Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Stock Your Stash: The Quilting Goodies Giveaway!


Did you know March is National Quilting Month?  So what better way to celebrate than with some free patterns, new tutorials and a big Quilting Goodies Giveaway!!

I'm kicking off my celebration of all things quilted with a giveaway for some great quilting products from Pellon.  Who couldn't use some extra supplies to stock their stash??  Here are a few ways you can use them:

A colorful appliqued quilt like my new Rainbow Showers Quilt design - I'll be sharing the FREE pattern & tutorial for it this week:


Make some fun quilted potholders to add some extra style to your cooking & baking, using my tutorial HERE.


Give the kitchen a stylish makeover with a complete fabric kitchen accessories set.  I'll be sharing the patterns and details on how to make my Mod Kitchen Set this week too.


And I have a few more quilting themed projects heading this way too.  I'm not a traditional quilter so I'm sharing all sorts of ways you can rock these cool products, even if you don't consider making quilts your thing.  Appliqués, clothing, décor - there's loads of ways to use them!


The giveaway winner will receive the following products:

  • Queen size package Nature's Touch 100% Cotton Batting (90” x 108”)
  • 2 yd package of Wonder-Under® fusible (great for appliqués & fusing fabrics!)
  • 1 yd of Legacy Natural Blend Batting (a giant 96" wide!)
  • 1 yd of Insul-Fleece™ (insulates for hot & cold)
  • 1 yd of Tru-Grid™ (use to create, alter & enlarge craft designs)
  • 1 yd package of Fusible Fleece (adds softness to decor, craft & apparel projects)
  • 10yd package of Easy Knit Tape (stabilize seams or use to join scrap batting)

This is over $60 in fantastic quilting supplies!

To Enter:
Say what you'd make with these goodies if you won.  Be sure to include an email address if it's not on your profile.

For Additional Entries (leave a separate comment for each one):
Stop by PellonProjects.com, then come back and leave a comment saying your favorite quilted project
- Become a fan of Pellon on Facebook
- Follow Sew Can Do
- Like Sew Can Do on Facebook
- Follow Sew Can Do on Twitter
- Follow Sew Can Do on Pinterest
- Link to this giveaway on your blog, Facebook or Twitter

Giveaway IS CLOSED will be open until 11:59PM EST March 30, 2012. Giveaway is open to residents of U.S. and Canada only.  Void where prohibited.  The winner will be chosen at random and announced later that week.  Good Luck Everyone! 

392 comments:

  1. I'd love to make some new oven mitts and try out some quilting!!

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  2. i would make a quilt for my niece.
    yanuzo at hotmail dot com

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  3. my favorite quilted project is the half triangle quilt.
    yanuzo at hotmail dot com

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  4. I would make a + and X Quilt using the batting and some appliqued potholders to replace my disgusting ones!!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  5. I love the loyalty wallet from Pellon Projects - I really need to make this soon!!! I never have my gift cards with me when needed :-(

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  6. I now follow Sew Can Do on Twitter

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  7. Tweeted the giveaway.
    https://twitter.com/#!/AlphaBecky/status/182123215504678913

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  8. That Rainbow Showers quilt is just darling. It would make a great little kid's quilt.
    Maybe I'd make one of those! I have enough fabric stash to do it, LOL.

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  9. I am already a fan of Pellon on Facebook

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  10. I am now following Sew Can Do on Twitter
    @VettekLisa

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  11. If I won this giveaway, I'd make kitchen accessories. I cannot wait for your upcoming tutorials!

    Mommy Sauri~
    Http://casadesauri.blogspot.com

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  12. I am a Sew Can Do follower!

    Mommy Sauri~
    http://casadesauri.blogspot.com

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  13. I already Like Sew Can Do on Facebook

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  14. I love the Urban Jungle Bag but I am a sucker for anything with a gingerbread man on it. To Grandmothers Cottage we Go, quilt-along part 4 caught my attention right away!

    Mommy Sauri~
    http://casadesauri.blogspot.com

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  15. I linked back to your post on my blog too!

    http://casadesauri.blogspot.com/2012/03/giveaway-at-sew-can-do.html

    Thank you for the opportunity Cheryl.

    Mommy Sauri~

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  16. i have been wanting to make a couple of purses for my girls and neice, and i've been wanting to make myself a new bible cover

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  17. I would love to make some new oven mitts, and maybe some placemats or table runner.

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  18. I actually really want to take my old concert shirts & make a t-shirt quilt. This would be so helpful!

    larissaesq at gmail dot com

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  19. My favorite is the t-shirt quilt, of course!

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  20. I Like Sew Can Do on Facebook

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  21. I Follow Sew Can Do on Twitter

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  22. Shirley said:
    I love pellon products and I visited their site, I would make a lap quilt using the floating four patch pattern.
    clupton@windstream.net

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  23. Shirley said:
    I follow Sew Can Do on email.

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  24. Shirley said:
    I became a follower of Pellon on facebook.

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  25. I'm having another baby, so I would for sure use them to make him a baby quilt. Also, I've been stocking up on vintage sheets to make a quilt as well. liz.taylor24@yahoo.com

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  26. I love the valentine quillow from Pellon.

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  27. I already follow your blog.

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  28. I now follow you on Twitter.

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  29. I now follow you on Pinterest. Thanks!

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  30. I would make a lap quilt or two! Thanks so much this is an awesome way to celebrate!!!

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  31. I follow Sew Can Do on Twitter (@mimistarquilter)

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  32. I tweeted your awesome giveaway @mimistarquilter

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  33. I love the Floating Four Patch - it is something that I would make!!

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  34. I want to make casserole carriers for Christmas gifts.
    Jchlangley@gmail.com

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  35. i never quilted but i would like to try it.
    I guess i would start with something simple : potholders ? coasters ?

    bollekes.met.gaatjes.en.koordjes@gmail.com

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  36. Would use items for a quilt; generous giveaway; thanks! (marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  37. Also am a follower; thanks (marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  38. The providence quilt on the Pellon page is probably my favorite; so lovely; thanks again for chance to win! (marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  39. I just received my winnings from you and Pellon and THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
    I feel guilty but love to quilt and would love to win this also....I would make a new baby quilt for my newest little miracle baby Alex grandson...Thank you please enter me in this giveaway too!
    Dolly

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  40. I have been making things to spruce up my kitchen. I think I would make a set of appliqued tea towels first with the winnings of this. It would be great to have!

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  41. I love the bag section of Pellon, you can never have enough!!

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  42. I like/love Sew Can Do on Facebook.

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  43. I would make quilts, lunch bag, and bags.

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  44. I like pellon's small fry duffle bag.

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  45. I am following SCD on Twitter. @nalaxu

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  46. I tweeted about your giveaway.

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  47. my favorite quilted project is the laptop case! I've been wanting to make one for myself because my laptop is too big for most cases in stores and this would be perfect!

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  48. I would make a quilt or a laptop case!

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  49. I follow Sew Can Do on Bloglovin'!

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  50. I like Sew Can Do on facebook!

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  51. I follow Sew Can Do on Pinterest!

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  52. I'm following Sew Can Do on Twitter!

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  53. I follow sew can do on pinterest

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  54. I follow sew can do on Facebook.

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  55. I'd make a t-shirt quilt!

    urchiken at gmail dot com

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  56. I would use the batting for a zig zag quilt I'm trying to finish up and the fusible fleece for some zipper pouches.

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  57. My favorite project is the Word Game Quilt!

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  58. I sew for my local children's hospital and these items would come in very handy for the crayon art portfolios, the IV decorations, the pillows and everything else I make! Thanks - great giveaway!

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  59. Visited Pellon and I would make the Robot Trick or Treat Bag into a pillow for the children's hospital.

    Dona
    sewingmilesofsmiles.blogspot.com

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  60. I following you on FB.

    Dona
    sewingmilesofsmiles.blogspot.com

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  61. I follow you via email.

    Dona
    sewingmilesofsmiles.blogspot.com

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  62. I'm following you on Pinterest.

    Dona
    sewingmilesofsmiles.blogspot.com

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  63. The batting is always great for traditional quilts! And I would love to attempt oven mitts as all of mine have been destroyed in kitchen accidents. Some involving flaming food from the broiler :/

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  64. I liked pellon on fb (Aerialkabuki kabuki).

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  65. I liked sew can do on fb (aerialkabuki kabuki).

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  66. Okay, I am loving your quilt. I might just have to make that one. hoffmng(at)gmail(dot)com

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  67. Since there is batting I'd love to make a quilt!

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  68. I am a fan of Pellon on Facebook

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  69. I like Sew Can Do on facebook!

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  70. I Follow Sew Can Do on Twitter

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  71. I Follow Sew Can Do on Pinterest

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  72. I follow Sew Can Do on Twitter!

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  73. I follow Sew Can Do on Pinterest!

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  74. I'd like to try the Rag Lap Quilt project from Pellon!

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  75. I know I would use the batting for a quilt for my son. After visiting pellon I'd probably use the fusible fleece for the giant checkers set. My boys are really into checkers/chess right now so it would be fun to have a floor set.

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  76. I already liked you on facebook.

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  77. I'm following you on pinterest. I'm always looking for good sewing boards :)

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  78. I've been following the sewcando blog.

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  79. My favorite is the Rainbow Showers quilt!!!!!

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  80. I've never made a quilt before, but would try to do one if I had the Pellon products!

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  81. I've got some kitchen accessories on my to-do list as a thank you gift for friends, so that would be the first project I'd tackle. Then a quilt for me!

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  82. I would love to make a baby quilt for my best friend's soon-to-be-arriving baby!

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  83. My current fave Pellon project is the Rainbow Quilt!!! Thanks for creating such a simple and fun project!

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  84. I follow Sew Can Do on twitter

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  85. I follow Sew Can Do on facebook

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  86. I would like to try your Rainbow Showers quilt design if I were to win your giveaway. It would be fun to make it for my granddaughter.

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  87. I am a follower of Sew Can Do.

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  88. I am a new fan of PELLON on Facebook.

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  89. The batting would be perfect for the quilt I am making my mom!
    missysaprons@yahoo.com

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  90. I am a follower!
    missysaprons@gmail.com

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  91. I'd finally get around to making that quilt for my son! He's so overdue!

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  92. I've been dying to try making oven mitts to beautify my kitchen :)

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    ~andrea - prajaline (at) gmail (dot) com

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  93. I'd like to make that adorable quilt you showed. Perfect for where I live. It rains all the time!

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  94. That tape to join batting scraps is really cool -- it seems like a huge timesaver, 'cause I'm always sewing my small scraps together! I can see this stuff finding its way into a lot of different projects. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  95. I love the Providence Quilt - lovely!

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  96. The first thing I would make is a quilt for my Daughter. My G'ma made a quilt for each G'child when he/she was born. 13 in all!!! I also have 3 of her unfinished quilts. (All pieces have been sewn together on 2 but no backing &/or quilting on any. The fabric is so delicate I am afraid to look at it let alone try to wash or finish them!! My idolized Gram has been gone for 26+ yrs & these projects had probably been started 15-20 yrs prior to her death! Anyway, I would love to start & finish my 2nd quilt w/ some of these products!!! Thanks for the opportunity! kweenbee_612@yahoo.com

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  97. I follow on Twitter. @birdie00000

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  98. I already follow Sew Can Do on Pinterest.

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  99. So difficult to pick just one, but I really like the Urban Jungle Bag. kweenbee_612@yahoo.com

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  100. I would make a quilt for our newest little girl who is due in June!!

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  101. I personally like the Small Fry Duffle Bag...I have 2 girls who would REALLY love a couple of them!!

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  102. Im a follower of Sew Can Do and LOVE every minute of it! :)

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  103. Im also following all of your boards on Pinterest, the best place in the world!

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  104. I want to make a teapot cozy shaped like a little cottage and all that stash would be perfect!

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  105. I like Pellon on fb as Tabitha Swain Klucking

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  106. I like you on fb as Tabitha Swain Klucking

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  107. I follow you on twitter as kluckingbear

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  108. I tweeted https://twitter.com/#!/kluckingbear/status/182585526723944448

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  109. I would try to make a nice blanket for my fourth child due in sep

    nelly dot barney at yahoo dot com

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  110. I like Pellon on fb

    nelly dot barney at yahoo dot com

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  111. Follower of sew can do

    nelly dot barney at yahoo dot com

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  112. I like sew can do on fb

    nelly dot barney at yahoo dot com

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  113. Following sew cado on twitter
    nelly dot barney at yahoo dot com

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  114. I would definitely be making a quilt with much fusible applique!

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  115. I just love the pumpkin crazy quilt mug rug project on the Pellon website!

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  116. Man! What wouldn't I make with these amazing goodies. I've been wanting to make a new lunch bag, the insulation would be perfect. I could also make myself a mug rug/snack mat to go along with it. So much goodness would be produced :)

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  117. I've also been meaning to make myself a Thread Catcher. And that pattern looks so sturdy and handy. It's just so much cuter than a trash bag at your feet.

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  118. I'm in total 'Like' with Pellon

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  119. I'm in 'Like' with you on FB

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  120. ...tweet tweet...

    I follow you on Twitter as binkiege

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    https://twitter.com/#!/binkiege/status/182748662986833920

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  122. Amazing giveaway! I would finally give a try at making an applique quilt.

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  123. Love the Urban Jungle bag over at Pellon Projects.

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    1. I would more than likely use it to make a quilt for my friend's husband whom we just found out is very sick.

      You can read my post here: lovemusicdesigns.blogspot.com

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  124. I would make a quilt for my bed
    alliana88m AT yahoo DOT com

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  125. I like the urban jungle bag

    alliana88m AT yahoo DOT com

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  126. Followed Pellon on Fb - evans sevieux
    alliana88m AT yahoo DOt com

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  127. followed Sew can do on fb - evans sevieux
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  128. follow Sew can do on twitter -talliana1
    alliana88m AT yahoo DOT com

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  129. Sew Can Do email subscriber
    alliana88m AT yahoo DOT com

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  130. follow Sewcando on Pinterest
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  131. shared on fB
    https://www.facebook.com/JeanLeraud/posts/372986622732155

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  132. This is a fabulous giveaway! I sewed for years before picking up quilting, so I'm with you when it comes to all the grest ideas for these items that pop in your head. The queen batting would definitely be used to complete the quilt I'm working on for our guest room. The insul-fleece (love!) would go towards making your fab Mod Kitchen set. I am stoked about that post. I really like using fusible fleece for zip pouches, fabric baskets, and e-reader covers. Honestly, I have never used Wonder Under, so there would be some play time happening there. Thanks!

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  133. Id love to make the quilt!! (amcdonald2385@hotmail.com)

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  134. Liked Pellon on FB as Amanda MArie MCdonald

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  135. Liked Sew Can Do on fb as Amanda Marie Mcdonald

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  136. Followed Sew Can do as Mandy McDonald

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  137. Followed Sew Can do on twitter as bullet9885

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  138. Following Sew Can do on pinterst as Amanda Mcdonald

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  139. I have no idea what I would make if I won. But my mom would love this if I won it for her! She is a big quilter!

    alyssasauriol@gmail.com

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  140. I am a follower of Sew Can Do on GFC (as Sauriola)!

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  141. I liked Sew Can Do on Facebook!

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  142. I am a follower of Sew Can Do on Twitter!

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  143. I am a follower of Sew Can Do on Pintrest!

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