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May 28, 2015

Pie Making Day Fabric + GiveAway

May 28, 2015
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Did you see the new line Pie Making Day by Brenda Ratliff for RJR Fabrics in any of the Spring Market coverage?  It's a delicious rainbow of color in vintage-y style prints. 
I was fortunate to work with this line for my latest pattern - and let me tell you, Brenda has hit the nail on the head.  This line feels like it was designed for quilters.  The prints are all small- to medium- in scale and are perfect for slicing up into lots of pieces, as we quilters love to do.  Below is a pic of my favs.  Orange is my new favorite color - and Pie Making Day has 5 orange prints to choose from.  That's not something you see every day.
This line contains a lot of tone-on-tone and tone-and-white prints.  It will make them extremely easy to mix and match into other things.  These are the type of prints I usually hand pick out of fabric lines to fill out my stash. 
Here is the Pie Making Day line in action in the Lacuna Sampler Pattern (PDF).  Print here
 
Pie Making Day will be available in shops in July 2015.  Be sure to check it out at your local shop then.  And for anyone who wants to win it before you can buy it, RJR Fabrics has been very generous to offer a FAT QUARTER bundle of Pie Making Day to GXQ readers!  (Psst...  This is the exact bundle you need to make Lacuna!)
 


If you would like a chance to win, enter the giveaway below. (Giveaway ends Wednesday, June 3, 2015 at 11:59pm)
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241 comments:

  1. Oh these are perfect. I could do so many different things with them!

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  2. Lovely fabrics! I would love to work with them!

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  3. I love all these colours, and tone on tones are really my thing at the moment. Hmmmmm I think I'd use them to make a cathedral windows cushion. Wouldn't they look great with a white frame?

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  4. Love this bundle! Would be lots of fun to play with!

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  5. I 'd make Lacuna - I love the pattern and the fabric!

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  6. Oh I would make a hexie rainbow quilt! Lovely!!!

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  7. I think I would make a rainbow quilt :)

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  8. I'd love to make a great big happy picnic rug

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  9. I'd make a quilt, of course. :-). I could tell you some certain kind of quilt, but the truth is, I never know what type of quilt I'm making until I get started.

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  10. Love the fabrics. I'd make a stretched star donation quilt for my quilting group. Thanks.

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  11. I love your Lacuna pattern--I spotted it in a market photo and tracked it down to find out what it was. I adore these new fabrics, too!

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  12. I got to work with this amazing line too but would love to get my hands on more! We got only a tiny amount to work with and it really was a great line to work with. My little quilt was the one on Brenda's table with the embroidery on it.

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  13. These would make such a cute "modern traditional" style quilt-maybe a churn dash or Ohio star.

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  14. Awesome prints and colors, would love to win.

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  15. I would make a wall hanging for my kitchen. I love those colors. Thank you for the information you provided about this fabric line. I thought the information about the size of the design and the color range was very helpful. I will look forward to seeing it in shops.

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  16. Making Lacuna sounds like a great idea! Thanks for the giveaway of such a beautiful bundle!

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  17. I think I would have to make a table runner. LOVE the colors!!

    lenelson(at)mail(dot)com

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  18. beautiful fabrics. thanks for the chance to win...

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  19. What an amazing bundle....I would love to make a Rocky Mountain quilt for my daughters room.

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  20. A fun quilt for my daughter!

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  21. Such lovely fabrics! So many possibilities, I think maybe a rainbow wall hanging.

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  22. Thank you. They are beautiful .

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  23. I would like to make your quilt for my great niece. She's girly with a lot of Tom boy in her too!

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  24. I would make a fun picnic quilt -- similar to or exactly your Lacuna quilt!

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  25. LOVE LOVE LOVE these colors and prints!

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  26. I'd make a beautiful Lacuna quilt!

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  27. Oh a beautiful rainbow style quilt!

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  28. I'm a baker by day (homemade pies at that!) and a quilter at night! Beautiful line to make a very colorful fun quilt!

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  29. This fabric line is scrumptious. I would like to mske a table topper for my dining room table.

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  30. Oh, these would be perfect for an improv quilt sketched in my mind.

    nkadenver@yahoo.com

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  31. your lacuna sampler looks great in these fabrics, I'd probably try that

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  32. I love the Lacuna Sampler quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  33. I am plotting out a quilt for our cal king bed. These would be perfect.

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  34. I'm planning a storybook quilt, and these would be perfect in that! Gorgeous line of prints!

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  35. What beautiful bright colors.I would make a quilt. Thanks for the chance.

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  36. Beautiful fabrics! I was eyeballing these in all the pics from market and I fell in LOVE!

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  37. The colors of these are just so perfect!

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  38. I would love to make a lap quilt with them!

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  39. What a nice collection ... perhaps I would mix it with bigger prints to make a DWR-Quilt ... or a ChurnDash-Quilt ... or a X-andO-Quilt ... or a Friendshipstar-Quilt ... or ... or I'll mix up all these blocks together, somehow ... perhaps ... ;)

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  40. I'd make a summer picnic quilt with these lovely tone on tone fabrics!

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  41. Would make a beautiful quilt..... lovely fabric line.
    sascott4@hotmail.com

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  42. I would like to make a patchwork tote.

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  43. Make a dozen totes for my friends to take to the beach.

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  44. Not sure what I'd make IF I won! The fabric is lovely though!

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  45. Not sure what I'd make IF I won! The fabric is lovely though!

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  46. As with all my fabrics..they tell me what they want to be! Hope I win!

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  47. I'd make a plus quilt - and use my scraps for bee blocks. Awesome line and great giveaway!

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  48. I would make a quilt. These fabrics are beautiful!!
    Thanks so much!!

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  49. Lacuna looks like the perfect project for the bundle!

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  50. I love this fabric! I would make a happy quilt with it. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  51. So gorgeous.I`d love to make a beautiful quilt for us.

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  52. This new bundle of joy is simply beautiful! I think I would make a pattern called "Periwinkle" with it, and use it in my guest bedroom.
    Thanks for the consideration.
    nettiecrain@live.com

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  53. Lacuna, of course! I think it is spectacular.

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  54. A scrappy quilt, would look great in these fabrics. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  55. I like your Lacuna Sampler pattern for using these fabrics.

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  56. I saw some chairs covered with this line and I want to do the same thing! They were fabulous!

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  57. Lovely prints- they look perfect for a colorful baby/toddler quilt!

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  58. These want to be a baby quilt- so many fun colours :)

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  59. I think these fabrics would make an awesome Irish chain quilt or maybe a snowball quilt

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  60. Love, love, LOVE these fabrics! The colors are fabulous. I'm working on a ROYGBIV quilt that these would work in--thanks for the opportunity!

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  61. Would love to make the Lacuna Sampler Pattern! Thanks

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  62. What a great bundle of color!! I purchased Lacuna when first released and now, I'm truly excited about this giveaway. Thanks, RJR and Annemarie for the chance in the giveaway.

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  63. I think this would make a perfect picnic quilt!!

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  64. These are perfect for a flowering snowball quilt! Love, love, love!

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  65. I am soooo into playing with 1/2 square triangles that I would love to play with these colours and the small patterned prints. Designs are endless!

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  66. Such great fabric. I would make a toddler quilt. Thanks for the giveaway

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  67. I have a vintage pattern called Ferris Wheel that I've been squirreling away prints like this for. These would be a great addition. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  68. Those are such lively colors, almost good enough to eat. The most recent (August 2015) issue of American Patchwork and Quilting magazine has a Crown of Thorns pattern which would work well with the FQ bundle.

    anndunn24(at)gmail.com

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  69. Love this range and the vintage feel. If I won this bundle I would love to make a double wedding ring quilt - something with a modern twist but that celebrates the vintage look of the fabrics!

    caribousmom (at) aol.com

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  70. I'd love to make a quilt ... maybe Lacuna.

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  71. BUZZ SAW !!!!!! Or maybe the stars in the crown of a Medallion

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  72. I think it would be perfect to make a picnic blanket with.... maybe a sixteen patch!

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  73. What an awesome fabric line. I love them all! I would love to use these fabrics in a scrappy, colorful quilt. Maybe HST's...

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  74. I'm determined to christen my Quick Curve Ruler, and I think these cheerful, cheeky prints would be the perfect thing. I love that they are bright but have a zing that keeps them from being cutesy. Thanks for the giveaway and for showing how versatile they are.

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  75. I think that I would go old school with this line and make something very simple maybe HST's, churn dash or a nine patch block

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  76. This looks like the perfect line for a snail's trail star I saw recently.

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  77. HI, WHAT a neat Giveaway! I'd like to do "Lacuna" too!
    Thanks for sharing!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  78. Would love to make a Dresden plate quilt. Love the colors! Thanks!

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  79. I would love to make a modern disappearing 9 patch with those fabrics.

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  80. I would love to make a quilt with this fabric line; what awesome colors--so bright and cheery!

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  81. Would make great looking pillows.

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  82. I especially like the cool colors in this line - I'd probably separate those out for 2 different projects. A quilt using the cool and some funky bags for the warm colors.

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  83. Love these! Want to make a throw quilt to match my new couch.

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  84. BeaUtiful colors! I would make a quilt

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  85. I love this fabric line!! So fun! I would make a quilt of triangles!
    Susie

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  86. I really do love the look of it in your sample there. It looks great!

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  87. I love the look of your new pattern, I would make that for sure. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  88. This fabric line is great! And it looks fantastic in your sampler, i might just have to make that!

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  89. The colours are just luscious and I love the scale of the prints with their vintage vibe. Would be perfect for any patchwork project, in my opinion. I'm thinking I would start with some patchwork bags and a then a pillow. These fabrics are definitely going on my fabric wish list! Thanks for the chance to win some.

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  90. I love this collection so I would make something for myself. Probably a sampler with lots of stars in it, I love not having to make the same block over and over.

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  91. I'm just about ready to start Gypsy Wife by Jen Kingwell and these fabrics would be perfect.

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  92. An Irish Chain Quilt perhaps. I've been wanting to do one for a while.

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  93. I would make a picnic quilt to take on summer days!

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  94. i would make my grandbaby a quilt

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  95. I think a rainbow quilt of some kind, certainly something to show off all those beautiful colors.
    ktsquiltdreams [at]gmail [dot]com

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  96. What a great bundle of fabric. I would love to make something scrappy with it.

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  97. I love this line! I'd definitely make a rainbow quilt - I've been wanting to for ages. The Lacuna pattern is tempting me :) Thanks for the chance to win x

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  98. Pie day!!!!!
    Renragjdatgmaildotcom

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  99. I love the vintage style of this fabric and the colors are awesome. I would love to make a quilt with it or even just keep it to look at and admire. :o)

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  100. I love the colors in this collection! Need to narrow down what I would make on my to do list w/it.

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  101. What gorgeous fabrics. I would make a quilt with these. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  102. I think I would just pet them for awhile, before making them into a quilt :)

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  103. Beautiful fabric collection! I love those bright cheerful colours and would make a quilt!! Thanks!

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  104. Love this collection! I would make some quilted pillow shams for my bedroom!
    tstanulis@verizon.net

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  105. I'd like to make a lap quilt to give to my sister for Christmas!

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  106. I love the orange prints! I'm planning to try flying geese for my next quilt.

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  107. I'd make a quilted wall hanging to brighten up my office. Such pretty colors! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  108. Oh my I am up for a giveaway of these. Love the colors and the print combos?

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  109. Absolutely a quilt!! Love these fabrics!

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  110. Absolutely a quilt!! Love these fabrics!

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  111. I think a table runner in Pie Making Day would be cute!

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  112. I would like to use these fabrics for my "Farm Girl Vintage" project.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  113. Just found a super cute butterfly quilt pattern that would look fabulous in those Pie Making Day colors and patterns. Kudos to Brenda!

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  114. I would love to give these fabrics a new home.

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  115. That pretty bundle just begs to be made into a quilt! Thanks for the chance to win it!

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  116. I'd make the Lacuna Sampler <3

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  117. I would love to use it for a quilt for my niece. I love sampler quilts, so the Lacuna pattern caught my eye right away!
    Sandy A

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  118. The Lacuna sampler looks right up my alley but those beautiful saturated prints could finds lots of uses in my projects.
    lawton_linda (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  119. Those fabrics are beautiful! I would make a quilt for my daughter.

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  120. I would make a colourful quilt!

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  121. Wonderful fabric. I'd make a quilt for sure. I love the pattern too.

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  122. A raffle quilt for sure for a dear friend's great granddaughter with sickle cell anemia!

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  123. I'd like to try one of your patterns because I love your style. Using this beautiful new line for it would be a great match!

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  124. This collection looks like it would fit perfectly into my Farm Girl Vintage quilt! I love it!

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  125. I love this fabric line. It would be wonderful to get this.

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  126. A set for my kicthen - placemats, napkins and coasters :)

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  127. So gorgeous!!! I would love to make a Farm Girl Vintage quilt with it!

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  128. a quilt! don't know which... but a quilt... I only have a bajillion projects in progress right now, so I can't think about which quilt, or I might find myself with a bajillion and one projects...
    rtgandy at gmail

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  129. I have a quilt in mind that needs a rainbow of colors - this would be perfect!

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  130. The colors are absolutely beautiful. Would love to win for a quilt I'm working on.

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  131. I would like to make a flower themed log cabin quilt with this fabric.

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  132. One of the quilts on my wish list! The biggest challenge would be picking one that would best match with the beautiful material.

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  133. Love that line of fabric. Look forward to it becoming available.

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  134. I would make a rainbow flying geese quilt or a Lacuna sampler.... or just about any pattern with such a pop of colors.

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  135. My nine year old Grandaughter is keen to make her first quilt, so many colours would be perfect.

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  136. If I didn't make a Lacuna, I'd be tempted to make a rainbow/gradient chevron quilt. I love these prints!

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  137. Some of those colors look like they would go great with my daughter's new couch. I'd like to make a quilt of her choosing with them.

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  138. I'd make a lap quilt! Such pretty colors!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  139. I can think of lots of quilt patterns that they would be perfect for. And grand daughters begging to make quilts. Thanks.

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  140. What a gorgeous line. I'd love to make a quilt out of it! Something modern and boxy. :)

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  141. Ooh, so pretty. This would look really good in a modern triangle quilt, like orange and aqua isosceles triangle quilt produced by http://craftyblossom.blogspot.com.au/

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  142. Beautiful fabric! Would look great in a sofa throw.

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  143. I'm in love also! Beautiful fabric. Would love to make your pattern with these fabrics. Thanks for sharing.

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  144. I love this fabric. I'd love to make a dresden-type pattern with this fabric.

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  145. I think this would make a great modern Churn Dash quilt. Thanks for the chance to win

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  146. Love these fun fabrics -- my next quilt might be a double pinwheel or Fresh Diamonds from Kauffman. No matter, it would be fabulous with these great prints. Thanks for the great blog you host!

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  147. These fabrics have me drooling... oh my goodness... mouth watering, delicious colours! I would choose one of my patterns that uses up every inch of the each fat quarter! Maybe Yellow Brick Road?

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  148. i just love a star quilt so it would have to be based on that. I can just imagine a bright and beautiful quilt made with this line of fabfic. Thank you so much for a chance at a super give away.

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  149. I think a swoon quilt would be great

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  150. I would love to make a rainbow quilt I love this colors and a lonestar would be beautiful with them

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  151. I like the Lacuna sampler for a quilt or pillow covers. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  152. I would love to make a quilt for my bed, those colors are awesome!!!

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  153. I would love to make a Lacuna quilt for my spare bed. These are gorgeous fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  154. Love those colours! I would make a quilt!

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  155. I think the Lacuna quilt would look great on my couch, but maybe another pattern depending on my mood :). Gorgeous fabric!

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  156. I have a pattern I am working on to recreate a quilt my grandmother made for me that has disintegrated. These colors would look so great in it!

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  157. I'd love to make a rainbow flying geese quilt! Many thanks for the chance!
    emyerly(at)outlook(dot)com

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  158. Lacuna! Awesome quilt and amazing fabric!

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  159. I am working on an English Paper Piecing project that these fabrics would fit right in!

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  160. So beautiful! Not even sure what I'd make with that yet, but the colors!! ::drool::

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  161. Love this bundle so much...that would make a great quilt for a tweenage child and I think that Lacuna would be perfect pattern to make it.

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  162. I love how versatile these prints are! Like you, I've warmed to warm tones in the last year, stockpiling reds, oranges and yellows for a bright, summery picnic quilt. I think I'd use some of those colors for that and then create something else with the teals and raspberries and greys : )

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  163. This fabric would be perfect for my New York beauties blocks.

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  164. For sure they will end up in all kinds of quilt projects. But I love a couple of those prints for super cute toddler dress plans!

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  165. LOVE! Adorable fabrics - I'm sure I'll find lots of uses for them!

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  166. Such a cute fabric line! Thanks for the give away :)

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  167. I'd love to make a double wedding ring quilt with a modern look. I haven't sketched it out yet, but these fabrics would be perfect. They look vintage, but they are updated. Thanks for the gorgeous giveaway!

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  168. A friend has just had a baby, these bright colourful prints would make a perfect cot quilt, love them!!!

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  169. Love the look of that sweet quilt 😊 what a classic line

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  170. I'd love to use these to make a cross quilt, using the brights as the crosses and the lighter prints for the backgrounds - thanks for the chance

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  171. I would make an EPP project. Love this fabric!

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  172. I would use this bundle in a sampler quilt!

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  173. I would love to win this fabric. Your quilts are inspiring.

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  174. I would like to make an hour-glass quilt.

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  175. I would love to add it into the rainbow quilts I'm making for my girls or make a Swoon quilt with it!! Lovely lovely fabric!!!

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  176. Thank you for the chance to win, I agree this is a great palette for quilting.

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  177. A fabulous pile o'goodness! this line is perfect for a happy baby quilt. Hourglass blocks I think!

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  178. I would make the pie quilt pattern that was at @justabtfrayed's booth at Market - it was soooo adorable! I can't wait for the pattern to be released!

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  179. Thank you for the great giveaway. I would love to make a churn dash with this lovely fabric

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  180. I'd combine it with some of my Denyse Schmidt fabrics and finally make a Single Girl quilt.

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  181. I m thinking that this is the fabric that would make a quilt I finally keep for myself! The colors and small designs would be perfect for copy of a quilt I saw at our local Amish store. I am not sure what the block is called, but I will find it. Thanks so much for the chance to win it!
    thothwife@sbcglobal.net

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  182. What wonderful colors. Like you I love the oranges. I would make a happy baby quilt with these fabrics. Thank you so much for the chance to win these fabrics

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