Monday, December 9, 2013

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day!





Welcome to the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day!

This is my first time joining the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day and I am so excited to be participating in the Sewing + Craft Supplies section.

What I am giving away today is a charm pack and two fat quarters of Enchant by Riley Blake. The fabrics are just adorable and perfect for fussy cutting.   This giveaway is limited to the US due to shipping costs.  I purchased these adorable fabrics from Fabric Fly who I highly recommend.




All fabric images from www.fabricflyshop.etsy.com.  Used with permission.
For those who are new here, here is a little about myself (for those that are returning, thank you!).

My name is Cheryl and I am a chemical engineer/patent agent by day, a quilter at night, a mom to a 6 year old son and 3 year old daughter, and wife. I love designing quilt patterns, writing quilt instructions, and doing quilty math combining my quilting skills with my engineering and technical writing backgrounds.

Here are some pictures of my patterns. They are listed in etsy and craftsy (craftsy also has a free pattern too):




Now on to enter the giveaway!!

Once again, this giveaway is open to only US and is for a charm pack of Enchant and two Enchant fat quarters. This giveaway starts today (Monday Decmember 9th) and will run until Friday December 13th at 8 p.m. EST.

To enter:

1. Leave a comment, any comment. If you need a suggestion on what to write you can tell me which size quilt you make the most of.

2. My followers, old and new, get an additional entry. Please leave a second comment letting me know how you subscribe.

Note: If you are a no-reply blogger then please include your e-mail address. If I can not reach you, you can not win.

Thank you so much and I hope that you will decide to follow my blog and join me on my quilting, sewing, and pattern writing adventures.

Cheryl

Giveaway now closed, thank you all so much for entering!!





319 comments:

  1. I make king size quilts most of the time. I start out small but then I start liking them and they grow. Thanks for sharing

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  2. I've never used a charm pack before but I've always wanted to. This one looks super cute!

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  3. I've never made a full quilt yet! I'm working on it!

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  4. I love the charm pack. I haven't finished a quilt yet, but I'm working on a twin size hexie.

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  5. Love your quilts and patterns! I also have had my eye on Enchant :)

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  6. I usually make large throws (for reading and TV watching) but also make up to full/queen. Have not done a king.
    I follow you on Bloglovin.

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  7. I finished a couple of baby quilts, a twin size and a throw quilt... I think twin size will be my choice for future quilts... thanks for the chance to win!!

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  8. And I follow you by email! Thanks again!

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  9. How fun! What delightful fabric. Your patterns are gorgeous! I am a new subscriber through RSS feed. :)

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  10. I prefer to make king sized quilts!

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  11. I cannot wait for the end of this semester so Ican get back to my sewing machine. I have a lap quilt to finish for my daughter for Christmas.

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  12. I usually do twin sized, perfect for my girls to drag around and cuddle up with.

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  13. I mostly make baby size and lap size quilts. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  14. I usually do lap quilts, but I am moving into twin size!
    beth(dot)sebastian(at)gmail(dot)com

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  15. New follower on bloglovin
    beth(dot)sebastian(at)gmail(dot)com

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  16. I am making some baby quilts for a charity.

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  17. Love that arrow quilt pattern. Thanks for a great giveaway! Karen

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  18. I've only made one and it was twin sized. I need to make three baby quilts though for niece and nephews coming, so that will be the winner soon!

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  19. I'm a beginning quilter, so I've mostly made throws. I'm not sure my sewing machine would handle anything bigger! (:

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  20. I've generally made lap quilts, but I'm ready to expand into larger sizes. I have a few twin quilts to make and a full/queen size fabric collected!

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  21. I most frequently make queen sized bed quilts.

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  22. I usually make lap sizes and bigger. I am beginning to free motion quilt. I have never sent them out to be done I just do some stitch in the ditch or straight lines/echo. I love precuts. This is a cute line. Thanks for the give away.

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  23. I follow blog loving ..kimethameliea@hotmail.com

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  24. That's such a cute charm pack! Thanks for offering it in a giveaway.

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  25. I make baby/lap quilts, usually I spy ones.

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  26. I tend to make baby quilts and lap quilts. Since I do my own quilting on my Bernina, this size is easier to handle. Thanks for the chance!

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  27. I make baby quilts most, but have planned to make a lot more lap/twin quilts next year.

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  28. Hi - Thank you for being part of giveaway day. I love visiting and finding new blogs to read! thank you for the giveaway.
    I usually make double size bed quilts. Some lap quilts too!

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  29. Wow!! You are busy! And your patterns are beautiful!!

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  30. I am a new follower on Bloglovn'

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  31. I normally quilt large lap quilts

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  32. Thank you for the chance to win! I usually make baby sized quilts. They just finish faster.

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  33. I usually make large quilts, around 80-ish by 92-ish. Thanks for the lovely giveaway

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  34. What darling charms! I have just started quilting and am trying to make a couple couch sized snuggly throws for family for Christmas, let's hope I get them all done!

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  35. I make small quilts mostly. I would like to make a new quilt for each bed in the house (5), someday........Thank you for the wonderful/fun give away chance.

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  36. I sure am a follower. Glad I found your blog.

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  37. Mostly I make full or queen size quilts! Love being able to use them on our beds.:) Thanks for a great givewaway!

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  38. I'm 5'11 so I make long skinny quilts ... atleast 50 x 72 usually.

    This fabric is gorgeous, thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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  39. I make lots of throw quilts and baby quilts. A few bed sized ones here and there.

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  40. I love your patterns- the pi quilt especially makes my inner nerd very happy!

    I tend to make quilts that are WOF by 60 inches- so that's crib size, right? Anything bigger is a pain to quilt on my small home machine. And I like not having to piece the backing.

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  41. Love those charms! I've only made baby and throw size quilts...so far.

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  42. oh my, that fabric is adorable=i would love to put that to good use! thank you. i haven't quilted anything larger than a potholder...

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  43. That fabric is so cute. I like making lap size quilts, but I guess I mostly make wallhangings. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  44. I follow by email, thanks again.

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  45. I love the fabric. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  46. Most of the quilts I make are probably queen size...not sure why.

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  47. I just love this fabric line!

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  48. I've never sewn with little charm squares before- I think it is a bit intimidating!

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  49. i make mostly twin size but have started making queen

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  50. This fabric line is adorable and would make such a cute kid quilt.

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  51. I usually make throw size or queen.

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  52. Small usually. My MIL makes large ones though and they are always so impressive!

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  53. I love making lap size quilts for couch snuggling!

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  54. I follow on BlogLovin'- thanks for the chance

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  55. I make baby quilts the most. They're so quick and fun! :D

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  56. I make lap quilts & baby quilts. Thanks.

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  57. I'm a follower with Bloglovin'. Thanks again.

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  58. baby quilts the most to giveaway, queen the most to stay home.

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  59. I tend to make crib size quilts the most, just because they're quicker to make therefore less likely to end up in the UFO pile :)

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  60. I'm now a follower through Bloglovin.

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  61. I mostly make wall hangings and some throws. I occasionally make some bed quilts but they take a lot of extra time.

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  62. That is some really darling fabric!

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  63. Pillows are my thing. I think I have adult onset attention deficit.

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  64. I mostly make twin or full size quilts (I'm overwhelmed by quilting anything larger!The fabric is so lovely...
    I'd love to win!
    mummyx8@hotmail.com

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  65. Following on Bloglovin.
    :o)
    mummyx8@hotmail.com

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  66. I have only made wall hangings so far.

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  67. Throw size is what I make most. Thanks!

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  68. I am following you by email now. Thank you.

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  69. I loooooove that fabric!! I would love to make a quilt out of it so much!

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  70. So far I haven't made anything bigger than a crib size quilt. Anything bigger seems it would be too hard to handle.

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  71. I like to make smaller quilts so I can a lot more of them. Thanks!

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  72. I make lap quilts mostly, although also a lot of baby quilts. I have a king-sized quilt in the works, bit by bit, but that won't become a habit.

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  73. I seem to make lap quilts the most. When I'm done with a project, I'm done. I just can't make anymore blocks to make it larger!

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  74. I like to make twin size or larger that way they get used more.

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  75. Your pi quilt is a hoot! I know a couple of people who would enjoy that.

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  76. Yay! Another quilter engineer :)

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  77. Must try your pi quilt and some cathedral windows, and 12 x 12 mini-quilts are favored. Thanks! artseedz (at) gmail (dot) com

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  78. I still consider myself a bit of a beginner, lol. The quilts I have made so far are usually around 6' x 6'. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  79. I usually make baby quilts. Every baby needs a quilt. Lovely fabric. Thanks for the chance.

    em_komiskey@yahoo.com

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  80. Oh this is a super cute fabric pack. I have made full sized quilts and small quilts. Seems like I do a lot smaller baby and throw sizes. Thank you for the chance to enter.

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  81. I usually make 5' quilts, but am currently working on a queen size out of baby clothes for my sister in law. It's going to be very special when it's done. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  82. I have only made one quilt (throw-size). I like our pi quilt and enjoyed checking out your 2013 finishes. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  83. Thanks for the chance! I normally make throw quilts because I use them the most.

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  84. Guess mostly lap/throw quilts.

    syvisser@gmail(dot)com

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  85. I loved looking through your work! Beautiful! Thanks for participating! :)

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  86. Lap and Baby quilts are my favorites.

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  87. Baby quilts, but I have recently started making bigger quilts too and love it! (Fantastic giveaway!! Thanks for a chance to win!)

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  88. I am a new follower (I love the SMS giveaway days, I always find new (to me) blogs!) on bloglovin

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  89. My family and I currently use lap quilts the most, since everyone wants their own at night, but I see myself making a queen size soon in my future.

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  90. Love this fabric! I make baby sized blankets, but I'm moving on to a bigger one for me in 2014!

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  91. Thanks for the lovely giveaway. I love the pattern.

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  92. I love the Pi quilt pattern, really awesome!

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  93. I make baby quilts for our church quilt ministry that we give to the local pregnancy help center and foreign orphanages.

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  94. I tend to always end up making full sized quilts, not sure why! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  95. Thanks for this giveaway -- that line is darling! I make mostly large baby quilts these days, but I like to make throw/lap size the best, something a little more substantial. Thank you!

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  96. I make a lot of throw size quilt. Charity quilts and tv watching quilts.

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  97. I am just starting to quilt again after the death of my son, and am looking forward to making a Baby Boy Quilt for my nephew who will be born on my son's anniversary date

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  98. Love this line! I like Lap quilts best. Thanks!

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  99. I'm a new follower with Bloglovin! Thanks!

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  100. Thank you for your kindness and generosity (even if I don't win)!

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  101. Love this fabric! Thanks for the giveaway :)
    -Julie intrepidtwins at gmail

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  102. I follow you on bloglovin!
    -Julie intrepidtwins at gmail

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  103. Super cute fabric! I'm working on my second quilt right now and both are lap/throw size.

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  104. I make mostly baby quilts.

    lenelson(at)mail(dot)com

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  105. I make mostly lap quilts / throws

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  106. I am following via blog lovin - I am from Canada but have a US address too

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  107. I am a new quilter and haven't made any large quilts yet.....just small wall hangings. I have plans to make my first lap size quilt soon. I love the patterns in your shop and On a Jelly Roll is my favorite. Thank you for sharing! anglanouette at gmail dot com

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  108. I am a new Bloglovin follower!
    anglanouette at gmail dot com

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  109. I make quilts that are of many different sizes, but my favorites are baby quilts and lap quilts. Quick, easy, and a nice size to share with anyone! :)

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  110. I mostly make lap quilts, small sizes are more manageable. :)

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  111. I mostly make lap quilts - easiest to quilt on my home machine!

    starsandsunshineblog at gmail dot com

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  112. and I'm a new follower through bloglovin'

    starsandsunshineblog at gmail dot com

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  113. Just got done with classes for the quarter and I'd love to start a quilt. Smaller is probably best for starters. Thanks!

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  114. I follow you with Bloglovin' :)

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  115. Hello from the snowy MO Ozarks. I usually make queen size quilts. Thanks, Kathy
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  116. I follow on Bloglovin'.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  117. I make twin the most, I want a quilt that covers my whole body.
    red_murray2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  118. I make lap quilts mostly, I like to have a couple in each room (and I don't have a super quilting machine yet so it's easier ;) Thank you for the giveaway, that line is just adorable!

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  119. I mostly make big quilts, like 80x90.

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  120. Throw quilts are my favorite.

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  121. I prefer twin size or slightly larger as that is the largest my home sewing machine will FMQ! But then again, that size is also the perfect size for wrapping up while watching tv or to take somewhere!

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  122. I just made a queen size quilt for my daughter's wedding...on my little singer sewing machine....whew. I usually do smaller stuff. Merry Christmas. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  123. I am happy to follow you on Bloglovin. Merry Christmas. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  124. Those are the cutest prints I have seen in a long time!! I would love to win those! Hope I do!!!

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  125. I seem to be making lots of baby quilts these days for great nieces and nephews.
    zluttrell at cox dot net

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  126. Such cute fabric! I make mostly baby quilts. I don't have much throat space in my machine, and I don't really like the "quilting" part anyhow. So I tend to keep my quilts small. (charlottesgraceforacure{at}gmail{dot}com)

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  127. Thanks for the chance to win ;-)

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  128. I have made several full/queen quilts, but now tend to make more of a throw size quilt. Thanks.

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  129. A beginner quilter so I am working up from small.
    killarigsp@gmail.com

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  130. Most of my donated quilts are generous twin sized. Family and friend quilts seem to be mostly queens. Thanks.

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  131. Can I just say that I am in love with the little foxes on that fabric. So super cute. I am a newbie to quilting. I have only made one quilt thus far, which I am still quilting. It is a lap sized quilt.

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  132. Already a follower via Bloglovin.

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  133. That fabric is soooo cute. I tend to make quilts that are of the throw size (50x70)

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  134. I follow by Bloglovin and email. Haven't made a quilt yet because I'm just starting. Thanks for the chance to win. katztoo1 at frontier dot com

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  135. i seem to make lap size the most...around the 45x60 range. thanks for the chance to win

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  136. I make twin size quilts the most. Thanks for offering the giveaway!

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  137. In the past I've made more baby quilts but lately I've been really liking 60 inches square. Big enough to wrap up in but not so big that I can't quilt it with my sewing machine. Your Pi quilt is great! My son would love that.

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  138. I've never made a quilt before. The most quilt like thing I have made is a mug rug ;)

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  139. I;m not much of a quilter. More of a sewer. I love this charm pack! One of my fave fabrics.

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  140. I love your quilts - they are vibrant and nicely done - happy holidays

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  141. Lap quilts are my favorite size to make and to give as gifts.

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  142. Super cute fabric. I seem to make twin to queen size the most. thanks for a chance.

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  143. I usually make lap sized quilts the most!

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  144. When I make quilts I tend to make them Twin size or bigger! I love to be able to wrap up in a huge quilt!

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  145. Cute quilts! I especially like the arrows and Pi quilts. My favorite size to make is around 60x70--very useful size, not too big to quilt, not so big I hate it by the time I'm done piecing it, perfect for small kids, travel, couches, etc.

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  146. I make a lot of baby and lap-sized quilts. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  147. followed on bloglovin
    fiveninesix@gmail.com

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  148. Thanks for a great giveaway! I'm very new to quilting ao I don't have any usuals. :) Can't wait until I do, though!
    fiveninesix@gmail.com

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  149. I wouldl say lap to twin size is what I make the most of. Thanks

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  150. Love that fabric! gillian(dot)carnahan(at)gmail.com

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  151. i really like your jelly roll and arrows patterns. something to try in the new year!

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  152. Twin size is my favorite! They are the best size for couch snuggling!

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  153. Quilt size I do the most is baby. They are also the fastest.

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  154. I usually make big quilt up to 102X102. When a baby comes into my life I will make a small quilt for them. Right now I have 7 co-workers expecting a new little one so this charm pack and FQ would be a great score to make a baby quilt.

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  155. So far I have only made baby and throw size blankets. I make lots of baby size.

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  156. I would love to be a chemical engineer in the future! I just finished my time at the community college and need to transfer to a university!

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  157. I usually make twin or queen. Thanks!

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  158. My quilts tend to be whatever size they come out. My plansnever seem to work out just right what the heck I enjoy myself

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  159. I Like sewing up lap size quilts. I use a quilt every evening when I watch TV so I like to have a nice selection.

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  160. Love that you're an engineer! I'm a Civil Engineer....but I'm not very creative!

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  161. I usually just make baby sized quilts right now!

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  162. I love making larger throw size quilts. I have a tall family so I need to make them longer and a bit wider then most throws! :)

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  163. I mostly make lap size and wall hangings now. I have been quilting a long time and have made plenty of big quilts.
    Merry Christmas.

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  164. i've made a lot of baby quilts and lap sized quilts too!

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  165. I usually make baby or crib size, but my next endeavor is a king size quilt for the hubs and me!

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  166. baby quilts:_ dfnanney@gmail.com Thx You!

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