Thursday, February 7, 2013

Forever Home . . .

This giveaway is now closed.

The other day I was looking through my fat quarter boxes, where the fat quarters are sorted and stored by color, and noticed I had a ton of these off toned fabrics.  


Not lights, not darks, but somewhere in between.  Most of them are fat quarters that I pulled and discarded from kits.  There are probably over 125 different pieces of fabric here.


Enough to nicely fill a USPS large priority mail box.  I wouldn't call them ugly, but I don't see them getting in any quilt I'll ever make.  Do you have a need for them?

They are all packed and ready for a new home.  All the pieces were purchased from quilt shops.  They have been stored in a plastic container but have lived in a home with a dog, a hypoallergenic dog, but a dog none the less.




If you are interested in adding this fabric to your stash just leave a comment on this post, any comment will do.  If the USPS will mail to your address you're eligible.  If more than one person is interested in this giveaway I'll let random number generator select the winner.  You have until the end of day today, February 7th, to leave a comment and be eligible.

This won't be the last box of fabric looking for a new home, it's spring cleaning time at my house!

Thanks for your interest.

This giveaway is now closed.

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284 comments:

  1. OOOH, Thelma, I'd LOVE to have them! I'm about to start teaching 3 young girls from our church to quilt and I'd love to give them some fabric to get started with!

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  2. I would love this box of fabric! That's the smallest shelf in my stash. Seems I always buy color, then have nothing to put with it! Thanks!

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  3. I've been doing operation "use up my stash" for several years now, and just a few weeks ago I realized it was essentially used up. I've started to miss the inspiration that comes from playing with different fabrics. I know you'll have a ton of responses, but I just wanted to toss my name in the hat, too. :)
    Chelsea
    chickenflag@hotmail.com

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  4. My name is Barb. I have never posted a comment before, but I do like to read your blog when I can. I am an elementary school teacher who loves to design and piece quilts on weekends and in the summer. I would be happy to give your fabric a home. They would definitely find a place in one of my future quilts.
    Barb

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  5. This is so very sweet of you to do ! Love your blog and Quilts!

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  6. Ugly or not, would love them.

    Shelia

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  7. I'd really like that fabric as I'm a newbie and just trying to build up a stash. Downside is, I live in the UK. Does that put me outside your postal range?
    ps love your blog - it gives me great ideas

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  8. I could put those fabrics to work. Love them.

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  9. Those fabrics would fit perfectly into a "low Volume" quilt I'd love to make. Thanks for the chance. Jane

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  10. Hope I am lucky today! Your fabric would have a good home and I would share with my three best ever quilting friends. We always swap fabric.
    Your red and white quilt is my favorite and saw it at Paducah last year in real time- awesome!!

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  11. Of course Im interested...you are very generous! Thanks
    Bev/Mo

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  12. Oooh! What a lovely box! I am going to dream that they are coming to me because today is my 15 year anniversary! (Although we have been together for 20 as of last Monday). (Oh and I just happen to already be a follower of yours.)

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  13. Such a sweet idea! I would love them to start a First Ladies Quilt. Thanks!

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  14. They look like great fabrics to me! I see some that I have used in quilts and would use again in my scrappy quilt. I see others that I should have bought that are no longer available. Thanks for a chance to win them!

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  15. I would love to get a box of fabric! What an awesome and generous idea.
    Thank you,

    Judith H

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  16. Oh. What a wonderful and generous gesture. I seldom find/buy background fabric unless I have a specific project in mind.

    kade

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  17. Long time follower here, but first time commenter. How could I resist putting my name in the hat for such a great batch of "mediums"! I could absolutely put them to use. Thanks for your generosity. Carla

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  18. Thelma - You are amazing and I learn so much from your blog. I love your organization. Your generosity in sharing your quilting life is so appreciated. And now sharing your fabrics - you are the best! Thank you for all that you do.

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  19. I would absolutely like to have my name in the hat for this box of wonderful. I enjoy reading your posts and seeing all the beautiful quilts you make. Thank you for the chance!

    Cheryl

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  20. I so need background/neutrals to use up some focus fabrics I've been collecting. Wow, so nice of you to offer these up for adoption. I hope I can leave a comment since I am not a blogger (yet, anyway!). Thanks!!
    Lisab
    ldbaker63@gmail.com

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  21. Thellma, You are my first read in the morning with my coffee. I wish I had half your energy! I need to reorganize my sewing room. It is good to recognize what will be used and what is just taking up space, so thanks for the opportunity.Good luck with the Fung Shuei (sp?) Butterfly George

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  22. Does a quilter EVER have enough fabric. Of course I would love to win to add to my stash. What I need more than anything is spare TIME! Thanks for the opporunity to win.

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  23. Would love to win fabrics to add to my stash for making scrap quilts. Look forward to seeing what you will be working on next Thelma.

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  24. I would absolutely love an opportunity to step out of my comfort zone and try using neutrals which I only seem to buy if I have a specific quilt project that requires it. What a generous offer but then we all know how giving quilters are. Thanks much.
    Angela

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  25. I am just starting out and this would be a wonderful start to get me really going. Thank you for this opportunity. Tx.angela.gibson@gmail.com

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  26. Thelma, I would love to acquire this treasure and I love dogs. Thanks for such an informative blog. Love reading it everyday.

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  27. Good morning Thellma,
    Oh that's a lotta love! I would love to add that to my stash :-) I've been spending my winter making quilts for others around me in need. It sure has made this winter go by fast. My sweet honey felt bad for me and came home last week with a new Juki quilting machine for me! So there for, I must make more quilts! LOVE HIM!
    What a great way to start the day!
    Thanks, Tisha

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  28. Thelma, Thanks for sharing your background/neutrals fabrics. Winning the fabrics would be such a treat.
    JaneN

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  29. This could be just what I need to jumpstart my next quilt - outside fabric love to put in a new start. Thank you very much for thinking of your readers. Stephani in N. TX (Tomazec@aol.com)

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  30. I would love the chance to add your "ugly" fabrics to my stash!
    Thank you for the opportunity.

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  31. I could definitely give those fabrics a loving home. Plus, isn't it great to receive a nice thing in the mail?

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  32. Count me in! I need them! I never have enough light fabrics for my scrap quilts. Such a generous give away.

    kc (motorhomers@yahoo.com)

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  33. Yahoo,,,what a giveaway. Are you SURE you won't every use those fabrics??? Ok,,,,they sure would look nice on my shelf! Have a great day. Thanks for being so generous! DJ dojohnson@sc.rr.com

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  34. Wow...thought I would be close to being one of the first 10 or so.....!!! Anyway, would love to be considered in this as I usually don't buy fat quarters and just realized I will need for those schnibbles patterns.What a nice person you are Thelma to give away these and even if I don't get any.....thanks!
    Gail

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  35. I'd enjoy winning that box of fabulous fabric. Keeping my fingers crossed! :-)

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  36. Love those kinds of backgrounds--that's what I use in my scrappy quilts so I'm interested!

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  37. WOW what a silly question... OF COURSE I would love to add these to my "stash". What a generous gesture on your part. Thanks for a chance.

    ps. I just finished my first red/white quilt.. Your site spurred me on to making mine and it won't be the last.

    jleibfried@aol.com

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  38. Would love to have these. I do alot of small scrappy quilts and these would work great.

    Thanks!!!

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  39. Oh my gosh Thelma, what a wonderful selection of fabrics,. My stash is a very haphazard gathering of fabrics because when I first started quilting five years ago, I didn't get any advice on how to properly build it up. So...I'm sorely lacking in several color ranges, lights and neutrals being one of them. So I would love be included in this giveaway. Thanks so very much for a chance to give these lovely's a new home...Hugs...
    **it is so true, that one man's trash is another mans treasure...!!! Of course, in this case, one quilters uglys and another quilters beauties. *wink*

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  40. OMG. I would love to win your lights. I'm planning a new scrap quilt and was wondering if I would have enough variety in my lights. Your fabrics would help a lot. Thanks for the chance to win them.

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  41. I think your "Stash" would love to come and live at my home in warm sunny south florida. I am wanting to start the "pinnaple blossoom" quilt that your friend posted over on Sister's Choice Quilts Blog and all of the fat quarters will give me the start I need. Being a new quilter my "stash" is not one to brag about.
    Thanks!!
    Melissa H

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  42. I would love to have these fabrics. I'd like to do a log cabin quilt and I think these would be a big boost for the "light side." Thanks!

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  43. These are right in line with what I like to work with! Maybe not for all but I love them. They come alive when joined with other bits.
    Thanks for a great blog! Love it!
    Jayne

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  44. Today is my birthday so winning this box of beautiful fabrics would be the best gift ever!

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  45. I would love to give these fabrics a new home. My hope is to make a quilt for each of my children for Christmas this year since they will all be college students. If I win this would be such a huge blessing. It is extremely generous of you to give these fabrics away.

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  46. What a wonderful. generous giveaway! Thank you so much for the opportunity to win.

    Mary

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  47. Thelma..you truly are so generous. I think they would look lovely in a quilt with one other dominant splash of color...I am thinking blue...maybe the new indigo blue that Minnick and Simpson has out. I would have to see it in person to know for sure. But I can envision either a log cabin, or how about Star Blossoms by Cotton Way....oh or how about Milky Way by Fig Tree? I just got those patterns for Christmas...hmmmm you have my wheels turning. My daughter will soon be graduating from her Masters Program, and wouldn't one of those be a great gift...and it would be even more special with a story behind it. Kristy soardkg@fuse.net

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  48. Oh yes, I'd love the fat quarters. My stash is in colors-- you can't have too many neutrals. So many projects-- scrappy trips, chemo quilts, string quilts, etc. And I do love reading your blog-- always something fun to see or do.

    Susan
    dentons@sbcglobal.net

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  49. Wow, that is amazingly generous of you. I've been wanting to make a "low volume" quilt and I think those would work in very nicely.

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  50. I'd love to add these fabrics to my scrap stash!
    Pjn

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  51. I would so love to give these fabrics a loving home! Being retired money doesn't come as easily as I'd like and my quilting has been seriously curtailed so any help would be SO appreciated. Thanks

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  52. Seems like I always pass up these "neutrals" for more saturated color, so now I have need of exactly these. Too bad no one else wants them. HA!

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  53. I love those fabrics! So nice of you to pass them on to a good home.

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  54. Wow!! I would love to give these fabrics a home. I have been wanting to make a neutral quilt for a long time. Thanks for being so generous.

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  55. I would just love to have the box of love you are giving away! I just recently started quilting again after a 15 year break so "need" to build up a stash with something other than the fabrics for the quilts I'm working on. (And some other than the ones I have from the 90's. >grin,) I enjoy your blog so much, thanks for opportunity!

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  56. I would be so excited to give them their forever home :) I sure could use some "mediums" but usually if I can't work a fabric into a quilt I use it to make little pet quilts for my local animal shelter - So nothing goes to waste here! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  57. I would love your generous package to come and live here in Canada - I have just started quilting and my stash - well I don't have a stash yet - Thanks for the opportunity, have a wonderful day!!

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  58. I would love to add these to my stash! One can never have enough lights, mediums and darks. Love your blog and loved seeing your quilts in the Road to CA show this year! Thanks for the opportunity!
    dwkinney@cox.net

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  59. Ohhhhh, any fabric that you have bought, I know I would love! Thanks Thelma. Have a great sewing day. Its guild day here in Torquay, so I know I will have a great day!

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  60. I would be humbled to receive these fabrics. What an awesome stash. I promise I would give them to a lovely quilt.

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  61. I am always looking for neutrals to use in my quilts. I'd love to have yours. Thanks for giving them away.

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  62. What a generous giveaway. I would love to have these neutrals because I never seem to have any when I'm looking through my stash. Thanks, Thelma.

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  63. Looks like a lovely bunch of fabrics---great addition for me!

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  64. I'd love them! Fabric in Canada is sooooooooo expensive.

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  65. Wow ... what an extremely generous giveaway! These would work great in a lot of different projects and if not, then I would also pass them on as you are doing.

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  66. Thelma, you are so generous. Of course I would love to win such a wonderful stash. For some reason I always seem to think I have to have all new fabrics for a new project. Therefore, my stash is really projects so I would love to have a stash of neutrals to avoid so many new purchases especially since I am now on a fixed income now and the fabric budget doesn't seem to last all month. Thanks again for a chance at this.

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  67. I can imagine that there are a lot of us that would be so willing and thankful to take these pretties off your hands. My first thought for these is, they would play nicely with some of my mediums and darks that I intend to make mug rugs, placemats, and lap quilts for charity. Your work is beautiful, Thelma, and your blog creates lots of inspiration! One day when I have a bit more time in my day .... thank you.

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  68. *rolling on the floor laughing!!! IF only one person comments...(more laughter) I would love to be the recipient of such a lovely box. I may use a few for myself, however see several that would work into our Quilts of Valor group for sure. Thank for sharing and being so generous!

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  69. I would love to win this box of fabric. I am getting together what I need to make a scrappy quilt from Evelyn Sloppy's book 40 Fabulous Quick Cut Quilts.

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  70. You are far too kind and generous...my stash is pretty full, but my guilds charity group would be able to make good use of these. We make quilts for the local battered women's group. So often they have had to flee for their lives in the middle of the night with nothing but the clothes on their backs. It helps these women and their children to know that somebody cares and gives them something warm and comforting to call their own. Patty E

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  71. Wow! How generous you are! Those fabrics look lovely to me and are the ones I seem to run out of first.

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  72. Wow that's a lot of fat quarters. I'm tidying at the moment and all I've cleared so far are some bits of wadding and scraps. Bigger yardage has been cut into strips for a scrappy trip around the world strip swap.

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  73. I have the perfect spot for the fabric... right in a quilt! I am already thinking about possibilities. Thank you for having a giveaway!

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  74. Wow....what a lucky person who wins that box of fat quarters......I would love to have it arrive at my house.....LOL it would make a wonderful cream on cream quilt.......thanks for such a great giveaway....

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  75. They look beautiful to me and I would LOVE to sew them into something very pretty! You are so sweet to give them to one of us followers!
    Good Luck to all!!

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  76. I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your neutrals! I was cleaning my studio this week and discovered I have less than 10 "neutral" fabrics. I seem to be drawn to dark, bolder colors. I guess those are just more fun to buy. I want to use some of my out-of-control red stash but have nothing that works for backgrounds!

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  77. Are you sure you want to give these away? This is so nice of you to do. I would love to be the lucky person as I love shirting and civil war prints! Thank you, and I hope I win! the numbers and letter to make a comment on your blog are difficult to see. Just thought I would mention it.

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  78. Thelma -- what a generous offer. I'd love to be included.

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  79. Thelma you are on my favorites list and you are an inspiration. I am excited to see we have several books in common for future projects.. you inspire me to finish those adhd projects in the works. Love your work would be excited to add a bit of Thelma's stash to my projects..Donna

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  80. Those are exactly the kind of non-descript fabrics I don't have in my stash but always seem to need. Cunt me in for the drawing.

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  81. Thelma, what wonderful colors. I am always drawn to them for some reason. Please include me in your give-away. Thanks for your generousity!

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  82. It looks like there lots of great lights for scrap quilting! You can count me in. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  83. I would be interested. You are so generous to share!

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  84. I read your blog every day and always look forward to seeing what you're working on. I would love to have a box of fabric! Thank you for your generous offer!

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  85. Oh lordy these are perfect for a "low volume" project I am working towards. You are always so generous, Thelma! Fingers crossed for meeee!

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  86. My first thought when I saw the stack of fabric was "YUM". I love neutrals and would love a chance to win such a generous gift! But, if I win, please let me at least pay for the shipping!

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  87. How generous of you! I need some light colored fabrics for a project. I always buy "colors" and forget the lights. Sweet of you to give the fabric away.
    Hugs,
    Donna

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  88. I would love to give these fabrics a new home! I have all kinds of colored fabric but never enough neutrals. I would love to use these fabrics in my future quilts. And of course, I would be glad to swap some other fabrics with you!!!

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  89. I'm afraid you have more then one quilter that needs some neutral fabrics. I should love to have these.
    jmkinshella@gmail.com

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  90. Sure, I'd love your box of FQ's. They would be put to good use and will even share some with friends. Thanks for being so generous.

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  91. I'm always willing to adopt some orphan fabric. These are the types of fabric that I'm low on so they would make a great addition to the stash.

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  92. Oh, I would love to have these fabrics. They are just what I've been looking for for my next quilt. I do have some in between fabrics, but I need a few more to even things out.

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  93. I am sadly low on these neutral fabrics so would love to give them a new home - thanks for having such a great giveaway!!

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  94. Now, you know there would be dozens interested in this. Come on, Mr. random Generator..i need neutrals!

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  95. What a wonderful treat for fellow quilters! I would love to put those fabrics to good use! Thank you for your generosity! :)

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  96. Oh my goodness! What a great giveaway and one I would love to receive. I would be ever so appreciative!!

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  97. THANKS FOR SHARING!
    LOVE YOUR BLOG!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  98. This opportunity could not have come at a better time for me. I have almost depleted my grouping of these "off shades" of neutrals with making 2 quilts. This would make me a happy quilter to replenish my stash without spending and it would make DH jump for joy! Thank for the opportunity and thanks for sharing with other quilters! I've always quilters are the best at loving and sharing and this proves it. ninepatch@hotmail.com

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  99. Holy smokes - way to destash! I'd love to get some more neutrals/low volume prints in my life - thanks for your generosity!

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  100. How generous! I wish I was in your position to de-stash! Kjw

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  101. How do you do it? I can hardly bear to cut into my fabric to make anything, but to give it away? I would love to give your fabric a new home. I have a cat, but I don't think he will mind.

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  102. Exactly what I am missing in my stash so would be perfect
    I am in Uk but happy to pay the postage
    Chris

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  103. omg, how can u ever decide what to part with? i promise i would give your lovely fabric a warm and loving home lol. you do awesome work. thanks for this wonderful opportunity

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  104. Wow! what a lovely group of fabrics! I would so give them a loving home! thank you for the contest!
    Pam

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  105. Thelma, I would love to win these. Thanks for this generous giveaway.

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  106. They would have a very good home here as i'm a newby on this quilting road. (I will gladly pay postage to the UK.)

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  107. I would love to give your fabric a new home! Thanks for the generous giveaway!

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  108. Oh goodness Thelma!~ those are just the colors I have been searching for! :-o I would put them to use right away. Thank you for the chance!

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  109. Would be so excited to be the adoptive quilter of your fabrics! Will pay shipping to Canada.

    Thanks
    Kerry

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  110. Those are the fabrics I always need and never remember to buy due to the Quilter ADD that draws me to "pretty colors".........Love the opportunity to win.....Love your blog even though I am not a commenter often. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  111. I have been collecting similar colors for a project I have in mind. You are very generous to even consider giving these away!

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  112. I would love the opportunity to utilize these fabrics! I'm trying to expand the types of fabrics I have in my stash (right now it's overwhelmed with Christmas prints) and I think these would fit perfectly. Thank you!

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  113. OHHHH I would love love love these!

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  114. I would love to have those fabrics move to a new home in Kansas. My two cats would find real pleasure in sniffing little whiffs of Cooper. This is a great way to 'weed out' the stash. Thank you. Gayle

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  115. I would love to use those beautiful fabrics. I have several scrappy quilts in the works that those would be perfect for. Thank you for the chance!

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  116. Thelma that is so generous! I am running out of room in my stash closet to store new fabric and you have given me a great idea on how to "destash" - I am going to go through the closet and see what I would like to give away. In a sense it is almost like a Pay It Forward! I don't need any more fabric (I don't have room!)so if you draw my name please draw again.
    Marian

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  117. I use those kind of prints all the time. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  118. How generous of you and love those in between's! I'm wanting to make a log cabin quilt so think those would work just great.

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  119. I definitely could put those to good use! ;)

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  120. I would do back flips for that little collection! :) I'm HAPPY to help w/ your spring cleaning!!! Thanks for the chance to win!
    welchrobin@hotmail.com
    ~Robin

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  121. Wow, it looks like lots of people are interested! I would love the fabric, I have a project in mind that would be perfect for them. I am even willing to pay you for the shipping. Thanks so much!

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  122. I belong to a quilt group that makes quilts for cancer patients being treated at the chemotherapy department of our local hospital. We're always happy with donations of fabric to help us with this charity work. So if we were the recipients of all those fat quarters we could make a lot of people very happy. Thanks for the chance to help clear out some of your unwanted stash!
    Debbie R.

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  123. Yup, I am SEW interested!! Thanks for the chance!! Mr. UPS is my new BFF!
    Paulette

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  124. How generous of you to pass on so much fabric joy! This is also a good opportunity to see how many people "stalk" your blog but don't comment (I'm one of them) :-) I love your work!

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  125. Oh my!! These would be wonderful. I have several projects that they would fit nicely in. I'm with JoAnne I would pay the shipping cost.

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  126. I would love to make a new home for your fabrics. I've got LOTS of projects I could use them for :)
    TS in WI

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  127. New fabric is always welcome! These in between colors can sometimes be just what you need. Would love to win this give away.
    Marina.

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  128. What a generous offer - I would love to include these fat quarters into a donation quilt that I make every year to benefit our small fire department. Last years quilt made over $ 400 - thank you for the opportunity. Also, I love your blog - I check it every day.

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  129. Wow there appears to be ALOT of interest :)!!!!! I would love a chance to win as well please !!! LOVE your blog by the way !!!!!

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  130. I love any fabric ......... Your quilts are always beautiful. Thanks for the chance to win these.

    Judy

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  131. I guess Random Number Generator will be working on this one, for there is waaay more than one interested in your fabrics. Count me in!

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  132. Thelma, LOVE your blog and your quilts are amazing!! You are my first read every morning. I would love to adopt your box of fabric. Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  133. My quilt bee has just started a project making scrappy HST's from fat quarters that we'll then use to make quilts for charity. These would be perfect for that. Of course, I'm sure a few of them would end up in my stash as well! Thanks for the chance.

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  134. Ooh, count me in. I would love to win this! Thanks for allowing us to participate in your spring cleaning!

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  135. Those are lovely, I would love to have them. Thanks for the chance.

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  136. Thanks for your kind generous offer. I would love to win. It would be fun to brighten these long, cold winter days waiting for a box of goodies.

    Jen/AK

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  137. I once found a stash of fat quarters at a garage sale and I thought I was the luckiest person alive!!! I think my middle name is scrappy! Love your blog and quilts.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  138. Thanks for the opportunity!!! I love inheriting fabric and would so love to win!

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  139. I would put these fabrics to good use. Thanks for sharing!

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  140. I would love to give these fabrics a new home as fabric is so expensive in Germany! Thanks for the chance and I would pay for the shipping costs. Greetings, Inka from Germany
    inka(dot)mangels(at)elaborate-consult(dot)de

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  141. I would love to be included in the chance for these (assuming that USPS will mail to New Zealand for NZPost to actually deliver the parcel...)
    sewgeeky13(at)gmail(dot)com
    :-)

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  142. I would love to add 125 fat quarters to my stash!! Thank you for the opprotunity.
    Tracy
    tracer28@bellsouth.net

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  143. I could see a quilt made out of just these. I am very interested.

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  144. Would love to use these fabrics in some of my charity quilts. Our guild does a lot of special quilts for the needy and these would add to them. Thank you for the opportunity.
    I do have an American address for shipping.
    Marge

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  145. Oh Thank you Thelma.

    Yes I would love to have this gorgeous fabrics

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  146. YES OH YES would love to have a 125 fat quarters to add to my growing stash!!
    Louise

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  147. Heck yeah! Would love your FQs!

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  148. That is quite a collection! If it comes my way, some of it will go to my guild's service quilts.

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  149. I'm #145 to leave a comment... looks like you'll have to do the random method. Did you really think that no one would be interested? Thanks for the chance at winning... I'm sure I speak for all of us when I tell you that you can spring clean anytime!

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  150. These are exactly the colors my stash is lacking! When I buy fabric, I find I am drawn to bright, light, or intense colors; so when I need a medium neutral I'm usually out of luck. Thanks for the chance at these.

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  151. Hi Thelma, I'm your sister in mourning the end of football. I love fall for football and quilting and would love to use your neutrals to use in a quilt while rooting for my favorite QB's. I'd gladly pay for shipping also. Thanks for a chance at your generous giveaway! Yvonne

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  152. Actually, those look like just the kind of colors I like. I would love to win this. Thanks.

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  153. Oh gosh Thelma - I'm definitely interested in those fabrics. I use a lot of those types and never seem to have enough.

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  154. I would LOVE the fabric!
    It looks great!
    Thanks!

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  155. Pretty stash fabrics... I'm sure lots of people would love to adopt them! Spring cleaning already?

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  156. Who wouldn't love some extra fabric! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  157. Wow, what a spectacular thing to do!

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  158. Love the fabrics and would love to win, the only problem is it seems like everyones give-aways always go to people with blogs, not us everyday folk!!
    Hoping my luck changes.
    Lauren in IL

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  159. Wow - what a cleaning! They look like they could make a great quilt all by themselves. Please add me to the giveaway! Thanks so much!

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  160. As a mama of four wonderful but active boys, because I rarely get to go buy fabric these days now, I'd jump on the opportunity to "win" a stash of fat quarters! I love the feel of new fabrics! ;-)

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  161. There can never be too much fabric! Thanks for the chance.

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  162. What a wonderful addition to any stash!

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  163. I would love to win your fat quarters. What a wonderful giveaway. Helen VL

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  164. That looks like a box of happiness to me! Would love to receive it!

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  165. What a lovely box of fabrics. I don't think any read too "medium". I think they would all look fabulous in a log cabin quilt. I think they would be a wonderful addition to my lights.

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  166. Random Number generator: I need neutrals and lights! And you thought you'd only get one reply. You have such a cleavor Blog.

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  167. What a wonderful giveaway!! Please count me in!!!

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  168. Looks like great fabric for my stash, and some of it for the present quilt project. Go Random Number Generator!

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  169. These dusty colors are right up my alley; I would love to be the very lucky winner!

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  170. Hi Thelma,

    Please count me in your giveaway. If I can't use the fabrics in my quilts I will donate them to my guild for our charity quilts. No fabric gets unused around here!

    Thanks! Bonnie

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  171. Wonderful i hope I am not too late ......

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  172. Dear Thelma, I would be happy to provide a forever home for your fabrics Thank you for the chance.

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  173. Oh my! There are never enough neutrals in my stash!! I love a chance to win them.

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  174. Would love to entered in your giveaway. Neutrals ugly or not are always needed.

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  175. I would love!! your giveaway. I actually prefer a little darker fabric than light. Thanks!

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  176. Those look beautiful. They would make a great blended quilt. You must have the tidiest sewing room!
    Thanks for the chance!

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  177. Wow! These would be a great boost to my stash. I don't have a lot of neutrals and these would get a great home here in South Carolina. I'd like to use the to help my quilt guild make some charity quilts.

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  178. I would love a chance to enter your giveaway.....thanks for the chance. I know I could find some way to use these!!!!!

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  179. Looks like you'll have to do a drawing. Are you surprised by the overwhelming response to your giveaway? I promise to give a warm welcome to those fabrics, if they happen to come my way. Thanks for this very exciting and generous giveaway.

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  180. Hi Thelma.
    Would be happy to give these fabrics a good home, and more than happy to pay the postage to Australia!! Many thanks for the chance.

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  181. Just the fabrics that are lacking in my stash! Thanks for the chance to sew with them!! I so enjoy reading your blog, Thelma, and I LOVE RED!!!!

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  182. These FQs are what I am missing in my stash. It is generous of you to offer the opportunity for someone to win them & put them to use in a quilt.

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  183. I am very interested! Please enter me in the drawing. Thank you for your generous giveaway!

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  184. I am just laughing at how many people have commented! We are all a bunch of fabri-holics!!

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  185. WOW!!!! I have recently returned to quilting and have made many quilts for Project Linus. Free fabric = more quilts for kids (and more fun for me). I call that a win-win situation. I hope I win the fabric.

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  186. Can’t believe how many fabri-holics there are out there and I guess I am one too.

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  187. Our church group makes little fabric bears for the local children's hospital. We would love to have them to use!

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  188. I am a fairly new quilter and would love to increase my stash. Thanks for giving this fabric away.

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  189. Looks like great fabric to me... Love your blog , by the way..

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  190. Hi Thelma, ok ok I'll bite the bullet and take those fat quarters off your hands. It's a sacrifice, but I can do it. Lol. I see a few I already have and they would work great in my stash. Actually, a friend and I will share if you pick me. Thanks for a great give away.

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  191. Wow what a response you got! Yes, I too, would love to have your Fat Quarter Bundle of "Not Too Uglies"! Thanks for the giveway

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  192. I would so so so love to win these neutrals!! Thank you for the opportunity! I love you!

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  193. What a fun idea!I am hosting a get-together with a group of my quilting buddies and would be so fun to divvy them up!

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  194. Wow - what a generous offer from you. As a new quilter without stash, this is a very interesting opportunity. Thanks -- mary jb.

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  195. Yes, I would love to win those fat quarters. I have been into making scrappy quilts and they would be perfect. I love your blog, check it most every day. Also love your quilts. cab in AR

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  196. My passion is scrappy when it comes to quilts. Our quilt guild sews quilts for quilts of valor, crisis quilts , lap quilts for nursing homes and many other needs in our community. I would be honored to pass them on to them if our number comes up (random number generator that is! Ha!)

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  197. Thelma, I'm sure every quilter would love some beautiful fabric, it's an addiction you know. I think we've (quilters) all got it bad. Thanks so much for such a generous offer. If I were to win I'd pay shipping, I couldn't afford to buy all of that cottony goodness. ;->

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  198. WOW...you have gotten a lot of comments! It's a good thing to purge every once in a while and give the fabrics you're not using a good home.
    It's cold and we're supposed to get snow in NJ but we would welcome those fabrics here :)
    Come on...don't be ascared of a litte snow....
    Peggy

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  199. What a generous give a way!! I would love to win! Doris

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