Happy Mail :: Felt Giveaway

1.14.2015

 Retro Mama | Felt Giveaway

I'm in the middle of clearing out felt from my shop (felt is 40% off right now, yay!) and I couldn't resist making a cute little stack of some of my favorite colors. I didn't need them for any particular project, but what I do want to do, is give them to YOU!

 Retro Mama | Felt Giveaway

From top to bottom the colors are: chrysanthemum, honey, moss, cloudy day, teal, and slate. Each is a 1/2 yard cut (a half yard is equivalent to three 12"x18" sheets).

 Retro Mama | Felt Giveaway
All you need to do is leave a comment below, and tell me what you might make with this sweet bundle of felt! The winner will be selected next Wednesday (21 Jan) and everyone worldwide is welcome to enter. The contest is closed and the winner chosen! Thanks to all who entered!

 Retro Mama | Felt Giveaway
Happy Stitching!

128 comments:

  1. I would attempt some stuffed animals for my girls!

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  2. I would like to sew a pillow with bulk flowers and cover on the phone. Always wanted to sew a felt pendants in the form of birds and flowers.
    Sincerely Marina (Kiev, Ukraine).

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  3. What a wonderful selection of colors. I've will definitely use them for some sweet stuffed animals to give to a friend who is having a baby in April!

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  4. How generous of you! The colors remind me of spring. I'd love to make a springy home decoration, maybe a small table runner.

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  5. Such a lovely offer! I would love to make a princess crown with all kinds of felt embellishments for my little Niece Ruby Sue <3

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  6. I love how the felt hangs on a cheery banner for the fireplace. We just moved into our first home together after our November wedding and it would be so sweet!

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  7. I would love to sew some dolls and with the scraps made some pouches for friends.

    Thanks

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  8. I colori sono bellissimi... io farei una borsa/casetta per le bambole e una bambola.
    Ciao
    Laura

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  9. I would make some some soft stuffed animals for my soon-to-arrive granddaughter! Thanks for the chance to win and I'm looking forward to your new book - can't wait!

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  10. Oh, what a beautiful colours !!! <3
    I could make a bunch of sweet apliques on little pouches I make.

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  11. I would make myself an applique hoop for my wall and my daughter some cute accessories like hair clips.

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  12. I would do a ton of adorable little appliqued shirts for my soon to be 3 year old!

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  13. Oh wow... so many projects come to mind for my daughter! Great colours :)

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  14. Those blues are gorgeous. I could make some appliques on bags.

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  15. Felt board items and button snakes are big in our world right now :)

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  16. I would use it to make dolls with my daughter.

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  17. Such a lovely and generous giveaway!! I would make some cute stuffed ornaments to hang :) Thank you for a chance!! :) xo Holly

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  18. love those springy colors. I'd start with needlework books. would also make lovely decor for homemade cards.

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  19. Lovely colors! Maybe a garland to brighten up the house?

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  20. Such pretty felt! I would use them for some dolls or softies :)

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  21. What a beautiful rainbow of colors! I'd make a memory game for my daughter - a burst of color on a winter day!

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  22. My 8yo daughter used all my felt to make some stuffed animals and small pillows. She sews them by hand. Now I'd like to learn her to use the sewing machine. So the felt would be really welcome :)

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  23. I love making appliqued t-shirts for my grandbabies. These would be awesome!

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  24. Hello Kim! If I win this beautiful bundle I'll probably make some cloud mobiles in all these colours!
    Love from Greece! <3

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  25. I want to make a bunch of cute felt things for Easter!

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  26. I would make some baby booties! :)

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  27. I would make some Valentine and/or Easter felt gifts.

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  28. Thank you for the chance, Kim - I would like to make a stuffed animal for my friend's daughter - 3yo girl who birds so much

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  29. Thanks for the giveaway chance. I would make another little teapot and some tiny bird fobs.

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  30. I might make some dolls or something else crafty. Or just add it to my stash of awesome fabric. I love the colors!

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  31. I think I would have to make some little stuffed birds.

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  32. These would be adorable for dolls!

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  33. Ooh - I would make a sweet birdie mobile for my friend's little baby girl!

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  34. I would make some easter decorations!

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  35. I like to make pillows out of felt. You picked such pretty colors. Thanks for the chance to win. I've also shared your giveaway on my Giveaway List for sewers & quilters at wowilikethat.com. Thanks again. (debbie at wowilikethat dot com)

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  36. I would use this felt to make some of the gorgeous Gingermelon patterns I have bought...cute little woodland animals or tiny manga style dolls. :-)

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  37. Those look lovely! Maybe some sweet stuffed friends for my new little guy.

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  38. I have been trying to make my Christmas tree entirely full of handmade ornaments and hand-stitched felt ones are so much fun! That is what I would do with this awesome bundle of felt. Now back to your store to order some!

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  39. I would make some stuffed animals...or a doll...not sure yet but definitely will be making some kind of stuffed toy.....

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  40. I would like to try my hand at applique with this fabric. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  41. I would like to make quilted journal covers to gift to my friends! thanks for the chance!

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  42. Hi, I am expecting my first baby in July (age 46 - gulp!) so would prepare some soft toys and a mobile for baby. Thanks and love your style.

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  43. I've always wanted to make one of those busy books for babies and this felt would be perfect! I'd add buttons, zipper, shoe laces, snaps, Velcro and more!

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  44. More faux taxidermy. I am designing a pink flamingo at the moment so the pink felt will be perfect. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  45. I have been wanting to try my hand at kids toys made with felt--this would be perfect.

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  46. I'd make some finger puppets for the latest craft hope project. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  47. I would like to make some felt board dolls. My girls are teenagers now but I have a friend with young daughters, and I think they would love it. dawnm1993(at)gmail(dot)com

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  48. What beautiful colors, and what a generous giveaway! I have several small nieces, and I'm planning to make them purses in the shape of animal heads, for Christmas gifts next year. This felt would be perfect for it. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  49. I just purchase a new candle mat pattern for an Easter design & this would be perfect!

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  50. I'd like to make some cheery stuffed cats with the different colours of felt. Thanks for the chance to win!

    lin.web.28(at)gmail(dot)com

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  51. How lovely of you. Such generosity. Many ideas pop into my head for using this beautiful felt - baby and toddler slippers, embroidered of course. Pencil cases - also embroidered (and lined!). Pincushions, scissor cases, tape measure keepers...such riches.

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  52. I have been wanting some felt to try making felt food for my daughter and her friends. Her birthday is coming up! sarah@forrussia.org

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  53. I see lots of ornaments for next Christmas out of these lovely fabrics and some great pin cushions.

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  54. What a generous thought..Maybe i should try my luck..kids and nephews will also be lucky because i would try to make some soft toys with these felt..(eparaponiari@yahoo.gr
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  55. I have so many things pinned on Pinterest board, I'm don't know where I'd start! A gingerbread house wreathe? A heart garland for Valentine's Day? A cloud mobile? Thanks for the chance....

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  56. These are great colors and exactly what I need for some Christmas ornaments I have planned to make

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  57. Ciao!! Che splendidi colori....bellissimi per dei meravigliosi lavoretti di Pasqua...uccellini, casette e gufetti...
    Lucia ^_^

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  58. WoW! Great give-away! I would donate it to the primary school where my oldest son Goes (3y), I'm sure those kids would make a lot of beautiful things with it!

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  59. Estas cores!!! que jeito me dão, para fazer uns quantos passarinhos, folhas e flores para os dreamcatcher que estou a fazer!!!
    Espero se a feliz contemplada :)

    maca-areia.blogspot.com

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  60. I would probably make something cute for my niece.

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  61. Felt slippers for the kids and for a friend's baby. Purl Soho just posted a beautiful pattern. Felt mittens for the kids. Toys! Many stuffed cuties. Thanks so much, such beautiful felt!

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  62. Your readers have some great ideas. I would make an activity board and busy books for the kids!

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  63. I use felt to make flowers to use on my quilts. I also use it for some pincushions. In fact I recently have placed an order for some of your felt that you have on sale. I would also like to make a small felt pear ornament for my daughter-in-law. Have lots of ideas and love the colors that they use on felt now.

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  64. OOO I can see some cute spring flowers with that felt!
    mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  65. I'd probably make some accessories for the dolls/animals I've made for my daughter :) Such pretty colors!

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  66. I have been making dolls, but I'm also in the middle of creating a tree skirt with the twelve days of Christmas using felt.

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  67. oh! i just checked out We Make Dolls from the library! these would be great

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  68. I love these colors! I love to make little dolls and animals and crafts for GranddaughterStitches (6 1/2), and she would love these colors, too! If you check out my blog you'll understand my name for my granddaughter.

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  69. Wonderful colours you have chosen. I'd love to make some colourful houses to hang them around everywhere in our house :)
    Have a nice day. Angela

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  70. I see all these cute patterns for little finger puppets that I'd love to make.

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  71. I'd love to make a pennant garland with it. Such lovely colors. Thank you!

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  72. I would love to make some Easter decorations. Tks for the giveaway. Bea.

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  73. Oh, sooooo many things I could make with those scrumptious squeezy pieces! I would love to make pincushions first and foremost. Also I'd like to try some felt ornaments, for Christmas and beyond.

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  74. ooh-i'd make some garlands, little embroidered birds, some baby shoes, and who knows what else...FUN!

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  75. I would make some sweet little birdies for my girls' room!

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  76. I would use it to make ornaments for next year for all my grandchildren and children.I do this every year so it would be good to get a head start.

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  77. I love the colors!! I would make flowers for headbands for the granddaughters!! Thanks

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  78. I have been wanting to make a hot air balloon mobile and this would be perfect.

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  79. Softies for my grandchildren and a needle book for myself

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  80. I would do hair bows for my nieces ... and your cute patterns, of course! Actually, I just started cutting Ruthie Bear and Owl plush over the weekend. Now to just stitch them up!

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  81. Прекрасные цвета!Замечательная фактура!Я бы сшила вещь и вышила на ней вышивку!
    http://intheorderofthings.blogspot.ru/

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  82. Beautiful colors, would like to make a modern folk art pillow.
    Erika from Austria

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  83. I would make a spring wall appliqued quilt. Beautiful bundle thanks!

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  84. That felt would go a long way with me! I would make bracelets, banners, chains, change purses, coffee cup holders, flowers mobile, ornaments, and a wall hanging.

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  85. This lovely felt would make a great doll for my best friend's first baby!!!

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  86. So many things!!! Baby dolls with felt hair, felt houses, felt hair bows, felt flowers, felt ornaments, felt banners......

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  87. I'd do a nice felt animal, an owl or something for my kids.

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  88. I love to applique with wool and felt. I would make a wall hanging with these beautiful colors.
    Kathy Davis
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  89. Some fabric flowers since those a pretty spring colors.

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  90. Oooooooo. I just bought four candlemat patterns! :-D

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  91. Oooh I'd love to make some dolls with that bundle!! Scrumptious! Thanks!!!

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  92. I would use these pretty colors in making dolls for charity. Thank you for sharing! cknapp3626@sbcglobal.net

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  93. I'd like to make some ornaments with them. These colors remind of spring, which is just around the corner! akronne17 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  94. I would make some hair pieces for my brand new niece.

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  95. I'm not sure what I would make. I think I would have to consult Pinterest!!

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  96. adorable! I would love to make some little felt fruits :) thanks for the chance, nnonaihr@hotmail.co.uk

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  97. I'd ask my kids what they wanted to sew with the felt as a family project - my guess would be some spring decorations! (Embroidered banner perhaps?)

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  98. What a stunning bundle! I would put these gorgeous fabrics to very good use making dolls for the FLUFF Project....a collection of stuffed toys donated to children in foster care. Thank you for the chance!

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  99. I have so many projects pinned that I could use this for, but I think I'd start with something in an embroidery hoop. My goal is to learn embroidery this year!

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  100. How very generous of you. :) I would totally make some scrappy needle books and needle minders to organize my ever growing needle/straight pin stash. <<3 Love your blog, photos, and patterns. I totally want to live in them.

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  101. What lovely colors and such a generous giveaway. as for me, if I won, I'd make some pincushions!

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  102. Oooh la la! What a lovely giveaway! I would make felt flower pins, and felt zip wallets!
    heatheranne99 at gmail dot com

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  103. I would make some stuffed owls and maybe other woodland animals.

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  104. Love felt and using it for small project, so a little goes a long way :)

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  105. Maybe some needle cases and pincushions?

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  106. What a very generous giveaway. If I were to win I would make Easter bunnies and chicks with those gorgeous colours. x

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  107. Из этой стопки тканей можно много чего сшить!!! Развивающие кубики для малышей и игрушки для кукольного театра. А можно сделать аппликацию и украсить её вышивкой. solnyshko-v-karmashke.blogspot.ru

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  108. I would make some sweet little hats and some appliqué!

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  109. I would make some toys for my three kids!

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  110. Hello, I would love to make felt wallets and change purses with some pretty little felted flowers on them. Thanks for a great giveaway!
    trishden948(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  111. Looks like great colors to make some spring houses, or hearts embellished with embroidery....spring, spring, spring!

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  112. I would make a teeny tiny plush collection !

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  113. I would like to sew a developmental book (as a gift for little twins). :)

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  114. So sweet!! I've been using felt to make flowers for my daughters headbands! Now I'm doing them as gifts for baby showers!

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  115. What lovely colors! I'd make Finger puppets for a project that I'm working on and felt brooches as well!!! :)

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  116. I would make some sweet dollies for my children :)

    pixelized11@hotmail.com

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  117. Garlands....
    Baby shoes....
    Ornaments....
    Phone cases....
    This list is endless!!! Would add to my stash that I have for my page. X

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  118. With those colours...some beautiful softies for my girls!

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  119. Thanks for this opportunity!! These colours are very beautiful :)) I'd like to make some softies to my nephews.

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  120. This is such a generous offer, thank you! :-) I make phone cases and barrette covers and I would just love to use these beautiful colours!

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  121. i would make ornaments for next christmas! or felt bears.

    roseharries_06@hotmail.com

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  122. I would love to use this beautiful felt fabric to teach kids to sew their own pencil pouch or little purse ^ ^

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