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Monday, April 3, 2017

Scrappy Spring Cleaning

Although I love to make scrappy quilts sometimes the 
scraps get overwhelming. I am a purger at heart. I love
a well organized drawer and an empty closet. So my 
spring cleaning is your chance to win some of 
my scraps and a few other goodies.
I had enough to fill three flat rate boxes. 
So I will be giving away one here on the blog, 
one on Facebook and one on Instagram.

To win the blog box leave a comment below.
Let us know what you will do with all these scraps.

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402 comments:

  1. I'm in a group that meets every Tuesday and makes quilts for charity. We'd love to have one of the boxes!

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  2. Scraps are EXACTLY what I'm looking for. I'm determined not be running around Dec. 20th looking for something handmade to give for gifts. I'm in a coaster frenzy right now; making sets of them to have at the ready for any occasion!

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  3. I make scrap quilts so they would go into a quilt

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  4. As I sew and cut a project I have a A4 size plastic bag in a basket. I fill,these bags with the range of fabric.Later in the years I go to quilt camp I trade these bags with other ladies.They go quickly and one lass sews for her local hospital so,I set some aside for her.

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  5. How fun! I work with several groups making charity quilts but these I would use to make fun quilts for children rescued from threatening environments or as sensory quilts for the dementia patients in my mom's nursing home. It is kind of you to offer them. Linda H

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  6. I would make prayers quilts.

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  7. I would add them to my scrap collection to increase the variety.

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  8. I am building my reproduction scraps so I can finish a scrappy quilt with all different blocks. This win would speed along my project.

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  9. Working on a Farmer's Wife Quilt and using only scraps.

    Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  10. I am making Jane Stickies quilt so I would use the scraps for it and for making doll quilts.

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  11. I love to make small quilts for Project Linus in VA. I am especially fond of repro. Civil War print fabrics. Thank you for this give-away!

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  12. I love scrap quilts and Mini quilts like your sewalong she. Love scraps!

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  13. I'm working on a bed-size quilt made of 2" bow tie blocks so I would use them in it. I could also use them in your first Friday quilt.

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  14. I'm just about to embark on making Jen Kingwell's "Long Time Gone" quilt using all reproduction fabrics. The more the merrier!

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  15. I would use them to add more variety to my EPP hexie quilt.

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  16. I'm not sure what I'd make but it will definitely be traditional. My only child a son will be starting College in the fall, I'll be sewing. A lot! I'm not sure how to deal with missing him. I do know sewing will keep me busy and I think keeping myself busy is all I can do. I wish I could turn back the clock to when he was just starting school. Thanks so much for the chance to win.

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  17. I am currently making a POTC quilt in reproduction fabrics. Thank you for a chance to win.

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  18. Since doing all your scrappy projects, scraps are always welcome!! Seems the more scraps I use the more I have!! Hope I win some of your deliciousness❤❤

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  19. We are selling our home and going on the road full time...so scrappy small projects will be perfect! Thanks for chance to win!

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  20. I like making scrap quilts so your scraps would be added to my quilts to give more variety. Thank you.

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  21. Scrap quilts are my favorite and what I make most. These will be added to mine for many happy projects, some large, some small.

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  22. I love making scrap quilts! If I'm in a quilt store that offers scraps for so much a bag, you would find me digging in and stuffing scrappy lovelyness in a bag! Thanks for the giveaway and the chance.

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  23. Oh my! Your scraps would be like heaven to me. Love all those civil war pieces.

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  24. I am also a scrap quilter and would add this to my boxes!! Thanks

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  25. I am also a scrap quilter and would add this to my boxes!! Thanks

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  26. These look like gorgeous scraps! I'm thinking hourglass blocks :-) Thanks for sharing your fabric goodness!

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  27. I am slowly working on my Dear Jane quilt, and would love more variety. I love civil war fabrics, and I love scraps -- all my quilts are scrap quilts. Thanks for sharing your lovely scraps with us!!

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  28. I would love to win! Thanks for the chance! These would be perfect for English Paper Piecing!
    Blessings, Patti

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  29. Thank you for this chance to receive these lovely scraps. I'm making scrap quilts! ... Pamela. :)

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  30. I would love to win, I love all your fabrics and love reading your blog. These scraps would be great for a bow tie quilt.
    April

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  31. I love making scrappy quilts. I'm working on ohmigosh and I'm always looking for variety.
    Helen

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  32. I'm going to make two large or three large scrap quilts. I save my scraps on boxes by color and cut them to different sizes.

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  33. I absolutely love making scrap quilts. I've been wanting to make one of those spiderweb string quilts. This would be perfect.

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  34. 'Summer Scraps' was in my facebook feed this morning....and I was just thinking I needed another scrappy project! These scraps would get put to good use on it! Thanks for the chance!

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  35. Thank you so much for the chance to win some scraps. I am going to make a paper pieced tumbler scrap quilt and these would definitely give me a great start!

    Mary

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  36. I never turn down an opportunity for repro scraps! They are my go-to. I mostly make mini quilts, but have several bed size in the queue as well. Thanks for sharing! : )

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  37. Working on a repro Dear Jane quilt, your scraps are perfect for it. Thanks for the chance!

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  38. Most of the quilts I make are scrap quilts, so these would make into many of them. Thanks for the chance!

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  39. I would love to win one of the scrap boxes! What would I do with it--mix them in with my older scraps for freshness in my next scrapy quilt. Thank you for the offer.

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  40. I would use a box of scraps for your bow tie quilt. The blocks are mini but not the quilt!! My goal is to not repeat any of the prints in the bow ties!!! I have around a hundred done or cut but I have aways to go!! Those tiny blocks don't take much fabric so I cut two sets and give the extra to my sister. We love sewing together, even though we live a state apart. We have done many of your small quilts!!

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  41. I always need more fabric --- would love to win some of your scraps.

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  42. Some of the scraps pictured would be sewn into my Wild Goose Wednesday blocks project. Others...well, there is always a project that could use some variety. Thanks for the chance in the giveaway. clara-chandler@att.net

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  43. I will finish my Summer Scraps quilt!! And add to my Wild Wednesday geese pile

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  44. Scraps are my first love! I am moving into a new house with a room just for sewing, so these would be perfect for an inaugural project!

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  45. I'm working on an applique quilt and scraps are always great for the small pieces.

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  46. Scrap quilts are the best! I can sit and just admire each and every fabric. joysnoop78@yahoo.com

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  47. I welcome a box of scraps from Temecula for my "Dear Jane" (which I have been neglecting for WIPS so far this year ๐Ÿ˜•). Focus, Focus! ๐Ÿ˜‚

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  48. I will use the scarps in a charm quilt I have started, Tumbler quilt.This is his wife Jennifer. Using his google account to post.

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  49. I'm working on Farmers Wife, and Bonnie Hunter's Wild & Goosey, so these scraps would be perfect for both!

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  50. I'm partnering with a friend to make a scrappy quilt so these scraps would be perfect for us!
    Thanks for the offer.

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  51. Beautiful gorgeous blocks!

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  52. Well...just about everything I do is scrappy but I bet a good share of your scraps would end up in one of my hexie projects. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  53. I love scrappy! This would be a wonderful addition to my scraps!

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  54. Lovely scraps! Since I mostly make small, scrappy quilts they would be a wonderful addition to my stash! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  55. Thank you so much for the chance to win some beautiful scraps! I mostly make scrap quilts so these would be a wonderful addition to my stash.

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  56. I have a Doll Quilt Swap to make this month. More scraps would be perfect for it. Thanks for sharing!

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  57. Thank you for the chance to win these lovely scraps . I have followed your blog for a few years now and made a few of your free sew alongs . love them and thank you for your generousity and time .

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  58. Scraps are my favorite! I would love to remake a quilt I made in the past using 2.5" squares and solids. These fabrics would be perfect! Thanks!

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  59. I would make a scrappy quilt! Thanks for the chance!

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  60. I would love to put them to good use in my pineapple quilt, the scrappier the better!

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  61. I would love to put them to good use in my pineapple quilt, the scrappier the better!

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  62. Yes please ,all for new scraps need to start a another quilt always

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  63. I would use all those fabrics to make lots of mini quilts filled with scrappy goodness!!

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  64. I love making scrappy quilts, so these will fit in nicely with my current Civil War repro stash for making more wonderfully scrappy quilts.

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  65. I love scrappy quilts and would incorporate these in one. Thanks so much!

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  66. WOW, WOW, WOW!! I love all your scraps!! (I may be drooling just a little, looking at them) :D I'm so totally opposite in purging, though. lol
    I love CW reproduction fabrics, and love adding scraps to all my quilt-making... that's my style! In fact, I just finished a queen-sized postage stamp style quilt, so any addition from your scraps would be quite welcome!! Thanks for the chance!!

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  67. I'm making lots of TQC scrappy quilts - would love a "scrap infusion" to boost variety! Thank you for so many gorgeous patterns and inspiration!

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  68. I make scrap quilts for different charities as well as for myself and family. Nothing better than knowing a quilt you made is being loved by someone who has lost everything. My favorite cause is women's shelters. I also give them to law enforcement to give to kids when they have to remove them from a home. A pillowcase and a quilt can change a lot.

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  69. Such a fun group of scraps. I would start by incorporating some into the fun Moda Block Heads going around, but then try my hand again at some of your teeny tiny little basket blocks.

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  70. Love all your fabrics. Would love win.๐Ÿ’Ÿ๐Ÿ’Ÿ

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  71. I love scrap quilts and these would play nicely with my other scraps!

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  72. Ohh I miss having Civil War prints--I had to give mine away when I moved from NY to Fl a few months ago and thought that I could get more when I got here--but first none of the couple quilt shops here carry any and second-it is far more expensive to live in Fl and the budget it too tight to order any--
    Love your blog and have done may projects from your site--
    so Thanks for that--
    enjoy the moments, di

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  73. I really need to finally make a Civil War quilt! I love small pieces in a box--it's just like a treasure chest to me. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  74. I make a lot of placemats for Meals on Wheels. Scraps make for an interesting placemat.

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  75. I've been wanting to make a miniature scrappy churn dash quilt, these would really help!

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  76. I LOVE Scraps!! Especially yours! Lots of things I could make, flying geese mini's, my post card patterns, mini wall hangings, etc., etc., Thanks for the give away!

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  77. Looking to make a modern scrappy quilt

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  78. You always have such nice color combinations. I am starting to get into mini quilts and I would love to have your selection to work with. Thank you for the chance.

    Diana

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  79. These scraps look delicious! I've been wanting to make your Rothermel row quilt and these scraps would be the perfect reason to start :0)

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  80. Wish my scraps looked that good!

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  81. Just love fabric from Temecula Quilt Company, and would like to be included in the drawing!

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  82. lUV your energies and how you put colors together that just pop! Would make up a few mini blocks and quilt for cancer charity sew I help with. thanks

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  83. I would use them in the many quilts that are in process now. Carol and Lauren are coming this summer and we could do serious damage with these. Thank you for the chance!

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  84. I am an avid scrap quilter. I would be happy to sew with yours! And would send along a picture of finished project (s).

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  85. I would mix and match them with all the other small bits of civil war fabrics I have in an appliquรฉ project I'm thinking about.

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  86. These fabrics are beautiful. I would love to put these in a Lucy Boston quilt. Please include me in the drawing. Thank you . You always have great patterns and fabrics. I just love your shop

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  88. I am wanting to finish my dear Jane and this win would be the push I need! Thank you for the opportunity!

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  89. Love scrappy quilts, so this box would be a perfect addition to my basket of scraps for my next project.

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  90. I love making small scrap quilts and one can never have enough scraps!

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  91. I either make doll clothes or scrap quilts with the smaller pieces of fabric that come my way.

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  92. OOOH...wonderful scraps! I would make a happy scrappy quilt for snuggling in or a few small wall hangings. Thanks!

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  93. I love ❤️ the scrapy look. I bought your pattern last year 9 patches in a variety of sizes and had not started that quilt. I'm in charge of our quilt show so everything has been on hold until April 22nd when it's over๐Ÿ˜…

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  94. Oh my gosh! Those are beautiful and just what I need to start my Mary Simon quilt that I'm bracing myself to start!!

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  95. I would love to use those scraps in my mystery medallion quilt, as well as the charity scrap quilts I make. Please enter me.

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  96. "Trail Mix" by Mabeth Oxenreider has been on my wish list for years.

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  97. Oh my, what a sweet giveaway - thank you! I would definitely use those beautiful scraps to make little quilts!

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  98. These are beautiful!!! I enjoy making scrap quilts for charities and a box from you would be used to bring joy to others.

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  99. I'd make some miniature quilts to share with friends!

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  100. What a fun idea! You've inspired me to do some spring cleaning of my scraps, too!

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  101. I am participating in the Hands2Help program again and would use the scraps to make a quilt for one of the charities being highlighted this year.

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  102. Love your quilts and patterns. I make many Quality charity quilts.....good designs and fabrics!

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  103. I love that you can clean out your scraps and give some of them away. I am a very scrapy quilter and would be honored to receive your scraps. Scrapes are like the icing on the cake when you make a quilt! Thank you !

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  104. I love scrappy quilts and I love Civil War repros. It would be so much fun to include your scraps with mine! Thanks for the chance to win some fun fabrics!

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  105. It's so nice of you to give away your scraps. I would love to make a scrappy Irish chain for a senior citizen. Thanks.

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  106. Oh what beautiful fabrics!! I would make a scrappy lap quilt if I won! Thank you for having this giveaway!!

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  107. All of my quilts are scrappy and the smallest scrap is sometimes just perfect for an appliqued leaf or circle.

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  108. Truly scrap heaven. While I love making planned quilts, it's that occasional scrap quilt that is lots of fun, too. I marvel at how they look. The more scraps the merrier. It would be an honor to receive some of your scraps.

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  109. Wonderful as always. Look forward to seeing more wonderful works from you!

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  110. I love making scrappy quilts using reproduction fabrics. I would use these lovely scraps in my mini quilts that I'm currently working on. Thanks so much for multiple chances!

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  111. I would love to win some scraps. I just agreed to be a co- chair for my quilt guilds charity quilt for next year so I may use it for that!

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  112. I would love to win a box of your scraps, and if I did, I would be using them to participate in Wild Goose Wednesday.

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  113. Ooh scraps...I love to add your scraps to mine and maybe even make one of your patterns with them. You have some wonderful scrappy patterns I have made and also on my to-do someday list

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  114. Love scraps, looks like I need to add them to mine and make a small wall hanging.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  115. How awesome for us scrap lovers!

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  116. I'd love to win and make my first patchwork project!!!

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  117. I love scraps! I picked up a bag at your store last week when we were on vacation! I would love to win! Scrappy quilts are the best!

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  118. I love scraps!! I have so enjoyed making the First Friday blocks. I've been using my Civil War scraps to make them.

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  119. Love to make scrappy quilts. I make all kinds of things from leftovers for blessings to others to use. Wonderful looking boxes.
    Sewpiecefully

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  121. I love to make mini or doll quilts so scraps are perfect for me!! Thank you for being so generous.

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  122. I will touch all of them, sort them like a fresh bucket of Halloween candy & be so excited to use them in my scrappy little quilts. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  123. I have three scrap busting blocks going right now: Pieced Bowties-English Paper pieced hexies and Hand Appliqued Orange Peels. More and different scraps would be wonderful!

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  124. What a delight to open email and find your post! Good for you and your "spring cleaning" and even better for some lucky reader. Thanks for sharing. I would love to add this variety to my dwindling repros. There's a cake in my future. :-) Thanks so much for a chance to win!

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  125. I would make a scrap quilt for my son who is getting married, maybe an autograph quilt for their guest book.

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  126. Well, after going crazy for a while, I would use the fabrics for the Calico Garden pattern I got from you a long time ago, and would finally start this much loved quilt!

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  127. I have a postage stamp quilt on my mind.

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  128. I am currently addicted to miniature quilt making and am cutting fabric from yardage due to a shortage of appropriate scraps. I would be thrilled to win one of your scrap boxes! I've got my fingers crossed! Thanks.

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  129. I would Love to win some scraps! I love making small quilts and I'm starting a tumbler quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  130. Yours is one of my top favorite blogs! I enjoy making doll quilts and donating them to a charity who gifts them to underprivileged girls at Christmas.

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  131. Would love to have these fabrics. JuSt getting started on my Splendid sampler.

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  132. Would love to win some scraps! I would use them to make blocks for a Panama Pyramids quilt.

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  133. I would love to combine with some of my grandmothers fabrics and make a quilt for my mother!

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  134. I always love your fabric choices, so I'd love to get your scraps! I'm planning a postage stamp quilt, so scraps are perfect!

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  135. I love scraps and I can't explain why but someone else's scraps always look prettier than mine! Would love to be the lucky winner. I have many projects they would be just perfect to use with.

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  136. I would love to win some scraps to add to my grand daughters quilt.

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  137. I'm fairly new to scrap quilting (I'm doing your mystery medallion and church windows) and while I thought I had a lot of scraps, I have very little variety. No yellows or greens for example, and few shirtings. A scrap box would diversify my quilts!

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  138. It would be amazing to find one of those boxes in my mailbox! What a great way to do spring cleaning!!

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  139. Oh, I need to purge my scraps too, but I just can't seem to let them go! I would love to play with yours though. I make lots of charity quilts for my guild, and have several "go-to" patterns that would work great for your scraps.

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  140. I would make love (charity) quilts as that makes my heart sing!

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  141. First I would look through to see what I could use for Quilts of Valor quilts. Hmmm, next comes the hard part , figuring out what to make. I would probably use some in my Circa 2016. What I didn't use I would share with my friends.

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  142. I have just started to really get involved and liking the looks of scrap quilting. I have a lot of projects waiting for one of those bundles of scraps. Thank you for sharing.

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  143. Hello, I play to win scraps and goodies... I love goodies... ;-) I love yours fabrics too... thanks for the game :D

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  144. I will add it to my stack that I am using for wild goose Wednesday and the moda blockhead sewalong. The scrapper the better! Thanks for sharing.

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  145. I am a fat quarter, fat 1/8 hoarder!!! I just love scrappy quilts and would love to add your culled fabrics to my stash.

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  146. I love to make scrap quilts so I can put them to good use.

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  147. I will add to my stack for Wild Goose Wednesday and the Moda Blockheads Challenge. Loveven these great reproduction fabrics!Thanks for sharing❤

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  148. I would of course, use the scraps for the flying geese quilt and then I would have part of you in my quilt forever!

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  149. Oooo I would make some flying geese! The posts have inspired me to make some but my stash does not have enough small scale fabrics.

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  150. I WOULD LOVE TO MAKE A FARMER'S WIFE SAMPLER QUILT AND HAVE BEEN COLLECTING SMALL PIECES FOR THE QUILT. YOUR SCRAPS WOULD BE PERFECT FOR IT! ������

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  151. Ive got a new pattern Called "Sew Together Bag" that I've been wanting to do. These scraps would look great!

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  152. To win would be amazing! Scrappy Quilts are my favorite! I make scrappy quilts for Western Children's Services, they assist mistreat children. Thanks for sharing you stash!

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  153. I'm a scrappy girl at heart. I make everything scrappy. The more fabrics the merrier. They sure are beautiful!

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  154. Almost all of the quilts that I make (and like) are scrappy quilts and so I would use your scraps to make some kind of scrappy quilt-miniature OR full size. Scraps from my friends always bring back happy memories of "times shared" and are almost like a quilt diary to keep/save forever.

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  155. Would love to win this. I am making a king size scrappy quilt out of 1" strips. Making 5" courthouse steps blocks. The scrappier the better!

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  156. I have been infatuated with Dear Jane for a number of years and now I find myself living near the museum where she resides. I'm getting ready to start mine and can't have bits of too many fabrics. One of your boxes would be a big help. Thanks for your generosity!

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  157. Variety makes a scrap quilt sparkle! Thanks for the chance to add your scraps to one of my quilts.

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  158. I'm pretty new to quilting so I don't have many scraps. One of your boxes that you're so generously giving away would go a long way to building up a stash. Girl's gotta have stash, right?

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  159. Thank you. I would make mini quilts.

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  160. with these scraps i would use them in my flying geese quilt and in other cute quilts on your website.

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  161. I would love to win one of your boxes. I spend entirely too much time trolling FB and other blogs and have saved so many projects and blocks. I would use these fabrics for that, and I also want to make a couple of charity quilts before the end of the year. These are my goals for this year. poladydwd(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  162. I love making scrappy quilts, so these beautiful scraps would add so much more variety! Thank you for a chance to win!

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  163. I love scrappy quilts!! And a box of scraps would make me so Happy!!

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  164. I am doing a small quilt swap and my partner is into scrappy quilts.... this will help tremendously!

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  165. I am definitely not a purger! I have lots of holiday (yes, Christmas) projects in mind and can use the extra scraps.

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  166. I'm making a series of charm quilts, and what I don't use gets donated to the craft room of the local retirement village.
    Would love to win one of your boxes of scraps!

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  167. I would use your scraps to make a quilt or two for our local Hospice House, they took care of my quilt buddy's husband.

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  168. Please enter me...I live scrappy quilts

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  169. I would make mini quilts! My friend and I live around 1800 miles apart and we exchange minis, make minis together, and just love all things CW. Thanks for the chance!

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  170. I have been following along with your quilts and also do many scrappy quilts from fabrics that are given away at our Quilt Guild meetings. They all o to the Women and Childrens' Shelter for battered women. Each child gets a quilt.
    I also make quilts for animal rescues that Ivolunteer with, and they can raffle the quilts to raise funds that are always desperately needed to save the animals in their care.

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  171. Make scrappy mini quilts, have some patterns waiting for THE right scraps! Thanks for rhe chance! Martine

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  172. I have just discovered the world of small quilts ! Oh I see so many beautiful pieces I would use! Thank you !

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  173. I bought TQC mini tumbler template and the scraps are just what I need!!

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  174. I love your scrappy quilts, 95% of my big and little quilts are all scrappy. I throw all the colors in them and love it, thanks for a chance to win a box of more scrapes. my favorite quilts are small/wall/doll/mini quilts!! Vickie

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  175. Those boxes look like a ton of fun!

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  176. I would add your scraps to my scraps and make a beautiful flying geese quilt. I am having so much fun with the Wednesday sew along.

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  177. I would love to add some variety to my scrap collection. Thanks for your kindness to share.

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  178. I am retiring soon and will be making more charity quilts for sick kids. I would love to win. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  179. I am always on the hunt for scraps for paper piecing projects. I will be starting a charity quilt for Children's Hospital this year also.
    Thanks for your generosity.....
    nettiecrain@live.com

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  180. If I won all these scraps, I would make scrap baby quilts like the one my Great Grandmother made for me as a child. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  181. Scrappy scraps!! I would need to do the first Friday quilt!! ๐Ÿ˜

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  182. I would like to make a mini log cabin quilt.

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  183. WOW! Those are awesome! Please put my name in the hat. Love them!

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  184. Those would be perfect for a scrappy cathedral window quilt.

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  185. I'm a scrappy girl when it comes to planning quilts. I want to do something with sawtooth stars on a dark or black background...it's a little out of the box for me. Thanks for sharing your scraps :-)

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  186. I am in love with 2 inch hst. Scraps are perfect for that and it makes a beautiful quilt.

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  187. Wow! I make scrap quilts, of course! Just finishing Circa 2016, very scrappy! Thanks for the chance to win!,

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  188. I live in the UK so too far for you to send a parcel I expect, but I love reading your emails every day, so that's a positive thought :)

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  189. I make scrappy donation quilts for former foster youth who are going to college.

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  190. Would luv luv luv to have a box of your reproduction scraps

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  191. My favorite quilts are scrappy quilts - I try to also save scraps as much as I can and most of my quilts are based on scraps or the idea of adding scrap pieces to make it interesting. I enjoy your blog and sew alongs - thank you for the opportunity to win your scraps!

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  192. I am such a huge supporter of your blog. I can't wait to see your name on my mail info. Love everything you do. I would share the loot with my quilting sisters from high school. We are going to Paducah for the big show and I always take them a surprise. Surprise!! I would love the scraps. Thanks.

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  193. Love to make a scrap quilt, the more scrappy the better it is! Great to have a variety, and I love your "style" so I'm sure you have fantastic scraps

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