Saturday, August 27, 2016

Star Spangled Scraps Give-Away!!

New fabric lines are arriving and scraps are overflowing, so that means it's time to send these Star Spangled Liberty scraps to a new home!  

Star Spangled Liberty Block of the Month patterns are shipping to all participating quilt shops right now as the program begins next month!
  
As you can imagine, after piecing both versions of the Block of the Month quilt, and the new Tokens of the Past: Union Forever trio quilts, I have fabric scraps with pieces big a small.....red, lights and blues, and I have enough for several winners!

Can you make use of some of my Star Spangled Liberty fabric scraps?  

I'm curious about your fabric tastes....what fabrics never, ever make it into one of your quilts?

I work with and create fabrics that are Civil War reproductions, or choose to use fabrics that play very well with them.

The fabrics I love would not be considered bright by any means, even if they are true to CW reproductions.  I can't add some of your favorites like cheddar....I just can't!  I don't work in chrome yellow or poison green, and even my very favorite red won't be added if it's too bright.  I'm not a lover of polka dots either.  Don't own one printed dot, and I'm very picky about stripes, too. 

We all have our likes and dislikes, and I'd like to know what colors and prints never make it into your quilt! 

Leave me a comment about your fabric dislikes for a chance to win some Star Spangled Liberty scraps.  

For fairness to everyone, only comments to this blog post are eligible.  If you comment anonymously, please consider leaving your email address in your comment.  I have had more than a few anonymous winners never collect their prizes because they don't check my blog post to see if they won, and their prizes went to someone else.  I regret that I can only ship to addresses within the U.S.

I'll announce the winners on Monday, along with an introduction of my next fabric line for Marcus Fabrics, coming very soon!




279 comments:

  1. I too am a Civil War person, but when making quilts for the grandkids, I have to go with brighter colors for them. I can't really think of a color I wouldn't use if it's the right shade, but there are shades of green I would never use.

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  2. I am not a lover of batiks or brights! I don't like the texture and feel of the batiks and brights are just that, too bright. I love the muted, warm tones that come with civil war collections. Would love to win your scraps!

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  3. I love reproduction fabrics. Big prints, except a special one for a border, never make it home with me. Brights, batiks and stripes stay at the store for those who enjoy that. I would love your scraps because those fabrics definately fit in with my favorites! Sue Henningsen

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  4. I will not use White on White. EVER! Give me repros in Red, Black, Blue, Green, Gold, Orange, Cream even White shirtings are fine but those White on Whites are icky. :)

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  5. I have to say that I am a traditional quilter in both patterns and fabrics but I have sewn with most including brights. This spring at the AQS show in Paducah I did buy a batik quilt kit so that will be a new one for me. My granddaughter will love it. I make things for people I love so I work with just about anything. I'd love to win this package of scraps - they are gorgeous!!

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  6. I don't use brights or batiks. I love reproductions and muted colors, and very traditional fabrics. One of my close sewing buddies loves Kaffe, and I just don't get the appeal. I've been working with scraps a lot lately, and would love the chance to include some of yours!! Thanks for the chance.

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  7. I love the civil war reproduction fabrics but I have used just about all kinds of fabrics and colors making quilts for kids and grandkids. I am not a fan of the modern quilting fabrics, but if someone wanted me to make them a quilt, I will use what they like. I am drawn to the reproduction fabrics and love red, white and blue quilts! ! !

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  8. I only sew with 2 kinds of fabric; reproduction Civil War prints and when making a baby quilt, 30's reproductions. I won't buy a bright or batik ever!

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  9. I play with it all and make it work in some kind of project even if not a quilt, a bag or pillow. I do draw away from the color orange though (cheddar is a yellow).

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  10. My dislikes are contemporary fabrics and batiks. They just don't catch my eye like the historical tones of civil war and reproduction fabrics. I don't care for real bright fabrics, but do love polka dots and 30's and 40's reproduction. I make a lot of red, white and blue quilts and projects and I would be "over the moon" thrilled to win these scraps. Scrappy quilts are "my thing"... You are a very talented designer and I love your patterns!

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  11. I do not use batiks. I am afraid they will bleed. I like about all other types of fabric. I do have some that do not make in my quilts, because I just don't want to cut them up.

    Would love your scraps.

    Shelia
    sb12041@yahoo.com

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  12. I never use batiks and brights are used for donation quilts. I love traditional colors and CW repros. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  13. I don't have any batiks in my stash. They can be pretty but I never feel the
    need to use them. I also do not like brown. Repros are a favorite of mine.
    I could certainly make use of your scraps.
    Marge
    jcbyrne8@yahoo.com.

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  14. I don't like "in your face" wild prints and colors. I like colors that play well together with a little bit of a pop. The pop can be white or another color. I have used batiks and 1930's reproductions, but get tired of those quickly. I have just started using more civil war reproductions in the last year.They are just so timeless really.

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  15. I have a very difficult time with purple or lavender - don't like them - but have used them when it was the only color that would work. For me to use them there has to be lots and lots of green also.

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  16. That's a hard question. I guess it's easier to say what I like. One thing I can think of is fabric with birds. I have no problem using fabric with cute, cartoon-like birds if I'm making a baby quilt or one for a child. It's the Christmas/floral fabrics that have more realistic birds that just don't trip my trigger.

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  17. I use all types and colors. They all work together.

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  18. Hi Pam! Your description of fabric dislikes made me smile!! Now my fabric dislikes: um...don't like neons, or animal prints, not crazy about orange. I too, tend toward CWR fabric or fabric that plays well with it. I love the old fashioned look! In fact my family tell me that my quilts look vintage!

    Thanks so much for the opportunity to win some of your wonderful fabric scraps!

    Be blessed this day!

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  19. My first thought was that I love all fabric. But I just don't use white on white or printed plaids or Asian prints or anything with gold embossing. I enjoy experimenting but I keep returning to warm country.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  20. I'm relatively new to quilting so have tried a variety of styles and fabrics. I don't like the popular, modern limey greens; or lemon yellows; or most purples. These days I seem to favor the warmer, calmer colors. One of these days (and over time) I hope to acquire a collection of 1800s prints. Thanks so much for offering your scraps. They are my favorite way to sew quilts.
    --Nancy. (ndmessier @ aol.com, joyforgrace.blogspot.com)

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  21. I'm a traditional quilter at heart, love repro fabrics, and almost never choose the big modern geometric prints. Only exception would be if I made a specific request quilt for one of my grandkids. Thanks for offering up your scraps, our quilt ministry group could make good use of them.

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  22. I'm not a fan of large florals or anything lavender or some purples. I'm also not a fan of neons or anything with cartoon characters (unless it's for the I Spy quilt I'm working on for my grandsons).

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  23. I'm not a fan of large florals or anything lavender or some purples. I'm also not a fan of neons or anything with cartoon characters (unless it's for the I Spy quilt I'm working on for my grandsons).

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  24. Those would all play nicely with my scraps. I don't like bright fabrics, but do use them from time to time.

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  25. I would love to give your scraps a new home, Pam. Our color palettes are so similar, and that's a good thing. Although I do appreciate the modern, bright colors that seem to be very popular today, they just aren't for me or my home. I'm a CW and reproduction gal, through and through!

    Keep those beautiful fabrics comin'.

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  26. My very favorite fabrics are Civil War Reproductions. I don't care for 'modern' fabrics or quilts. I love the reds, browns, golds, blues in reproductions fabrics. Thank you for 'sharing' your scraps.
    radon@centurytel.net

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  27. I love the cheddars, yellows and poison green, but just can't use bubblegum pinks!
    Ruth in FL

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  28. I use a wide variety of fabrics, including brights, but I sew quite a bit for my grandkids. Some fabrics that come to mind that I never buy are oriental prints, big flowery prints and fabrics that have gold metallic. Thanks for a chance for your beautiful fabric.
    Congratulations on your new line coming soon.

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  29. Traditional colors hold the most appeal for me. No chrome yellow or poison green. I just finished a child's quilt of stars in cute polka dots. It makes me smile. Hope your day is awesome.

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  30. I try to use all types of colors, but have a problem with big prints in allot of colors. I just cannot figure out how to use them. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  31. Traditional colors hold the most appeal for me. No chrome yellow or poison green. I just finished a child's quilt of stars in cute polka dots. It makes me smile. Hope your day is awesome.

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  32. HI,seem to like the traditional, or Colonial colors best! Looking at my stash I see I seldom use much green,except at Christmas time. Thank You for your Blog+this giveaway! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  33. CW repros are my favorites, and I will use them all, though I do tend to stay away from the brightest of the double pinks, and I prefer the muddier colors. I love your dusty pinks in the Pin Money line!
    I also love the rich colors of batiks (unlike most commenters here), but whatever I make from them usually gets gifted away from my home, where they would not fit in.
    Don't use much of the 30's repros, though they are cute--just not me.
    Definitely not a modern quilting gal here, and I only use novelty prints for grandchildren.
    No need to enter me, but I wanted to give you my two cents worth. : )

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  34. Hi, Pam! I'm a regular reader of your blog but don't take the time to comment. However, I'm recovering from rotator cuff surgery and can't sew for a few more weeks. (This I have time to post a comment😊). I just moved my fabric into a new sewing room and sorted it all. I've got quite a bit that I'm keeping but a few large florals and the Asian prints someone talked me into buying will be donated to my guild.

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  35. Purple doesn't seem to find it's way into my quilts. Not because I don't like it but because it's hard to find. Civil war is most of my stash. I keep saying I'm going to make a red, white and blue quilt but haven't so far. Red Red Red is my favorite color. Grandma Rita ritanicholsec@yahoo.com

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  36. Although I think they are beautiful, batiks are not my style and I have never used them in a quilt. I enjoy using bright and novelty prints for children's quilts but I love traditional/Civil War colors and style.

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  37. Brightly colored fabrics aren't used in my quilts unless I'm making it for my sister who loves bright colors.

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  38. I like most fabrics but for some reason Kaffe Fassett prints just don't appeal to me.

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  39. I have found that my fabric loves/styles have changed over the years. I am not a fan of bright colors. Or Batiks. Being a mom of 2 son's and a grandson I've never had flowers and frills, so I don't ever buy those types of fabrics either. I like warm fabrics colors that are primitive, civil war and homespun; I haven't found one of those fabrics that I don't like. Americana is also a love of mine.

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  40. Batiks never make it into my quilts. Most other fabric styles do though I tend to like the reproduction fabrics or prim style best.

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  41. my dislikes are few since i wus all types of fabrics. i think my favorite is civil war with attention to red white and blue followed by cheddar and double pinks and then asian, i think it is the indigos that are so appealing. thanks for the chance

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  42. I cherish my reproduction stash. They are my favorites to sew with. My least favorite fabrics would be purples. I do have some in my stash. Very few. In reproduction fabrics they are a little better. But purple just seems a dreary color to me. Your Star Spangled Liberty quilt looks absolutely amazing!

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  43. My dislikes are anything bright! I don't care for batiks or "modern" colors - I'm definitely a quilter who likes Civil War reproductions and Kansas Troubles color palettes. Through the years I have "grown" and can appreciate the time and effort that goes into all quilts. Thanks for offering a give away!

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  45. I just ran across a little saying on Pinterest this morning that goes...My Favorite Color is Autumn...I would extend that by adding My Other Favorite Color is Spring! My least favorite has been 1960's aqua, the one they used on travel trailer appliances! I have always had an aversion to that color...and of course that's the color my Mom wanted to paint every room in the house! Now I have to admit, that with all the nostalgia about kitchen appliances and travel trailers, it's begun to grow on me...I'm kind of getting a taste for eggplant these days too...but in that case, I'm still much more fond of the color than the food! I'm with you on the brights...unless I'm doing something along the lines of a whimsically funny Halloween quilt. It's kind of more about combinations of colors and styles for me. I'm not a big fan of 50's Pink and Black and I'm not big on big modern geometrics and gigantic florals would be more likely to wind up as backing. While I love the Diawabos and the wonderful wovens that I'm pairing with wool. I can't warm up to literal Asian prints...while I love house block quilts, it's no pagodas for me!
    I'm a delicate vine and plaid kind of girl who loves a generous helping of whimsy and warmth!
    I'm getting so excited for the day that the first section of Star Spangled Liberty lands in my mailbox! My goal is to add a new patriotic quilt, runner or pillow to my home every year!

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  46. I have to say that Batiks just don't do it for me. It's reproduction fabric all the way. Just love the civil war style and colors. Right now I'm piecing the Tribute to Judie quilt and enjoying it very much.

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  47. I don't like to sew with novelty prints, K Fassett types or really modern fabrics. I'm good with most others and change up depending on who I'm sewing for or what occasion or time of year.

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  48. My favorites are civil war and reproduction fabrics. Fabrics that I really don't like is large bright flowery fabrics.

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  49. I started out with just loving civil war fabrics but now I seem t o gravitate to just about anything. Never ever used pink in quilts and now I love a pop of that color. Would love to win these scraps for a Quilts for Valor group that I am in. You quilts are amazing and thanks for sharing with us.

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  50. I am making a 1" postage stamp with red, whites and blues...would love and appreciate scraps.
    Thank you

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  51. I'd love to win your scraps as I have Love Worn pattern waiting. Solid white just doesn't appeal to me in a quilt. I've sewn a white and muslin scrap quilt that I love, tho. Launapet@aol.com

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  52. I love many fabrics and so many colors are appealing BUT because I only make doll quilts and smaller, I only use reproduction fabrics- they are my favorite. I do not use batiks nor do I use modern. I might appreciate many styles but confine my quilting to civil war fabrics when possible. Your work is amazing and thank your this wonderful opportunity!
    Peg F. from NJ
    kneedeep09@gmail.com

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  53. I love civil war prints and anything that look old and worn out already. I like to use all the colors but they must be on the dark side of the color wheel. Primary colors are out. Red, white, and blue complement each other so well, and I am just crazy for scrap quilts. It is all about the variety. Hope I win!!!

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  54. I don't like floral fabrics too busy and bright.. also don't like homespun fabrics. just getting into civil war fabrics or that look like it. not too fond of 30's either too busy when put together. would love to win your fabric. I love scrap quilts

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  55. I guess my least favorite color (if i have to pick one-hard to do because I like any and all scraps, no matter what color) would be an Army green with a bit more brown to it! But, they work nice as blenders and in small amounts.

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  56. The fabrics that never make it in to my quilts are batiks. I have some to work with, bought them on a whim because everyone else was using them but I just don't like the feel of them. I hope to someday change my mind and use what I have, but I don't plan on adding to the stash! :)

    Thanks for the chance to win the scraps! I want to make a flag tumbler quilt so they would be great in one!
    Sandy A

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  57. K Fassett prints will NEVER be in a quilt of mine. I do not like florals unless they are realistic and I'm not into sewing with novelty prints. The prints of "weird " looking quilting ladies are not to my taste, either. I love reds, blues, creams and greens and they can be brighter shades, too. Lime green is my neutral!!!! I love the color of your prints and the prints are soothing. Thanks for your consistent good taste!

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  58. I think I have never met a color I didn't like but prefer dark or medium tones. Bright colors rarely show up in one of my quilts!

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  59. Strips. I don't like them I think they are hard to use. I like smaller prints.

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  60. I have a lovely stash of batiks which never make it into my quilts. They are pretty to look at, but my quilts use Civil War repros and primitive looking fabrics.

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  61. I have a lovely stash of batiks which never make it into my quilts. They are pretty to look at, but my quilts use Civil War repros and primitive looking fabrics.

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  62. I started out learning to quilt about15 years ago. On a tight budget, I would always look for budget fabrics. Quite often that would be "off" colors. I don't have to settle for those so much anymore.....I like clean colors and repro fabrics....muted colors that come from a clean base color. So, loud, bright colors are not my friends....I am not sure I would ever make a Hawaiian style quilt unless it was white. I also do not like modern prints. Thanks for giving me a chance to get some of the fabrics I love!

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  63. I really don't have any fabric dislikes. I love reproduction fabrics the best and work with them the most for myself. I like making baby quilts and then I get to play with fun fabrics in those. Thank you for the chance to win. Hugs, Sandi. szil949@yahoo.com

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  64. You'll see cheddars in my quilts, but never orange. I use lots of barn reds and sages, but don't like clear greens or reds. Most of my quilts are scrappy reds, blues, browns, tans and blacks. Love the homespun plaids too. The more the merrier. I'm a civil war, muddy colors kind of gal.
    sflowers@wi.rr.com

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  65. I do enjoy scrappy quilts. But my fabric is segregated into several categories. I have electrics and conversationals for kid donation quilts. I have No Modern fabrics at this time. Doesn't float my boat. I do love reproductions and tend toward medium to darker tones mixed with neutrals. I really live patriotic themed quilts personally and for QOV type donation quilts so your newest quilts and patterns are tapping my fun meter. If you need a happy place to send your precious leftovers (scraps sound simply not the way to describe those charming pieces) northern Wisconsin is the place to send....and of course to me.....thanks for the opportunity and for making more delightful patterns and fabrics

    Jane Modjeski

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  66. I totally DO NOT like Batiks. I do not like working with them and I don't own one little piece. If I am gifted batiks, I will give them to a friend. My other dislikes are neon colored fabrics, chevrons, polka dots, and extremely loud prints. I am drawn to civil war reproductions, calicos and the tiny/small prints. I am working on a wool on cotton project right now. Your patriotic fabric will play nicely with my stash. Thanks, Roxanne (F340@aol.com)

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  67. Thank you for a chance to win those lovely scraps! CWR are my very favorite<3 I love small ditsy prints:) I am not a big fan of light, I don't do bright or batiks, cutsie or large bold prints. Scraps and scrappy are wonderful in CWR:)

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  68. I just have a hard time with fabric with a lot of stripes. I just seem to avoid it. But love red quilts! Your fabric is beautiful!

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  69. I will never buy cartoonish or novelty prints.

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  70. I tried getting "out of my box" and bought yellows and pale grays to make a quilt. Well that quilt became a wall hanging that is buried in the basement and the rest of the fabric was donated to some of my more modern quilting buddies.

    I love fabrics, colors, patterns and designs. I now stay true to myself. Thanks for a chance .

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  71. Lavendar or bright yellows are not my favs. Otherwise I like scrapiness!

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  72. I'm not much of a "blue" person but got very inspired this year with all the patriotic quilts that have been posted on blogs and Instagram since Memorial Day. Now I'm collecting blues but have a long way to go. Love your new line!

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  73. I haven't met a 19th century repro I didn't want. Have bought repro scraps from guild sales and friends having sales. Even the ugly are welcome and loved, LOL. My favorite quilts are scrap quilts, so the more variety the better. Will gladly make room and I promise my scraps will welcome and play well with the newbies.

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  74. I like most all fabrics but favor civil war or prairie style. One thing I would never buy is bright or odd colored large scale prints. They just don't appeal to me.

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  75. I can't get away from reproduction fabrics no matter how I try! I'd LOVE to incorporate some of your "scraps" into a quilt of mine. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  76. I'm not at all fond of many of the modern big geometric fabrics and also brights of any kind just don't find their way into my stash!
    Thanks for the chance to win and I can't wait to see your new line!

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  77. I prefer sewing with civil war/ reproduction fabrics. I'm not a fan of large floral prints and pastels. I would enjoy having some of your scraps to add to mine. Thanks for the chance!

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  78. Fabrics dislikes -- Hmmmm!! Personally, I'm not really fond of florals, especially large florals. I love civil war repros. My favorite fabrics, tho, are red, white & blue like the scraps your giving away! Just the colors I use & would love to add them to my own stash! Thanks!!

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  79. I am a "color person" I love it. I , believe, it all has it's time & place. My taste continues to rotate. I don't consider my self trendy either. As of late, I'm drawn to civil war and have always had a love for classic red, white, & blue. Looking at my stash, I seem to stray from purple, but have a few pieces.

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  80. I enjoy the vintage and antique look of the Civil War reproductions but I got rid of all my 1930's stash. Never got hooked onto batiks, either, though I might in the future. And I never met a cheddar that I didn't like!

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  81. I love Civil War reproductions so I don't play well with pastels or Batiks! My favs small prints in reds, blues, browns, greens, and some cheddar yellow with tans and beiges - no white! Love your scraps and would love t play with them! Thanks!

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  82. I Love reproduction fabrics, but my husband wants a batik quilt. Well I bought fabric that the quilt shop owner picked out for the pattern he wants.it's still in the bag. I Do NOT like batiks. Thus quilt will probably never get done

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  83. Although I welcome most any fabric, I seem to use orange and yellow the least. I also am not drawn to border prints. Shirley.campbell19@gmail.com

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  84. I love the Civil War fabrics too! I am not fond of the 1930''s fabrics, never use them! Would love to win some of your "scrap" fabrics!!!

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  85. I like every color of fabric but for some reason I dislike metallics I never use anything with gold or silver on it even if it was my favorite color orange if it has metallic on it I won't buy it

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  86. I love the scraps, and the quilt they came from. I don't use child-themed (juvenile) prints very often. They're only used when I'm making a donation quilt. I may use the scraps in a scrap quilt, but they are usually cut up small by then!

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  87. I have a difficult time working with novelty fabrics. I tend to migrate to the earthy tones of reproductions. And I LOVE your new line

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  88. Every fabric has it's place, but some just don't play well with others! Every generation has their favorite styles and I respect the designers that create the fabric. Sometimes there are fabrics I don't use because I just can't bear to cut them up!

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  89. I love, love your fabric. Totally dislike PURPLE!! Will sew with brights for my granddaughter if i have too. I am currently sewing a batik quilt just to see what the fuss is all about? My friends are into batiks but not me, once is enough! I have to admit i lean toward the dark side! Darker blues, reds, gold, and greens are for me. Thanks for a chance to win.
    Carmen quilt101@mygsc.com

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  90. Polyester, gives me the shivers, yuck!
    Big ugly checks!
    Purple, and Pepto Bismol pink!
    Referee stripes!
    Fishnet, blah!
    Ugly 1970's crepe!
    And last but surely not least faux fur!

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  91. I love almost every type of fabric print, except for animal prints. Civil war prints are my favorite, but I would have to say I do not like the color poison green.

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  92. So far I am not a fan of the new modern fabric and modern quilt movement. I realize that is why fabric manufacturers make all different kinds of prints and collections. I love civil war and 30's fabric, along with batiks. Would love to win some of your scraps, I enjoy making scrap quilts. carolg51@hotmail.com.

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  93. I gravitate towards fabrics that are the creams, rustic reds/blues/gold and greens.These colors seem to give a warm homey feel that makes you want to wrap the quilt around you. It is difficult to try to use bright neon type colors as I don't know how to use them to get a balanced feel in a quilt. Civil fabric are perfect for me! o2quilt@gmail.com

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  94. Batiks will never, ever be found in one of my quilts. They just don't appeal to me at all. I love civil war and reproduction fabrics. I've even ventured into brights for my grandchildren's quilts!

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  95. I love repros especially CW. I have daughter-in-laws who lean toward modern. They love batiks and brights so if I want them to use quilts I make in their favorites. I am not a fan of 30s so never buy or use.

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  96. I love civil war reproduction fabrics! I am not drawn to the bright, modern type prints, nor am I a fan of batik fabrics.

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  97. I am not a fan of the bright modern fabrics or quilts either for that matter. I admire the quilts made of them, but it's not my taste. I'm overwhelmed by all those bright colors; often worrying that it's going to be too busy for my eye.

    I much prefer the softer look of a quilt. I love pastel quilts that remind me of the depressions years, I love the Civil War prints that look like antiques when they're new. They just seem more comforting for some reason.

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  98. Your color pallet is right up my alley! I love all things red/white/blue. I NEVER buy or sew with batiks. I know batiks are very popular but nothing about them appeals to me.

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  99. This is easy. I was literally born on my grand parents farm. Gma made all her clothes and quilts out of feed sacks, worn out clothes repurposed, etc. "Pretty" was NOT in her closet or on her bed. She taught me to quilt. So-o-o "pretty" fabrics, bright fabrics, modern fabrics, etc. are NOT in my stash either!!!

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  100. Love brights, love civil war reproduction fabrics, batiks . . .so far I have not met a fabric I do not like! Donna H

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  101. I usually use 'Civil War' or 30s, some tomes batiks. I NEVER use Kaffe F. Fabrics and seldom use any florals (unless it's a shirting). My fav.is 19th Century conversationals (real or repro).

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  102. I steer clear of large flowery, busy prints. I have a tendency to gravitate to same genre. I have tried to get out of my comfort zone and used other combinations for quilts.

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  103. I steer clear of large flowery, busy prints. I have a tendency to gravitate to same genre. I have tried to get out of my comfort zone and used other combinations for quilts.

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  104. I'd love to win your scraps as I am really drawn to patriotic quilts and like to make them year round. In fact my house is decorated in patriotic things from June to September. The colors I don't use, like many others who commented, are the brights and black and white pallettes.

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  105. I guess I'm not a very discerning fabriholic... I like it all - from civil war to modern to brights and batiks - it all finds a home in my studio!! That could explain the mess, huh?!? Thanks for the opportunity!

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  106. My style is very country with a lot of brick reds, Browns, blacks, greens, and even some orange and yellows. I enjoy batiks and think they're beautiful and some have made their way into some of the quilts in my home - especially mixing them with traditional prints. BUT what I do not like are solids - so boring - and I never use them .... Except when my daughter is having our first grandchild and one of the baby quilts she wants is a triangle quilt using nothing but solids. Which of course I made, and is actually pretty cute! Sometimes it just isn't all about me lol!!!!

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  107. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.netAugust 27, 2016 at 7:41 PM

    The yellow and green that you mention will never be in my quilts either. I also have never used modern fabrics, but someday that might change especially as I start having great-grandchildren born. Who knows:)

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  108. I love nearly all fabrics, from the Civil war styles, 1930's batiks, many modern prints, brights, polka dots, etc... What I don't like is plaid, stripes, and I would never, ever use camouflage.
    My email is: bestbelle2010@aol.com
    Thanks!

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  109. Fabrics that never make it into my quilts are the very washed out and/or so overly busy you can't make out the patterns.

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  110. I guess if I had to choose one color that I never use in a quilt it would be pink . I might only use it for a baby quilt for a girl. Yellow is another color I rarely use- although it can add a bit of sunshine to make other colors pop ! Reds, whites, and blues are my favorites and I love all of your fabric collections .

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  111. Love your new fabrics and I would like to play with your scraps!
    I don't use batons or many bright fabrics. I do love scrap quilts so it's fun to use a variety and throw in some of those strange ones for interest.
    Klotznor53@yahoo.com

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  112. I never use bright yellow, orange and green. I also stay away from most stripes and large size prints. chocolatewiskers@aol.com

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  113. My favorites are CW and repos. Least favorites are Asian, metallics, and stripes. Would love to win your scraps. Thanks for the chance. mahoney_56@hotmail.com

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  114. I make a lot of scrappy quilts and recently really got into CW and reproduction fabrics. I love the colors and the small prints. I can usually find some project for most of my scraps, but I am not fond of really bright yellows and oranges or kid themed fabrics like little mermaid or that sort of thing.

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  115. Purple never passes my squint test. Probably not yours either😉

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  116. my hubby and i have plans to make 3 quilts of valor, one for each of my 2 brothers and one for his brother. these scraps would be sooo welcome because i usually quilt with earth toned fabric or darker primitive fabrics. i really need reds the most so i would be tickled to receive these.
    probably 25 years ago i made a batik quilt and that was the last time i ever used batiks. pretty safe to say there are none in my stash....
    thank you for the chance to be gifted these scraps!
    cindy rjeandcse@solarus.net

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  117. I'm not a bright fabric person...I love the mellowness of the civil war prints--and all the little designs. In answer to what color never makes my quilts, a while back, I would have said green. But my husband made me a nice quilt ladder for my displaying my quilts--and there were the green! I have never used yellow. I am thinking I would like to make a cheddar and indigo quilt soon as it has a very classic look. It would be a treasure to work with the cuttings from your new line!

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  118. I love all different fabrics. I tend to go to the Civil War reproductions but it depends on the quilt. I guess my less used color of fabric would be purples. Love the Stars Spangled Liberty Scraps!

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  119. I love all different fabrics. I tend to go to the Civil War reproductions but it depends on the quilt. I guess my less used color of fabric would be purples. Love the Stars Spangled Liberty Scraps!

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  120. There are not many colors I would not use.. It is much easier to tell you what I do like. I love civil wars,
    amish solids. After some thought, I realized I do not use pink either except for baby quilts.. If I could I would use a shade of red in every quilt. This was fun to read all the responses!

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  121. Polyester and nylon...those are my fabric dislikes.

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  122. I Love fabrics, but then I stop and the no about those old mauve and country blue, yuck. Funny thing I just removed some wallpaper boarders in those colors. Sew on ~ ~ ~

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  123. I hesitate to write down in black and white what fabrics I don't like or would never use. I've learned to never say never. Who said they would never use the Kaffe Fassett fabrics when they first came out? And now who owns the largest stash among her friends? Yep, me. And when solids made a resurgence a few years ago who said, "Been there, done that in the 1980s?" And who now owns 2 tubs full? Yep, me.....again. And who thought Civil War era quilts were beautiful but said I'll never do that? And who found Barbara Brackman's "Stars in a Time Warp" year long study in 2015? And who cannot resist history, stars and fabrics when they are combined in a study each week of the year? And who has now started collecting these special fabrics and has been making stars with them? Guilty, again! So I think I will not put anything down for what I dislike or would never use-----I fear the consequences! But hope I can be considered for a scrap bag. These scraps would look lovely in my next (fifth) mini reproduction quilt! What a wonderful fabric collection. Can't wait for Monday to see what the next one will bring. quilterd@pullman.com

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  124. I have only discovered civil war fabrics in the last 5 years or so and I am hooked!! I have a hard time using solid fabrics, large striped fabrics, and big plaids/homespuns. The solids just look too plain to me. And I have fabrics in my stash that I loved when I bought, but sometimes I look at them and just can't seem to figure out a project for them.

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  125. I too am a fan of reproduction fabrics. I can say though that since I am often commissioned to make quilts for others, I have had to sometimes use fabrics that I thought I never would. For example large, bold floral prints nor black and grey. Over the years I have stepped out of my comfort zone of reproductions and the end result has been quite surprising. Thanks for the chance to win some of your beautiful scraps.

    Ann Arbor MI quilter
    knightsmarket@yahoo.com

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  126. I love pretty much all fabric unless it is some horrid color. Love your fabric lines and would love to add them to my scraps and make a scrap happy quilt.

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  127. I can surely find a good use for those. Novelties seldom make their way into my sewing projects.

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  128. I am not found of batiks and novelty prints. I have loved civil war and reproduction fabrics for a very long time. Quilts made with these fabrics seem to never go out of style. The poison green from that era is questionable. I did a sew-along recently and decided to try modern prints in one quilt and civil war in another. The quilt blocks were the same pattern in both quilts. The civil war quilt is very striking! The modern is just okay. I will never tire of civil war and reproduction fabrics. Would love to win your Star Spangled Liberty scrap give away. Love patriotic fabrics. Carol Gouveia

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  131. My least favorite is flannels. I sure do love cw repros, though, and would use these scraps in my miniatures. Mary in VA

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  132. It's interesting that you should ask that question. I don't seem to sew with batiks. I love them, I think they're beautiful, but I don't sew with them.

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  133. Love your fabrics! I lean toward patrotics, use very little dark brown, blacks and gray.
    Scraps of yours would be wonderful in veteran quilts my guild makes for hospice.
    Marcia.e.reed@gmail.com

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  134. A fabric that I will never use would be a vivid purple floral. I avoid purple unless it is a muted reproduction or a muted pastel. I don't use novelty prints in my quilts, only for special gifts or pillowcases. My favorite fabrics are the Civil War reproductions. Every quilt I make using these i love.

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  135. I love Civil War and Reproduction fabrics! The one color that I will never use in a quilt is white....I prefer to use off whites, creams, beige and tans. I am not a fan of the new modern fabrics, bright bold fabrics, metallics or batiks. I would love to make use of your scraps. I have a EPP patriotic wall hanging project I want to make but don't have the right fabrics....these scraps are perfect! Thank You!!

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  136. Hi, my name is Bonnie and I am excited to have a chance at winning some of your stash. I use to buy 30's fabrics before I retired, and now since my health has improved somewhat, I have been searching and reading up on Civil War fabrics, miniature quilts, wall hangings, etc.

    You wanted to know what fabrics I don't like, and colors....WELL, I DO NOT LIKE BATIKS. (Gosh I hope I spelled that one right.) They just don't make any sense to me. I own not EVEN a scrap of a piece of batik fabric. I like to see and understand my fabrics....anyway, my colors I don't really have are blues and Civil War Pinks... I love those two colors, but for some reason I just don't find them too often on sale on-line. I live in a small town, and basically have to go about 30-45 min. to find a fabric store, or go to WalMart. There is not much else around. So much for Central Florida. Besides, I haven't driven in months, so when I do get the chance to go to a fabric/quilting store....look out!!!

    Sorry I wrote so much, but thanks anyway for the chance to win some of your beautiful fabrics.

    Yours sincerely,
    Bonnie Machemer

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  137. I am a traditional quilt lover through and through. I got rid of all my Hoffman's, batiks, brights etc. several years ago. I just decided I would concentrate on traditional quilts and miniatures. All I buy any more is Civil War with the occasional 30's thrown in now and then. Your scraps will work great in my quilts. Thanks for your consideration.

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  138. Thank you for the chance to win your scraps. I love scraps! As much as I love CW reproductions, I find I've never been drawn to poison green and I tend to stray from pinks if they are too bright. Your fabric lines are beautiful and I really look forward to see what you've got up your sleeve this time. Thanks Pam for a job well done!

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  139. Jan Horn (janrich35@gmail.comAugust 27, 2016 at 9:18 PM

    I love Civil War reproduction fabrics but don't use brights and also don't use batiks. Would love to win some of your scraps as those are my colors.

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  140. Pam I find large floral prints hard to incorporate into my quilts

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  141. I can tolerate a nice cheddar, but I'm not a fan of pinks and purples. I love them in other people's quilts, but find it so hard to add to mine!

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  142. I love CW reproductions. I do not like poka dots, bright or shiny fabric and rarely use stripes. I prefer small prints also. I love your fabrics Pam.
    traditionalquilter@gmail.com

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  143. My very favorite Civil War Reproduction wilts are patriotc ones, so I would absolutely use your scraps! I have expanded somewhat into making some modern quilts lately but don't use batiks or very bright colors. I am also not a fan of purple so I rarely use that color in my quilts.

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  144. I too like the civil war fabric I don't use white or bright colors. Would love to have your scraps. Nancy P.

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  145. I thought I would have to say I like all colors until I read a blogger mention pink. I dislike bubble gum pink.

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  147. I can't think of any dislikes I really have - I use to, until I started making scrappier quilts, but I must say, I don't have 30's fabrics in my stash - just not drawn to those.

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  148. I've only been quilting for about a year and a half and the only thing I have a hard time incorporating is stripes. I'm just not fond of them. I began quilting about a month before my mother passed away, so I inherited not only her sewing machine, but 1/5 of her stash - a great inheritance! Because I love making hexies, every quilter I know in the area has given me scraps! Your scraps would make a wonderful addition to my hexie collection. BTW, I ONLY have 6 hexie quilts started :-)

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  149. I truly love fabric. But the really modern stuff, not so much. I love LOVE 30's, batiks, civil war, Halloween, Christmas, and the list goes on. Thanks for the chance

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  150. I have a hard time with a lot of stripes unless it's a certain type used to make a cute binding. And mixing more than one in a quilt causes me stress! lol
    Nancy
    eddnancy@msn.com

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  151. No whites, brights or metallics for me. Thanks so much for the chance on your fabrics. gsteves@hotmail.com

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  152. I love Civil War fabrics too. I'm not a big fan of purple or batiks so unless it's a very neutral batik, you won't find it in any of my projects. More favorites are colonial colors ... deep reds, navy and colonial blues, creams and Hunter greens. I stay away from brights unless they're for a baby or child's quilt.

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  153. There are basically 3 things I don't care for -- metallics, cutesy novelty prints, and the color pink. I recently made a western quilt for my youngest great grandson where I needed to fussy cut boots and spurs, arrows and feathers, etc. It is cute for a baby boy, but I couldn't wait to be finished with it. I think you might agree with me.

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  154. I love anything with an old fashioned look. Batiks and the newer brights just never make it to my sewing room. Had my fill of those in clothing during the 70's. Thanks for the opportunity to add to my patriotic stash of scraps. I am currently making a quilt for my son to celebrate his retirement next year from the Army.
    Debbie S. quiltmaker916@gmail.com

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  155. I don't care for fabrics with cats on them, not my style. I like to change it up, using 30's, then civil war, maybe bright cheerful fabrics next. jjensen2@tampabay.rr.com

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  156. I like florals but have a hard time using large florals. I can't use novelty prints in a quilt but do use them for pillows or totes. I would love your scraps.

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  157. I do not like neon colors, novelty prints for quilts or any non-traditional florals. (Meaning anything William Morris is great for example.)

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  158. I grow flowers, I love flowers, but I don't like flowered fabrics! I admire but so far have not used mustard or poison green. Love CW repro and traditional repro prints.
    Would Love to win the give-away, thank you for the opportunity!

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  159. Fabrics I dislike or don't make it into any of my quilts are modern fabrics and or 1960-70 flower fabrics. I'm not crazy about Juvenal fabrics either.
    Debbie russhill@beecreek.net

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  160. I love civil war reproduction fabrics the most and have a hard time using brights in a quilt ( especially orange and yellow). I tend to bypass them completely in the quilt store and head straight to what I love. I will say that I try to make an exception if someone requests a certain color (example would be wedding colors). But, let me tell you how fast that quilt is finished so I can get back to what I like. Your scraps are exactly my taste, I would love to win them!!

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  161. I have a wide range of what I do like, but what I don't like are fabrics with what I call cheesy prints like big orange and green florals that remind me of the 70s. Or things like chili peppers and weird cartoons. I guess that sort of out there type of prints is all I can think of to describe them. I prefer civil war prints and colors, but also brights like aqua and pink-within reason-not garrish--and I like shabby chic florals and rose prints, but not a fan of orange and will add it only if needed in small bits. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.

    Cathy J ♥
    hazelruthe@yahoo.com

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  162. Hi! I have always been a lover of 30's reproductions. But lately it's all about Civil War reproductions.I am having the best time with small scale blocks (3 1/2"). I would love some scraps. I love scrappy quilts! Thanks for the chance to WIN! Dana

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  163. My favorite is Civil War and muted colors. So really bright colors are my least favorite. I don't like really large prints either. I've been doing small hexies and mini quilts so I winning the scraps would be great. Jean Smith

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  164. You will never, ever find orange, cheddar, or poison green in my quilts! Can not, no matter what, think of any threat strong enough to make me do it! Love Civil War and Thirties repro's, and hand dyed textures make my heart happy. (As would getting some of your fabric scraps!)

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  165. I like all different fabrics, but don't want a super bright pink in my repros. Sticks out like a soar thumb. Cheryl menyeart3@verizon.net

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  166. I can't think of any fabrics I wouldn't use except maybe glow in the dark. They might have to go in their own quilt.

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  167. Fun to read all these comments. I can't do pinks or some of the lighter colors, some look like oatmeal.
    Love red when it acts as a neutral. Don't care for the real busy fabric or the wild colors.
    Thanks for the chance.
    T. J. at1425@gmail.com


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  168. I don't like Civil War and Thirties prints.

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  169. I have a really hard time with blue.I just don't care for the color and have to force myself to buy blue fabric of any style. I love patriotic quilts but usually try and figure out how to make one using the least amount of blue. And don't even ask me about using solid gray as a neutral; I'd be too depressed to answer.

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  170. I'm so in love with civil war reproduction prints....love..love love....my favorite....but I do like some bright happy fabrics....your lines are always delicious

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  171. I'm so in love with civil war reproduction prints....love..love love....my favorite....but I do like some bright happy fabrics....your lines are always delicious

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  172. I LOVE your fabrics and your same design likes! I especially am drawn to patriotic pieces right now. The fabrics I dislike working with would be batiks, brights like mints, tangerines, lemons, powder blue, and I do not like fabrics with butterflies, bunnies, chicks... or any animals per say. I LOVE tiny prints and lots of Blacks which can be hard to find. I also find really good primitive golds hard to find. Thanks for the offers!! Your link to Subscribe to Post Comments (Atom) is broken, so I am not sure how to sign up to comment under my name. It is Wanda Hall email address icookiejar@roadrunner.com and I do receive your emails. Thank you!

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  173. Love the civil war fabrics. I'm not too fond of brights and batiks.
    brasleyquilt@hotmail.com

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  174. Purple! Purple! Purple! Neon, muted or batik. Ugh! Thx for this opportunity. Yur scraps would find a warm and happy home at our house!

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  175. Brights and large prints are not on my favorites list.

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  176. I know, actually I am not eligible but if I pay the postage myself, maybe I am?
    I greatly dislike naive looking flowerpaintings in bright colours and loud, clashing colours. I wish everyone a nice day, Birgitt (Germany)

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  177. I just do not care for any of the modern geometric and large scale in your face fabrics. They seem so loud and obnoxious to me.

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  178. I am a lover of Civil War Reproduction fabric also. Like you, I can't use brights either. They just seem to scream at me. I like more subdued colors and fabrics.

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  179. Love these fabrics. Thanks for this give away.

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  180. Love your scraps! I like most fabrics, but don't really have browns and blacks regularly in my stash. I like black and white striped fabrics and always intend to buy some to use as binding for bright scrappy quilts. Your post has reminded me I need to rectify that omission! I like mauves and purples but rarely see fabrics in those colours that appeal to me so that is another gap in my stash.

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  181. Fabric.....dislike??? No such thing. Except for poor quality, but that doesn't count because that isn't even part of the equation. Your colors and prints are just phenomenal and nothing is more gorgeous than reds, blues, and neutrals! PLEASE PICK ME!!! Thanks for the opportunity to win such a fun prize.
    Alice aborge2000@gmail.com

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  182. I just do not like large floral prints. I purchased some years ago, and will probably stay in my stash forever

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  183. I love scraps quilt and My dislike is large prints,use them for fussy or strings.I realize I have not black,grey ,bright and batik.

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  184. I love all fabric and make scrappy quilts so generally can make use of any fabrics....any piece of fabric can be used in a quilt it just means I have several quilts on the go at any one time but if pushed I would never buy big patterned neon prints even if they were on sale 😊

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  185. I tend to use Civil War prints as well. I have also always loved 30's prints and have made many quilts with them. Since my grandchildren were born I have started collecting and using novelty prints and brights. I am not a fan of floral prints, either large or small. Love your blog!

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  186. I don't use Batiks or bright fabrics. For me, I it's just not fun working with them. I love repro fabrics, especially Civil War ones.

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  187. It is amazing how your fabric preferences influence your quilts. Some may say you are stuck in a reproduction mode but that is my happy place. Novelty prints and the really bright more modern prints hold no interest for me. I will use background fabrics that are not reproductions if they play well with the other fabrics. I have sewn quilts for my grandchildren so I have used 30's prints which I find more suitable for children's quilts. Quilter_mar@email.msn.com

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  188. I love reproduction fabrics the best. I don't use batiks or really bright colors. Thanks for the chance to win Pam! rkweidler@verizon.net

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  189. Batiks are just not my cup of tea! I really like more traditional prints.

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  190. I'm not a big fan of novelty fabric (mostly because I really don't have an idea on how to highlight them in a quilt) and I really stay away from skull n cross bones and Halloween type fabric.

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  191. After munching on my hasty words far too many times, I have learned to never say never; however, that being said, I am reluctant to go down the pastel pathway. I prefer richer, more vibrant fabrics in my quilts. Perhaps I will one day be enticed by the arrival of a great-child to venture into pastels for a first baby quilt. We shall see.

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  192. I love reproduction fabrics too! I would have to say that orange is a color I don't have and probably would never use. I like to make table runners and mug rugs, and tend to use scraps to do so, but I still stick to the darker colors.

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  193. I'm not particularly a fan of yellow. However, I think all colors have their place. Civil War repros and like fabrics have always been my favorites. Most of the quilts I make and keep for myself are made with reproduction fabrics. I do enjoy making an occasional quilt with brights or novelty fabrics for gifts, then love getting back to working with my favorites.

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  194. No B+B, brights or batiks! Green and cheddar make it into my prairie quilting but they must be on the "muddy" side of the spectrum. No florals unless they also are dark and cut into pieces that only show the color, not the pattern. No Asian fabrics, no brights like Kaffe's not ever! My quilting Pals say " You quilt with mud!" I"m making pin cushions for Christmas gifts,Patchwork in Bloom is a favorite. Thanks for your Blog.

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  195. I really don't have any fabric dislikes. I have not used yellow or cheddar in a quilt but if the right pattern comes along I am not opposed to using it. Can't wait for my Star Spangled BOM to begin! Love all things patriotic. Would love to have some scraps to make coordinating little quilts!

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  196. You will not find any batiks in my collection of fabrics! Very very little purple colored fabrics are in my collection - I find it hard to work with purple. And, I am not fond of white! Am I picky or what! I much prefer the reproduction fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win your SSL scraps! HUGS... and stitches

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  197. I love civil war prints. I have never used orange or lime green in any of my quilts. Will use pastels for baby quilts, but never in anything else. Muted reds, green, browns, that's my style. R really like your fabric line

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  198. I really like your fabrics as your color favorites are my favorites too. I don't care for bright colors or for batiks. I like calios and checks.

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  199. Hey Pam, so dislike novelty prints and super romantic florals. Hope you've been having a great summer!! CathieG

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  200. Green is one color that is hard for me to buy.love civil war fabric most any color,except green.

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