal is to complete my "Ode to Denyse Schmidt Colorwheel" quilt and my Liberty of London hexagon quilt!)

For a second chance to win, become a follower,

and for a third chance, blog or tweet about my giveaway!

Please, please make sure your blogger is not set to no-reply, or leave an email address so I can contact you. The winner will be chosen on Thursday the 20th of January. Good luck!

896 comments:

  1. Oh, I would so love to complete my 'insanity' quilt... It's not nearly so bad as the inspirational quilt, mine is just about 1300 hexagons hand stitched, but crazy nonetheless!! Thank you for your blog and the giveaway.

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  2. my number one goal right now is to actually complete the scrappy qayg log cabin quilt. i want a queen size cover for my bed by summer. thanks for the giveaway!

    knottygnome@gmail.com

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  3. I would love to make a dresden plate quilt this year! In yellows like sunflowers for my college daughter. Thanks for a lovely giveaway.
    butler83atoldotcom

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  4. I am a follower gfc and google reader.

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  5. I would really really really like to get curtains sew for all the naked windows in my house. we've been living here over a year and some still have the mini blinds hung!

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  6. Wow, what an amazing giveaway :) I really want to get my Wonky ABC quilt that is in my head done :)

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  7. Look at all that lovely fabric!!! I and to make Christmas quilts for the kids BEFORE Christmas this year .. he he!

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  8. I posted about your giveaway on my facebook page :)

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  9. Ooooooh! I love this giveaway! I absolutely love your blog and would be very excited to win! My number one project that is on my docket for this year is my sherbet pips quilt. It's made from improvisational log cabin style blocks and I'm 15 blocks into the 20 I need. I haven't started to think about the back yet, but I know I want it to be pieced and fun!

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  10. I'm already a follower (and big fan)! :)

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  11. I am going to finish a granny stripe blanket this year. To be specific, before July, because than a miracle will happen on which my sister & her husband have been waiting for for 10 years: their baby will be born! If everything else on my to
    'make' list fails, I will make this.
    I am a follower!

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  12. my goal is to get my king sized t shirt quilt quilted this year!

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  13. I would love to make myself a quilt. There are 2 lines of fabric I would choose from! Meadowsweet 1/2 and the other would be Tailor Made by Cosmo Cricket.

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  14. I am hoping to tackle the stash this year . . . I have buckets of Amy B and then there's my FMF which I really want to create something with but am too afraid to cut into. So, if I can get a couple of quilts knocked out AND finish my granny square pillow (seriously, who thought I could actually finish a granny square blanket?), I'll be happy.

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  15. Such a pretty line! I'd love to play with it! :)

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  16. I'm hoping to finish a red/black/gray improv. square quilt for my cousin's graduation, so I will give a quilt to someone on time for a change!

    Awesome giveaway - thanks for hosting it!

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  17. Part of my stash dieting plan is to actually get on with trying different things and use what I've got. So even though I've initially signed up to an 8 week fabric fast, after that I intend buying fabric with particular projects in mind. I really want to finish my hand stitched hexie quilt and I'm on the home stretch as I'm working on the binding right now. Other things I really want to do this year is some simple dressmaking and a quilt large enough to go on the end of my bed - which I've found a little daunting up to now becaues of managing the quilting on a regular sewing machine.

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  18. And I follow you with my Google Reader :)

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  19. So much and such pretty fabric! After making many small quilts, I definitely am making a large one for my own bed this year.:)

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  20. I really want to finish my first real-sized (twin) quilt. Now that the "I must finish by Christmas" adrenaline has worn off, I'm not feeling the pressure, and it's just sitting there.

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  21. My big sewing project this year is a giant wall hanging for above my sofa. It's going to be done in all solids. I can't wait!

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  22. Woohoo for support of those on a fabric diet!! This would definitely feed my need for some yummy fabric!

    One of my number one projects to do this year is a super mario bros. quilt for one of my brothers. It's going to be awesome!

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  23. Well right now I really want to finish my sweet pea quilt. It's a cinderberry stitches quilt. But I have some other projects that are on my to do list for the year. You can check all out here: http://bethann-mn.blogspot.com/2011/01/goals-for-2011.html

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  24. I'm already a follower and a huge fan!

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  25. This year I need to have more fun, which for me is to spend more time in my sewing room. I have lost my mother and my sister in the past two years and I need to lock in to the joy in life. I also have learned not to put things off since you don't know if later will be an option. I am really determined to make this happen.

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  26. We are building a cabin on our property in the mountains this summer, so I want to make a massive flannel quilt for cold winter nights:)
    beckymac1 at hotmail dot com

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  27. My biggest goal for the year is to design an original, very modern quilt - or even a series! I think inspiration has struck, now to begin!

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  28. My number one project is to finish two quilts that I started for my boys. I had hoped to have them ready by Christmas but I had a little detour :-( AND I would love to learn how to knit something other then a scarf :-) Great giveaway!

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  29. Lovely! I'm committed to Stash Pact and so giveaways are always nice. I'm committed to finishing at least two quilts and two garments this year. The first quilt is for my sister and which I started at the end of last year. The second quilt is using some Anna Maria Horner flannel that was part of my last fabric purchase of 2010. (my email is poohba02 (at) yahoo (dot)com) Thanks for hosting this lovely giveaway!

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  30. My goal is to complete a quilt for a queen-sized bed I'm doing the hexagons (not paper-pieced) from Julie's quilt-along earlier last year. Don't know how to quilt something that size, but I'm game! I've started piecing it, but have a long ways to go!
    P.S. I probably should be on the fabric diet, too, but I'm not. It's my personal stimulus package-I don't want anyone to go out of business!

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  31. The first thing I want to finish this year would be the mystery quilt from Bonnie ..roll roll cotton ball.
    Then I have four baby quilts that I need to get done before April.

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  32. I'm a follower! And what a generous give-away you have!

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  33. I'm hoping to finish my hexagon quilt! It's queen size so it may be a bit ambitious to try and finish this year.

    My other goal is to try to finish more projects before I start new ones. I have a real problem with having too many things going at once and so I feel like I never finish anything!

    Thanks so much for the chance to win. This fabric is yummy!

    figure8angel[AT]gmail[DOT]com

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  34. following...
    beckymac1 at hotmail dot com

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  35. Now a follower!

    figure8angel[AT]gmail[DOT]com

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  36. I would love to finish a purple and green bargello quilt this year... it's one of my biggest UFOs and I would like to give it as a wedding gift later this year.

    Awesome giveaway!! Thanks for the chance to win this great fabric!

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  37. I blogged about your giveaway...be prepared for all kinds of people coming because they're on the fabric diet with me. LOL.

    http://cuttopieces.blogspot.com/2011/01/fabulous-giveawayspecifically-for.html

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  38. My project for this year is to learn how to bind my quilts. I just started quilting and I am not afraid of free motion on my machine but hand binding is a different story.

    I'd be nice to actually finish a quilt from start to end all myself.

    Thanks for a great giveaway

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  39. My number one goal is to finish a baby quilt that I started in december. It normally takes me two days to complete one but this one is different. It needs to be freemotionquilted with some wiggles and stars in it (and I had many people suggest solutions for the quilting until we came up with this!). And I have never ever fmq before! So in order to complete this quilt I need to learn how to fmq...
    This would be perfect for a project to procrastinate starting on the quilt :)
    Thank you!

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  40. OMG! I want this fabric so badly and I'm on a fabric diet! Fabulous giveaway! As for a project I hope to complete, I'd really like to make something with all the Munki charms I've collected. I can't decide on a project though!

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  41. Ever since I saw Elizabeth Hartman's Kitchen Window, I have had a hankering to make it. I have no idea what fabrics I would use...something modern, I know that much, but then half the enjoyment comes from deciding which fabric to use. It's a bit like going on holiday...I love all the planning and reading and sussing out places before I go there.

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  42. I am on an undeclared fabric buying ban. I know I will fail, so I chose to not declare anything. I never bought any dream on and I love it so......
    My goal is to finish my orange/grey/snails sampler quilt
    http://oversewn.blogspot.com/2010/10/orange-and-grey-snail-sampler-sort-of.html

    And blog more :)

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  43. Oh such pretty fabric. My number one goal for this year (and the month or so) is to complete a baby quilt for my almost born granddaughter. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  44. I am already a follower. Great blog too BTW.

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  45. I follow you on Google Reader!

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  46. I stalk. Sorry, follow, you ;)

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  47. Aaaand I blogged about the giveaway!

    http://sunflowerquilts.blogspot.com/

    Thanks!

    Jennie

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  48. I really really want to finish the quilt with the blocks from my quilting bee I was in last year.

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  49. Omg, so insanely generous! And I AM on a fabric diet!
    I'd like to finalize a design for my Heather Ross tribute quilt, make my Far Far Away sand castles quilt, make the hubs a Super Mario quilt for Christmas. But you said one major thing, so that would be to sew more for me and actually keep something this year! lol

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  50. I would love to first complete my unfinished quilts (I think I have 4 or 5)! and then, as a reward - start AND finish my FMF quilt! Cannot wait - haven't decided for certain on the pattern to use, but most likely Square in a Square with some coordinating solids.

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  51. I already follow you in my google reader. {love that thing!}

    Thanks for the great great give away!!!

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  52. My first goal is to assemble my sewing room in our new house :) After that, I'd like to finish out a few doll quilts I have already started...and maybe make a throw sized one for snuggling up on the couch. I know my daughters would love the Dream On fabric - it would make great throws for their beds in their new room!

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  53. i would love this! this year i hope to complete a liberty stars quilt along. 56 hand pieced stars from liberty and amh voiles - so far i've done half of one!!!!!!
    carlandrach@optusnet.com.au

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  54. I am also a follower through Google Reader :)

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  55. I have made the resolution not to buy a scrap of fabric this year. I have a horrible feeling it's not going to be easy though, but I am quite looking forward to busting my wips and flying through my stash to back quilts and stuff.
    My biggie for this year is to finish up my hexy MF quilt and to make the blooming single girl quilt that has been nagging at me to start for the longest time.

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  56. Count me in, Megan! I am a follower, of course!

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  57. I would love to finish my first quilt (which right now will either be a charm pack baby quilt OR a postage stamp quilt). We'll see!!

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  58. although it's against my better judgement and waters down my chances of winning, I'm off to tweet your giveaway ;)

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  59. I want to design at least one quilt and write the pattern for it. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

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  60. and i follow you via google reader
    carlandrach@optusnet.com.au

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  61. As for my project to finish...well, I have about 5 on the go and enough fabric stashed for MANY more, but my #1 thing to do is to finish a quilt for ME :-) Have got one started, so on my way!

    Love Dream On, thanks for the giveaway!

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  62. What would I most like to finish in 2011? How about a complete quilt? Especially my WIPs! My machine broke in the summer, I got a new one... but between working full time and starting grad school and moving from 2000 sq feet to 840 sq feet, I just have not had time (or space) to sew. The Austin Modern Quilt Guild is heading out for a retreat in February, and my goal is to finish (except for binding, which I can do at home while watching tv) one entire quilt... if not two quilts! See, this is how I get myself into trouble! :)

    rainylakechick at gmail dot com

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  63. I'm a follower! Thanks so much for the give-a-way. I would never have found your blog, if you weren't asking others to post on their blog. :)

    rainylakechick at gmail dot com

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  64. Awesome! Giveaway! I'm totally in love with dream on and would love more of it. I'm not in on any flickr pact, but I am on a self imposed buying ban, so...My big goal this year is to get my very long term scrap quilt done.

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  65. Hello.

    Great giveaway, thanks for the opportunity. As I think of an answer, I can't really decided between two projects. The first project I would like to sucessfully complete (the keyword here being sucessfully... or completemaybe) is the Blossom Shoulder Bag by Amy Butler. I love it, Ithink it's really me and would love to have one made by me.
    The second project is a bit more abstract. I would love to make a piece of clothing for myself,like a jacket or a dress. That would lookgood of course ;)

    sandyown[at]gmail.com

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  66. I am, of course, a follower, and a particular fan of Mr. Norman ;)

    sandyown[at]gmail.com

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  67. My number one project is to quilt the five tops that I have done. I guess that is really five projects, but I'm lumping them into one. If I do one a month, I should be able to have another five unfinished tops by the end of the year! hahaha

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  68. I am a follower! Love your blog.

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  69. I have about half of the yoyos finished for a yoyo quilt. Only 600 left to make ... and then sewing them together. I WILL finish this year. I WILL also finish a quilt made out of antique handkerchiefs for my daughter. And ... a t-shirt quilt for my son? Sure. Why not. And then I can start something for ME with this cheery fabric if I'm lucky enough to win it.

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  70. To kick off the year, I'm planning to join in on Quilt Dad's Blogger Block-a-Palooza. Since I'm a new quilter this is going to be a big project for me and I'm sure I'll learn a lot.

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  71. And I'm a follower. Thanks for such a generous giveaway!

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  72. I just want to survive the next few months! I blogged my to-sew list today and got a little scared. But once all that blows over, I really want to learn to free-motion quilt. Only being able to straight-line quilt is really holding me back.

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  73. Love the giveaway. I really want to finish my Life is Beautiful quilt this year. Now I am off to clean my sewing room/library.

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  74. A Color Wheel Quilt...I just love the way they sparkle.

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  75. I have just blogged about this giveaway at www(dot)happiestwhencrafting(dot)blogspot(dot)com

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  76. I love the fabrics in the give away! the one project I would love to finish is my Shang Ri La, I started 2 yrs ago!!

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  77. My number one project is to get my sewing organized. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  78. I hope to finish handquilting my tiny flying geese quilt this year, or even just start, or maybe just get it basted... Thank you for such a great giveaway, your quilt is amazing!

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  79. Wow! That is a fabulous giveaway. I guess I have two main completion goals this year. A baby quilt for my best friend who is due with her first child any day now and the owlette sweater for me--although that one isn't even started yet.

    chancyf at gmail dot com

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  80. The project that I would like to complete this year is to make a queen sized quilt for our bed. The largest quilt I've completed is a twin sized for my son's bed. I really want to use my Nicey Jane fabrics, but I can't decide on a pattern, so I haven't started it yet.

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  81. This fabric is beautiful!

    This year I definitely want to make a quilt for my daughter's big girl bed before baby #2 makes his/her appearance in July.

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  82. I have all the pieces cut out for Oh Fransson's Tokyo Subway Map Quilt -- I really, really want to finish that quilt but the number of pieces and accuracy required is intimidating me.

    Also, I gave my mom a queen-sized quilt top for Christmas and I must quilt it soon. The problem that it is a very traditional quilt (which I normally don't make) with both appliqué and piecing and many borders and I have no idea how to quilt it. Stippling just won't cut it!

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  83. I have many projects I would like to finish this year. One being my own bed quilt which has sat in a project box for 2 years.

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  84. This year I would love to do a queen sized pickle dish quilt for my guest bedroom. I know it's going to be a lot of work but I'm excited to give it a try!

    Thanks for the great giveaway, I love Dream On!

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  85. I'm making a baby quilt for my friend who's a mom-to-be. I've never finished a large project in such short notice!

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  86. this year I want to make the munki quilt with all those scraps I have been saving.

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  87. I want to finish the quilt for my son. I cut it out before he was born nearly seven months ago, and I just haven't gotten back to it yet. Oops! I think it just might be time...

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  88. Wonderful giveaway! Thanks for a chance to win!
    There are a ton of things I would like to finish, but my big goal for the year is to knit a sweater or cardigan for all my nieces and nephews (there's 9), plus my two kids, for Christmas this year.
    Thanks again for the giveaway.

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  89. I'm also a follower. Love your blog. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  91. I am a follower of your lovely blog! One of my goals for this year is to complete several comfort quilts. One is for my sister who has cancer and another for my friend that has ALS.

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  92. This might be the most amazing giveaway ever! I really loved the look of every quilt I saw done in "Dream On", but it came out right in the midst of my only successful attempt at curbing my fabric-buying addiction. :D

    What I most want to finish this year is a bed-sized quilt made with Nicey Jane and a Minick & Simpson pattern. I've been working on it for about a year, so I'd really love to go into 2012 with it off the books!

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  93. I'd much love to sew my & my boys new curtains, and to finish the space-quilt for my little astronaut =D
    Tks fr this great giveaway, love Dream on!! xoxo

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  94. I'm also a follower of your blog!

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  95. I need to make my sister's wedding quilt (already late as is....it's black, white, and red for sure but I keep vacillating on the design). I'd like to make a string quilt, spiderweb quilt, and/or a version of the tokyo subway quilt for myself.

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  96. Thank you for a chance to win such a wonderful giveaway!

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  97. Oops, I didn't read the directions!

    I would most like to (need to!) finish my son's bats & owls quilt for his big-boy-room--he's got to be in there before his sister is born in May!

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  98. i want to get rid of some of my stash this year. although that does not mean that i don't want to win this fabric! i'm trying not to buy stuff. as for specifics i would like to make a spiderweb quilt.

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  99. My Mom is making me a quilt with lots of cats on it, (since I have 5 of my own) :), so I'd love to have this to accent the quilt with! It would go great!! :)

    Beth

    bethalee13 [@] gmail.com

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  100. I'm also a new follower!! Found you at Cut to Pieces!!
    Beth

    bethalee13 [@] gmail.com

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  101. I'm going to tackle my "Hope Valley" double wedding ring quilt. I was so inspired by this quilt: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ktelschow/4697834298/in/faves-44335570@N00/
    Gorgeous, right??

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  102. Thanks for the great giveaway! My main goal for the year (so far), is to complete a monochromatic quilt for the project modern challenge #2. I/m also hoping to show this completed quilt at the Sisters Quilt show in Sister, Oregon this summer!

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  103. I'm a follower! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  104. I started working on a signature quilt for my sister signed by her roller derby team the Hot Rod Honeys. I decided to embroider all of the names to make them more permanent and lost steam after I realized how long the embroidery alone was going to take. I am really anxious to get past that part and move onto the piecing and quilting! Honestly I don't have a full design in place because I am still trying to figure out how to make a hot pink and black & white checkered quilt not look obnoxious!
    Thanks for the chance to win this dream of a giveaway!

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  105. I tweeted about your giveaway!!
    Beth
    bethalee13 [@] gmail.com

    http://twitter.com/#!/markgirlbeth/status/26012620951658497

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  106. On my 2011 todo list: Rectangle Reverie :)

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  107. I'm trying to get a set of three Beatrix Potter quilts done for my baby girl's nursery. So far I only have one flimsy done. I love dream on and I only have a tiny bit of it. I would love some more! Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  108. so very lovely! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  109. I'm working on a knitted baby blanket for a friend. Hopefully the baby doesn't show up before the blanket is done :S

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  110. This year I want to hand stitch my mom a nice tablecloth for her new kitchen table. Either embroider something or piece it together, but something really nice that she can keep for years.

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  111. The one project I really want to finish is the quilt I have working on for my daughter since the middle of last year. All it needs is to be quilted and bound.
    Thanks for the opportunity to enter your fantastic giveaway!!

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  112. I also follow your blog. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  113. I would love to finish 2 bee quilts- nearly have all the blocks for one. I have bought more fabric than usual in the last month- sales, no diet!

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  114. I am a regular follower. What a wonderful giveaway you're having!! Thanks!!!!

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  115. I'm a follower! Btw I love your dream on quilt!

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  116. I too have plenty of unfinished items but the one that I really really want to get finished is the plane quilt for my son's bed.

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  117. I would like to get a couple of sets of swap blocks sewn into tops. Thanks for having
    a giveaway.

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  118. And just Started following you :)

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  119. My goal is to make socks for everyone on my short list for Christmas. So that makes 8 pairs. I would also like to knit myself a sweater, but I haven't found the pattern yet.

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  120. I think I have about 12 quilts I'd love to finish this year. The one I'm most excited about is one for my brother who is getting married this summer to a British girl. It's going to be a fun one!

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  121. Oh goodness, what do I want to complete? Lord the list is so long! Well, when Sherbet Pips comes out, I want to make a crazy log cabin quilt with that fabric as a wall hanging. I also have a Denise Schmidt cheater panel that I need to quilt and get done...so those two things!

    marcijdebetaz (at) hotmail {dotcom}

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  122. I have been admiring this line at my local shop but in an attempt to use some of my stash up I only bought the orange stripe. My number one 2011 project...To complete the Toyoko Subway quilt from Elizabeth's blog.

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  123. Wow! Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win! Right now I am working on two different quilts which both happen to be tutorials! I hope much more will come this year :)

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  124. Well, since my daughter, Beth, posted that she wants her cat quilt, I guess that is the project I would most like to finish. :) Since it is January and I need to finish it in 2011, I should have plenty of time. The fabric would be a great addition if I won. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  125. This year, I would really really like to make a hexagon quilt. I love looking at all the little hexagons in the Hex Bees on Flickr. I have no idea if I'm patient enough to make one, but I'd like to try!

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  126. I've made one quilt from Gail Lawther's new book - I'd love to complete them all this year!

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  127. out of the things that i've started, and haven't finished - i really want to finish the two quilts i started for my girl's last year. they were my first official quilts that i started, but because of the christmas rush, and swaps, and whatever else, they got put on the back burner.

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  128. I'm already a follower and I just blogged about it at howaboutpinkplease.blogspot.com.

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  129. i added you to my link list on my blog (which is how i follow). :)

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  130. What a generous giveaway! I have many goals this year, but one of them is to finish a "full-size" quilt. I tend to do lots of small projects, but I'd like to finish one big one this year!

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  131. I simply must finish 1) a quilt for my friend whose husband passed away to cancer (made from his shirts) Hopefully finished by February (when he passed away) and 2) a quilt for her 4 year old daughter also from dad's shirts.

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  132. Oh, what a great giveaway! I'd love to have this!!! Thanks!

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  133. I added you to the weekly link list at my other site http://quiltygiveaways.blogspot.com

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  134. Oh my goodness, wow - great fabric giveaway!! My top project this year is my king size Single Girl quilt, in reds, aquas and possibly grays, and so far, I've made zero progress. Well, maybe not zero, but I haven't cut into a single piece of fabric yet.

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  135. First and foremost on my 2011 list is a baby quilt I started for my grandson - who is now 2. I hope to have it done before he outgrows such a small sized quilt!

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  136. I hope to make a quilt, any quilt! I have never dared start on one as I'm a relatively new sewer. Thanks for the chance.

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  137. I started quilting in sept 10, i made 4 mini quilts last year and my mum a single quilt, this year i would love to make my little girl a quilt for her big bed

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  138. Oh, my big project would be a quilt for my bed! I have some Modern Meadow fat quarters I have been saving, and I have plans to make a Turning Twenty Quilt.

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  139. I am also already a follower. Hope that counts!

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  140. The project I would most like to do this year is a cross-stitch of a prayer. It is beautiful and I have had the pattern for years. I just lack the courage to attempt such a large cross-stitch. Second, I would like to make a quilt combining Rail Fence with the Ohio Star for my Aunt who lives in Ohio. She would love it.

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  141. My #1 project is to finish a quilt I started for my sister in law. It was for her last birthday (June.) Hopefully I get it finished for her next one? :-)

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  142. And I'd love how to learn how to crochet proficiently this year! I only know a couple stitches right now...need lots of practice. And I'd love to tackle a few quilts on my to-do list....

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  143. EEEKKK! What a fab giveaway!! I love this line!
    I would totally love to dive into the pickledish quilt, but want to be 110% sure that I finish it and not just give up on it... know what I mean? If I am working on something too long I get sick of looking at it, and off it goes into a pile of "If I look at this quilt top one more time I'm gonna yak!"

    proboh1@yahoo.com

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  144. My big finish this year will be a paint by number deer quilt for my hubby! He has been patiently waiting for a quilt forever! Nice giveaway!

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  145. Wow, what a giveaway! I would love to make something with Dream On! I want to finish my lady of the lake quilt that I just began.

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  146. I am follower! Thanks for a chance to win such an awesome giveaway.

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  147. LOL, what an awesome reason for a giveaway -- thanks so much for it:) I'm fully in support of your acquiring new craft supplies while the rest of us are not!

    The project that comes to mind for me is a sawtooth star quilt made with Heather Ross fabrics in the centre squares. I'm even in the process of quilting it right now, and of course my sewing machine started to malfunction and is currently in the shop. I'm kind of sad about the quilting, as I was overly ambitious and decided to go free-motion meandering, but the quilt is just so huge (almost 80" square) that I find it really hard to control. I just keep reminding myself that the recipient, my brother, will never notice!

    Thanks again and have an awesome weekend:)

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  148. Thank you so much for this chance!!!

    My #1 goal for the year is to finish an I-Spy quilt for my 5 year old. I was part of a swap last year and have been inching along...but have never been really motivated. Regardless of my interest level, my son is desperate to see this thing finished. So, I MUST persevere.
    Thanks again!

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  149. I'm not doing the stash pact thing either, but I am making more of an effort to avoid buying things that aren't for specific projects. The project I would like to complete this year? I want to make a crib or lap-sized double wedding ring and learn to hand quilt in preparation for the king-sized version I'll be making next year for my parents' 40th wedding anniversary.

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  150. Paper piecing!! One of 2 quilting resolutions! (the other is to learn how to do triangles) i am making a Harry Potter quilt out of 5" paper pieced blocks. Or, at least i am going to try! I have never used a jelly roll but i hear they are fantastic!!
    -Jessica
    Mugirl113 at gmail dot com

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  151. My number one goal is to complete the 4 thangles quilts that I have partly done. I would have enough to give each of my children a new quilt. 2 of them have the blocks all done in bright colors. The third one has a few blocks done and the fourth only has the pieces in a bag. I would really like to finish them in 2011. Along with a lot of other projects. THe fabric is beautiful in your giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  152. And I am also already a follower!
    Mugirl113 at gmail dot com

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  153. I would love to complete my "polka dot" quilt. I have been collecting dots for about 6 years now, I am obsessed with them. I want a white and dot quilt, huge and all for me!

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  154. I would love to attempt a string quilt. They are so beautiful. I just need to collect enough scraps. I'm also going to attempt embroidery and try knitting again. I prefer crochet over knitting, but I'll see if I change my mind.

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  155. I became a follower. I love your blog.

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  156. Goals for this year, sewing wise, are: Two Weekenders (bridal shower gifts. One is over due and one needs to be done by May), a Roundabout quilt for my son that I started last weekend, a string quilt for my sister (wedding gift that I thought I had until Sept to make but they move the wedding to May. Eeek!), and a quilt for the new baby girl we just had in Dec. Hopefully this will all be done by June-ish.... Hmmm, maybe not. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  157. I'd just love to make a zig-zag quilt this year. I know it's not too ambitious, but I love them! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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