Monday, May 6, 2013

Woohoo, It's Sew, Mama, Sew Giveaway Day!

The Giveaway is now CLOSED! I will announce the winner tomorrow morning! THANK YOU SEW MUCH FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION and THOSE THAT ARE NOW FOLLOWERS! You all ROCK!   

Actually, the giveaway is not just a day, it's open for a whole week and I have something special; Kaffe Fassett woven  stripes and shot cottons.


Six fat quarters and 1/2 yard of "Thunder" (the bottom fabric). Shot cottons and woven stripes are very dimensional fabrics. The color is woven, not printed on the fabric and the warp and weft are different colors, making the fabric very rich.







  Here's how to enter:
1.  Leave me a comment telling what you like about shot cottons or if your just curious about them because you've never used them and want to try.  (PLEASE MAKE SURE I HAVE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS!! No email = NO ENTRY!!!!   If you are a no-reply blogger, please include your e-mail in your post!)
2.  For a second chance to win, become a Color Me Quilty blog follower, and leave me a comment, or leave a comment letting me know you already are! (again, make sure I have your contact info if it's not listed in your profile) 
3. For a third chance follow Color Me Quilty on Facebook and leave me a comment here letting me know.
4. You may leave one additional comment a day though May 10, 2013 for additional chances to win.
The giveaway will be open until Friday, May 10th at 8:00 PM EST. 
Ms. Random will draw one winner and I will notify him/her about their winnings (again, please please make sure I have a way to contact you, if the winner does not have contact info listed either in their profile or in their comment, a second winner will be drawn). I will ship internationally!



Make sure you go to Sew, Mama, Sew and check out the hundreds of other giveaways. It truly is AMAZING!

Color Me Quilty!
Pat

430 comments:

  1. I am very curious about shot cottons. I see them everywhere but never touched them :)

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  2. I have never set eyes or hands on shot cottons but would love to, the colours remind me of beach huts and deckchairs at Southwold, a seaside village in Suffolk UK.

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  3. I have followed your blog for some time now.

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  4. Beautiful fabrics! I've never seen shot cottons and would live a chance to play with them. Thanks! Oh, and I follow your wonderful blog!

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  5. I am very curious about the shot cottons, I have yet to see them in person. So I would love to have some.

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  6. I am a follower of the Color Me Quilty blog.

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  7. I follow Color Me Quilty on FaceBook too!

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  8. I think you are an awesome quilter. I have been admiring your FMQ for some time now. (this is my "additional comment" for today)

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  9. Gorgeous giveaway Pat - I love Kaffe Fasset but haven't used shot cottons so would love to try them!

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  10. Shot cottons look gorgeous, I would love to work with them someday.

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  11. I have not used the shot cottons yet but would love to!

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  12. I am curious about the shot cottons.

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  13. I've seen shot cottons popping up all over the net these days, but I've never had any in my hands. I'd love to give them a try and these colors are "Me!" Thanks for the chance to win them!

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  14. I'm a follower and very curious about these new goodies!

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  15. I have never had a chance to use any of the shot cottons! Would love to give them a try though...

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  16. I'm a follower through GFC and Bloglovin' :)

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  17. OMG those fabrics are Beau - ti - ful!

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  18. Many years ago I wove material on my loom. Experimenting with different warp and weft colors was a lot of fun. I would love to quilt using shot cottons. It was fun seeing them with you last weekend.

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  19. I am now an 'official' 'follower'...you've been on my 'blog list' for quite a while though!

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  20. first off i am a follower of your blog....i love it

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  21. now second...i have never tried the shot cottons but would love to

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  22. I've never had the opportunity to use shot cottons, but winning these colorful fabrics would be a fun chance to try...

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  23. Of course I follow you. I enjoy your talent..

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  24. I've never used shot cottons before, so this would be a great way to try them.

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  25. Beautiful colors! I have never used shot cotton before but have been wanting to!

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  26. Wonderful fabrics - I have not had a chance to try the shot cottons yet, but they are gorgeous and I'm looking forward to using them.

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  27. I follow via Google Friend Connect.

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  28. I have never used shot cottons and am very curious.

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  29. I am very intrigued by the whole idea of shot cotton

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  30. Never used them, just (desperately!) want to try!!

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  31. I love the texture they give to a project. But they do unravel a little too easily. They need a little special handling. ababillis at gmail dot com

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  32. Boy, I would love to try those fabrics.

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  33. Yummy Kaffe fabrics - I love shot cottons!! I am a follower as you know!!!

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  34. I have liked you over on Facebook - yay! amycav at hotmail dot com

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  35. I have used shot cottons ad a few of his stripes on my wonky star quilt (still sitting as completed blocks). I love the effect they have - yum!!

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  36. I have never seen this fabric in person, but I would love to sew with some. Thank you!

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  37. Would love to try these shot cottons. Love the stripes and colors.

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  38. i am koo koo for kaffe right now but have not got into the stripe shots yey...fingers crossed xo

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  39. I've never used these fabrics and I can't wait to try them out, they look like they feel wonderful.
    mindingmomma(at)aol(dot)com

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  40. I follow on bloglovin
    mindingmomma(at)aol(dot)com

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  41. I'm very curious about the shot cottons; I've never even seen them in-person (I live in a small town, and there isn't much here).

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  42. I follow your blog via GFC and Google Reader; thanks for the chance!

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  43. I liked you on facebook
    mindingmomma@aol(dot)com

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  44. I have never sewn with shot cottons altho i have a few blouses made from them. They are lovely fabrics. Thank you!
    Boppiesgirl at gmail dot com

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  45. I like you on Facebook; thanks for the chance!

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  46. I never used shot cottons, but would love to win some to play with. No store in my area carries them and I've been hesitant to order any without seeing them in person first. Thanks for the chance!

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  47. Love the subtle color shifts these fabrics give.

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  48. I've never used these fabric before. I'm so curious.

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  49. the closest to shot cotton that I've used is commercial homespun cotton. Does shot cotton fray as easily?

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  50. I've only ever seen shot cotton,not worked with them. They're so pretty! Very multi dimensional

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  51. I haven't had a chance yet to use shot cottons, but I would sure love to!

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  52. I have heard great things about shot cotton and have wanted to try some

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  53. No one near me sells shot cottons, and I feel like they're something I'd need to see in person to really evaluate. They are gorgeous, though, and Kaffe's new book using them looks awesome!

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  54. I haven't used shot cottons, but I love the stripes!

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  55. I would love a chance to get to sew with shot cottons - I see them all over blogland! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  56. I have never used these but they look beautiful. Thank you for hosting!

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  57. The shot cottons look amazing. Have not used them yet, but I think I would like the texture.

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  58. I follow you, because your blog is just fun!

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  59. I've never used them nor even seen them before. Very striking colors.

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  60. I've never used shot cottons, but they look fabulous!

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  61. I have never used them, I really would like to have a go at it!

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  62. I don't think I've ever used shot cotton and would love to try.

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  63. I've never heard of shot cotton, so that's why im interested hehe :) email is hoppipollaquilts at gmail.com

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  64. i follow you on blogger and bloglovin! email is hoppipollaquilts at gmail.com

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  65. I like you on facebook! email is hoppipollaquilts at gmail.com

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  66. I love the added interest shot cottons give to a project... I used them in a table runner with regular cottons and loved it :)

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  67. I like the effect of one colour on the weft and another on the weave

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  68. I've never used shot cotton, but they look lovely to work with!

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  70. I love shot cottons. I've used them twice, and they are so rich! I love the depth of the colors. So gorgeous.

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  71. I follow you on bloglovin'. I love seeing what you do! You have mad skills. =)

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  72. I am a follower. I love your FMQ. I would love to see the shot cottons in person. They are gorgeous.

    Kris

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  73. I love the shimmer of the shot cottons. I love stripes. And I love Kaffe

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  74. I haven't worked with the shot cottons yet. I keep blowing the fabric budget on more prints instead. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  75. I've never used these, they look gorgeous and I just want to pick them up and fondle them! :)

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  76. I love the duo colors in Shot Cotton! So pretty!!!

    dazzlingshorty(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  77. before right now i'd never heard of shot cottons.... mostly because i'm just a casual sewer. however i love some stripes!!

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  78. I've never used them before and never knew that they were different than regular fabric but it sounds like neat stuff!

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  79. for a second i read it as shot cannons.
    shot cottons- would love to try them!

    bethbimber(at)gmail(dot)com

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  80. I've bought two FQs of shot cottons but I haven't used them yet. They're so lovely :)

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  81. I've never even heard of them befo today but they look beautiful.

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  82. I've never used shott cotton before, but I would love to try. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  83. I've never used shot cottons but have always wanted to! They are so beautiful!

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  84. I have never used shot cottons so I am curious about it :) Thanks for the giveaway. Ana

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  85. I LOVE shot cottons. I've made a beautiful scarf with them as well as some clothes for the kids. They're just gorgeous!

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  86. Never used shot cottons, but I've been lusting over some at my local fabric shop. rlaventure(at)gmail(dot)com

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  87. I have not used shot cottons and am very curious.

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  88. I've never used them before but am curious what they are like!

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  89. I have never tried these but would love to get my grabby hands on some!

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  90. I'm a Facebook fan under Needle d

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  91. Those shot cottons look lovely! I've used shot cotton "solids" before and love them, but never had any stripes.

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  92. I have never tried !!!

    Thank you for the chance and have a sunny day.

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  93. I love shot cottons because they are so rich.

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  94. I am already a follower.

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  95. I never have used their fabrics...would love to experiment! :)

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  96. I am curious! I bet it is easy to get hooked

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  97. I would love to try shot cottons! these stripes are gorgeous!

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  98. Thanks for the chance to win! I love shot cottons - they are so fun.

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  99. Thanks for the chance to win! I follow you in my rss reader

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  100. I've never tried shot cottons, but they look lovely to work with!

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  101. I love the way they change, with the angle, and as you move them. These are really lovely!

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  102. I already follow, on my sidebar of my blog!

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  103. I have not used shot cottons in years but it's nice to see them making a comeback.

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  104. I don't think I have ever used shot cottons, thanks for a great giveaway!

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  105. I follow you with GFC, thanks!

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  106. I've yet to see them in person but have admired them online!

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  107. I've never use them I just curious and like to check it out

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  108. I am curious about those fabrics! I've never used them before! Thanks for doing a giveaway!

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  109. I haven't seen shot cottons except in photos but I would love to give them a try!

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  110. I LOVE shot cottons. They are so much more interesting than plain solids. The different thread colors give them a kind of luminescence (sp??).

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  111. And I follow your blog already!

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  112. I've heard great things about them, but have yet to try them myself!

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  113. The fabric sounds fabulous. I would love to give them a try. Thanks for the chance.

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  114. I have never heard of these before. Sounds cool.

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  115. I have never tried these but I am curious and would love to! Thank you for the great giveaway.

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  116. I haven't tried them but would love to!

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  117. I've never had the chance to see these up close, thanks for the chance!

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  118. I have never used them, I hope to win!

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  119. I have never seen the shot cottons. The picture is very pretty. I would love to win them to see how I like them.

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  120. I've never seen this fabric before - looks interesting.

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  121. Ohh, shot cottons are so rich! It's like double the color for one price. Thanks for participating in the giveaway.

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  122. Shot cottons are my husband's go to when buying shirts. Imagine how he would react to a quilt of them!

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  123. I have never used them, I'm new to all this!

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  124. I have one small bit of shot cotton that I got as part of a scrap pack, so I definitely need more. Thanks for the giveaway! wonderlandbyalyce at gmail dot com

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  125. I follow your blog! wonderlandbyalyce at gmail dot com

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  126. I liked you on FB, thanks! wonderlandbyalyce at gmail dot com

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  127. Never tried shot cottons, but I would love to!

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  128. I haven't used shot cottons but would love to give them a try.

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  129. I love how the weave softens the color. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  130. I have never heard of these. Very interested

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  131. Oh, thanks for the chance! I've never worked with shot cottons but have wanted to - so pick me!!

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  132. I'm very curious about shot cottons. I love Kaffe's designs! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  133. I want to try out shot cottons! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  134. I hear other members of my quilt guild loving them and I'm curious how they are. Thanks!
    sherlasky@mac.com

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  135. I love the color depth because of the weave. It really is beautiful.
    rowermom3@hotmail.com

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  136. Following on Bloglovin
    rowermom3@hotmail.com

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  137. I've never used these before and I'm intrigued. Thanks!

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  138. I'm new to quilting but these fabrics look very earthy and suitable for tiki hut living I love the muted colors. I've never visited your web site and found it on pinterest, it looks very interesting and helpful, so I think I'll stick around. Thanks Kathy.
    kjcm1@rogers.com

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  139. I've never used them before, but I love the look of the fabric.

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  140. I've never tried these fabrics yet, but they look beautiful!! atabanana29(at)gmail(dot)com

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  141. I follow your blog! atabanana29(at)gmail(dot)com

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  142. I like you on FB! Stacy Kemper Alfano atabanana29(at)gmail(dot)com

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  143. I have a couple of shot cottons and I am totally enamoured with them. I love the iridescent quality of them and how versatile they are. Thanks for such a great giveaway!

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  144. I have been a fan of shot cottonseed for years. Thunder is one of my favorites!

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  145. I have never used shot cottons, but I have never heard anything bad about them either.

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  146. I've never used them before... you've got me curious now!

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  147. I would love to try shot cottons.

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  148. just curious....never used them

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  149. I have never used this fabric but would love to give it a try.

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  150. These are stunning Pat! I love oakshotts so I think I'd love these!

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  151. I've never worked with shot cottons, so I'd love the opportunity to try them.

    ikkinlala AT yahoo DOT ca

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  152. What could be better than stripes? Nothing! Tanks for the give away

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  153. New to shot cottons, but I'd like to get my hands on them!

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  154. I would love to try shot cottons!

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  155. Just saw these in a magazine and I fell in love! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  156. I've never used them, but would love to try. These are gorgeous!

    Thanks for the chance - I have two giveaways happening too: www.craftyhour.com

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  157. I like you on Facebook too (Laura Bosch)

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  158. I've never used them before, but I should would love to!

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  159. I made a quilt for my husband with the Kaffe Fassett shot cottons in blues and greens. I love the iridescent quality. It seems to change colors as the light hits it from different angles. Feels yummy too.

    dede(dot)dedebaker(at)gmail(dot)com

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  160. I liked you on Facebook!

    dede(dot)dedebaker(at)gmail(dot)com

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