Monday, November 30, 2015

Scraps Looking For A New Home!

We've been very busy little fabric cutters here, and have once again generated a lot of scraps.  I love scraps and have plenty, so I'd like to send three boxes of fabric scraps to a good home!  

Do you know anyone who would like to adopt a box of scraps?  

Perhaps YOU would take delivery of one of my loaded boxes of fabric scraps??

Each of the three boxes are filled to the top with various sizes of scraps...all from a variety of my fabric lines with Marcus Fabrics.  And you know just how wonderful Marcus Fabrics are!!

To enter for a chance to win a box of scraps, just leave a comment for me right here on my blog.  

Tell me what size quilt is your favorite to make.  

Do you make doll quilts most often?  

Or, are lap/throw size the quilts you have loads of?  

Are Queens and Kings at the top of your list?
  
Perhaps tablerunners are what makes you happy!!

 Leave your comment before midnight Thursday, December 3rd.  I'll choose three winners and get these boxes off to their new homes!  (I'm sorry, for complete transparency and fairness, I am unable to include email entries.)

Thank you all for helping me find a great home to send my scraps.  Quilter's are the best people, and so I'm sure they will be well cared for!  Teehee!!


577 comments:

  1. Lately I've been making more small quilt projects since discovering your Prairie Women's Sewing Circle. I love your fabrics and would love to incorporate some of your scraps into my projects. Thanks so much for the chance to win.

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  2. My favorite quilt is a lap size because they are so versatile and don't take forever (smile) to finish.
    I want to make Kim Brackett's Past and Present pattern which would look so nice with your fabric lines. You are so kind to part with this fabric.

    Jan

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  3. Wow! You have been busy :) I love quilts of all sizes!! I'd love to make more large quilts but it's tough to get them machine quilted. I really enjoy hand quilting and am hoping to pick up the speed a little :) So smaller quilts, minis and table runners seem to be all I'm finishing lately. Thank you for the chance to win some scraps!

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  4. I have to say that most quilts I make are bed size but have made lap and baby size.
    This is a cool idea.

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  5. Oh, I'd love your scraps! By far my favourite quilts to make are queen sized because they are usable. A close second would probably be throws. Thanks for this chance.

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  6. My favorite size is wall hangings and lap quilts. I also like make making smaller size square quilts, 36inches, to use in the middle of my dining room table. Love to make small items also.

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  7. Lap quilts, table runners, small quilts are Always calling my name! Scraps are so perfect for my projects. Pick me, please!

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  8. Miniatures are so much fun, but honestly, I love them all. You see the colors, patterns, and you just have to make it no matter what size!

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  9. Lately I've been making traditional bed size quilts, but also love making doll size quilts and placemats and table runners. Would love to win one of those scrappy boxes.

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  10. My favorite size quilt is a lapsize, table toppers, and minis. I use my scraps to make my minis! I never make king size and only occasionally a queen. Thanks for the opportunity to win your scraps!

    Sandy

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  11. I like BIG quilts I cannot lie! I tend to make queen and king sized. I love, love, love scrap quilts so your box of scraps would soon be lovingly chopped up and in a scrappy quilt! Thank you for the opportunity to win this wonderful box!

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  12. I work with all sizes but my favourite is mini quilts. They are so much fun.

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  13. My favorites to make are about twin size--big enough for a bed, but not too big for the couch while reading!

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  14. My favorite quilts to make are miniatures but I make quilts in all sizes. Whatever strikes my fancy. I enjoy your website and your fabrics and patterns. Thanks for offering your scraps.
    Nancy W

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  15. My favorite size is Lap quilts. I use scraps that I get from others to make lap quilts that are donated to shelters or given to someone just because.

    Rebecca

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  16. I always start out thinking that I will make something small like a crib size.... But they grow:)! And since I make my quilts scrappy there is always the thought " what would this block look like in another color combo"? So most of my quilts are bed size!!!

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  17. I love to make quilts of all sizes using lots of color and design elements. Your website and blog are so inspiring.
    Happy Quilting, Sue

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  18. Scrappy wall quilts are my favorite size to make - perhaps a little bigger than doll sized. And the scrappier the better IMHO! LOL

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  19. I prefer smaller sized projects. I have a lot of doll-sized and smaller wall hanging sizes (18 x 20 inches) that I hang and switch out in my living room. I also love doing table toppers for my end tables and table runners. I would rather do lap size or throw size quilts since they are easier to manage for me to quilt on my home sewing machine, but I have to admit that I do also have a few full/queen size toppers to finish up into quilts as well.

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  20. I will gladly help you out and take all those scraps off your hands.

    I make more lap/queen size than anything.

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  21. I have been enjoying using up my Marcus scraps and would some new ones. I make mostly lap size (or couch throw) quilts as well as love to work small wallhangings with bitty blocks.

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  22. I usually make lap size, or a twin once in a while, almost always scrappy. What a great giveaway,thank you.

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  23. I work with a group of women who quilt for charity so we would use any and all scraps. Our quilts range from table runners, baby and the whole gamut. Thank you for the opportunity to win. Hope your day is awesome.

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  24. I make mainly lap quilts for gifts but larger quilts for the home. Trying to make `Dear Jane` quilt but this is an on going project. Happy Stitching.

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  25. I make all sizes, so far this year I have made two full size quilts, a twin size, a baby quilt and a table runner. I have some others working toward the flimsy stage, too. I love doll quilts but haven't had time for them this year. I love scraps, so I would enjoy giving one of your boxes a good home. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  26. I enjoy making lap and baby quilts for charity. I'm finding it a great way to improve my skills and help others at the same time.

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  27. HELLO, I make placemats+runners a lot for my family+friend members! But my Passion is Baby Quilts for Charity. Just counting up for 2015 and I've made+gifted 22 Baby Quilts! Thank You for your Blog,Inspiration and Giveaway! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  28. I mostly make baby quilts but, I try to get a few lap quilts finished every year. Sometimes I need a quick quilting fix and I'll make a table runner to test an idea. Thanks for the generous giveaway. ;-> Toni Anne

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  29. Oh, I'd love your scraps! By far my favourite quilts to make are queen sizes. Thanks for this chance.
    Liana. fancyandpoor@yahoo dot com

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  30. When I quilt I also save the scraps to make smaller quilts for charity thru my quilt quild. I also love the look of a nice scrap quilt. Thanks for the opportunity to maybe add to my scrap stash. wofforddeborah62@gmail.com

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  31. I like making lap quilts because they can be completed so swiftly. Miniatures are a close second. Thank you for a chance for more of your lovely trimmings.

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  32. How generous of you Pam! I understand if you don't want to mail to England tho :-)
    I like small quilts about 45" square. I have a wall behind my sofa in the lounge, I hung a rail on 2 hooks and change my display quilt whenever I want to enjoy something different.

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  33. I like making bed quilts twin to queen, quilts that can be used on my children's beds. But, I must admit that I make more doll size quilts than bed quilts. Doll quilts are so quick and easy to get done and I love seeing projects get done! Thanks for the chance to win some great scraps.

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  34. My favorite size seems to be a lap or throw size. I have a mystery quilt pattern that just finished, and an other one starting in January that will use all scraps, so these would be wonderful! Thanks for the giveaway chance!

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  35. Pam I mostly make wall hangings , 42x42, lots of table toppers and tons of baby quilts for the Salvation Army Angels

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  36. I have loads of each size, except queen-size. I need to make another one of those since we just changed one of our formerly twin-bed bedrooms into a guest room, with a queen-sized bed. I love to make minis. Something about the quick fix of finishing one of those in no time.

    Would love to add your scraps to my current leader/ender, destined to be queen-sized tumbler quilt.

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  37. I make all sizes of quilts, but my most recent projects have been baby quilts.

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  38. Oh my goodness! I'm a scrap lover, especially other people's scraps; I get so tired of seeing my same scraps. I love to make small quilts but like a size you can get under while watching tv. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  39. Oh my, how generous and wonderful. I love making doll, lap/throw, and table runner quilts. 'Did make a baby crib quilt recently also. I would love to win a box of scraps :)

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  40. I would love to give your scraps a home. Marcus brothers and you have such pretty fabric. I like to make full/queen size quilts. The scrappier they are the better. Thank you for the chance..

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  41. I never turn down a box of scraps. Would love to adopt yours.
    frog2quilt@gmail.com

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  42. I'd love to win one of your scrap boxes. I make large, king size quilts...all scrappy. Right now I'm in the middle of a clamshell quilt and no two fabrics are alike. I have 35 rows done so far with 26 clams per row. I need 12 more rows to fit the bed. These scraps would sure help. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  43. Your scraps are just calling my name. I love, love, love your choice of fabrics. Mostly I make lap quilts but have also made many bed sized quilts. I am planning to make some doll quilts this year as well.

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  44. Send the scraps my way, don't think any have lived in NW as yet. I make various sizes, it's what the mood strikes me.

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  45. I would love to receive your scraps. I tend to make a lot of "nap" size or comfort quilts but lately I also seem to be hooked on making small projects whether doll size quilts, table runners, zip bags or totebags. My bigger quilts always seem to have "trimmings" that can become something small. Thanks for the chance to win. Ursula

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  46. I would love to win your box of scraps. Right now I am making small quilts which I love. Scrappy quilts are my favorite and your scraps would fit in perfectly.

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  47. I'm addicted to scraps and remnants! I love fabric. I'm pretty new to the quilting world and am only on my 3rd quilt. I have made 2 lap/full size quilts and a baby quilt. Thank you for the opportunity!

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  48. I like to make queen sized quilts for gifts.The scrappier the better.

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  49. I would love to adopt some of your scraps! I love to make queen size quilts the best. Helen helenbruce45@hotmail.com

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  50. I'm still a relatively new quilter - entering my 2nd year of full on quilting and so far I seem to make a lot of large throws (54" by 60 or 72") or queen size. I've made 11 quilts so far. Each quilt has been getting better and harder and, interestingly, scrappier.

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  51. Wendy in NH
    I like the variety of working in different sizes but most often do bed sized quilts. I don't find much use for the throw size. I'd like to see your box of scraps on my doorstep! One quilters scraps is another's treasure lol. (Stdpoodle@aol.com)

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  52. I love making full size bed quilts....I like them scrappy and utilitarian.....throw them in the washing machine - fluff in the dryer and snuggle down sort of quilts. So would I love some Marcus scrap fabric ???.....why certainly!!!

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  53. I really enjoy lap/throw sized. I especially enjoy seeing several of them in use on the couch in the winter...makes me smile!

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  54. I've made all sizes, including runners, but my preference is bed size quilts, typically greater than 65 or 70 inches, either direction. Thank you for offering to share your treasures with perfect strangers!

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  55. This past year seems to be the year I've been finishing up my queen sized quilts - but my queens are around 98"x98" cause I don't like sharing my covers! (besides DH is a quilt hog! lol!) - but I also enjoy lap sized quilts - they just look great on the back of my sofa!

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  56. I enjoy making all sizes of quilts but lately have been making bed sized quilts most often. Thanks for the chance to win some of your scraps!
    maureeneh52@hotmail.com

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  57. I prefer to make lap to queen sized quilts because I believe somebody of some size should be able to cover up with them! Love scrappy quilts and would love to receive a box of your scraps!

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  58. Seems I am making a lot of baby quilts lately! But I do like the throw/wall hanging size. Can use them easier and doesn't take as long to quilt. Excited to see your upcoming projects - and I loved Tucker! - Sandy C

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  59. Wow!!! I would die for a box of your scraps!!! I love making hexagons...on my to do list is a hexagon pictures!!! Those scraps would be perfect!! I also do appliqué pillow, ornaments, etc!
    Again, thanks so much and Merry Christmas!!!!
    Ellen Sharp

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  60. One man's trash is another man's treasure - so happy to have the chance to win your scraps! I love making all sizes - I find the smaller ones a fun challenge and the larger ones are a good excuse to delve into bigger amounts of fabric :-) [It's ok if you don't post overseas!]

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  61. I love making treasures from scraps. I've been working hard on quilts or my niece, sons and daughter in law. One can never have enough scraps. :)

    Thank yu for offering the scraps.

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  62. I seem to gravitate toward lap/throw quilts that are scrappy in nature, but have a theme to them. Love your scraps so much! I would really give them a good, warm, loving home.
    Thanks for the chance to share the joy.
    Nettie from Spanish Fork, UT nettiecrain@live.com

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  63. Bed quilts in a Full/Queen size is what I make the most of. But, I enjoy making lap quilts, wall hangings, and pillows. If it can be made with fabric, I love it!

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  64. oh they would fit right in here in lobsterville usa! my favorite quilt? would have to be one that fits a 2 yard, 90" wide muslin backing...plus don't get bored making more smaller quilts rather than a few humongous size (thinking king!).....and i do make doll quilts and some runners and wallhangings too....but for bed size, gotta fit that backing....

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  65. Those are wonderful boxes of scraps. I make from baby ( for future grand children's babies) to Queen size. Thanks, Nancy P.

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  66. My most frequently made tops (completed) are lap and twin bed sized. I make for family to use when they're reading, watching TV, sitting on their porches, etc. I have a number of larger projects "in the works" (read: UFOs) and am committed in 2016 to complete some of them. Never really made doll sized quilts but do make table runners all the time. Would LOVE to "re-home" one of your scrap boxes to my house!! Linda H at Canends@Hotmail.com

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  67. Oh Yes Please since I'm lucky #63! Squeal!
    I love to make table runners, tehn some doll sized quilts and then what ever else I can incorporate them into whatever other lovelies I can squeak out of the scraps. LOL
    Did you know that scraps multiply?!!!!.

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  68. I make more lap throw and wallhanging size quilts after I discovered I was running out of storage for larger quilts.

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  69. Hi Pam,
    I love making quilts and decorative quilted items for my family. For my family, I make mostly king size quilts or twin size for my grandchildren. I've made a few lap size with special meanings also. For example, my children are all adopted and so are my grandchildren. A couple of years ago, I found these awesome printed fabrics that had quotes about adoption, so I made a large lap size for my daughter. I was so emotional, I cried when I gave it to her!

    I also love working with my church's charity quilting ministry. We make quilts for the local homeless shelters as well as sending them with people to other countries. Last year alone, I made almost 100 quilts for local people. Most of the quilts we make there are twin size and baby/child size. Because of the volume needed (several hundred each year), our charity quilts are mostly hand-tied.

    My favorite quilt of all is the Scattered Leaves pattern of yours that I made in batiks in a king size. I get so many compliments on it.

    Any time you have scraps, I would LOVE to take them. I can use all the scraps I can get!

    Thanks so much!
    Karen Pollard
    KarenP3720@aol.com

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  70. I love scraps and cut them into workable sizes as I go. I mostly make smaller quilts -- table toppers, baby quilts and throws, some easy and some with hand applique, which I can carry with me when I visit friends. Thanks for the opportunity to win these scraps -- looking forward to see your next project!

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  71. After 35 years of quilting I now do mostly little quilts. Machine piece and hand quilt. Love your fabrics. Thanks for a chance to win. Have a wonderful holiday season.

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  72. I sew a variety of projects but this year I've sewn 2 throw quilts (72x72) and a tablerunner as gifts. My current project is a sampler quilt from a BOM--it's just waiting for the borders. The scrap box would find many other fabrics from your designs here. Thanks for a chance in the giveaway. clara-chandler@att.net

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  73. What an awesome giveaway! That could be my Christmas present😊! What a treasure it would be. I love to make small quilts...smaller than 45" square probably because I can quilt them easily and display them on my walls. Thank you for all that you do!

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  74. I love to make all different sized quilts. Lately I have been making seasonal quilt tops for my kitchen and dining room tables. My next project is piecing my Crabapple Hill "Over the River" pattern with your American Gothic fabric line. I am hoping all the different shades of black and neutrals will compliment the pattern

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  75. I love making scraps quilts in either King or Queen size, but often end up using some scraps to make lap quilts to donate. My home would welcome your scraps!
    Vicki

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  76. I really like 'useful' quilts so I usually do throw or queen size. I will do small ones as a learning experience.
    I would love scraps!

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  77. I don't have a preference.... how weird is that??? And, I actually like to do the binding.... weird, I know. I thank you for sharing your passion with us... always inspiring and envy inducing.... thanks for sharing your scraps. I know whoever is gifted with them will be thrilled to the marrow! Here's to a fantastic Christmas time to you and yours.

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  78. I LOVE scraps! Use them in all sorts of projects--wall hangings, pillows, tablerunners, doll quilts, and throw quilts--lately have made so many small projects. Keeping my fingers crossed! ...sigh...

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  79. I mostly make lap size quilts. Currently I am planning one for my 3rd son's graduation from college. My last quilt was for my 92 year old mom. I love sharing my love for quilting with my family and friends. Would love to have you share your love of fabric with me.

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  80. Oh gosh, I don't think I have a favorite size. I tend to gift lap size quilts (who, doesn't need a quilt to snuggle under). I get the most gratification from bed size quilts but, love decorating with various smaller quilts, that pretaining to the seasons.

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  81. Oh gosh, I don't think I have a favorite size. I tend to gift lap size quilts (who, doesn't need a quilt to snuggle under). I get the most gratification from bed size quilts but, love decorating with various smaller quilts, that pretaining to the seasons.

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  82. I mostly do lap size as they are a quicker sew, but have done a few larger.ones

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  83. I am a newbie and love to make small quilts like wall hangings, table toppers, place mats and mug rugs. I am really hoping to be able to make my first throw size quilt this coming year. I would love to adopt one of your boxes of heavenly scraps...I promise they will be well loved and cared for!!

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  84. Lap-queen size for family gifts....however love making miniatures out of scraps!

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  85. My favorite size is lap....I love to fold them over a chair or sofa....at the end of a bed...over a door...they are VERY versatile:) Jackie Moore

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  86. As I have some difficult to quilt big quilts this year I made Small quilts (baby size) and table runners, Tucker Pocket quilt was my first mini. (need to finish it) The scrappier the best, I love scraps and the 3 boxes you are givingaway look like treasure. Hugs

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  87. I'm afraid I like all sizes!! :-)

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  88. Bed quilts in a Full/Queen size is what I make the most of. But, I enjoy making lap quilts, wall hangings, and pillows. If it can be made with fabric, I love it!

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  89. I usually make large quilts - because they are often inspired by antique quilts . The process is very important to me - lots of hand work and enjoying the challenge of it all - so they often take a while to make. Always happy to help find a home for other people's scraps - thanks for the chance :)

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  90. I love making quilts of all sizes. At present I am focussing on miniature quilts as I enjoy the challenge of using small pieces of fabric and ensuring accuracy. A great way to use up those boxes of small fabric scraps. You are very generous with your giveaway. Thank you

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  91. I make queen size quilts, but now i am making table runners and toppers for all my antique tables dresser and kitchen furniture to keep them warm too

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  92. I make tons of table runners & wall hangings. Very few queen & zero king size quilts. I also like to make throw/lap size quilts but I currently have about 20 tops that need to be quilted. I quilt those sizes with my checkbook & since it's on a fixed income, I can't get but 1 or 2 a year quilted. But for me, it's the journey I enjoy, rather than the destination! Would love some of YOUR scraps to add to mine! Love your colors! (jbquiltz@gmail.com)

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  93. I love all sizes of quilts and have made some in many different sizes, but my favorite to make are the smaller ones, like tabletoppers and wallhangings. You can try out so many more patterns and color combinations that way. And easier to store!
    Thanks for a chance for a great giveaway. Scraps are always so fun to work with.

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  94. My new most favorite sized quilts are small ones. My very good friend JoAnn in Massachusetts introduced me to Jo Morton's Little Women Club last year and I've been having fun via long distance (I'm in Idaho). I like the precision I can achieve in my little blocks and have been able to fine tune my stitching. Table runners are a super size for me too. Your fabric line goes great with Jo Morton's and I've been having fun mixing them together.

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  95. I promise to give every single scrap the best home ever. My love is miniatures. I live in a tiny house so space is limited. My tiny quilts fit right in.
    What I have been doing lately though is working with my bee making twin size quilts for our local VA hospital. So every scrape helps on our pocketbooks. We have 12 tops done 6 of which I've quilted so far and 68 more to create and quilt. Thanks russhill@beecreek.net

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  96. I like minis and small quilts as I know I will finish them. I love doll quilts...I place them around my home. At flea markets I am always looking for doll beds or high chairs, etc. Be assured, I will love your fabric and will look at it every day in my sewing room. Thanks so much for the chance to win them. Sharon Lozano slozano5 at earthlink dot net.

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  97. I make lots of lap size quilts. I make many prayer quilts. I am always looking for fabrics to make quilts for men. Thanks for a chance to win some georgeous fabrics.

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  98. Thank you...that would be best Christmas ever!

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  99. I absolutely love scraps and love to make scrappy quilts so thank you so much for the chance to win them. I like making large quilts-usually queen. But I also make baby quilts for charity. Right now, I have started making a queen size quilt for each of my children. And, of course, they will be very scrappy.

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  100. I'm a new quilter and am excited to get working on some lap quilts. I put a top together a while back and I think I m brave enough to sandwich and machine quilt it. I have a few more patterns picked out and I know ill learn a lot#

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  102. BC again...sorry for the deleted comment. Still learning! Love all size of quilts. Scrappy quilts are a fav followed by red and white quilts. Thanks for this bit of fun today.

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  103. Gorgeous. Thanks so much for sharing. I tend to do queen size quilts and am always amazes at how quickly a small one comes together. lol.

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  104. Wow, a box of scraps! Heavenly. Scrap quilts are my favorite kind of quilt to make...I think it makes a quilt way more interesting to look at. Great giveaway!

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  105. Lap quilts for me are just right added with a table topper or twoThank you for your offer of scraps
    linda m

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  106. I love scrappy quilts & usually make queen or king. Recently my Daughter & Daughter-in-law each asked that I make a twin size quilt for each of their daughters, my beautiful granddaughters. So I thought I'd make a matching doll quilt to go with each one. They'll love it. Thank you for the chance to win your box of scraps!

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  107. Hi, I make charity quilts, for soldiers and needy people, usually throw size. I would be honored to receive scraps, even the selveges. Thank you,
    Kingcooper0001@aol.com, Carol

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  108. Hi, I make charity quilts, for soldiers and needy people, usually throw size. I would be honored to receive scraps, even the selveges. Thank you,
    Kingcooper0001@aol.com, Carol

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  109. I love to make scrappy lap to twin size quilts! Go quickly and make great gifts for the grandkids! Thanks so much for the chance to win a box of Pam Budapest scraps....eeeeeeeeee....so exciting!
    sydney120@aol.com

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  110. I enjoy making lap quilts and doll quilts. All are scrap quilts, I love using a lot of different fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  111. I used to make lap and queen size quilts but now am over the top with smalls and minis!!! Just love the look and challenge in making them. These scraps would be perfect for any of my little projects. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  112. What a fabulous and generous giveaway! Thank you for the opportunity. I am currently making mostly lap/throw quilts as I am working on them for everyone in the family--eventually. I haven't done much with large quilts due to the costliness. Happy quilting!

    Cathy ♥

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  113. Sorry about the Budapest....iPad is stupid,

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  114. My current quilt is my favorite size :) Baby quilts, king size quilts and lap quilts - I love them all. There is nothing better than someone else's scraps - unless of course it is someone who's fabric style I really like!! Thank you for this opportunity

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  115. I like to make oversized throw quilts with small pieces...those I can easily quilt on my home machine. Miniature quilts have begun to call my name too. Thanks so much for the chance to win a box of scraps to add to my mix!

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  116. I really like making lap quilts almost twin size really but bed quilts are best (full size).

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  117. Hi Pam: What a wonderful gift someone will get. I love to make everything from doll quilts to queen size quilts. I especially love doing English Paper Piecing. My favourite quilts are scrap quilts. I'm happiest when in my hand are needle, thread and fabric.

    Christine Gibbons gibbyc57@yahoo.com

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  118. I love scrappy quilts, all sizes. I make more lap sized quilts as that is the size most of my local charities need. I have a grand niece who is almost old enough to play with dolls, so I hope to have a few doll quilts in my near future! Thanks for your generosity. Judy jsigswor@gmail.com

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  119. I have a lot of scrappy quilts of various sizes. I like to make throws and wall hangings as they are easy to finish but always feel I should make them for my bed so I can change them out often. I would really like to make a bed runner. I have looked at various patterns, but haven't settled on one yet. If I get your scraps I will surely use them. I love the colors in your fabric lines. Patsy in Byron

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  120. It seems I start out with smaller quilts but sometimes I get carried away and they end up king size. I have done a lot of small quilts. I do enjoy making those too. I just like making quilts no matter the size.

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  121. I would LOVE to give your scraps a new home! I've been wanting to add to my reproduction fabric stash!! I have 5 sons and every time one of them lies down on the couch with a quilt, they complain that the quilt isn't long enough (throw size.) I have learned that I need to make queen size quilts, even for throw size purposes!!! But I do enjoy the speed of a doll size quilt so have to make them occasionally!

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  122. I like making lap sized quilts because they are easy for me to quilt on my home machine. Have taken an interest in miniature quilts, hoping to get some done this coming year. Would love to have some of your scraps to use in those mini quilts!! I have yet to sandwich and quilt the Market Day top I have. Your fabric lines are wonderful and I would love to make a scrappy quilt from them regardless of what size it ends up being. Thank you for the giveaway and enjoy the Christmas Season.

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  123. I love to decorate with quilts so I tend to like small/doll quilts and lap size quilts. And scrappy is my favorite so I'd love to add some of your scraps to my next project! Thanks!!!

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  124. I love to make lap size quilts the most. Would love to win your scraps to incorporate in my next project! Love your fabrics.

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  125. I tend to alternate between bed size and lap/baby size - I must admit I like to quilt the smaller ones more because it's easier to pin them on a table than crawling around on hands and knees on the floor! I have made only two mini quilts - for my grand daughter's dolls! I love your fabric lines - thank you for the chance to win your scraps!!

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  126. I love making scrappy any size quilts! And I love miniatures and doll quilts. I just hung 2 doll quilts on my studio wall. I rarely throw away my scraps as I am always using them in smaller projects.

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  127. I love wall quilts because they are quick (especially your quilt-alongs) but currently my goal is to make a bed size or throw size quilt for each of my three daughters and their husbands! I have already made smaller throws for the grandsons. I adore scrap quilts the most and often mix fabrics from different collections because I love the fabrics and don't like my quilts to be "matchy-matchy"! And I always include RED - my favorite color!

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  128. Scrap quilts are my favorite, so I would love to win yours! My favorite quilt size to make is a throw/lap size. You have all the fun of picking the perfect pattern and fabrics as a bed size quilt but it's much easier to finish! My second favorite is a baby quilt-the fabrics are so cute! I havn't made a miniature quilt before but I am getting the urge to try it after seeing so many lovely ones online. Thanks for the chance to win! Patty in MN

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  129. I love making scrap quilts. I make a lot of doll size and queen size. You can't jace to many scraps in your quilts.

    suebennett1975@gmail.com

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  130. Throw to twin size quilts are my favorite to make. I don't have much room to quilt and mainly do straight line quilting, so I like the smaller quilts. Thanks for the chance to "adopt" some of your scraps!

    Sandy A
    scotty4me39 (at) yahoo.com

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  131. I would love to be a foster mother to your box of scraps- my favorite quilt size is lap/throw quilts

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  132. Scrap quilts are my favorite. I need some new and different scraps as my quilts are starting to all look the same. Just purchased some of your new line called Antique Cottons to use in my current quilt a scrappy Churn Dash with 3" finished blocks. I usually make throw size or full size quilts as I quilt my own and can't wrestle the big ones on my domestic machine. Make quite a few smaller quilts as I lead the Jo Morton Little Women's Club at Roberts Sewing Center in Joliet.

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  133. Loving the little quilts-12"-30" each size. Great for stacking in adorable little piles.

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  134. I love scrap quilts. Not having access to a local quilt shop,scrap quilts were all my Mother and Grandmother ever made. No wonder I love them! I like to make quilts to decorate my home, so I
    choose the size that I need for a particular place. Thanks for a chance to win these beautiful pieces!

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  135. I mostly make lap quilts. They are a manageable size that I can finish in a pretty good time frame. Also with so many beautiful patterns out there I am able to do a lot of them at a smallish size! (I love scraps!)💕

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  136. I love to make lap quilts because I hand quilt all of them. Love your material because it fits the décor in my home.

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  137. I seem to be drawn to the lap size quilt. You can make them scrappy or planned (or controlled scrappy!). I like to hand quilt and lap quilts are a great size to tackle...not too big and not too small. Plus when you're done, you have a soft and supple quilt to snuggle under. Your fabrics are my favorites, Pam. Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  138. Scrap quilts are my favorite in twin or throw size. What a great gift this would be!

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  139. Hi Pam, I am anonymous above just in case I win.

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  140. Oh Pam....so very generous. Of late I have been tending toward lap size quilts and doll quilts. I finally have a granddaughter, so I have a wonderful recipient. However, I must admit I keep many doll size quilts for myself to use in decorating. So with all of that said, I would love to make your "foster boxes" a much loved part of our family.

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  141. Hi Pam, I am in heaven with a new granddaughter and it is my hope that one day she will love the fabric and quilting as much as her Mimi does. My grandmother always quilted with scraps as she felt all pieces deserved a good home in a quilt. So I would love to give your scraps a new home for my Lillian to snuggle up with and be loved. Thanks for the opportunity. Jac002us@yahoo.com

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  142. I mainly focus on queen size bed quilts, but lately I have made some smaller throw because I need some instant gratification. I am piecing the Settlers Puzzle right now. Thanks for the chance to enter to win the scraps. Merry Christmas

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  143. I usually make queen size quilts and also wall quilts. My 4-H sewing group is currently looking to make a quilt for our 4-H auction held in September and these "scraps" would be perfect! Love your quilts, patterns and fabrics!!! takr26@hotmail.com

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  144. I make mostly throw size quilts but am also in the habit of making a doll quilt from the scraps of each.
    And I would love to win a box of scraps!

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  145. I make a variety of sizes of quilts.Most all of the quilts I make go to the Iowa Veterans home,in 'Marshalltown,Iowa. The need quilts from wheelchair size up to twin size, for their almost 700 residents.
    There are many groups giving to today's service men, but my x - Marine husband favors remembering
    the older Veterans.

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  146. I'm a wall hanging and table topper gal. Then I am always switching them around☺️

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  147. I make lots of lap size and a little bigger to give away. My quilts are all scrappy. Love your fabrics and would love a box of your scraps. Thanks. Maymewyns@yahoo.com

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  148. I have loved scraps since I was old enough to sit up and play in mom's rag drawer. Scraps are like treasure to me. My favorite quilt size to make is a lap one. They don't take long to make, I can learn a different pattern and technique with each one and that way I can share more with family. Kings and queens are nice but take a while to make. I do a few wall hangings and have no grand daughters to give doll quilts to. Would love to win a box of your scraps. Thanks so much for sharing your bounty.
    smarte34 (at) msn.com

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  149. I would love to be the adoptive mom of your scraps. I enjoy making lap and throw size quilts best.

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  150. I'm a traditional, scrappy kind of girl - the more fabrics the more interesting the project so would love to win one of your box of scraps!. I usually try ideas in table runner size and then go for a twin or queen size. Thanks for all you do for the quilting world!

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  151. I love wool and primitive quilts, I also love scrappy quilts and civil war fabric. I make mostly lap size and wall hangings, some table covers and candle mats and mug rugs. I think I like to see my finished products quickly and don't have patience for queen or king size.

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  152. We can never have too many scrapes! As the saying goes:"when life gives you scrapes.. Make a quilt! lol. I like making Doll Size & Lap Size quilts. Thanks for sharing!

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  153. Love your fabrics! I like to make throw size quilts. I enjoy your blog.

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  154. I would love to have a box of scraps from your fabrics! I have been making little quilts lately. I like how quickly they are completed. I also love being able to make a variety of patterns. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  155. Hi Pam, I like 72" by 72" quilts best in larger ones. I love doll quilts and tablerunners too. Even doll clothes. I love fabric! Thank you for the chance to win some.
    Sharon

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  156. I love making lap quilts and baby quilts. I also use my scraps for my English paper piece projects! Thanks for the chance to win your scraps!

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  157. I tend to make queens....and often find myself adding extra borders to get s nice drop ....jmh

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  158. I would definitely love to adopt a box of scraps. I received a small envelope from you and loved every last piece. My quilts are all scrappy and various sizes. I make little quilts all the way up to queen size for my bed. I love them on beds and folded in piles.

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  159. Oh Pam ~ How I would dearly love to adopt your scraps. I do promise a loving home with lots of kind words, pets, and pats. LOL !

    I love to make little quilts all scrappy and doll size.

    Joan in AZ

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  160. I love Marcus fabrics and would love to win your scraps! I enjoy making small quilts and lap quilts. I have participated in you sew-a-long quilts in the past...enjoyed it very much!

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  161. I like to make full or queen size quilts the best. I learned how to quilt about 15 years ago, but had to take a long medical hiatus and have just returned to my favorite pastime. I have no "stash" to speak of and would love to win a box of scraps!! My desire is to start up a Quilting/Sewing/Cooking Ministry and help young people and those who have a desire to learn how to embrace the Home Economics that I love so much!! Thank you for sharing your stash with us!! Blessings! J_dobler@msn.com

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  162. Wow, I read every comment so far...so Inspiring! What a wonderful craft and love for giving we quilters have. I recently made your tiny little Tucker quilt...it's so cute hanging in my powder room. My favorite size is every quilt I make. Thanks for sharing your precious scraps... Pick me!!! Pick me!!! I will treasure every piece!

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  163. I never met a quilt size I didn't like :) Scraps are the best! I love collecting them and watching them come together in a project.

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  164. I would love to adopt one of your boxes! I make all sizes of quilts~ where there is a need, I try to fill it. I make mini's just for fun between other larger projects. I love scrappy! Thanks so much for your generosity!

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  165. I have not made a quilt yet. I would love the scraps for the accents and backings for my cross stitched and wool applique pin cushions and mats. Would that count as a good home? Love our work.

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  166. I like to make all sizes of quilts but I have to say little quilts hold a special place in my heart. I love that you get the reward of a quicker finish so you can have a little quilt in all of your favorite patterns and they are so pretty to decorate with all through your house.Your fabrics are one of my very favorite lines to use in my "antique" looking quilt babies! I would love to adopt one of your boxes!!! :)
    Thanks for all that you do for all of us!,
    Nancy
    eddnancy@msn.com

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  167. I've been recently making queen size to update all the bedrooms in my parents house. I love your fabric, and would happily incorporate your scraps into my next quit.

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  168. What a generous offer! My favorite size to make are lap quilts, many of them for charity quilts.

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  169. Most of my quilts are full or queen size but I like to make wall hangings too.

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  170. Count me in with the bunch who love to make throws. I like them large enough to really snuggle under, or to use as a topper for the bed. I also adore doll quilts, and love to make them just for fun. Excellent giveaway, Pam, and although I really don't "need" more scraps, its always fun to get little bits of fabrics that are different from one's own stash. Cheers!

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  171. Most of the quilts I make are queen size, but I also make throws. They just have to be big enough to curl up in and get cozy! Thanks for the chance to win some of your fabulous scraps!

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  172. I have made a couple of queen size quilts, some twin and lap to. My favorite right now is the mini's or smaller size quilts. Would love to have some of your scraps. Thanks so much for the chance.
    Happy Sewing

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  173. Most of my quilts are twin size quilts however I do make a few queen size quilts. Wonderful giveaway

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  174. What a wonderful giveaway. Most of my quilts are lap/throw size but would love to do a king size for our bed. Thanks for your generosity.
    Linda "Cookie" Lawrence
    Mandeville Louisiana
    lbcookie1@gmail.com

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  175. What an exciting opportunity! I see some of the fabrics in the photo that I saw in my local quilt shop and just could not resist purchasing. I love them and would jump at the chance to get more. I used to make only bed sized quilts, but in recent years I have been making doll sized/mini quilts and throw sized that are usually around 5'x7'. I make a lot of scrappy projects and also applique, so I can use even small pieces. I would love to win a box of your gorgeous scraps!

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  176. This year doll or mini quilts have been my favourite size quilt to make. I wanted to decorate a wall at our new home and have some quilts to gift to friends. In the past baby quilts were my favourite size, but alas my friends and I are now past the baby stage, so next year I will be making single bed size quilts I am sure!

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  177. Oh those scraps look very appealing! I love to make doll sized quilts. I love using small, scrappy pieces. I would love to win some of your gorgeous fabric in any size! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  178. I seem to gravitate toward lap quilts....easier to handle. I have made two queen size quilts and they seemed endless! Love those scraps!

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  179. my favorite sized quilts are full or bigger, and my favorite quilts are scrap quilts, i would love to wil your scraps, thank you Deb Piela

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  180. I'm a full size quilt kind of gal. Most quilts I make are either Queen or King. Even my "Lap Quilts" tend to be on the larger size. Who wants to cuddle under a napkin? Haha!! I've just really started into scrap quilting so adding to my scrap stash would be great. Would love a chance to win!! Thanks!!

    jturcotte.on @ gmail.com

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  181. I typically make quilts for beds and all our beds are queen sized. However, lately I've been making table toppers and table runners. It's always fun to make something new and different. In that spirit, my most recent endeavor is a hand pieced bed quilt, which is to be a wedding gift for my son.

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  182. What quilter wouldn't love a box of scraps!!! i quilt a bit of everything from small quilts to queens! Thank you for your inspiration!!

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  183. I make lots of different sizes of quilts/projects. I really like a full size quilt for my bed. I have small projects on all the tables and walls.

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  184. My FAVORITE quilt to make is a kind of LAPTWIN...wide enough to lay on the couch but LONG enough to cover your toes! We grow some tall ones out here! Thanks for the chance.

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  185. My favorite size quilts is a queen size. But I love to decorate with different table toppers!

    Thank you for the opportunity of adopting your scraps!

    Emily
    Eppie.doodle@yahoo.com

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  186. wow, what a treat it would be to win a box of scraps just when the fire is going and the snow is falling and winter is setting in! I make mostly warm cozy lap quilts but have recently made some minis ....they are so much fun!

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  187. You must be the good Christmas Fabric Fairy in charge of chasing the Fabric Grinch around town until he repents. Hard question to answer. I make doll size quilts under 20 X 20 for myself and friends and to donate and throws 50x 60 for mostly donation. Once in awhile one asks to go to family or friends too....oooo three choices....gifts of the Fabric Magi? This is a fun surprise to start the holidays. Happy holidays to everyone and good luck too.

    Jane Modjeski

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  188. I'm nutsy about scraps. I make mostly small quilts and doll quilts and occasionally a throw/lap size, so I usually don't need much of any one fabric. I would love to have a selection of your beautiful fabric scraps to use. Count me in!! :-)

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  189. I make all sizes of quilts - table toppers, wall hangings, baby quilts, twin, queen, & king. About three years ago, I sent all my scraps to my daughter-in-law because I was sick & felt that I wouldn't be able to sew again :) Well, I've recovered from congestive heart failure & do sew again :) Starting over on collecting scraps so someone else's scraps would be wonderful! Thanks for the offer.

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  190. This box of scraps would be wonderful for the Oh My Gosh Quilt a few of us are starting Jan 2016! I really make a variety of sizes, but probably go for a full size for smuggling especially during the cold winter months. Thanks for the opportunity to try and win the scraps.

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  191. I alternate between queen and table size scrappy quilts the most. Thanks for opportunity to build out the repro fabrics stash!!!! Have a wonderful holiday season Pam :). Cathieg

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  192. I make all sizes depending on the person and place they are going. Would love to add more of your fabrics to my stash and working quilts.

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  193. I love lap size. Great for sitting by the fire on chilly evenings. They drape many places. Can be folded and stacked easily. Quicker to make and can be switched out seasonly. And give a great opportunity to try various methods and layouts.

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  194. Snuggle quilts are my favorite size. 60x60 Thank you so much for your Christmas kindness : ) Janita

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  195. I make doll size to full size. The mini an doll are quicker! Would love to add more scraps to task for the the wee ones! :). I just love fabric- I'm fabricaloic!!

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  196. I used a lot of my scraps when making a lap size log cabin so I could use some new ones - to add to the mix. I love making small doll quilts, table runners and lap quilts but if forced to just name one, it would be the doll quilt. I decorate with them throughout my home. I don't think I could ever have too many. :)
    Charlotte

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  197. I make doll size to full size. The mini an doll are quicker! Would love to add more scraps to task for the the wee ones! :). I just love fabric- I'm fabricaloic!!

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  198. I would love, love, love to win a box of scraps. I mostly do scrap quilts and would love to win. Pick me! Pick me! I am sooooo excited - I hope I win. Debra Broyles quiltingprettyquilts@cox.net

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  199. Thank you for the chance to win the scraps! I tend to make small quilts or throws to make sure I can get them finished. Nothing better than sewing and completing a project! Merry Christmas! Jan

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