Tuesday, May 26, 2009

MAY GIVEAWAY!

Here's my giveaway. I'm very excited about this. It's a small quilt, about 30" square. It would be beautiful as a baby quilt or as a summer table topper.

You can enter to win until the 31st.

So here's how to enter:

1. Leave a comment on this post to enter once. Tell me about what you'd do with the watermelon quilt.
2. Sign up to follow my blog and I'll enter your name 2 more times....
3. Post on your blog directing people to my giveaway and I'll enter your name 2 more times.... If you're posting on your blog, please leave the address in your comment. You are welcome to use the picture of the quilt in your post.
4. Purchase anything from my etsy store during May 27 - 31 and I'll enter your name 2 more times!
So for example, if you post a comment and sign up as a follower you'll be entered 3 times into the drawing. And if you comment, follow, post on your blog and purchase something, you will be entered into the drawing 7 times.
I'll use a random number generator to draw a name on June 1, and I'll post the winner here!
So please check back to see if you won and claim your prize!
And if you don't win, you can always purchase the quilt kit in my etsy store.
Thanks for visiting. I hope you'll take a few minutes and look around my blog.
I'm glad you're here.

165 comments:

  1. That is such a lovely quilt!! Im so excited and i will use it as my sewing machine table topper! Perfect for my little creative space and such an inspiration to my current quilting class!
    I'm sooo happy to hear how youe Bernina inspired you and thank you soo much for sharing it with me! Im inspired by you and my Bernina! Have a lovely merry happy mid-week and love to you!

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  2. I've got 1, 2 & 3 DONE!

    Question: How cute would that quilt be on my patio table with a big pitcher of lemonade on it? Answer: Way cute.

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  4. You are indeed crafty Wendy! I love to do crafty projects but am not as talented as you.

    I would be honored to have the watermelon quilt for my girls. Addy, my 18 m/o, has a Mother Goose quilt my Mom made. We use it all the time in the living room floor. She and I will cuddle up together and watch her favorite cartoons. It would be great to have a special quilt for my 2 month old, Avery.

    By the way, love your blog!
    ~Misty Gray-Hyre

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  5. That would be so cute in the middle of the table with a flower vase in the middle on top of my grandmothers tablecloth. Love the colors and appreciate the hard work that went into it. Great job. Thanks for the chance!!!

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  7. Would love to use this as a baby quilt for my third child. He's already 10 months and no quilt. ;)third child syndrome. :)

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  8. This is great! I might use it as a lap quilt! I am always needing a little something when I read and this is super stinking adorable!

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  9. This would go perfectly in my kitchen. Definitely a table topper, and a much-adored one! thank you for your generosity.

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  10. What a beautiful quilt? My daughter & the neighborhood girls love to lay blankets out on the grass during the summer to play dolls. I know they would love this one!

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  11. This is adorable! The watermelon quilt would have to serve as a table topper for a summer backyard party!

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  12. I was thinking watermelon before I read it - super cute!

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  13. I think I'd have to have a tea party out in the woods with some special friends! It definitely wood add to a SUMMER tea party!

    Thanks for the chance to win! :)

    hootie364@gmail.com

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  14. My infant grandson would look so cute on this quilt when he visits. So many bright colors to catch his eyes. What a lovely item to give away.

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  15. Very cute! I love the watermelon idea...It would be just fun to take to the park with my toddler daughter for her to play and sit on. So bright and summery. Thanksfor the give away!!!

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  16. That is super cute. We have a square table we built for our kitchen, so would be a great summer table look! Thanks for the chance.

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  17. love the watermelon! i think it would be a lovely picnic table topper!

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  18. I just signed up to follow your blog. Love the watermelon quilt. The name fits it perfectly. I would hang the quilt in my office. Moved into a larger office last month and I need some color.

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  19. I would use it as a summer table topper - so cute it reminds me of a watermelon.

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  20. My 5 month old babe would look super cute wrapped up in this quilt! Such a great giveaway!

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  21. Oh, what a beautiful quilt! I would like to say that I would save it and give it to someone who has a new baby, since it is beautiful, but honestly I would probably use it as a decoration on a table or a wall-hanging! (Or for any future babies we might have)

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  22. Ah! I immediately thought "watermelon" when I saw this cutie quilt! I would love to put this on our kitchen table!

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  23. loving the watermelon quilt! i'd likely use it as a picnic quilt... how much more perfect could you get? *grin*

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  24. What a great idea. I love your watermelon quilt!

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  25. My toddlre i always touching dirty, bird poopied picnic tables when we go out. I would either use it as a table topper, or a picnic blanket. Thanks for the chance!
    Yehudim@aol.com

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  26. Oooooo, pick me! Pick me! I would use this adorable quilt as a bright, stimulating blankey to put on the floor when my adorable new grandbaby comes to visit! AND, I think it would make an adorable background for a twirly tu-tu photo op! We will be taking pics in the white and silver one next week-end when Kylie comes to play while mommy and daddy move. :>)Posting a link on not one, but TWO blog sites!

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  27. this would be a gift. so many of my friends are having babies this summer!

    elkesten at yahoo dot com

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  28. oh my goodness I LOVE IT!!!

    I don't have a giveaway because I was "on a break"but I am doing a pattern swap if you want to come by :D

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  29. This would be a great little play mat for our baby on the way... i can already envision pictures of her on the quilt in the grass on a sunny day!

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  30. I would use the watermelon quilt as a talbe topper for my new round kitchen table! It is the perfect size!

    Dy

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  31. What a yummy quilt. I would probably put it on top of my vintage pie safe. I think that it would look really nice with my wall color.

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  32. I love this quilt. I'd put it on my dining table, so nice and bright! I also became a follower too so I enjoy your blog xxx

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  33. This quilt is so pretty, I think I'd use it for a table topper for the summer :) If not that then for my youngest daughter :)

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  34. I would love to use this quilt to have tea parties with my neice!

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  35. I'd put it on my bed and then invite some handsome foreign man to come snuggle under it with me and we'd eat some watermelon ;-D

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  36. This is a cute little quilt. I would give it to my sister-in-law. She has a new baby boy and two other boys under age 4. The older two love watermelon.

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  37. cute for a toddler snuggly blanket. At least that is what my daughter would say.

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  38. I would put that super cute quilt on top of the table in my entry way. It's too cheerful and fun to cover it up!

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  39. Beautiful! I'd put it in my son's crib for sure.

    kldemare at yahoo dot com

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  40. LOVE the watermelon quilt! i'd use it as a summertime quilt! on my bed!

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  41. How Beautiful...I would use it on my table somehow

    jbroberts@cox.net

    -joy

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  42. I would use it on our kid picnic table. Perfect size and colors!

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  43. The watermelon quilt would look fabulous on the table in my solarium. Of course, it would be removed when it was time to eat!

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  44. First of all, I'd stand back admiring the quilt for a good 10 minutes at the least, then I would wrap it around my little grand baby and admire it some more.

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  45. I love it. Reminds me of summer watermelon. Thanks for participating.

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  46. I love this quilt! With this quilt, I would wrap my baby girl. Put her to sleep with it.Put this quilt on the floor, and some toys for tummy time. And lastly, I would take pictures, lots of pictures. You are so talented. And I think your blog is lovely.

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  47. I would drape this quilt over a boring white chair to add a pop of color to the room.

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  48. I love that! I would give it to a friend who just had an adorable baby boy!

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  49. That would be a cute blanket for my daughter to have a picnic with her doll babies.

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  50. It would make the perfect coaster for my mega-sized martini I'm going to treat myself to after my c-section in September. Adorable!

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  51. Oh, it's beautiful! I'd use it as a table topper on my red and white vintage kitchen table!

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  52. Those are the colors in my kitchen so it would definitely become a table topper. Thanks so much for participating in the giveaway (and with such a beautiful item).

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  53. This little quilt would coordinate perfectly with a watermelon wooden basket that my grandfather made me and my mother painted for me. Since then, I've added other watermelon items to my collection. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  54. Gorgeous and vibrant quilt! I would use it for my boy to play on during picnics or cuddle with indoors. I can also imagine hanging it to decorate our bare walled baby room. Thanks for the giveaway and all your work in making the quilt.

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  55. Your quilt is lovely! I'd use it as a throw in my fron room. Thanks for the giveaway. I can be contacted thru my blog: www.luscofamily.blogspot.com

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  56. This is very cute! I would probably give it to one of the future kids in my life, there are lots of friends having babies right now... crazy.

    Thanks for doing the giveaway.

    Cassie Driver
    cmdoduck(at)gmail(dot)com

    I also became a follower!

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  57. Awesome quilt - so original and summery! This would be on my kitchen table all summer long. I've added you to my bloglines ;)

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  58. I would love to use it as a table topper for the summer. So cute.

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  59. Oh my gosh, I love this!! I would use it at EVERY outdoor picknic, playgroup, or park outing I go on!! I want to win sooo bad!

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  60. sorry, forgot my email
    JloMamaJama@aol.com

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  61. my daughter LOVES watermelons! I would use this as a table topper in July and August!

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  62. The quilt color-combo is genius! It's beautiful. I'd probably use it as a summertime table topper since we have a little boy (not so much with the pick) and it's just me and my hubs at the table so some festivity to our little table would be lovely!

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  63. Lovely quilt. It would be perfect for my 2 year old! She could use it for herself now and for her dolls later. Thanks for the chance to win! mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

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  64. You're right...a cute baby quilt...especially for summer! www.shawkl.com

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  65. Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  66. That is so sweet, and would look great as a centerpiece on our picnic table when we have cook-outs!

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  67. It would look lovely on the small table on my front porch where husband and I sit and drink a glass of wine in the evenings.

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  68. Awesome giveaway!

    I am 8. Check out my giveaway too. www.sewingsister.blogspot.com

    My mom also has a giveway at www.sewingwithtrudy.blogspot.com

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  69. What a great quilt! I love the impression of watermelon. I think I would use it as a beautiful table topper. What a pretty way to decorate a table.

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  70. Great quilt!

    If I didn't know better, I'd probably try to eat it. It looks delicious! I think it would look great on my kitchen counter for our next summer party!

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  71. Wow! I just bought a cute little bistro set for a small deck off my sunroom and boy would that watermelon quilt be perfect as a table topper while I have morning tea and afternoon soda and read my book. Of course it will come inside when I do.

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  72. very cute quilt! I would use it as a topper when I host Bunco in July! And after that it could be for my kid's play kitchen, or as a snuggle quilt, or maybe I'd just save it for special events. Thanks!

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  73. It would be quickly placed on my daughters doll bed to keep all of her well loved friends warm.

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  74. I love the watermelon quilt! So cute! I would use it as a lap quilt or maybe in the baby's room.

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  75. i would give the quilt to my niece....she loves baby dolls and that would so match her room!

    amandalockhart@yahoo.com

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  76. I am going to be a Great-grandmother! It's a girl and this would be great for her. Sarah
    e4e823l@yahoo.com

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  77. This has teddy bear tea party written all over it. Beautiful!

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  78. Oh wow! That is one gorgeous quilt! I love the prints you used. I'm no good at free motion quilting squiggly, or any for that matter, lines. We just bought our first house and our first ever dining room table and it's very naked right now. The walls are builder's beige so I'd love some color to punch it up and to stand out from the dark table. It would look nice hanging on the wall as well. Great giveaway!! Thanks for the chance!

    galaxie_bleu@yahoo.com

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  79. I would use this in my daughter's room as maybe a wall hanging.

    heathervanhoof[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  80. I would use this quilt on my table. I have been wanting to make a watermelon quilt for summer. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  81. What a fabulously vibrant quilt! It would look great on the small table out on my deck! I have bookmarked your blog and have subscribed to the posts by putting it on my igoogle home page. I did not know you could do that! Very cool! Thanks for the chance to win the quilt! I love it! Have fun with the give away!

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  82. I love the simple choice of colors. I would give this as a gift--and maybe I would applique a motif on the center for a child-tho I like it just the way it is. I'm a quilter, too, so enjoy seeing this giveaway. thank you, kath
    villagequilteratgmaildotcom

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  83. What a lovely quilt! I would give it as a present to my friend, who just had her 5th baby. She doesn't have a lot of pink things for her baby (as her last one before was a boy) and this would be just perfect.

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  84. Picnic, of course!
    I think I'm going to win!
    pjjllive(at)gmail(dot)com

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  85. What a festive summery quilt! I think it would make a really cute wall hanging! Hoping I have a real lucky number!

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  86. Wow! What a great giveaway! Thanks! A gift for a new baby...

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  87. I would love to snuggle with my kiddo's with that blanket. It's beautiful!

    Thanks for the giveaway, if I am the lucky winner, you can contact me through my website www.radseams.com.

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  88. I love that quilt - it is so cute... I think I would keep it and use it when I feel like having lunch outside - sort of a picnic quilt for me!

    Or I might give it as a gift to a friend...who I know would love it...

    nhsarab at yahoo dot com

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  89. OOOhhh, put it on the coffee table for the summer....

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  90. I would love to win this quilt square. It would fit perfectly on the table in my kitchen too. It would brighten up my dreary kitchen very nicely.

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  91. I'd give this to a summer baby I know! [well, right now he's a summer belly, but he's due any day!]

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  92. Serve watermelon on it, of course.

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  93. It would be my summer table cover it matches the living room nicely with the green and I love red!

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  94. This is a great little quilt. I would put it on the back of my sofa to add some color or in my swing outside to brighten it up.

    Drop by my blog to register. :)

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  95. What a cute quilt. And all I can think of right now is picnic, although it is so cute I don't know if I could put it on the ground and sit on it.

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  96. I'd take the quilt on a picnic :)

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  97. What a perfect little quilt to use on my porch, I have a little table there that is between two white rocking chairs. I can just see us sitting there with a pitcher of ice tea enjoying the summer breeze.

    Sue Cahill (sbonetsue at yahoo dot com)

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  98. I have happily joined as a follower!

    Sue Cahill (sbonetsue at yahoo dot com)

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  99. cute, cute! thanks for the giveaway!

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  100. That is so pretty! I would give it to my daughter in law for her first baby she is expecting in October. She is a single mom.

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  101. What a cute little quilt. I'd give it to my daughter to play with her baby dolls.

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  102. I'd loveto have a litle picnic with my little ones on this quilt. Hope I win.

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  103. It says it's a picnic quilt! So be it! Lovely!

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  104. I would use this quilt as a table topper for my kitchen table! It says summer to me! I just love it!! I hope I win it!!

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  105. It would be perfect for my kitchen table to give it a summer theme.

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  106. Oh my goodness. I LOVE this quilt! I'd definitely use it for my little girl's special blankie!

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  107. What would I do with it? I'd put it on m kitchen table and eat watermelon!
    I just became a follower of our blog, I am glad I found it.

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  108. Cute! That would look cute on my picnic table on my porch!!!

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  109. We are expecting our first so I would love to win!

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  110. I would use this for my daughter and I to have summer tea parties!

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  111. This quilt would be perfect for my baby granddaughter. It goes with her room colors of pink and green.

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  112. I would leave it at my parents house so my son would have a beautiful quilt to sleep under when we visit. Grandma doesn't have any good blankies !

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  113. I have to be selfish and keep it! I would keep in the car with me to have at all times when we're out and about!

    Love your crafts! Esp. how you made a high chair cover! I'm following now!

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  114. i'd use it as a picnic blanket inside on a rainy day with my 2 little girls. love it!

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  115. Oooh la la this is simply gorgeous! There are several uses that I thought of right away. Use it in the car for me so I don't freeze when my husband has the air conditioning on high. Hang it on my small quilt rack in my bedroom. Use it as my treadle sewing machine cover. I'm sure I'll think of more possibities once I click Post Comment.

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  116. I would put it on a table with a big vase of daisies...too cute!

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  117. This would be a great picnic accessory! How cute would it look lining a big basket? ;)

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  118. That would make a WONDERFUL table topper for the summer!

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  119. Awesome giveaway! I will sleep with the quilt. I have signed up as a follower. I have put you on my blog list. And I have put your giveaway on my blog at www.sewingsister.blogspot.com

    I am 8. I am learning to sew, and I have my own sewing blog.

    I am doing a giveaway too. My blog is www.sewingsister.blogspot.com

    My mom is also doing a giveaway. Her blog is www.sewingwithtrudy.blogspot.com

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  120. Thanks for the great giveaway!

    I'd love to wrap up the baby in this.

    If I happen to win, please just leave me a comment on my blog letting me know. Thanks again!

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  121. I would use it for my baby!

    lauren sobaje at yahoo dot com

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  122. Hello and thank you for a chance to win this very DELICIOUS watermelon quilt, ... we would hang in it the kitchen to honor summer and your lovely craftmanship. THANKS
    jenny
    krousegirl2 at aol dot com

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  123. Looks like a good picnic quilt! Or a birthday gift... we have tons of July bdays to buy for.

    krdickinson@grandecom.net

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  124. I would use this as a little picnic blanket for my daughter...or a play mat...she would love the bright colors!!

    Melissa
    jakemelissajakea@aol.com

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  125. I would use the quilt as a table cover. It would work perfectly in our dinning room!! And it would be lovely on the table on our covered deck!!

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  126. It's so cute. We'd take it out to our back yard and have a picnic on it.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo.com

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  127. I have a little table on the front porch that this would be perfect for when we have our lunch! Thank you.

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  128. I have a sweet friend who gave birth to her little boy 11 weeks early and he will be coming home next weekend if all goes great and I would love to give this to her for him! She would be honored to have it!

    Thanks for all your kindness!

    ;-)
    Brooke

    heartnmaui at gmail dot com

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  129. Oh I forgot to say I follow you now! YAY!!

    Thank you again!

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  130. I think this would be great as a table topper in my sun room!
    Thanks for your giveaway,
    Tanya

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  131. Lovely! It would be great as a table topper for my winter garden table! Just to give it a little of summer joy!
    Thank you for the great giveaway and the chance to win!

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  132. darling! my first thought was i'd have a picnic with my grandkids!! thanks! my giveaway is at
    http://lagniappe-suesueb.blogspot.com/

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  133. Hello! Thank you for entering my giveaway! Love the quilt! I'm a sucker for all things fruity! I would use it to let my baby lay on the grass at the park!

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  134. Love the quilt!
    am following........
    have blogged........

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  135. I am a first grade teacher, and the tiny quilt would go at my "comfort chair" to help all of the children who need a little extra tlc during the lesson!

    theavcp at yahoo dot com

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  136. Hello. I guess I'm a little late posting :-) I found your like through Emily's blog. I will add your blog to mine after this.

    IF I win (so many entries),I would use to to try to learn how to quilt. I am a novice sewer and want to learn how to quilt. I'll also use it to cover my right knee (recoverng from an auto accident). It's very pretty. Thanks so much. -JC

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  137. I would hang this up in my laundry room so everyone who came to my house could see how beautiful it is!

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  138. I'd use this over our picnic table when ever we have a picnic! Very nice indeed and just screams 'It's FINALLY summer!!!" Thanks.

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  139. I think I would have to use this quilt as a picnic quilt for my son. He always wants to go on a picnic, but never wants to share the blanket. It would be a perfect size for him and he'd love the colors!

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  140. Thank you for the chance to win. My daughter would love the quilt in her room. I am new to blogging!
    Leitinger4152@gmail.com

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  141. love that quilt. thank you for a great giveaway. perfect for a picnic.

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  142. Oh my that is a cute quilt. My littlest daughter LOVES watermelons so it would go on her bed for sure. :)

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  143. that is an adorable quilt my moms birthday is june 5th she loves watermelon as well she is going through her second batch of chemo and she gets cold. this would be a nice gift to present to her :-) vbarton24 at gmail dot com

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  144. i am following publicly as morgaine24 vbarton24 at gmail dot com

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  145. thanks for the wonderful giveaway.
    i would use this quilt for a summertime tabletopper. we live on the water and have summer bbq's all summer long!!!!
    brigitaenchilada@gmail.com

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  146. i blogged http://vickiescontestblog.blogspot.com/2009/05/watermelon-quilt-giveaway.html vbarton24 at gmail dot com

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  147. I would love to win this beautiful watermelon table topper. I would use it on our kitchen nook table and serve watermelon to our family and friends.

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  148. I'm a follower; enter me two more times! Thank you!

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  149. I also just posted on my blog about your giveaway:

    http://girottifamily.typepad.com/mountain_musings/2009/05/watermelon-quilt-giveaway.html

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  150. I love your quilted table topper. I can just see it on my deck table this summer!

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  151. Wow! This is gorgeous! I would put it right on my dining room table to welcome everyone to summer! Oh, do pick me!
    Thanks!

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  152. That's a cute quilt! I would put it in my hope chest and keep it for future babies. :)

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  153. It's too late for me to blog about this on my own blog, so I'll only be doing 1 and 2.

    I would use this as a table cloth in the summer and I would drap it over cabinets or chairs in my kitchen. I'm sure it would do more than it's share in covering up people and keeping them warm, during it's life in my home.

    Take care.

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  154. Oh that is adorable!! I would probably use it as a prop in pictures and then put it with my Hope Chest stuff for a future table. :)

    Morgan

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  155. I LOVE it!!!! That is too cute!! I would hang it up on my kitchen wall as a wall-hanging!!

    Jodi

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  156. What a sweet idea! I love the quilt. I would use it on my kitchen table--my tablecloth right now is red checkered and ladybugs so this would fit right in!

    Jane

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