Sunday, May 16, 2010

Giveaway day part 2!

Welcome to giveaway day part deux.
So here's what I'm curious about.... would people rather win a very planned and organized, matching charm pack a la giveaway day part 1, or would they rather win.....
A HODGEPODGE OF RANDOM FABRIC OUT OF MY STASH!!
That's right ladies and gents. You can win this random assortment of (mostly, but not all) selvedge to selvedge cuts of lovely fabric from my stash.
All are at least 2" wide.
(Personally I'd rather win the hodgepodge, but that's just me...)

You'll be getting several of my favorites including the sock monkeys, the beets, and the jelly beans. And the crows, well I bought them thinking how interesting they are, but I can't figure out anything to do with them that isn't going to be a little creepy.

To enter: tell me one of the following (or all. whatever. it's up to you.)

(1) what to do with the crows fabric. I have 2 yards minus the cut I'm giving away. so a bunch.
or
(2) if you'd rather win the hodgepodge or the charm pack
or
(3) what you'd do with the hodgepodge
or
(4) whether you like the sock monkeys or the beets better.

To enter a second time:
become a follower and leave a second comment telling me, or if you are already a follower, just leave a second comment telling me.
I'll close the entries on the 20th at 5pm central time.

And you might want to check out giveaway part 1......

Thanks for stopping by!

201 comments:

  1. 1) I think it would make a great backing of a Halloween quilt.

    2) I can't decide which one I would rather win! The hodgepodge is so fun, but I love charm packs too!

    3) I want to make an I spy quilt. I am saving up scraps. :)

    4) I love the sock monkeys!

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  2. I agree-the back to a Halloween/fall quilt would be my suggestion. So fun!

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  3. I'd use the great crow fabric for a start on a scrappy black and white and (fill in a favorite color) quilt.

    And, I think winning a hodgepodge is better because it is somehow a reflection of you (not a fabric designer). Plus, the winner is likely to fall in love with at least some fabrics in a hodgepodge selection ... but it's possible that they wouldn't much like an entire collection of charm squares based on a line they didn't like much.

    I know, I only had to answer one of the questions, but I was feeling opinionated ... and I prefer the sock monkeys, too ;-)

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  4. Ps. I'm already a follower ;-)

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  5. I prefer the hodgepodge. You can have so much fun looking through the different styles and seeing what you could do. Thanks for the chance!!!!

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  6. I like the beets better...mostly becuase my hubby loves Dwight from The office, who loves beets and I could make something really fun with it for him!

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  7. I love the sock monkeys :)

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  8. humm....... tough question. I think I'd enjoy the charm pack, myself :-) But I am not opposed to the hodge podge.

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  9. (1) I don't know what you should do with the crows fabric, but I love it! I think it's great. (2) I'd rather win the hodgepodge! I love scraps. (4) Definitely sock monkeys! Thanks!

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  10. (3)I think the hodgepodge would make a fabulous child's quilt- simple squares of fabric separated by a plain border.
    As a child , especially during my interminable nap, I would have loved to go 'exploring' thorough such a quilt.

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  11. Scraps, scraps, scraps! Crows, crows, crows!

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  12. Scraps, scraps, scraps. They breed and make more scraps in my sewing room. Like an incubator. I'm positive they breed. But I do cut them up with my AccuQuilt GO! and make lovely charity quilts out of them! So, I love, love, love scraps.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  13. tough question!!!
    i agree with the halloween theory though!
    and i love all the fabrics!

    and i'm a follower!!!

    goodbye from sunny Portugal :)

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  14. hard choice but I would go for the charm pack as I am planning to do a hidden 9patch quilt! Thanks so much for your give away!

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  15. I love sock monkeys! They make me smile!

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  16. I just signed up to follow!

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  17. I'm not a big sock monkey fan, so the beets would be my choice of the two. Hodge podge fabrics are great for string quilts...Thanks for the chance.

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  18. 1)The crows fabric immediately reminded me of this shirt (http://shirt.woot.com/friends.aspx?k=5230). Instead of the words though, how about an appliqued bigger crow? Maybe that'd work.

    2)I'd prefer the hodgepodge

    3)I'm not sure what I'd do with it yet, but it sure would be fun!

    4)Now that's a toss up! I love them both!

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  19. I like the hodgepodge better.
    I am making a quilt for my 5 year old. This year, yeah. With goodnight monkey fabric, and I would throw this orange monkey fabric in.

    You should make a halloween quilt with the crow fabric. :)

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  20. I love the hodgepodge! I especially like the beets...I'd have to make something for the kitchen with that fabric!

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  21. I'd be tempted to make a witch hat or a cool autumn bag out of the crows. Hodgepodge, totally; it's so much fun to have someone else's tastes pop in! Not sure - I-Spy or fussy cut hexagons for my (neverending) GFG leap to mind. Love the beets.

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  22. 1) I have no idea, sorry.

    2) hodgepodge

    3) I'd make an I-spy quilt. DD has been asking for one.

    4) Tough choice but I have to go with the beets. I have a veggie fetish :)

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  23. I like them all!!!!! Maybe a Yellow Brick Road quilt....an I spy quilt??? Great fabrics...

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  24. The hodge-podge would work great for creating some quilts for quiltsforkid.org !

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  25. I love the sock monkeys! And I would want to win the hodgepodge!! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  26. I would use the crows along with some burlap type fabric to make pillows..maybe stencil a large crow on the burlap and frame it out with the crow fabric..

    I would be happy to win either..

    jleibfried@aol.com

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  27. Okay, so the sock monkeys rock! I would probably use the crows to create a cool skirt or top for a Halloween art doll. It just sounds like a fun thing to use. I like hodgepodge, because I use small pieces of fabric to create my dolls and for my mixed media stuff, but sometimes it's fun to have a bunch that coordinates, too. Okay...I think I answered your questions! HA! Have a great day and thanks for the fun giveaway! jinglesells at gmail dot com

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  28. Hodge podge for me every time!!
    Scrappy quilts are best!!

    Gill

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  29. I love the crows print. It's better than beets or sock monkeys. I'd use the leftovers as trim on a black skirt. Do a 2" wide piece near the hem in the crow print.

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  30. I'd rather win the hodge podge! In general I like the sock monkeys better...but then I got to thinking about the beets. What a great layer they would make for a gardening bag!
    bcgood83@yahoo.com

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  31. It would totally be the beginnings of an I-Spy quilt! Thanks for doing this giveaway!

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  32. I like the beets better than the sock monkeys, and I'd rather win the hodgepodge than the charm pack.

    ikkinlala AT yahoo DOT ca

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  33. I think my little guys would like the sock monkey fabric. I just made a plus quilt with a lot of different fabrics. This would make an interesting looking one... :) I didn't even notice that those were crows. Maybe from far away it would just look black and grey, so you could do anything with it! :) Or make a shirt for a scarecrow.

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  34. The crows would make a nice tble runner for Halloween.
    I'd much, much rather have the hodge podge
    The hodge podge would likely go into a quilt
    I like the beets better :)

    gevin13{at}gmail{dot}com

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  35. I LOVE THE SOCK MONKEYS! That is amazing.
    mjwebhome (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  36. I love the sock monkeys. I 'm kind of astounded with myself that I haven't gotten any yet!

    skooksplayground[at]gmail[dot]com

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  37. Im not sure which I would rather win but I LOVE those sock monkeys... that might be because my first sewing project was a sock cat.

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  38. Ok, so I would rather win the hodgpodge, but that is just me. I LOVE the sock monkeys and I would use the crows in a halloween log cabin quilt for my guest room...

    Thanks for the rockin giveaway!

    Amandaewoodruff (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  39. I'd prefer the hodgpodge, because it'd be most useful for the way I quilt, but if I had the matching charm pack, I could make one of those pattterns that expects you to HAVE a matching charm pack. So I'd be happy with either.

    The sock monkeys are cute, but I'd be more likely to use the beets.

    I'd make a bag with the crow fabric, because it's neat and I'd want to show it off.

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  40. I love hodgepodge scraps-- I've been known to pay for them! I use them mostly for embellishing kids and baby stuff, and you've got some great designs for that. And I love the sock monkeys. thanks for the giveaway!

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  41. I'd use the crows fabric as the lining for a book purse. Preferably for a matching book like an Alfred Hitchcock novel or some ghost stories. Thanks for the giveaway!

    bytesizedpieces (at) gmail.com

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  42. I love crows. Some are eating cornbread in my yard at the moment. I would make a crow hat.

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  43. I also love bloggers who buy crow fabric, so I will follow you. Follower.

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  44. I would use this fabric in an I Spy quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  45. I would rather have the charm pack. I lvoe those Jelly beans though!

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  46. I'm all about the hodgepodge! Crows totally belong in a Halloween quilt. I recently bought some gorgeous Moda fabric with crows on it for mine! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  47. Wow!! It's like Christmas in Blogland!! Love your give away! Thanks so much for throwing my name into your give away hat! I'm a hodgepodge kinda girl and LOVE the sock monkeys! Take care!
    Paulette

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  48. Definately the Hodge Podge. I'm a stash junkie. I love the assortment. It's like getting lots of surprises in one bunch.
    For the crow fabric...they would make great potholders for the barbeque or any outdoor entertaining.

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  49. I like the sock monkeys better.

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  50. If I won the hodgepodge pack, i would use it in the eyespy quilt I am making for my son. I just need 4 inch by 4 inch pieces of fun random fabrics and if I have more than that, then I add it to another pile for the next eye spy quilts I am making for my neice and nephews.

    kerrie@mayansfamily.com

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  51. 1. I know it sounds weird but my 2-year-old LOVES all birds, especially the creepy ones that plague walmart during the fall and winter. So as weird as it sounds, I would probably use the crow fabric as a pillow or something for her room.

    2. I would rather have the scraps just because I am so in love with the sock monkeys that I can hardly stand it. I would do just about anything to get my hands on even a little scrap of that fabric. :)

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  52. PS. This is my husband's google account so it always says, "Steven said..." But Steven didn't say, Annie said.
    Annie

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  53. I'd pick the hodgepodge, I love the crow fabric I think I'd make a bag with it our line a jacket. Thank you so much for a chance to win!

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  54. I would use these strips to make doll quilts. I have lots of granddaughters.

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  55. Good news! I got my own account so I don't have to use my husband's anymore. AND I just became a follower. Big day for me. :)

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  56. The hodgepodge is certainly a lot more fun than the charm pack but they'd both be fun to play with.
    Great giveaway - thanks!
    jmhamlin826 AT yahoo DOT com

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  57. Oh, and if I win the scraps I am going to use them to start my first string quilt (inspired by you) :)

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  58. I would rather win the hodgepodge collection. I think it so much fun to have bits and scraps. I love the sock monkey fabric! The food fabric is fun too! Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  59. I'd love the hodgepodge! I like a variety!
    Thanks so much!

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  60. I would use the crows in a Halloween quilt.

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  61. id rather win the hodge podge! love small scraps for quick small projects!

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  62. Hmmm would the crow fabric be creepy as a hat? Maybe I could make one of my kids into a scarecrow for Halloween and have an ironic crow hat on the scarecrow's head?

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  63. i like sock monkeys better
    great giveaway, count me in!
    jamiemueller0522@yahoo.com

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  64. I would use the crows to make a Halloween dress for the baby. (I've got baby dresses on the brain). Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  65. I like the sock monkeys
    sntbosch@msn.com

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  66. Great to discover your blog through this giveaway! :o) Thank you for the chance of winning something lovely!
    toriatrix@googlemail.com

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  67. crows - make a nice brooch! YEP!

    I like the hodgepodge - scraps are great!

    Please enter me in the draw and don't forget to enter mine!
    http://tinyurl.com/34k4cgd

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  68. I'm all for hodgepodge over charm packs.

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  69. (1) what to do with the crows fabric. I have 2 yards minus the cut I'm giving away. so a bunch.
    or : I would love the crow fabric. I'm working on a Beatles quilt with small visual allusions to Beatles songs, so the crow fabric would be perfect for McCartney's "Blackbird"
    (2) if you'd rather win the hodgepodge or the charm pack: Hodge podge; I love the sock monkeys
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    (3) what you'd do with the hodgepodge
    or For the other hodgepodge, I'm collecting novelty fabrics for a children's novelty quilt; also those look like some strawberries, and I have a spot for those in the Beatles quilt, if you know what I mean...
    (4) whether you like the sock monkeys or the beets better sock monkeys!!!

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  70. I'd definitely go for the hodge-podge! More surprising! And I do so love the sock monkeys.

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  71. I love the crow fabric. You could put this with some white and black fabric and make an Edgar Allen Poe quilt called the "RAVEN". So Cool! Love the giveaway, Thanks.

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  72. I'm partial to the charm pack because I'm pretty new to quilting, so the "matchy" fabrics make it easier for me. Having said that, I love the fun look of your hodge podge fabrics!

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  73. Sock monkeys are better than beets!

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  74. love the charm pack and also love that monkey fabric--so my little grandson's style!! have a great day

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  75. I'd rather win a hodgepodg!!!

    Also, I'm SURE the crows would make a fab set of halloween curtains, table runner, costume, etc.. Creepy is IN for halloween, lol.

    Pics to follow if I win!

    shelly.potter(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  76. I like the beets. The crows could be good for applique or as a quilt binding.

    fruitandfoliage@gmail.com

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  77. Great hodgepogs. Hmm crows a backing for a quilt.
    I would use these fabric in a I spy quilt.

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  78. The crows would be awesome for Halloween. We're having a huge costume party this year and I can see using that fabric for some Poe-inspired decorations!

    I like the monkeys - they're funky cute.

    I'd rather win the hodgepodge (especially if those crows are involved!)

    Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  79. I'm a follower now! (not crow stalker)

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  80. I like the sock monkeys better! So cool. I think I would prefer the charm pack but only because it involves less cutting.

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  81. 1. Hmm, a bib? I've got babies on the brain ATM.
    2. charm pack. I can't color coordinate to save my life and I'd really love to make a quilt for my new niece! I'll be an auntie this August!
    3. baby quilt! either way it will be a baby quilt!
    4. sock monkeys! I do love to eat beets, but I love retro!

    Thanks for the generous giveaway!
    rayamashita (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  82. I think the hodgepode, so much more fun, I think. And I loke the bottons (and the monkeys) best of all I think.

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  83. Hodgepodge is more fun (if perhaps not as unified and easy to do one project with!); I love the sock monkeys!

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  84. I think the crows would look great in a Halloween themed quilt or wall hanging. Would love to win either the hodgepodge or the charm pack. Fabric is so much fun! Thanks for the chance to win.
    ktyoung1(at)gmail(dot)com

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  85. The hodgepodge would make an adorable I spy quilt.

    Thank you for giving!
    melissacorry@hotmail.com

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  86. maybe some plush birds would look good in the crows? Also I love the sockmonkeys. awesome!

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  87. This hodgepodge would totally make some great I-spy quilts for car travel.

    As for the crows... I think some Halloween themed curtains for October might be fun if you have a bunch of Trick or Treaters.

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  88. I'm totally with you on digging the hodgepodge :)

    I'd probably use the crows to make an interesting binding for a quilt, but that's just me, and I'm weird.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  89. I love the puppy kitten fabric it is soooo cute. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  90. I like the idea of a hodge podge quilt. I have a friend who collect crow fabrics. She does a bunch of art quilting. I'd use the crows in eye spy quilts, or as a band on the bottom of a skirt if it's long enough. That would be cool
    deckerston@aol.com

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  91. I make charity quilts so any fabric that I might win will be put to good use....please enter me in your lovely giveaway thank you ladycolmn(at)aol(dot)com from Florida Gulf Coast area

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  92. Sock monkeys are great and the candy corns maybe for a sweet tooth quilt of some sort! I would think of SOMETHING that's for sure!

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  93. I'd rather win the hodgepodge. I adore those sock monkeys!

    shannon.mangerchine(at)gmail(dot)com

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  94. I'm a follower

    shannon.mangerchine(at)gmail(dot)com

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  95. the sock monkeys win over the beets, the crow fabric - you should send half of it to me, because crows are my favourite birds, I like the surpirse of a hodgepodge, especially as stripes, but I like Moda more - if it was another charm pack, the hodgepodge would win :)

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  96. Hodgepodge is fun because the variety makes for a more interesting stacked coins quilt. Oh, or to make a scrappy "Avignon Picnic" quilt, from the pattern on Moda Bakeshop. That would look great!

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  97. WOW, what a wonderful idea!
    I'm deeply impressed.

    Kind regards from Germany
    Claudia alias frauknopf@gmx.de

    What would I do with the crows...thats funny: My best friend' nickname is Krähe (in english crow)...so I would make a bag or purse for her.

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  98. I love sock monkeys!! I knitted a pair of sock monkey pants for my guy, with the face on the butt - so cute! Not sure what to do with the crows - I can see how that might be creepy!

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  99. Totally loving the hodgepodge! I'm having a hard time deciding between the sock monkeys and the beets - both are great! Some of this fabric would be made into a new purse it if were to come to live with me! :) Thanks!

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  100. I think the hodgepodge would make a great I Spy quilt! I've been wanting to make one of those for a while... Thanks for the giveaway!
    parknj at verizon dot net

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  101. Oooh, I can see the raven fabric as part of a table or mantle runner. Maybe with midnight blue and purple mixed in with it. And with a gargoyle perched on it. Of course, I like gargoyles, so I may be a bit biased. The one on my fireplace has a Santa hat when the holidays come around. :P

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  102. 1. The crows could be used in a black and white (and red) themed quilt easily. I didn't realize they were crows - I just saw the design.

    2. I'd rather win the hodgepodge.

    I don't know on 3 or 4 though.

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  103. I love the hodgepodge. I would use the crows to applique a shirt for my son. I love the sock monkeys. sang@gci.net

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  104. I'd love the hodgepodge, especially the sock monkey which I noticed straight away. Without doubt my favourite.

    Not sure about the crows, use it as backing on a darker, more masculine or goth like quilt. Or for a bag for a non pink girl.

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  105. i realy like the sock monkeys!
    i like your scrapt to!
    thanks alot!

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  106. I definitely would rather win the the hodgepodge one!!! :-)
    I would use some of the fabrics in the I-Spy quilt I am planning to make for my daughter. With the crows fabric ... you could make a bag. I think it would be quite interesting. Or stuff like a fabric basket. Or a halloween costume for someone ... And I like the beets better than the monkeys! :-)

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  108. Sock monkeys rule the day. I am looking for some to make my niece a gift. She currently hauls my wetbag around like it is the biggest prize ever! She even steals it when it has a dirty diaper in it. Ewww!

    Thanks for a chance to win your great giveaway!

    carlamo (at) ymail (dot) com

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  109. Sock monkeys over beets :) Thanks for the great giveaway! luscofamily(at)ortelco.net

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  110. Definitely sock monkeys over beets.

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  111. Crow fabric! I love it - I have some nesting right outside my front door. :) I think I'd use it to make a hard fabric-covered clutch. Very striking print.

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  112. Sock monkeys over beets! (Actually, I like the sock monkeys best of all!)
    hdsjwp@msn.com

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  113. Make a scarecrow - ironic me thinks :)
    Great giveaway, thanks.
    alli b
    allisonbright{at}gmail.com

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  114. Since I'm not too into Halloween, I would get a bunch of other (less creepy) bird-themed fabrics and make a whole tweetin' quilt.

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  115. I love the sockmonkey fabric! So awesome!

    As for an idea of what to do with the crows. Maybe make snack bags out of them and put candy in it at halloween to giveaway?

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  116. Make a rainy day square scarf with the pattern from http://www.purlbee.com/the-purl-bee/2010/5/14/mollys-sketchbook-luxury-liberty-scarves.html

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  117. I really like the hodgepodge. It would be perfect for the string quilts I'm making for my grandchildren.

    nanny_lor4@yahoo.ca

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  118. You could make fabulous Halloween bags incorporating the crow fabric.

    I'd rather win the hodgepodge.

    And I just finished a baby quilt of the sock monkeys...

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  119. Ummmm...I think I like the charm pack.

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  120. I love this eclectic package, I think I would probably use some of it for an eye spy quilt.

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  121. The crows could be good around halloween, I rather have the hodge podge. Thanks.
    Dianne
    jmclean@mts(DOT)net

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  122. Hodgepodge is my fav.
    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  123. I think the crow fabric would be good for an iPhone cozy, laptop satchel or a coffee cozy for someone who's into a "darker" or more serious style of accessories.
    I probably prefer a hodge podge giveaway because you get a wider range of fabric styles for different projects.
    And I love the beet fabric, it's so cute!

    debyeo at hotmail dot com

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  124. As a knitter I love those sock monkeys! Hodge podge for me as I am a beginner so it would be ready made stash!

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  125. I want to make 3 I spy quilts (I haven't quilted before, but I want one for each of my boys ;)) and this hodge podge would be perfect for that. (now only the guts to start those quilts :P )

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  126. Sock monkeys rule and I would prefer to win the charm pack.
    Opinion on the quilt is BEAUTIFUL. Many beople want texture more than bright color. All of my living spaces are neutrals.

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  127. Hodgepodge!!
    Monkeys definitly!
    shawnnahouseholder at gmail

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  128. hm, i think i would prefer the charm pack, but hodgpodge would be great too :-)
    i am a quilting virgin and have yet to make one, so this would be a great start :-)
    i like the sock monkeys!

    please also check out my giveaway at www.cheekyapple.com :-)
    mail(at)cheekyapple(dot)com

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  129. SOCK MONKEYS all the way!!!

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Amy
    artsyrockerchick at aim dot com

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  130. Love the sock monkeys - love the hodge podge!

    krispiks (at) aol (dot) com

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  131. I'd rather win a charm pack

    thanks for the giveaway

    atchisonsteph@gmail.com

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  132. I'd love to win the hodge podge :) I love the sock monkeys and the crows. I prefer the sock monkeys to the beets.

    laurapearce22@yahoo(dot)com

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  133. I would love to win the hodgepodge - I love to do scrappy sewing projects and love seeing all the different fabrics.

    crystalfulcher(at)ec.rr.com

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  134. I'm a new follower.

    crystalfulcher(at)ec.rr.com

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  135. I think I would rather win a charm pack... although the monkey fabric is adorable. Thanks for the great giveaway!
    simply.simon.sisters(at)gmail.com

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  136. The crow material might make a nice reversible vest. I can't decide which I'd like to win. Both have their places. The hodgepog would be added to my scrap quilt pile and maybe small pieces towards an I Spy pillow cover. I don't have any sock monkeys, so I prefer it.

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  137. Put the crow fabric in a Halloween quilt. I would LOVE the hodge podge! I love making little bitty hexagons and scraps are perfect for that! Thanks so much!

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  138. I like them all,the crow fabric would look nice in a Halloween quilt, I still prefer the charm pack.

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  139. Can I answer all? this is my 'girl-time' :) !!
    (1) I would use it as a backing for something colorful - great contrast!
    (2) Oh believe me either! I'm drooling :)
    (3) I'd have a blast with it making eye-spy or other cool scrappys!
    (4) Both! Monkeys for the kid charity quilts I do and beets for a small jar quilt!

    *hugs*
    Jackie(at)jackiesue.com
    http://sewfun2quilt.blogspot.com/

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  140. i would rather win the charm pack >.< i think the apple and orange and yellow fabrics would make a cute girl's skirt.

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  141. Sock monkeys over beets anyday, and you could use the crows for a scarecrow panel border for a halloween/ autumn wallhanging. It is a wee bit Alfred Hitchcocky....but yeah, I see what you're saying now that I"m thinking about it...heheheheh
    nsue21702 at gmail dot com

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  142. I would use this wonderful hodgepodge to make little pencil cases for my son's kindergarten class... maybe mixing a strip of fabric with a solid or linen.

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  143. the hodgepodge sounds really good! I could make a beautiful bag.
    you can use the crows fabric to make whatever you want, since is a neutral color (I think)
    Thank you so much for the chance!

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  144. I *love* the sock monkeys and I think I might even make my nephews matching ties from it if there is enough of it! It is super cute!

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  145. I think I like a hodgepodge better, it is like my personality. Never organized or perfectly matched. Always, scrappy.

    Thank You,

    Wendy

    richshelpmate @ yahoo dot com

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  146. I would love to win any fabric!

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  147. A tote bag! I'd love any os the fabric!
    Greetings from Chile!
    mmimica(at)maimonides(dot)cl

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  148. Oh, I love the hodgepodge! I love seeing peoples stashes and the random piles of leftovers/fabrics they couldn't resist buying! Most of those desperately want to be in my ispy quilt (especially the little crows! And jellybeans! I love, love those!) OH, pick me!

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  149. Oh I love the scraps! I love scraps! There just seem like lots of possibilities! and I am trying to do a i spy quilt so this would be perfect... and sock monkeys over beets! Thanks

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  150. (1) what to do with the crows fabric. - I would make cat toys.

    (2) if you'd rather win the hodgepodge or the charm pack - Hodgepodge

    (3) what you'd do with the hodgepodge - I see a funky pillow cover in those fabrics.


    (4) whether you like the sock monkeys or the beets better. - I like the beets because I'm currently on a beet jag. Have you ever had an orange or yellow beet? Yum.

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  151. I like that sock monkey over the beets. That orange is terrific and my sewing buddy would be so jealous if I had that pc in ORANGE, no less!

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  152. Hmm...I think the crows would be a nice addition to a black and white quilt. And I like the monkeys over the beets (poor beets, it's not their fault the monkeys are so cute!)

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  153. Hello :) I think the Hodge Podge would be fun. I would make potholders, purses, wallets, Oh the possibilities.. LOL
    Elle8130(at)yahoo(dot) com

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  154. I love the sock monkeys.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

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  155. I love the sock monkey fabric. That alone makes the hodge podge even more appealing than it already is.

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  156. The hodgepodge without a doubt! The sock monkeys and the jellybeans are great. I collecting for some I-spy quilts for my nieces and nephews and my baby boy.

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  157. Beets rock my socks! I'm trying to grow some on my back deck in planters... :-) But I'd prefer the charm pack in the long run, I think :-)

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  158. Hodgepodge for sure. Wonderful for all of us fabric junkies. :) Thanks for the chance.

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  159. Oh I think making a black and white quilt with the crows would be great. Maybe add in one other color just a bit. Yeah...a quilt featuring those crows would be neat.

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  160. Think I would prefer the hodgepodge, but am finding it very difficult to decide between the monkeys and the beets :)

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  161. I love the hodgepodge, because I love several of the fabrics. The monkeys are my favorites.
    I say, go with creepy for the crows! How about using it in a Halloween quilt? Very Hitchkock.

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  162. Wow, thanks for the fantastic giveaway!
    I would be happy with any of these. My daughter's 4-H group makes seamless pillowcases for the Akron Children's Hospital and we are always looking for fabric!
    My fingers are crossed!
    epblack at zoominternet dot net

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  163. Hodgepodge sounds & looks great
    raegreen1[at]verizon[dot]net

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  164. 1. Crows for button covers, or embrace the creepy & go for something Halloween-ish. Or a cool fabric bowl.
    2. Hodgepodge, baby!
    3. Hmmm...think I'd have to see it to really get inspired. But...fabric bowls, coasters, pieces of a quilt, kitchen accessories, headbands...
    4. Sock monkeys.
    Sweet giveaway, thanks!

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  165. I like the hodgepodge!
    I don't know about the crows... I think in small amounts it wouldn't be as creepy as a large piece would be. However, I think it might be fun to make grocery bags! You should get some interesting comments from that!
    Oh, and i'm a little bit scared of sock monkeys. Thank you for the chance to win some great fabric!
    Laila
    pixie_shadow AT hotmail.com

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  166. I like the hodgepodge. There are just too many possibilities!

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  167. Sock monkeys rule! :-) Thanks for the giveaway! realbeal-at-gmail-dot-com

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  168. I would rather win the charm pack. But I'm not sure I can win it by commenting on this one. Thanks for the chance to win. stephspitzer at gmail dot com

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  169. I'm a hodgepodge fan myself :)
    great giveaway :) very creative!

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  170. I definitely like the beets better, because sock monkeys give me the creeps (I know, I'm weird like that).

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  171. I love hodge podge. Scrap quilts are my favorite. I've often been tempted to chop my stash up into teeny pieces!

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  172. I've always love the sock monkey so that would be my favorite! thank you!! xo

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  173. I love charm packs, but a hodgepodge of scraps sets my heart racing, and makes me run down to my sewing machine to start sewing string blocks. I love the freedom to put beets next to jellybeans next to crows, without worrying about mixing and matching and co-ordinating ;)

    The crows fabric would be really cute as a set of pillowcases (with black cuffs and a white accent band) - teenagers, especially, would love the theme, lol. What I would do with the hodgepodge fabric would be to make string or scrap blocks and then make something with the blocks - cat quilt, pillow cover, tablerunner, tote bag, window valance - something funky and colorful :) Sock monkeys make me smile, but beets - NOW you're talking, LOL!!! Beet fabric - who'd a thunk it!

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  174. I'm following you (said in a stalker voice), if following = subscribing through bloglines :D Anybody who posts beet fabric NEEDS to be followed - lord only knows what you're going to get into next, and I don't want to miss it, LOL!

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  175. Sock monkey rules! I have no preferences about either fabric stash - I love it all! LOL!

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  176. I would love the hodgepodge. And I like the beets better, I love food fabric -jelly beans!
    ummabbaas AT yahoo DOT com

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