Welcome Jones & Vandermeer (+ giveaway!)


I’m happy to introduce you to my newest sponsor, Jones & Vandermeer! This great shop offers up a wide selection of beautiful fabrics (as well as yarns, buttons, beads and ribbons). I love shops that carry unique items, and this one certainly fits the bill. Not only do they carry great items, but they write such great descriptions for all their products! I love browsing the new arrivals for fun new fabrics I might not find elsewhere.

My most recent order included the fabrics above – the middle print is one of my current favorite Liberty of London prints, and those on either side are new Yuwa Botanical Study prints. I particularly love that coffee color shown at the bottom. Don’t they look great together? They’d make a good start towards putting together a color scheme similar to Hazel’s patchwork quilt.


I also picked up a fat quarter pack of these new Sevenberry Neons. Fun, right? I love the contrast of the neons on the nice cotton/linen background.


And I usually can’t resist checking out the ribbons and buttons. I don’t have plans for these ribbons yet, but they were too pretty to resist.


Want to win some of those neons? Jones & Vandermeer is kindly offering up a fat quarter bundle to one lucky commenter. Please leave a comment here telling me what you’d make out of these great fabrics (I don’t have plans for mine yet, so ideas would be welcome!). I’ll select a winner on Sunday evening. And in the meantime I hope you’ll take a little peek at the Jones & Vandermeer shop – I have a feeling you’ll find something you love!

Update! Random.org selected number 97, Kim, who thinks these neons would look great in a modern quilt. I agree with her! Hopefully Kim will be able to put these great fabrics to good use!

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262 Responses to Welcome Jones & Vandermeer (+ giveaway!)

  1. 1
    Marion says:

    Wow ! Those neons really look like lot of funs. And since I am planning to stitch up a few baby-related items like a nappy-bag, bibs etc. for the expected grand-daugther I would love to win this fat quarter bundle. Thanks for the opportunity Ashley ! But I don’t appreciate being the first one in the comments…:-))

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      Yvonne says:

      just found out about 2 babies expected to arrive in 2014 and every baby needs a quilt. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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      Sandra says:

      I would make a messenger bag and use the leftover fabric for pouches.
      This is a great store and I have purchased some great items here. Thanks for the giveaway.

  2. 4
    Skaapie says:

    So pretty, I love the neons! Thanks for the giveaway

  3. 5
    Sharmond says:

    Thanks for the introduction! Lovely fabrics and they have pretty yarns, too. Wow, not sure what I would make, but there’s lots of inspiration on your site! What beautiful quilts you make!

  4. 6

    Great neon fabrics. Bet they would make great fabric buckets. How fun would that be!

  5. 7
    PennyDog says:

    Hmm…. probably pouches, or cute linings for inset pockets!

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    Laurelle C says:

    Wow awesome neons I have four teenage daughters that always want bags laptop covers etc so that’s what I would make. πŸ™‚ always love checking out new stores. Thanks for the chance for the giveaway πŸ™‚

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    anie says:

    i would make a few zip up cases with the neon fabric.

  8. 10
    Allison C says:

    I would make a patchwork box pouch

  9. 11
    M says:

    Pouch for my neon loving friend!:)

  10. 12
    MuriΓ«l says:

    A fun gymbag would be my idea.
    Great fabrics! I would love to win!!

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    Julierose says:

    Oh A Low Volume piece with those botanical prints–maybe in a landscape form? they are really lovely fabrics…thank you for the chance to win…hugs, Julierose

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    DeborahGun says:

    I think they would make great zippy pencil cases. Thanks for a lovely giveaway

  13. 15
    Abby says:

    OMG they are amazing. I want to make things for my little girl. A bag, pencil roll all sorts of things.

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    Kathleen says:

    I would make some small zippered bags for traveling. Thanks!

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    Sarah Schraw says:

    Oh those neons are great. I love how they look against the linen. Maybe a bag? For a Christmas present? Thanks for the giveaway!

  16. 18
    Erica Texheks says:

    I would love to make a bag out of this fabric!

  17. 19
    Lindsey F says:

    I would use them to make e-reader sleeves. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    knottygnome says:

    I think I would make some small bags–perhaps frame purses?

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    Makenzie says:

    Ooh I love these! I love the idea of zipper pouches or an iPad case. Or a patchwork pillow!

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    Stacey says:

    I may actually be in live with these! I love love love things that juxtapose neon and natural. I think I’d make a cute bunny doll using the dotted fabric for the body and the gingham one for the pads of the feet and the insides of the ears.

  21. 23
    Mel says:

    polka dots and neon?! awesome! I would make a skirt for my littlest

  22. 24
    Steph says:

    These are really different! Thanks for the introduction to Jones and Vandermeer. I would practice on some other fabrics first and then make my first fabric boxes/storage bowls out of the neon-naturals.

  23. 25
    Melissa says:

    These would make a cute purse!

  24. 26
    Shayne D says:

    OMG I love the neons!! I don’t even know what I’d make…I’d probably just hoard it…

  25. 27
    Anya says:

    Those would make a cool modern quilt! Thanks for the chance!

  26. 28
    Lee says:

    Cute fabric! I would love to make some fun pencil cases and journal covers with this for my nieces! thanks!

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    Beth B says:

    I’m always up for making pillow covers!

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    katie says:

    I would make something for my teenage niece. She loves the neon colors.

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    Jennifer says:

    I’d make an awesome bag for my work things or a fun summer scarf or 2!

  30. 32
    Liz says:

    I think that I would make a cool sunglasses case for my new sunnies!

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    melissa says:

    I think a little tote. I like the natural look of the fabric base. Especially those in the first photo. I’ve added this giveaway to the weekly link up on my blog. If I win I can be contacted through my blog. Thanks a bunch! πŸ™‚

  32. 34
    Ally says:

    I need a new kitchen set–dish towels, apron, oven mitts, etc.

  33. 35
    Jessica g says:

    I love neon so much right now! I’m super boring, so I would probably make a set of simple napkins.

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    Natalie says:

    I would use these to make myself a new kindle cover! I might also use some to make some hair bows for my nieces and my friend’s twin girls.

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    Gill says:

    Great fabrics – how about a picnic quilt???

  36. 38
    L says:

    They would definitely be a baby quilt. Not sure what pattern….

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    Deb says:

    They would definitely go into a lap quilt esp since I’m not a garment or bag sew-er.

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    Heather79 says:

    Those would make a supah-sweet diaper tote. Nice!

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    Jesica says:

    I’d make pillows for myself πŸ™‚

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    Karen says:

    Love the Yuwa Botanical Study prints! I think I will make a drawstring bag.

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    Debbie M says:

    These would be great for accessories. Like a hat, tote bag, etc.

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    Jocelyn says:

    Such cute fabrics. I think they would make a great tote!

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    Barb farmer says:

    So pretty! I am planning on making pouches for Christmas gifts this year and these FQs would make beautiful ones!

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    Elizabeth J says:

    I think my daughter would love little zip pouches or bags to carry her toys around! Anything to contain the toys. πŸ™‚

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    Paula says:

    A Low Volume mini with those lovely botanical prints? Have a picture right in my mind…….

  46. 48
    Leila says:

    Zipper pouches or skirts for my girls!

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    Colleen says:

    I think I would use these for a quilt, with lots of neutral solids to tone down the bright neon. I’m completely into neon everything right now and this fabric is probably going to have to live with me one way or another.

  48. 50

    A cute bag would be a lot of fun.

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    Tina says:

    I might make a bag out of the fabric

  50. 52
    KHohns says:

    I need a Kindle cover…badly. So that pink neon cross/plaid-ish print would be stellar with some fussy-cuts around it.

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    mean sarah jean says:

    i’m thinking some cute little zip up bags (make up bags, coin purses, maybe even a clutch)

  52. 54
    DianeY says:

    Those neons are so cool! I think I would sneak them in with some other fabrics for a fun pop of color.

  53. 55
    Anya says:

    I need a new laptop bag, and these would work beautifully for that!

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    krystina says:

    A bag for sure. These neons are adorable!

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    Carmen says:

    I think those neons have to go into a cushion cover or set of placemats — thanks!

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    Julie says:

    i would make a new makeup bag for myself… and a pencil bag for my kiddos

  57. 59
    Anita says:

    The fabrics would be a good start for a baby quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Kristin S. says:

    Pieced travel bags…the luggage kind with lots of interfacing and zippers!

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    Kathie L says:

    I have a pattern for placemats – 4 FQs makes 4 placemats. That our charity project for December for our quilt guild.

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    Lynne Tilley says:

    I definitely see a little clutch or handbag from this. So cute and bright and fun.

  61. 63
    megan says:

    Ooooo I’m totally seeing a vintage style little girl’s pinnafore. Something that would be totally updated in these neons and still classicly cute.

  62. 64
    carrie says:

    I would whip up a few zip pouches, or an apron. Hard to choose!

  63. 65
    Lindsay says:

    I LOVE those neons! I’d have to make something cute for my daughter. Maybe a nice full skirt or something.

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    shawn says:

    Oh my gosh I love those neons. I don’t know what I would make, I guess I am in the same boat as you lol. Thanks for the giveaway.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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    T Bosch says:

    I’m thinking, maybe, a cute little bag of some sort!

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    Laura says:

    I think they are screaming out to be made into some awesome makeup/pencil cases!

  67. 69
    Alison says:

    Would it be boring to say I’d make a quilt?!

  68. 70
    Megan says:

    Oooo those look amazing!

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    Gina says:

    I love those! They would be great to use for shopping bags.

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    Megan says:

    I think I would make some zip pouches with that fun neon fabric! I love it! Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Karen B says:

    I don’t normally go for the neons, but the non-white background is making me think these would be cute as strips in a skirt with more of that neutral color for the rest.

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    Julie says:

    I’d make some patchwork floor cushions for my daughters’ room. They would love them!

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    Laura Baker says:

    Little baby pants with contrasting roll up cuffs or maybe a sun hat! The babies would really stand out in the crowd!

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    Francis Paul says:

    I just recently bought a FQ bundle of NEON solids, so this bundle would be perfect to combine with πŸ™‚

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    jENNY says:

    they would make a cute scalloped bunting for my daughters room.

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    MBMeadows says:

    I need a new tote!

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    Jenny says:

    I know I’d make some sort of bag. Super fun — thanks!!

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    Heidi says:

    I’d either make a patchwork skirt for my little girl or a tote for a Christmas gift!

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    Barbi M says:

    Hmmm, never worked with linen or neon lately. I’m thinking a little string backpack. Or,maybe highlight in a quilt I want to do in polka dots……

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    Madeleine says:

    I think they would make fun linen napkins. There’s a great tutorial over here : http://filminthefridge.com/2008/11/19/make-your-table-pretty-a-reversible-rick-rack-napkin-tutorial/ ha! ha!

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    Jenny G. says:

    They would make some nice reusable bags for the store! Thanks for the chance!

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    Anne says:

    Those are begging to be made into snazzy college dorm wall hangings to grace my daughters room in Iowa City! Thanks!

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    Hilde says:

    I’d make a bag for my laptop with these, thanks for the chance to win!

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    Kat Scott says:

    Love the combination of neon with the linen look background… Project possibilities seem endless! Baby quilt is the easy 1st choice. Thanks for the giveaway.

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    LINDA says:


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    Jess says:

    Those fabrics would make an amazing clutch! Perfect to add a pop of color to any outfit. Thanks!

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    Penny says:

    An apron, perhaps?

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    F. K. says:

    Those neons are wild! I love them! I can just picture the best fit-and-flare dress out of them!

    And those ribbons would be beautiful little touches to some lingerie, I think. Maybe a bra with the heart and stripe ones. πŸ™‚

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    Elinor says:

    These are crying out to be made into cushions to perk up my dull beige sofa! Thanks for another great giveaway.

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    Lesley says:

    I don’t know what I’d make, but it would definitely be for me!

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    jody says:

    Those neons! Ooo la la!!!! I can think of a dozen things to make! I’d probably start with a new IPad cover and go from there~

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    Helen says:

    I think pillow covers

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    Teresa S. says:

    They would make adorable baby bibs for gifts!

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    barb price says:

    i’d make a quilt for sure, i’ve actually been seeking some neon fabric to make a house warming gift, would look great done in a modern, white quilt. perfect

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    Kim M says:

    These could look awesome in a modern quilt!

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    Netta says:

    such great fabrics! I mostly quilt, but I think some of this fabric would be perfect for the stuffed giraffe and elephant I am making for Christmas gifts

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    liz f says:

    I think that I’d make a bag!

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    treewytch says:

    I’d make a cushion for my daughter’s bedroom. She’s just turned 14 and adores bright splashes of colour like those glorious fabrics.

  99. 101

    I would definitely be making a tote with these. They are lovely!

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    Kami says:

    I’m thinking pillows/cases for sure! It would be the first thing I actually made that stayed at my house!

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    Sue H says:

    I have just been asked to make a quilt for a teenage girl – this will fit in perfectly!! Love the Yuwa Bunnies and the Liberty Tresco that Jones and Vandemeer stock. I will definitely have to do some shopping! Thanks for the opportunity.

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    Emily t says:

    What a cute shop! I think I would *finally* make some floor pillows for the kids’ room!

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    Rachel says:

    Those are gorgeous! I think I would use them to make a couple of diaper pouches for our baby coming soon. πŸ™‚

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    Angela says:

    Would love to make a quilt with these!

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    Jessica says:

    Patchwork pillows! The linen tones down the neon, I think, without making it too boring.

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    Debbie says:

    I’m making lots of bay quilts lately. So much fun

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    Joyce Mitchell says:

    I’d make a tote bag – bright & happy. Thanks.

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    Mary says:

    I’d love to have a fun tote in those bright neons. Thanks for the chance!

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    Brittany Bailey says:

    Those neons would make a great tote bag or zippered pouch!

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    Charlotte E says:

    Those neons are great – so different. I think that they would look fab turned into cushions on my sofa to give it a pop of colour.

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    Vicki P says:

    A tote for lugging quilts to Show & Tell.

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    Alice R. says:

    love these linen cotton blends! I would add the to some cottons, and make pillows. Than you for this chance.

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    Carla says:

    I would love to win some of the neons. How fun!

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    HeatherK says:

    Cute neons! I think they’d make cute lunch or tote bags.

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    Annalia says:

    I think I’d have to make a purse/bag of some kind. Those fabrics are just to cool not to carry around with you!

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    Linda says:

    wow–that first stack with the Liberty print and the Botanicals is to die for. Love them all and will check out your new sponsor for sure to get some for myself in case I don’t win :-). I usually make quilts but these fabrics would be fun to slip into small bags or pillow covers. Thank you for sharing!

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    Paige says:

    Oooh, I’d probably make some little pouches and fabric buckets with those neon fabrics!

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    Emilee says:

    I am thinking some patchwork pillows!

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    Jana says:

    I have a customer who asked me to make a pink bag. I have really been dragging my feet because pink is not my favorite, but when I saw this pink on the linen I fell in love! I can think of a lot of projects to use that on.

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    Stephanie C. says:

    I’d love a great clutch out of those neons!

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    Marty says:

    Well, I think I would give it to my granddaughter who is 10 and learning to sew. Perfect for her.

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    kaydee says:

    These fabrics are GREAT! I would have such a hard time deciding what to make though…maybe some zippered pouches for gifts (Christmas is coming!!!) or maybe some pillows or a cute little bag or even a tiny little doll quilt! So many ideas.

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    Janell says:

    neon zipper pouches! thanks for the chance.

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    Karen Rabadan says:

    Wow, those neon prints are great>

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    Karen Rabadan says:

    Absolutely love the neons

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    Pkmegs says:

    Make some pouches for thank you gifts.

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    Sarah says:

    These are gorgeous – such fun colors and such beautiful fabric!

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    Kristin W. says:

    Oh my! I’d make myself a cute neon lap quilt for the office. Thanks for the giveaway!

  129. 131
    Brooke says:

    These are so cute! I love the idea someone gave about fabric buckets!

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    Tamie says:

    I’d use this bundle for a bag. I’d be right on trend for one of the first times in my life.

  131. 133
    Laura Grabow says:

    I have been a fan of Jones and Vandermeer for some time. Love the neons and thank you for the contest.

  132. 134
    Jessica says:

    I would love to make a plus quilt out of those fabrics.

  133. 135
    Jessica says:

    Oh these fabrics are so perfect for a new sleep over bag for my 7 year old little girl! Neon colored items are the new hot thing in school aged kids these days. My so. And daughter bot are all into the neon stuff!
    Thanks for the chance, Jessica

  134. 136
    Michelle says:

    I love the neon with the linen look.. so refreshing! I am thinking they would make a cute back pack for my grand daughter. And I am sure there would be enough for me to make a zipper tote to take my keys and cell phone when I’m going to meetings. OOh, and a mug rug!

    Thanks for the chance to win.

  135. 137
    Diane says:

    Thanks for introducing Jones and Vandermeer. I would use the neon fabrics to make fabric baskets and zipper pouches. Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Lesa McMahon says:

    I think they would add some really cute flair to an apron. πŸ™‚

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    karen says:

    Notebook covers! That’s what I thought when I first saw these fabrics

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    Sarah says:

    These would make a cute summer hat or picnic tote!

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    Jessie K. says:

    I would make a small bag for make up. The colors are so exciting! Thanks for the giveaway

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    Deairdre Miller says:

    I have a new pattern that uses fat quarters I am itching to make!

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    Judy Cinerari says:

    These gorgeous Jones & Vandermeer neons are crying out to be made into a vibrant, modern cot quilt.

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    Beth T. says:

    I think those would make very fun napkins!

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    Jade says:

    I think these amazing fabrics would find their way into a fun tote bag. I absolutely love them!!!

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    Cathi Pedersen says:

    Oh, those neons look like so much fun. What would I make? I am not sure, but I am leaning toward a bag or basket. I’ll decide once I get to feel it and scrunch it. Thanks for the delightful giveaway.

  145. 147

    i think some neon baby bibs and a carry bag would be fab in the vibrant brights. i’m quite taken by these lovely bold prints on subtle linen

  146. 148
    Julie A. says:

    Wow — Love these fabrics!! I would use some for a bag that carries my supplies to quilt class and the other I would definitely make a small throw quilt. Thanks

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    Jackie says:

    Love the colors! Would most likely make a table runner πŸ™‚

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    Laurie Churchill says:

    Love those neons and the ribbons. Great variety of textiles. I look forward to checking out their yarns.

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    AMY C says:

    They are begging to become some fun outdoor picnic table mats and napkins I say!!!

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    Patti says:

    I know a couple of newborn twin girls that could use some accessories made with that sweet fabric!

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    Denise says:

    I would l

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    Denise says:

    I can see some little girl pinafores jumpers with this lovely fabric

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    Abby says:

    Definitely a baby quilt.

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    Laura says:

    Those fabrics are brightening my dreary, rainy, cold fall day. I would make a small quilted purse for spring.

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    Asmita says:

    Gosh, they are fabulous! I think definitely a bag for my five year old. And a pillow cover. They are so so pretty!

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    Jeannie says:

    I might use them for a tablet sleeve or a bag or a quilt….too many possibilities.

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    Jolanda says:

    Such fun fabrics! I think my daughter would be very happy if I made here a messenger bag.

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    cynthia says:

    They’d make great festive napkins!

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    Fran says:

    I’d love to make some cushion/pillow covers with these gorgeous fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win.

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    Mary says:

    Tote bag–such cute fabrics!

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    Cynthia T. says:

    How cute! I agree with you, I love the neon with the linen background. I would sew up a couple of little make up bags for my daughter.

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    Cheryl says:

    I would make a baby quilt and some oven mitts if I won.

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    Karen says:

    wow – just the intro to this shop was a huge gift – I’ve already ordered some Yuwa Suzuko Koseki fabric! I think I would use this bundle to make some adorable softies for my granddaughter – the colors are perfect to embellish and just make me smile. thanks again for the amazing intro!!!!!!

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    Megan says:

    A tote bag for sure!

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    Pattij says:

    I’d love to make a large tote bag! Love this fabric!!!

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    Marianne says:

    I think I’d make a baby quilt!

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    Betty says:

    I would make a tablet cover. It would be really cool!!!

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    Sylvia @ colorfullydistracted says:

    Those neon prints are fun. I have a new grandbaby (born about a month after Hazel) and so I’m thinking those would make some fun baby items, a tote, pillow…

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    Shelley Parham says:

    I’d use them with florals for a baby girl quilt. Great fabrics!

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    PT in SC says:

    I have a niece that would love anything made from this bright fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win.

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    Deb says:

    I would definitely make something for my granddaughter. WOW, love those fabrics!

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    kathy h says:

    Beautiful. I would make a small play mat for my granddaughter. She loves the dots in any prints (paper or fabric). She would love to see those fabrics. ANd while she is lying on the mat , I would enjoy looking at it too!

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    gina says:

    I have a granddaughter who is a neon child. She is bright and lite up a room. I could see a little lap quilt for her

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    Susan says:

    Oh, great fabrics! I just got a cute little bag pattern called Suzy’s Sack…these fabrics would be perfect for that!

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    Michele Van Epps says:

    My daughter loves brights. I would make something for her.

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    Darci says:

    I Want to make a dress for my daughter but a fat quarter it’s not enough. so maybe I would make sleep mask for when I travel

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    Kit Little says:

    Could use these to include in some finishes!

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    Elizabeth says:

    I obsessed with many bags of all kinds so I would saw up some tote bags.

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    Ashley M says:

    I’m thinking a fabric box -thanks

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    Cheryl L. says:

    Those fabrics are amazing! I have two granddaughters that would love neon anything that I would make for them. I think wide headband/earwarmers would be a great start!

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    rosa says:

    A bag,wallet and a scarf for my neons.Beautiful fabrics!!

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    Jo Wat says:

    Oooh, a bright little purse would be perfect out these. Just love the contrast of the natural and neon!!!

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    tara says:

    I’d make a diaper clutch for quick trips out with my little guy. Love the neon and linen combo!

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    I am looking for some unique fabric to start my Marcelle Medallion quilt. This looks good. I have purchased from Jones and VanderMeer before. Great service. Fast Shipping.

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    Ruth says:

    I’d be making a wristlet for my daughter, she’s been nagging for one, and she’d love the neons.

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    Dawn says:

    Oh lovely! Not the traditional white background for dots.

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    Suzanne McFadden says:

    I’m thinking of a very cool Dresden quilt. What a great shop! I’m in love with the Alexander HenrynDimitrious and Martine fabrics!

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    Beth says:

    I would make library bags for the grandkids – they would love those neon colors!

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    Diane S says:

    I would make some Mug Rugs to make the mornings cheery. Fun Colors

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    Linda Nelson says:

    I think some cute patchwork zipper pouches would be in order with this fabric!

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    Debbie Bell says:

    love the fabric for lots of things cosmetic bag and travel bags bright and cute!

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    Patty D says:

    What great fabric. I always make some little gifts for christmas like zip bags – this would be fun to use.

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    Linda Mc says:

    What fun girlie neon prints! Maybe totes or bags for my granddaughters. They would be thrilled!

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    Erin M says:

    Some little skirts for my daughter would be perfect! Maybe a Sally Dress πŸ™‚

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    Garilyn says:

    Maybe a fun patchwork skirt for my daughter!

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    Donna W says:

    I am so into bags. So, I would have to use the fabric for a bag!

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    Manette Gutterman says:

    I would make a lovely quilt to add a pop of color to a room!

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    Beth says:

    What a lovely selection. The Liberty of London is my favorite. Wish I could see them all in person.

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    Jillmc says:

    Great fabric shop! Love the selection of ribbons. The neon/polka dots would be used for a happy pinwheel quilt for children’s charity….

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    Ella says:

    I’d make a new bag! I can always use a new one, the brighter, the better!

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    Sheena Mawson says:

    I would love to use this to make new bunting for my daughter’s room and for photography backdrops!

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    AngieSue says:

    Pre-teens LOVE neon. I would make mine a little backpack/rucksack for her gym clothes. She’d love it.

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    Ronnie Wassill says:

    I’m thinking bags, pouches, electronic gadgetry like ipad or laptop covers, etc. Love to expand the fabric stash every chance I get!

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    Annette says:

    A great looking bag with the top fabrics.

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    Krista Hynds says:

    I LOVE these neons! I would love to make a reversible cross body bag that goes from check to dots! The contrast on the tan linen is so unique!
    Who doesn’t love a dose of bright ?!? Great finds for sure!

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    Amy says:

    Those fabrics would look great as a nice, big tote! Thanks for the giveaway! amy @ gasudimack(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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    Michele B says:

    I thinks it would make a wonderful picnic blanket with such fun colors!

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    Fran says:

    I have a sew cute pattern for a diaper cover with ruffles on the bum. fran.daoust@yahoo.com

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    Anna says:

    A nappy bag for an up and coming baby!

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    Noga says:

    Lovely fabrics! I’ll use them to make a baby quilt or a bag

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    Julie says:

    Patchwork tote, no doubt about it. Those fabulous neons are just asking to carry my stuff around and make me look awesome! They’re gorgeous, I love them so much – thanks for the giveaway chance!

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    Sonja Doyle says:

    These are glorious fabrics. I can see so many options for these fabrics; a quilt, curtains for my 5 year old daughter’s room.

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    Emma says:

    Love!! I can see these fabrics being used in bags or pouches. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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    Jacki Owens says:

    My next project will probably be a liberated churn dash quilt. This line would look great in said quilt πŸ™‚

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    Susan G says:

    I’d make my nieces Christmas present…a quilted trifold cross over wallet..and a few other gifty goodies.

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    Janice says:

    The colors are wonderful for the wonky blocks I would like to make.

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    Dawn says:

    Linen and cotton makes me think cloth napkins. That would be fun and save a few more trees!

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    Lisa Rumsey says:

    Just picked up a pattern for fabric buckets …. Think these would be perfect for them!

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    Diane says:

    I would make a table runner for the rec room table!

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    Patty says:

    I think the fabrics would make a great fun bag.

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    Tabitha says:

    I think the neons would make a cute tote bag

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    Amy says:

    I’m working on a fall themed quilt – the yellow would add a great POP of color.

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    bdaiss says:

    How fun! Love the neons! I’m torn between some new fun pants for my girl (who now refuses her jeans) and another fun quilt. Her birthday is coming! Thanks for the chance.

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    Marisa says:

    Oh u would make some stuffed bat plushies of course !! Love the neon.

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    Lili says:

    I love those neons! I’d love to use them to make a really traditional block with a fluro twist!

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    Rachel says:

    I think those fabrics would make some super cute dresses for my baby girl, although perhaps I’d need more. A fun skirt would be cute, too.

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    Melissa says:

    I would make some drawstring bags for gifts or cute zippy pouches! Thank you for the chance to win!

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    lag110@mchsi.com says:

    I see a quilted tote in my future.

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    Sally says:

    Well, a totebag would be a must,and if I had enough, a picnic quilt to match! So fun! Thanks for sharing, Ashley!

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    Linda says:

    Great neons! Would make a bright and cheery springtime wall hanging and kindle cover.

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    Sharla T says:

    I would love to make some fabric baskets for my night stand, those colors are just so pretty

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    Shauna says:

    Love those colors, I think I would make a bag with them.

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    Colleen says:

    These fabrics are fun! I’d like to make cool placemats and napkins. The Jones & Vandermeer website has lots of great fabric and yarn, too!
    Love it.

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    Lea says:

    I am not sure what I would do with them but they are beautiful.

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    Gwendellyn says:

    Ooh, these are so gorgeous! I can see why you’re at a little bit of a loss πŸ™‚ I think I’d make a cushion out of them β™₯β™₯

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    Margie says:

    I love the neons … thanks for introducing me to this great site.

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    Melanie says:

    Hi, I would make a flying geese quilt. I love seeing lots of geese in different fabrics flying over a quilt top. Thanks for the offer.

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    Shannon says:

    I’d make a baby blocks quilt.

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    Bernadine Kringel says:

    The fabric would be great for some cute tote bags. Thanks for the opportunity —

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    Andrea says:

    These would be perfect for zipper pouches or tissue cases. Thanks for the chance!

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    Margaret says:

    I’d make a case for my new ipad mini and some zipper pouches.

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    Sue says:

    I would probably make some cute little clutches! I haven’t made any in a while so it would be fun to get back to making them!

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    Anne Mc says:

    I checked out their website. ON my wishlist is the Heather Ross Nursery Patchwork. It will go with my Briar Rose fabric

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    Noelle says:

    I think I would make zipper pouches for my daughters classmates – for the holiday xchange.

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    Adrianne says:

    Gasp! These are gorgeous. I think I’d use them to make a simple tote bag. Less is more and all that… Thanks for the chance to win!

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    CJ says:

    Beautiful fabrics! I have been thinking about homelessness a lot lately. I would use them to make a house-themed quilt to raffle or auction to support affordable housing efforts in my city.

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    Denise says:

    The neons would make some fun Easter Basket liners!

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    barbara woods says:

    Beautiful fabric, thanks for the chance

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    I would make some awesome doll clothes! Those are amazing fabrics!

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    Rhonda Desgranges says:

    I would make a tote. Thanks for the chance.

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    maureen says:

    Nothing but beautiful…Love them all…A zippered pouch perhaps

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    Kristen says:

    Love, love, love these! And I love the shop too!

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    Jams says:

    I love those fabrics! I’d use them to make travel/makeup bags for me and friends!

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    Jill says:

    Ooh these neon’s are awesome!! I don’t have any plans for them either, but the wheels are turning!! What a great giveaway.

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    Lizzie says:

    Well, I’ve spent the morning working on one of Ayumi Takahashi’s covered lunch totes, using some other nice printed linen, so I need a refill of pretty linen! Plus this bag is about to be given away to a knitter, and I realize I sorely want one for myself!!

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    Sash says:

    Those neons are so pretty! I’ve been inspired to learn how to make some hexies and I think they be fab in neon, and then I’d use them to embellish a dress for my Miss!

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    Pam C says:

    I am working on another breast cancer quilt. These would look lovely in that.

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    elsa says:

    I’d make some cute pillows for my niece who’s 10 year old ~ she loves that kind of fabric!!!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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    These would make some great little buckets for storing pretty bows in!