12 February 2010

Another Friday Freebie

As I mentioned before, I am helping my Mom clean out her sewing room,
and she wanted to pass these pretties (Mary Engelbreit fabric) to a good home.
Will you use them?? Do you love them??
If so, leave a comment telling me why.
I will draw a name on Monday.

30 comments:

  1. Well, I don't expect to win this one, (since I am going to be getting your lovely Christmas project in the mail sometime soon) but I HAVE to leave a comment because I do LOVE all things ME!! I don't know when this love affair started, but I have enjoyed her art for years now! (I almost always have a calendar or two of hers, but I didn't get one this year!) If I did get this fabric I would say an apron was in order for sure!

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  2. I love them too. An apron is a good idea but maybe a teaset would be nice. By this I think some napkins, maybe a little tabletopper, to visually make a place where you can sit with cup in hand and think, Dang. That ME sure is brilliant. Why am I not like that??

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  3. Oh this ME fabric is so cute. I love teapots and have a little collection of them. I could make some cute kitchen accessories with this fabric...tablerunner, potholders. The fabric would find a nice home!! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  4. I love ME!! Specifically my mom really loves ME. I asked for her Christmas if she wanted me to make her a table topper quilt and she said no, but then she saw everyone's that I did make and she was alittle sad I could tell. So I'd love to make her a table topper from this fabric! Here's what I'd try to make it look like too! http://www.modabakeshop.com/2010/02/skinny-verna.html#more

    westsacyhoney@gmail.com

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  5. I have been in love w/ Mary's stuff since 1995!!! My first kitchen as a newlywed was done COMPLETELY in ME!!!! I even painted it yellow to go along. The love affair is still going strong-- as a matter of fact, I just finished a pinwheels quilt top using The Caroler just this week made a quilt top using attitude girls! Love, love it!
    www.heartstringsnpreciousthings.blogspot.com

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  6. If you want to, you can pull my name! My classroom is totally ME. I have every poster, calendar and bulletin board border of hers. My home reflects her happy colors, too. Thank you for the opportunity!

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  7. Lovely fabric. I can think of some fun projects to make with these delightful fabrics. Please count me in.

    I've also shared insights about your giveaway on my blog where I share insights on contests & giveaways: http://sewcalgalcontestinfo.blogspot.com/ So I hope more will come visit your lovely blog and enter your giveaway very soon! I'm just a bit behind on my blog reading, so didn't catch your post until now.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  8. I love Mary Engelbreit- her artwork is so pretty- would love to win the fabric- thanks for the chance!

    JenniferB
    ejxd95@gmail.com

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  9. Oh thank you for a chance to win this lovely ME fabric! My kitchen table is crying for a tabletopper made with these wonderful goodies.

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  10. I can't believe this giveaway... Teapots, where did she find them.... My grand daughter is having her Bat Mitzvah in September and her theme is a tea party, I am making a teapot cake, tea cups filled with flowers will be on the tables and there will be tea cup shaped soaps as favors as well a teapot chaped chocolates... I always make a quilt for this very special day and the tea themed fabric would look so cute. I was planning on making some of the blocks with embroidered tea pots.. I will keep fingers and toes crossed that I may be the winner and if I don't win, maybe your Mom will let me know where she found the fabric

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  11. I too love all things ME and my hobby is going to tearooms. I am having a baby shower for a friend's daughter early summer and these would be so cute to use with my table settings. I want to have a tea party for her.

    Love it.
    Nancy

    nlmcelwee@yahoo.com

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  12. They are lovely, would be great for placemats or pot holders! Thanks for the give away Sharon.

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  13. Adorable! I just moved into a new home and am now able to display my favorite teacups and saucers. I'd love to use these in the kitchen or work them into the yellow quilt that's in the design process... so many happy memories of chocolate or coffee dates with great company, would love to reference them without reliving the java jitters :-D

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  14. Great giveaway!! Please count me in as I would love to win these adorable fq's. I think a table topper of some sort would be in order for this group of fabrics. Thanks!!!

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  15. I will use them, I will love them...truly!!!

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  16. What a find! I love Mary Engelbreit! I would make a small table topper and decorate some tea towels with strips and rick rack~ fun fun! :-)

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  17. I don't tend to buy themed prints like these because I don't use them often, but oh when I need them to make the perfect gift it sure comes in handy. Case in point: I made tea wallets for friends this past Christmas and didn't have themed fabric so just used a pretty paisley...these would have made DARLING wallets! Would love to win for next years tea wallet recipients...maybe even a cozy!

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  18. I love the fabric!! I can see myself making a bag or two out of them.
    Lotta in Sweden

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  19. Those would be fun to make kitchen items with, for my daughter's new place.

    Debbie

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  20. What very sweet fabrics. I love the teacup theme. Thanks for entering me in your giveaway.

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  21. I love Mary Engelbreit's designs because they always seem to have a sense of fun.
    However I also love them because I was first introduced to her through online quilting groups and her designs remind me of all the kindness and friendship my virtual quilting sisters showed me and still show me when we bump into one another round the 'net.

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  22. OMG I love these! I know just what I would do with them too. Am I too late to enter?? I hope not. My kitchen is screaming for something just like this so I would completely deck myself out with handmade zakka for my kitchen!!

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  23. Great giveaway! Please count me in!

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  24. Those are lovely...I'd make something for my kitchen! Thanks for the chance.

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  25. I am sure my wife would make something nice with the fabric, she makes and donates quilts for nursing homes and cancer patients

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  26. Those are so cute. Reminds me of a cottage type of kitchen.

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  27. Man! I'm always a day late and a dollar short! Missed your giveaway. But I'm sure the winner will put them to better use, and in a more timely manner :) Love Mary Engelbreit though, cute fabrics.

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  28. i love them cues they are yellow and they are perfect for the citchen!
    and a bove all its fabric!! how can i not love them for what they are?!
    thanks!

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  29. ooopsss sorry..
    hehehe i didnt even notice that the giveawy was over. i arrieved from a nother sewing blog
    but thanks any way and the baby quilt is amazing!

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