Saturday, May 21, 2011

I-Top Giveaway...want one?

  And the winner of this Button tool is a brand new follower,
and who says "they don't win?"


Maggies Pitches..
#322

 yes my dear you won this tool
along with  a box of goodies that will
help make your buttons days one of 
delight.. ( will need your addy)

To all of you who entered...psssst
I think I may have another to give away
next month...stay tuned..
And thanks to our Sponsor
and YOU for making this season
a Buttoned SEASON.

And here is her package...
threw in a few extras...like a new gadget
tool for adding bling to mug rugs..
a jelly roll, a layer cake and 
lot's of goodies...



Button tool...want to make buttons?
lot's of pretty buttons......





( check out what this tool can do)

If you love making buttons for your quilts, pillows, head
bands, well anything and everything...
this is one TOOL that you may want NOW!
You can make them out of paper or fabric...

I am sew excited to share that Lori from Imaginisce
is our new sponsor here at Sew WE Quilt @ Stash Manicure. She has given 
me a few extra things to giveaway....
Sew today I have one for YOU.

Although she confesses to not being a quilter,
I think if she stopped by here on occasion
we may just change her mind.

Sew let's have a giveaway and here is what you can do...
( all the accessories goes with this too) 


#1 Be a follower ( simple right?) and tell me...

#2 Tell me what is the next project that you are going to make 
that needs BUTTONS?


Draw will take place on Monday May 23rd am..

Thanks Lori and all of you who will be participating..
Open to subscribers too...but you have to leave a comment here...

Ohhhh and I just want you all to know...
I always  put more than the prize in there
This is what I mailed to Karen this week..
 just saying...lol



340 comments:

  1. What a lovely new sponsor! I love buttons. I'm wanting to use a custom button for a knitted toddler sweater I'm 70% done with. . little by little I'm getting there.

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  2. I would still love to make some adorable curtains with buttons :)

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  3. Hello Madame....
    I do follow you! Yay!!!! Um...I would really love the button maker and the first project would be to make a massive amount of covered buttons for a handbag!

    hugz
    Pam

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  4. Lucky me! I'm a follower, a quilter and I love to make cards. I've coveted this tool for quite some time and I would love to win it so I can make cute buttons for my purses, bags and cards! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  5. Those buttons look interesting. I am going to make some blouses from some of my favorite fabrics.

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  6. I'm one of your loyal followers.

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  7. Hi SAMM. I'm a follower. I would make some buttons for quilts, wall hangings, purses, crafts ....

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  8. Yes, I'm a follower - and darn proud of it! LOL

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  9. I will be making some Victorian pin cushions and lap sewing pillows - this tool would be perfect to embellish my new projects!

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  10. Yep - it's me following - I could so use this NOW as I am finishing 3 wallhangings that all have button embellishments. BUT, I still have that purse I want to make for ME for my birthday.

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  11. I love using buttons as an embellishment on just about everything...bags, pillows, book covers, wall hangings...you name it. That special final touch.

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  12. Hi Samm:
    You know I'm a follower. Always love stopping by to see what's going on!

    xoxo
    Donna

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  13. Me again...
    I think I'd like to try custom covered buttons on a handbag project, as well as on a new thread catcher for my sewing table. My current one is a little "thread bare". ;-)
    I'd love to be included in your generous giveaway, girlfriend!
    Hope you have a super weekend.
    xoxo
    Donna

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  14. This would come in handy for some tufted pillows!

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  15. Well, that is a wonderful tool and I know just what buttons I would make with it.....some for totebags I'm making. I remember when my mother made covered buttons. At least one in every package didn't work right. I'll bet this tool makes every button just right. Thanks for hosting a really great giveaway. What a great new sponsor! Oh, and I'm a follower, plus I subscribe. :-)

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  16. I'm a follower. Love all the sponsors you have here as I see things that are available without leaving home. Lol, my wishlist is lengthy though!

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  17. I would use the buttons for fun tote bags. Love your blog and creativity
    Phigg5@ cox.net

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  18. Hmm, I scrapbook and I sew so it's a bit of a toss up between paper flower centres or self fabric buttons for some jackets I want to make for the kids. I think the jacket buttons would have to be tops though :D.

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  19. What a wonderful took that is new to me. I make a lot of bags and decorate them with buttons.

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  20. I'm a follower and absolutely love this sponsor! I am still working on cel phone holders that required beautiful covered buttons. :)
    Thanks for the chance!

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  21. I follow your blog by your notices in my inmail box. I adore your writings. I want to make myself my first purse, and I wanted buttons going around the outer edge for decorations, with contrasting fabrics. This would sure help obtain the idea.! thanks fo rbeing you, aka kingcooper0001@aol.com
    yours , carol c

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  22. I would use it for buttons on a pillow or maybe a bag...

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  23. I am a follower! I just watched the video of how to use the button tool....awesome! I plan on making a quilt with a flower garden, so this tool would be great in constructing my flowers!
    Thanks for the give-away!
    suecshamekh@gmail.com

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  24. I'm a follower...it looks like such a fun tool!

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  25. I think it would be great for adding button/embellishments on little boy clothing. It can be hard to embellish boy clothes, but this might just work! (Was I supposed to do this in one comment?? Sorry if I was!)

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  26. I'm getting ready to make a new bag and these buttons are just what I need to make it perfect! What a great tool idea!

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  27. I thought for SURE I was follow'n you...guess I was just signed up for the newsletter...I read you every day! ♥ Well, now, I'm following you too!

    I have had my eye on this TOOL for a long time - the FIRST thing I would do is embellish a handbag...then make centers for flowers and glue then to hair clips for my grand-daughters. THEN, I would punch out some paper circles, and use the button tops to decorate greeting cards that I like to send to others who are needing some cheer.

    The possibilities are endless....my wallet unfortunately IS...so I have been putting off buying this. MAYBE I will WIN it! ♥

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  28. I am a follower! I have seen the button maker on some websites but have not found anywhere to purchase it. I would absolutely love to win it! I have a snowman pattern that I want to make I could make buttons for him.

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  29. I'm most definitely a follower.

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  30. I love following your blog--there are always sew many awesome stash buster ideas. I could really use the I-Top tool right now to cover some buttons for a "Sit Upon" chair cushion I'm making from a Fig Tree quilts pattern. It has 18 covered buttons and is a wonderful cushion to take to quilt classes and retreats. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  31. I am making a new cushion for my papasan chair. I'll be using buttons for the tufting. It would be wonderful to have a button maker to make custom matching buttons.

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  32. I am a follower! Buttons - the list is long on how I could use them - making a pillow with Strawberry Fields and Fig Tree's new pattern, making flower centers for accesorizing bags,headbands,aprons. Making buttons for cute little girl jackets and jumpers,matching buttons for purse clasps and MORE!

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  33. I'm your follower, and today's my bdy, LOL

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  34. Sorry, I meant bday!!!!, ROFL, well I'm a button-holic, I'm always looking for giving new uses to them, I'm making some pincushions and they will have some buttons on it, I'm pretty sure!!!!

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  35. A wonderful tool.... my next project that needs some buttons would be a bag.... and a pincushion... and.... oh... buttons can go on almost anything...
    Hugz

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  36. ... and I'm a follower..... (never too sure if I am supposed to leave a second comment for that!)
    Hugz

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  37. I am making at least one set of 6 blocks for the Funky Farm swap, I am making a "SHAPLY SHEEP" out of some white chenelle bits of cotton beadspead, that is WEARING a RED BIKINI!
    I need the button maker to make buttons for her eyes and ...
    decorations on the red sultry hats!
    and I need buttons for the eyes of my "SHOECATS"
    and "SHOEDOGS" in other swaps!
    Thanks for the fun and interesting ideas!
    I enjoy your creativity!
    jpthequilter@yahoo.com

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  38. ok ... i'm a newsletter subscriber ... buttons for kids clothes .... darlene

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  39. Best wishes for a happy day to you! I would really like to add buttons to the bag I'm making for my niece's birthday the first part of June ... how cute that would be!

    Oh, and surprise! ... I'm a follower too ;)

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  40. i would add them to clothing i make for my grandkids and for selling and to bags i make to sell -- in other words, i neeeed this .... darlene

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  41. I am a follower and always enjoy my visits here. What a great giveaway!

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  42. I am working on some pillows that will have buttons on them and always add buttons to the tote bags I make.

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  43. I'm making a yoyo pillow with button in the center of the yoyos and would love to win this tool. I've never heard of anything like this before, really cool

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  44. I am a follower. I just found a new purse pattern that I like because of the button. I will be able to create my own with this wonderful tool.. TFS

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  45. I'd put some on pillows. :) Thanks for the nice giveaway, Samm!

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  46. I'd love to win this tool! I'm a follower. :)

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  47. How fun! I'd use the button maker to make buttons for a baby bag. All the kids I've watch K-12 are now getting married and having kids! Then there's buttons for my crafts, clothes, quilts... I'm a follower from my blog :)

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  48. I's love to make buttons for pincushions and I really fancy a quilt with buttons used in place of some ties

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  49. So I'm seeing a bunch making a second post if they were following you.... I'm a followin' you!

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  50. I'm making some shorts for my daughter that need quite a few buttons. And I've some flowers that need some button centers too... Pick me, pick me!! :D

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  51. Hello Madame Samm! I am definitely a follower! I make purses, fabric flowers, fabric earrings and pincushions. The I-Top tool would be perfect for making one-of-a-kind buttons/pins/brads for all of my projects. Hmmm...now if Imaginisce could come up with an iPhone app featuring even more projects and ideas to use with the I-Top tool...

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  52. I am a follower and I am making some pillows and I was just thinking I would love to make some cool bottons so this is what I would love to do with the new tool.

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  53. I am a follower and i would be so happy to use a smashing tool like this, I would use it for the clothing i make for charity, How lovely to have matching buttons on the outfits. Yummy!

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  54. Yes please I want to win this one.... I would put mine on a new bag. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  55. I'm already a follower and the next project that I am making that will be needing buttons is Amy Butler's The Liverpool shirt. That button looks intriguing, in the past I have used a hammer with varied results :(

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  56. What a fabulous looking tool. I am imagining some lovely buttons on a cushion made with the new fabric that just arrived in the post!

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  57. I'm a happy follower!
    Would love to win that gadget.

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  58. I would make covered buttons for hand bags. Hope to make some for Christmas giving. Thanks for the give-away.

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  59. I am a follower and I looooove your blog with all the inspiration!

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  60. The next project I need buttons for is a messenger bag that needs buttons for closure! Awesome giveaway!

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  61. I've been following for a while and I simply love your blog.

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  62. I'll make a new bag soon, and are planning to embellish with some pretty buttons. This tool will be handy for the job, don't you think.....

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  63. I am making a bag. This tool is perfect for me. I will follow your blog.

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  64. I am a follower, and need buttons for an activity book for my granddaughter!

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  65. I am making a duvet cover for my son & new wife as they plan the move to their first home. I've been a follower and love this blog!

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  66. I am a follower.

    lsandes@comcast.net

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  67. What a great giveaway. I have 3 Christmas pillows that I have been working on that I would add some covered buttons too.

    lsandes@comcast.net

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  68. Getting up at 3 in the morning can be beneficial to your stash. I couldn't sleep due to going to bed early lastnight, so what else is there to do at 3 in the morning but start looking to see what's going on in the land of blog.
    This looks like a fabulous tool. I love covered buttons. I have fabric to make me a couple of summer sundresses. I think covered buttons would be just perfect on them. I love the finished look that covered buttons give to a garment. A classic polished expensive looking finish for little money at all. Thanks so much for the giveaway chance. I love following your blog.

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  69. Buttons are a great way to cheat in quilts. I use them for the hearts of flowers or sometimes entire flowers or just to add something extra. At the moment i have no project that requires but that can change quickly. Would be great to be able to make my own buttons!

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  70. i want to make some cushions (pillows)with buttons on .

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  71. Thanks for the great giveaway. I would love to make button hair clips for the church fete. In fact if I had a button thingamagiggy, I could put buttons on everything.

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  72. I have some chairs that need new tufted seat covers - this little tool would be perfect!

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  73. Wow! I didn't even know such tool existed!!! How cool is that! making your own buttons! I'd love to make some buttons for pillows that I'm going to make. I already ordered the fabric. Winning this would be just perfect.

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  74. I have always thought that this type of button making machine is big...i remembered following my mom to a shop in town to commission making fabric buttons (she's a seamstress) and that machine is HUGE! Well this one is so stinkin cute and I would love to get my itchy hands on it...so that for my next cushion project I can make a tufted pillow with a big button in the center....

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  75. I am a follower -- Right now I would make some buttons for purses I have planned to make. Wonderful give away. Thanks

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  76. I am a already a follower, and I have been really wanting one of these.

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  77. I am a follower!
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  78. I would put the buttons on my quilts.

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  79. I have 2 girls that clog, and they are constantly needing hair pieces. This would work perfect for making these. I would also love to make some covered buttons for the purses and bags that I have been making.

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  80. I have been collecting some cool buttons for either (or possibly AND) to "tie" a quilt or to really embellish a hand made purse. THe fun thing about being a follower is seeing so many ideas. Thanks. Sarah

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  81. I'd love one of those. I've looked at them in the store and haven't bought it, since I am unemployed. I would use it to make buttons for jewelry.

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  82. I've been a follower for many months. My next project is making valances, shams, and cushions for our bedroom. I would use the button maker to embellish them. Liz
    ces2147@verizon.net

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  83. I would love this to add some cute buttons to bags that I make!

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  84. I have a couple of bag projects coming up that would be adorable with custom buttons!

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  85. I have a quilt I am currently working on that needs a few buttons oh and a tote bag.

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  86. I recently received a gift of cloth with marine motifs, I have to make a beach bag and have my own buttons.
    Thank you very much for the opportunity to participate

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  87. I am a follower.
    I'll make a purse with buttons arranged a drawing.
    Each button is a part of this drawing.
    So I need covered buttons.

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  88. I am a follower.
    I'll make a purse with buttons arranged a drawing.
    Each button is a part of this drawing.
    So I need covered buttons.

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  89. My creative grandchild, Alexandra, is seven and has already begun hand and machine sewing. She would love this tool to add more embellishment to her projects. So cool.

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  90. What a fun tool! Yup, I'm a follower and I would spruce up my son's curtains with some buttons!

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  91. I am a follower! And the next project I would make with buttons is.....saw a cute wallhanging at a recent quilt show that was a potted plant and all of the flower centers were BUTTONS!

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  92. I follow you to the moon and back, mme Samm -

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  93. I am making a batik scrap jacket and covered buttons would really be the best on it -

    many thanks for this great giveaway

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  94. I'm a new follower! gougeonathome@charter.net (Allison)

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  95. I would put them on a closure for a purse! Great giveaway! gougeonathome@charter.net (Allison)

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  96. I love adding buttons to my bags!

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  97. I am a follower and I would love to make a little coat with buttons for my grand daughter.

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  98. would love to make button ponytails as gift to guests to my daughters bday party!

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  99. Oh how exciting! I'm a follower, and this I-Top has been on my wish list since I first saw it! The FIRST thing I'd make with buttons is pillows! LOVE that look. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  100. I am a follower. Always look forward to reading Stash Manicure.

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  101. I have a Bunny Hill applique project that I have finished except for the buttons. I haven't found the right buttons yet so if I could make my own with some of the fabric I used, that would be great. Thanks for the chance to win in this wonderful giveaway.

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  102. And I would make some buttons for my new bag, who is now very bold.

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  103. I've wanted this tool since I got to see the beautiful "Sit on" pillows by Fresh Figs, and I hope to make those!!! Please count me in :o)
    Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  104. Ohh yessss, I am a follower :-)).
    I bought some great fabric a few weeks ago for large pillows on my couch, It would be fantastic to make matching buttons , so far I couldn't find the right ones.
    Thanks for another great give away,
    Dutch hugs,

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  105. I would love to make some buttons for aprons that I'm making!

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  106. I'm making a little stuffed doll that needs buttons, cute ones. Thanks.

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  107. I am a follower - thank you!

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  108. I am making my daughter a dress - with buttons down the back! thanks again!

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  109. I am a follower and love stopping by to read

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  110. I have a tote that I would love to make and put buttons on. Also I need to make some pillows for my couch and could see it with buttons. Thanks for the giveaway and the wonderful site

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  111. I would put buttons on a tote or a handbag.

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  112. I'm a google follower. I enjoy the regularity of the posts and the breaks on Sundays :)

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  113. I would use the buttons to embellish a pillow

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  114. I am a Follower and glad I am so that I have a chance to win today's giveaway.
    Right now I'm working on an 'art quilt' and buttons are just the embellishment I'l looking for.
    The other project that's on my work table - a purse/bag/tote that's just begging for buttons.
    hugs,
    Gerry

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  115. I'm a follower and I have quite a few
    blouses that I would LOVE to "refashion"
    with some new buttons. Thanks!!!

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  116. I would love to use buttons for the center of some appliqued flowers. Thanks!

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  117. I am a follower and would love to be able to make those buttons for a wall hanging that I am making.

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  118. I love buttons! I just saw a little 'tute' for making fancy paper clips with buttons...very clever! I'd also use them as the center for fabric flowers, pillow accents or to dress up most anything. Thank you for this generous opportunity!!

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  119. I'm a follower! I have a challenge piece that is finished but needs something - going to have another look at it and see if it's buttons!!?

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  120. I still owe my sister a hobo that needs a big button as the bag closure. This i-top tool sure will be handy. Thanks.

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  121. Of course I am a follower.

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  122. Hi, I am a follower, love the blog. I am planning on making some quilted checkerboards. The buttons would make great checkers.
    Thanks for the opportunity.

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  123. I'm a loyal, daily reading follower:)

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  124. I need buttons for some yo yo projects.

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  125. I want to make buttons to decorate tote bags and a Christmas tree wallhanging.

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  126. I'm doing a thread/stabalizer sampler and the book suggests using eyelets and making the pages into a book. This'd do it wonderfully!

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  127. Of course I'm a follower :-))

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  128. I am going to be making summer clothes for the almost 10 yr old granddaughter. Buttons to match will be fun. Thanks for letting me know such a wonderful tool exists.

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  129. I am currently making some little pincushions for a charity craft stall and some jazzy little buttons would look very cute in the centers.

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  130. This would do perfectly for another item on my long todo list....

    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  131. I am a faithful follower. Great prize!

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  132. The first project I would make is one of those cool Sprocket pillows from Cluck Cluck Sew's blog. They have a covered button in the middle. So cute!

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  133. Goldmine! I've been wanting one of these since Joanna at Fig Tree Quilts blogged about it a few months ago. I am already a follower of your great blog and need to make buttons for decorating! I'm planning Roman Shades for the windows right now. :)

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  134. I've got some pillows that really need some cute buttons!

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  135. Buttons are the BEST! I have an entire drawer of them, but still, sometimes I do not have the perfect button. This tool would solve that problem. It is about time to make a bunch of new hair accessories for Daughter, and this would make it FUN in a new way.

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  136. I am a "constant" follower. That means every morning this is the first blog I read!!

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  137. I am a follower! I am in the process of making both a windmill quilt and a quilt with raised flowers. The button maker would be wonderful to win so I could not only make matching buttons but also cover my not so perfect centers.

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  138. Not sure what project I have in mind but I know that this fun tool would get used often. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  139. my handbags and pillowcovers need some cool covered buttons

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  140. I'm redoing my guest room and the valances I'm making need buttons. I could really use this tool.

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  141. What wouldn't I put buttons on? New cushions for the outdoor furniture, bags, clothing, pincushions...so many ideas. And of course I'm a follower.

    uschbear at gmail dot com

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  142. I think there is a bag coming that needs some buttons.

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  143. There's a dress for my granddaughter on the cutting table....pretty buttons up the back would be lovely.

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  144. And, I have tote bags to finish and they will need buttons :)

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  145. I'm a follower....of course! lol

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  146. I'm making a sundress, in the hopes that we might see the sun one of these days! Sheesh! And across the belt sash, it would look darned sweet to have several buttons....fabric covered would be perfect! Woohoo!

    Thanks for having a giveaway!

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  147. Thanks for this, I'm a follower, and would use it for our quilt challenge this year. The Orange monster needs buttons!! :)
    Michelle

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  148. Thanks for the giveaway! I'm a follower!
    jmistok(at)gmail(dot)com

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  149. Also, I would use the buttons to make some cute bracelets - I've been seeing lots of tutorials lately and i'd love to try it!
    jmistok(at)gmail(dot)com

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  150. I'm a follower! I had thought of making bracelets with them but the first thing I'm making is a button for the thread catcher/pin cushion/thing-a-ma-bob holder I just made.

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  151. Yes, I want one! I would buttonize everything, rings, barrettes, quilts, sneakers...you name it.

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  152. Buttons would be so cute as the center of yo-yo's to make flowers, a whole garden of fabric flowers!

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  153. Oooo Madam Sam I am a follower of your blog for a while now and I have never made pillows with buttons on it. BUT after watching one of the YouTube movies on Allred Design, I would love to try to make a pillow with cute buttons! Thank you for this giveaway.

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  154. I´m making a summerdress that needs some lovely buttons...and a pillow for mom...and I´m sure I could add some buttons to the picnic quilt I´m making...=) There´s always a place for cute buttons, right? Thanks for the chance to win!

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  155. I have 2 sweet treat bags and a tulip purse in need of matching buttons.

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  156. I need to do something to my bathroom; it has had the same look for years and needs a new shower curtain:) I would love to do one that is all me- so it will have green, leaves and buttons on it:) Thanks for the opportunity:)

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  157. Of course I'm a follower--isn't everyone?!

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  158. I would make some covered buttons to put in the center of some yo-yos for my granddaughter's quilt.

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  159. I am working on making a store bought quilt into a work of art (LOL) for my son's bed.. and I think some lovely throw pillows with buttons would be wonderful in there!

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  160. I'm a follower! I'd love to use the button tool to make some buttons for the clutches I'm making. THanks!

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  161. I love to put coordinating buttons on all my totes and purses. This tool would make it so much easier!

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  162. I want to put covered buttons on a table runner!

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  163. I follow you with my google reader. You are one of my favorite blogs, always something interesting to see.
    Sue

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