Thursday, March 16, 2017

Time For Another Scrap Give-away!

Now that I'm feeling more my old self, and with Spring Quilt Market preparations in full swing, we've been doing a lot of cutting, sewing and scrap gathering.  You know I don't want to hang onto all those scraps for myself.  Nope....no way!  

I need to find a good home for four boxes chock full of a wide variety of scraps!  


Debbie and I have complete four quilts, all using brand new fabrics from On Maple Lake.  

So...there are some Maple Lake scraps in each of the four boxes.  (It's not even in your local quilt shop yet, but it will be very soon!)  There are other Heartspun Quilts fabric collections in there, and I also purged some Civil War reproduction fabrics from my big scrap bin and passed those along, too.  So that means there's a big mix of wonderful scraps waiting to be sent in the mail.....to YOU!

Please leave a comment on my blog and tell me.....    

Does your quilt shop stock your favorite REPRO fabrics?  If yes, share what DESIGNERS you prefer.  If not, share what would be on your wish list.
                  
I'm sorry, but to be fair to everyone, I can not accept comments via email.  Also, I regret not being able to ship the scraps outside of the US as shipping costs are just prohibitive for a giveaway like this.

So, please help me out, and leave a comment for me by midnight Monday, March 20th, for a chance to win scrappy goodness.

Click here to see all the On Maple Lake fabrics and be sure to look for them at your favorite local quilt shop in just a few weeks.

Wishing you pieceful stitches....


189 comments:

  1. My LQS does carry repros, but I have found they are carrying fewer than they have in the past. I don't really have a favorite designer, it is the fabric color and patterns that draw me in more. I love the double pinks, purples and poison greens from the Civil War era repos the best.

    Sandy A

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  2. Several of my LQSs carry repro fabrics. I love your fabrics and Jo Morton's also.

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  3. My favorite LQS carries a lot of repros. It's hard to say which are my favorite designers because I like so many of them, but I must say I have a ton of your fabrics and can't wait 'til your new line is available. ��

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  4. When in Maine, my favorite shop is Busy Thimble, and she carries everything!!! Awesome shop! But while we're in FL, I can't say that I've seen many repros at all! So sad! BTW, that Maple Lake collection is beautiful....the colors are so rich! I love it! Thanks for the chance at a scrap bin....I love working with little bits! :o)

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  5. Squeal! What a treasure trove! I guess you know how lucky I am to have Cyndi (Busy Thimble) who carries all of my favorites. Pam Buda, Jo Morton, Paula Barnes, Barbara Brackman, Betsy Chutchian, Di Ford Hall, I could go on, and on. Thanks for sharing your treasures.

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  6. My favorite LQS doesn't carry as many repos as they did previously. I so miss all the beautiful rich full colors. Your scraps would be a treasure to me!

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  7. My "local" quilt shop is over 50 miles away so I'm an online shopper. Was very happy to have found half yard bundles of the old plum Calicoes at FatQuarterShop.com. When we lived in Oregon my favorite lqs was Boersmas and they carried a lot of reproduction fabrics. I sure miss that store!

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  8. I have only been to one of the local quilt shops in my area and that was once last year to pick up a couple yards of reproduction prints. My favorite designers for reproduction prints are Darlene Zimmerman and pretty much anything from Lecien fabrics.

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  9. My local quilt shop carries mostly modern fabrics so I do most of my fabric shopping online. I love your lines and also am a big fan of Jo Morton, Paula Barnes &Betsy Chutchian among others. Love your scraps !! Thanks so much for the chance !!

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  10. I have two quilt shops near me that carry some Civil War repros. One has just a few and it is about a mile away. The other has a little more to choose from but still not a lot and it is thirty miles away. I usually look to the internet for nice repro fabrics. I love all the designers. I shop for lots of different lines. Thank you for a chance to win, I love your fabrics and I love scrappy quilts! ! !

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  11. I don't live any where near a quilt shop. The closest one is over an hour away and since my husband isn't well, I don't get to go there. I do order online though. I love Darlene Zimmerman and Kim Diehl.
    Thank you so much for the chance to win a box of the gorgeous fabric scraps.

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  12. Wee yes more scraps. I promise to have them play with my scraps!

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  13. Thank you for a chance to win this great box of scraps. I love making quilt tops with scraps because I want my quilts to look like they just came out of grandma's trunk. The closest quilt shop I frequent is 50 miles from my house called home spun quilt shop and it carries all Civil War fabrics that I enjoy .

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  14. Would love to have these scraps. We have no local quilt shop that carries repro fabrics. There is only one quilt shop, and it foes not have them and is rarely open. Thank you for giving us another chance to win :)

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  15. I would love to see you and Jo Morton represented at my LQS. It's a relatively new shop and she is trying to get fabric lines requested. Glad you are improving!!

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  16. Civil War repros are my happy fabrics. I don't really single out a particular designer, as I am drawn to the fabrics. I love all the colors and collect fat quarters instead of a "line of fabric" as I love making scrap quilts. Glad to hear you are feeling better and thank you for the chance to win!

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  17. Your designs of course.. Jo Morton, Judy Rothemeyer (sp). And no my local shop does not carry any of the three but a shop 30 miles away in Louisville, Oh.does. I usually order online vs. making the drive.

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  18. Yes, one of our LQS carries your line and most of my favorite Marcus. We are a very strong CW and heritage quilting area. These would make a cute log cabin with alternating applique. So happy to hear you are feeling better, but do take care.

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  19. Civil War reproduction, Jo Morton, Kim Diehl and of course your designs are my favorite choices. I tend to order online when the new fabric lines come out. Love to use scrap fabrics to make beautiful quilts.

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  20. My quilt shop stalks all kinds of reproduction. I do not have a favorite designer. I go with the color I need. My local quilt shop is about 1 1/2 hrs. away. So I do a lot of shopping online. Would love to win your scraps, they look yummy.

    Shelia
    sb12041@yahoo.com

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  21. My local shops carry a few. For the best selection I have to travel a ways or order on line. I LOVE repro fabrics and I treasure my stash of them, which include quite a few of yours. I also like Jo Morton, Judy Rothmeyer and others.

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  22. I love scraps!! My LQS does a great job of stocking my favorites~ you <3, Jo Morton, Kim Diehl, Judy R, Barbara B~ and she also has a great selection of batiks. :-) Thanks for the fun!!

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  23. My local does not stock repo fabrics other than a few bolts, literally. This makes it very difficult for me, as for the most part, that is all I use in my quilts. My favorite designers are Judy R., Jo M., Barbara B, Betsy C., and you of course. Thanks for the opportunity to win your lovely scraps! sealoftus@hotmail.com

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  24. Mine does not carry the repo fabrics,but I lovE them all!! Especially the greens this time, & I am usually not a green fan...

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  25. Mine does not carry the repo fabrics,but I lovE them all!! Especially the greens this time, & I am usually not a green fan...

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  26. Reproductions are my favorite,Jo Morton & YOU of course!Thanks for sharing your beautiful scrapes with a lucky winner, sew nice of you.

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  27. Pam, I am a former quilt shop owner (Lone Star House of Quilts) in Arlington, Texas. We carried your fabrics, also Jo Morton, Judi Rothermel, Barbara Brackman, plus our Betsy Chutchian and all the great designers in our shop and online. I am no longer in business but I still love the fabric.

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  28. I find that I do not have a hard time finding reproduction fabrics, any shop that I go to has them. As for designers - I like them all. I use what I like and then also use the ones that I don't. Thanks for all the beautiful patterns and fabric. (Just finished up with your Market Day quilt - I made it all scrappy.) Robert, from northern Iowa.

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  29. Wow, nice! I have a great shop I buy yours, Kim Diehl's and was buying Jo Morton but my shop stopped selling Jo when she went to modal. I love reproduction fabric!

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  30. I shop in Amish Country, Ohio so there are lots of repro's to choose from! Lots of favs, you, Judy R, Kim D, Jo M....... can't wait to see your new line in person!

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  31. No, my LQS does not have many of your fabrics. You are so generous to share all your wonderful scraps. Just looking at the photos makes me weak in the knees!!! You have all of us out here in a fit of excitement!!!! Who will win????

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  32. I am the scrap queen. I never have enough. The more the merrier

    My lqs sells jo and Judie. I wish they would carry yours and others

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  33. Thanks for the chance--I love Scrappy! My local quilt shop has a new owner and it seems modern fabrics and solids are becoming more popular. Thank goodness for companies like Marcus, Windham, Andover and Moda for keeping reproduction fabrics in print! And online shopping--lol!

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  34. My local shop carries a limited selection of repros. I would love to see more Thimbleberries, Kim Diehl, Jo Morton.

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  35. My local shop carries a limited selection of repros. I would love to see more Thimbleberries, Kim Diehl, Jo Morton.

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  36. I have been getting into scrappy lately and have really enjoyed it. My quilt shop does carry repro, which works really well for scrappy. I don't have a favorite designer, will pick out what I like. I do like yours. Excited about the giveaway

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  37. My local quilt shop seems to have less and less of the reproduction fabrics. They are forcing me to shop on line to find what I want. Your fabric line and Jo Morton's are some of my favorites. Thanks for offering the scrap give away. I would love to win!

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  38. Why Pam Buda, of course, is one of my fav designers. Scrappy is fun and I've been exploring string quilts.

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  39. Local quilt shop does not stock a lot of repos. Like Jo Morton, Kim Diehl and Pam Burda. I was raised at Maple Lake in WV. It would be cool to use Maple Lakefabrics in a quilt

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  40. Our community of Quilt shops has really decreased. Thus, the loss of varieties of fabrics. Remember when shops specialized in a certain era or look. If you wanted repro's you visited that shop. Our shops have moved to brights and more contemporary fabrics as we are growing a crop of new generation quilters, wanting modern and bright. Been fun to watch your style and colors evolve. Would love to play with a box of scraps!!��

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  41. Currently we do not have a shop that carries reproduction fabrics. We use to have two. One closed and the other shop, Reproduction Fabrics, moved to Minnesota. I have asked one of the current local shops to consider carrying reproduction fabric but it seemed to fall on deaf ears. I guess my option is to order on line or as I visit shops out of town. Love your new line of On Maple Lake. I think all your fabric lines have all been very nice. Keep up the good work and I am so glad to hear you are feeling better. Would love to win a scrap box.

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  42. As for Repro fabrics, yes she does carry most of them and if she doesn't she orders what I ask her for. That does not happen very often however. The designers I prefer are Pam Buda, of course, Jo Morton and Lisa Bongean. What more could one ask for. Keep up the wonderful work you're doing and I will keep up my end I promise.

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  43. My local shops do carry a lot of CWR. Pam I love most of the designers, such lucky ladies we are these days to have so many to choose from. Scraps are my favorites, because I make mostly small quilts. I would be over the moon thrilled to win some of your scraps. Thanks for the chance.

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  44. My local quilt shop does stock most new Repros. I love yours of course, and Judy Rothermel!

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  45. Three Dudes in Phoenix, AZ carries loads of repros. I am currently gathering for a fall pineapple quilt and those oranges would be a great help. I really like your fabrics, Kathy Hall, Judie, Paula, and Jo. Hope you are feeling better!

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  46. Oh favorite repro designers - I love Marcus fabrics so you top the list along with Judie Rothermel and Paula Barnes. Read once that Di Ford said to keep to one manufacturer in a quilt if you want the colors to really harmonize because the dyes are the same across the designer lines. So I have a lot of Marcus. I travel to several quilt shops and always find some of what I'm looking for. Thanks for boxing up those scraps for us.

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  47. Love repro fabrics but none of the quilt shops around me carry them. Have to drive at least an hour away! some of my favorite designers are Pam Buba, Jo Morton, Betsy Cuch----, Judie Rothermel, Love making scrap quilts so a box of scraps would be great!

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  48. Unfortunately neither of my local quilt shops (under 30 minute travel each way) carry any Repro fabrics. I wish they did! My favorites are your fabrics, Jo Morton, and Kim Diehl. Thanks for the opportunity to win a box of your "scraps"!

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  49. My favorite LQS in Atlanta that carried a huge assortment of repro closed (Little Quilts) the others only carry a few. Favorites: Pam Buda, Jo Morton, Barbara Brackman and Lisa Bonjean

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  50. Great to hear that you are on the mend and getting back to your normal life! I live in an area where quilt shops are a couple hours away from me, so I do the most of my fabric shopping online. But many of the shops I've visited seem to have more brights than darks and I'm a dark girl! I'd love more reproduction fabrics...yours, Kim Diehl, KT, all of them. Thanks for this chance!

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  51. I've lost 2 out of 3 local quilt shops. One closed December, 2016 & the other has been sold! Depending on the new owner of that one, they MAY carry repro fabrics. I would prefer yours. Love all your lines! The 3rd quilt shop, closest to my home, doesn't really carry any repros and she doesn't take kindly to suggestions. :( She only orders what she likes. So, while I have TONS of my own scraps, I only have a teensy bit of your fabric left in my stash so I'd LOVE to win some of your scraps! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  52. I live in a region that has screaming brights & contemporaries. So annoying. I love mixing fabrics. I keep all scraps larger than a postage stamps and
    remember the origins of them all! Tx for keeping me inspired.

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  53. Pam, glad your feeling better. Your new fabric is sew beautiful. I love the fall earthy colors. A box of scraps would get put to good use in my hands. Thanks for all you do.

    Michigan Quilter

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  54. My local quilt shop carries some repro fabrics but to get a bigger selection I need to drive to one that is 100 miles away. I love your fabrics. I buy many different designers fabrics. I love the more traditional repros the best. I would love to win some scrap fabrics. Yours are always amazing. Reproduction scrap fabrics quilts are so fun to make.

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  55. My favorites are Jo Morton, Barbara Brackman, and Pam Buda:). And no, my local shop carries nothing I like. I have to travel 100 miles to sometimes get some of the fabrics I love.

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  56. My LQS doesn't carry as many repos as they did previously. They have been buying the lighter & brighter fabrics, not my cup of tea. They usually get some of your lines, but only occasionally do they get Barbara Brackman's line, but don't think I have ever seen any Betsy Chutchian's fabric. They do buy some of Paula Barnes fabrics, but again not all of her lines. I was disappointed the last time I visit the shop because I couldn't find any of the newer fabrics that I was wanting. I do hope they get your new line, but I''m not counting on it so it would be wonderful to win some of your scraps.

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  57. As you know, we have an awesome quilt shop in Maine that specializes in CW Reproductions and you were lucky enough to meet the owner, Cyndi Black last year at Busy Thimble. Not only does she have a fabulous shop; but she is a wonderful person to do business with. My favorite lines are anything by Moda's Jo Morton and Marcus Brother's Judie Rothermel. A few weeks ago, I visited Busy Thimble and left with a fat quarter bundle of your new Antique Cotton Calicos: Old Plum....love, love, love them!!! You told us about them last year in your class at the Maine Quilt Show and I couldn't wait to get my hands on some. Sorry to say that my Best Friend of 40 yrs who took the class with me passed away on Oct. 29 from Ovarian cancer. We had a great time in your class.

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  58. Oh my goodness, this would be perfect for the scrap quilt that I am making right now, 1 inch strips for a courthouse steps block king-size quilt. I love all Civil War fabric, your fabric, Jo Morton, Barbara Brackman, primitive gatherings, just about everything Civil War era.

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  59. My local quilt shop does not carry many repro fabrics. I get the chance once or twice a year to shop at some shops that do carry large selections of repros. But, that is not enough! I would love to have any of your repros as well as every other designer of repro fabrics, more locally available. Looking forward to seeing your newest line.

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  60. Civil War reproductions are my favorite. My LQS only carries a few bolts of them so I do most of my fabric shopping when out of town or online. I would love to add your scraps to mine and see what I could make from them.

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  61. Few LQS's in sunny Florida carry reproductions. Thanks for showing us yours. I would love to win your scraps.
    Sharon M

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  62. My local quilt shop carries a Very Limited amount of reproduction fabrics. Translate that to me hardly any! the designers I'd love to see are you of course, along with Jo Morton, Lisa .bomgean, Judy
    Rothermel. You are so generous with your scraps, thank you for such an awesome giveaway.

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  63. Thank you for the chance. I love scraps any scraps. I really like civil war retros although nobody near here carries them. I have some from a few years ago when I traveled to VT and bought there. YOUR scraps with MY scraps would make an awesome quilt! I'm glad you are feeling better!

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  64. My desire? Pam Buda, of course! Love your colors and design. Great look!

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  65. My LQS does not carry reproductions fabrics. They are my favorite fabrics so I order them online or when I go out of town. I would love to win some of your fabrics!

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  66. My LQS is pretty small, so they don't carry a very large selection of repros. I love Kim Diehl's designs. She has the same color sense that I do.

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  67. Our LQS does carry a good sollection of reproacbyt I tend to buy a design or color I'm in need of then by designer.
    All the designers are my favorites I guess.
    Thanks for the give away.

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  68. I can't always find what I need close by so I either have to travel or buy online. I love your fabric and that of Paula Barnes, Judy Rothermel, Kim Diehl among others. I would absolutely love to win some of these scraps!

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  69. I LOVE Maple Lake and would love any scraps from you--of any line of yours actually. : )
    I love all the dark and dirty designers, but favorites would be you and Judie Rothermel, and Lisa Bonjean, and Paula Barnes, and Jo Morton, and...well, you get the idea.
    No one in my town carries Marcus fabrics. I have to go over the mountain for those. One local shop has increased their very small selection of repros lately and the other shop has decreased their adequate supply a little. I still go to Village Dry Goods for the Marcus and a bigger selection.

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  70. I love scraps. One can never have too many. I love yours of course, Jo Morton, Barbara Brackman and really all Civil
    War fabric. Would love to win a box of new scraps to play with

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  71. I love your Fabrics! There are no real local quilt shops around ne, but when I travel, I ask my husband to brake for quilt shops!!! I like John Morton and Judy Rothermel repro fabrics.

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  72. There is not a lot of choice at my local shops. LOVE Pam Buda, Kim Diehl, Barbara Brackman, Judie Rothermel, Jo Morton. Thank you sooo much for the opportunity to get scraps!!! LOVE scraps!!!

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  73. My local shop doesn't carry repros but I know of several shops that do so when I am in their area I stop in. Online is good but not like a real shop. I like all the designers and have a mix in my stash. Fabric lines with reds/pinks really catch my eye.

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  74. Oh ~ Scrapbook heaven for sure! I have lots of Marcus repros with no intention of stopping my addiction!

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  75. Yours and Marcus are my favorites. I love dark rich colors. Thank you for a chance to win.

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  76. My quilt shop doesn't carry reproduction fabrics, so I usually have to order online. I love all the different designers. Hugs,

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  77. Hi! I love the Marcus Brother's Civil War Designers. Most of what I have are Judi Rothermels. I love her 30's as well. My problem is getting any of them! The shops that carried the CW fabric have closed(Little Quilts, Quilts n Fixins etc) I would LOVE to have your scraps! Thanks for that chance! Dana

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  78. Yes, my local quilt shop carries reproduction fabrics, but not as many as I outdoors like. My favorite? There are many... yours, Jo Morton, Judie Rothermel to name a few. These scraps would be a perfect addition as I am taking a class and can use scraps 1 by 1 or larger. Thanks for a chance.

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  79. Have quite a few shops in my area that carry repro fabrics. I like Pam Buda, Kim Diehl, Pat Sloan, Judy Rothermel, and many others. If unavailable, I sometimes do order by mail. So glad you are feeling better! Is So nice of you to do this Giveaway..... I would LOVE to win.... Good Luck to the "Lucky" winner. :)

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  80. I'm very lucky to have a quilt store about an hour away that carries lots of reproduction fabrics. I love so many designers, including you, of course! Looking forward to seeing your new line and would love to win the scraps.

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  81. My LQS, Pieceful Gathering in Illinois, carries a wonderful collection of civil war repo fabrics. My favorite designers are Barbara Brackman, Jo Morton and Kim Diehl. I'll be honest that I've never used your fabrics, Pam. So, I would love a chance to put your scraps into my next quilt to test them out!

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  82. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.netMarch 16, 2017 at 8:41 PM

    My LQS carries 1930 reproductions but not Civil War Reproductions. I have a quilt using the 1930s fabrics in my UFOs. I wish they carried the others also. When we lived in IL, the LQS carried the Civil War fabrics, and I bought several FQs when I was last there.

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  83. Oh boy, I have the cheddar collection arriving any day, these scraps would make awesone addition to them.
    Thanks for all the great "stuff"
    JoAnn Borges

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  84. I have 2 LQS that both carry civil war fabrics-one sells them exclusively!! Love your new maple leaf log cabin quilt and like that you've included purple! Enjoy your fabrics and have many, Jo Morton, etc.

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  85. Would love to have a box of your beautiful scraps. Your colors are always so true and sparkly.

    Linda Zeider

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  86. Our LQS's are not carrying many repro fabrics including the Civil War ones I have come to love. I am just learning about designers including you, Pam Buda, and I love your newest line and can't wait until it hits the stores. The shop that carries what I like is over 100 miles from here so I am not able to go often. Thank you for this giveaway!

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  87. The quilt shops I go to do carry repros. I don't have a favorite designer. It's the colors and patterns I go to. Many shops seem to be adding more brights to their collections and I have to say I have been adding them to my stash as well.

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  88. I love Civil War Reproduction fabrics and my LQS carries a nice selection. I would love to win your box of scraps as I do a lot of scrap quilts for a charity project.
    Jan Horn

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  89. I don't have a local quilt shop.😞 The closest one is an hour and a half away so I rarely get to go unless we are on vacation and there happens to be one close. So, I end up shopping online most of the time. I love small prints, in both civil war and 30s reproduction fabrics. Hoping to win a box of these scraps...They look fantastic!! Thank you for offering!

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  90. The nearest quilt shop is over an hour away from where I live, so haven't been there in a while! I'd really love to have any of the Maple Lake collection - they would look great in my next hexagon quilt.

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  91. Your box of scraps sounds wonderful - would be perfect for my Panama Pyramids. I have 2 wonderful local quilt shops: Temecula Quilt Co and Primitive Gatherings. And both, as you know, carry reproduction fabrics. Some of my favorite designers are Lisa Bongean, Jo Morton, Lynn Hagemeier, Judie Rothemel, the Red Crinoline Gals and last but certainly not least - Pam Buda.

    Glad you are getting back to normal.

    Charlotte

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  92. Great scraps! Unfortunately none of the quilt shops in my area carry repro fabrics. I have to drive 60 miles to a shop that has a great selection. There's nothing like seeing fabrics in person too.

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  93. The shop I frequent does carry lots of reproductions, my favorites. Pam Buda :) is one of my favorite designers. Your fabrics and patterns are wonderful. Thanks for all you do to promote quilting in our lives!

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  94. My LQS is a small shop and so doesn't a lot of reproductions, she mostly carries only Moda fabrics which I love but would like to have access to more choices. The boxes of scraps would be wonderful to win, I would be in heaven

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  95. We do have a great quilt shop with lots of repro fabrics...my favorite is yours and I LOVE your LOVE WORN QUILT!!!

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  96. I'm lucky there are multiple quilt shops in my area. The closest does not stock reproductions but I don't have to drive far to pet my favorite type of fabrics. ;o)

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  97. I am lucky. Tiny LQS who loves repros so I see lots of new and old designers and fabric. It's an exciting time with the new lines coming out. Yes I have some of yur ad have more earmarked

    Come to me my perky scraps....MaMa wants you to I've with me!! :0)

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  98. My favorite LQS carries mostly modern fabrics and batiks. I love your fabrics, also Jo Morton and Judie Rothermel. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  99. Yes, my favorite local quilt shop carries most everything. Favorite designers -besides you of course, Judie Rothermel, Jo Morton, Paula Barnes. Thank you for a chance to win!

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  100. I have at least 3 quilt shops that I go to, they all carry repo and civil war. I love all the designers! I do have some of yours too! Love all the different colors!

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  101. My LQS carries some repro fabrics, but not a lot. I love the purples and golds. The colors of that time period are my "go to" colors when I quilt something for my home. I couldn't pick a favorite designer, add I tend to go more by the colors than the lines. I recently picked up some cheddar and blue, but haven't decided what to do with it yet. Adding scraps would help me decide.

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  102. I would love to win some of your beautiful scraps. I live about 50 miles away from a quilt shop. Wished I lived near the Missouri Star shop at Hamilton, Mo. They have gorgeous fabrics. One of my favorite designers is Judith Forums here. Thank you for the chance!!

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  103. I am lucky to have one LQS who sticks nothing but repro fabrics, and another LQS that has a smaller collection. Among my favorite designers are you, Jo Morton and Kim Diehl.

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  104. I went to my LQS recently and was shocked they didn't have very much. Love all your lines. Kim deihl and jo Morton are favs too.

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  105. I love repro fabrics best of all..yours, jo morton, Margo Kramer, did hall!

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  106. My LQS is getting more all the time, she's slowly becoming more attracted to them, but it's still a pretty small selection. I'm hopeful it'll continue to expand.

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  107. oh so lovely can not wait to see the new quilts. luv your work

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  108. My local shop does not carry many but I have found others in the area that do. I was away from this style for some years but I am rekindled my love. I have been give n some old thimbleberry fabrics and it has segwayed in to jo Morton and I am finding more every day.

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  109. My LQS carries repro fabric. Of course, my favorite designer is you. But, I also like Jo Morton and Kim Diehl.

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  110. I like "Yours", Kansas Trouble, Kim Deihl Jo Martin, Barbara Brackman, My LQS carries most of them, if not I shop on-line, because is hard for me to get out. Would Love the scraps to make scrappy quilts. Thanks

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  111. I can't pick one, lol I love them all.
    My LQS carries them all.

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  112. My local quilt shop doesn't carry many but somethines you can get some.,

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  113. My quilt shop does not carry many, if any, repro fabrics. I would love to see yours in the shop. Will have to ask, or order it online.

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  114. Of course I love your fabric.. Yours are on the top of my list. I also like Barbra Brackman. My LQS carries mostly Civil war fabrics. I am in seventh heaven in there. Right now I am working on a log cabin using the blues and greens from your Old Calicos line. Your fabrics sell out so fast that if you aren't in the shop when they come in, you will have to search on line for any missing colors. Please keep designing your gorgeous fabrics for my quilts. thanks..your new line is beautiful..

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  115. I am a total scrap quilter and yours look so yummy. I would love to win and would absolutely USE them. Thanks for the chance.
    Diann Smith......kyquiltymama@hotmail.com

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  116. Our local quilt shops are moving toward the modern brights and batiks, so it is harder to find a big selection of reproduction fabrics. My favorite designers are you (of course!), Jo Morton, and Judie Rothermel. These designers create fabrics that evoke the warmth and comfort found in old quilts.

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  117. Peiceful Gatherings in N. IL has loads of repro fabric. Lucky me! I collect all the designers and mix & match in small scrappy quilts. Thank you for the chance to win those scrumptious scraps!

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  118. Sadly my LQS does not carry CW repros that I prefer, and it is 30 mins away. I gravitate towards the repros and just about anything in those wonderful "homey" colors that they come in. I love your fabrics, along with Paula Barnes, Lisa Bongean, Jan Patek, Lynne Hagmeier, plus many others. Would love a box of scraps!! Thank you!!

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  119. I am so lucky that I work at my LQS, and we specialize in reproduction fabrics. We carry all of the Marcus designers plus Jo Morton and Barbara Brackman. Of course, I have huge stash, but would love more scraps of your latest collection.

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  120. My LQS (40 min away) carries a limited selection of repro fabrics. The fabrics are by Jo Morton and Judie Rothermel. I get what I can there and order the rest online. It would be wonderful if a box of your scraps came to play with mine in a large scrappy quilt! Thanks for the chance.

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  121. Local a few are carried, I live in a rural area.... my favorites are Kim Kiehl and Jo Morton.... can find many of these about 50 miles away.... take a few "quilt road trips" with my niece. Thank for a chance to win

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  122. Your new fabrics are very pretty! My local quilt shop is an over an hour away, they carry some reproductions. I love Marcus fabrics and many others! Happy National Quilting Day!

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  123. My nearest shop has been slowing moving from reproduction fabrics and carrying a large percentage of brighter fabrics. I don't have a certain set of designers I prefer, I just like the cozy warm tones and small prints that most reproductions have.

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  124. The closest LQS to me, carries a limited amount of repro fabrics. My favorites are Jo Morton, but I love them all!!

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  125. I am blessed to have several shops in my area that carry a good selection of reproduction fabrics.
    I know I will never go wrong with Jo Morton or Judi Rothermel, but I have loved the Betsy Chutchian fabrics and I am also drawn to Edyta Sitar's work. Loving your Maple Lake palette.
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  126. My area quilt shop stocks a great deal of repros. My favorites include Judie Rothermel, Paula Barnes, Pam Buda, Barbara Brackman, and Jo Morton. I have a nice stash of older repro fabrics and will welcome your addition. One can never have enough for that special quilt for someone.

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  127. My LQS does have a good selection of reproduction fabrics. My favorites are you, Jo Morton & Barbara Brackman. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  128. Love love love did I say love the repo fabrics...these are so rich looking love the fall colors...did you say scraps ...this would be a super win I can see lots of hexies ..keep up the super designing and so glad your feeling like your old self...

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  129. Oh, what pretty treasures you have to share. Unfortunately, the quilt shop in my town closed it's doors recently as so many of them have done. Sorry but I've never been much for remembering who designed what. I'm a scrappy quilter and just like things that go together. And there is no doubt that the fabrics you've designed will go great in one of my quilts. Thanks for all you do.

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  130. My favorite quilt shop, Busy Thimbles, carries only reproductions. I absolutely love going there but my wallet doesn't! haha The fabrics I tend to collect are from Jo Morton, Judie Rothermel and your's! I usually just buy what ever prints "speak to me" as I love all reproduction prints. Thanks for sharing your wonderful scraps and Happy St. Patrick's Day! Best, Kath

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  131. my favorite quilt shop IS a repro shop so yes there are plenty of repro fabrics....terrific giveaway...and designers? jo morton, paula barnes and of course pam buda!

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  132. It's hard to find repro fabrics in my area, so online shopping is my friend. Some of my favorites are Kim Diehl,Judie Rothermel, Paula Barnes,Jo Morton and,of course,Pam Buda. BUT the list could go on and on. Do you get the idea that I'm addicted? Thanks for the chance to win scraps.

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  133. I don't have a LQS, so do most shopping online or while on quilt retreats or shopping trips. Love all the reproduction and civil war designers!

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  134. My stash could use an infusion of color. It's so nice of you to share.

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  135. Luckily, my local quilt shop carries a lot of reproduction fabrics from Jo Morton, Kim Diehl, Judy Rothermel, Paula Barnes, Barbara Brackman, and of course, Pam Buda. I do wish they would carry all of your lines though because I love them!

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  136. It is very difficult to choose a favorite designer, there are too many of you and all of you are so good. My favorite go to LQS is Two Thimbles in Bellingham, Wa. Lee carries a large inventory of civil wars
    She has a wonderful eye for color amd design. Love scrap quilts!

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  137. I'm looking forward to seeing your newest quilts! No, our local shops carry very little reproductions. My favorites would have to be Jo Morton, Mary Koval and of course yours! Marcus Bros prints very authentic repros! Thanks for a chance to win some scraps.

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  138. I love Common Threads in Waxahachie, Texas...they carry many reproduction prints! It's quite a drive for me to get there; very little to choose from within a 25 mile radius. I would LOVE to win your scraps...what a treat that would be! Thanks for the chance; they're beautiful! :)Linda

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  139. Hard to pick a favorite - I love them all. Fortunately my local quilt store carries a huge selection and variety for me to choose from. Thanks for the opportunity to win your scraps.

    Terry

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  140. My nearest shop (5 minutes from my house!) has a very small selection and NO repros... what a bummer! My favorite shop, an hour's drive away, has just a few. This is not to suck up, but I really love yours, Pam! I have individuals pieces and then a 1/2 yard bundle of the American Gothic line. Thanks for the chance!

    Liz
    boltonia55@yahoo.com

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  141. I love the folk art and reproduction colors and patterns. Kim Diehl and Red Crinoline Quilts are two of my favorites. I am just getting interested in wool applique. Thank you for sharing your scraps--this is a wonderful thing for you to do for those following you.

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  142. What a great selection of scraps. I would just love to win them.

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  143. The owner of my LQS is a Civil war fan so we have a good selection here. For me it is not so much the designers but the colors and the scale of the prints. You are all fabulous. Currently really using cheddar and poison green! Thanks for your generosity!
    Christine (cwlyle at roadrunner dot com)

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  144. My local store does not carry repros. Some of my favs are Betsy Chutchian, Paula Barnes, Judie Rothermel, Jo Morton, Nancy Gere and of course you. Thanks for the chance to win your scraps!

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  145. My favorite quilt shop, Quilters Stations in Kansas city carries many, many reproduction fabrics from you to all the other prominent designers. Being a reproduction fabric fan, I love them all.

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  146. My local quilt shop has lot's of repro fabrics, including some of my favorite designers: Pam Buda, Di Ford, Betsy Chutchien, Jo Morton, Barbara Brackman and Judie Rothermal. I am so fortunate to have a great local quilt shop so close to me!!!

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  147. First I love the new line--second--I have NO repro fabrics in my stash--I could not bring any with me when I moved from NY to FL--and sadly--the couple quilt shops in my area do not carry any repro's that I can find--so I still have none in my stash--I miss working with that line--any line of repro's at this point is a good line!!
    enjoy the moments, diane

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  148. My local quilt shop does carry repro fabrics. My fav's are your lines, Betsy Chutchien, Di Ford, and Jo Morton. Thank you!

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  149. Some of my local quilt shops carry repros. Besides your fabrics which I love, I also like Jo Morton, Judie Rothermel and lots of Windham's fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  150. I am so glad you are feeling better! Sadly, my not so LQS does not carry repro fabrics. I love Jo Morton, Barbara Brackman and of course Pam Buda! I would love to help you out by taking some of those yummy scraps off your hands. Can't wait for On Maple Lake to come out!

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  151. Regrettably my LQSs do not carry civil war repros. My favourites include lines by Judie Rothermel, Jo Morton and, of course, Pam Buda. Thanks for sharing with this generous giveaway...the fabrics look wonderful! Teresa
    teresakehoe@hotmail.com

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  152. I have one local quilt shop that carries very very little. But what they do carry is Marcus Brothers, Paula Carnes and yourself, Pam. I have asked if the owner would be interested in expanding the repo line but she feels and she doesn't have a large audience. I disagree but what can you do. So I must either travel a good distance or order on=line Ho Hum what's a gal going to do! So you can understand my pain and so it sure would be nice to win one of these boxes of yummy fabric. Thanks Pam (Dolores in Wyandotte)

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  153. What a treasure trove of fabrics! My LQS carries some repros. My favorites are Pam Buda, Jo Morton, Paula Barnes, and Barbara Brackman.

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  154. No longer have a LQS {sad face here}; but one of my favorite quilt shops 1 hour away, the Quilted Moose in Gretna NE carries repros: Jo Morton is a favorite! As well as Pam Buda, Lisa Bongean(Primitive Gatherings), Paula Barnes..., oh heck, I like them all! Would L.O.V.E. to win a box of your scraps! Thanks for the chance to win them. HUGS.... and stitches

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  155. I guess I'm just a civil war fabric junkie, cause I've yet to meet a single piece I didn't love.

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  156. My LQS stocks some reproduction fabrics but not a lot. It's hard to find them here in central Oregon. Of course I love your lines, Jo Morton, Paula Barnes, Judy Rothermel. Would love to have a box of your scraps. I just bought a cool log cabin ruler from Bloc Loc and want to do a scrappy repro log cabin!

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  157. My LQS do carry repro fabrics here in eastern PA. I do love your lines as well as Jo Morton, Kim Diehl and Barbara Brackman.. I don't know if there is a repro fabric that has disappointed me.

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  158. The nearest quilt shop to me has a few Kim Diehl fabrics but not uch else- would like to see your jabric and Jo Morton
    Your scraps would like nice in the string quilt I am doing !!!
    Happy St Patricks Day

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  159. I love playing with scraps!
    As far as the local quilt shops stocking my favorite repro fabrics. There is only one that does and only side of a row. I wish there were more from any of the designers. Never a full line of any designer's fabric. No fat quarter bundles or fat eighths or layer cakes in the repro fabrics.

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  160. One of the quilt shops near me carries repro fabrics. I can't pick a favorite designer because I love them all!

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  161. My LQS have limited reproduction fabrics but I am always watching for new arrivals! My favorites are Pam Buda, Jo Morton, and Barbara Brackman. Thank you for this fun opportunity to win some scraps. Happy St Patrick"s Day!

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  162. Sadly 😟 My local LQS doesn't carry repro fabrics and the nearest shop is two hours away. My favs are yours and Jo Morton😁. I love making scrappy quilts, thanks so much for give away!

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  163. I live in such a rural area that the closest quilt shop is an hour and a half away. A new one recently opened within 30 minutes, but right now she only has about 300 total bolts of fabric, none reproductions. Hopefully, she will expand more in the future! My favorites that I order on-line are Jo Morton and Pam Buda.

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  164. My local shop doesn't carry reproductions. I like them all!!

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  165. Pam, I love all your fabric. After I went to Florida for a quilt retreat that you & Lynn Hagemeier were the instructors, I have been hooked. I have used most of the quilt scraps from that adventure so I would love more. I'm working on the Conestoga Trail Quilt now. Can't wait till I get that one done.

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  166. Two local quilt shops seem to be restocking fabric prints very slowly. I gather that inventory is not moving as quickly as it used to. Thanks for sharing your scraps.

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  167. I love civil war and reproduction fabric. Unfortunately my local store doesn't carry them or your lines either😔 I only do miniatures as large quilts intimidate me. So a box of scraps would be great. Thanks for the chance

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  168. Civil war reproduction fabrics are my favorite. I make lots of small blocks (4"-6") and also use the fabrics in applique. My LQS does carry reproduction fabrics. Some of my favorite designers include Red Crinoline Quilts (Paula Barnes) and Di Ford.

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  169. There are several shops in my area that carry reproduction fabrics. Pam Buda (of course!) Jo Morton, Paula Barnes are a few of my favorites. Thanks for the giveaway-hope I win!

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  170. I have 2 "local quilt shops" but very few repros in them--so I travel once a month 300 miles to a few others! My fav. repro designer is Judie Rothermel, but I love them all!

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  171. My closest quilt shop chooses to not carry any repro fabric (!) and the other shop I shop at has just a few. They used to carry more but have really reduced their inventory. I love lots of you designers out there, including you (of course!), Paula Barnes, Jo Morton, Betsy Chutchian, Julie Hendricks, Judie Rothermel, Barbara Brackman, and others. I love the historical aspect of many of you who painstakenly design fabrics based on antique ones or inspired from them. You all inspire me! Thanks!

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  172. My local quilt shop has not added any new reproduction fabrics in some time. It's just not the same ordering on-line! I get my fix by traveling to the Paducah quilt show and especially love the Madison Expo. Pam, Paula, Lisa, Julie and the list goes on...... Thanks for the chance to win some goodies, especially those brand spankin new ones

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  173. Our local shops are scaling back on repros, but they can be found in Western Maryland. The closer to an antique fabric, the more I love it, especially Prussian blue! Judie Rothermel, Nancy Gere, Betsy Chutchian, you, Barbara Brackman and Margo Krager are favorites. Thanks for your "scrappy" generosity!

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  174. One of my local quilt shops carries a nice selection of reproduction fabric. I don't really shop according to designer but purchase either according to what I need for a project or what catches my eye. Looking in my stash, I see that I have a lot of Judie Rothermel. Thanks for the chance to win your scraps, what fun it would be to win!
    Valerie

    valekort at yahoo dot com

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  175. My LQS carries a limited amount of reproduction fabrics. I cannot say I prefer any designer over another because I don't shop by name, I shop for what catches my eye. If I see a fabric I like, I buy it. Would love to win your scraps, as I am a scrappy quilter.

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  176. I don't really have a local quilt shop. Unless I drive an hour!! I love reproduction fabrics though. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  177. WOW with a 176 comments do not think I have a chance, but would love the scraps. I am working very hard in working with scrappy quilts - especially with the reproduction fabrics. I am anxiously awaiting my shipment of fat quarters from the latest fabric.

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  178. My LQS carries some repros, but never enough - haha - is there such a thing?! I love the look of this new line and can't wait to get my hands on it. Would love to win a box of scraps! Look forward to seeing you at market. Glad you are feeling better!

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  179. There is not much selection of repro fabrics in my town. That's why your scraps look so good! I'm hard pressed to pick a favorite designer, but I seem to have a lot of Judie Rothermel in my stash.

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  180. My LQS does not carry the amount of repro fabrics that I would like, but that said, I buy most of my fabrics on line. I do this because the shops offer a wider selection of designers, and more precuts. I am currently working on a scrappy quilt using repro fabrics. I like your fabric of course, plus Jo Morton and Lisa Bongean.

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  181. My local quilt shop is a hour away, they do carry some reproduction fabric, Judie Rothermel. My favorites Lisa Bonjean, Kim Diehl and yours. Which they don't carry neither. I have to order most of what I buy. Would be delighted to have a box of your scraps to sew up.

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  182. My local shop carries You, Jo Morton, Kim Diehl, and others. I haven't been buying reproduction fabrics for long, but I am very drawn to Pam Buda, in particular! I would love to have a box of your scraps to add to my projects.

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  183. Oh my goodness I would love to win a box of that scrappy goodness. The blocks I could make. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  184. I am fortunate enough to have 2 great quilt shops within 5 miles of my home.
    Temecula Quilt Company and Primitive Gatherings. Both carry a good range of repro fabrics. Some of my favorite designers are Paula Barnes, Barbara Brackman, Jo Morton, Judie Rothermel and of course you, Pam! Glad to hear you are on the mend....

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  185. I love ALL of your fabrics and truly need more scraps. I was so scrap deficient that I had to actually cut pieces off my yardage to create a scrap pile to do the tiny houses when everyone was doing that!! I now have some scraps but not YOUR scraps!!! And we don't have even one quilt shop anywhere close that carries your beautiful fabrics!!! Thank you so much.

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  186. Our LQS just re-opened in a new location. I'm not sure if she carries Civil War repros or not, but I would love to win these scraps. I'm working on a string quilt and can always use more variety. Thanks for thinking of us!

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  187. What fun it would be to create a an interesting binding or corner square with those scraps.

    My LQS (Common Threads)does carry reproduction fabrics. I do like the fabrics by Jo Morton and Betsy Chutchian and Renee Nanneman. I'd love to find yours around here as well.

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  188. My local shop stocks mostly modern fabrics, but I'm loving your new Maple Lake line! I made a repro-feel quilt for my brother in law featuring maple leaves since he is an award winning maple syrup producer.

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  189. Yes, I have a couple shops close to me here in Utah who stock my favorite designers, which are Pam Buda, Jo Morton & Kim Diehl. Scrap quilts are my favorite so I'd LOVE to win these goodies!

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