Give Away Day

It's Giveaway day!!
Organised by Sew Mama Sew,
This is huge!! Hundereds of bloggers and shops all giving away something either handmade or that you can use to make something crafty.

My giveaway is a combination of both- something handmade that You can have the fun of making something with.

I'm offering this set of 16 fun, colourful, scrappyluscious blocks.

They're 12 inches square so big enough to be versatile.

You might like to sew them together like this quilt or maybe put sashing in between the blocks, natural linen would look great or some crazy stripes. Put them on point and feature a bold print or a solid in between.

You could use them for cushions, a skirt or even a big colourful bag.
Or how some little peekaboo curtains.
I've had fun doing my bit - the next exciting step is up to you.
So what do you think ? Would you like to play with these colourful crazy blocks?
If so all you have to do is..

Leave me a comment saying what you would do with them.
If you're a lovely follower or become a follower you may leave another comment.
If you tweet, blog, bleep or tell a stranger in the street about this giveaway you can leave yet another comment

If you have broccoli or pumpkin with dinner you can leave another comment

If you like the blocks but don't want to win them because you have so many projects on the go already and you really don't need another one, you can still leave a friendly comment but say you're happy for them to go to someone else, or something like that.

Entries close on Friday 17th Dec and I'll post them out on the 20th Dec.
And yessiree I'll ship internationally!


okay I think that's it.. so leave a comment or two. If you're a new visitor to my blog, thanks for visiting and feel free to have a wander around and read a few posts!!

Then head over to Sew Mama Sew for more fun Giveaway locations.

Good Luck and Happy Giveaway Day!!

Comments are now closed for this giveaway. The biggest THANK YOU to all the amazing, enthusiastic, lovely, sweet, funny comments everyone left. I'm sorry I couldn't reply to most of them due to a very busy week, but I hope to get around to visiting blogs over the next few weeks. Thanks again!!


Give Away Day

369 comments

  1. Oh my goodness, you rock! Love those blocks and love your style. :)

    Pick me ok? Even though I didn't have broccoli for dinner...I wish I did for your sake. ;)

    Genevieve

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  2. Wow the blocks are fantastic, lots of beautiful scrappiness. I have too many WIP's on the go already, so as much as I would love them I am NOT going to put my hand up for them as they deserve to be played with and made into something beautiful before the end of the next decade.
    I even had broccolini for dinner!
    A gorgeous giveaway.

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  3. What a corking giveaway!

    I would put these fab blocks into long panels of voile as curtains in my sitting room! Oh yes!

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  4. ha ha ... broccoli - I had homemade broccoli and stilton soup for supper last night :) it was scrummy

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  5. and ... I tweeted - many thanks for such a lovely giveaway

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  6. Hah i had roast pumpkin! Your blocks look fantastic i would probably sew them together for a quilt! Thanks Rachael!

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  7. Lovely fun. I think with all the lovely work you have done they need to go into a gorgeous quilt!!! I'd love to win!!!

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  8. These are sooo cool!!
    I would sew them together and make a funky wall hanging for my sewing room!
    Thanks for the great giveaway!
    h_freund@hotmail.com

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  9. hahahaha!! And yes I eat brocoli with dinner!!

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  10. I'd sew them as a border for simple white curtains for my guest room in the mountains....They'd be as pretty as the view beyond.

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  11. What a great set of blocks! I wouls use them to make a throw for our very boring sofas here in our cottage in Ireland!

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  12. Ooh! I've got just the project in mind for these!

    I'm participating in the Sew, Mama, Sew Giveaway Day! I hope you have time to stop over and enter my giveaway at homemakerhoney.com

    Merry Christmas!

    Deborah
    Homemaker Honey
    homemakerhoney @gmail .com

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  13. These would look very cool as placemats. I love funky, quilted placemats, plus I see some of my favorite fabrics in these scrappy blocks.

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  14. These are so amazing! I would totally make them into a quilt! I love crazy quilts and this would be so fun!
    jinglesells at gmail dot com

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  15. YES I would LOVE to win those awesome blocks!! I would totally make a gorgeous quilt with them and hopefully do them justice (love the bike one especially!!)

    I'm also hosting a giveaway - for Aussie's only- so pop across and take a look :)

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  16. Your blocks are way cool. I'd make a quilt!

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  17. I would make these beautiful blocks into placemats.

    Sarah (skmcgrat@tcd.ie)

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  18. I would make some into zipper pouches, or a smalll lap quilt, or a purse.

    Bmoore_mamabee(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  19. We had broccoli for dinner and are having pumpkin muffins for dessert tonight. It's destiny!
    Bmoore_mamabee(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  20. Greetings from Toronto, Canada!
    Broccoli-Yes! Last night in my stir fry with shrimp! YUM!
    What fabulous squares! I would definately turn them into a quilt, or perhaps a tote bag, or a crib quilt, or....maybe I'll just sit and stare at them for awhile, admire them and wait until they speak to me :)
    Please enter me! Thank you!

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  21. I would make a quilt for my sister.

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  22. I had broccoli with my dinner and it was delicious :)

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  23. Also, I'm already a follower, and December 17th is my birthday! :) I would love to win...

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  24. This has got to be my fave giveaway so far--I'd love to quilt those pretty blocks!

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  25. What a generous give away! All that work out the door and in the mail. They look great. But I'm going to give someone else a chance to win them because heaven knows, I have too much to do as it is. Good luck to all the entrants!

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  26. I'm a new follower, too! My blog is http://lindsaysews.com

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  27. I just LOVE those blocks! And first of all I would be makinf pillows and a bag! I really love them!

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  28. Oh my gosh!! I love those! Definitely a couple gorgeous lap quilts or one bigger quilt :) thank you for all this work!
    Dkburroughs21@aol.com

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  29. Those are amazing blocks. Really fabulous!

    I would love to win. I don't Facebook, tweet or anyother thing like that...but I blog. :)

    I have never eaten pumpkin AND broccoli, but we eat them both by themselves. :)

    I will be back. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  30. I would make a quilt! Awesome stuff :)

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  31. Your blocks are so great-I can't believe you are giving them away! I'd use them in a quilt-probably sashed in white! I love scrappy!

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  32. Broccoli yes! Pumpkin no (unless it's pumpkin pie!)

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  33. I would make a bag...or maybe a quilt...

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  34. I love those blocks!!! I think I'd make a quilt with white sashing to make the colors really POP!

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  35. And just for you, we'll have broccoli with dinner tonight!

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  36. those are fabulous!!! I love scrappy quilt blocks. I think I'd make them into a snuggly quilt with solid coloured sashes... lovely!

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  37. That is exactly the quilting style I love, but I'm terrible at!!! I would definitely sew together for a fab-o quilt!

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  38. These blocks are so great! Would love to make a quilt with them. I need to do this with my own scraps too!!

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  39. I would love to win those beautiful blocks!!

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  40. I don't blog or tweet but I will tell everyone at my sewing group tomorrow

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  41. Yikes...LOVE! I would sew these up together and make a quilt for my family room. Love!

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  42. And...well, we did have broccoli for dinner last night as a matter of fact. My kids love broccoli

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  43. Gorgeous! I would make a lap quilt and some matching pillows!

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  44. omg those blocks are so lovely --- and of course i don't have enough ufos of my own! I think i'd use them all in a quilt --- but maybe a bag OR 16)

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  45. ... i'm following in google reader

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  46. I'm seeing a set of curtains with a few of the blocks and a quilt with creamy linen sashing with some of the others. Loving the Hope Valley block.

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  47. I can't even explain how BADLY I want those yummy scrappy blocks! I love them!
    I think I would use them to make a pillow seat cover for my vintage...oh, heck I don't know what it is called - it is a woven sisal bench thingy with storage inside. Those blocks would be the perfect thing to make it pop.

    hugs & happy holidays,
    Heidi
    heidig@gmail.com

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  48. I actually had pumpkin cheesecake yesterday, and will be making broccoli tonight, with BBQ steak (yes, I will be BBQing in knee deep snow!)

    hugs & happy holidays,
    Heidi
    heidig@gmail.com

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  49. GReat Blocks again! Love your colors as always! I would make a quilt, or maybe pillows.
    Thanks

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  50. I'd make a quilt for my sister with these blocks, they are so fun!

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  51. I'm having broccoli in my chicken noodle casserole for dinner!

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  52. New Reader ... am finding lots of blogs that inspire me ... so much more reading which is wonderful. I'd make them into a cot quilt for my wee girl.

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  53. I LOVE those blocks! I would make a quilt with them.

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  54. I am totally having broccoli for supper.

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  55. oohhh so pretty! I would make them into a quilt or pillow cover, so pretty!

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  56. Lovely! I think a fun, refreshing shower curtain would be in order with those quilt blocks!

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  57. I'd definitely sew them into a quilt. I'd probably add some solids as well. I think that my DD would love a quilt this colorful.

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  58. Oh I LOVE the scrappy block!! I just inherited a very 70's set of scrappy blocks from my grandma, I'd love to work them together somehow--two sides of a quilt or something. Very cool giveaway!

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  59. I would make a quilt for one of my kids with the blocks, they look so fun!

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  60. i think i'd make a quilt for my new couch! it's needing something fantastic! and i had a pumpkin cookie for dessert...

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  61. OHMY THESE are so cute. I would totally make them into a quilt and tell people I made it

    okay not that part but I would make them into a quilt :D

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  62. UM does it count if I go buy broccoli for dinner tonight? y/y?
    How about homemade chicken soup? :DDD lol

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  63. I would love those blocks! I would make a quilt for sure.

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  64. And we are broccoli eaters over here!

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  65. I think I would put them together and use it as a tablecloth on my little table in the kitchen. I'm also thinking about having a tea party in the spring and this would look great on the table.

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  66. We have been having broccoli for dinner the last 2 days (gotta use it up)!

    Thanks,
    liz@mommysaidsew.com

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  67. I'd use your love squares to make a couple of things... a few would go into skirts for my girls (ages 3 and 1) and a few would turn into zipper pouches for gift giving to friends and family. Then I'd probably take my very favorites and frame them to decorate my own sewing work space!

    Thanks,
    liz@mommysaidsew.com

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  68. Put them all together with some black and white sashing and make a quilt for me! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  69. They are so lovely! I would make them into a bunch of hot pads/trivets :)

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  70. I would totally make a hobo bag. Or a quilt. Gah, can't decide.
    embyrfire@hotmail.com

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  71. ...and I just made pumpkin pie that we're eating for dessert tonight. Does that count as pumpkin for dinner?
    embyrfire@hotmail.com

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  72. LOVE LOVE LOVE those blocks! They are soooooo freaking cute! I would instantly sash them (although I'm not really a fan of sashing) and wrap up in them! I think I would have to look at them all day and just take fabulous cat naps underthem! jealous of who gets these already!

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  73. I love these. My first thought would be to give them to my sil, but honestly, they make me want to make my very first quilt!

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  74. Love them! I think I'd make my first quilt. :)

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  75. Wow - I love your blocks! I would sash them with white to show off the colors and make a quilt for my nieces! thanks !

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  76. What a lovely blog - I am a new follower.
    have a lovely holiday season!

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  77. I'm a new visitor, love the blocks. They are so cute!

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  78. I like your blocks and I hope I can win!

    thank you for sharing.

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  79. I don't quilt but if you have done all the hard work then I will! hehehe

    xo Steph

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  80. I am stalking you, I mean following!!

    xo Steph

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  81. I also noticed that there was no signage on the harbour bridge about your giveaway so I got that all done for you! That should drive a lot traffic to your shop and blog!! No need to thank me just call past my blog and enter my giveaway too lol...

    xo Steph

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  82. these colorful blocks are so fun. i would love to put some sashing around them and turn them into a happy, cheerful quilt. cheers!

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  83. I would love to make these into a quilt! I am new to the sewing scene and these squares would be the perfect way to jump start my way into making a quilt!

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  84. Your blocks are soooooooooooooo cheerful. I'm sure they'll make a gorgeous scrappy quilt.

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  85. I would definately make a quilt, your blocks are wonderful!

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  86. i absolutly love the colors in all of those delicious blocks! i think they would look beautiful as a part of a lap quilt for my baby room- expecting #1 in February!!! (and babies love color!!) marie5k@yahoo.com

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  87. oh no! i didn't have broccoli or pumpkin!
    i LOVE these :D the colours are simply beautiful.. i'm such a colours person :D i think i would make a bag or a skirt..probably a skirt,
    thanks so much for the chance to enter
    incase I win :) my email is ekswhyzed_@hotmail.com
    i will be back for a more detailed peruse of your blog later when o have more time :)

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  88. I would love them! They would make a wonderful quilt to donate to a local fire house. The families there have lost everything to fire. They would get this to cuddle!

    Merry Christmas!

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  89. I need cushions for ma new couch. These are awesome!

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  90. I would make a table runner out of them. Thanks.

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  91. Love them! I would give them to my mother who is a much better quilter than I and have her put them together for my daughter to use as a "I spy" quilt!

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  92. I love quilt kits! It'd def be made into a quilt, no doubts about it.

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  93. wow wow wow. these are just amazing. especially the bicycle ones. i love them!!

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  94. I think the blocks would make a great, colourful quilt! Thanks for the chance to win! And now I'm wishing I'd had some broccoli or pumpkin tonight! I had broccoli last night, does that count? ;)

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  95. I would love these blocks. they would make a outstanding quilt1!!thanks for your generousity

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  96. I think curtains for my sewing room! Thanks! :)

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  97. Those are gorgeous! They definitely say quilt to me. =) <3


    (craftymom85atgmaildotcom)

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  98. I'd love to use your blocks to make a quilt!! I promise they won't be laying around for decades. I also had broccoli and pumpkin for dinner. (Do you get angry if people tell white lies?)

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  99. You know what? I think I would use those blocks to make placemats. My grandma had some wonderful scrappy placemats on her kitchen table and I think these would be a wonderful way to honor her memory.
    amandassnyder at yahoo dot com

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  100. Hmmm, I think I would use these in my guest room, some in a curtain maybe cut to go further and then as a off set pillow top. Yummy!

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  101. Wow! What a generous and fun giveaway. I think I would add sashing (cream? grey?) and make "my" first quilt. Haha. They're darling.

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  102. A lovely giveaway! These would make a wonderful quilt!

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  103. Oh man! I want to win this SOO badly! Your blocks look amazing. I'm not sure what I would make with them, if I would continue on to make a quilt, or what. But I just have to have them ::fingers crossed::

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  104. These are really cool!

    jshen37 at gmail dot com

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  105. And I totally caught that... we had broccoli with dinner (or as my 13 month old calls it "broc broc").

    jshen37 at gmail dot com

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  106. oh your blocks are amazing- I would make a quilt with them. It would be so pretty with all the colors, patterns and designs.

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  107. I am a new follower of your blog

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  108. I told my sewing girlfriends about your giveaway - hope that counts

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  109. These are amazing! What a great giveaway-Thank you for the chance!
    rescuedgoods@gmail.com

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  110. I'm addicted to fabric! I've started to make bags, and would love to make more!

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  111. I have no freakin idea what I will do with them but I want to see if I can win with just one comment.

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  112. These would be a great challenge -- combined with what's in my fabric stash to make a quilt top.
    pwofford@triad.rr.com

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  113. I'd love to make them into a quilt! They're awesome!

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  114. I blogged about your giveaway at: http://quiltyascharged.blogspot.com/2010/12/giveaway-at-blue-mountain-daisy.html

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  115. i would make a quilt.
    fingers crossed,
    Melissa B.
    mbabecka@gmail.com
    www.minimomentsoflife.blogspot.com

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  116. i am now a follower of your blog.
    fingers crossed,
    Melissa B.
    mbabecka@gmail.com
    www.minimomentsoflife.blogspot.com

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  117. i told a friend about your blog & giveaway.
    fingers crossed,
    Melissa B.
    mbabecka@gmail.com
    www.minimomentsoflife.blogspot.com

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  118. i ate broccoli with dinner tonight.
    fingers crossed,
    Melissa B.
    mbabecka@gmail.com
    www.minimomentsoflife.blogspot.com

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  119. This would be so much fun! Thanks for the chance.
    thurbs8(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  120. I would make a fun bag! Thanks for the chance!

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  121. Hey! I had broccoli for dinner! Yum!

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  122. I have n idea what to do with these but what fun figuring it out. They just inspire creativity.
    jmclean at mts dot net

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  123. I had pumpkin bread pudding, does that count?!

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  124. I think I'd make them into mug rugs for my girlfriends. There are three of us that get together for tea/coffee every week and it would be awesome to make some great mug rugs for us to use when we're hanging out.

    limes.sweet(at)gmail(dot)com

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  125. those blocks rock my socks!!!! I think I'd make pillows to share the love with the people I love.

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  126. Those blocks are amazing!!!

    life596(at)aol(dot)com

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  127. I think I would make them into several different sizes of bags for myself and a few friends. They're all so cute!

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  128. I've signed up to be a follower too!

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  129. I would make pillows and share them with friends and family.

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  130. Definately make some pillows. Love the bicycle.

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  131. I think I would just keep it simple and sew the blocks together into a quilt for my daughter if I were lucky enough to win.

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  132. I had broccoli with dinner tonight. :)

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  133. Wonderful scrappy blocks. I love!
    PS... I've eaten broccoli and pumpkin with dinner, lol.

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  134. Very cool blocks!
    dvdenter (at) gci (dot)net

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  135. Hello! Wonderful giveaway! I would love to make a quilt for my little baby girl!

    kennedycraft (at) aol (dot) com

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  136. Following your blog now!

    kennedycraft (at) aol (dot) com

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  137. Had broccoli for dinner...in a yummy 7 cheese veggie lasagna...was amaaaaaazing!

    kennedycraft (at) aol (dot) com

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  138. Wow, great prize! I'd make them into a series of unique bags and maybe a cushion or two (not sure how big they are!!). Thanks for the chance

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  139. I do have some broccoli in the fridge and I'm willing to eat it if you want me to. My bunnies have broccoli for tea quite often (and breakfast) - they had it for breakfast this morning so they'd like a chance to win.

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  140. These are really cute and very creative. I think I would do something with sashing, but maybe not so these are vertical/horizontal. yarnpig (@) gmail.com

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  141. Very very wonderful, your blocks! If I win, I will make a window-quilt out of them to hide the chaos in my sewing room.

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  142. your blocks are lovely! its so generous of you to give them away to us :) I'd love to use them to make something for my mom on her 60th Birthday in January...Thanks a ton for the giveaway.
    runadamji@gmail.com

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  143. oh pick me pick me!!! these are great, i can see you must have had a ball sewing these together,so many snippets of interesting fabrics! i would definately give these to my mum to make me a quilt! she is doing some lovely piecing at the moment and i think your squares would inspire her. Thankyou. P.S she's over the blue mountains - At Yetholme!! Happy Quilting!

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  144. quilt! quilt!
    I think this is a GREAT giveaway!
    Merry Christmas!

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  145. I would use them to line the backs of matching sized crocheted squares! How fun would that be picking out yarns to match your fabric colors!

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  146. I'd definitely put these together as a quilt (I love your idea of natural linen sashing). Thanks for the giveaway!

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  147. wow this is gorgeous work! I may try and make a quilt with them. Thanks for the chance!

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  148. I would make a quilt to use as my main bed cover!

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  149. Love the blocks! I would make a quilt to hang on my wall.

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  150. wow! what beautiful blocks. i'd love to put them together in a quilt. probably for my family room. love all the colors :)
    marileegarff at yahoo dot com

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  151. These are gorgeous, why ever would you give them away!?

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  152. Those are awesome! I probably would sew them into a quilt because we could use some around here. I don't have the patience for quilting, so you have already done the hardest part for me! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  153. O, and btw, I do eat broccoli and pumpkin for dinner. Pumpkin soup is delicious, but my favorite way to have it for dinner? Pumpkin pie! LOL ! Thanks for the extra chance!

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  154. I think I'd make little curtains for my kitchen window, those blocks would be perfect!

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  155. I'm a new follower. . I am not a fussy fan yet some of your items are very lovely.

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  156. These are beautiful! I think I would make a quilt. It would be almost like someone made one for me since you've done most of the piecing already!

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  157. These are great blocks. . thanks for hosting a giveaway.

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  158. What a lovely gift. I would maybe make a skirt with them or maybe a quilt. Or maybe pillows. I am not sure, but I would make something wonderful with them.

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  159. Absolutely Love those blocks!! Would make a scrappy bag with them!!!!!1 Love those colors, so yummy...yum
    Tks fr this great giveaway:D

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  160. Hi, what a great giveaway! Those blocks are beautiful - I'd sash them and sew them right up into a quilt.

    If you'd like to enter my giveaway as well, it is here: (I'm giving away some fabric coasters and a bit of Heather Ross!)
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/ananemone

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  161. those are incredible! i would stitch them up into a quilt for my baby who is coming in june - or for my daughter - or for myself to enjoy before the baby comes... :-)

    thank you SO much for the chance to win. i would be over the moon to have these stunning blocks to work with.

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  162. broccoli is my two-year-old's favorite, and i think we are having a broccoli, mushroom, cheese noodle casserole for dinner tonight. yum!!!!

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  163. These are so fun! I would love to sew them into a quilt or . . . they would look cool individually framed for art. . . hard decisions! Thanks for the chance!

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  164. I LOVE these! I would love to use them for a tote or possibly a pillow!!! Thanks for the chance!

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  165. I had broccoli ;) My 18 month old son loves it! My daughter used to love it, but she's on a broccoli break, overdose I think!

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  166. I just became a follower of your BLOG!

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  167. I tweeted! Thanks!

    http://twitter.com/#!/narniamum/status/14746567877595136

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  169. I just posted a link about your Wonderful Giveaway on my FACEBOOK page!

    http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/pages/Rosy-Stitch/357810004803

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  170. This is just FABULOUS! I would make a little lap quilt and put the bicycle right in the center! I love riding a bike! ♥

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  171. I am a new follower! Hope you'll visit me soon, too! ♥

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  172. For dinner last night we had steak, baked potato and BROCCOLI with a little Romano cheese sprinkled on top! It was yummy! heehee! ♥

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  173. Those blocks are AMAZING! It would be an honor to win those! How fun would that be... I would do a table runner, maybe some pot holders? Maybe frame some.... LOVE IT! Thanks

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  174. I love Broccoli! I had it in soup yesterday and probably will today! THANKS AGAIN!

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  175. Those blocks are great! I think I'd turn them into a fun skirt for myself or one of my DDs.

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  176. I've never made a quilt before but if i won these i just might. Otherwisei would use them for zipper pouches and lots of little things!

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  177. I think I would make adorable baby quilt for #3 because I. Love color for the babes!

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  178. Cute blocks! I'm going to be making a few quilts for Quilt Hope In--a shop that is working to raise money for women and children in Haiti. I would love to finish these blocks into a quilt for the shop.
    Thank you for the chance to win!
    kellyihovey[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  179. My daughter had pumpkin for lunch...does that count?!
    kellyihovey[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  180. Thanks for a chance to win. I'd put those into a bag for one of my daughters :-)

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