Thursday, August 18, 2011

cabbages & roses GIVEAWAY!!




I {heart} Cabbages & Roses...and I know you do, too!

 I was super excited when they asked if I would be part of a giveaway for their new line of fabric with Moda! The BEST part??? It is going to be sold in the United States, through Moda beginning in September!




To celebrate with my readers, Cabbages & Roses wants to send the lucky winner of my giveaway 1 yard of the gorgeous fabric shown below..



and a coordinating solid blue, too!






Did I mention the fabric is 54" wide, and is 55% linen/45% cotton?? Just think of the project possibilities! Need ideas?? Visit the Cabbages & Roses website for some stunning inspiration!



If you have not yet heard about C&R new collaboration with Moda, click here to read all about it and see some stunning photography on the C&R blog!



Now for the rules of the giveaway...

Easy peasy...just leave me a comment on this post telling me what you would do with the farbic!

 Would you make pillows? Cover a chair? How about a new fall skirt? Hmmm...the possibilities are endless, so do share!

Giveaway comments will close on Thursday August 25th, at midnight Central time. Winner will be chosen via Random.org and announced Friday August 26th.

Good luck, girls! I can't wait to hear your project ideas!

***comments for this giveaway are now closed***



153 comments:

  1. I would probably make an apron!

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  2. I would love to make a pillow or perhaps a banner....love the fabric!

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  3. I would make a dress for my daughter and a pillow for her new "big girl bed"...awesome!!

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  4. I would use it to cover an antique French chair that I found recently.

    Leeann x

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  5. Ooooh! LOVE C&R! Excellent giveaway! I would definitely make some pillow covers for my office/guest room makeover! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  6. I would probably make some pillows. Love the C&R!

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  7. i would definitely make a skirt, what a great summer fabric that would make!

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  8. This material would be perfect for some pillows for my denium couch that needs sprucing up badly. Thanks for the chance.

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  9. I would have to use this in my bedroom, maybe a cute little quilt, or a cover to something. Maybe even curtains, but it would go in my bedroom for sure!

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  10. I couldn't decide, but I love the apron and banner ideas!

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  11. Pillows for my 4 seasons sunroom and cover a chair seat to go with my beautiful white desk from urban farmgirl! That would be dreamy...

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  12. Wonderful giveaway! I would make a tote bag with ruffles. Thank you.
    Linda

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  13. I would probably make some comfy pillows or some curtains

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  14. Pillows, I love 'em. Then again that skirt looks too cute :)

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  15. Such gorgeous fabric! I would turn this into skirts for my daughter and myself.

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  16. Make a little slipcover for a chair!

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  17. I would cover a footstool and use the rest in a collage painting. Very cool fabric!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  18. oh wow! I love C&R:) I would use this in so many ways! Probably in several small projects to make a yard go farther. one thing would be a pennant garland:) Delightful. oh I want to win!!

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  19. I love C&R. I would make new curtains for the living room. Love your blog and this giveaway. Thanks! Susan

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  20. I think it would make cute cafe curtains! Great giveaway!

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  21. What a wonderful giveaway and I am so excited that we will be able to get the fabric here soon! I have been wanting to redo a vanity seat I have in something romantic and nothing would be better than Cabbages And Roses!! Thanks so much, Mary!

    XO,
    Janie

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  22. How I LOVE C&R! I would make a bag & some pillows!
    Thank you for the opp to enter your wonderful giveaway, Mary!
    ~ Zuzu

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  23. oh my....what WOULDN'T I do with the fabric?? ;)
    I have a couple chairs I'd like to recover...some new slipcovers for our dining room chairs...love their fabric!

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  24. Yea!! I love Cabbages and Roses! I'm thinking...oh gosh, I don't know what I'd make. Probably a clutch since that's what I love sewing these days. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  25. How exciting! I would have a hard time deciding! New throw pillows, cover my desk chair, skirt the desk? Thanks!

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  26. What gorgeous fabric! Blue is my favourite color! I would make pillows for our sofas and every last scrap would be made into a patched tablerunner for the kitchen because the rose pattern would go so well with my Cottage Rose canisters and teapot I just posted about. Love Cabbages and Roses and thanks for the chance at this great giveaway.

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  27. I am having trouble with comment. Hope it works. Would love to win C & R fabric. I would make pillow cover or a tote or both! Thanks.

    sharyates@gmail.com

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  28. I'm thinking some for just ME! A skirt, a bag, a dress... the possibilities are endless! And the fact that it's a blend of linen and cotton, oh my! Moda is my favorite fabric line and I'm so excited that they have teamed up with Cabbages and Roses....

    ~Chris

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  29. First a totebag! I'd carry it everywhere...then a skirt for a chest I have, missing drawers :)

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  30. I have a lovely small chair in my bedroom that needs a new cover. I'd either re-upholster or make a slipcover, depending on how much energy I have at the time I decide. :)

    Thx for the chance to win this beautiful fabric.

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  31. Oooo...would probably make some pillow covers for our family room (which is in much need of a makeover)!!

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  32. a table cloth ......or pillows....I would have to buy more so that I could have both!!!!!

    Andrea
    AndeM1@hotmail.com

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  33. Gorgeous! Definitely pillow covers with button closures!

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  34. I would make a couple of dreamy pillows for sure !!!!

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  35. I would make a pillow
    annwwins@yahoo.com

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  36. YAY, I am so happy they will be selling here in the states.
    I adore their prints and would have to use it for comfy throws on the couch, or I would make small panels to frame.
    Oh there is so much I would do with it, the possibilities are endless.
    Amy

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  37. Love the fabric! Lets see, I could make a apron perhaps!

    Other ideas: table runner, cushion for bistro chair......

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  38. Swap out, burlap backed pillow shams for my bed...and a small tote with those leftovers, and then some small lavender sachets with those leftovers and then with the scraps, some small "patch" repairs. <3
    xx
    z

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  39. gorgeous fabric.. I think I would make skirts (covers) for my bottom sink cabinets and a little matching curtain...so cute!!

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  40. That fabric would make beautiful pillow covers for our reading room/office! Love them!!
    -Dayla

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  41. Aprons! I just love to sew aprons and I believe this gorgeous material would make the most beautiful aprons.

    Irma :)

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  42. Pillows! I have a blue bedroom and a bed that needs some sprucing up. A few throw pillows would look awesome!

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  43. Hi Mary- I have two scrumptious big single seats to cover and i have started patchworking random colours of white & calico together to make slip colours- i would make extra cushions to throw onto these...

    Gorgeous fabrics...

    Melissa- Miss Sew & So
    xx

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  44. Oh, beautiful!! I would love to make some pillows for my sunroom's window seat!

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  45. I think a tote would be in order, or perhaps a pillow, or a small tablecloth, or...

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  46. I think I'd try curtains, for our some-day nursery!

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  47. I've been just dying for their US line to come out! It's all gorgeous! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  48. Lovely fabric! I would probably make either pillowcases or throw pillows...thanks for the chance to win...:).

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  49. I'd cover my piano bench, it's waiting for a perfect fabric!

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  50. A ruffled pillow I would make with this gorgeous fabric.

    Danielle

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  51. I would make a lovely seat cover for the chair I'm redoing for my daughters room and also a beautiful few pillows to go with. Maybe, I could do a curtain, she only has one room...oh swoon the possibilities!

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  52. Greetings from the Amish settlement of Lebanon,Pa. thought id say hello. Richard from Amish Stories.

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  53. I would make a pillow!! Looooooooove this fabric

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  54. LOVE blue and white print fabric! I would recover my desk chair and hope there is enough left to make a pillow. Thanks for a generous, fabulous giveaway.

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  55. Hi! I would so enjoy the whole decision process of what to make. I would most likely make a pillow or a basket liner, or a bunch of lavender sachets, or a bag, or a ..........(I'm obsessed with fabrics!).....thanks for a chance to win! Leslie

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  56. Oh wow! I could make some new pillows for my bedroom to go with my new gray walls! Thanks for the chance to win!

    tot

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  57. I would make some throw pillows for my best friend who is re-doing her bedroom in blue and white!

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  58. Pillows, pillows, pillows!

    Maybe a purse too.

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  59. Very lovely fabric, I would make a cushion for the garden :) x

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  60. Woohoo! I heart C&R too. I would love a set of pretty pillows for our bedroom which has yet to be made over.

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  61. BEautiful! I would cover an old chair that I just repainted. My theme is blue and white and this fabric would work perfectly. Thanks, Maureen mb99999@yahoo.com

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  62. ooh, i would make myself an apron!!! or a pillow case!!! Soooo lovely!!!

    XOXO's,
    Jessie

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  63. i would make matching aprons for me and my daughter!

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  64. I would use it to cover a chair!
    gunner_fanatic7@hotmail.com

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  65. I love this fabric and would add it to a quilt or cover a dressing chair.

    Lynn Fox-Embrey
    saving4rainyday@gmail.com

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  66. pillows, pillows, pillows for my daughter's bed!

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  67. love this fabric! i'd probably make some pillows for my new porch, or maybe an apron or skirt! thanks for the chance.
    kathi

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  68. I would make a cute little apron. I hope I win!

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  69. What a lovely give a way....I would sew some market bags and use one as a give away..aren't things better shared?
    xo

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  70. I would make and then post some GORGEOUS chair cushions. Love that fabric!

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  71. Oh, I NEED this, Mary!!!
    I would promptly set out to find someone who actually knows how to sew to make me some gorgeous linens for my blue and white kitchen!!!

    Thank you for the chance, sweet friend!

    XOXO,
    Anne

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  72. I'd probably work this into pillows and possibly a small tablerunner - who knows?! It's just beautiful, and I'd love to have some of this.

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  73. I would make some cushions, a lavender bag and a runner for the table. This fabric is divine.

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  74. I love the fabric!!! I'd make a ruffle headband and a pillow!!! So cute:)

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  75. I'd make a runner for my kitchen table.

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  76. Pillows, pillows and more pillows! My master bedroom is in dire need of a facelift and this gorgeous fabric would be perfect!! Thanks!

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  77. Oh, it's so beautiful!! I'd love to make some beautiful pillows with it or use it for a quilt. Making a patchwork quilt is definitely on my learn to do list! :)

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  78. I believe I would possibly use the fabric in our wee vintage travel trailer. We plan on renovating her because of dryrot and I will need fabric to make curtains and pillows. If I don't win, I will be buying their fabric when it becomes available here in America! yippee.

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  79. What a wonderful prize.
    I think I would just savour the beauty of the fabric for awhile first. How the colour palette and the gentle threads would speak to me could determine its outcome...
    Susan

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  80. Beautiful fabric! I would thoroughly enjoy using the fabric to make pillow covers for my new bed! It would be a perfect match to the duvet cover I am making.

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  81. I have been wanting to sew up a new pillow for my bedroom and those fabrics woul be perfect!

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  82. pillow covers for my daughter who just moved out on her own. she would love that fabric.

    thanks

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  83. I am a pillow loving girl but this wonderful fabric would become a table runner for our very long shaker style farmhouse-table here in rural ireland (do non-americans have any chance to win??;-) I have christina strutt's book 'at home with country' sitting on top of my stack of favorite interior books.

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  84. Love the fabric colors...I am a sewer. The possibilities are endless, I like so many
    different things that I sew for my home.
    An apron, a pillow or two, I could even line a
    French basket I have with the flowered piece.
    Very beautiful fabric. Good luck to everyone!

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  85. just love cabbages & roses! decisions, decisions... i'd be tempted to hold on to it and use little bits in my textile sculpture art (to make it last for eons!), but i think i would instead sew a lovely, large purse... so that i could admire the fabric every day ;)

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  86. So, just how far will one yard go, because I am thinking of way too many ideas.

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  87. Hi Mary...what an awesome giveaway!! I would try to make a purse! The fabric looks adorable, I'm in love! Thanks Urban Farmgirl and Cabbages and Roses! Andrea @ townandprairie

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  88. so generous....hmmm...I just got a new serger so I would use that along with the gorgeous fabric to make some new napkins, place mats, coasters so we can enjoy them every night as a family together.

    Thank you for the chance.
    samantha

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  89. I'm thinking a back to school skirt for my daughter and maybe a basket liner for me, or patchwork pillow

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  90. I just visited your blog and lucky me, there's a giveaway! I'm a fan now. ;) This fabric would be perfect in my girls room. I'm thinking duvet cover, pillows, rocking chair seat cover, pillowcase dresses... cute!

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  91. love cabbages and roses...I would make pillows for my bench seat..

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  92. I would use this beautiful fabric to make a bolster pillow for our bed - and have some left over for a zippered clutch purse.

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  93. What a lovely fabric! I would definitely make a tablerunner for my kitchentable!
    Yours, Karin from Germany

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  94. The fabric would make a lovely skirt!

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  95. Definitely cushion covers, I'd want everyone to see that fabric!
    Kim:)

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  96. Oh I love it! I would definitely make some throw pillows for our bed or maybe an upholstered head board, I want one so bad!

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  97. Some sore of blanket at the foot of my bed because this was perfectly made for my new duvet cover. I love it! And thanks for letting us be a part of this!

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  98. This fabric would make dreamy slipcovers for the sofa/bed in my '72 Silver Airstream. Boy, does it need some Cabbage&Roses!

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  99. Love!!!
    Pillows would be cute, or a table runner, or a cute little shirt with ruffles :)

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  100. cosa non si potrebbe fare con un tessuto cosi!!!!lo vedrei bene in un ambiente total white marino, stile coastal!!!grazie!!!!!e speriamo bene!!!!

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  101. I'm thinking pillows & they would look great with my white slipcovered sofa (once I get around to making the slipcover!)

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  102. Hi Mary,

    Dropping my name in the hat! Hmm, not sure what I'd do.. maybe use it for food styling props - fabric = easy napkin/linen! Love Cabbages & Roses and Moda!

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  103. Ohhh - beautiful! I think I would make a pillow or I also like countrybumpkins idea of making aprons!

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  104. I would make a skirt or a dress for a little girl or if I got more fabric- a pair of summer gypsy pants.

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  105. I love this beautiful fabric!! I would make some lovely pillows for my two sweet little girls! :)

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  106. Oh, what a fabulous giveaway! I love their fabrics and can't wait for this new line to be out. I love making pillows, so I'd probably use the fabric for that.
    Thank you for this chance,
    Susan

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  107. Beautiful fabric! I would use it for a tablerunner or pillow in my blue/white/red kitchen!

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  108. So exciting that we will soon be able to get C&R fabric here!!! If I would be so lucky as to win I would recover the single headboard in our guest bedroom! Thanks so much for the chance at a wonderful giveaway!

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  109. Just found your blog! Love it!

    The material is so cute! I would use it it a crazy quilt I want to start soon!

    XOXO

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  110. I would make matching aprons for my daughters

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  111. I just purchased the perfect chair and these lovely fabrics would make great slipcovers and pillows. Thanks

    peace

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  112. Love love love Cabbage & Roses. I would make a big fluffy pillow and a tote using a combination of the two fabrics in each. Great giveaway!

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  113. This is such perfect timing.I've just started introducing blue into my all white lounge room and these fabrics would make gorgeous pillows or a beautiful table runner..Fingers crossed..xx

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  114. I would mix it up with some burlap and make pillow covers with it. It is all such gorgeous fabric, thank you for taking part in the giveaway!

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  115. Two yards of fabric to play with -- sounds great. Looks like just the thing for pretty throw pillows or a reversible tote. Hard to decide!

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  116. Love C&R fabrics! I would make cushion covers for one of my wicker chairs.
    maggie
    bitsymom01(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  117. I would let my sister make me something! ;) She is much better at it than I am!

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  118. Beautiful fabric! I would use this for my little Granddaughters...

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  119. They have the prettiest fabric. I think I would use it for a pillow.

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  120. Oh how fun! Pillows that's what I'd make. Thank you for the fun giveaway!

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  121. delicious fabric! I can see it fitting into my kitchen remodel project, somehow, somewhere...

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  122. Would love to win. Thanks for the chance. Also love your blog. Pam

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  123. How about a lovely market bag? Or some pillowcases. Thanks for the chance to win. jlkolenda@comcast.net

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  124. What lovely fabric! I love visiting your chic little blog (o: I'm thinking I might make a lovely little laptop sleeve, or maybe a market bag, or a valance for my master bath, or an envelope pillow...oh my goodness, the possibilities are endless...

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  125. I sooo love that fabric! I would make a bag and or napkins they would be so cute.~Cheers Kim

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  126. I would love to make a decorative pillow for my guest bedroom and use some extra for a ribbon frame!

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  127. these fabrics are darling! they would make super sweet pillows! hope you are well!! susan

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  128. Oh...I LOVE blue and white! I would probably also join others in sewing pillows with them.

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  129. so pretty and feminine! I would make a pretty kitchen apron with lots of ruffles.... :)

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  130. Love it! I would make something lovely and quilted for my mother in-law, this fabric reminds me of her! :)

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  131. I love to visit your blog. Please enter me in your lovely drawing. If I won, I would either make pillows or upholster a small bench.

    My contact info is bwrawling at gmail.com

    Blessings,
    Beth

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  132. Gorgeous fabric!
    I would make pillows for my countertop stools in the kitchen - dinner napkins and an apron :)

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  133. I would make pillowcases, with a crochet edge. I've asked in fabric shops every where we traveled this summer about this fabric line. Guess I was a little early!

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  134. probably some pillows. So pretty and dreamy looking.

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  135. Beautiful fabric! I would make skirts for my two little granddaughters! What a great giveaway!

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  136. Lovely fabric! I would make pillows for my livingroom.

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  137. I would love some pillows for my bed (but I am also in desperate need of a new skirt. ) Hard decision! ;)Thanks for the chance to win!

    Kathryn
    kmahawks@hotmail.com

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  138. I don't know but I'll think of somthing!

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  139. Oh My! LOVE this fabric and would love to have such an inspiring book! I would make a little dress, mini quilt, and pillow, for my little 18 month old sweetie!
    Lisa

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  140. Gorgeous fabric! I love the cabbages and roses line. I would use these to make pillows for my blue bedroom.

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  141. Great giveaway! I love all their fabric! I would make a pillow dress for my little girl and/or pillow covers & bolster...one can never have enough pillows!

    Email:onika.lopez@gmail.com

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  142. I would make a dress for my daughter and perhaps some pillows, blankets, etc...

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  143. I would cover my dinIng room chairs in the floral print then use the solid blue for artwork on the walls!

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  144. I'd make a new cushion for the vintage stool I'm restoring, and maybe some pillows to match!

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  145. Oh, count me in the giveaway. I would make a ruffled pillows with my new fabric. Pick me! Pick me!
    Smiles, Paula

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  146. The C & R fabric is so sweet & vintage! I'd probably make pillows for my blue bedroom.

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  147. Please count me in. I have a wood framed arm chair that has been waiting for beautiful fabric to make a new seat cushion.

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  148. Oh my! I just saw a post by Country Chic Cottage about the coffee sack pouf she made. I was thinking I'd like to make a pouf too! And now that I've seen the lovely fabric you're giving away.... well, lets just say... if I win I'll be making myself the most lovliest of poufs! ;-)

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  149. would definitely make gorgeous lumbar pillows!!! beautiful fabric and giveaway!

    Cathy B
    pbprojecthope at yahoo dot com

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  150. Wow, wonderful pics you have here.. I am amazed to see that if anyone has sense of fashion than they can beautiful and smart at the same time. I am looking for a SC Moda company profile making company for my new assignment , I have searched some but want to work on views by fashion member.

    SC moda company profile

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