Saturday, March 12, 2011

Tonight at 11:30 pm. E.T. Zone the winner will be announced for this Sponsor Giveaway, will it be YOU?



also Presencia, Green Fairy Quilts, Chitter Chatter Designs,
Jane's Fabrics Swartch Buddies, Aurifil,  Riley Blake. 


Our sponsors and we have many of them...would love
to celebrate SPRING with you, ( ok in North America)
Fall for our Aussies and NZ.

How about celebrating a new SEASON...
with all these giveaways, layer cakes, charm packs, jelly rolls,
fat quarter bundles, patterns, silk fabric, silk floss, embroidery
packages complete with pattern and floss, background fabric...books...
( oh and this is just some of the sampling...I have just been informed
there is more coming...a lot more)


All of their links are on the right side of our blog, under SPONSORS.
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We are very fortunate to have such great companies
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"If you could create and design your own material.
what would it look like, what color would it be?"
(mine would be buttercream background with words in black
that would say, just a minute, one more stitch, I hear you, 
one more seam...)



Saturday 11:30 PM  .....willl be our DRAW day! good luck everyone!
( and there is much more to add then in this photo)
just saying...

I will be sending links to your wonderful colorful answers
to some keen FABRIC companies..yes I am ....
they are that good...
If nothing comes from it, at least they will know
what some of you really LIKE!...

150 comments:

  1. I am hoping it will be me, with my architectural, building materials: all over designs of weatherboard, galvanised iron,timber and stripes of twisted iron rods etc, in lovely weathered colours of grey, tam, russet and ochre.So useful for manly quilts

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  2. My fabric would be pink and burgundy and feature birds. With a touch of whimsy.
    -Michelle
    needlefood@gmail.com

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  3. Umm, my fabric would actually have to be a LINE of fabric...those yummy turquoise, lime green, periwinkle and maybe a pop of tangerine colors...with some sort of dotted swirls...and a little fishy here and there!

    pamelanees@gmail.com

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  4. My fabric would be yellow, grey and white and would have bees on it!!!
    Thanks for the chance...
    Cheers from India
    Shruti
    13woodhouseroad(at)gmail(dot)com

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  5. Mine would be a light green vine swirling and curling covered in delicate musk colored flowers on a back ground of baby blue...

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  6. Ooooh that's some loot one lucky reader will win! It's my birthday today so I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
    My fabric would be a cotton linen blend in green or teal with a word print, probably words that make me laugh like 'peasant'.

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  7. Greens and purples ... with a splash of orange!

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  8. Mine would be hand stitched cherry blossoms and thread and needles and it would be cream and magenta and blue and probably need a lot more thought LOL

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  9. Mine would have to be purple with lavender swirls.

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  10. Mine would be strawberry and cream in a shabby chic design.

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  11. Mine would be autumn tones (I'm in oz where fall is starting) rusty red, gold, purple, leaves floating in a sea of brown and cream background. Being in oz means lots of trees don't loose there leaves or should I say where I live they don't. The Jacarandas in my front yard will loose there leaves but not until mid winter.

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  12. I can't find your original post with the "rules" of the giveaway :( I would love to be entered. Designing my own fabric - hmmmmm. I've never thought about it before. My taste and style changes all the time from country blues, yellows and creams to pinks and ivory to reds and gray.

    Lucy

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  13. My faabric design would be very colorful and a rainbow of reds, yellows and some hummingbirds and butterflys. I am not very great with designing so you might not like mine but I would love to give it a try.

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  14. Dear Madame Samm,

    I am so entertained by your blog. I love the little surveys on your sidebar, but sometimes I have difficulty reading the results, particularly the %, because it is almost the same colour as the background. I don't know if I am the only one but I thought possibly not and I know you'd like to know.

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  15. I cross my fingers !! Everything is possibel. If I could design my own fabric it would be red with a little white en pink and a little bit of soft yellow. There should be movement in it; the light colors coming out of the darker red.
    greetings from Liesbeth

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  16. Mine would be white background with tiny pink flowers spread all over.

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  17. I would chose a barn red tone on tone fabric with hints of maple leaves floating all around. Then, I would have to design a coordinating cream fabric with a simple outline in the red of the leaves falling off the trees.
    Wow!! What a wonderful giveaway!!! Thanks to all the sponsors! Someone special will really get a wonderful gift!!!! Hugs Ariane

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  18. I would love to make a line in batiks - the northern lights - and reflections of it.

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  19. Turquoise and red with cuckoo clocks!

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  20. Dark colors and prim style for sure! With some plaid thrown in. Maybe some plum color because that is hard to find.

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  21. I love spring. Mine would be bright yellow flowers with blues thrown in it.

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  22. My fabric would include vintage postcards of dachshunds! A garden fabric with hollyhocks and dachshunds. :) :)

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  23. Pink and lime - floral or butterflies print!

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  24. I am loving everyone's ideas! Another combo I like is pink and brown.

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  25. I would design mine to remind me of a cardinal. My Granmother used to love cardinals and was an avid bird watcher and feeder. I have searched for the perfect fabric and have not yet found it.

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  26. Oh Madame Samm I am keeping my fingers crossed.

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  27. My fabric would be shades of blue to look like water!

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  28. Line drawn spirals on a color block background. Modern and minimalist both.

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  29. I'd love to make something that mimics the fantastic Moorish mosaics of the Alhambra and other castles.. oooh, in dark blues and reds and greens.. I can almost see it now..

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  30. I love batiks, especially in the water colors with turquoise and blues

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  32. Bright colors with music symbols splashed all over.

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  33. I would love to see some fabric with tea cups and saucers on a creamy yellow background with coordinating fabric with yellow and pink roses on a lacy background.

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  34. I would design fabric with a sewing theme, spools, needles, bobbins etc. You get the idea.

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  35. I know the colors would be green or orange or a combination of green and cream or orange and cream. I love paisley print so that is probably what it would be. Actually it would be a combination of all 3 colors.

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  36. Thanks, Madame Samm, for the great giveaway! You were up early this morning!

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  37. I know this is a boring answer but I want better white fabrics! I find my white on white prints turning yellow with age (yes...I am that old!) and plain white is boring. I want white backgrounds with tiny interesting coloured designs...a variation of old shirtings.

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  38. Trees are my thing so I would design a fabric with bare tree silhouettes and fiery sunset background colors.

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  39. If I could design my own fabric, it would be pink. Or at least have pink in it. It would have to be bright. And maybe have daisy's on it. I love daisy's.
    It would be bright and refreshing. Something that would make you smile as soon as you seen it. Like a breath of fresh air. Maybe I am just dreaming of the "dream on collection" darn they allready thought of me.

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  40. If I could only design my own fabrice, but the talents of others is just AMAZING - I do lean towards purple and greens though.

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  41. I could sure use a fabric with chemical names, formulas and symbols all over it, and maybe even one for mathematics too!

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  42. I would have the perfect blend of gold/cream (not yellow, exactly, nor gold, exactly) but the perfect blend of the two for background, and I would have to have some red and purple to throw in the mix, as in a print with pale reds/lavenders/yellows/wheatgrass greens :)

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  43. I make cushions ,pictures and handbags so all the colours would be so lovely ,,..love Jan xx

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  44. Have to tell you, I'd be happy to celebrate spring with anyone at this point!!

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  45. Hi Madame Samm, What fun goodies! I am really liking the more modern fabrics nowawdays. They are fresh and fun. I know those aren't colors... but do you get the idea? I also like dots and stripes. Michael Miller and Alexander Henry are two of my favorite companies.

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  46. I already entered.. so this isn't another entry.. but I havn't stopped thinking about this since you asked.. silly right.. I must have come up with like a hundred ideas.. too bad I can't draw LOL. I would love to see more boy inspired fabrics. There are so many flowers and such.. but it seems much more difficult to make a quilt for a little boy or a man.. that really sticks in my mind.

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  47. I am a wishy-washy fabric person. One day I love the Civil War reproductions and the next, I can't get anough Kaffe Fasset florals. I use them all. My perfect fabric design is usually whatever strikes my fancy at the time. I could never be as good at it as those that are doing it, and I so appreciate them. I'd love, love, love to win this lot. I never win anything.lol bdalward@yahoo.com

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  48. Madame Samm, I enjoy reading your site every morning with my coffee in hand. Great tutorials and ways to use all that fabric I seem to be collecting. I would really like to design my own fabric and patterns some day. So my designs would be of natural elements around us... meaning nature itself, and then the whimsical. They would incorporate fresh spring colors, summer and autumn... mmmm, may consider winter! G

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  49. I love, love, love color - deep, drenched color... so my colors would be royal blues & purples, fiery oranges, red-hot reds, and sunshine yellows!

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  50. As a new grandmother, mine would be a happy design in blue and green and brown with little birds and the words "tweet" and "chirp".
    Thanks for your blog and this stimulus to daydream a little.

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  51. Madame Samm, in honor of my mother's birthday, I would love to have fabric with a little grey goose rocker, like the one her grandfather made for her when she was five years old. I just love nostaglic prints - postcards and Valentine's cards from the Victorian era would be lovely, too! Reproductions of china patterns would really be nice, too. Thank you, Madame, for organizing such a fantastic give-away of wonderful quilty items - what a great opportunity!

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  52. My fabric would be a fall color medley of tone on tones so that I can use them in a pieced quilt - forest green, orange, rust, red, etc. I'm getting tired of the muted and pale fabrics.

    Thanks for coordinating this Madame Samm

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  53. I could use a pick me up.
    Love giveaways.
    I am sharing with the students at the local collage.
    They are such bright and artistic young people.
    Monday they will be quilting.
    Some one gave me 8 bags of fabric leftovers to share with them.
    I will show them some ways to use them.
    Mary Ann at mavs@netnitco.net

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  54. I would make batiks and florals in beautiful jewel tones that I love!

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  55. My fabric would be for Christmas. I once bought some white fabric with small red and green stars all over it that I loved. I used this fabric in my Christmas projects as a background until I ran out of it. I have never seen anything like it again. It really makes a nicer background fabric for my Christmas projects--rather than just plain white!

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  56. It would be periwinkle with stylized dots and circles and a little lime and aqua thrown in.

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  57. RED.........I love all colors of course but lately i'm finding myself drawn towards RED, and if there are polkas in it all the better.
    I need 2 charity tops for May and 3 baby quilts for the end of June for teachers in school. Winning this would be a HUGE help!
    Peggy in NJ
    PS: I follow you regularly and have found such great hints from your guest bloggers!!!

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  58. My fabric would be a stripe with an assortment of blues and browns with coordinating prints, the stripe I can visualize and have been looking for it at quilt shops and online for mos. Thanks.

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  59. Oh my what a load of yummyness!!Humm well I would do a line of fabrics...tone on tones in creams, pretty soft browns,whispers of a floral with a sepia focus fabric of vintage photos. Can
    you tell I am into ancestry.com right now...;-)
    Hugs,
    Lola

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  60. I would design some modern designs on a bunch of neutrals, maybe geometric designs.

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  61. wow what a wonderful giveaway
    I think I like most all colors purple or blue are the best then I like green and red and orange is good too.....
    Thanks
    Rgena

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  62. A large-scale Asian print, with lots of florals, on a cream or pale yellow background. Peonies, definitely peonies! Just thinking about it makes me want to raid my Asian stash! Thanks!

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  63. I would like to do a design in soft pinks blues and greens with tiny flowers.

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  64. My passion is for picture quilts, so I would design a fabric range of leaves, bark, water, tiles, wood grain, pebbles, clouds, etc. Maybe a range of fabrics, or maybe one fabric where each w.o.f. had all the different designs

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  65. My dream fabric would be the colours I see when I look out my window and the various scenes on Nova Scotia, blue skies, gray waters, waves bright green grasses and trees, reds in the autumn. The architecture, boats,historic sites, Everything that show this place as "wonderful"

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  66. I would love a batik with leaf prints using wax relief in tones of brown, green, gold, and orange! I love autumn and fabrics that reflect it!

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  67. My fabric would be a complete range - black on white, white on black and some extra colours which would definitely include a bright orange, a lime green and a purple as well. Can't go wrong with black and white and brights!

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  68. Well being a ranch girl I would have to say my dream fabric would have to have cows, green grass & a barn or 2 with a nuetral background, trees & a hill or 2. You just can't find good cow prints nowadays.

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  69. I would love a floral design with navy blue, shades of coordinating blues along with a range of dark browns to cream.
    Rita E in AZ

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  70. Batiks. Can't get enough really dark batiks! Belinda

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  71. Deep red covered with transparent black curly cue swirls. I am a sucker for red fabric and that little extra touch of black does me in.

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  72. Coordinating fabrics in greens, blues, purples and reds, with swirls, leaves and birds.

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  73. Blues and teals, blending together with the words "dream: make it happen" (or something to that effect) written in black script over it. An uplifting, encouraging yummy fabric. Then I'd make pillowcases out of it! (I don't have a blog but I hope it's ok to comment anyway.)

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  74. pink, orange and lime, with black and white. large prints with swirls and dots. medium prints with birds and branches and then smallish tossed birds. ha! i've had troubles finding great orange fabric, so i'll just pretend make it. and make it wild!!

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  75. Ooh, just one fabric? That's a tough one! I'll go with citrus in any combination of the following, including all of it - lime green, leaf green, lemon yellow, grapefruit yellow orange orange, tangerine orange - cream for the flowers and a couple of browns for the trees ... an orchard!

    Thanks for the opportunity!

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  76. All the tulip colours

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  77. Well I am an Army wife and I would love to have some fabric that was slightly off white with the words written in skinny Army Green "Home is where the Army sends you" and if I had a line of fabric I would also have some material that had the names of our Army locations (both here in the USA and on other countries)and another piece of material that had line drawings of some of the historic homes that our bases have. Of course this would extend to the other brances of the military (Air Force, Navy, Coast Guard and Marines). There are so many of us who create with fabric in the military and it would be nice to have something personal to us to use! ;-)

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  78. my favorite color is orange and I so love bright white in a print or a quilt. Flowers and abstracts are my first loves so I would combine all of these, into a fabulous print with varying degrees of oranges and bright white on white.

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  79. I love the idea of military fabric!
    I've been thinking about this for a bit and I think I'd have a line with sports. Well, 2 lines. One with more pink in it for girls. The fabric would feature a sport, like soccer, then have coordinates with balls, nets, players on the field etc. There is not near enough 'guy fabric' in the world. ;-) Thanks for the fun!

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  80. My fabric would be inspired by rainbow colors. But now that I think about it, it should definitely NOT include actual rainbows! Maybe monochromatic florals or geometric patterns.

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  81. My fabric would be inspired by the roses and greens of spring, but slightly faded -- with hints of cream, lavender, blues, and soft reds. It would include both florals and geometric designs.

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  82. I absolutely love white and pink hydrangea's, so I would create something that would be delicate and show the repetition of the many petals of a flower like the hydrangea. An allover design showing slight variations of each color so that the petals were still distinct.

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  83. Mine would be camping themed - tents, campfires, etc. :)

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  84. I am crazy about hearts. Pink, purple and wonky would be perfect.

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  85. I would pick something with grey and magenta. Or maybe grey and aqua. I know it's been done, but I'm really feeling those colors lately.

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  86. I would like anything that looked like it came from the country in Southern France, or a Norwegian look. Colors buttery yellows, reds, and blue and white. mom at coxville dot com

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  87. I would create a rather old fashioned floral on the "perfect" neutral, off white background, Not too yellow, not too ecru. I've actually been on the hunt for it and haven't found it at any of my LQS's.

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  88. The fabric I would design today has a St. Patrick's Day theme as I need the luck of the Irish to win. There would be teeney tiny green shamrocks on a pale yellow and pale orange swirly background with little white daisy flowers sprinkled around. Oh so pretty it would be.

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  89. I was out shopping last night and in search of reds, really beautiful reds. I could not find them. It seemed so many reds were orangy and I wanted a deep beautiful red, so while I answered your question earlier, I would add that I would also design some patterned fabrics in a whole variety of red shades!
    That is one gorgeous giveaway! I would love to win it but I will be happy for whomever wins it. I probably have enough fabric but we know we all want more! LOL! Oh, and I really supported the fabric industry last night. While I couldn't find the reds I wanted, I found other things that made me smile that "got fabric" smile. :-)

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  90. If I were to create a fabric, there would be delicate pink and mauve flowers from an apple tree, soft cream with pale green and a bit of dark green here and there; some little pussy willows, a touch of promising blue for the sky and blue-grey for a hint of water near the pussy willows - I'm thinking of spring!

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  91. If I could design my own fabric line, it would be an ocean theme. There would be seashells, footprints in the sand, sandcastles, sandpipers, flip flops next to a towel and beach umbrella, ocean waves.

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  93. Mine would be blues and yellows and be beach inspired...I am just dreaming of summer time! What a wonderful giveaway!!!

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  94. I hope I will win :-) My another combination would be black & white & magenta!

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  95. My ideal fabric right now would be a large-scale vintage-inspired modern floral, perfect for backings, borders and big feature blocks. Done in dark blue, aqua and grays. Oh, to design the coordinates for the line around it...

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  96. I love anything vintage, with my favorite color being a soft aqua. What a great giveaway. I would SEW love to win!!!!

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  97. With the new season almost here I really am trying to get out of my comfort zone with color and design so if I were to design my own fabric line it would consist of orange, lime and hot pink!!! It would most likely have dots and confetti in it!
    Something happy!!! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  98. Sewing is my life, quilting is my passion.
    Who would not love to win the wonderful giveaway

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  99. Grey and blues....

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  100. Blues and greens, with big loopy flowers and leaves and a few cute bugs tucked in here and there. What a fun giveaway!

    MGM

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  101. It's so much fun to read about the different designs! We are all artists, aren't we? I would like to design a rich brown background with hints of sage green and red splashes or flowers.

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  102. Everyone has so many wonderful ideas for fabric. I don't think I could choose one color or design. I love each new fabric I see and touch.

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  103. Big Ole Fat Cats everywhere because thats how I like it!

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  104. If I could design fabric, it would be something very, very vintage. It would be cheery and joyful and maybe kitcheny. It would remind me of my grandmothers' who sewed and did all those domestic things so happily! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  105. I would love a whole line that looks like newspaper print, crinkled kraft paper, galvanized metal, weathered wood. But the first would have to be the newspaper print. I'm a junkie for fabrics with typography and test.

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  106. I love so many colors it would be very hard to decide. But lately I would love to do a quilt in med to dark teals with melon, peach colors. So I guess I'd design a fabric with those colors in various shades, hues and prints to cord. to start with. Great giveaway. Thank you so much for allowing us to participate.

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  107. If I could design a fabric it would be a tone-on-tone in every color way possible! I love it when I find that magical fabric that works with so many different projects - my I-spy's, my table runners, the baby quilts, the fall colors and especially the spring colors! thanks for the opportunity.

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  108. I would make baby neutrals. Something whimsical and fun but still neutral to add to other colors. Patty

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  109. I don't think I have ever met a good quality quilting fabric that I didn't love. I have, gulp, tried to save money, years ago, buying lesser fabric. YIKES. Oh, come on, we have all learned by our mistakes.
    I love the fact that today we have "lines" of fabric, they all co-ordinate so well, it makes it easy to buy, and not worry about off shades when you get home and see the fabric in a different light.
    With Spring in the air, I wuold love to design a line of "Easter Egg" colours. Not neon, but bright. Lots of flowers with co-ordinating checks, and solids and maybe some stipes.
    Oh course, the pink would be my favorite. New granddaughter Emma wuld look lovely wrapped in a pink quilt. With green, and purple, and yellow and-----

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  110. I love so many different fabrics, but in recent times I have been leaning a lot towards fabrics with a more modern-retro feel. So it would be something with crisp colors; lime green, aqua, reds and snow white. I'd probably have lovely swirls and scrolls on it with florals!

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  111. My fabric would combine two of my favorite things strawberries and frogs. The main part of the fabric would be strawberries in bright red with a variety of colorful frogs "hiding" in the leaves of the berries.

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  112. My fabric would be black with very large (dinner plate size) roses in orange/apricot/pink colors and very like green foliage.

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  113. If I could design my fabric, there would be a soft blue background with tiny angels complete with wings. That would be beautiful to make quilts for small children in need of love.
    Yvonne
    QuiltGrama@aol.com

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  114. Peach tones with 1 inch lavender flowers, reminiscent of vinca (periwinkle flower).

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  115. I posted a comment on the other one....not sure if I am allowed to post on this one. But I love roses with polka dots and criss crosses thru out and pastel backgrounds to match. Of course leaves and a few vines too. Thanks for a fabulous giveaway.

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  116. My fabric would be very wild colors with lots of flowers type 70's to be a "ba ba cool" Happy and spontanious, We only live once, so has to be happy, and you know somewhere and somehow "Dreams always come true"

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  117. Hi!
    I would design a line with pretty flowers, shabby chic style
    cream back grounds with pastel large and then smaller flowers, varying prints of pinks, apricots, blues, mauve, liliacs, deep liliac, soft yellows. Especially my favorite, soft yellow with soft blues, maybe a bit of green leaves from both shades.
    Maybe a contrast of polka dots, or smaller flowers to look like polka dots. Or polka dots with small flowers
    Thanks to you and the sponsors for the give away
    TAe care, Leslie

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  118. My fabric would have mythical creatures, I know unicorns and mermaids have been done beautifully, but I would like to see maybe a pegasus or phoenix,or pyrausta, and I am sure my boys would love to see a fabric with a cyclops or a hydra!!

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  119. I am so flattered that you sent them my idea of Hillbilly Fabric designs!! LOL Hey...I think it would sell!!

    Also, on a more serious note, I think there needs to be some that a portion is donated for current disaster relief. Our friends in Australia, Japan..there is so much devastation. Perhaps something having to do with hope?

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  120. I'd like fabrics in turquoise, aqua, red, greys and white that had simple line drawings of "cookie cutter type" animals on them.

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  121. Oh well, it would have to be a soft warm buttery yellow batik, or even a beautiful rich soft cream :) Of course I love Lime green, but these two are just sew hard to find!

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  122. Everything looks so interesting. I can picture some of the fabrics in my on-going projects. Winning would be fabulous!
    Gita

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  123. Coordinating stripes, dots, and squares in brights: pinks, lime greens, oranges, bright blues. And solids to go with them, of course! Great giveaway!

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  124. Wow, what wonderful fabrics there would be if all these fabrics got printed. Mine would be lime green and pink with a hit of yellow with poke-a-dots and birds on it.

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  125. I would design something pretty as I live in a house full of boys!

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  126. My fabric would be a batik in denim blue on heavy fabric that would go well with old blue jeans.

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  127. Psychedelic baby. It would be loud and obnoxious. It would be the fabric you need to give your quilt zing and wow. ;o)

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  128. Mine would be green batik with maybe some ferns.

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  129. If I could design any fabric, it would have peonies on it, with a green background. Why you ask? Because peonies are my favorite flower, and green is my favorite color. :)

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  130. A flowering border in a ROYGBIV color scheme. I saw this design in a real-life flowering bed many years ago at a garden show. Haven't been able to get it out of my head!

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  131. I am not sure what happened but I thought I had left a comment on this wonderful giveaway. If I am duplicating somehow, sorry. I had written that I would love a barn red fabric with little black and white speckled hens all over it and then I would need a yellow fabric with brown eggs to go along with it.

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  132. Fun suspense.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  133. If I could design my own fabric they would have to be soft colours...soft blues like the breeze in summer; soft yellows and mauves like spring flowers; soft greens like new leaves....I love the softer side of nature..... - Patti

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  134. Well, since this is a fantasy - a portable/add on sewing room for ALL OF US!!!! Make it at least 20 by 10 and SOUNDPROOF (I remember Mrs. Cosby's add on room on the Cosby show was SOUND PROOF and always thought that was a good idea!)>

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  135. I'm thinking positive so "yes, it will be me."

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  136. yellows, oranges, and reds- warm colors to remind me of my trips to Guatemala.

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  137. Thanks for the opportunity to win a nice selection of goods. I think I would like to see geometrics and abstracts of blues, yellows or blacks on soft grey backgrounds

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  138. Mine would be a retro teal and red, love it!

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  139. Mine would be Japanese inspired. I have a lot of Japanese art...creating my own fabric to match would be a dream! I'd go for a pale gray with delicate teal or white cherry blossoms. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  140. Some faint polka dots on a neutral background covered with vintage children playing with vintage toys! Of course, the rest of the line would be faint polka dots on rich colors with different highlighted vintage toys;-)

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  141. Mine would be pale green with rust geometric designs outlined in black, medium sized print.

    Congratulations to the winner, whoever you are :o)

    Linda

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  142. If I were to design some fabric---would be pinks and purples. A vintage look would be something up my alley. Would love to win some fabric and stuff. Never can have enough.

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  143. I would love to design something really retro. I'm thinking MadMan...mid-century modern...in teals or maybe jadite greens.Thanks for the chance to win!

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  144. My fabric would be have Fred Rogers' poem "What Do You Do With the Mad?" written in a small font that can be read by young children.

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  145. I think I would do something that looked like paint splatters--my own version of the dropcloth fabric by Jay McCarroll. Or something with a linen texture and writing.

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  146. Mine would have to have dots on it. I love the look of dots mixed in with other patterns.

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  147. My idea for fabric would be designs that look like hand embroidery.
    lraetaylor@gmail.com

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  148. Am I too late to participate? I would use gem colors - purple, burgundy, reds, goldens, deep greens, etc. I love your blog!

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