Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Single Girl Support Group ~ Giveaway


Nothing like a yummy set of fabrics to set the mood on a new quilting adventure. I have wanted to make this quilt for a very long time, and thanks to this wonderful group of ladies we can all join in on the fun.

Come join us for the Single girl quilt along, and don't forget to join the single girl support group while your at it.




To celebrate this fun adventure, I am giving away 2 bundles of KJR (Katie Jump Rope) by Denyse Schmidt.
Each bundle has enough fabric to make the pattern with a little left over depending on what size you choose. There is a 1/8 yard each of 27 prints. (not all of them are here but almost ) see the photo below for exact bundles you can win. I will choose 2 people to win on Monday January 30th.
International entries are welcome.

1:: Leave a comment about how this fabric makes you feel, what you would make with it if not this quilt, how badly do you want this bundle ;)  Just about anything about this fabric I will accept, it's one of my favorite lines.

2:: If your a follower of my blog I will add in another entry into the contest.




GOOD LUCK!!!


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500 comments:

  1. Be still my heart! THIS is by far my favorite fabric! I would hoard it for a while then make a quilt for MYSELF!! Thank you, Thank you for this chance!

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  2. KJR keeps growing on me - the beauty is that even a non-quilter can get some KRJ/single girl goodness if they want to fork over some cashola! But of course, I would never deprive myself of the satisfaction of making it myself!

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  3. Suh-weeeeet! Loveloveloving the KJR. I would probably just pet the pile and stare at it before realizing that I can pet it and stare at it EVEN BETTER if it's made into a quilt! Such a great giveaway Terri! Thanks so much for the chance!

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  4. I have loved KJR since it first came out but never owned any. I would love to win!

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  5. I follow your blog on Google reader.

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  6. It's so beautiful! I love the happy colors! I probably wouldn't make this quilt, because I am not A Quilter and the curves scare me, but I would make a quilt, a very simple one.

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  7. KJR...strong, bold, gutsy, colorful, and yet tasteful... just like a single girl!!! I would like to use this bundle to create a quilt using Julie Herman's "boxed in, block" featured in quilt makers 100 blocks.

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  8. I am a follower, thanks for such a generous giveaway!

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  9. Wow, what a generous giveaway, I can't wait to make this quilt with y'all (in KJR or otherwise)!

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  10. I probably would not make the single girl, but I would make a fantastic kaleidoscope quilt with this line - I can see it all in my head and it would be the best quilt ever!

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  11. I have been a follower for a while, thanks!!

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  12. Also, I follow via Google Reader.

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  13. That fabric is juzt brignt and cheery. It makes me happy just looking at it. If I didn't make the single girl quilt with it I would find some other modern pattern and make the happiest quilt ever.
    Sue. Suebasket at aol dot com

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  14. Oops, forgot to add, i subscribe to your blog in google reader.
    Sue

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  15. OH MY GOSH....I would love love love to win this fabric!! I missed the boat when it first came out and deperately want some!! Count me in please!

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  16. I love this line! It reminds me of popsicles, riding your bike with all the neighborhood kids, giggles, the sun, playing those hand/clap games with the coordinating songs with your girlfriends... hide and seek, overall, summer fun as a kid. Bright, cheery and so happy!!

    I would definitely quilt these up! Not this particular pattern, but a quilt for sure!

    I've joined the Single Gal Support group and can't wait for this quilt along to get started!!

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  17. I love this line too. Its so "happy" I would love to make this quilt with it! There are a few other quilts I would use this line for too, but this one would be fun! Thanks for the giveaway...and I am a follower!

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  18. second- i love this fabric! it makes my heart smile...like the smell of cookies baking! L.U.V. it...my LQSes did carry it, so i missedo ut on it :( *fingers crossed*

    thank you!

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  19. Yay! I'd give my right arm for that darn green basketweave... can't wait to get started, I've only had the patternf or two years :)

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  20. This fabric is so reminicent of years gone by...such deep hues of the primaries. I would probably put this into a quilt for a little boy...my son has gotten his final dosier finished for their adoption of an infant boy from Ethiopia...they should have him no later than Christmas this year..it's been such a long process. These would more than likely end up in a quilt for that child...maybe a bowtie pattern set in circles? It would be in keeping with the feel of the fabric line....

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  21. KJR just makes me happy. The moment I first spotted the KJR ribbons in the fairway green colorway I knew it was love. The entire line is like a 2010 refashioning of my childhood (late 70s, early 80s).
    heidig@gmail.com

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  22. I am already a follower of this blog :)

    heidig@gmail.com

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  23. Hmmm. I would probably not make a "Single Girl" quilt since I am a "boy" But I would most likely use this fabric to make a quilt. I love working with bright vivid color. I makes me want to dance.

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  24. I am making fabric covered buttons and fabric covered canvas and a baby quilt! FABRIC is my crafting weakness. Hope I win! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  25. I am SO excited about this quilt along - My pattern is in the mail. I am anxious too - this is the first really pieced quilt I have made in a long time. I took a wedding ring class 10 years ago - so I am excited to try it again. This quilt line makes me feel - um, mostly envy since I have none:) It would make a great scrappy/ happy quilt.

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  26. I also follow you on google reader. Thanks!

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  27. I makes me feel like SPRING, with all those colors! I am desperately ready for that, with all the whiteness we have around here. :)

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  28. Love this fabric. Would probably use it for accessories in our den. Some pillows. Maybe a rug. Some mug rugs. :)

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  29. I love this line, too, and have little bits and pieces of it waiting in my stash for something special. I'm tempted to make a kaleidoscope or spiderweb quilt from it...but am so easily swayed!

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  30. I have loved that fabric since the first time I saw it. I think I would make something for my kitchen....curtains maybe. That way I could look at it, a lot. Thanks for the chance.

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  31. I've had this pattern for a while and have been waiting for the opportunity to dive in! What perfect timing for the quilt along *great name* and giveaway! I love KJR because it's bright and cheerful. Thank you for such an awesome giveaway!!!

    jodym7(at)yahoo.com

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  32. I was considering attempting this quilt along. Im a single girl ;) I really enjoy the crisp, freshness of this line. It is one the few fabrics that make me drool when I see it. By the time I joined the quilting world I could only manage to find bits and pieces.

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  33. Yes, I am a follower. I love your work and blog. :)

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  34. Oh my goodness, it makes my heart flutter. how's that? I would definitely make a quilt. I do love the single girl so that would be in the running but I think I would have to hold the fabric and look at it for a bit before deciding and chopping into it!

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  35. I adore this line of fabric and mainly only have the greens and yellows from it :-) If I owned the ENTIRE line... I think a single girl quilt would be in order for sure!!! Thanks for such a generous giveaway!

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  36. I'm a faithful follower and I totally squealed when I saw this giveaway!

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  37. and i'm already a follower, yay!

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  38. New Follower
    shanadleonrye@gmail.com

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  39. This fabric makes me weak in the knees! It's so gorgeous! I would definitely love to make a quilt with it, but I already have plans for a single girl quilt, so I think I would make a different quilt - maybe some Drunk Love blocks? This is a seriously awesome giveaway, thanks for the chance!!!!

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  40. Whenever I see this fabric I wish that I had discovered quilting about a year earlier. Then I would have lucky enough to have had my fabric obsession when this fabric line was actually available to purchase. I'm pretty sure I would dump my current single girl plan and make my quilt in this line if I won it. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  41. I follow your blog in Google Reader.

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  42. Those prints make me happy! I bet the scraps would make beautiful baby quilts.

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  43. All those Bright Colors are perfect for my latest project - Fabric Flowers! And some extra quilt blocks too - SCORE!!!
    sweetfeetsock@gmail.com

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  44. This is the time of the year the I crave COLOR....I can't get enough of it after long months of grey, Oregon rain. These prints make me feel HOPEFUL.

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  45. so excited for this quilt along!!! i would so use this bundle for it! i love how cheery and bright the fabric is!

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  46. WHOA! That's one great giveaway! That fabric makes me feel...happy!! It's such a fun, bright line.

    If I won I *guess* I could be persuaded to do the quilt along with it. ;-)

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  47. The fabric makes me feel CRAFTY of course. and HAPPY. and GOOGLY EYED!

    nauniehh@gmail.com

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  48. Added your blog to my roll. FOLLOWING!

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  49. When I saw your first picture up on my reader, I gasped and said, "oh, that's gorgeous." I thought I recognized the fabrics, but wasn't sure. As I read on, I realized they were indeed KJR. Oh, I so badly want this bundle. I wasn't smart enough to get in on the Katie Jump Road craze when I had the chance. Now it's too late. Sigh! I'm not sure what I'd make with it, if not the Single Girl, but whatever I make with it, I would absolutely love. Thanks so much for offering this giveaway.

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  50. Thanks for the great giveaway Terri! This fabric is so bright and cheery! I love this line and I would love to quilt along with you!! We could show our progress at the Quilt Guild Mettings!! Haha!
    sarahbeth814@yahoo.com

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  51. I am a follower!
    sarahbeth814@yahoo.com

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  52. My name is Katie. I'm terrible at jumping rope. KJR is my all time favorite line. I need to make a single girl quilt. My sister in law needs to make a single girl quilt. Please!

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  53. Oh my, oh My!!! I can't taype fast enough! PLEEEEEEEASE ph random number generator gods, pick meeeeeeee! We haven't met yet, Terri-- but I have heard tons about you from Jen and I look forward to meeting you one of these days! I have been loooonging to make this single girl quilt, I THOUGHT that I didn't HAVE to have the KJR to make it (I was just delusional) every time I see the combination I alllllmost spend way too much on ebay trying to gobble it up! But, alas, I still just have a couple prints! This would settle my heart once and for all! I just love the simple-ness of it, and the almost only primary pallet with the brown and aqua. mmmmmm, what is there NOT to love!?

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  54. Oh this fabric makes me think of spring & warm weather & happy thoughts & kids in the park playing & flower gardens...... it sort of takes me away from this winter we are having. If I won I would make the Single Girl quilt.
    Thanks for the giveaway!!!

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  55. I really love this line because of it's spectrum of colors - it is truly like a rainbow. If I won this - I probably would do something dresden-platish (you know what I mean).

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  56. I follow you via Google Reader.

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  57. KJR reminds me of my grandparents. They had a great backyard table set that was remakably close to these colors. Every time I see it I think of them. I think because of that, I would want to make some sort of a spinning wheel quilt that would remind me of that umbrella :)

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  58. I follow your blog and you are on my reader :)

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  59. I love the bright happy colors of this collection. So far, I have a grand total of 1/2 yard of one print. I would LOVE to win this bundle. Thanks for offering this giveaway!

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  60. This is my favorite line EVER!!!!! I just began collecting prints this past year and there are so many I don't have. I would totally make the quilt for my son who also loves this fabric. What a great giveaway, love it!!!

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  61. Now following, you have a great eye for color!

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  62. I follow your blog via Google Reader. Thanks again!!

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  63. I love the variety of colors in this bundle. i'd probably make lot of small sewing projects out of it. Headbands, camera straps, throw pillows. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  64. I've been a follower for a good while. :)

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  65. this fabric is fun and happy and bright. If I won, I'd consider making a single girl quilt, or another pattern that shows off the great colours.

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  66. I'm already a follower. thanks for another chance.

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  67. to me, this line is a great blend of modern and vintage, and masculine and feminine... I like that about it. I adore the little posies, and the prints are just so fresh.

    I don't know what I'd make, my chance is that they'd be used to enhance my other stuff... my goal this year is to mix lines, and KJR is such a great addition. :)

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  68. This fabric makes me want to jump rope with my best friend Katie! We don't have a jump rope, but are hoping to win one soon. If I do win one, I will definitely make Katie a Single Girl quilt for her trousseau.

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  69. I LOVE this fabric line. Seeing it makes me sad that I don't have any, but I still love looking at it!

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  70. This is one of my favorite lines as well, has been since I first saw it. However, I saw it for the first time after it was out of print:(. I have no idea how I missed this line but I am sad every time I see it used in a quilt because I don't have any....I would SO love to win one of these bundles. I think it would be adorable in the Single Girl quilt or in a Half Square triangle quilt.

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  71. 1. I have bits and pieces of this fabric and it makes me so happy!
    2. I love this quilt and I've had the pattern tucked away in a drawer for waaay too long. Gotta make it!
    3. I'm a follower and love your blog! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  72. I have this pattern and I have been holding out on making it until I could find the perfect fabrics!! This fabric makes me happy - it reminds me of my grandma!

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  73. bless my soul... i ADORE this line. when i joined my first quilt guild i won 2 fat quarters from this line and was in love. sadly it was the last i saw of it on the stores...boo hoo. please let me win this so i can make the quilt that never happened!

    thanks for a chance!!! also i am a follower!!!

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  74. The fabric is so bright and cheerful! It would be great to for these cold gray winter days in Kodiak!

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  75. It's such beautiful fabric...I'm not a single girl...can I still participate?

    I'd probably make a fun quilt to give away to charity if I happened to win...I could see some sweet little one cuddling up in these cheerful prints and a smile crossing their face as they keep cozy and warm!

    Thanks for a nice giveaway!

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  76. I follow your blog! =) Thank you again.

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  77. I'm in Hong Kong, and the fabric choices here are not that great. This is absolutely beautiful fabric, and to be honest, I'm not sure what I would make with it! Both of my girls are asking for quilts, so maybe this could be a step in the right direction.

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  78. what a generous giveaway! i love the vintage feel of this line. it's amazing how timeless the prints are! :)

    so excited to start on the single girl! just have to decide which fabrics to use!

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  79. This fabric line makes me feel HAPPY! It's just perfect.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    Angelina

    figure8angel[AT]gmail[DOT]com

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  80. I smile every time I see this fabric, it makes me happy.

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  81. Following!

    figure8angel[AT]gmail[DOT]com

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  82. I would love this fabric! Monday is my birthday and it would just make it all the better if I was picked! I would enjoy looking and touching this wonderful stack of sunny, spring fabrics for a bit before I made myself a little something. (everyone else gets my quilting so it would be my treat) Thanks for the opportunity!!!

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  83. I am a follower. Thank you so much for this extra chance to win these beautiful fabrics.

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  84. This fabric makes me feel circular! Ha! Actually, I think seeing pictures of single circles have affected my brain! It does make me feel happy. I would hold onto it until the right idea or pattern comes along. :-) Thank you for the chance to win!

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  85. It definitely is bright and fresh....that's it makes my old bones feel fresh...LOLLL.

    It really is great material. Hope I'm the one. The 28th is my 45th Anniversary....hint hint

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  86. The fabric just makes you happy and eager to quilt something with it. I would love to make a quilt for my new grand-niece.

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  87. I am getting ready to go on a table runner sewing spree. I want to have at least 12-15 so that I can change them out regularly. I only have 2 now. I would use these lovely fabrics to make table runners

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  88. ph!! those fabrics are really gorgeous!! they have a scrappy look! they makes me want to start that proyect now!

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  89. Do you have a fever? Are you delirious in any way? Have you really thought this through? Most importantly, are you leaving any delicious KJR for yourself???? This giveaway ROCKS my socks off Terri! (and so does your new profile pic, btw). I wish so badly that I could do the quilt a long, but I've pledged to sew my own version of Denyse's Proverbial quilt for our bed this year and I know it's gonna take a while. If I was to be the luck KJR winner, first I will covet. Then stroke. Then refold and place on stash shelf in it's very own spot. Then eventually the oranges might make their way into my ever-expanding orange collection (for an as yet undecided project). I honestly can't tell if I'd keep it all together for one big quilt, or make use of the colourways in a blended-line quilt. How's that for an answer? BIG thanks for such a fine opportunity.

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  90. Cheerfully following along, as usual.

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  91. oh, holy cow! the exact prints used in the single girl quilt originally??? i LOVE the use of color in the combination of prints - it's so great - and it's denyse...@!!! Love it! I would absolutely do this quilt - the single girl!

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  92. just subscribed through google reader.

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  93. I adore this fabric! It makes me feel happy & kid like again..Jump rope is the perfect name!

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  94. this is definitely one of my favourite lines as well!! although i'm no longer a single girl (getting married this september!) i think this line might just be perfect for the single girl quilt, and i really want to make one too! thanks for the giveaway!

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  95. The fabric makes my heart sing and I so want a quilt for me, I always make them for others and turning fifty next month made me decide I want a quilt too.
    Thanks for the giveaway and yes I do follow your blog.

    cheers
    Christine

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  96. I'm in the Single Girl quilt along...I love this fabric, but I've never had any. I'd make my quilt with it!! And then I think I'd give away the AMH Innocent Crush fabrics I was thinking I'd use.

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  97. i am personally terrified of the single girl quilt pattern...and nearly anything requiring a template, but i love KJR. I love the bright use of primary colors...i love the antique inspiration of these prints, i would love to make a simple patchwork quilt for my son with these fabrics!!

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  98. And I am a follower. And should clarify--I do love the AMH fabrics, too! It's just that I've never had any Katie Jump Rope!

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  99. This is the first time I've seen this fabric and I love it! It's so bright and cheerful. That quilt pattern is super cool too and I've been trying things lately that are out of my comfort zone for quilting, so I would probably go ahead and make that pattern!

    Great giveaway and very generous! Thanks for the chance!

    MGM

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  100. You're going to get a zillion posts for this giveaway! I'm scared of piecing curves, but if I won this set of fabric, that would totally be a sign that I should try!

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  101. Looking at this fabric makes me smile, here we are, the night before another snow storm. The colors are bright and cheery, so summer must be on its way!
    I am certainly interested in making a quilt, a baby quilt in particular!

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  102. I'm taking part in the quilt along too and have been trying to figure out what fabrics to use. Of course this bundle would be just perfect. Thanks for a great giveaway, Terri!

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  103. I love the fabric, because it resembles me the weather we're having right now, it's summer time yay!!!!

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  104. I'm a follower of your blog, since a little while ago, yippeeee

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  105. I'm now a follower and I'll add you to my blog roll!!

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  106. I LOVE this fabric!! I didn't realize the DS Single Girl quilt on the pattern was made from KJR. this fabric makes me HAPPY.
    I may join the quilt along but I have three quilts going right now. I think I would make if now a Single Girl then a Double Wedding Ring Quilt!
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  107. OMG!!! Just looking at these bundles of fabric makes my heart race. I have a few of the KJR prints that I have a tendency to gaze at (and occasionally pet) when I should be doing something constructive. I would love to win a bundle and I hope my heart could take it if I did.

    I am a follower, have the Single Girl pattern, and have joined the single girl support group. Thanks for the chance (fingers crossed) to win.

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  108. I love Katie Jump Rope - it makes me feel so happy and Single Girl Quilt Rocks!!!
    Crossing fingers for some fabric goodness!

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  109. I follow you through Google Reader!!

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  110. I love Katie Jump Rope!! I joined the quilt-along (my first) and am planning to make a pillow. If I had this fabric bundle I'd be very tempted to challenge myself with a larger single girl quilt!

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  111. You should totally pick me, because I rock and roll! I love this fabric, I have a few of the brown prints from it, but none of the others, and would love them all! What would I make...this quilt, and I honestly didn't realize the pattern name was single girl, and honestly thought this group was for single girls (duh!) I would use the scraps to make clutches!!!!

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  112. KJR is by far my mostest favoritest fabric of all time... I have but a scrap of it left...really!! my scrap is like 2 inches by 2 inches... I would have to pet and fondle this fabric for awhile and then cut it {ouch} and use it to make this fabulous Single Girl quilt... I love the quilt pattern.... I will keep my fingers and toes crossed to win..

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  113. I follow you in my google-reader next...

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  114. Sally Somerall ssomerall@gmail.comWednesday, January 26, 2011

    That is such HAPPY fabric!!! And, it looks like me!!!! :) I would use it to make this quilt---it would be something new...to actually make a quilt by following a pattern and not just making it up as I go.

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  115. Sally Somerall ssomerall@gmail.comWednesday, January 26, 2011

    I also follow your blog...and it's bookmarked on my favorite pages.

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  116. Love the fabric! It brings me sunshine and smiles! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  117. Oh my. I love this line and this quilt. The image on the pattern cover is one of my favorite quilts ever. I've only seen the orange fabric in person. I have just a smidge (from a scrap swap) of three different prints. I would love to see more of the line in person. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  118. I love this fabric line and it makes me feel HAPPY!!

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  119. Scrumptious KJR fabric for possibly little ole' me???? Why I would find something to make with it that is CLEARLY for SURE:)

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  120. This fabric brings a smile to my face, and I'd most likely make the Single Girl Quilt with it!!

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  121. reminds me of a childhood coloring book

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  122. Follow ur FANtastic blog already and love it!

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  123. This fabric makes me happy! I love the bright and happy colors. And, as a true single girl (single mom of four), I like the idea behind the single girl pattern/quilt! Paired with the happy colors (who says you can't be happy as a single mom?), it's awesome. Thank you for the opportunity to win! :) jody.edwards|AT|yahoo|DOT|com

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  124. Oh my gosh! This is one of my favorite lines and I would totally use it to make the Single Girl quilt! My youngest daughter needs a quilt for her bed when she moves out of the crib. This lines makes me smile overtime I look at it. The core are just amazing!

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  125. The colors are great. Put them all together and it will make one colorful happy quilt. The single girl quilt looks like a challenge to me. Love challenges. Thanks for sharing the ideas and the giveaway. mdwelectric@comcast.net

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  126. these fabrics (and the quilt) just make me feel happy inside!

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  127. oh and i'm a longtime follower of your blog

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  128. This fabric makes me smile! and I love the quilt pattern...if I won this, I would be making it right along with you!

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  129. OMG!!! Let me wipe the drool from my chin and put my tongue back in my head! This fabric is so HAPPY! I need a fabric fix in the worst way and my budget just is not cooperating at the moment. I really like the Single Girl quilt, something different.
    Thank you for the chance to win.

    Carolyn

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  130. This fabric is so fun! It's laid back yet funky with just enough modern edge. I am missing so many of these prints, so I'd be THRILLED to win it! I would definitely use it to make a quilt!

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  131. It makes me feel all warm and fuzzy I would make a quilt for my new grand daughter.
    Holly

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  132. I'm a follower and I love your blog
    Holly

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  133. I love the primary feel. These are perfect for the single girl quilt. The brown makes me happy in these colors. What a lovely giveaway. I would make the single girl. It's super hard for me to find this pattern now this support group has been started.

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  134. I love this line. When I first saw it on the internet I did not care for it so much. I know I know. But I ordered a bit and I loved it. It is so soft, but alas I got in on this great fabric too late into the game. I really think I would make a spider web quilt with this if I won.

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  135. Terri - holy moly this is unreal! If i had this then I would have to make the Single Girl in a Queen Size! With this being the focus of the giveaway could I make anything else? Fingers, toes, legs and eyes are crossed! x

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  136. I think I would keep it out on my sewing table for a little while...just to be able to gaze at it through out the day would make me happy. Then when I got brave enough I would turn it into a quilt and add the scrapps to a my ticker tape stash.

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  137. Wow! These are some yummy, yummy fabrics! I've always wanted to make a wedding ring quilt. That quilt is gorgeous and I'm thinking that if I were to win this batch of fabulous fabs...it's the wedding ring quilt for me!

    hugz
    Pam

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  138. Okay, Miss -- you are cuh-ray-zee giving away all this gorgeous fabric. But I love, love, LOVE KJR, and never had even a scrap of it. I joined the Single Girl Support group the other day and would use KJR for my SG quilt if I were so lucky as to win some! Reallly - too generous :D

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  139. I am a longtime follower and your number one fan!!!

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  140. I forgot to say how bright and pretty this fabric is....They make me want to DANCE, SING, and SHOUT! Okay, after I make the Single girl quilt...lol

    hugz/avid follower

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  141. Gorgeous, happy fabric I would make a lap quilt. Thanks for the chance.

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  142. Ok, I sOOOOOO *NEED* this bundle!! It HAS to be me! I am just starting my quilting journey (my first quilt ever, I finished a week ago, is a Queen size I Dance in Cirlces by trayceyjay) but these circles make me a bit nervous. So I could go for one of my "meandering" blocks I have been eye-ing to purchase patterns :) I LOVE the bright happy colors- I think all my quilts will wind up being that way ;)

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  143. And of course I'm a follower, people would be nuts not to :)

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  144. oooh! What a wonderful use of KJR!!!! I'd love to try that pattern! Simple and fresh!

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  145. LOVE that fabric. Love the colors! I would probably break it down and use it in a couple quilts.

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  146. I swear my heart skipped a beat when I saw this post! I just dropped a bundle to get some of the KJR fabric, but I don't have near this many! LOVE IT!! I would make the quilt if it's not too hard - I'm a newbie quilter! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  147. Wow..such beautiful fabric! I love the colors! I haven't made a quilt yet but if I win this I may just have to start my first! If not I may make a patchwork skirt or two or three for my girls. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  148. Wow! What a great giveaway! How cool would it be to make this quilt in the fabric featured in the pattern? What a great line.

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  149. Oh, I love this fabric!! Reminds me of my grandmother :) Which is a very lovely thing!

    I also love the pattern - would definitely make it with these fabrics if I won :)

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  150. The single girl quilt is seriously on my to-do list, but I've not pony'ed up the time to try it...I've even tempted myself with the thought of purchasing the quilt already stitched up from Pottery Barn...GASP! I love Denyse Schmidt's lines and this one makes me think of being 6 years old again. PERFECT for my boys and such an awesome quilt pattern

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  151. eeeeeeekk! These no way I can explain how much I LOVE these fabrics in this small comment box. :) Love, love, LOVE!! I signed up for the Single Girl Support Group and this would be the icing on the cake to use these fabrics. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  152. Oh. My. Goodness. KJR is just so, so lovely. It makes me happy just to look at it, and almost nostalgic?

    I have the pattern for Single Girl in my drawer... I'm a little intimidated by it, but MUST do it someday. This would be too perfect.

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