far far away… a tiny little giveaway!

I have a few little scraps left over from my Far Far Away quilt, and I thought I’d do a quick little giveaway. These pieces are small — some skinny strips, a couple selvedges (though I’m thinking about stealing one to use on the quilt back!) and some other assorted small leftover pieces (see that square with the wildflowers in the picture below? That measures 2″ x 2.5″, just to give you an idea of size.) I thought they might be useful to someone though. Or at the very least, if you haven’t purchased any of this fabric yet, you could see and feel it in person!

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Leave me a comment here – you can just say hi if you want, or you could let me know if you have purchased (or are planning on purchasing) some of this fabric (and if so, what you plan on making out of it!). I have a bit more on order and may be looking for ideas!

We’ll make this a quick giveaway and I’ll pick a winner tomorrow morning.

(now off to finally finish my taxes…procrastinator? indeed!)

Comments have been closed – I’ll select a winner shortly!

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198 Responses to far far away… a tiny little giveaway!

  1. 1
    Suzanne says:

    You inspire me so much. How do you get so much done so quickly! I enjoy your blog and looking at all of the projects that you make. Keep up the good work.

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    abcgirl says:

    Oooh! is that a scrap of the Princess and the Pea’s mattress stack? Yes, please enter me!

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    Sara says:

    You are so generous to be giving away these scraps (I have a hard time calling anything Heather Ross a scrap!) I think I fit in the “see it and feel it in person” category.

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    rachellake says:

    I just found your site via flickr photos of your patchwork squares quilt – your work is so beautiful!
    I love this fabric collection, but haven’t ordered any yet – I’d love some scraps though!

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    Theresa says:

    I really want some of this fabric, unfortunately the budget is not very flexible right now. Also, I love your quilts, every single one of them. Thanks!

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    kate says:

    oh yes! please! i am SO inspired by your quilt. i’m a bit scared of the double gauze, but these prints make my heart go pitter pat. i think i do NEED to invest in some when it comes back in stock.
    how much did your order originally? just trying to get an idea of how much i might need.
    thanks for sharing your talent and creativity, and of course, scraps ;)

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    Paula says:

    Hi! Please enter me, I would love to win your scraps – the fabric is gorgeous! Thanks!

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    sarah says:

    greedy me would like some of these scraps too : )

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    Ida13 says:

    Hi! I think(now) I’ll do stipes,if I win and sew together.

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    Kourtney says:

    Oh I love those! They would look great in the coin quilt I am about to start making!!!

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    Ali says:

    Your work is amazing!

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    nichole says:

    that’s a fun little giveaway. i really like this fabric but have been hesitant to purchase any since i have no idea what “double gauze” feels like.

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    Amber says:

    Scraps are always a nice addition to a stash. I don’t have any fabric quite like this, but I love the quilt top you made with it!

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    Meg says:

    Oh man. I saw your quilt and fell in love with it! Scraps from it would be a wonderful acquisition…

    M.

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    mendi says:

    I would love to make some throw pillows out of your scraps… I think I could use them for some wonky log cabins.

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    Jennifer says:

    I love your blog! The quilts you make are so beautiful. Good luck with your taxes!

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    Ariel says:

    Ooooh, I would love to get my hands on some of this collection. I’ve recently fallen in love with Heather Ross prints and this one would probably not make it to my house otherwise, since it’s more expensive.

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    gillian says:

    Your quilt is so lovely! The colors are so great, and I think the scraps might come in handy for making some coasters.

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    Jenni says:

    i have just been drooling over this stuff no plans just dreams!

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    Amy Sp says:

    I can’t decide if I want to purchase any or not. I’ve never sewn with thay type of material, so I would love to see/feel it in person :)

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    erin says:

    i’ll throw my hat in. i really want some of this fabric, but am waiting until i can see it in person to choose which colors.

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    DebbieKL says:

    Awesome fabric – I hadn’t seen it before. I love the quilt you made with it!

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    Jennifer says:

    I love this fabric, I haven’t seen it in person yet. But I am going to a fabric stre today in Portsmouth NH, maybe they will have it. Have a great day!!

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    Dede Petre says:

    Love that fabric! I am always making scrap quilts and would love some of this too!
    Dede

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    Anita says:

    I love that fabric and your quilt.

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    MichelleB says:

    Well, I’d love your scraps! I really want to feel this fabric. I’m really anxious for your to finish your quilt so you can tell us how it quilted up with this fabric.

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    Sarah says:

    Your far away quilt top worked out perfectly. Those scraps sound like they’d be perfect additions to the scrappy quilt I have in mind for my little princess of a niece :)

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    Valerie says:

    HI! I love these fabrics, they would make such fun nursery bedding.

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    Daria B says:

    Well, I live far far away, in Australia in fact, and they don’t sell these sort of fabrics in shops here. And it makes me very sad to look but not being able to touch such lovely fabrics…

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    Jen Gough says:

    I would love to see that fabric up close!

    Thanks!

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    suzy says:

    ooh, how neat! that’s so sweet of you to do this!:)

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    Doris says:

    You are just whipping these quilts out one after the other! I love this fabric, haven’t seen it in person, and after my buying freeze is over, I will be getting some for a baby quilt.

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    Rachel says:

    This is so sweet of you! I have some of this fabric and hope to eventually make a quilt and with the blue/green snails, I would like to make the summer blouse in the Weekend Sewing book (if I bought enough…).
    (If I happen to be chosen, continue on to another pick since I already have some of this fabric-I just wanted to say what I plan to make with it).

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    sara says:

    Yes, I am definitely planning on purchasing some of the fabrics. Unfortunately the colorways that I was looking for sold out SUPER quick. I’ve heard the double gauze is amazing.

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    Jennifer T says:

    Would love to get a chance at seeing these fabrics in person…there’s no where near my little Iowa town to pick them up. Thanks!

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    jill says:

    Your quilt looks great and I do love other people’s scraps! I’d love to play with all those cute bits!

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    Stephanie says:

    The quilt is beautiful. I’ve been so inspired by your work. I’ve got some Far, Far Away coming my way, but different prints than you have here. I’m thinking the scraps would make fun pockets or hidden appliques on a few clothing items.

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    Um . . . me please!!!! :)

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    Amy says:

    I would love to win and add them to the string quilt I have been working on for the last year on and off as the scraps build.
    Thanks

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    erica h says:

    I’d love a small sample of this fabric – I love it but haven’t found any to purchase yet. I might have to venture into the world of online fabric purchasing.

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    sarah says:

    hi there. I love the fabric so much but have yet to see it in person. Heather Ross is my favorite so I know I will love it. I think the scraps would be adorable made into a little wall hanging for my girls room

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    Emily says:

    Love your quilts–you’ve given me so many great ideas! Thanks for the giveaway!

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    The green in these fabrics is lovely – I think I’d use them for a strippy quilt if I had them. I love your Far Far away quilt by the way – the colors are muted but not pastel :) yum.

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    Bobbi says:

    I love all of your quilts! ONE DAY I want to make a wonky log cabin quilt and these scraps would be perfect!!!

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    Ginger says:

    Thanks for the g iveaway- would love a scrap before I buy some expensive yardage!

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    Audrey says:

    These scraps would definitely go into a scrappy quilt! I love how your quilt turned out!:)

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    Debra says:

    I hope to purchase some. I’d love to make something for my 4 year old daughter. A dress or blanket, maybe some pillows. Not sure yet! Would love to feel it and make something out of the scraps!

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    Alissa says:

    Oh I would love to win!! Haven’t ordered any yet and want some!!

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    You had me at the mention of selvages!

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    Kat says:

    Far Far away is too exensive for me…I would love some scraps!

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    Sara says:

    I’d love to win the scraps. Our LQS does not carry her line and I’ve been dying to see it before I actually buy it online.

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    wendy says:

    I love scraps! Pick me!

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    Kristie says:

    ooooh, I would love to get my hands on some of this fabric! I have been eyeing it and debating if I should get some before I can’t find it anywhere!

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    Christin says:

    I haven’t had a chance to purchase this fabric yet and I thought I could hold off. But when I saw the pics of your quilt top, I fell in love with this line even more. Now I feel like I neeeeeed it to make a project with. So yes please enter me into your scrap giveaway! You rock :D

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    laura says:

    The quilt turned out beautifully – I’d love your scraps to play with!

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    I haven’t gotten any new fabric in a long time :( And by the looks of our current taxes, I won’t be getting any int he near future either :(

    These would make some cute little appliques, love it!

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    Amy Hodge says:

    I don’t think I’ve even seen this fabric in person anywhere, but one thing I definitely need more of is scraps! I only recently started building a stash and don’t have room to keep much at once, but I never have enough in my scrap collection!

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    Carrie says:

    I would love to see these in person. I love the look!

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    kerri says:

    oh, i would love a little scrap pack of this!!! i can’t wait to order some, and was thinking of doing a boxed in quilt.

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    Heather says:

    OOOOhhhh I would LOVE a chance to play with those scraps ;)

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    Dena says:

    Some fun little pieces I would love to win. I am amazed at how much you do.

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    2hippos says:

    I just found your blog yesterday and you’re having a giveaway today! Those craps look like fun. Thanks for the giveaway.

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    kristine hanson says:

    I am planning on buying some of the line that looks like the princess and the pea…..cute!

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    Sarah says:

    Count me in!! I love working with scraps!

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    Joanna says:

    i love your quilts! please enter me in…the fabric is adorable!

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    Holly says:

    Wow, your quilt looks wonderful! And how nice of you to share some of your goodness! I’ve been trying to get my hands on some of this fabric and seem to keep missing the listings, lol, the stack of mattresses is just so different!

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    Brooke says:

    I’d love to see this fabric in person! Thanks for the chance.

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    Edith says:

    I so want to see this fabric in person. Soooooo want to!

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    Nancy says:

    Please put my name into the hat. I’m not sure what I would make with it, but I’m drooling over the selvages! Thanks for the giveaway.

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    jessica says:

    taxes make me want to run far far away…

    good luck!

    jessica

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    Barb says:

    I tried finding that line in my LQS’s but no luck so far. Love your work!

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    Marie' says:

    I have been wanting to make a patchwork camisole for my daughter with that fabric. This would be perfect.

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    Nova says:

    It would look nice as a focal point in a quilt.

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    Natalija says:

    Please include me in the drawing. Thanks :)
    stitchsavesnine (at) yahoo (dot) com

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    Lorene says:

    Hi, hello, bonjour! Good luck with your taxes!

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    Rachael says:

    Thanks for being so generous!

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    Chen says:

    I didn’t buy any of this line because I”m not much of a garment maker and I was told the double gauze wouldn’t be good for quilts. I’m glad to see that it does work and am now rethinking purchasing it. Your quilt is beautiful!

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    Martha says:

    I’d love to get the feel of this line, so please enter me. I’m constantly amazed by how quickly you finish projects.

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    Abbie says:

    I love you’re quilts. My mom is an avid quilter, I like them for their sentimental value, but I like yours for your use of color and design; they’re more my style! I’d love some fun scrap frabric

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    Autumn says:

    Ashley, I have no idea what I’d do with this fabric, but I love scraps and would find some way to use them eventually. Thanks for sharing……I would love to win them and see what the double gauze is like. I didn’t plan on buying it because of my fear of the “unknown”, but this may change my mind. I love the quilt you made with it…..it’ darling.

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    N. says:

    I’m glad I’m not the only one not done with my taxes! I bought some of the lilac/deeper pink frogs- so cute.

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    Teri Z says:

    Oh, I would love any and all of your scraps!

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    Jenn says:

    yay scraps!

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    You are so quick to move on! good luck getting those taxes done . . . I finished ours just last week :)

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    Melissa says:

    I’m definately planning on buying some – it’s one of the only fabrics that my six year old has really fallen in love with

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    jodie says:

    Love this fabric and would love to share your scraps. I will keep my fingers crossed.

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    Elizabeth H. says:

    Your quilt was beautiful and the first thing I have seen made with this fabric. I just know I am going to want some of the fabric after everyone starts making stuff with it. The double gauze scares me. Is it durable?

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    Casey says:

    the more I see it, the more I want some!! I would love some scraps

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    alexis says:

    this fabric is so adorable, but i can’t find where to buy it! any suggestions would be greatly, greatly, greatly apprecitated (does that sound desperate enough?). also, i love the quilt top you’ve been working on, it’s very beautiful.
    happy sewing!

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    Barb says:

    Oh, I’d love to win this! I haven’t bought any yet because I’m afraid of the double gauze (and the price) but I can’t stop thinking about it!

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    heather says:

    Such gorgeous prints. I am eager to see your finished quilt!

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    Dara says:

    I think this fabric looks super-pretty – and whenever it is a little more widely available I’d like to try a couple of smocks in green for my two little redhead girls. And scraps, around here, tend to turn into doll quilts…

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    Marissa says:

    I would love to know what that fabric feels like. Its so pretty! Thanks for the give away.

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    Gert says:

    I love these beautiful fabrics, so please count me in for the give away.

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    Jenny says:

    Your beautiful quilts inspired me to start quilting.

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    monica says:

    wow, just discovered your blog… gorgeous gorgeous quilts.

    I’m inspired now.

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    Natalie says:

    Hi there, your far far away quilt is gorgeous! and YES I would LOVE to win your scraps! So much fun!

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    Tiffany says:

    My sister was recently the recipient of some of your scraps and she was sooo excited. She has sent me a link to your blog and I’m just amazed at how much you get accomplished so quickly!! I’m trying to get back into the routine of making quilt tops and would like some of your cool scraps to get started. Thanks for sharing your wonderful stuff.

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    Ellen Ban says:

    I have some coming and am going to do a quilt and maybe some sort of pillows….Your quilts are beautiful and we seem to have the same taste in fabric!

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    Shannon says:

    I have been looking for some of this fabric, but I can’t find it in the green colorway. I would love your scraps.

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    Sam E. says:

    Love your quilt and am completely in love with this fabric – I’ve ordered a bit but am waiting for the full spectrum to make my big purchases. I would love to see those greens in person!

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    michele says:

    I would love to my a cute kidlet from these scraps for my girlies!

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    Marianne Ogg says:

    I have loved watching your quilts come to life! And very excited about this giveaway!

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    linda says:

    You are an inspiration–I am amazed at how much quilting you get done…thanks for the chance to win some of your scraps!

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    kristi says:

    your quilts are so lovely
    would kill for far far away
    or maybe just maim?

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    This quilt is gorgeous! I would love those scraps!

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    Marcella says:

    Your quilt came out so beautiful! Thanks so much!

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    Laura Casey says:

    I have been meaning to post a comment on your blog for awhile and this is an exciting way to do it. I have really been enjoying reading your blog and seeing the great things you have done. Love the colors and fabrics. I am excited to see the very colorful strippy quilt when it is all done. Thanks for all the sewing inspiration!

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    woolcat says:

    Hi! I just discovered your blog and love your quilts – very inspiring. I also love those wee scraps and hope your random number generator picks me!

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    Kristi says:

    I am thinking this fabric line would make a wonderful baby blanket. I can’t wait to get my hands on some of it.

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    Jennie says:

    Yet another “I love this fabric!” I’d like to get some and make a dress for my daughter.

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    Leigh says:

    I would love to have your scraps! Like you said – even just to touch them! They would look fabulous in some kid of scrappy quilt…

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    gardenymph says:

    Oh! I was going to leave a comment on your other post about your gorgeous quilt, but I will do it here so that I can have a chance at winning those gorgeous scraps! I was very excited when I saw that you had made a quilt with this fabric, and I really appreciate your details about working with it. I am very curious about it, and would love to be able to use this fabric to make a quilt for my daughter, but I just wasn’t sure how to sew with it. Now that I see what you have done, I am very excited to use it, but golly it’s expensive! I fear that by the time I save up for it, it will be all gone.
    Anyway, thanks so much for sharing your experience with the fabric, and for your generosity in giving the scraps away so that other may have a chance to explore its beauty. :~)

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    jmbmommy says:

    I would like to see it….

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    Oh I love so much this collection!!!! I unfortunately I missed it on Sewmamasew… I can’t wait to buy some to make a bed quilt for my sister daughter. I think these fabrics are perfect for a little princess :) If I can have your scraps it will be super nice!!!!!
    (and do not be afraid, I’m french but I am in San Francisco for the semester :) )

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    Deb says:

    I’m a fairly new reader…found your blog a month ago and have you on Bloglines now. Hi! I love seeing the photos of the quilts you are working on! Love them all! And I would love to win your scraps…esp the selvages that say Far Far Away…that is sooo neat! I’d make a scrappy quilt for sure.

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    Amanda says:

    i am planning to get that line of fabric, so it would be nice to try it out in small scraps first. I want to make some summer tops for my toddler girl!

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    Laura says:

    I love it, I am looking for it locally. Your quilt turned out great.

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    Kathy says:

    YEah – I just finished my taxes too!

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    Christina says:

    Yes, please! I so want to get some of this for a small quilt with light-weight linen. Just not in the budget at the moment. By the time it is, i’m sure it will be gone. I love woring with small scraps. This would be great stuff to add in here and there.

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    karen says:

    I am intensely curious about what double gauze is. I would love to be able to feel it and see if I’d like it. It sounds like it would be great for a dress….. but unless they get it in my local fabric shop I wouldn’t buy it w/o touching it first.

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    Dani says:

    I love the colours in these fabrics. So lovely and springy. I too am interested to see what double gauze is, I have never seen it.

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    Jeni says:

    love tiny giveaways! your quilt is just lovely.

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    Deanne says:

    I would love these scraps. I do not have access to a quilt store and am so curious as to how this fabric feels and moves. For some reason I can not wrap my head around what a double guaze cotton is. Besides they are lovely prints that would work perfect for a little something for one of my girls :)

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    Tracy says:

    I love these fabrics!

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    Dana says:

    Would love to check out these fabrics.

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    Maggie says:

    I love all her fabrics. I plan on buying some and I’m sure I’ll make a baby quilt for my friends’ new baby girl.

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    Violet says:

    Would love to see and feel how this fabric is in person!
    -violet

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    Katherine L says:

    Hi,

    I want to order some fabric, but can’t figure out where to get the whole set! I am interested to see it in person.

    Thanks!

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    Lisa M says:

    The quilt looks wonderful. I would love to see what this fabric is like…please enter me in you giveaway.

    Thanks!! Lisa M

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    Penny G says:

    I haven’t seen the fabric, have no plans to buy it, but your scraps would be a great addition to my scrap bag and the fun things I will do with the scraps.

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    Kellie says:

    I had seen the gorgeous prints online but hadn’t thought about them for quilting til I saw your luscious beauty! Would love to feel the fabric in person – no chance it will be showing up in NZ any time soon!!

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    Nani says:

    I’ve been obsessing over this new fabric & am dying to try it out. I’d love to incorporate it into one of my wallets to donate to an upcoming fundraiser for an old high school friend. She is helping to rebuild homes that were destroyed by Katrina.

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    Jessica says:

    What a wonderful fairy-tale setting! I’m sure you’ll have lots of sweet dreams and happily-ever-afters under your quilt.

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    Marta says:

    I would love to win some scraps. It is very difficult to find these fabrics here in Spain but maybe I can buy them online. I love your quilts!!!!

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    katelyn says:

    I’ve already ordered some, but i’m out for all i can get. I’m so In love with the line and I will most surely make a quilt out of it!

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    JOdy says:

    Good luck with the taxes! I’d love to win some great fabric…scraps and all! I don’t have a definite plan of what I’d make yet, but I know I could come up with something!! :)
    jodym7@yahoo.com

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    Heidi says:

    Such wonderful colors and patterns! I would love to see the patterns up close. I could make a doll quilt out of the scraps, and then cave in and order yardage to make a quilt to cozy up on the sofa with.

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    Louise says:

    Hi! I’m from Germany and recently discovered your blog! Your quilts are amazingly beautiful! I love the little scraps. It’s very difficult to get my hands on any fabric in Germany. So… count me in :) Thanks, Louise

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    Astrid says:

    I only just found your blog, because of the Heather Ross summer blouse, but I can’t leave this give-away alone. So generous of you – now on to crossing my fingers! :)

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    Rachel says:

    Count me in! I really enjoy your blog! How do you have time to quilt so much?!

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    Vone says:

    Love the fabric – so pretty. I would love to use as patchwork for dresses for my girls.

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    Molly says:

    Love your quilts and your blog, also this fabric. Thanks for inspiring so many of us.

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    Mary on Lake Pulaski says:

    I don’t own the fabric yet, so would love to see it. I would accent a bag I am going to make.

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    betsy says:

    if i didn’t have one to many works in progress i would buy some of this fabric myself. i love it. but if i were to win some scraps then i would just create yet another quilt top to work on while the kiddos nap or play!

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    jessica says:

    I would be giddy to gain some of this fabric!! I’m heading out on a fabric buying vacation next week!!

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    Tara Thomas says:

    I’m on a fabric fast so I can’t buy anything right now….but a giveaway—that’s fine :)

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    I would love to add it to my baby quilt – just ordered a whole load of Mendocino from the US and can’t wait for the post!

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    Lisa says:

    oh my goodness i would LOOOVE to win this little scrap pack!! your quilt is amazing. i’ve been staring at it for a few minutes. i’ve already bought the purple unicorn fabric and i’m seriously considering getting the whole line after i saw your quilt! it’s so magical :)

    anyhoo, i’m crossing my fingers :)

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    Kate Dixon says:

    Would Love the scrap bag! Am going to make your patchwork square quilt in all different shades of pink and lime green for my little girl – these would be a welcome addition! Thanks for the inspiration!

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    Alyson says:

    I love how your quilt top turned out with these fabrics. Thanks for sharing all your creations.

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    Allie says:

    I would love your scraps!!!

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    Emily says:

    Isn’t it silly how we all dive upon these tiny scraps? I’m working on a nursery right now for my first baby due this summer, and so far I’ve got two quilts to hang on the walls – one made out of the lightning bugs line, and one out of the mendicino line. So i think it would make a nice little triptych to have one more made out of heather’s far far away line!

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    Frogdancer says:

    Sounds like a perfect giveaway for my string quilt!
    Love your work.

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    lindsey says:

    hello! you are too sweet. i haven’t ordered any myself yet, but am feeling the urge. i’ve got 2 quilts in progress and a million on my to-do list, why not add 1 more?!

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    Amanda says:

    OOO, I would love some scappity scraps! I have been wanting to try this fabric out but it’s all gone everywhere.

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    Jenn says:

    Hi! I’ve recently found your blog, and your quilts are so inspiring! I can’t wait to see what’s next!

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    Alana says:

    OH wow, I was just thinking to myself of how cute this line looks and how I really should get some! What a great giveaway!

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    Nykhe says:

    I love scraps! I want to start a new quilt…this might be just what I need to get me started!

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    becca says:

    ooh i love scraps!!

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    LynC says:

    Whoa. 160++ comments! =D
    Love Far Far Away! Love scraps! Love the giveaway!
    Thanks =)

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    Lisa says:

    Lovely Quilt.

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    Alison says:

    I love your quilts! Such an inspiration. I also love the Far Far Away fabric line, though I haven’t gotten any yet. I think it would be great for something in the kitchen!

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    Jenny says:

    I’d use them to do a strip of scraps, like for a coin quilt, then attach the strip around the bottom edge of the boring white lampshade in my daughters’ room. Oooh the possibilities! Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Kris says:

    Ooooh! I would love to win! I would like to make a little girls baby quilt out of this, then when she got older she could play princess and the pea!

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    Karen says:

    My goodness! This looks like the beginning of a wonderful doll quilt…or three!

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    Sally says:

    what a wonderful give away. I hope I’ll be able to get my hands on some of the fabric this summer.

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    Adds says:

    Very noice. I found your blog on flickr, your bright quilts have me all inspired so I started one on Monday, just using greens, thanks!!

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    LFinn says:

    I love looking at this fabric! I would love to see it in person:-) I like to make bookmarks, so these scraps would be just about perfect for it.

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    MLE says:

    You know I love scraps!!

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    Nikki says:

    While I love this line, I can’t bring myself to pay the price for it yet. Maybe some free scraps would change my mind!!

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    Aileen says:

    I am so intruiged by all I have heard about that line. Thanks for the info.

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    Alissa D says:

    Ooh! I have just discovered your blog, and am really excited to get my hands on some Far Far Away after seeing your quilt top.

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    katie r says:

    the colors and themes are great! thanks for sharing

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    Valerie says:

    Oooo such pretty pretty scraps, and I’m a complete lush for bitty prints like those :)

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    Diane says:

    Ooo love it! Why haven’t I seen this line before? I know Heather Ross, but haven’t heard of Far Far Away! I would give the selvages to my daughter for sure and then dream about the rest for inspiration. Thank You!

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    Angela says:

    Count me in!

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    CarolE/UP says:

    I just discovered your blog and spent a good part of the evening admiring your quilts. Sure would love to get lucky and win those fabrics!

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    Vicki says:

    Hi! These are so pretty.

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    Alexa says:

    Hi. The quilt is great!

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    Pamela Smith says:

    I’d love to win this giveaway, no matter how small the fabrics – they are gorgeous! I enjoy your blog and flickr site, too – I get lots of inspiration from your quilts.

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    Michelle Lewis says:

    I’d love to see it in person!

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    nivi says:

    lovely fabric, great giveaway! i love heather ross, such dreamy fabric… hope i win… :-)

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    TammyR says:

    I love the fabrics, but I haven’t purchased them yet! I’d love your scraps!! Thanks for the giveaways.

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    Leanne Vibe says:

    hi. I’m a fairly new quilter living in Japan. Although this material is made by a Japanese company, it appears that it is made for a north american market. I can’t find it anywhere in Japan. From your work on your blog, I have grown inamored with this material. Your scraps would be my treasure!

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    Adaiha says:

    I want to make a quilt out of this fabric so badly!

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    kitkabbit says:

    i’m hoping maybe i’d win your scraps!!! I love that quilt you just made (faved it on flickr)!! here’s hoping!
    kitkabbit(at)gmail(dot)com

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    Serena says:

    I haven’t heard of this, yet, but, oh! I like the looks of Far, Far Away!

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    Bronwyn says:

    I am crossing my fingers and toes – love love love this range!

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    beth says:

    I love the quilt top you’ve made with this fabric – I’m inspired!

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    Fulvia says:

    Just met you through another blogger–wish we’d met when I’d visit your town every year …. oh well. Thanks for the giveaway.

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    Kristy says:

    Your quilt top is so pretty and springy! I’d love to try some of those fabrics out. *crosses fingers*

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    Tammy says:

    Oh please enter me in your draw.
    I haven’t bought any of this *fabulous* fabric as of yet as my local fabric source hasn’t rec’d any to date. I would be *thrilled* to work w/ your quilt scraps until I can purchase some yardage!
    Thank ou.

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    Lindsay says:

    Hi – I just found your blog and subscribed. I’m new to quilting and we seem to have similar color/pattern interests. Fun!

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    amandajean says:

    i’d love to win scraps of that fabulous fabric. :) adding a strip of selvage on the back of the quilt is a great idea!

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    Amy says:

    I <3 scraps and I love your blog too! Lots of great pics and info. Thanks!