Scrap Happy Giveaway

4.08.2015

Good morning from my sewing room to yours! (disclaimer: this is the tidiest you will ever see my cutting table, it’s only this clean because I had to clear off a large spot to cut binding--everything else is piled outside the frame of the photo!)

 Retro Mama | my sewing table

Sometimes you get a new sewing book and you know exactly which project you want to sew first. That’s how I felt when Lori Holt’s gorgeous book, Farm Girl Vintage, showed up in my mailbox last week. I knew right away that I had to make the Strawberry Block into a mini quilt with its sweet, scrappy goodness: I’m obsessed with ballet pink and strawberries (Exhibit A: the walls of my sewing room and the 1/3 of my accessories that are not white or aqua).

 Retro Mama | scrappy strawberry block WIP from Lori Holt's Farm Girl Vintage book

 Retro Mama | scrappy strawberry block mini quilt from Lori Holt's Farm Girl Vintage book
I made little pockets on the back to hold a dowel for hanging on the wall. I folded over 3” squares backed with lightweight fusible interfacing to give them added strength, sewn on right before the binding.

 Retro Mama | pockets on mini quilt for hanging

 Retro Mama | mini quilt and hoop wall
I did a quick and dirty stitch in the ditch around the outside of the strawberry and between rows to quilt it and I love how it turned out! It looks right at home on my mini-quilt/hoop wall. All of the blocks are adorable though, if you haven’t purchased your copy of Farm Girl Vintage, what are you waiting for?

In other news, last week I kicked off the Scrap-Busting Blog Hop--check out Abby’s lovely review of Scrap Happy Sewing, and Svetlana’s adorable pincushion. It’s turning out to be a pincushion-y kind of week! You can see the rest of the schedule on my original post. Thank you so much to those who left such sweet reviews of my book on Amazon. I can’t tell you how excited I am that you like it and dug straight into your scrap baskets to start sewing, your support means so much to me! If you have the book but haven’t yet left a review I would be so thankful if you would take a few minutes to leave your honest thoughts to help others decide if the book is right for them, too!

And now for the promised giveaway...

I had such a blast cutting fabric to make the scrappy strawberry that I kept on cutting! I pulled out lots of my favorite remnants, trimmed the funny edges, and made this gorgeous stack of scraps just for you.

 cute stack of scraps

This sweet scrap collection is perfect for making small patchwork projects like pincushions and sewing kits. AND because I still get asked about this fabric after all these years, and I love it so much that I put it into almost every single scrappy, patchy thing I make, you'll also get a 12x42” cut of American Jane multi measuring tape fabric cut straight from the bolt. Along with the scrap stack I'm including a copy of my book, Scrap Happy Sewing, and this scrappy green pincushion. Inside the pincushion is a bit of emery sand for sharpening your pins and giving the cushion a nice bit of weight.

 Retro Mama | Scrap Happy Giveaway

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If you’d like to win this sweet little prize package, please leave a comment below telling me what you would make with this fun stack of scraps! Everyone worldwide is eligible to enter. The winner will be announced Wednesday, April 15. The giveaway is now over, thanks to all who entered!


177 comments:

  1. I'd love to make a pincushion for my boyfriend who is always leaving his cross stitch needles all over his desk.

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  2. Wow, these fabric look really beautiful! I would like to sew mini quilt or pillowcase :) Have a nice day and thanks for this lovely giveaway! Jolana

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  3. I just love your strawberry, it is so sweet. I think I would make a mini quilt for my sewing room. Thank you for the chance to win a fun prize.

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  4. so cute!!! I would make some pretty potholders to brighten up my new kitchen!

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  5. I would love to win this wonderful giveaway! I'd make a mini wall quilt with your lovely scraps. Can't wait to see your book - all the projects look so appealing!

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  6. What a lovely prize! I would make a mug rug with the fabrics, which are beautiful! :) xx

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  7. This is a super sweet prize package! I would use the scraps to make a mini quilt. I'm also eager to see your book!

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  8. I'd love to make a sweet little pillow for my granddaughter's bed.

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  9. What a wonderful prize! Those colours would match my dining room decoration perfectly, so I think I'd sew some MugRugs oder a patched placemat for me... Or a pincushion? Or a mini quilt? Or do some epp hexagons? Or.... :-D

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  10. I would love to make a spring mini quilt as nothing is in bloom yet here and it is grey and rainy, I also discovered after finally taking down my winter mini quilts I have no real spring minis to replace them with and your scraps are the perfect colours! Thanks for the offer!

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  11. Would make something for my Mum. I see her in august as we are going home for a cousins wedding. I have already made a bag for my mum, now 8 have to fill it with goodies, all hand made of course....well maybe some chocolate! Great give away. Thanks for hosting. Mrscummings2u at Gmail dot com

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  12. These fabrics are so my colors! I love them and it would be exciting to pick something from your book to make with them. Who doesn't love a cute pincushion?

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  13. This looks fun and enticing. So many great opportunities to create.

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  14. Two projects come to mind. Pincushions and covers for retractable tape measures. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  15. I'd like to make a doll quiil for my daughter.

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  16. What a wonderful giveaway! I would love to make a mini quilt with such happy, cherry fabric!

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  17. I want to make the sewing kit that is in the book!

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  18. I've been wanting to try out a Pineapple block, and these scraps would be perfect. Love the pincushion.

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  19. Oh, what goodness! I'd probably make a Fandango block from Karen Griska's pattern.

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  20. I would love to make a cute little bunting out of that fabric. I see in the background of your studio. Also some of your scrappy house ornaments! I have admired those for quite a while. I love simple quick little sewing crafts. I am not a big quilt kind of girl. Still learning so I do a lot of small projects. Thanks for the chance to win and I would love to see that book. collinsscarboro@hughes.net

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  21. Those scraps are so cute, I do love the springish colors!!! Scrap sewing always makes me happy, so I am keeping my fingers crossed :-)
    Thanks for the chance to win your book!

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  22. This is one of the best giveaways! This all looks so great. Thank you for the chance to win. Other peoples scraps are always the best! shopgirl7232@yahoo.com

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  23. Oops! Forgot to mention what I'd use the scraps for! I'd like to make some more scrappy blocks for my Scrap Vomit Quilt. It's going to be awesome ;c) shopgirl7232@yahoo.com

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  24. I got Farm Girl Vintage too, and I've been thinking about which mini to make first. These scraps would be perfect.

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  25. Yes, these are very nice fabrics. If I should win this price, I am sure to find some lovely projects to sew in your book : )
    Have a nice day. Angela

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  26. Love that little pincushion - would love to make one like that! I am deeply into miniquilts at the moment so would probably use the fabric that way...they make great gifts!

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  27. What a cute strawberry!! I could totally see that in a sunny kitchen :) I have been wanting to make a scrappy heart mini for my neice and these scraps would be ideal! Wonderful giveaway!

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  28. Who doesn't need another pin cushion....and other folks scraps are always nicer than ones own!

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  29. I would love to make a mini quilt!

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  30. I would like to make the pincushion. I love it!

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  31. I too am smitten with Lori's new book but, unlike you, I have not done anything yet! Love your colors and such a fun book! Thanks for your generous giveaway!

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  32. I'd make pincushions with these beautiful scraps!
    Susie

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  33. I would make a sun hat for my baby, perfect spring colors!

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  34. I'd make a couple of covered books for dear friends.

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  35. I have been wanting to make a sewing kit....these scraps look perfect for that....especially the tape measure fabric!

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  36. I would love to make a mini quilt to hang in my sewing room as a reminder of your generosity...maybe even squeeze a pin cushion out also!!!
    Thank you for sharing.

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  37. I would make two things with those scraps. A pincushion for me and a mini quilt for my swap partner (and maybe one for me, too). Thanks for the cool giveaway!

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  38. I'm working on blocks from Lori Holt's book Farmgirl Vintage and these scraps would go perfectly in that! I'm also dying for a copy of your book!

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  39. Kim, you are just the best! I am wanting to make your little matroyshka dolls for my darling grandniece! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  40. Oh this is such a lovely giveaway! Scrappy is my favourite way of making anything. I would make a mini dresden wallhanging for my sewing room and a pincushion! ♡

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  41. The scrappy strawberry is so sweet! I've been a scrappy sewer for 50 years, and I still have projects in my head trying to get out. I especially like to make random crazy quilts, incorporating pockets, unfinished quilt blocks, prairie points, trims, buttons, beads. The randomness is liberating! Grandma's House Patterns

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  42. I have spent spring break teaching my 5yo grandaughter to quilt-she would love creating with these

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  43. I would make a doll quilt for my grandaughter - love scraps especially yours!!

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  44. what gorgeous scraps !! thanks so much for the chance to win - I'd make your gorgeous pincushion and sewing kit !! love you book !

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  45. I would definitely use these for the Farmgirl vintage sampler! Love my new book! Thank you for the chance to win this wonderful giveaway!

    homespunhandmaiden(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  46. I love this fabric and I would like to create beautiful small houses.
    Oh......thanks.......this giveaway is special. Good luck for us!!!
    cris.henri(at)gmail.com

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  47. Love your sewing room and the pretty little projects you have displayed on your wall.
    Such a happy bundle of scrappy fabrics and oooh that pincushion...love it! Your book is full of wonderful projects and sew beautifully done. I would make some of your pretty little sewing kits for friends and a new dress for my granddaughters Greta doll.
    Thank you Kim for giving us all a chance at your wonderful giveaway!!!
    Have a happy day everybody!

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  48. I would make a miniature quilt with the scraps. Love the strawberry. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  49. What a beautiful giveaway! I would probably make a cushion with the scraps or maybe some pincushions. Thanks for the chance to win

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  51. Oh that would be wonderful! Love you cutting table. I was reading your 20 things.. Buffy, Clearly Canadian, Star Trek...you'd fit right in here!

    Your book looks adorable!

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  52. I would make some pot holders for my mother. Mother's day is coming up soo!

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  53. I think I would make a teeny bunting for my dining room hanging light fixture. It needs some jazzing up

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  54. OMG! I love that little strawberry quilt you made. I'd make that!

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  55. EEK! I love this! I would make an owl or a pin cushion or a mini quilt. Beautiful!

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  56. I'd be making some cushion covers for my mum's birthday. what a cute strawberry too!!

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  57. They are so pretty - a mug rug for a Quilty friend would be a lovely way to share the love.

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  58. Oh how fun! I just got Farm April Vintage so I'd probably make something from that book! Working on Christmas projects too! Thanks for the fun giveaway!

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  59. Either a little Dollie softie for my little girl. Or... A little dress with fun scrappy pockets for her. What a fun little bundle!

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  60. I love the strawberry wall hanging. I would make that and hang in my kitchen. We love strawberries and when they are in season, there is always a strawberry dessert around.
    Jan

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  61. I would make one of your pin cushions! I love them!
    satterfieldfamily at sbcglobal dot net

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  62. I would love to make one of your gorgeous pincushions, they are so pretty.

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  63. Lovely colours and if only temporary a very neat desk top! lol.

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  64. beautiful fabrics! I'd make a mini or mug rug

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  65. I would do a sweet zipper pouch.

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  66. I would either make something cute out of your new book or make a small block out of Lori Holt's Vintage Farm girl book, thank you for the giveaway. janicelashley@gmail.com

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  67. I think a mini quilt Would be admirable with those fabrics!

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  68. A scrappy little placemat or tabletopper

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  69. Would love to add your book to my quilting library. The scraps are so pretty and would make a lovely patchwork zipper pouch.

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  70. I'd like to make a little caddy to sit by my machine when I sew.

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  71. I love everything you do!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  72. FAB giveaway! We would make pincushions and cut some 21/2 in squares for Miss H's postage stamp quilt - super fun!

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  73. I would make some blocks from Farm Girl Vintage and some of your adorable scrappy pincushions.
    Thanks so much for the sweet giveaway!

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  74. Love all the cute colors! I have been making a pincushion a moth this year and this would be a great one to add to my collection! Love it!

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  75. I would love to start with the pincushion and move through all the projects in your book.

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  76. Love these fabrics. Thinking pin cushions or paper pieced needle cases would be fun. Thanks so much!

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  77. I would make a pillow for my doughter.

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  78. That pincushion is adorable! I would have to make one of those first.....

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  79. I love your fabric choices :). If I were to win them, I'd use them to make a doll (more specifically the clothes the doll would be wearing :)).

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  80. What a wonderful prize! I would sew a blanket for my daughter's dolls!

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  81. You can never have too many scraps! I'd probably make a mini scrap quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.
    fabricstasher24@gmail.com

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  82. I'd love to make a sewing pouch with those gorgeous scraps. The pincushion is so adorable!!

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  83. I usually make for my home or for gifts, but if I was the lucky winner I'd make something(s) special just for me. I'm thinking pretty covers for coathangers and sweet scrappy lavender sachets. Thanks very much for this gorgeous giveaway, Kim.

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  84. I would make potholders and coasters. Thanks for the chance of winning.
    Laura

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  85. I would make beautiful little pin cushions for my gal pals. I always enjoy making small gifts for friends and family. I can't wait to see what projects are in the book.

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  86. I would make a pretty throw pillow with those beautiful fabrics - or maybe I'f find an even better idea in your fabulous book! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  87. I would make a small wall hanging for my sewing room.

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  88. Love the fabrics, and the book looks adorable. I think I would go make a mug rug or two. Thanks

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  89. Love the strawberry! Looking forward to your book..congratulations! I would make some goodies from your book with the fabric! So sweet..ty for the giveaway! ;) Jackie@pacitti.us

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  90. Wow, your book looks absolutely beautiful, congratulations! I would love to make a sewing machine cover with those gorgeous scraps.

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  91. I love to make bags of all sorts and I'd make a small lunch bag for my granddaughter. I just made one for myself, and I'd love to take her on a picnic at the beach!

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  92. Thanks for the lovely giveaway. The fabric looms amazing. Thanks Sue x

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  93. Thanks for the chance to win this lovely fabric and your book. I would like to make a zipper pouch to hold my rotary cutters, spare blades and some scissors, and possibly a matching pin cushion :)

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  94. I have Lori's book so I would use the scraps for one of her blocks...and your book is one my "want" list :)

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  95. Great pincusion, and with those fabrics looks like delicious... I think it will be perfect for put it my table.
    Thanks for the giveaway
    Kisses,

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  96. lovely giveaway, I would love to make a doll blanket for my daughter favorite stuffed animal, I made a little bed but still not able to make a blanket yet.:)

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  97. With spring finally sort of here, I'd make a table topper for our little outdoor table in my cottage garden.

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  98. What a treasure of lovely fabrics. I'd make a fun tablerunner and maybe a small purse or two!

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  99. I want to make that Strawberry! Congrats on the book! Been a fan of yours since making your tea cozy!

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  100. I would copy you and make something from Lori's book. Thanks for the chance to win. Love your stuff!

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  101. Such a sweet giveaway!! I would love to make a mini mini quilt! :) Have a lovely rest of the week! xo Holly {damitasprettywrap@hotmail.com}

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  102. I would make a pillow, and since today's my birthday ... well, you know :)
    Mary

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  103. I could use a sewing machine cover or two (or five, but whose counting), so I'd probably make one with the scraps---they're so cheerful and happy, perfect for a creative space!

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  104. I would use them too make a dressing table 'tray'. I have wanted to make one for a while, and these scraps are so pretty!

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  105. love these! I would love to make a pillow case for my bed!

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  106. I would use them to make adorable wall hangings for my little niece's room.

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  107. I just received Lori's book too and I would love to make a mini quilt also! Your strawberry is adorable!

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  108. Oh, WOW! I would LOVE to win this fabulous prize:) Thanks for the opportunity.

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  109. Thanks for a chance to win!

    I would make some sweet pincussions or wall art :)

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  110. Those pin cushions would be a super nice gift for Mothers Dy,I think I could make a smaller Strawberry block,as a Mug rug,A Apple pincushion,Sewing kit too.

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  111. Ohhhh this is insanely cute!! Count me in please I would love to make one of the sweet projects from your book

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  112. That strawberry is awesome! I'd like to make a patchwork tote bag. And maybe one day attempt something like your scrappy strawberry!

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  113. I'm thinking a happy little set of blocks to work into a sampler would be a fun way to use up those scraps. :)

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  114. Thank you for the chance to win this giveaway!
    I am new to sewing and would love to make a pincushion!!!

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  115. I am SEW happy I found your blog! I would love to make that pincushion but I might change my mind after I look through that book!

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  116. A lovely giveaway thank you; I have recently moved and 2/3rds of my fabric stash are in storage as I am temporarily in a smaller living unit, your scrap bundle would be lovely just to make "something".

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  117. What a great bundle. I'd love to try a pincushion like yours.

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  118. ooh, so much fun! I would make a scrappy mini quilt or a pin cushion. Would love to check out your new book as well.

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  119. I would like to do a placemat. Planning on making it as my first quilt project.
    Thank you so much for the fantastic give away!!!

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  120. I would try to make a patchwork pillow :) thanks so much for your giveaway, love the colors :)

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  121. wow, I love the strawberry quilt block and pin cushions for friends and family. So fun....

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  122. Ohhh I have your fabric house ornament on my sewing to do list forever, so, with those wonderful fabrics I would love to sew some of them just for the fun of it.

    Thanks

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  123. I'd had made for her son, toy-pillow :) or cushion chair :)
    With joy Record :)))
    http://madeslove.blogspot.ru/

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  124. This book looks like it really needs to be in my library. I love scraps of fabric and the projects that can be made with them. I would love to try to make the little doll that is on the cover of the book. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

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  125. I am new to your blog, but I absolutely love the idea to use up our scraps.. The colours you use are lovely and fun!!! I would love to win a copy of your book, I am sure it is full with great projects!!! Thank you for the chance!!

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  126. Oh, just forgot to say, I would make a pillow from your book :)

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  127. Goodies for the dining room I think would be the way to go

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  128. These scraps are lovely!! As all the fabrics you choose and all the things you sew :)

    I'd like to sew a pouch, and a baby bib for a friend of mine who became a mother two weeks ago.

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  129. I would make my 8 week old a patchwork taggie blanket to cuddle! The rest would go towards a mini quilt for my 4 year old's mini quilt wall x

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  130. I would love to make another mini quilt for my sewing room walls! Please, please pick me this time. The fabric looks wonderful and I would love a copy of your book!

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  131. Maybe some sweet bibs would be in order.

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  132. I would love to make myself a strawberry mini too! and go through your book and make each item i have seen on the blog hop tour so far.

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  133. Love the strawberry I'll would make this! And perhaps one pillow (you can never have to many pillow covers:-)

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  134. such pretty fabrics...should i win, im guessing your book will provide lots of fun projects to make!

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  135. Cute strawberry, I can wait to make one too!!! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  136. I'm in love with mug rugs, so I would stitch up a sweet one to go under my daily tea. :) I also love how you put the corners on the back of the strawberry block to hang it. That's brilliant! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  137. I'd make a fun pillow…for me :) Thanks for the sweet giveaway!!
    terryscwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  138. I most definitely would make a hexagon triangle seat cushion!

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  139. I would make a sweet little quilt for my niece's dolly!

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  140. I love your little sewing kits! I would like to make some for christmas gifts.
    Thanks for the chance to win this beautiful book and fabric.

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  141. I've been wanting to make a quilt, and would probably start by making a mini quilt. Thanks!

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  142. Kim your sewing room is Delightful. The strawberry block is so cute! I would make a scrappy patchwork pouch or bag. The fabrics are so pretty and to own a copy of your book would be amazing. Lovely giveaway!

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  143. I'm not certain what I would make, either a pouch or a pin cushion. Something definitely eye candy! :)

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  144. I think I would make a scrappy sewing kit for my daughter who is moving across the ocean to England in the fall. Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  145. I would choose something from the book. With all those colours it would have to be something on display.

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  146. I really should make the sewing kit. I just sucked up another needle in the vacuum this week because I laid the needle down on the side table. This looks like a happy book!

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  147. I would make a bunting and a patchwork dress for my nieces!

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  148. Wow what a nice give-away. So delicious - I'd make some baby items, a cute pieced bib or baby toy block and include pieces in a baby quilt. Pure sweetness!

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  149. These fun scraps would be added to some of MY fun scraps to make a wonderful table runner for my hutch! Oh, they would mingle together so well!

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  150. Lovely fabrics. Think I'd make some scrappy placemats.

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  151. Seeing all the cute pincushions on IG, I am going to have to make one too!

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  152. Would absolutely Love to have anything made by you :) your site and creations are so happy and cheery! I would make a strawberry quilt for my daughter's babies.
    Sammie
    www.sammieblossoms.etsy.com

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  153. I would make scrappy baby bibs. Love the fabrics!

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  154. I would make a cute pillow for our RV!

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  155. I would love to make a cushion for our bed with your scrap pack but I would also use some of the text fabric in a quilt I am starting to cut using text fabrics as background.

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  156. I think I would want to do a pouch and a needle book that go with your very cute pincushion! I am honestly needing a needle book now which is totally exciting! It means I really am learning new things! Once I get your book, I'm sure I'll have all kinds of inspiration on scrappy things to sew! Scrappy makes me happy! Thank you for hosting such a nice giveaway. It feels much more personal and therefore much more special than a usual giveaway.

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  157. I like to make small zippered bags..thanks! Looks like a fun book can't wait

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  158. I might use the fabrics in some quilted postcards.

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  159. I'd make a zipper pouch and add some linen. Hand quilted too! Just found you on IG and can't wait to read more. :).

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  160. Love your cute strawberry! It's the perfect addition to your wall!

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  162. I would love to use them for a scrappy pouch!

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  163. I cannot wait to get your book! I really want to make the little sewing kit! I love zippered bags so those are on my list too!

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  164. I haven't made anything in patchwork although I do make clothes so I would love to start. Maybe a pincushion to start although I would also love to make a patchwork bag.

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  165. Love your strawberry. The scraps would be used on a side border of pillow cases for my bed.

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  166. I just love the polka dot strawberry fabric & i can think of tons of projects for the measuring tape fabric you added, simply wonderful! Personally, I would love to make a sweet scrappy & happy shoppers tote. All of the bright colors are perfect for enjoying all spring & summer!
    Thanks, Suzie

    Southernselectionsbysuzie (@) gmail (.) com

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  167. I would make the little sewing kits that RobotMomSews made and featured on her blog...love the idea of using the selvage as a creative twist. Those pincushions may have had me at hello too. Thanks for the great giveaway opportunity! ::fingers crossed::

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  168. What a happy bundle of scraps! I would probably use them to make a mug rug for my desk at work. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  169. I love to use scraps to make pot holders or little pouches to give as gifts.

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  170. Your strawberry mini is so pretty! I would love to use your fabric to make a scrap border to a skirt and a little bag for my youngest daughter!

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  171. Чудесные тканюшки!!! Я бы сшила квилт в детскую или косметичку!!!

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  172. Love the fabric. I would make a quilt for a little someone's baby doll. Thanks for the chance.

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  173. Lovely fabrics! I would use them in a pillow cover:)
    mmyheartishere@gmail.com

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  174. I'd make patchwork baby bib(s) such lovely prints :)

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  175. Oh my gosh. I would totally make a strawberry quilt with some scraps!

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  176. I would make a pincushion like the one in the book. You know, we never have enough pincushions ☺

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  177. I would love to make a pillow cover!!! 💙💓💛💚❤️

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