Thursday, July 23, 2015

scraps {giveaway}

I've been cleaning out and organizing my sewing room like a mad woman these last few days. I sorted through my fabric, ribbons, notions, and many sewing supplies I no longer knew I had, ooops :). I even found a new super fun way to store a huge supply of zippers I've managed to accumulate in the last few years (I'll share more on that later).


As I kept sorting and cleaning I realized it was time to let some things go. So I grabbed large priority flat rate box and stuffed it full of these lovely scraps, which I still like but in all honesty I know I have no time to put them to good use.

So, what do you say? Would you like to win this pile scrappy goodness? Leave me a comment saying what your favorite scrappy project is and Mr. Random and I will choose the winner tomorrow morning.

Thank you all. The giveaway is now closed. 

Please note, this giveaway is for US addresses only (sorry about that but international shipping rates are so very high :( ).

Have a lovely day, friends. Svetlana

145 comments:

  1. Oh, gosh. A chance to snag some of Svetlana's scraps? I am delirious at the thought!!

    I love to make scrappy wristlet bags -- all sizes, all shapes. I especially love selecting just the right pair of 2" x 2" scraps to cover the ends of the zipper, picking out the ones that complement/contrast with whatever fun zipper color I'm using.

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  2. Scrappy quilts and bags of course!

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  3. Lovely scraps! Lately I've gone through mine and I've done some scrappy projects :) Like these door stops:
    http://mirincondemariposas.blogspot.com.es/2015/07/pesos-para-puertas-mini-tuto.html

    Thanks for the giveaway, I can't enter 'cause I'm from Spain.

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  4. These would be great for a scrappy quilt, 9-patch maybe :) Thanks for the giveaway!

    Lsumida at yahoo dot com

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  5. My favorite scrappy project is making infant jackets with matching berets!

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  6. Love those scrappy quilts ! Thanks for the giveaway..

    dollsem1@frontier.com

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  7. Scrappy zippy pouches, pillows and quilts of course. Your scraps look amazing! It's always funny how others scraps look so much better than your own! Thanks for the chance to win! Shopgirl7232 at yahoo dot com

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  8. I am about to stay a scrappy king sized quilt! I also like to use them for applique on kids clothes.

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  9. Just randomly sewing the scraps together and see what happens!

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  10. When the scraps are big enough, doll clothes! Otherwise, I'm working up the nerve to try improv patchwork!

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  11. Look like great scraps! I want to make a string star quilt next. :)

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  12. Can you say pin cushions! And I love the idea of 9 patch!!
    Thank you for the give away! amattsen3@yahoo.com

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  13. I just finished two crazy quilts using the templates from Missouri Star and am addicted to these blocks. I want to make more! Gosh, those scraps would come in handy.

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  14. Oh so many lovely scraps! Pillows! I love to use scraps to complement a quilt.

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  15. I like to do Plus quilts. My friend and I challenged each other to make charity quilts this summer using our scrap fabric and scrap batting!

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  16. Ooooooo... A wonderful pile of fun delivered in a box! Could there be anything more wonderful?!? I doubt it! I love making pieced pot holders and would be so delighted to have some new bits and pieces to work with. I really enjoy your blog and you inspire more creativity in my sewing. Thanks!

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  17. Hand-pieced 1" hexies are my favorite scrappy project! Thank you for the chance!

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  18. I love all your quilts, so I'm guessing I would love all your scraps!!! Right now I am into scrappy HST's and hexagons. Thanks! gigiv13@gmail.com

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  19. What a wonderful giveaway! Fabric scraps are good for so many projects! I would make a funky quilt with random sized hst's:) Those are some beautiful prints!!

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  20. My daughter's 9th birthday is coming up in September. I always handmake and stuff her pinata as well as all the gift bags for the girls -- I refuse to waste money on plastic junk that goes straight into the trash/landfill when the kids get home. I could definitely upcycle these scraps into some rockin' gift bags for this year's celebration :)

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  21. Oh, this is lovely! I am getting ready to cut up some scraps and make some throws for my brother and his wife to carry with them as they seek medical treatment for my newborn nephew.

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  22. Gosh, that's quite a selection of pretty scraps! I think I would make lots of little pouches and, like the Clever Clementine, my pouches would also have to have colourful tabs on the ends of the zips! I love your blog, you are such an inspiration. Barbara xx. PS. I hope your kitten has settled in well! Have a lovely weekend.

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  23. I love scrappy projects of all sorts! I have made many wonky log cabin quilts from scraps so maybe they are my favorite. Your scraps are beautiful, thanks for the chance to win!

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  24. I love small patchwork projects with little squares - needlebooks and coasters and zippy pouches. Thanks!

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  25. I love scrappy quilts! I'm currently working on a scrappy english paper pieced diamond quilt and a scrapy wonky log cabin quilt and am quickly running low on scraps...

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  26. Love scrappy quilts so much! The wonkier the better.

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  27. Scraps = so much more fun than yardage. Ever since I discovered the quilt-as-you-go technique, I can't stop !! No itty-bitty piece of fabric is safe at my house. A chance to play with your leftover scraps would be a thrilling adventure.

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  28. I always love the way you do scrappy :) I love scrappy bags... Scrappy quilts... Scrappy pillows... Turns out I'm a fan of scrappy :)

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  29. I would make the beginnings of a postage stamp quilt!!

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  30. Your readers are a great inspiration - wristlets, charity quilts, reusable gift bags - so many uses for scraps! I am currently using 2.5" squares that I've cut from my scraps to make quilts; I have one top completed and another is on it's way. However, I'm also collecting strings to do a string quilt with; thanks to beth for reminding me that I also want to make a scrappy string star quilt! Hmm, I'm also going to have to use some scraps as matching or contrasting tabs for a zipper since I have several that I'm itching to use on bags (perhaps a wristlet to start my zipper journey?). Can't wait to see how you're organizing your zippers!

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  31. Count me in! I love scraps from another quilter. Always so fun to look at and use! I am interested in seeing what you did with your zippers.

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  32. A scrappy quilt!! I have been researching a diamond quilt block!

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  33. Scrappy pincusions in all different shapes.

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  34. Quilt as you go bags! I have 4 daughters!

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  35. I love quilts! And the scrappier the better! This would be awesome to win!

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  36. I'm with Clever Clementine! I'd LOVE some of the master's scraps :-) My favorite project for scraps is EPP. It's a great way to really get to enjoy prints you love, since you spend soo much time on EPP projects... I also love to use little tiny bits for creating 'pictures' and pouches (http://pursuingjoy.blogspot.com/2014/12/fun-finish.html)

    Thanks for the chance to win ~ Tracy

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  37. A scrappy spider web quilt! Love the scraps and thank you for the chance to win:)

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  38. i love making scrap quilts, thanks for the chance

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  39. My fave is putting together random squares with the larger ones and combining with solids.

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  40. I love making slab quilts like "the Missing U" from Sunday Morning Quilts. I'd also like to try the Scrap Vortex quilt by Crazy Mom Quilts. Thanks for the chance at the scraps!

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  41. I haven't sewn a whole lot but so far my favorite scrappy project is the QAYG pouch tutorial you posted awhile back. :)

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  42. Scrappy pillows covers. My sofa has never looked better.
    Looking forward to idea for storing zippers..

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  43. Don't enter me in the giveaway--as I am thinking of doing the very same thing! Looking forward to seeing your zipper storage idea. I have mine in ziplock bags by size but I don't find that very efficient. Yay for getting organized.

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  44. Scrap quilts, bright baby blankets, my mind is full of ideas. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  45. I haven't sewn a whole lot but so far my favorite scrappy project is the QAYG pouch tutorial you posted awhile back. :)

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  46. I haven't sewn a whole lot but so far my favorite scrappy project is the QAYG pouch tutorial you posted awhile back. :)

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  47. Right now I'm into making scrappy zipper pouches and your scraps would be so fun to use! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  48. Oh, I love scraps! So many uses...applique, fabric collages, 2.5 in squares for a future quilt, patches on clothing, pattern weights, etc. etc., etc. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  49. I am loving to do string piecing!

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  50. I LOVE a scrappy Log Cabin quilt! I am working right now on one with browns and creams...yum!
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    triciasagen@netscape.net

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  51. I would live to receive a bag of scraps from you. I would make a plus quilt for my son.

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  52. What a treasure! I love to make HSTs and then see what happens!

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  53. I love all things scrappy! The more fabrics in a project, the better in my world! Right now I'm working on a scrappy bag and also some scrappy hexies and enjoying both so much. :D

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  54. Love scraps! I'm working on a log cabin quilt with scraps. Would love to win to win your scraps!!!

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  55. It seems like most of my projects are scrappy. Keeps the chaos in the sewing room under control.

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  56. I have some bags to make on my agenda. First a kindle bag followed by a couple of ID holders with coordinating library bags for the grand children and the a few other baglettes for some friends for Christmas. I've neglected my blog as of late since life has been really busy. Hoping to post soon too come August.

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  57. oh my, yes, I would love to win these!! I like ALL scrappy projects, but I am saving my scraps for two projects in particular: a "scrap vomit" quilt and a scrappy value checkerboard postage stamp style quilt. Thanks for the chance!!

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  58. happy birthday (belated!!) from down under :) Emily x

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  59. What a treasure! I love to make HSTs and then see what happens!

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  60. Any Jen Kingwell quilt! Lindafdoyle@verizon.net

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  61. I love using scraps for little zippy pouches!

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  62. Would love to win! I always make quilts from my scraps. Kat @ katandcatquilts.blogspot.com

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  63. Would love to win! I always make quilts from my scraps. Kat @ katandcatquilts.blogspot.com

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  64. A zippered pouch! Thanks for sharing... peks1001(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  65. A scrappy string quilt ... thanks for sharing your scraps...

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  66. It's nice of you to share your scraps and nice to start fresh. I like to make zippy pouches out of scraps - like the Lola!

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  67. Awesome! I love scrappy pillows--I can mix crazy stuff together and somehow it's okay in small doses :)

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  68. I would make a bunch of scrappy zipper pouches!!! Love them. :) Thanks for the chance.

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  69. Right now scraps are coming in handy working with Lori Holt's new book :)

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  70. I make crib quilts to giveaway so scraps are always fun!

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  71. I would LOVE to win some of your scrappy goodness! I have been wanting to make another string quilt and your bright happy scraps would be a wonderful addition.:)

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  72. I like to use bigger scraps in quilt tips (usually cut into squares or triangles) and smaller scraps in bags or zip pouches! Thanks for a chance to win some fun new scraps!

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  73. I love scrappy giveaways! I've never won one, but it's such a fun idea to spread the love. :) I've been working on slabs for a scrap vortex quilt (a la Crazy Mom Quilts), and that's such a fun way to play with scraps!

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  74. Thanks for your generosity. Scraps are always the most fun!

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  75. I'm a scrappy quilter through and through. Would love your scraps!!

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  76. I love to make scrappy quilts. Thanks so much for the opportunity to win!

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  77. I like to use scraps to make string blocks for philanthropy quilts. Thanks for the chance to win. mfhagopian@aol.com

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  78. Little quilts for theNICU unit at my local hospital.

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  79. I like the Scrappy Trip Around the World quilts. :)

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  80. I love to make 9 patch quilts out of cute scraps. They always look awesome. I also love making mini quilts out of cute scraps since a little goes a long way with those!

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  81. Ooooh! would love to win your scraps! I love to make pillows, zippy pouches, & all things scrappy really...is my favorite style! Thanks for the chance! :)

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  82. Please I would love to have your scraps!!!!!

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  83. How fun! I'd love to make some mug rugs! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  84. I love scraps! I keep saving smaller and smaller pieces and I use them for all sorts of paper piecing projects. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  85. ooh those are delicious! scrappy english paper piecing is my current fav, hexies, pluses, diamonds.....

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  86. I would use them for some scrappy bags. I am headed to Ecuador and need to take some gifts!!

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  87. I want to dig into that pile! They would find there way into future quilts. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  88. What a great giveaway! The possibilities are endless. I'm in the process of redecorating my sewing room out of scraps (curtains, machine cover, etc.) but then a new bag/wallet /pouch pattern catches my eye, and my scraps get sidetracked, lol. They're also great for the quilts I donate to the pet shelter. Great practice for me and keeps the pups warm 😊

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  89. Postage stamp!!! Maybe a rainbow one. Ooooh, the possibilities!

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  90. Beautiful pile of scraps!!! I would love to make a Scrappy Trips quilt. Thanks for the fun giveaway!

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  91. I love scrappy pouches and scrappy quilts. Thanks for the great giveaway - I'd love to win your scraps!

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  92. I would lo to make some cute little jelly clasp purses! Thanks for the chance to win some lovely scrappy goodness.

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  93. A scrappy tumbler quilt.

    acdiller@verizon.net

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  94. Ooh Love me some scraps! Great giveaway!

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  95. I can spend endless hours piecing together scraps and creating yardage for pillows and bags

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  96. These scraps would feed my EPP hexagon monster. Thanks for the give away!

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  97. Oooooohhh! I love scraps and use them all the time! I especially love using them right in an EPP star quilt. Thanks for the chance to win some of yours!

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  98. I'm currently making a bow tie quilt these would make an awesome addition! Thanks for the giveaway

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  99. I am doing the scrap vortex quilt along with AmandaJean Nyberg and I am sick of my present scraps....I would love and appreciate any additions to my scrap pile!

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  100. I've been making scrappy epp hexie blocks and also flying geese/mini charm blocks so new scraps would be awesome

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  101. What a cool prize! I'm about to start a Farm Girl Vintage project with scraps (and a few new fat quarters). Ronnicat@hotmail.com.

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  102. I'd love to start a new epp diamonds scrap project!

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  103. I'd love to start a new epp diamonds scrap project!

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  104. I'd love to start a new epp diamonds scrap project!

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  105. I would love to make a scrap vortex pattern But I don't have enough scraps.

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  106. Scrappy quilts are my favorite!

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  107. I love all things scrappy..... the more fabrics the merrier. I don't have a specific pattern that I love. Janita

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  108. I love using scraps for doll quilts.

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  109. There's some great stuff in that pile! I love Noodlehead's Open Wide Zipper Pouch pattern and would love to make some scrappy ones. Thanks for the chance! I look forward to hearing more about your zipper organization. Mine are a mess!

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  110. I love making scrap quilts and mug rugs.

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  111. It would be a scrappy sew together bag for me. One of those ones with four zips.

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  112. I've been wanting to do a quilt from "Sunday Morning Quilts".... These would fit right in....😊

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  113. Love scraps! Like to use them to make tote bags.

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  114. I have two scrappy quilts on my to-do list: Around The World and a string quilt!

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  115. I love squares - scraps make great squares and sometimes triangles so I can make a nine patch of squares but diagonally I put two triangles together to make a sqaure. Half of the nine patch is dark and the other is light. It's really like two half square triangles. I'd love to win the scrap bag.

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  116. I love scraps! My favorite scrappy project is nearly always whatever my current in-hand is...right now it is a diamond SPP, but after that I want to start a plus quilt using that house shape that you have in your header. Thanks for being so generous!

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  117. I like making zipper bags with strips of fabric. I also have a plan to make placemats.

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  118. Wow..love scrappy blocks! Thanks for the chance!

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  119. I would like to make a scrappy slab as the fabric for a tote bag. Thanks for the chance.

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  120. Scrappy quilts, for sure! There's just something about making something beautiful & functional out of leftovers:)

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  121. I love making small scrappy pouches and pillows. If the pieces are big enough, I'll make a few hexies and store them away

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  122. My favorite scrappy project is making quilts. I've been doing a little cleaning a well and it's amazing I've discovered! Kind of like guilt free shopping!

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  123. I would love a chance at some scraps!! thanks!

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  124. Eeeee - scraps are my favourite fabricky thing!! I love making wonky improv with fabric scraps and sew until it tells me what it wants to be!!!

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  125. I would probably horde it all and work it in to my already over-flowing stash bins and use it for my scrappy bee blocks!

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  126. Lately I have been enjoying doing improv piecing, when I just need something low pressure and fun. The resulting fabric has been used in bagsquilts. Thanks for this chance! I love the fabrics you use

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  127. I like to make bibs out of my scraps!!
    Thanks!

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  128. I love to make crazy quilts with scraps! Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.
    Erin
    ErinLoves2Run at gmail dot com

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  129. Scrappy Quilts and Pillows of course! Thanks for a great giveaway. Happy Friday :)

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  130. Wow! I love working with scraps. (I often feel overwhelmed by big pieces of fabric.) I use scraps to dress up fabric baskets, pillows, and quilt

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  131. I would love to do a scrappy log cabin where you make the blocks and then chop them up.

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  132. I just love ironing and sorting them!

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  133. Oh, yes please. These scraps are lovely and would be a great addition to my queen size scrap quilt top. I need a lot of scraps and these would be perfect. Thank you for the chance to win this colorful pile of cloth!

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  134. I participate in do.Good Stitches Nurture Circle and I find that my scraps get used for those blocks very frequently. I also love to make baby quilts going the very scrappy route! I would LOVE to win these!

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  135. I'd love to do a scrap vortex quilt!

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  136. Scrap quilts. Small projects are good too and I just made some scrappy bookmarks from your tutorial. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  137. Right now it is scrappy log cabins, no thinking just straight lines!

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  138. Ooooo hope I am not too late. I LOVE piecing a fabric together from scraps and create a purse or tote
    Ellie
    elliefpw@sbcglobal.net

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  139. When I can't focus, I start just sewing scraps together . Amazing what ends up from doing this small thing! Xo

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  140. A scrappy nine patch quilt!!! renae1225@gmail.com

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  141. I'm working on a scrappy postage stamp quilt! linnea@varner.net

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