Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Sew Mama Sew Give Away Day!

So the Giveaway day hosted by Sew, Mama, Sew starts tomorrow, but I have a free minute to do my post now with nap time...so let's get the party started!
My giveaway is 4 fat quarters of Anna Marie's Chocolate Lollipop line.










And because Colette and I are having so much fun with fabric covered button magnets, we made a set of 4 to give away as well!


The lovely Princess Pea and her slippers...as well as another print by Anna Maria Horner.
So please leave a comment to be entered to win. I will post internationally. I am thinking about making a quilt for Hugo's 'big boy' bed...so if you have any ideas for a twin size quilt for a 2 year old boy, please leave that in the comment...colors, patterns, a link to one you have made that turned out great. I will leave the giveaway open until December 6th and pick a winner that night.
If you have a minute, you should really check out the button on the top right of my blog to see all the other giveaways going on at Sew, Mama, Sew...but beware, it will be a huge time suckage!!

420 comments:

  1. What great fabric in your give away. I can already picture using it. Thanks.

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  2. Great giveaway! You should really check out the All Star line by Riley Blake - available in cotton or flannel. I just LOVE it and plan to use it for my little guys toddler quilt.

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  3. Hi Jenny, great giveaway, I just love the little magnets. You should check out the new 'Boys Book' by Annie Downs from Hatched and Patched. Here's a link to the post on her blog - http://hatchedandpatched.typepad.com/hatchedandpatched/2009/09/the-boy-book-complete.html
    If you have trouble finding it in the States, let me know and I'll see what I can do.
    Lizzie
    XXX

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  4. Great giveaway Jenny. I've made a couple of quilts for my boy one was the "Card Trick" from Quilt in a Day and another from "The Quilt Maker's Gift(http://www.quiltmakersgift.com) The patterns are user friendly and each quilt reflects part of the story which is a favorite of mine!
    Happy sewing :0D

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  5. this is one of my favs...thanks for participating, jenny!

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  6. How fun - great giveaway - oh and by the way - you won a cd on my blog :-)

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  7. Cute magnets, Jenny! And the Anna Maria Horner fabric is gorgeous--what nice giveaway:)

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  8. I love Anna Maria, but surprisngly, don't have any of this line. I am having a fabric giveaway too.... thanks for the great giveaway!

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  9. These are great fabrics! Love them! Oh the possibilities...

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  10. Love pinks...love the fabric!
    Please enter me in your great giveaway!
    Ideas for a boys quilt...tough one!
    How about an Ohio star in blues & red with pictures of his favourite characters in the middle of the stars ( fussy cutting fabric or using panels is great for this).
    I didn't say my idea was a good one...LOL
    Please still enter me in your giveaway...LOL
    Liz

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  11. That fabric is beautiful. Sorry I can't help you with quilt ideas, I'm only new to quilting and still on my first one. Hope you find something :) xx B.

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  12. Fabulous fabric :)
    cheechinghim@gmail.com

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  13. beautiful fabrics, but sorry i'm not good in such big quilts. pretty new in it

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  14. Thanks for the warnig re: huge time suckage! I have a slice to make for the kids school tomorrow and it's getting late here! These are beautiful fabrics and I thank you for your giveaway. My fave quilt size is not quite single- sort of sits across the bed and doesn't dangle over. If it's your first biggy the challenge will be the quilitng so just breathe, take breaks and keep calm!!

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  15. such sweet fabrics. love the button magnets.

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  16. beautiful fabrics, great giveaway :)
    please count me in!!
    and go to my blog
    http://rosaechocolat.blogspot.com/
    I'm hosting this giveaway too :))
    HUGS from Portugal :)))

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  17. I think those magnets you made are so sweet! The little shoes, super!!!
    I'm also having a give-away: http://doucepoints.typepad.com
    You're very welcome to enter
    Thanks for the chance in your give-away!

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  18. beautiful fabrics - the magnets would be a big hit with my girls!

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  19. One of the quilters in a bee that I'm in sent those fabrics and they were so fabulous to work with. Love them!

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  20. I am having a blast reading all these new blogs! Everyone is so creative!

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  21. What a lovely giveaway! I love those fabrics and those buttons are so cute!
    Thanks.

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  22. Love that fabric- thanks!
    Not sure if you're at all into this, but my little boy has a cowboy bedroom, so his quilt looks like this one I made for my nephew...http://sewmamas.blogspot.com/2009/09/hello-anybody-out-there.html (scroll to bottom.)

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  23. Those are great buttons! As far as the quilt...my 2 boys keep telling me they want quilts for their beds because I made some for grandparents. Well, post your favorite ideas, I could use some inspiration!

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  24. Beautiful fabric!
    As far as the quilt goes, you could piece a picture of your son's favorite type of toy, animal, character, etc. My son loves cars, so I have been VERY slowly working on a map type street scene. Applique would be easy, but a giant paper pieced quilt would be divine.

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  25. I am a big fan of Noah's ark themes...the water, the animals!

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  26. I recently saw a quilt made for a little boy out of fairy tale prints. It was just plain rectangles sewed together, but the prints were adorable; things such as Jack and Jill and such.
    Also, I love the little bonnet girl quilts and I've seen them where there's a little boy fishing, but I'm not sure what that quilt is called.

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  27. I would like to be entered in this contest! I think that a great quilt for a little boy would be one that he could help choose colors and ideas! Good luck and thanks!

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  28. Lovely!! Thank you for the chance to win!! about the colors I thing some kinds of blues and chocolate will be great!

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  29. oh I love Anna Maria's fabrics! & the button magnets are so cute. I agree, blue & chocolate would be a sweet boy quilt. Or something with cars on it... boys love cars!

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  30. love to win. i'd go with munki munki for the 2 year old boy bed but then i'm partial.

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  31. Great fabrics and the button magnets are adorable.

    Quilt for a boy??? I did a couple for grandsons using patterns from Quiltmaker Magazine. One was with dogs and fire hydrants (very cute) and the other was with frogs, bugs and all else. That was also precious and is well loved.

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  32. My nephews are into policemen, fire, construction. You could get all patterns of those type things (or whatever you son is into), mix with some solids and have a cool quilt.

    I'd love to win!

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  33. i love your fabric! and cute magnets!
    i hope to get lucky like you did at november! and yes- that is lucky to win all that! wow!

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  34. Love the fabric and the magnets!

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  35. gorgeous fabrics! i made a quilt using a disapearing 9 patch, andit turned out great! it probably wouldnt be too complicated to do for a big twin, good luck on it!

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  36. Oooooh, excellent give-away! ::fingers crossed::

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  37. Oh, I love the fabric! Fantastic. Are the animal party fabrics too young for a 2 year old? That fabric might be great for a quilt.

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  38. Great fabric. and I love the buttons!

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  39. That fabric is just lovely, I can already picture what it would turn into :)

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  40. I made a Color Wheel quilt from "Last Minute Patchwork + Quilted Gifts" for my 5-year-old, but used just blues and greens. The pattern looks complicated but it really wasn't... I finished it in record time amid all my other Christmas projects last year. Here's a link to pictures: http://www.stitchcraftcreations.com/2009/08/22/a-tour-a-tutorial/

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  41. I love those button magnets!

    For my daughter's big girl bed, I made a stacked coin quilt. Since she has one of those star canopies over her bed, I used the "Neptune" fabric line for a sea-themed bed covering for her to sleep under. Lying in the ocean, looking up at the stars ....

    I'm not a fan of gendering, so if my daughter was a boy, the quilt would have been the same :)

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  42. I covet that fabric!

    I found this pattern for a zig-zag quilt that I want to make for my boyfriend, but I haven't started it yet: http://beesquarefabrics.blogspot.com/2009/03/how-to-make-zig-zag-quilt-without.html I like the idea of no triangles... :)

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  43. ooh, I love the Chocolate Lollipop line SO much. what a great giveaway! for quilts, I love stacked coin quilts in super bright colors for kids - they are just so fun, and easy to make!

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  44. Good stuff! Right now I am liking the Cogsmo fabric with circuit boards and robots for a little boy.

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  45. Great giveaway! I can think of so many different things to use it with!

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  46. Great giveaway! I have a hard time coming up what to do for my sons quilt too but I've seen a few fabric sets on Etsy that look really cute
    http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=31161051
    http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=34884818
    http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=33381457

    have Fun!

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  47. Wow! Thank you for the opportunity to win, and I'm so glad I was led to your site through Sew Mama Sew!

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  48. That is some happy fabric! I love those bright colors and patterns.

    I wish I has suggestions for a boy quilt but I mostly just wing my quilts and rarely work from a pattern.

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  49. Well, you could make an I Spy quilt or a fun disappearing 9-patch or a bright sampler quilt. I recently made 4 kids' quilts and blogged about them. Thanks for the chance for the giveaway!

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  50. great giveaway. i love that fabric!!!! the magnets are also adorable. thanks for the chance to win

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  51. Thanks for participating in the giveaway. Even if I don't win anything it has been fun finding some new and interesting blogs. The fabric you are giving away is lovely.

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  52. Thank you for giving us the chance to win those amazing looking fabrics :)

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  53. This is a great giveaway! Love the fabric and magnets!

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  54. I LOVE the way you used the princess in the pea for the magnets, so cute. I just finished a quilt for my 2 year old nephew. I haven't posted pictures yet, but I will soon. I used lots of primary solids, a japanese fabric with trains (because he LOVES trains) and heather ross' rabbits and cars fabric. he really seemed to like it.

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  55. Great giveaway!! i would lOVE to win it. i love the magnets especially. thanks!!

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  56. great giveaway! Those magnets are too cute!

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  57. cute cute! happy giveaway day! here's my giveaway http://www.simplymodernmom.com/2009/12/the-gift-box-a-giveaway/

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  58. Beautiful fabric and a great giveaway!

    Bree
    bdoody11@yahoo.com

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  59. Oh, I love orange and sky blue together for boys. Good luck with your quilt, and I love the fabrics.

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  60. i love anna maria horners fabric. thanks for the giveaway!

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  61. Great giveaway. I love the fabric. For the quilt, perhaps squares in squares with different func centers?

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  62. I love the fabric! Great giveaway
    -Crystal

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  63. Excellent giveaway! For a child's quilt I think blues and greens look great together.

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  64. Great giveaway! Thanks for the opportunity.

    Vicki

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  65. Thanks for this great giveaway. I wish I could help with the toddler quilt but no kiddos yet! I do love blues and greens together. Or aqua and orange!

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  66. Love these fabrics! Thanks for the giveaway. I'm making my boy a duvet cover for his twin bed. I thought washable would be good! Here's the tut I'm using: http://sew4home.com/projects/bed-linens/331-pink-and-blue-floral-girls-duvet-cover
    In manly fabric, of course :)

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  67. Very nice giveaways. I'm making a magnetic board for a christmas gift and those fabric covered button magnets would go perfectly on it!

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  68. Love the giveaways. Thanks for giving!

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  69. What pretty fabric! I'm not a quilter myself but good luck with it!

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  70. What yummy fabric. Would love to win it. Thank you for the give away.

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  71. oh goody! thanks for the chance to win. warm hugs from colorado, rachel

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  72. Oh, I'm loving that fabric! My "Baby quilts" usually consists of two or three charm packs sewed in groups of 4 and offsite with sashing, something like this: http://comeandseetheseitz.com/2009/07/03/baby-boy-quilts/

    Good luck!

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  73. David Walker's Oh Boy is great! Here's a link http://www.fabritopia.com/oh-boy.html

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  74. Mmmm, yum - chocolate lollipop! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  75. Beautiful! Thanks so much for the chance!

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  76. I love that fabric! Enjoyed your blog ;)

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  77. great giveaway - love AMH fabric!

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  78. Oh those fabrics are just adorable!! If you are looking for some inspiration for baby quilts, you should go to cluckclucksew.com She has a little boy and has made quite a few little baby quilts that are amazing!! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  79. I like yellow and red and blue for boy quilts. Thanks for the giveaway op! toilandtrouble [at] spambog [dot] com

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  80. I love Anna Maria! Thanks for the giveaway. Not sure about a 2 year old's quilt, right now I'm in a huge red phase-- love red and turquiose/aqua. That's probably what I'd try to do!

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  81. I love those fabrics! I really like blue and green for boys, I recently made a quilt with those colors and a fabric with motorcycles (which my nephew loves), so I just kept it simple with traditional squares and for the reverse I used a nice turquoise fleece

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  82. I would love to enter. For a 2 year old boy I would do something bright and fun. I would do bright reds, blues and greens.

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  83. cute stuff! :)
    SparklePowerCandace@gmail.com

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  84. Great giveaway! I like red for boys (nothing wrong with blue, but they get so much of it). Maybe little square patches with some fussy-cut prints he could spy?

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  85. I love the buttons! I need the fabric :)! (lol) What a great giveaway, thank you so much for the oppurtunity!

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  86. Nice choices! Thanks for helping to make the giveaway day as awesome as it is :)
    For your 2-year-old boy, I would have him go online (like to, say, quilterscache.com or somewhere else where there are lots of black patterns with big pictures) and have him pick one he likes, and them take him to the fabric shoppe with you to pick out his favorite patterns and colors. A fun challenge for you, and what could be neater than having a quilt on your "big-boy bed" that you helped to put together yourself!
    sarita0818 at comcast dot net

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  87. Great giveaway! I made a twin quilt out of half log cabin blocks and alternating focal squares in blue, brown and red. It turned out really cute. Sorry I don't have a picture online anywhere.

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  88. I love those fabrics and buttons...what a wonderful giveaway...

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  89. That fabric is cool. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  90. Thanks for giving!! Your ornament wreath came out super cute!! As for quilt suggestions...hmmm...I am NOT a quilter, so the ones I made are simple 6" block quilts..I like them "puffy" like a comforter so I generally tend to just stitch in the ditch and follow the squares!! Have a great giveaway!!

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  91. Thanks for your giveaway!!! I really love the colors! I really want to win!!

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  92. Great giveaway - thanks! Good luck with your quilt. jmhamlin826 AT yahoo DOT com

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  93. Awesome fabric!! I'd love to be entered in your giveaway!

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  94. fantastic stuff! Love those buttons!

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  95. Adorable!

    I keep saying I'm going to make my boys (5 and 2) quilts but haven't yet. (story of my life!) Anyhoo, I was going to hit resale shops and my hubby's closet and pick up tons of men's dress shirts in different plaids and stripes then make scrappy quilts with denim binding. For their shared bath, I thought I'd do a matching shower curtain with denim ties.

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  96. what gorgeous fabric! I love the color combo brown and blue. The little boy's monster quilt from "Don't Look Now!" posted today is just adorable. Thanks!

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  97. Fabrics for boys are limited. the ones I love are Riley Blakes, All Star (love that it comes both in cotton and flannel) David Walker's, Robots and Oh Boy! lines are both cute. I just made my 2 year old son a charm square quilt (a little bigger than crib size but not quite twin) out of all different kinds of fabric solids and prints and he loves searching for the different squares. He has made it a game.
    kbsteuber@yahoo.com

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  98. Love the fabric. I am gonna tackle some of those magnets.

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  99. Great prizes. I love fabric buttons!

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  101. Cute button magnets and great fabric!

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  102. I love the fabric - I could definitely use that for my little girl!

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  103. Great giveaway! For your son's quilt, I'm a big fan of raggy quilts with either denim or flannel (2 layers total so it's not too heavy).

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  104. Fantastic fabric! Thanks for the chance to enter!
    Best of luck with the giveaway!

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  105. CUTE magnets! Thanks! Lindsey G (grl_4_God@hotmail.com)

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  106. Great giveaway!

    For the quilt? I'm pretty new to the quilting world, but I think there are a few quilts in the Denyse Schmidt book, Denyse Schmidt Quilts, that can be easily boy friendly with the use of color. I am looking at the ICE POPS or the BIG ZIG patterns for my sons. For colors, I am loving a color grouping I saw at Film in the Fridge blog - navy, sky blue, grey and chartruse (yummy).

    Good luck and Happy Holidays!

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  107. The fabric and magnets are beautiful- thank you for this opportunity! I love argyle quilts- maybe that would work for your little guy!

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  108. Beautiful giveaway! I only have one child - a daughter, so I don't have any idea what boys like. Looks like you're getting some great suggestions, though!

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  109. I was planning on doing my boy's room in pirate ships---using fabric with old maps, pirate flags, traidtional pirate colors (blacks and reds)--all appliqued onto blocks. Then we found out we were having a girl and my husband said, "You can't do a pirate room for a girl!" Ah, man.

    Thanks,
    cassandra.pendergraff@gmail.com

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  110. The fabric is so pretty! I haven't made quilts for children yet, so I don't really have any ideas...

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  111. I think a patchwork project out of chocolate lollipop would be perfect for my mother. Such a great giveaway.

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  112. I'm thinking about making a zig-zag quilt with plain zigs mixed with blue and green and orange and brown patterned zags. really busy, but it looks good in my head! ;)

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  113. the magnets are adorable! have you thought about making an I-spy quilt?

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  114. oh my I haven't made but 1 boys quilt and it was from a pattern at Connecting Threads from a long time ago. In fact they'd sold out of the kit and I picked up the fabric I needed from lot's of different places. It was a circus quilt.
    This fabric looks wonderful!

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  115. Oh yummy fabrics ( big Anna Marie Horner fan here) and such cute magnets too. Have always wanted to try making those. Have made other magnets with fabric and resin pebbles which are featured on my blog somewhere if you want to check them out. I wish I could help you out with a boys quilt idea but I have 2 girls so mine are generally quite girly. I did make one quilt for my nephew when he was a baby. It was very bright colours and was an alphabet quilt with pictures appliqued on to represent each letter. If that appeals I can dig out the pattern somewhere amongst my magazines. Thanks for the great giveaway. My toes and fingers are crossed.

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  116. I would love to win the fabric! I could make Ipod covers!

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  117. I love that fabric. I'm not very much help in the quilting department but I think that a log cabin with very bright colors would look cool.

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  118. Oh, pink fabric. My favorite. Those buttons are too cute.

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  119. I love the magnets. Love.

    Quilt - I think a dinosaur theme would be amazing.

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  120. Beautiful fabrics!

    kynaroyal(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  121. I am drooling over that fabric, thanks for a chance to win!

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  122. Hmmm... maybe a quilt using the Funky Monkey fabric. It works well for a boy or a girl. And who doesn't love those sock monkeys.

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  123. Great giveaway! I love you fabrics and buttons!

    My 1.5 year old is into trains and cars so we are piecing together a quilt out of random car scraps for his toddler bed he's moving into (got to make room for baby #2 in the crib!).

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  124. I'm starting a quilt for a two year old boy myself. I'm collecting Japanese fabrics that have trucks (or diggers, or trains, etc) on them because that's what the boy loves.

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  125. thanks for the giveaway. hope i win. love the fabrics

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  126. I love that material!! Pink and brown are so pretty and expecially together!!

    Thanks for doing this!!

    nmommy02@gmail.com

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  127. OHH OHHH My how awesome! Please sign me up, I would love to make some little girl dresses out of this cute fabric! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  128. I know what you mean about time suckage..hubby is eyeing me with a frown with all the time I'm on here today on his day off! thanks for participating in this fun giveaway event!

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  129. Oops... I don't know where my comment went, but I think it wasn't posted, so I'm going to try again. I was telling you that I'm rather new to sewing quilts, and that my most recent "piece" was this baby quilt. When it comes to kids, I love really colorful bedding.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win :-)

    Contact:librosfera(at)gmail(dot)com

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  130. what a lovely giveaway. I love AMH's fabrics!!

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  131. Fun giveaway thanks for the chance!

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  132. The title of your blog is great. I love the buttons. Thank you.

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  133. I have no idea about boys quilts, having come from a family of girls to having 3 girls of my own, there just aren't many chances to put the boy crafty thinking hat on!

    Please enter me in the draw!

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  134. Those colours are gorgeous. As for 2 yr old quilt, I don't know. My youngest is 20 mths and I have sitting here still the fabric to make a very hungry caterpillar quilt. I think he may be too old for it by the time I finish though (it will be my first quilt)

    Maybe a multicoloured squares and triangles with appliques of his favourite things (cars, boats, trucks, planes etc??)

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  135. I like Alissa's Sparks baby quilt. It's a great way to use up scraps! Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  136. join a quilting bee and have the others help like i did!

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/mommymae/4146297290/

    i love chocolate lollipop!

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  137. Anything with trains involved!!

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  138. I'd love to win! What beautiful fabrics & buttons! Thanks! :) ~Stacy

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  139. ooh, I'd love that fabric! I am making a zigzag quilt for our three year old. I let him pick the colors!

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  140. That fabric would go perfectly in my daughter's room! and i collect magnets so those would be a great gift to win as well!

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  141. I think something simple - try Alicia Paulson's Ollalieberry Ice Cream Quilt http://www.rosylittlethings.com/ollalieberrypattern.html

    It is quick to whip up but can look so different depending on the fabric you choose.

    Michelle
    michelou[at]gmail[dot]com

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  142. I would love the chocolate lolly pop fabrics, I have never seen them over here

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  143. The fabric and the buttons are so cute! Thanks for the opportunity.

    I am doing a toddler bed boys quilt using animal party by Robert Kaufman - it's just big squares but it's cute so far.

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  144. This fabric and the buttons are great. I don't have any kids yet so no advice of my own to speak of but Allison over at http://www.cluckclucksew.com/ just made the cutest quilt ever from Katie Jumprope. Be sure and check that out. As far as fabric have you seen the "all star" line by Riley Blake. It is to die for.

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  145. Great prizes!! Thank you so much!

    I just made my first quilt last week and I (loosely) followed this tutorial on Mode Bake Shop, it's a really fun quilt!

    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2009/03/pinwheel-baby-quilt.html

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  146. Chocolate Lollipop is one of my all time favorite lines. I am too amazed with all of Anna Maria's fabrics!

    albeaton (at) aol (dot) com

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  147. Love your give away. A boys quilt I saw a fabric line coming out with castles on it I don't know the name but castles with an appliqued dragon would be cool for a boy.

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  148. Love the fabric and the button magnets... but I love anything Anna Marie!

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  149. really pretty fabrics--pick me! pick me!!

    I don't have boys but I think blocks of animals or cars or something he's interested in would work; you could just make the blocks squares without a lot piecing so it wouldn't be "fussy" like you'd make for a girl, maybe?

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  150. love the magnets, i might have to make those. I also love the fabric

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  151. Great giveaway. Love the fabric and the magnets. I really like the sock monkey fabric. Great for a boy.

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  152. How cute! Enter me please. :D

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  153. I love the fabric! I also really like the magnets. Great giveaway

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  154. I love the chocolates and pinks in the fabric! Great giveaway!

    kikisdeals@hotmail.com

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  155. Great giveaway. Love the fabric! Thanks for an opportunity to win.

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  156. I love the button magnets!
    My only suggestion for a big boy blanket is to make one of the quilts that looks like jars on a shelf (my MIL has a canning one with fruit fabrics in the jars, but she also has a halloween inspired one with bugs and spiders, I bet one with nuts and bolts or other "garage" parts would be a big hit, or the bugs and spiders is the one my nephew loves!)
    Good luck.

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  157. Great fabrics. Big thnks for sharing

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  158. What a lovely giveaway! I especially love that cute princess magnet!!!

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  159. Great fabrics! Hmm...a quilt for a boy. Although I have never made a twin quilt for a boy, if I did I think I would use blues and browns, I saw one recently in that colour palette and loved the way it looked.

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  160. Would just love to win such lovely fabric I've never even seen before!

    Thanks for the chance to win such an awesome giveaway! You're far too generous!
    Merry Christmas!
    mayhem5@softhome.net
    http://thequiltingdee.blogspot.com/

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  161. I love your giveaway, especially the princess face from Far, Far Away!

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  162. Great giveaway! I have a twin size quilt in the works right now for my 3 year old son. It's a disappearing nine patch with five 12" embroidered blocks spaced out in the middle. I've used medium blue, dark blue, yellow, and orange solids and a bunch of vehicle prints.

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  163. Love the Fabric and the button magnets. What ever you do don't pick anything that could some day be "scary" Monsters, dinosaurs, or in my son's case aliens. That'll just come back to bite you!

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  164. Great prizes! I'm going to be making my 2 year old boy a quilt too. I'm thinking a four patch, I spy kind of quilt, or bright zigzags. I would really like to make one with giant applique blocks like oak leaves and acorns, but that might wait til he's older and I have more time!

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  165. What a great giveaway! Thank you!

    I'm new to sewing and quilting so I can't give you any ideas... I only got ideas for knitting!

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  166. I love the Riley Blake All Star line, all of the colorways but in particular the orange and green one. If I were making a quilt for mine I'd start there.

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  167. gorgeous! i'd love to win!

    and I was going to suggest Riley Blake All Star as well -- I've made 2 1/2 quilts from it -- soon to be 3!

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  168. such lovely fabric!

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