Friday, December 09, 2011

Blog Hop Party

I am participating in the Blog Hop Party at Quilting Gallery.  I have decided to give away a layer cake of wonderful flannel fabrics. 

The name of the line is Urban Blooms and is it wonderfully soft.  As you can see it is by Robert Kaufman fabrics.  I actually have two of these layer cakes and plan to make a charity quilt from the one I am keeping.  Just leave a comment telling me what you will do with this layer cake if you win and I will choose a winner via  the random number generator on December 17th.  Be sure I can reach you if you are a noreply blogger.  Anyone is eligible to enter my giveaway.  It doesn’t matter where you live.

Melinda

204 comments:

  1. I would probably make a quilt for my daughter's bed out of it!

    Thanks for the oppty!
    Pam

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  2. probably make a quilt for one of me nieces or my daughter..........a friend gave me a layer cake pattern now I just the layer cake to go with it..........

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  3. I love making quilts for Loving Hands out of flannel. It makes such a wonderfully soft quilt for the babies in the NICU. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your great giveaway!

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  4. I would make a quilt for my granddaughter Madison (8). I am also participating in the giveaway so stop on over.

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  5. The only time I've used flannel for making quilts is when I've done tied comforters, no piecing was involved. I think I'm ready to branch out! If I were to win the flannel layer cake I'd make a lap quilt for our sofa. That would keep us nice and cuddly. :)

    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  6. I will make a quilt for my daughter's boyfriend's daughter, who I haven't yet met but who needs a quilt from me none-the-less.

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  7. I would make a warm, wonderful, winter quilt.

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  8. I'd make a quilt for myself! :D

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  9. I emailed you about the SSS. Shipping deadline is the 10th. Thanks!!

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  10. Merry Christmas to you! I love flannel for rag quilts. Take care!

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  11. I would make a lap quilt for a friend to cuddle before her fireplace. Thanks and Merry Christmas

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  12. A quilt for one of the grand babies, for sure!
    Thanks for the chance,
    Jody

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  13. Probably a quilt for my soon to be neice or nephew

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  14. My niece has been begging me for a quilt and that fabric is right up her alley!

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  15. My niece has been begging me for a quilt and that fabric is right up her alley!

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  16. My niece has been begging me for a quilt and that fabric is right up her alley!

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  17. I would like to try the "slice & dice" I think it's called. I saw it on the Missouri Star quilt video. It requires a layer cake. Thanks for the generous offer.

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  18. This would make a wonderful quilt for one of my nieces. The 3 year old has out grown hers and will get a new one next year.

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  19. definitely I would make a raggy quilt - either for my 4 year old granddaughter or for my expected new grandbaby if a girl.

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  20. I would definitely make a grandaughter guilt.

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  21. I would make some patchwork top for a baby quilt

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  22. Hi Melinda! I didn't realize you were doing the blog hop party also! I LOVE this line! I'd use it to make a charity quilt for our new charity with the AMQG! Thanks! -Andi

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  23. I have organized a retreat for our quild. After we complete our project we will work on any project we choose. I would use this in a quilt to be donated to our Local Coast Guard Families.
    Thank You,
    Helen

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  24. I would make a snuggly lap quilt for my daughter!
    Thank you!

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  25. The layer cake would probably end up in a quilt for foster children. There's a great pattern from Moda Bakeshop for a nice sized quilt using a layer cake.

    Michele

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  26. I would probably make a quilt for my kid.

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  27. I think I'd make a snuggly quilt for my fiancé's adorable niece from this adorable cake! Probably in a simple pinwheel pattern...*dreams of flannel quilts*

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  28. Ooh! Flannel! I might make a snuggly throw for one of my niece's. I'm trying to eventually make one for each of them!

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  29. I would use it for nice lap quilt to cuddle!

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  30. It would make a wonderful baby quilt (I have to make one soon for a friend who just had her second child).

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  31. I would probably combine it with a solid color and make HST, either for a niece or charity.

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  32. My quilt group is making charity quilts for shut-ins in the Meals-On-Wheels program. I'd love to win the layer cake to make a quilt for this program. Thanks for the great giveaway. (Love the quilt in your header.)

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  33. My friend's little girl would love a quilt made from these fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  34. Would combine it with other small print fabrics for a wallhanging.

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  35. I'd make a quilt for my youngest daughter. She's slim & is always cold, so if I made a flannel quilt, batted it, and used flannel (or maybe fleece) as backing, it would definitely keep her warm.

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  36. I think I would use it for a quilt for my daughter-in-law! Thanks so much!

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  37. I would use the layer cake to make a quilt from the Schibbles 1 or 1 books which i have just got my hands on. There are some really lovely quilts in there but my local quilt chop doesn't stock layer cakes so I am limited in what I can make from it. Have a lovely Christmas C

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  38. First, I'd ooh and aah and admire it. Then I'd make a quilt out of it.

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  39. thank you for the chance to win. i would make a baby quit

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  40. I didn't even know flannel came in layer cakes!! I would make a wuilt for my soon-to-be new niece :)

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  41. What is nicer than a snuggy flannel quilt or pillowcase.

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  42. I would make a baby quilt out of the lovely layer cake if I won. Thanks for the chance!

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  43. I would make a picnic planket!

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  44. What great fabric, I think I might make a quilt for "Jopie's dromensquilts" a dutch group of quilters who make quilts for very sick children, Flanel is so soft to cuddle under! Loveley give away you have here, thank you, I like to give it a change.
    I am in the bloghop party as a participant as well, so you might visit my blog and maybe join my give away too. Kind greetings from the Netherlands.

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  45. Never used flannel, but I would make a quilt to snuggle under!

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  46. This would make such an adorable rag quilt for my little girl :)

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  47. I love the Star Cakes pattern, and would love to have a layer cake to try it. Thanks!

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  48. I would make a lap quilt to cuddle under! Thanks for the giveaway!
    Linda
    http://homesweetquiltinghome.blogspot.com/

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  49. Wow, thanks for a chance! I'd love to make a baby blanket for my niece, who will be born soon :)

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  50. This would make such a wonderful cozy quilt!

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  51. I would probably make a snuggle quilt and then give it away...we have a number of elderly shut-ins in the neighbourhood, I am sure one of them would love something soft and warm!

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  52. I would make a quilt for daughter to snuggle under.

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  53. When I saw the layer cake fabric I had the same idea: this would make a great charity quilt for a child. I try to make one every 1-2 months but I have never made a flannel one. Good idea.

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  54. The fabric looks delicious! I would have to make a cuddle quilt for a friend!

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  55. When I think of flannel I always think of babies. :) And babies love bright colors so these would be perfect for that! blessings, marlene

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  56. oo, i have a couple of ideas circling on how to use this - a quilt is definitely at the top of the list though!

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  57. I would make a couch throw.....love flannels

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  58. What inviting fabric! Thank you for such a generous giveaway. I'd use it to make my daughter a quilt-- it would be wonderful to wrap her up in something so cozy.

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  59. If I were to win the fabric I would definitely make a quilt especially since it is flannel which I love in the winter time.
    thanks for a chance.
    Merry Christmas!

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  60. As I make quilt tops for World of Charity Stitching so that is what it would be used for. If you don't have anyone in mind for the quilt you make, consider World of Charity Stitching. We are part of the Blog Hop Party so please come visit us!

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  61. I would probably make a charity quilt out of it also. Lovely fabric and what fun that it is flannel.

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  62. Just might make a twister quilt! Thanks!

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  63. A cup of hot chocolate, a good book and a quilt made from these flannels to brighten a winter day as we wait for these blooms in spring.

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  64. Being that it's flannel, I would make baby quilts.

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  65. I'd probably stare at it for a while just cause it looks so nice. Then, I'd probably make a quilt out of it. One can never have too many of these right ?

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  66. I might would make a charity quilt as well unless I got the fabric and just could not part with it.

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  67. Hi, I would probably also make a charity quilt - possibly for someone in hospice? It looks so pretty, thank you for your generosity.

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  68. Ohh beautiful and soft, too! What a wonderful combination. :) If I won this, I would make a snuggly quilt for my little buglet (granddaughter). She's 4 and would love this.

    Thank you for the chance! :0)

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  69. I would love to try making a raggy quilt...

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  70. I have no worked with flannels yet for a quilt top, so not sure what I'd make.... my neighbor does use flannels but her fabric choices are traditional, so... I don't know. New follower here

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  71. I've never used flannel in quilts before, might be just perfect for a lap quilt to snuggle under in winter.

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  72. Hmmm.. I think I can make a wristlet. Thx for the chance to win ^^v

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  73. Gorgeous fabric! I'd make a quilt to keep on our couch and use when I read. I've made four quilts so far and have given them all away! I want one for me! ;)

    Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

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  74. Ooo-La-La! I've used a few layer cakes now to sew into throws. Also, I LOVE the convenience of precut Layer Cakes! :)
    Thanks for the opportunity to win a set of Layer Cake squares. You are so kind!

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  75. This would make a lovely Machine cover, machine mat, and little extras!
    Merry Xmas from sandy. :)

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  76. Ooh decisions decisions! I would make either a quilt for my daughter or a picnic blanket.

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  77. I love this flannel bundle and can see a soft, cuddle 'charm' quilt to donate to our community charity needs.

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  78. how marvelous! i didnt know i could buy flannel precuts!! i would gift this to my 6 year old daughter who is getting a sewing machinge for Christmas! i plan on our first project together beign for project Linus!! thanks for a chance.

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  79. I would too make a quilt; the colors are perfect for my daughter's room. Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  80. A D9P for one of my nieces. The colours are so girly and unfortunately my daughter has got past the pink stage!

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  81. Your give away will make a wonderful rag quilt for a baby quilt. Thank you for offering such a lovely gift!

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  82. I recently made a pillow cover from flannel and I love it! So I think I would use these fabrics to make another.

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  83. this fabric matched with some white flannel will make a snuggle quilt for sure.
    Karen

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  84. Urban Blooms would surely be made into a wonderful Spring table topper for my table. Thank you for this wonderful opportunity. Juyd C in NC

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  85. I will make a soft snuggly quilt for the couch if I win this.

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  86. I would make a cozy throw quilt for the couch at the cottage. Thanks.

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  87. I would make a cozy throw quilt for the couch at the cottage. Thanks.

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  88. I would add other coordinating fabrics and make a beautiful new throw for my guest bedroom. It really needs an uplift.
    Great fabrics and giveaway.
    Happy Holidays,
    Nettie
    nettiecrain@live.com

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  89. Oooo!! I love flannels! I would make a nice cozy cuddle quilt for my mom who is having surgery next month! Thank you for the chance to win! :)

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  90. I'd have to make a quilt with these!

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  91. Hoping for my first grandchild soon. This would be perfect for a baby quilt.

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  92. I would make a soft baby quilt for one of my friends grandchildren.

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  93. If I were to win the giveaway, I would use the fabric for a Linus quilt, backed with some fleece so it ours be super warm.

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  94. Would love those flannels - thanks for the chance.

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  95. I would make a warm quilt for a cool friend!

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  96. I would make a quilt for my sister. She is the one who taught me to sew decades ago.

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  97. I will make a baby-girl-quilt!!!

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  98. Would probably make a lap quilt or baby quilt.

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  99. I would make a quilt for a friend -she expecting girl. Thanks and Merry Christmas

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  100. I would use the charms to make a soft cuddly quilt for my new little granddaughter-- the pretty pink flowers would be perfect! :-) Thank you for the chance to win this wonderful prize! :-)

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  101. I will definitely make a quilt with it...thank you

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  102. oh I would make myself a cozy lap quilt for the cool nights in my camper... thank you

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  103. I'd make a yummy cozy quilt for my daughter at university!

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  104. I think I would do a Twister quilt with it. Your Feathered Star header is gorgeous. I love the colors.

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  105. Being a visual person, I would have to see the fabrics to decide what to make from it. Looks delicious. :D

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  106. Flannel would make a wonderful quilt for a charity quilt, for the local shelter and the beautiful prints would definitely brighten their day.

    Debbie

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  107. Love the fabric. Would make a quilt to curl up with on cold afternoons.

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  108. I would make a warm and cuddly quilt for my little granddaughter, thanks for the giveaway!

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  109. What would I do with the layer cake if I won? Probably make a quilt for one of the local groups that participates in Run for the Cure for Cancer. Last year I made a quilt for them to raffle off as a fund raiser and have decided to make it a yearly tradition in memory of my husband. :) Thanks for taking part in the blog hop and offering such yummy fabric in your give-away. Quilted blessings, Nita

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  110. I'd probably use it in a charity quilt.or a baby gift. Very pretty. Thanks.

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  111. I'd make a baby quilt for our church quilt ministry. Thanks for the giveaway! Merry Christmas!

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  112. Looks like it would make a great lap quilt.

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  113. I would love to make a baby blanket for an expecting friend! Thanks for he chance!

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  114. That'd be a lap quilt for a friend in a cold part of the world. Too warm for flannel most of the time in Australia...

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  115. What a nice giveaway. If I were to win, I would use the fabric in making a baby quilt. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

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  116. Hello! Thanks for a great giveaway! I would make a lap quilt with it! Happy Holidays! :)

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  117. I would make a baby quilt out of the layer cake! How cozy would that be! Thanks for a chance to win your great giveaway! :)

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  118. This would be wonderful for my granddaughter's quilt.

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  119. Just love the colors!

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  120. Bet it would make a great lap quilt. So pretty, too!

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  121. Ooh lovely! If I won I would probably have to fight my mother for this sweet fabric... but if she let me have it (and she would, she's such a giver), I would make a nice warm raggedy quilt - and then give it to mother to keep her tootsies warm! LOL That way, we're both winners!
    - sunshdws at yahoo do com

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  122. Oh, its so pretty! I don't know what I'd make with it! something good! I would have to lay it out and live with it for a while until I get struck with an ah-ha moment!

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  123. SUCH A NEAT GIVEAWAY!
    I'D MAKE A NEW QUILT!
    THANKS SO FOR SHARING!
    MERRY CHRISTMAS ♥

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  124. I get excited judt thinking about what kind of project I could make. I usually make lap sized quilts. Thanks for sharing!

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  125. I'd make a quilt for my daughter :)

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  126. I would make it into a rag quilt for someone special

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  127. I would make 1 or even 2 baby quilts. I have some white minky to add as well -> Result: uber soft and cuddly! Thanks for the chance, Dianne

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  128. I would make another baby quilt for my dear friend who is expecting her first baby this month!

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  129. Beautiful fabrics. I would probably make something for my home (pillows a throw quilt?). Something to that affect. Thanks so much for the opportunity to enter.

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  130. I love that line! I love flannels, and since winter is coming, I would make a pretty throw quilt for the couch.

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  131. A charity quilt sounds like a good idea. I'd donate it to our Haven House.

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  132. I make snugglie quilts out of flannel, and I love your flannel

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  133. I'd make a nice snuggle quilt for the couch in the winter. Those wonderful flowers, a good movie and some hot chocolate!! Ahhh, what a great giveaway!

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  134. I just quilted a lap quilt for a nursing home and the lady that sewed the top used flannel that another member had won and it turned out wonderful.. I will use flannel on my quils for the nursing home as they are just so warm and cozy

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  135. My niece would love a quilt made of this fabric line. Thank you for a lovely giveaway. kcarlson1152[at]hotmail.com

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  136. I think my mom who lives in a Senior's Lodge would love this wrapped around her knees, thanks.

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  137. It looks like a perfect fabric for a baby quilt :) Thanks for the opportunity :)

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  138. Those would be lovely for a baby quilt! Thanks for the giveaway chance.

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  139. I would make a doll quilt for my daughter to use

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  140. A flannel layer cake would make a cozy Split Layer Cake quilt. You can see the free pattern on my blog.

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  141. It would definitely go into a quilt, but I've never used a layer cake before so I'd have to search the Moda Bakeshop recipes to find a great pattern!

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  142. I would make a baby quilt. Thankyou for a wonderful giveaway

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  143. Im waiting on a layer cake to make a quilt on my crafsty course or i'd make a large twister and a small twister quilt :)thanks for great giveaway

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  144. Flannel = baby quilt. Thanks for the giveaway and participating in the blog hop. Lots of fun.

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  145. I am a new quilter and I have finished 3 quilts for our grand daughters but I still have 3 more to make, so this would be perfect. Thanks, Merry Christmas

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  146. I would love this prize - thanks for the chance! I think I'd make a charity quilt, too. One of my sewing goals for the new year is to make at least 2 charity quilts so this would help a lot!

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  147. I think I would make a quilt for my 7 year old niece from it. She loves the flannel quilt I made for her newborn brother and this would cut the sibling rivalry. :)
    Thank you for the chance to win.
    rhaubejoi@yahoo.com

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  148. Nice and generous giveaway! I'd make a large tumbler quilt with it for a friend. Thank you!

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  149. A lap sized quilt using the disappearing ninepatch block. That's what I'd make!

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  150. I thought I left a comment, but evidently did not. This charm pack is so happy I would make something I would see every day, perhaps a table topper, runner or in a couple of place mats.

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  151. I would love to use it on my hexies

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  152. I wouldt make a quilt for my godchild. Thanks for the chance to win. Katja

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  153. A new Great Grandbaby and a new baby quilt...my plan

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  154. I am always looking for fabric to put into my 1000 pyramid quilt. It would be perfect.

    Or maybe a quilt of all pinwheels. I just love pinwheels!

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  155. I would make a baby quilt :-) Thank you for the opportunity!

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  156. I would make a table runner with this set of material. lnb1191(at)aol(dot)com

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  157. Hi, I would make a quilt and give it to someone that needs it. That is what I do with mine. Happy Holiday to You and Yours.

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  158. I'm planning to use up all of my flanels making small security blankets for adoptable/abandoned cats the local humane society.

    If you're interested in donating blankets to your local animal shelter, you can look up the Snuggles Project for more information.

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  159. Definitely a quilt that I would donate.

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  160. I also would make a charity blanket. I am donating blankets and quilts to CRASH that provides relief and support to Japan.

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  161. I bet you are wondering where these people are coming from. I live in Sonora, CA. and I am enjoying this blog hop. Let's see. I would make a nice and warm baby quilt for my grand nephew. That would be a new project for me for next year. Sounds good to me.
    Have yourself a Merry Christmas and thank you.

    Sandi T.
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  162. I would be making a warm and cozy quilt from that lovely flannel! Thanks!

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  163. That would make a lovely baby quilt! Thanks for the chance!

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  164. I'd probably make a quilt. I love flannel! Thanks for the chance to win!
    wollitzal@yahoo.com

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  165. I make quilts for everybody but myself...maybe this could be used for a quilt for ME~!

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  166. I love rag quilts made with flannel. They are so comfty especially useful during the winter months.

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  167. WOW, what a lovely giveaway! I would use this to make a quilt for a sweet young lady who has had brain surgery to take care of an anurism. Beautiful!

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  168. I would make some baby blocks and maybe an apron or two. Thanks for the giveaway!
    kessilari(at)gmail(dot)com

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  169. I sew for kids in crisis so the layer cake would be used to make a warm and comfy blanky.

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  170. GREETINGS from Hungary. Thanks for playing!
    these tissues and take a Bargello quilt pattern.

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  171. I think this one would be for me for a change. I never seem to be able to keep any of the Quilts I make.

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  172. A quilt a quilt!!

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  173. The layer cake would be perfect for the backing of a quilt I am making for a friends new=teen daughter. The flannel would be perfect against her skin on a cold night.

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  174. What a wonderful giveaway.
    I would make a quilt using the stepping stone pattern

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  175. I think I would make a cozy quilt for my living room! Thanks for the chance to win such lovely fabric!!

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  176. This looks perfect for a baby quilt for my nephew's new daughter.

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  177. I love flannel--I will make a baby quilt.

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  178. This fabric is beautiful!! I would love to make a quilt for my daughter. She loves these colors. Thanks!!

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  179. I love using flannel for children's quilts, and I know just the baby for this fabric - my new niece!

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  180. I love to make rag quilts and would use this to make one for my newest granddaughter.

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  181. Pretty! I would make a disappearing 9 patch quilt!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    Kelly (at) mysimplewalk (dot) com

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  182. A WARM and Cozy quilt for my grand-daughter.

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  183. I would make a lap robe for my mom!
    nicolesender(at)yahoo
    (dot)com

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  184. With these lovely flannels, I'd make another quilt for my daughter and all her dolls! A group of very girly girls!!!

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  185. This would make a lovely quilt. Thanks so much for the opportunity to win! :)

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  186. I would make a lap/small bed quilt for a Great Aunt, who lives in cold country! Thank you so such a nice gesture.

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  187. I want to see this on a bag :)
    Thanks for the generous giveaway and a chance to win!

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  188. I'd love to make a baby quilt!
    Thanks for the chance :D

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  189. I would turn this into a baby blanket for my 3rd great grand child coming in April 2012

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  190. I would eat it of course -
    sorry - couldn't resist
    Blooms even looks soft in the picture - I'd make something and then sit for a while and just touchy/feely it. ;)
    I hope you have a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS! :)
    Thank you for the opportunity to win such a nice giveaway.
    Cathy Byrd
    byrd@gulftel.com

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  191. Oh - I meant to tell you - I love the color pop in your green and black blog picture.
    Cheerful!
    I hope you have a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS! :)
    Thank you for the opportunity to win such a nice giveaway.
    Cathy Byrd
    byrd@gulftel.com

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  192. Soft flannel belongs in a baby quilt - and I owe my grandniece a baby quilt. How sweet! Thanks for the chance.

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  193. Flannel is so nice to work with, I made a rag quilt this year for a baby nephew. I have found it difficult to get really nice prints for girl's and this is particularly pretty so it would become a quilt very easily for a special niece I think! Thank-you for sharing your lovely fabric with us!

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  194. I would try to make my first quilt with it. Thanks!

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  195. My closest friend is having her fourth baby, a girl, in the spring, so these fabrics would make a perfect baby girl quilt for her.

    Thanks so much for this opportunity and have a wonderful weekend!

    -Terri

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  197. I would donate the fabric to my quilting friend, who makes lap quilts for seniors and children from cross stitched squares for my group called World of Charity Stitching, at http://www.worldofcharitystitching.blogspot.com/
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  198. I love to work with flannel! My newest grandbaby needs a warm quilt so that is what I would do with it. :)

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  199. I like your idea of a charity quilt. I've been wanting to do one anyway. Time to move is up on the to do list!

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  200. Ooh...I have an adopted "grandbaby" coming in May...wouldn't she just be toasty and warm with a quilt made of this. Thanks for being so generous. Merry Christmas.

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