Fabric in, fabric out… a little giveaway!

Morgan thought the title should be binging and purging, but I didn’t feel that made for a nice visual…

Anyway, lately I’ve been feeling a bit overwhelmed by my fabric stash. Trying to organize and clean it up seems like a very daunting task and I don’t even know where to begin. I suppose most of the problem is due to my lack of organization. For so long I’ve felt that my sorting and piling method was working for me, but now I’m thinking I was just kidding myself. I’ve decided that I finally do have to get organized, and I suppose that means buying plastic bins and sorting and folding the fabric by color. (maybe then I’ll stop buying multiples of fabric I already own!)


One of my biggest problems has to be with my scrap stash. This picture shows many piles of scraps – yes, I can’t throw anything away! I have all the best intentions to use up every last scrap, but I realize that’s just not going to happen. I’m drowning in scraps and there aren’t enough hours in the day to sew them all together!

This is where you come in. I went through my scraps and came up with a few little bundles to give away. The first bundle is made up of larger scraps – those that I don’t think I’ll ever use.


Then I went through the small scraps – some of these are quite tiny (and now very wrinkly!), but I did at one time really think that I was going to use them. They’d be great for a spiderweb quilt, which is what I had in mind, but then never got around to. Or they could be used for any other small projects. Did I mention that they’re tiny? They are.  I made up three bags of these small scraps.


To enter to win one of these four bundles, just leave a comment here. Maybe you can give me some ideas as to what you’d do with small scraps – I’m always up for new project ideas! I’ll pick 4 winners on Monday night.

Thanks for helping me do some spring cleaning! Maybe I’ll be able to show you a photo of a completely organized stash by then!

Edit: Comments are now closed. I’ll pick winners shortly!

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264 Responses to Fabric in, fabric out… a little giveaway!

  1. 1
    Doris says:

    Okay, I really, really want the big bundle, but I will take any of them–I adore your scraps! And, I just started a scrap project with my own scraps. I’ll email you a scanned immage of a few of the blocks I found and revised for my own scrap use! I too was feeling overwhelmed and had to organize recently.

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    Rachael says:

    Thanks for being so generous! I’d use the little ones for improviational stars (like the Bushfire Quilt Project) or sewing them together for coasters.

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    Jenny says:

    I’m new to your blog! I love to quilt, but can you believe I have no fabric in my house anywhere? So I’d love to start collecting! I love your quilting style..

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    Kelly says:

    I’m wanting to work on a little piece for a wall quilt that will have tiny little squares in it… so scraps are GOOD! πŸ™‚ Thanks! Love it when a new post from you pops up in my google reader…

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    Kama says:

    I’d love to win! I have just gotten into quilting and have made one quilt for my 6 month old son and have another for him in sandwich form. It is big enough for when he’s in a toddler bed and is all bright colors. I love bright colors and would love some of your scraps to incorporate into a quilt!

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    Audrey says:

    I am always using up scraps! I do want to make a spiderweb quilt and some more bushfire wonky stars, too!:)

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    Michelle says:

    The big ones would be good for improvisational blocks for me – I’m currently all burned out on spiderwebs, and don’t know what else to use little scraps for (that I would actually do myself). I’m really feeling the urge to re-organize my crafty closet now…

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    Molly says:

    Tiny coin quilts are my favorite thing to do with my scraps right now. Love your blog!

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    r0ssie says:

    I like to use scraps for confetti quilts, button covers, and tiny little accents! What a fun giveaway!

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    Lisa Thoune says:

    Oh, number one never wins, but I’ll give it a try! I am in the middle of organizing my stuff, too, and I “stole” a bedroom from one of my kids to use as a sewing/craft/toy room. (He is sharing with his brother now. I’m a mean mom.)

    I have a lot of little plastic bags of scraps like this and have been toying with the idea of making a rainbow of fabric boxes to sort the scraps into. Then I would put the red scraps in the red box and so forth. The trick (for me!) would be to actually sort my scraps as I made them! I would put up a couple of shelves for the boxes to sit on and they would be so bright and pretty against my (soon to be) white walls. Kind of mixing form and function.

    I can see this in my head- now just to get ambitious enough to start doing it! LOL! Anyone want to come and paint a HUGE room… ? Oh, and did I mention it’s paneled…? No? No one? Right.

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    abcgirl says:

    You know all those cute selvedge projects that have been popping up all over the web (the dress, the upholstered chair, the zipper pouch….)? It would be fun to sew a bunch of scraps together to make a larger piece of fabric to sew something from! But… I also like the Bushfire Quilt idea…. I’ve been thinking of making one of those….

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    Joanna says:

    I’d be able to use the big bundle for random quilt squares and other little projects, but any scraps are great! The little scrap bag, I’d work on a scrappy quilt top I think…just sewing them together until they made a big enough square!?!

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    tracy says:

    I would so love some of your stash and the chance to touch some of your genius!
    As for tiny scrap: covered buttons. Then you can make hair clips, magnets, thumbtacks…

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    katie says:

    I’m really drowning in scraps too, but you know, other people’s scraps are always more fun! haha. I can’t wait to see what everyone says they use their scraps for. I really need some ideas too!

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    Carrie says:

    Wow, that’s a generous giveawy. I can’t bear to throw out scraps and I LOVE to use them up! Right now, it’s the spiderweb quilt I’m working on, but a coin quilt is a great idea too.

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    Janet says:

    Coin quilt or bits and pieces quilt. Love your quilting! Thanks for the giveaway.

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    Renee says:

    I have no idea what to do with the really small ones. Decoupage, maybe?
    I would love me some fabric!

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    Wendy says:

    I am just looking for scraps to make some starter projects. I can handle using the good stuff and then messing up so I need more practice. I would love to try some place mats with lots of different fabrics, so this would be perfect!

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    Becky says:

    How fun! I love saving even the smallest scraps because I’m still new to the sewing world and don’t have much fabric. Plus, with the scraps sitting in a basket, it’s just to pretty with all the different colors and patterns mixed together. I’m hoping to make a quilt top using all the scraps I’ve collected someday when I have enough!

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    Liz says:

    I would love to be considered for your scraps, they are beautiful! I would be using these in a quilt I am making for my mom for Mother’s day.

    I love your blog, your designs are so fresh and modern. It’s a great source of inspiration to me. πŸ™‚

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    Marissa says:

    I want to make a scrap quilt that is completely random. Your scraps would be a great addition to what I have, I might have enough to start it.

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    Judy D. says:

    those scraps would be great for my geese in the forest quilt!

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    Nova says:

    Lots of quilts. Coins, postage stamps maybe, or those ones where the binding or border is made from different fabrics.

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    Jessica J. says:

    So fun. I’d love to win some scraps!
    You could use scraps for small things like patchwork checkbook covers, zipper pouches, or potholders. I know none of those ideas are quilts, but if you don’t want to keep them for yourself they’d make for great hostess gifts or small birthday presents (Like, I’d pair a zipper pouch with some lipgloss and mascara for a present).
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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    Kerry says:

    I love scrap bundles! I usually use them for odd small projects like pin cushions, or strip pieces for purses…but I’m always on the look out for new scrap projects.

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    Jenni says:

    i love your scraps! pick me!

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    Melissa says:

    I never throw scraps out either, no matter how tiny they are. And you know what? There have been many times when I’ve needed a little something, and I actually use one of my teeny tiny scraps! You just never know!

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    Marta says:

    I just came across your blog. I live right around the corner in Charlotte. hmm… i’m not sure what i’d do with them yet. I’m sure I could think of something.

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    Kirsten says:

    Ooo… I would love to win a bag of scraps! I’ve been wanting to make a coin quilt, but don’t have any suitable scraps. I usually buy by the project (no stash) and don’t have enough leftovers from anything to put together something fresh! A bag of scraps like that would put me well on my way!!! πŸ™‚ Love the blog!

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    Alissa says:

    Oh I won’t say no! I probably should, but the possibility of fabric that I don’t have is tooooo tempting! Fun!

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    Amy says:

    I just took a paper piecing class and these scraps would be perfect for some paper piecing projects! Thanks for sharing!

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    nettie says:

    what great scraps you have!!! deciding what to do with scraps seems like every quilter’s dilemma. there’s always the spiderweb quilt, or i love a scrappy quilt made up entirely of squares. i’m sure you’ll come up with something great, you always do.

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    Rachel says:

    Oooh such pretty fabric!! I would love the large bundle, but if I had all those lovely smaller scraps I would use them to make some wonky log cabin blocks to use on the back of quilts. I love a litle special surprise on the back!!

    Thanks for the chance!

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    Kerri says:

    thanks for sharing your scraps!! i see some very lovely ones in there!!! i’ve been wanting to do a snippets quilt and your scraps would be perfect. there probably would be enough to do a small coin quilt too. πŸ™‚

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    LeeAnn says:

    I always feel uninspired by my own fabric scrap stash. Maybe its because we are tired of looking at them? But someone else’s scraps are an entirely different story! Bring it on.

    πŸ™‚ Have a good weekend!

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    Jessy Roos says:

    Hi Ashley! I have to say, I admire your courage to try and sort through all your fabric. I have only a fraction of the stash you have, but I still can’t bring myself to sort scraps or fabric by colour. Good luck! I would love any of those beautiful bundles you are giving away, and I would probably turn them into a colourful scrappy pillow for my bed, or a small stacked coins quilt. Also, I noticed you are from South Burlington, Vermont. I actually grew up in a town called Burlington in Ontario, Canada!

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    Jacqui says:

    I love using my scraps to make flowers from ‘fabric leftovers’ by D’Arcy-Jean Milne. Being in the Uk I don’t suppose I qualify for your give away which is probably a goodd job, I have enough scraps to spend the rest of life making flowers! But on the other hand can any of us say no to more! Love the blog BTW all your gorgeous ‘Weekend Sewing’ projects kept me going and made me doubly impatient for my copy (which arrived this week!)

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    Sarah B. says:

    I’ve been reading your blog for awhile now, and I would LOVE to win some of your scraps. You have impecable taste in fabric! My husband and I will be moving to the UK for grad school in September, and I would use these lovely scraps to make a scrappy quilt for snuggling to get us through the cold northern England winters.

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    Anita says:

    Wow, that is very nice of you! I’ve been using my scraps to make smaller patchwork projects. I made a baby quilt, a doll quilt with pillow (the idea was from crazy mom quilts), and a small patchwork bag for my daughter. I’ve also made a bunch of the log cabin squares from the year or so old Melly & Me tutorial.

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    Michaela says:

    Thanks for a great giveaway! It is not little. I think it’s huge. I absolutely love scraps. In fact, I am starting to run out, so please, can I win yours?
    I use them in variety of projects, quilts mainly. Paper piecing, appliqué, well a lot.

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    jen w says:

    fabric fabric fabric any would be great!

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    Valerie says:

    I love scraps! I just made a quilt using a lot of my fabric scraps, so more are always welcome! Also, I would love to make a string quilt, so scraps would be useful for that as well!

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    I would love to win, although I’m not quite sure why, as I’m constantly trying to pare down my own stash. I offered to do a fabric exchange with another blogger who was collecting black and white. When I asked how much she was thinking of exchanging, she said, “I don’t know. How about the equivalent of two fat quarters?” WHAT???? I need to get rid of much more than that. Anyway, I sent her yards, and she sent me her selvage edges. Completely cool. So if you want to start saving your selvage edges, or anyone else out there reading this, I’ll TAKE THEM!!! I have great plans.

    But I’d still love to win some of your scraps also….

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    Bobbi says:

    Oh, I hope I win!!! I’d love to be able to win.

    As for ideas with the scraps: you could make Happy Houses out of them!

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    Beth says:

    Cool!!!! I love all your fabrics and those scraps would be perfect for a few things I have in mind. I have been wanting to start a spiderweb!

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    LauraP says:

    I am the same way I can not throw away any scrap. (psst, I even keep the salvage for a pillow I seen in blogland) OK and I feel the same way I am so overwhelmed I have a 5 gallon tub of scraps and that is over stuffed. I looked at is last weekend and said oh my goodness this has got to be fixed. I started somthing like you have on you floor and I got about a 4th the way through and said I CAN’T do this. You give me inpiration to start and finish this time.

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    Jennifer says:

    I don’t blame you for giving them away, it takes so much time to organize scraps! I just spent a whole day trying to get my craftroom in order. Could’ve used that time sewing!! (And it’s still a wreck by the way). I’ve got a new project I just finished with scraps on my blog if you want to check it out. It’s a really cute table runner. I’d love to get any of these little packages, I too am thinking of doing a spiderweb quilt.

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    Jenn says:

    I’d love some of the tiniest pieces – I use them for decoupage, so they don’t even have to be big enough to hold a seam. What wonderful colors you choose!

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    Jeni says:

    Oh scraps… they take over our lives! Sometimes I feel great throwing away my scraps and other times I think “man, if only I’d saved a little piece of that ___”
    Kudos to you for getting cleaned out. I don’t have many suggestions because I am on a zig zag and spiderweb kick. But i’m sure you’ll come up with something great! P.S. I love your blog by the way. It’s very inspiring!”

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    Theresa says:

    I’d love some scraps to add toward my small stash. I’m wanting to start a scrappy log cabin quilt.

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    Colleen says:

    Fun – coasters and pot holders jump to mind!

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    katie says:

    oh, what a nice giveaway. I think with the larger scraps i could probably make some clothes for the kids, and the smaller ones would be great for quilts of course.

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    Martha says:

    What a lovely pile of scraps. I would love to take a pile of your hands. πŸ˜‰

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    Jenny Ballman says:

    I would love some of your beautiful scraps.

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    Angela C. says:

    I would love to win a bag of scraps. I don’t do any quilting but I do appliqueing on clothing so the scraps would come in handy. Thanks for the giveaway.

    accoupons at gmail dot com

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    Sarah says:

    I love all of your scraps. I think greeting cards made from fabric scraps are so much fun. Also scarves and headbands for me and my girls. Pockets of totes, patchwork stuffed animals.. so many ideas! Thanks for the giveaway

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    Maranda says:

    Lovely scraps:) Maybe you could make a scrappy quilt, they are so cute.

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    trina says:

    All my quilts are scrap quilts to varying degees. I refuse to make a quilt with just a single fabric collection. I love the variety and just plain fun of scraps. All my teeny tiny scraps get reserved for doll quilts. I’ve got two little girls with countless cold baby dolls.

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    nichole says:

    oh man! i would totally love to have some of your scraps! the first thing i thought when i saw them was the spider web quilt. i really like them but don’t really have enough scraps of my own to really make one.

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    Cassie says:

    I just used up a bunch of my scraps and would love to have some new to use. I love sewing a bunch of scraps together improv style and constructing a purse or bag out of the patchwork fabric.

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    susan says:

    I have been trying to use my scraps to make pillowcases. (similar to the dishtowel idea) I buy white cotton pillowcases when I find them at a good price and then I add a band of pieced scraps around them. They are colorful and easy to make. It would be fun to incorporate some of your scraps into the mix!

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    Hannah says:

    Ohh, I LOVE scraps!! I’ve been wanting to make a scrappy quilt but don’t have enough of my own scraps yet… πŸ™‚

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    Amanda says:

    I’d love either the small or large scraps. Small woudl be great, because I’m dying to make a spiderweb quilt but I just don’t have all the fabrics to do it. The large one would be awesome, too, to add a little zip to my quilting projects. I’m in a bit of a sewing funk, and I think an infusion of new fabrics would go a long way. Thanks for a great giveaway opportunity! πŸ™‚

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    vanessa says:

    I would love to have any scraps to make anything from a quilt to applique shirts!

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    BabkaGal says:

    I would love any of the bags! I would probably make small, quick projects with the scraps, such as potholders, camera cases or bookmarks. Since the scraps are pretty small, I would sew them together in a a crazy-quilted or log cabin style.

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    Meagan says:

    Scrap coasters! I get more mileage with my scraps when I use a common fabric such as my awesome muslin roll for the back and 2/3 of the front, leaving only 1/3 to be filled with colorful scraps. It almost makes the scraps more impressive, being limited to that small space!

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    Emily says:

    There’s something so fun about another person’s stash! I went through my mom’s scraps on a recent trip back home and pulled pieces for a stacked coin quilt–but didn’t have room to pack them into my already overflowing suitcases. Next time, I guess. (Love your black/green spiderweb quilt!)

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    Carol says:

    I love scrap quilts and always looking for more scraps. The large pieces I would add other fabs and make table runners, table toppers or maybe something else, depending on how much there was to work with. The little ones I would use for scrap quilts, fabric postcards and maybe even on cardmaking!

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    Monica says:

    I have the same problem you do with fabric scraps, but yours are way more fun than the ones I have! I’ll take a chunk!

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    Karen says:

    I just started quilting recently and I only wish I had MORE scraps!! I hate buying 1/4 or 1/2 yard of fabric to use just a small portion of it… My current project: the stacking coins quilt so I would LOVE your scraps!!!!!

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    Tara T. says:

    Love giveaways- maybe I’ll just win one finally πŸ™‚
    I ADORE spiderweb quilts so I would probably start piecing on with scrappy scraps like these. I’m also making a quilt similar to your “Sea Flower Strips” quilt made last year…I’m sure all scraps would be useful!

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    rachel says:

    Thanks for the chance at a give-away! I have been making scarves (scarfs?) out of scraps. I also have dreams of a really girly quilt for me since I live in a house with all boys! I love your blog!

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    Stephanie says:

    Fun giveaway!

    I’d use the scraps to embellish some tea towels and curtains for my kitchen or make a doll quilt.

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    Kristina says:

    After drowning in scraps myself, I decided to make quilt blocks with them after I finished a project. It uses up your scraps, your blocks look great (you already picked out the fabric to coordinate from your larger project) and then you have a stash of blocks to whip into a quilt if you are in desperate need (or just a procrastinator like me)!

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    Shannon says:

    I’m working on a random log cabin with my scraps. I need to sort them out a bit better though so that all the strips and strip like pieces are in one bin.

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    Hilary says:

    I would love to use those scraps!

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    Vicki says:

    Ooh, me! I made a scrap quilt from fairly small and some medium scraps earlier this year. You can see it here: http://sewinspired.blogspot.com/2009/02/finished-scrap-quilt.html
    I just sewed pairs of scraps together until I had a big pile of pairs, then pressed and did it again, repeat until I had blocks the size I wanted. Next time I’ll probably make them a uniform size.

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    nikki says:

    those scraps would be a nice touch of variety to my stash.

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    Sarah says:

    I love working with scraps! Right now I’m making a scrap scarf. I too find it hard to throw away fabric, no matter how small!

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    So generous! I am drooling… you do have wonderful taste in fabric. I would like to make something for my coming baby, kicking away as I type!

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    Sam E. says:

    I’m definitely feeling the random log cabin love on the blogosphere–I think that’s what I’d do with those lovely scraps!

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    Goodness, I would love your scraps. I just saw this pillow today at Anthro* , and thought about how much fun it would be to make!

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    sally says:

    It would be a lot of fun to make another doll quilt for my daughter. The small scraps would be perfect for some kind of crazy quilt

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    Jenn says:

    Hooray for fabric! As for scraps, I love to use scraps for embellishing kid shirts and onesies… even the smallest scraps can be used.

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    Sheri K. says:

    scraps are my favorite. I love getting random patterns, etc and putting them with others to make fun items. First on my list would be new hotpads that I really need, and also toys for the babies that are about to join our family…I have a step sister that just had twins, a sister in law about to give birth, and my sister and I are expecting this summer! Crazy times…your scraps would help!!!

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    Barb says:

    I think I’d like to make a spiderweb quilt – especially with those yummy scraps that you have. Of course, I’d really love your big bundle. Thanks for the generous giveaway!

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    Barbara Hache says:

    I decided to start sewing again after an 8 year absence and I am in love with so many of the new fabric designs ! I would love to use some of your small pieces to make a purse. It would be a labour of love but I would get to admire so many beautiful fabrics !
    Thank you for your generousity !
    πŸ™‚ Barbara

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    Jennifer says:

    Wow, how exciting! I can’t wait to see everything after it’s organized. I love big fabric stashes. I would use the scraps for all kinds of small projects; business card holders, christmas ornaments, baby toys, scrappy belts…. there are so many things I could do with them! I hope I win!

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    How fun! I’d love to inherit your pretty scrap collection! Thanks for sharing. You’re work is really beautiful.

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    Michele says:

    My latest obsession is making little tiny pincushions from plastic lids, little mushroomy looking things. Small scraps are perfect for this! I’m also making up 4-squares for a pincushion make-and-take children’s activity for our guild show.

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    Nancy Cook says:

    I love little scraps for tiny doll clothes, collage and little quilts.
    Thanks for the opportunity

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    Kindra says:

    I have no scrap stash to speak of, so pretty much anything you have would be awesome. I’m a new quilter and I would love to try out a spiderweb quilt or coin quilt or some other scrappy quilt…yep, pretty much any scraps would put me in scrappy quilting heaven.

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    Jill Jones says:

    How sweet of you to share your scraps! I am especially intrigued by scrap quilts – and I’m dying to start one!

    http://www.quiltville.com has some great free scrap patterns

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    Karen Holbert says:

    I would be quite honored to receive your large scrap bundle! As for ideas? I’d use them to adorn the fabric birds I am making for my little one’s nursery. Spring is in the air!

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    johanna montoya says:

    Are you kidding!? Free fabric (no matter the size)..always welcome. I love your blog, blogging away when I should be working. It’s raining in North Texas so I would rather be QUILTING! I am making my 4 yr old quilts for her babies so your scraps would be put to great use. You have an inspiring collection from what i see. Thanks for listening.

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    Sarah S says:

    Holy cow at the scraps! How fun! I would love to make some log cabin pillow cases or coasters.

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    johanna montoya says:

    oh by the way, have you seen the calendar quilt challenge on blogspot ? Your scraps are the PERFECT size if you decide to (weeping) keep them!

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    Sara says:

    The giveaway posts are always popular, aren’t they?
    You have the best fabric stash I’ve ever seen, so one of those scrap bags would be worth more to me than a bag of gold. What would I do with it? Probably just pour it out, go through and touch and admire every last piece, and repeat.
    Actually, I’d like to use them to make one of these ( http://crazymomquilts.blogspot.com/2008/09/message-board-and-artwork-holder.html ) for my daughters bedroom.
    Thanks for the chance!

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    Ellen says:

    Woo Hoo! I love scraps! I like to use them for Grandmother’s Gardens. But if they are too small for that, I have a friend that sews them all together into a bigger piece and then uses it in a block. It gets a little thick sometimes, but she coordinates colors so well! It’s really cool looking!

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    Rosa says:

    Good luck with sorting. I am trying to get organized now that I am quilting. Those scraps look lovely.

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    Katherine says:

    I have some Bit of Wimsy doll patterns I could use the scraps for, or Glass tile necklaces, fabric flowers, covered buttons. Thanks for the great giveaway! πŸ™‚

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    Casey says:

    a spiderweb quilt is exactly why I’ve started saving my scraps! I’d love to have more to add

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    sharon j says:

    Hi scraps are always great for aplique. Love your site! You have got some great ideas for projects, thank you for sharing them with us.

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    Kellie says:

    love your blog and love your scraps, lol. These would be put to great use in a scrappy log cabin quilt. Many thanks for hours of reading and viewing pleasure.

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    Marta says:

    Thanks for your giveaway!!!!! I would probably made some tiny quilts for the dolls of my little girl. How wonderfull….
    Loves from Spain.

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    MLE says:

    I’m so envious of your fabric stash! I save all my small scraps so that I can one day make a crumb quilt–for an example see here: http://www.quiltville.com/crumbs.shtml

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    erica h says:

    What lovely scraps! I’d put them toward a donated quilt for one of the flood families here in North Dakota.

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    Sarah C says:

    I am in 3 quilting bees and love to have little scraps of fabric to add to the blocks that I make. Little scraps and big scraps are so perfect for this.

    Also I have a little cousin who just LOVES to sew with me. She will take my bag of scraps and hand sew them together to make her beautiful creations. She is 5, so you need a little imagination to see what she made, but it is so much fun.

    Thank you so much for this giveaway!!!! My fingers are crossed.

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    Joanna says:

    Oh my goodness it looks like complete heaven there to me!!!! I am a scrap lover. Can’t throw even the tiniest piece away! I use them for my applique. Even a little once inch square can make the perfect berry!

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    Autumn says:

    This sounds so funny, but “I want your scraps!” They all look so fun. Honestly, I don’t know what I’d do with them….put them in a jar to proudly display my winnings at my entryway, perhaps. Joking. I’d make something with lots of white and little “pops” of color. Something wonky and fun. Something that could be used for Spring/Summer decor and usage. I could go on…..

    Ahhh…..”I want your scraps!”

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    Trina says:

    I want to make a coin quilt, I think that was the name everyone has been using for it. I just don’t have a stash yet, so I don’t really have scraps to use. This would be a perfect start. Oh, I really hope I win!

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    sarah says:

    i love scraps and scrap projects. my favorite things to make are log cabins, log cabin houses, and i spy creations. please count me in!

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    Betsy says:

    Tiny scraps = doll clothes!

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    Frogdancer says:

    I know EXACTLY what I’d do with a bundle of scaps… I’m making a sting quilt. 4″ suares, Queen sized. It wasn’t until I started that I worked out I’ll need between 3 and 4 THOUSAND little strings of fabric. (I know, I’m an idiot. If I’d worked that out before I started I don’t think I would have begun.)
    I’ve run out of little scraps. I’ve cut into every big piece of fabric I own, and now I’m looking for different fabric so that the quilt has variety. Your scraps would be cooed over, cuddled and then mercilessly cut up and every inch would be used.
    (Fingers crossed!)

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    Liz says:

    Ooh, what a fun giveaway. I would use the litlle scraps for doing applique designs on shirts, bibs, blankets too.
    And those bigger scraps, well they are all fantastic so I know I could find uses for making things for my little girl like doll clothes, bags or smaller projects. I will keep my fingers crossed! Have a great weekend!

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    Heather says:

    If I used your scraps, would my quilt look as beautiful as all of yours? Your creations are gorgeous & have pushed me to try quilting again – thank you!

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    Leigh Miller says:

    oh, I love other people’s scraps!! I get bits of things I normally wouldn’t sew with!

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    Natasha says:

    Great scraps! I use them all the time for little accents in blocks and for applique.

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    darci says:

    Small scraps are great for coin quilts or using them for applique, both of those sound great to me!

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    Heidi says:

    I love scraps. I’m in the middle of a spider web quilt so these would be a welcome addition — either way I love reading your blog & seeing your creativity!

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    natalie b. says:

    so i just found this site yesterday and i’ve been seriously aching to make something as pretty as your quilts. very inspiring and did i mention gorgeous!

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    Kat says:

    I just finished my first foundation-pieced square, which is for a quilt bee with some friends. So far, each month I’ve been able to try a new technique. I just love foundation piecing, and I have all sorts of ideas that will use up all the tiny scraps I can get my hands on. I’d better stock up on thread, though πŸ™‚

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    Kristin says:

    I would be grateful to win anything. I would like to make some crazy quilt squares and smaller items like dolls clothing, and bookmarks as gifts.

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    Natalija says:

    Thank you for the giveaway! Please include me in the drawing.
    stitchsavesnine (at) yahoo (dot) com

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    betsy says:

    well I have been using my scraps in applique embroidery.
    Also I make coasters, potholders and scrappy baskets.

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    Nichole says:

    Greatest way ever to reduce scraps is to give them away! I’d love them for string quilts. Good luck with the organizations. I need to do some of that myself this weekend.

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    Judy says:

    I like to make crazy quilts and use all of my scraps. I hate to throw anything away. It is also great to have lots of scraps for applique.

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    Janna says:

    I can’t wait to start a spiderweb quilt and I’m right in the middle of a grandmother’s garden quilt, so I would definitely put those scraps to use!!!!!!

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    Becky says:

    I love your fabric! I have been a quilter for a while now, but just lately have been discovering online quilters and their different styles. I have never bought any fabric with bright colors and big prints, and I would love to play around with it and try it out. I use little scraps when I applique and it is also fun to sew scraps together to make a big piece of fabric for binding.

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    Ann-Elise says:

    I found your blog through the Heather Ross’ Summer Blouse post, and have been lurking ever since. I almost thought about commenting when you were looking for a baby model, since I am right here in Winooski, but then I thought that meeting someone from the internet has enough stigma, much less introducing your 8 month old daughter to an internet stranger.
    Anyway, while reading your back posts, I found the one on the produce bags you made. And realized that I had been standing in line in front of you at the cutting counter at JoAnn’s when you bought that fabric. You were telling an older woman who was buying something to fix the handle on her canvas bag about your project, and being engaged, and I remember because I’ve wanted to make a produce bag like that since, but couldn’t remember what they were made from. When I found that post, and saw your wedding photo of you and Morgan, it all clicked in an eery small-world VT way.
    I was the one with the whining toddler and the overstimulated, screaming then-infant, now-baby model.
    Now, if that doesn’t TOTALLY creep you out, I will say that I would probably make a coin quilt with the smaller scraps if they’re big enough. I haven’t made one of those yet.

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    Cherie Moore says:

    I love your scraps!!!

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    Lisa M says:

    I would love some of the scraps, I am making a quilt for my husband for xmas this year (hopefully!!!) and I am making it w/ a 1 1/4″ thimble template having one piece for everyday we’ve been married. Through this xmas that would be 4121 pieces!! and if I don’t get it finished I will need to add another 365 to finish by next xmas….talk about motivation!!! any way more scraps would be great, i am trying to repeat as little as possible.

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    MegVS says:

    Lovely. I love scraps. I make wallets, fabric flowers, applique with mine.

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    Linda says:

    I would make a doll quilt…I keep my scraps and share them with my mom who is very creative with every little bit of fabric!

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    peggy says:

    Scraps are just what my daughter loves for sewing tiny quilts for all the stuffed animals!

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    Chris says:

    I need to branch out from my safety zone of only using coordinating fabric families! Swapping fabric and doing giveaways is a great way to broaden your fabric choice horizons. Don’t we all have certain colors in our stash that are virtually non-existent? That’s me. I would use your scraps to infuse some fresh colors into my boring old color choices πŸ˜‰ Good luck organizing! I did it a couple of weeks ago with clear plastic shoe boxes. It helped alot.

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    Katherine says:

    I’ve been loving all the spiderweb quilts that have been floating around blogland. Scraps are a fun way to add variety without buying bigger pieces. I think it would be fun to do a scrap swap…everyone sends in a big ol’ bag of scraps, it gets tossed up, and sent back out. But on second thoughts, the logistics of that would be a nightmare.

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    Bre Ann says:

    I’m about to make a coin quilt and that large stash looks perfect for that project.

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    Jody says:

    OOh, your fabric looks awesome! I have so many ideas…I like making my daughter onesies that have applique on them of different images/shapes. I did one for her birthday…it is too cute! Or, I love with Kristen did on her blog with circles….I would love to win! Thanks for “clearing” your scrap pile!

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    louise reynen says:

    …they look like sweet bunches…with small bits…covered buttons!

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    Sarah Fuller says:

    I would love to win these to give them to my best friend/sister-in-law! She’s starting to get really crafty and is experimenting with different art forms including fabric scraps. She would love how colorful these are!

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    lindsey Hahn says:

    you’re too sweet! i’ve been wanting to make little zippered pouches for my purse – for sunglasses, pens, lipstick, etc. how cute would they be in patchwork from scraps?

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    Aimee says:

    I make book marks and cards with some of my scraps. I’m also trying to teach my two oldest kids to sew and stitch and scraps are great for that too. You have some really wonderful scraps!

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    Kim says:

    I love all your fun quilting ideas and your cute blog. I would use these for a coin quilt, or applique. Thanks for all your inspiration.

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    Chen says:

    I’d love to make a spiderweb blocks with your scraps. You have great taste in fabric!

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    Megan says:

    Ooooo! I would make kid-sized crazy quilts with the little scraps. And I would roll ecstatically around in the bigger scraps. I can’t believe these are your SCRAPS — you have amazing taste. My scraps are abysmal!

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    Alison says:

    I wish I had just a pinch of any of your scraps! I just started quilting and I don’t have any scraps. Every quilt I see that I like are more of the scrapy kind.

    I just got a few sets of towels at target to make your tote bag – so excited!

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    Jessie says:

    I’m ready to start a scrap quilt, I think…

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    molly says:

    If I win your scraps, I am making a quilt like this one: http://crazymomquilts.blogspot.com/2009/01/snippets_22.html

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    Elizabeth says:

    I’d make my FIRST quilt!!! I found your site from another & have really enjoyed your pictures & updates!

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    Bekhy says:

    Have you checked out Bonnie Hunter’s website? Quiltville.com? The original spiderweb pattern is there, but there are tons of other patterns good for small scraps of various sizes. I used up a whole bunch of scraps on improv blocks/tops of various kinds as well. I also used a bunch of scraps making Marsha McCloskey’s Block Party blocks. That was a ton of fun. I don’t really need more scraps, but I LOVE your stuff, and so I’m sure I would love your scraps.

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    mrs. doodle says:

    I would love to win this! I want to make a quilt for me and this would be perfect with some white Kona.

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    Mal* says:

    I gotta tell you — I am totally burning through my tiny scraps on the mini hexagon project. I finally feel justified! (But almost out of scraps now and would love to have an infusion, lady!)

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    Ellen says:

    oooh, your big scraps are stash builders for a newbie like me! A friend of mine makes “rope” out of her scraps and makes bowls or baskets out of them.

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    Marcella says:

    Right now I’m on a patchwork coaster craze! I’m in love.

    Thanks so much.

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    Amanda C says:

    I would love the scraps (either large or small) I am making a spider web quilt for my daughter (inspired by your blog). I would also use the scraps to make Key FOB & thumb tacks out of fabric covered buttons.

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    Lorene says:

    Back when I had only one child I started a mini quilt with each family member’s initials. Then I had child number two and pretty much quit sewing. Perhaps winning one of your scrap bags would motivate me to finish up that mini quilt. Including the initials of son number two, of course!

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    Val says:

    ohhh, this has me so excited! I am new to quilting…just finished my FIRST ONE this week in fact! I am building a fabric stash and would LOVE to have scraps for another quilt! I have in mind to make each of my nieces and nephews a scrappy quilt so this would be perfect!

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    Kourtney says:

    I think this is such a great idea!!! Maybe when my scrap piles get big enough I can do the same thing!! I think if I won your scrap bags (or your bundle!!) I would make the coin quilt I’ve been dying to make. Your scraps look just big enough to do it!!!! So…. PICK ME PICK ME PICK ME!!!!!! πŸ™‚

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    ericae says:

    goodness! i love scraps! i’m thinking of some sort of stringy quilt. here’s hoping!

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    Kris says:

    Oh wow! I love scraps! I’m trying to get enough scraps to make a scrappy double wedding ring quilt! I would love to win this to add to that collection! You did a great job on your seagull quilt! It looks wonderful.

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    Alli Forsyth says:

    I love scraps. I too just spent the last three days organizing my fabric. I bought the bins and folded by color. It was a lot of work. I want to start working on a spiderweb quilt so thats what I would do with the scraps. Thanks for the giveaway.

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    amylouwho says:

    seriously? I think there is a piece of Amy Butler Belle in that larger bundle…. one that I love!

    I’ve been toying with the idea of a modge podged fabric collage on an artist canvas for my bedroom.

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    Melanie says:

    A few months ago, my SIL and her 5 year old daughter came for a visit. My niece showed an interest in the sewing that we were doing. I pulled out a big handful of scraps, trimmed them into rectangles, and gave them to her. She loved it and sat for a long time with us, arranging and rearranging her fabrics to “design” her own quilt!

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    Amy says:

    Oh, please, please PICK ME! I’ve been working on a scrappy quilt but have had to put it on hold because I’m out of scraps…my stash was not nearly as big as I had hoped. I’d love to be able to finish the project with your scraps…I really only need the smallest of pieces. Love your blog and getting the chance to admire your finished quilts.

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    Allison says:

    I have the same problem, but I sure like other people’s scraps. Its just like doing someone else’s dishes, it doesn’t bother me at someone else’s house, but its like pulling teeth in mine. (I still do them though…promise) My scraps usually end up in log cabin blocks, etc. I love your scraps..they are way cuter than mine. πŸ™‚

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    michelle says:

    Scraps are great! I am currently making quilts for our family (we all have our special blankets that I want to replace with a nice homemade modern quilt) I love the variety of fabrics you have collected-how generous of you to share!

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    Ginger says:

    Hoping I win the big bundle to make some nice zipper pouches!

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    Sign me up. If I’m being honest, for now the scraps will just be added to my own collection. But when I do get around to using some they wil spice things up a bit!

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    Amanda says:

    I love scraps too. I only have a little stash of scraps though so I would love to win one of your scrap bags!

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    Kristen says:

    Oooh, pick me. I have a set of scrappy twin quilts on my to-do list and these would be perfect to add to my own scrap stash!

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    Frostedbetty says:

    I would sew them all together by color to form bigger squares and then make a scrappy blanket or anything little like coasters, change purse, hacky sack πŸ™‚

    Although I would love the big bag I’ll take any of them.. Please πŸ™‚

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    Natalie says:

    Your quilts are gorgeous…so I’m guessing your scraps are too! i’m in! I would love to have them!

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    Angie H. says:

    I love using up those tiny scraps to make fun designs!

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    Kay says:

    Scrap quilts are my favorite, my girls need some doll quilts and like you I’m bored with my own stash. I would also like to do a coin quilt and maybe another spiderweb quilt. The options are endless with scraps, perhaps that’s why they are hard to part with. Love you blog, thanks for the opportunity :o)

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    claudia says:

    I’m not very good at using my scraps either–it’s so hard to get rid of (throw away!) such pretty fabric. I have been using some of my scraps for appliques on t-shirts for the kids. This doesn’t use up very many scraps, though. πŸ™‚

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    Amanda says:

    The scraps look lovely! I’m not exactly sure what I would do with them yet but I would love to use them as an inspiration for some type of project! πŸ™‚

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    Anne says:

    Seminole Patchwork!

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    marg says:

    I’d love to use scraps for a foundation pieced quilt.

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    Marleen says:

    I should use them for little quilts of love.
    Since we received a quilt when our wee son died before his birth I experienced how much comfort it gives that someone else who doesn’t know you has made the effort to realise a quilt for your child.

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    sue & Shae Owen says:

    I have been using scraps to make appliques on my sons t-shirts and pajama tops, also been patching together to make coasters and placemats ^_^
    oh and fabric covered buttons if they are big enough πŸ™‚

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    rosa says:

    I’m a new quilter….i’d love some scaps to get started! Thankyou for the offer!

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    Ariana says:

    I’d love any of the fabric you’re giving away. We are hoping to buy a house in the next few months, I’d probably start thinking about how I could use the scraps for some new decorations- scrappy pillows maybe? or a table runner?

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    N says:

    I was thinking a scrappy patchwork border to decorate hand towels, kitchen towels, napkins, placemats etc.

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    Sandi says:

    Ooh, you have lovely scraps! Please enter me in your drawing. I’d love to work them into a scrappy star quilt, or use them in a mini quilt. Or pieced together to make a key fob strap. Or…

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    Kimmer says:

    I have been making a lot of doll quilts recently (I have 3 daughters and 3 nieces who all have mltiple dolls!) and small pieces and scraps are perfect for them! Thanks for the chance to win some stash!

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    nana says:

    I love my scraps, and I will love yours too, promise. I start with a strip and a pile of scraps, sew a scrap to the strip, repeat to the end of the strip. now cut the strip between the scraps to make a bigger scrap. grab another strip and start adding scraps again, cut and repeat until u have a wonky scrappy patch. fun to do and fun to use.

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    Ellen Ban says:

    Scraps are great for postage stamp quilts and making patchwork pieces for wristlets and other small projects…winning a bag of scraps=a little bit of heaven!

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    Sydney says:

    I just started quilting. I’ve determined that I don’t have enough money to buy all the fabric out there. I even work at a fabric store, but, well…. you know – it’s the fabric addition that could make me broke. So, I’d love to win the give-away. Help a fellow addict. πŸ™‚

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    Jennifer says:

    I’m always up for little scrapps- they are great for little appliques. Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Stephanie says:

    What a great give away! I love reading your blog and seeing your new quilts! With these scraps I would add them to my scrap quilt I have started.

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    Tracy says:

    I’ve been saving scraps to make a spiderweb quilt! your’s would be perfect with mine!

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    Toby says:

    I have been using my oldest daughter’s room as my sewing room while she lives with her mom. Since she is moving back this summer and we had a house full last night, I got real energetic and moved all my stuff out of her room and into mine in 3 hours. My cute husband likes it all in there and thinks it looks neat. I told him it was a disaster. So he said he will build me storage…oh I hope so! So some new scraps to fill it with would be great! Thanks for the chance!!

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    kristine hanson says:

    ooooooooooh I would love the big scraps! But I would take the little scrap bag too!! When my scraps get really small I cut what is left into 2″ strips….I have a big box ready (anytime!) for a wonky/crazy log cabin quilt….

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    Julie says:

    Exciting!!! Pick me!
    A friend of mine is working on a quilt for her baby, while she is patiently awaiting the little one’s arrival. She asked for people to participate by sending her pieces of material to be incorporated in the quilt. I would love to be able to send her some of these lovely pieces along with the others I have put aside for her.
    Thank you for the great giveaway!

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    Rebecca says:

    I make blankets for Project Linus. I’m working on a pattern that uses 2 1/2 ” squares to frame a plain muslin center where people can write or draw, so scraps are perfect! Thank you for such a fun contest! Also, I LOVE your blog and am blown away by your talent(and by how much time you carve out of your day for creativity)!

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    Quenby says:

    I’ve been following your blog lately and have been really inspired to get back into quilting. I love your use of colours! I would love the smaller scraps to do some improvisational log cabin baby quilts, as a few friends are expecting little ones in the coming months! Thanks for such a great blog!

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    jo says:

    I don’t have many scraps yet as I am fairly new to quilting so yours would be a wonderful addition to my rarther small collection! I like the idea of a coin quilt or possibly making some wonky stars for myself – they were so much fun to make for the Bushfire quilt project. Thank you for your lovely blog and a chance to win some of your lovely scraps.

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    sara says:

    I’ve made some lovely log cabin squares using scraps. But I know what you mean about feeling like you’re drowning in scraps. But It’s just so hard to throw fabric away!

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    Sandy says:

    I would love any of these! If your stash looks anything like your scraps, you are one lucky girl!

    I made a table runner with scraps from a scrap swap I did. It is super fun.

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    Joy says:

    You’re too sweet to offer your scraps! I use scraps all the time for scrappy hot pads, coasters, towels, ect. I would love some more. πŸ™‚
    Joy L.

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    Kathy says:

    yup – I would love the scraps! I use them for all sorts of things – to applique and most recently some string quilts made with telephone book pages as the base (that you then pull off).

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    Donna says:

    Can’t wait to see you all organized! Thanks for the giveaway!


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    Lisap says:

    Tiny patchwork embellishment on tea towels, potholders, and the yokes of smock tops comes to mind, as well as patchwork headbands. Your sewing is absolutely inspiring; thanks for sharing it!

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    kucorrinne says:

    I would make patchwork headbands. Thanks!

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    Lavina Dee says:

    I love your blog thanks for all the inspiration. The tiny scraps could be used for patchwork cards.

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    Donna Cutting says:

    These would work great for the sewing projects that we are doing at school with the grade 6 kids. WE are making small quilts for the Humane Society. This is an organization that accepts lost pets and sets them up for adoption. The kids and I are making quilts for the cages, doing some applique and using old demin jeans as squares in the quilts. So we would love to win scraps.

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    Holly says:

    Pick me! Pick me! It would love to be the recipient of the spoils from your fabric re-org! I am fairly new to quilting. My 2 year old son has become keen on me making a “special” blanket for all of his favourite stuffed animals. My next project will be for the stuffed monkey OGO. It is a good way for me to hone my quilting skills! Plus I would have a really great time “playing” with all of the colour match possibilities from such fun fabrics! Thanks for offering out your fabric as a treat for somebody else…what a great idea!

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    Sue says:

    Thanks for the fun giveaway. I love your choice of fabrics, and your quilting style. I think ‘This way up’ is my favorite!

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    Ellen Burbank says:

    I use small scraps of fabric to embellish handmade greeting cards. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Allie says:

    Oh pick me, pick me! I would love to have your scraps. I would love to use the larger pieces for scrappy quilt blocks, or the smaller scraps for covered buttons.
    Thanks for the chance to win. Great giveaway!

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    Cassandra says:

    Such beautiful fabrics! How can you part with them? They would make such beautiful things for anyones home, either as coasters or a spiderweb quilt. The larger ons would make a beautiful cathedral quilt too!

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    jessica says:

    oh, those bags make me so happy. i am a novice quilter and have been so inspired by your blog and workmanship. my sister-in-law has turned me back onto sewing/quilting and i am going hog wild discovering new and beautiful fabric. i would love a fun bag filled with fancy colorful treasures. hope i win!

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    Rachel says:

    Hi-thanks for this opportunity to win a bag of awesome scraps. I plan to make a scrappy quilt soon and would love to have some of your fabric scraps playing with mine!

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    Lydia says:

    WOW! What a great giveaway! I would use the scraps to monogram on and then make fabric buttons to attach to ponytail holders for my friend’s little girl!

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    Lila says:

    I have been hoping for more scraps for a geese in the forest quilt… these would be great!

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    Joanne says:

    What a lovely giveaway .. and so many wonderful fabric scraps. What I would do with so many beautiful pieces is sew them together in groovy colour combinations and make them into softies – they would look great and make excellent gifts for kids or big kids too(like us).

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    Julie says:

    I would love to win one of your scrap bags. My little one can not have enough blankies for her babies. She would really love to go through the scraps and pick her favourites. thanks for the opportunity to win

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    Kay says:

    Hey =) Such a great giveaway! I think I’d love to use the scraps for a pillow case. I’ve got a new sofa that’s all white and I think a few colorful pillows would look great on it!

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    Susan Cahill says:

    There is nothing better than someone else’s scraps!!!
    I love to make minature quilts so your little pieces would bring me great joy. I have been known to rifle the trash at quilt classes to gather the little scraps others throw away.

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    Alyson says:

    Stumbled onto your site, Im in love such eye candy.. I would love to win

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    Vone says:

    I’m always looking for fun prints for appliques on t-shirts and bibs.

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    Chris says:

    I would love to win your scraps!! I have always loved and admired fabric and wanted to quilt, but always felt intimidated to jump in. Last week I broke down and started my first quilting project. Needless to say I don’t have a scrap pile (yet) and could desperately use some scraps to keep me going.

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    Margie says:

    one woman’s ‘trash’ is another’s treasure. Count me in.

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    kelly says:

    I have no idea what I would make with these but as it goes….anothers trash is anothers stash. haha

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    Debbie KL says:

    Great giveaway. I use my medium sized scraps for making sleep masks.

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    Fioleta says:

    I would love to win as I don’t really have a fabric stash yet and I want to learn to make quilts. I have a small daughter, so I probably could use the tiniest scraps for dolls clothes and quilts, also could make some pincushions and fabric covered buttons.

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    the colors are just phenomenal. tiny or not! good luck with the spring clean!

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    KarenP says:

    They would be useful for applique projects, doll clothes embellishments, cat toys, table runners, etc. The ideas are endless! Thanks!

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    ayumills says:

    Your scraps look beautiful! I know how you feel. Scrappy fabric multiply exponentially and it gets quite difficult to organize it. I’ve been making small thing such as coasters and little drawstring bags using only scraps. These are easy to make and surely are a great way to use up scraps!

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    wendy says:

    I hope I win! I’m drowning in scraps too, but I like yours better. πŸ˜‰ If I win I will make a log cabinish quilt, all by hand like always.

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    JM says:

    Oh, I’d love these! I want to make a tiny log cabin doll quilt!

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    Erin says:

    I’d love to win scraps! I’m a scrap hoarder, too, but I think that others scraps are much more intriguing than my own. I’m saving to make a coin quilt and I always can use scraps for various quilting bee blocks!

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    Erica says:

    I would love to win some scraps! I have just gained enough courage to start my first quilt. I have been admiring all of your beautiful quilts, and I have decided that for my first quilt I am going to have little bits of colorful fabrics amongst a predominately white background. These scraps would be perfect for this!!! I would love to win!!

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    becca says:

    scrappy love right here…………

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    Tracy says:

    I just found your site thru a friends and I love it. I am starting my second quilt and you gave me some great ideas for piecing together the back! Thanks! I’d love to win scrapes so I have pieces to start learning to sew other things or add embellishments to projects I have in my head!

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    TammyR says:

    I’m the same way! I don’t know what to do with those little, tiny scraps, but I can’t bring myself to throw them away. So, I’d love to have more to add to my stash!

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    Em says:

    Thanks for the chance to win! I LOVE making scrappy quilts, and would love some new scraps!

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    Emily C says:

    Not that I need any more scraps, but … count me in.

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    Holly says:

    I’m new to quilting and love your blog! It’s very inspiring! I would love to try a spider web quilt or a selvage project out of scraps, I currently save all mine, but haven’t found the time to do much with them =) I think I spied a tiny goldfish in a bag in that middle bag of scraps in your picture! I would just love to have that bag!

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    EmilyBB says:

    these scraps look awesome! i like to put them together like a fan quilt and make bean bags and zipper pouches!

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    Sarah says:

    Yay! what fund scraps! I was just thinking about a spider web quilt earlier actually!

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    Trea says:

    I’ve been collecting scraps to make a quilt for my sister’s baby but she lost the pregnancy at 22 weeks. Looking at my scraps makes me sad. Yours are bright, cheerful, and give me hope. I would probably do something similar to this: http://tinyurl.com/cobvfy

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    claire says:

    I am planning to make a coin quilt soon, so they would be great for that. Plus other patchwork things I make, bags and so on

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    Rachael says:

    The scrap purge is so much fun….. sorting, recalling projects, figuring which yardage you want to track down again. I use scraps to make post-card quilts- sketch out a scene, cut templates, and applique while I ignore mindless television in the evenings.

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    Sara says:

    Oh boy, I can use those scraps. I’ve started making art angel pins and they get put in bags that are given out to newly diagnosed cancer patiens. Local oncology/hematology offices give the bags (containing info on cancer, a pillow, scarf, journal, etc. all provided by Positively Pink Packages) to newly diagnosed patients. You can learn a bit more about the art angels here: http://ifwishesworewings.blogspot.com/

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    Jessica says:

    Hello! I would love to win one fo your packs of scraps! They look so colorful and I think it would be fun to have some more ful fabric prints in my scrap box. πŸ™‚

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    Amanda A says:

    They would be perfect for a spiderweb quilt! I have been saving tiny scraps for one, but am just waiting for some motivation πŸ™‚

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    kerrie says:

    I love bags of scraps of fabrics! Can’t offer you any advice on the sorting question though as my stash is all over the place at the moment.

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    Jess says:

    What wouldn’t one do with scraps? Currently, I want to make some patchwork strips to embellish curtains for my “office” and would love to include some of your lovely, inspirational fabrics and colors — without increasing my own stash. (I gave up craft stores for Lent!)

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    monica hees says:

    don’t tell my husband that i am leaving a comment here in the hopes of winning a scrap bag…i just love little scraps and will use them to embellish baby t shirts. there are a lot of pregnant ladies in my life!

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    Nancy says:

    I have also been trying to think of thinks to do with small scraps of fabric, and have considered trying a few spider web quilt blocks. Otherwise I use mine to liven up the selvage items that I have been making lately. I guess that makes it so they aren’t strictly selvages but I like a stip of color here and there. Thanks for the fun giveaway!

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    Ursa says:

    I am same. I already have enough fabric and scraps and continue to buy more. It is a hard addiction to break. As for using scraps, I am still only looking at them. Not using them yet. But would like to. πŸ™‚

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    Shannon says:

    How generous! There are so many wonderful colors and patterns is those bundles. I don’t have much of a stash, myself, but would love to start one!!

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    Christine says:

    I just love the scraps… they seem like you could make so many cute things from them… I love making little bags, and there are quite a few tutorials for tea bag holders that I’m going to try out soon!

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    Allison C says:

    I LOVE scraps… can’t get enough of them myself. Love to use them for ponytail holders and applique. Thanks for the give away!

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    Shorty says:

    I would love to win your scraps! Any of them! I’ve seen some great ideas for selvage scraps lately, and I’m sure even the tiniest of your scraps could be used in a similar fashion. Thank you for the great opportunity to win!

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    dena wayne says:

    THat is a lot of responses. Good for you not to throw them away. It can be someone else’s treasure. The possiblitlies are endless for scrap usage so I won’t go into everything. Pick me!!!!!

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    Dan says:

    I am writing in for my wife Liz. She has already responded, dying to see if she will win. I am writing to please please please PLEASE give her a good consideration for the fabric!! She works super hard and gets me through school and just is so beautifully awesome that she could be thanked somehow and what a better way than someone’s scraps so she could make another person in our family a quilt! Thanks a lot my wife is addicted to her Google Reader and your colors on Saturdays and I get to sleep in!!!!

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    Dallas says:

    Ooh, I saw this earlier and forgot to comment. I hope I’m not too late yet. If I won, I’d use the scraps for a scrappy quilt. I’ve been wanting to make one in either a coin quilt pattern, or maybe the spiderweb pattern that I’ve seen on various blogs recently. The fabrics you show would match my collection of scraps pretty well.

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    nanann says:

    I just used some itty bitty scraps to make a confetti quilt like the original one I saw by Lady Havartine or the more recent version by crazymomquilts. It was a lot of work but so much fun to use all these one inch scraps to make a cool looking ‘art’ quilt.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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    what a great giveaway! it gives great inspiration for all the scrap quilts out their!

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    Cheryl says:

    Apparently people really like scraps! I’ve swapped scraps a bit. it is a good way to try something with scraps but with fabric that isn’t already boring you to tears. I’m tackling my Project Improv quilt with scraps. Wonky triangles. And planning a few other ideas.