Friday, September 4, 2015

good neighbors pincushion {plus a giveaway}

Hello, happy Friday to you all!

Welcome to Pincushion Party celebrating release of AmandaJean's beautiful fabric collection Good Neighbors (available for sale on Sep. 8th) for Connecting Threads.


I've been a fan of Amanda's (crazy mom quilts) gorgeous work for years now. I love how she uses even the smallest scraps and turns them into amazing works of art. Plus, she has an impeccable eye for combining colors which definitely shines through in her new beautiful fabric line.


I love how many small prints are included in the collection as they are perfect for tiny piecing (my HSTs finished at 1.25"). Plus, they come in many colors to choose from.



I went back and forth a lot when deciding on what colors I wanted to use for my pincushion. In the end I chose this limited palette of gray, white, and red which I absolutely adore.


I stuffed this block-y, chunky pincushion with crushed walnut shells and I think that's what I'll be using in my pincushions from now on. I love the texture and heaviness crushed walnut shells add to pincushions and supposedly they even sharpen the pins???

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So, what do you say? Would you like to win a charm pack of Good Neighbors? If so, leave a comment saying what you'd make with this colorful charm pack and I'll choose a random winner on Sunday (Sep. 6th) night.

Please note, this giveaway is for US and Canada addresses only.

Thank you so much for participating, everyone. Mr. Random and I have chosen  Sandra W to be our winner.

Congratulations, Sandra!!! Hope you'll enjoy sewing with this lovely collection.

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And remember, Pincushion Party will continue through the whole month of September. Here's the line up so you can follow along.

9/1/2015 Amanda Jean – Crazy Mom Quilts
9/2/2015 Anna – Noodlehead 
9/3/2015 Mary – Mary on Lake Pulaski
9/4/2015 Svetlana – Sotak Handmade (you are here)
9/5/2015 Debbie – Esch House Quilts
9/6/2015 Holly – Bijou Lovely
9/7/2015 Carla – Grace and Favour
9/8/2015 Faith – Fresh Lemons Quilts
9/9/2015 Vanessa –  V and Co.
9/10/2015 Anna –  Thimbleanna
9/11/2015 Krista –  Poppy Print Creates
9/12/2015 Erin –  Why Not Sew
9/13/2015 Lee –  May Chappell
9/14/2015 Alex –  Tea Ginny Designs
9/15/2015 Cheryl –  Nap Time Quilter
9/16/2015 Penny –  Sew Take a Hike
9/17/2015 Amy –  During Quilt Time
9/18/2015 Debbie –  A Quilter’s Table
9/19/2015 Anne –  Spring Leaf Studios
9/20/2015 Melissa Corry –  Happy Quilting
9/21/2015 Amber –  One Shabby Chick
9/22/2015 Nettie –  A Quilt is Nice
9/23/2015 Adrianne – Little Bluebell
9/24/2015 Cindy –  Live a Colorful Life
9/25/2015 Amy –  Diary of a Quilter
9/26/2015 Chase –  Quarter Inch Mark
9/27/2015 Rene –  Rene Creates
9/28/2015 Erin –  House on Hill Road
9/29/2015 Nicole –  Modern Handcraft
9/30/2015 Teri –  Connecting Threads





 Thanks for reading, friends. Svetlana



204 comments:

  1. What a beautiful pin cushion :-)
    Best regards from Germany,
    Kathrin

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  2. I would make a mini quilt. I love the fabrics Amanda Jean designed. They are so colorful!

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  3. Good Neighbors is so very pretty. First I would have to make a pin cushion and then a bed runner.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  4. I would make a pencil case. These fabrics are adorable!

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  5. Can't wait to see fabric up close and personal,,,,would probably make a sweet baby quilt.

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  6. I would make a table runner, I made 3 this week, really love this fabric line Amanda jean designed, thanks for the chance to win!

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  7. I really like how you combined Amanda Jean's concept of pincushions with your petite HSTs. If I were to win this lucky prize, I would make Amanda Jean's easy as pie or long division quilts.

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  8. Love the line. I would make a table runner. I love the way they dress up your table and add a pop of color to the room.

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  9. I would make place mats if I won. Thank you for the chance
    Regards, JoAnn

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  10. I'd use these fabrics to make a small zippered pouch - love the designs and colors! peks1001(at)yahoo(com)

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  11. This pincushion party is fabulous. I adore making pincushions. The charm pack would certainly he used for that.
    Janis

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  12. Svetlana, I'd stitch up two table toppers for two dressers that need a makeover:) Pincushions w/the scraps of course.
    Your red/white/grey combo is beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

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  13. I need some new mug rugs to go with the new living room furniture! This adorable line would be great!

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  14. Since I just bought 5 kilos of ground walnut shells. I m thinking pincushions would be in order. Maybe I'll make everyone of the pincushions on the blog hop.

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  15. I am in love with AmandaJean's new line. I would make a table runner. I have so many friends requesting a quilted gift that I figure I could knock off a few table runners in a weekend.

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  16. I would make a couple of pillows.

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  17. I might use it for the Farmer's Wife.

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  18. What a great pincushion! I've been eyeing some charm quilts that I would probably use the charm pack for. Such great colors!

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  19. I would use it in a Mary Blair inspired quiilt

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  20. I think the bright colors are perfect for a baby quilt.

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  21. I love the colors in your pincushion.

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  22. I would stitch them all together into a rectangle then go round and round that with some 4 1/2" strips until it was a nice lap size quilt top!:)

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  23. That pincushion is beautiful, love the fabrics and colors. Amanda's fabric line looks like it would be perfect for a mini.

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  24. For sure I'd make some pincushions for swap partners! Thanks for a generous giveaway.

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  25. I would combine it with my other charm packs and make a quilt. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  26. Your pincushion is adorable, Svetlana! I love your teeny tiny HSTs and the square, chunky shape of the pincushion. (I need to try that!) thanks for your kind words and thank you SO MUCH for being a part of the party! xo

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  27. Super cute! I don't need to be in the running for a charm pack, since I already received one, but have to say this is one cute pincushion! I really like that contrasting bottom, in addition to your delightful patchwork!

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  28. That is so cute. I would make a pin cushion or maybe a baby quilt. Love the colors in this new line.

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  29. my first thought when I saw this post was Christmas. with that in mind I would make placemats to use at Christmas.

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  30. I would take that charm pack and pack 6 pincushions like yours. Then I would gift them to my quilting friends. Good Neighbors is perfect for sharing!

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  31. What a sweet little pincushion! I think I might make a library tote bag if I won the charm pack. Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win!

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  32. awesome pincushion! Maybe I would make one just like it! Ha! beautiful

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  33. I love the pincushion. I would like to make a table runner with the charms.

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  34. Definitely a fun pencil case. I attend a weekly bible study and like to have a pencil case for pens, hi-liters, chapstick, etc. People always ask me about my handmade tote bags/pencil cases and I love to say, "Oh, thanks, I made it!"

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  35. What a wonderful fabric line! I would make a pillow cover, love the tiny little prints!!

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  36. I think I would make a pincushion, too. I love the color combo. I would love to know how you make the pincushion. It's so cute.

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  37. I would use them to make a baby quilt!

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  38. I would make a table runner - need a new one!

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  39. I adore your pincushion! I love pincushions in general, as we all must! I'd probably make at least one pincushion with this fabric, as well as some cute zipper pouches and maybe a pillow cushion.....

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  40. I think I'll make a tote and a pincushion too, yours is so sweet 😆

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  41. Super cute pincushion! I think I would have to make a pincushion for myself and a dear friend. And then some zipper pouches- a girl can never have too many zipper pouches. :)

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  42. Um....I think I'd make a baby quilt with them, thanks for the chance!

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  43. OMG so cute! luv the pin cushion! I could totally see one in my future with this charm pack!

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  44. I really like the Good Neighbors fabrics and would love to make a mini quilt to hang on my family room wall out of a charm pack. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  45. For a little bit the charm pack would sit on my shelf so I could just stare at it then I would buy a few more charm packs and make a half square triangle quilt with a low volume background

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  46. Love your pin cushion! I'm thinking a new pillow or two. My sofa could use a pillow redo.

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  47. What a great design! And so Amanda-ish using tiny pieces! I would add to my ongoing scrappy wonky star quilt if I won the charm pack. Thanks for a chance!

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  48. I just made a scrappy zip pouch. These would definitely look great in one of these patchwork zip pouches.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  49. I have been making zip pouches lately and these would make a very cute patchwork lola pouch or three!

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  50. I have been making zip pouches lately and these would make a very cute patchwork lola pouch or three!

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  51. I really love these fabrics! I'd make a pincushion, a table runner, and a zip bag, cutting them up in small pieces!

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  52. I'd probably make a baby quilt. Love your pincushion.
    hijoffeATgmailDOTcom

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  53. I think I would want to use it in a scrap vortex quilt. My scraps need variety.

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  54. Love these dainty prints! I always use walnut shells in pincushions. I like the added weight.

    I would make a table runner.

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  55. Great looking pincushion. These fabrics are lovely, and I would probably combine them with other fabrics to make a lap quilt. Thanks for the chance.

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  56. What a sweet pin cushion! Love that red, white and gray palette. I would love a chance to play with these fabrics, although I'd probably make a table runner.

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  57. Ooh! Maybe a tote bag featuring some pretty patchwork on front!

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  58. I have been wanting to make a charm square bag but I would probably make some of the awesome pincushions that have been featured too! there are so many possibilities!

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  59. I'd love to have have a new pincushion.

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  60. Great color choice! I would use the fabric for Amanda Jean's Trees quilt, which I am beginning this month

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  61. I love this pin cushion! Where do you buy the crushed shells?

    determineddebby at gmail dot com

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    1. Sorry, I forgot to say what I would make with it. I would like to make a quilted tote bag.

      determineddebby at gmail dot com

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    2. Check your local pet store for lizard bedding which is crushed English walnuts or you can order online and pay twice the price for fancy "pincushion" stuffing. janita

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  62. I would make a quilted cosmetic bag x
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  63. I need to make a baby quilt for my cousin's little boy--I'd probably use this for that.
    drlbennett at gmail dot com

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  64. I would love to use it on a mini quilt to hang in or family room.

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  65. I would love to make a mini memory quilt for our local hospice. Our Guild makes mini memory quilts that hang outside of the resident's room and then are gifted to the family once they pass on.

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  66. I think charm packs are perfect for table runners. Or I might want to make a fun patchwork bag or pouch. Looks like a great fabric line, thanks for sharing!

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  67. Maybe a new tote bag!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  68. I would use it for a pretty table runner. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  69. I've been so excited for Amanda Jean's fabric line since she announced it! I'm holding off on buying it for now, but I'd love to have some of her fabric to play with after I learn some EPP basics! They'd make awesome little additions to some pouches and pincushions I think. :)

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  70. A baby quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  71. I love the small prints as well. A doll quilt!

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  72. I would love to make some of these pincushions

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  73. a pin coushion of course , have the walnut shells already

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  74. I love this collections and like many others are saying, I, too, want to make ALL the pincushions!

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  75. I would probably use the charm pack in a star quilt I'm making for my daughter. sarah@forrussia.org

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  76. I'd make a table runner and maybe some placemats too!

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  77. Oooo lovely chunky pin cushion :) I would make some Great Granny blocks into cushions I think!

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  78. I think it would make cute placemats.

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  79. Oh my - a chance to win some of that beautiful fabric! I would like to make a cover for my sewing machine.

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  80. Need a new threadcatcher bag and my pattern also has a pin cushion attached, so that's what I'd use the charm pack for. Thanks for your cute demo.

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  81. I love the colors you chose. I would use them in a star quilt.

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  82. I'd love to make a couple cheerful placemats for my breakfast table!

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  83. I am beginning to gain an appreciation for small piecing due to several recent projects and having small prints really does help the small pieces shine! I would like to use the charm pack to make some pincushions for my bee friends to give out at our Christmas party. Thanks for the tip about the crushed walnut shells, too!

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  84. Why a set of pin cushions, of course. Yours are so nice. Sophisticated and understated. Lovely.

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  85. Wow - would love to make one of those pin cushions with those fabrics! :)

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  86. I would use the fat 1/4's to make an oversize Hexie pillow

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  87. Lovely pincushion! I think I'd make a happy baby quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  88. I would make a baby quilt for the charity my guild in involved in. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  89. I love the fabrics! I would make a table runner.

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  90. Beautiful fabric. I would make a mini quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  91. I would make pincushions! There are my go to item when I need to se and a big project is daunting!

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  92. How cute!!! I love charm packs, and would likely make something with HSTs, but bigger than a pincushion :)

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  93. I would make something Christmasy with the charm squares. Love the Reds!
    Also have many charm square quilts pinned ; ) Thanks for a chance at the giveaway.
    Love your little pincushion! Janita

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  94. I would probably make a tote bag... maybe a pillow :)

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  95. Very pretty pincushion!!! I like how you took her line of fabric and made it almost minimalistic. Just gorgeous! I'd make a yo-yo pillow with the charm pack. Bea can sew the yo-yos for me!!!

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  96. I would love to win this!!! I would make a small wall hanging with it for sure! Thank you.

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  97. I would make a pouch with the charm pack! Your pincushion is so pretty! Love this fabric!
    Susie

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  98. Adore the sweet pincushion! I would love to make a miniquilt for my best friend!

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  99. Love your pincushion! I'd make coasters, I need them desperately!

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  100. I would make pin cushions and hope they turn out as adorable as yours!

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  101. I need to make a block for a challenge "What makes your heart sing?"....These would be perfect!

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  102. I would love to make a tote bag out of that beautiful charm pack fabric!

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  103. I'm thinking I would make a table runner from this charm pack.

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  104. I would make a sweet mini quilt. And of course, one of these cute pin cushions!! ;)

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  105. Love the pincushion. I would make place mats. Thank you for the chance.

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  106. I would make my first table runner

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  107. These would match the colors in my soon to be new kitchen. I would make hot pads and a mini wall hanging with them.

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  108. This fabric is really cute. I would use it in a quilt, I am sure.

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  109. I'm making a scrappy HST quilt so these would be a perfect addition

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  110. I'd make a couple of zip bags with these cute fabrics! Thanks for the chance :o)
    cwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  111. I would make a table runner for my daughter, who would love the fresh design and colors of this line.

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  112. I' d make a great Pillow for the Family Room! Thanks for chance to win! :) Your Pin Cushion is so cute! Loooove it!

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  113. Besides a pin cushion like yours, I'd make a patchwork IPad cover

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  114. It would be perfect colors for a baby quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  115. I love the range of colors and the prints are so cute!

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  116. Just discovered this line today -- it's gorgeous! Thanks for the chance to win a bit!

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  117. So cute! I would make a patchwork picnic blanket! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  118. Hi first I'd make me a beautiful new pincushion! Thanks!
    msstitcher1214@gmail .com

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  119. I absolutely love that pincushion!

    I would use the reds for a quilt I'm making with 1,000 embroidered origami cranes. The grays and whites would go into a pillow I'm making!

    rebecca at hugsarefun dot com

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  120. I'd use them as applique highlights on a set of denim pillow covers!

    t_ktl at yahoo.com

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  121. I would make some sampler blocks for a new quilt. YUM!!!

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  122. This charm pack is exactly the colors that my daughter uses to decorate her loft apartment, so I would add them to some of my other fabrics I've collected for her and make a pillow!

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  123. Kathleen Gutierez (jkgutierrez@verizon.net)

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  124. I love the chunky pincushion! And I love the new fabrics!

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  125. Love the fabric. I would use it for a quilt. Thanks

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  126. I've been dying to try EPP, so I would try that with Amanda Jean's lovely modern colors/designs. I'd see how far I got! and decide what to make! Melody

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  127. I've been dying to try EPP, so I would try that with Amanda Jean's lovely modern colors/designs. I'd see how far I got! and decide what to make! Melody

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  128. I'd use it to add to my collection of fabrics for a postage stamp quilt.

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  129. I love charm packs and I think I would start a hexie project with them.

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  130. Ithink I'll make a nine patch with alternating circles sewn on squares. I like the designs of these fabrics.

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  131. I think it would make a great table set, with a small table topper and a tea cozy to coordinate. It would be a fun project. Thanks for the great ideas and for sharing!

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  132. I think it would make a great table set, with a small table topper and a tea cozy to coordinate. It would be a fun project. Thanks for the great ideas and for sharing!

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  133. I'm definitely into fun pillows to set off my new gray couch. Would love these :-). Also, found your blog from CrazyMom. Nice blog for me to follow :)

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  134. I'd love to make either placemats or a cute table runner.
    Thanks for the opportunity!

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  135. I would make premie gowns.Loove your pincushion.
    BTW Where do I buy crushed shells?

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  136. I would make a table runner and mug rugs!

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  137. I would make a drawstring project bag.
    Renragjdatgmaildotcom

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  138. i have to admit but i am a pincushion junkie. and i would certainly be making one! how can a girl have enough cute pincushions, well she can't ! and this fabric would be such the start of some fun makes!

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  139. I'd love to make some tiny clamshells with those lovely charms!

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  140. I would probably make a mini quilt

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  141. I'd make a lil pouch to put all my sewing bits & bobs in. Also, Good Neighbours is an awesome name for a fabric range as I think the internet makes us all neighbours - wherever we are in the world! oops, spelt neighbours the Australian way instead of neighbors!

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  142. So glad I came across this post. Your pincushion is too cute in those lovely fabrics. Can't wait to see this new collection at CT. I need to make a new bag and think these fabric would be fun to use.

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  143. I think some place mats or a table runner would look nice with these fabrics. They are so pretty!

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  144. I think some place mats or a table runner would look nice with these fabrics. They are so pretty!

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  145. I would use it for a kid quit for my daughter

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  146. I would make one of those cute pincushions.

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  147. Hey Svetlana! I'm happy tomhave found your site on this pincushion tour!!! I really enjoy the crativity you ladies have! I would use this charm pack to make a wall hanging or table topper! The colors are gorgeous!!! Thanks!!!

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  148. love the pincushion and the fabrics! want to try this pattern!!

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  149. I love Amanda's fabric. I would make my first pincushion wit it. Matsche.christine@yahoo.com

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  150. What delightful little prints! I love the pincushion you made with them. I would use the charm pack in a modern baby quilt. Thanks for sharing your work!

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  151. I think I would have to make a pin cushion similar to yours..... Love the gray with the new fabrics..... Maybe a quilt as you go bag, tote.....

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  152. I would make a pincushion or some coasters from this charm pack if I win. Thanks for the chance.

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  153. I would put them in my giant rainbow star scrap quilt! I need good blenders for the edges of my stars. Lucky you getting to play with these fabrics early.

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  154. I can't wait until this one is available - love it! I would use the charms to make some new pillow covers, using up every last scrap!

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  155. I'd make a very scrappy (in honour of Amanda Jean) lap quilt using the charm pack and loads of scraps I have left over from projects. I love how she makes the utmost use of every precious piece of fabric.

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  156. A new collection to love! I'd make a Lola Zipper Pouch.

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  157. I'd make a lap quilt. Cold weather is coming and I'd love to brighten up my living room!

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  158. Love your pin cushion... very clever. Thanks for the giveaway - I would make some pouches for my granddaughters and a pin cushion for myself.

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  159. First I would like to make a mini quilt, and some blocks for a few placemats. If I had any leftovers I would surely make a pin cushion.

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  160. Golly, I think I'd use it for a variety of little crafts! It would be nice to make some fabric origami baskets from it. Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol.com

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  161. Lovely pin cushion! I've never tried crushed walnut shells before, it must give it a lovely weight too ...I would make some project bags ... I'm in dire need of them :)

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  162. Cute pin cushion! I'd use the charm pack to make a kid's quilt for charity - the colors and prints have such a happy feeling!

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  163. A tote bag is what I'd make. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

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  164. Adorable fabric. Adorable pincushions. I'd make a tote bag. And some pincushions.

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  165. I would love to win more fabric! and of course, I would make pincushions!

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  166. My passion is points, as in stars and sawtooths (sawteeth?) and I also love them in miniatures! I have some ornate pincushion and some sweet humble ones as well, and would love to add these fabrics to my menagerie!!

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  167. My passion is points, as in stars and sawtooths (sawteeth?) and I also love them in miniatures! I have some ornate pincushion and some sweet humble ones as well, and would love to add these fabrics to my menagerie!!

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  168. Your pincushion is adorable. I would make mini quilt and a pincushion. Thanks!

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  169. Love your pincushion! I would make a zippered bag! This is fun seeing all the different ideas for pin cushions!

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  170. I'd make a table runner to go in my newly renovated kitchen. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  171. I really like your pincushion, cute and practical. I would make a table runner with my charm pack of this great fabric.
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  172. Your pincushion is adorable and like that it has weight. I need to start on Christmas ideas like a table topper would be nice in that fabric. jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

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  173. Love your pincushion! The charm pack would make a great table runner or a special pin cushion.

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  174. These fabrics are gorgeous. I'm thinking about hexies!

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  175. I would make a pincushion and a pillow cover for my couch. Thanks for the giveaway and for sharing your cute pincushion.

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  176. I am planning to use the Moda Love pattern - don't tell the Moda people ;-)

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  177. Svetlana, I'd love to craft a mini-quilt w/the red and grey much like yours. The colors in Good Neighbors are so happy tho, I wouldn't stop there...multiple mini quilts to hang in my sewing/quilting space. Thank you for sharing.

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  178. I'm working on a scrappy quilt for a niece and these colors will fit right in! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  179. I love making zip pouches and have ultimately given them all away. Good Neighbors is a perfect palette for a fun and lively patchwork zip.

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  180. Oh my! I love this new fabric collection! I would make a patchwork bag of some sort!

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  181. I love pincushions, so I'd love to make one with this fabric.

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  182. These would make beautiful winter and Valentine mug rugs! Can't ever start sewing too soon!

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  183. I would use them in my hexie quilt.

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  184. I hope I'm in time to get my comment in.... I'd love to make a wee table topper with this collection!! Thanks😉

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