25 December 2011

End of the Year Giveaway!!!

For the last week of the year I wanted to go out with a BANG! So, I'm giving away 20 Fat Quarters! I'm not sure what line this is from but it was so much fun! Very bright and cheery, just what is in order for these next few cold winter months ahead. Along with the fat quarters I am also going to give the winner a $40 discount on the quilting....if he/she chooses to send it to me to have it quilted. You'll get 20 fat quarters and you'll get the quilt top quilted for the cost of stitching only! This is an incredible savings and I can't wait to see what these beautiful fabrics become!


This giveaway is simple too!

All you have to do is:
Leave me a comment and tell me what you would do with this fabric if you won! 
And...if you want a second chance, you can follow me.....then leave me a comment. 
If you already follow me...then blog about my giveaway.
 
That's it! No long list of to-dos or anything else.
SO....that's it! Also, I will use the random generator to pick the lucky number.  

The number will be picked on January 1st at 10pm PST! I can get it in the mail to you as soon as I get your address. 

Good Luck and Happy Sewing this New Year!! 



156 comments:

  1. I'd give it to my daughter Abby because she is becoming such a great seamstress, and I know she'd make something fabulous :-)

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  2. I am a follower. I blogged about it today at:

    http://new2quilting.blogspot.com/2011/12/we-can-do-it-skill-builder-block-20.html

    Good luck everybody. This is a great giveaway! Whohoo, Nichol!

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  3. I would make a modified version of Amanda Murphy's pattern Garden Jewels with it. Her pattern calls for .5 yds of 11 fabrics. I think the 20 FQs in this giveaway would look awesome. Thanks for the chance to win. Happy new year!

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  4. Proud to become your follower...thanks for being so generous the day after Christmas...sorry brain is too scrambled right after Christmas to say what I would do with it...probably just use it as eye-candy for a little while. I don't care for winter so I am already thinking about spring.

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  5. I would make a tumbler quilt for my niece (she will be born in February!), beautiful fabric choices!!

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  6. Oh wow!!! This is a cheery and happy bundle... I would make my aunt a quilt for her 80th birthday in February. Thanks for the chance!!

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  7. I am already a follower! Yay!

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  8. I would make a Thousand Pyramids quilt.

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  9. I follow you in my Google Reader

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  10. I want to make a 'Garden Fence' quilt and these FQ's would be perfect!

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  11. A pinwheel quilt for my daughter! Love the colors!

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  12. I posted this on facebook! Hope to win!!!!
    Cass

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  13. Thanks for a chance to win. Humm if I won I would make a quilt of course. My goal is to make 12 in 2012 so you know that can add up quickly so a chance to win some fabric and have a discount on your beautiful quilting to me is like a WIN WIN!!!

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  14. I would have to have the fabric in my hot little hands first then have fun deciding what to make.:)

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  15. I'd fondle it for a bit and think about what to use it for. I have to see the fabric first and then dream! Thank you for a chance to win. :-)

    {PS I tweeted your giveaway :-)

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  16. Oh I'm craving those spring colors during the winter! I'd make a quilt for my screened porch - something cottagey and cuddly for summer evenings. VermontPines@aol.com

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  17. I think I would make something springy for our dining room with this set. So bright and happy! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  18. These fabrics might make their way into a charity quilt for a child in a shelter. Thanks and Happy New Year!

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  19. I would attempt at making my first REAL quilt...then I would probably give the quilt to my baby sister as a birthday present. She loves bright colors.

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  20. I am already a follower, so I blogged about this post. Happy Late Christmas and Happy New Year!

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  21. Pretty, I would probaly make string blocks.

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  22. I'm a old follower so I will post on my blog. Happy New Year

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  23. HAPPILY FOLLOWING YOU!
    HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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  24. OH,I WOULD MAKE A CHEERY QUILT FOR SURE!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

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  25. This would work so lovely for the 'Made in Cherry' 2012 quilt along over at Pins and Bobbins.

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  26. I would either make a Zig Zag quilt or a table and place mats set.

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  27. I would make a tumbler quilt for the family! Thanks for the chance. Love, love, love the color! It would be the perfect material to use to brighten up the house!

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  28. I would love to make a quilt for my 4-year-old niece out of this fabric - so cheery! Thanks for the chance!

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  29. I'm in need of making something for my sister. I bet this would brighten her house wonderfully!

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  30. I'm a new follower. . thanks to someone blogging about your giveaway. I've looked at a few of your past posts and I can't wait to see what you come up with next.

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  31. I'd make a round pillow with several varieties of fabric. :-) Thanks for the opportunity to win!

    Margaret
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    margeincharge(at)gmail(dot)com

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  32. A sweet teacher at my school just had a baby girl, these sure would be pretty in a quilt top!
    :-}pokey

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  33. That's beautiful! I think it would make a fun summer quilt...and I love the variety of colors!

    Thanks for a chance to win.

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  34. These are such bright a pretty colors, I would probably make a quilt for one of my three best friends, all turning 60 in 2012!

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  35. I'm a new follower-thanks for a chance to win.
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net
    http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com

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  36. I don't quilt; however, I do make tote bags, walker bags, pillows, and wheelchair bags for my group, World of Charity Stitching and I would share the fabric (if I win) with some of the members who make the lap quilts for us-the quilts are donated to a senior citizen center, a Ronald McDonald House, and a domestic violence shelter.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net
    http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com

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  37. I have posted about your giveaway on my blog.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net
    http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com

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  38. I realized as I was doing Christmas sewing that I have lots of juvenile prints and lots of adult prints but I have a group of 8-12 year old granddaughters and not a lot of fabric that interested them. These fat quarters would be just the ticket for a quilt, bag, or pillowcase. So bright and cheery, just like them. Thanks.

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  39. I follow your blog but I don't have one of my own.

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  40. Me! Me!! Pick me! I'll make a quilt with it, and if you quilt it for me, it might ACTUALLY get finished!!!

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  41. I would make a quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway! Happy New Year!

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  42. I'm following you. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  44. Blogged here - http://loveitsewit.blogspot.com/2011/12/bang.html

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  45. I'm a new follower! What beautiful fabrics. ;->

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  46. I'd make myself a cozy quilt. Usually when I finish a quilt, I give it away. This fabric bundle has a lot of pink, I'd keep this for me. ;-> Thanks for being so generous.

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  47. Thank for the lovely fabric giveaway!
    I will make a quilt or a patchwork projects if I win.

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  48. What a wonderful giveaway! I would make a snuggle quilt for my DD who loves bright and happy. :-) Thanks for the fun!

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  49. I'm a happy follower! Thanks for the chances!

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  50. Thank you for the beautiful giveaway! I would love to have fabrics like this to make something with. So generous!

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  51. I am your newest follower! I look forward to getting to know you.

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  52. i would make a turning twenty that I can use here at home. We had a few of our quilts get ruined when my whole house had to be put in storage. So a fresh new one would be awesome:) Thank you so much for the giveaway!!!

    Ann Flowers
    flowerscrazyq@gmail.com

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  53. I would make it into a charity quilt to auction at a FEB 10th fundraiser for a nurse where I work who recently had a severe stroke. We're all pitching in different things to raffle at the dinner! I'm so proud of the way we have come together as a unit to support each other this year!

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  54. If I won, I would give this to my sister, who has all the sewing talent, and she would make something wonderful. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  55. Oooh, I would make this into a cool quilt that I saw the pattern for...it's an Amanda Murphy quilt called Garden Paths - those fabulous fabrics look perfect for it! Thanks for hosting such an awesome giveaway!

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  56. I have been looking for some brights for a star quilt along that I am joining, these look perfect for that project!

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  57. I'm not sure what I'd make with these 20 FQs, but they look so pretty all stacked and tied together!

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  58. Well I will try again sister. Pick me!!! I want the bright fun fabric for a quiltie of course.

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  59. I am a regular follower. I blogged about your giveaway today at http://maxinegiveaways.blogspot.com/2011/12/giveaway-at-desert-quilter-fat-quarters.html

    Thanks, Nichol. Have a great new year!

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  60. I would probably make a lying geese pattern of some sort. I would definitely let you quilt it for me! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  61. Definitely looks like a quilt top for one of my Grand daughters.

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  62. Make a quilt of course!!!! Those colors just scream girly girl quilt & I have just the sweet young thing in mind. Love it when I have fabric & have to go looking for a pattern. Hope I win so I can go looking! Thanks for the chance.

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  63. I am a follower of Desert Quilter. Thanks for the chance to win some awesome fabric - love the colors!

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  64. I would sew some room shoes and maybe a bag.

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  65. I would make my granddaughter a new quilt with them! She is getting her own room and these would look so nice as a quilt to go in her new room!

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  66. i love bright happy colors like this :) just too fun- they would become a quilt for a teacher!

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  67. Love the colors! I'd make my daughter a snuggle quilt. :)

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  68. My sister is getting married in a month and I would love to make her a quilt for her new life.

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  69. Wow, a fantastic GiveawaY!
    I love the colours of the fabric, perfect for the new patchwork cushions I want to makE!

    Hugs,
    Laurita

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  70. This is bright, cheerful fabric. I would use it in a quilt.

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  71. Those wonderful fabrics would make such happy Loving Hands quilts. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your great giveaway!

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  72. I would make all kinds of things, a quilt, some smaller crafts like a jewelry pouch, etc.

    @pril
    KoolBeenz-blog.blogspot.com
    For-the-Love-of-Pie.blogspot.com

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  73. I'd definitely make a quilt for a friend who's coming to visit me in April...i think she's love the fabrics. thanks!

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  74. I just became one of your followers.

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  75. I have a new granddaughter due in April. I think I'd use some of these for items for her....a sun dress, booties, a car quilt? Possibilities are endless!

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  76. WOW! Kathy mentioned your giveaway on her blog and she was right these fabrics are so gorgeous! I have no idea what I'd do that would do them justice! I'm still new to quilting but I think I'd like to try a Jacob's Ladder or Xs and Os.

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  77. There is a new grandbaby due to arrive next year and everyone is hoping for a girl. I think that stack of bright and fun fabric would make a wonderful baby quilt.

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  78. my 6 year old daughter just got a sewing machine for Christmas, and this stack would become her 'stash'!! thanks for a chance!!!

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  79. If I was lucky enough to win I would make a quilt for my son's girlfriend's 21st Birthday, many thanks xx

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  80. I would make a fabulous spring quilt with that yummy bundle!

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  81. i blogged the giveaway, and i'm already a follower!! http://www.craftytammie.com/p/giveaways.html

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  82. What a pretty, pretty pile! I'd definitely be working these into a quilt ... maybe a baby nine patch?? I just finished a quilt and am dreaming up my next one so the possibilities are endless.

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  83. So pretty, bright and cherry. And so many possibilities. These could be a quilt or a patchwork bag or put a few together for a little girls' skirt. Fun!!

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  84. What a wonderful giveaway; those fabrics are so cheerful! I'd make a quilt for my daughter...she would really get into the bright colors.

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  85. I would totally make a quilt with that fabric. :)

    Mary
    iammaryburke @ gmail.com

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  86. I am a follower

    Mary
    iammaryburke @ gmail.com

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  87. That fun fabric looks like Modern Workshop to me! I'd quilt with this, but I'm not sure what pattern... maybe a confetti quilt? :)

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  88. I follow you and linked up your giveaway at http://www.craftbuds.com/giveaway-roundup/

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  89. Awesome! I would make a quilt and maybe some clutches! Great giveaway!

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  90. I would make some kind of scrappy, wonky star-themed quilt with these beautiful fabrics! Thanks for the chance to win such an awesome prize!

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  91. I am a new follower through GFC - Thanks for the extra chance to win!

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  92. I would love to sew bags. happy new year

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  93. This is a wonderful bundle and I would for sure use it to make a quilt for my second daughter. This year I plan at least 3 quilt finishes and hers is one of them :)

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  94. Love the colors! I would let my creative juices flow until I choose a pattern for the quilt top.

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  95. I have so many baby gifts to make so I would love some fabric to help me out. I am aiming to make bibs, burp clothes, and little blankies.

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  96. I think some pillows would be nice

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  97. I think it would made a nice quilt top. Trish

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  98. I am a new follower :) Thanks for the inspiration!!

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  99. I love this bright and cheery fabric! In my sitting room in front of the fireplace, I have a small love seat where I love to sit and read... this fabric would make a fabulous throw quilt!! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  100. Well, I would love to make a baby quilt for my best friend. But I could also use it to make a new cover for my kitchenaid :)

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  101. Ok, just added you to my follow list :)

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  102. I would make a quilt for my daughter; I'm just not sure which pattern I'd use. Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  103. I'm a new follower
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  104. I'd make baby quilts!

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

    Katina
    kjkoukla(athotmail....

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  105. I think this fabric make a beautiful quilt! What gorgeous colors!! Thanks for a chance to win! :)

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  106. I would make a tote bag and lap quilt.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOt)com

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  107. What a lovely giveaway! I would love to use it to make a quilted purse or perhaps a lap quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  108. I would love the fabric to make a quilt for my daughter. Great colors!

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  109. I'd use it for quilts for World of Charity Stitching!

    Dona

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  110. Definitely I would use it to make a quilt, but no idea which one!

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  111. I need a daughter. Making a girly quilt to break up the boy blue explosion in my house, complete with every kind of truck and tool, might actually lure a girl into our family.??.

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  112. I would make a quilt. A zigzag quilt might look good with these fabric colors. Thanks for the chance.

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  113. Such a pretty stack of fabric! I really want to make a bargello quilt and these fabrics would be fun to use! Thanks!

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  114. How wonderful! I love the colors. I am getting ready to do a block of the month that takes a fat quarter bundle this would be beautiful! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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