Monday, December 12, 2011

Giveaway Day Winter 2011

 THIS GIVEAWAY HAS CLOSED, THANKS FOR ENTERING!!!

Hello and welcome if you came here from Sew, Mama, Sew's Giveaway Day.  To my regular readers, welcome back.  I'm excited to have you all!


I showed you a sneak peak last week, and you may have guessed this sweet mermaid is the work of Heather Ross.  I made a silly mistake and all of you have the chance to benefit from it.

I participated in Heather's Studio Sale this fall and due to some delays she gave us a coupon for a quick sale of some popular re-prints on Spoonflower.  Of course, I had to get the mermaids.  I mean I do have the mendocino guest room and all.  Since it's not to often you can get the Mendocino fabrics at any price, I decided to get two yards.  I added two yards to the cart (and some campers & wild flowers) but as I was checking out, I realized the quantity of the mermaid fabric was "1".  If I looked closer it would have been 1 - 2 yard cut, but I was in a hurry and changed it to "2."  So, before I knew it I had ordered 4 yards of the fabric.  Then it came and it is not the same color-way as her Mendocino line for Freespirit - it is also a much larger scale print.  Still very beautiful! So I am sharing 2 yards with you and I need some help.


For the chance to win 2 yards of Heather Ross Spoonflower Mermaid fabric and the Stitch holiday edition, please leave a comment telling me  an idea for what I can use my own two yards for, or at least, what you'll do with it.  Extra comment for following. Comments will be accepted until December 16 at 5pm.  I'll choose a winner randomly. Please make sure to leave your email address in the comment or your profile.  No email, no prize!

And, if you are looking for something fun to take to a holiday party, please have a look at this post.

Thanks and Good Luck! -Courtney

517 comments:

  1. Well, I'm a regular follower. :)

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  2. And I would love to incorporate some of this into a quilt that I'm making for a friend's very precocious daughter, a three-year-old that reads and sounds out words already. :)

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  3. You could make a kid's sundress? I'd make a bag out of it...oo, or a pillowcase.

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  4. I would incorporate my 2 yards into some very cute cafe curtains.

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  5. The large scale of this print makes me think it'd be perfect for two different things: (1) cute curtains in a little girl's room and (2) an awesome quilt backing. :)

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  6. Totally off the wall...but, what about faux taxidermy:) At least, that's a creative answer for you!
    Becky

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  7. That print is so pretty. I'd love a pillow case made from it even though it wouldn't match with any of our bedding. I'd just be my special pretty I fell asleep on. It would also look lovely in some embroidery/quilting hoops and hung on the wall!

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  8. I've been a follower since I found your blog during the last SMS giveaway day. I think I'd make a pillow case or use the fabric as the main squares in a simple quilt with some solid brown, cream, and orange. kristie_keely(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  9. Oh wow! Well, I have a mermaid loving daughter, so this would most likely become something for her. Maybe a skirt or perhaps something for her "under the sea" themed bedroom.

    Thanks for the chance! Love this print too!

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  10. I'm also a follower! :) Thanks again!

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  11. WOW gorgeous fabric - I think it would make a gorgeous panel in the front of an A line skirt. or a wee girls dress

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  12. I think I'd use it for pillow cases for my nieces. It looks like beautiful fabric. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  13. Ooo...I would probably use mine for some small curtains. Or maybe some pillows. It's so pretty!

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  14. I think I would like to somehow work it into a shower curtain or window curtains. Or maybe I could just sit and hug it for awhile.

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  15. I am a follower. Thanks for the chance to win this amazing fabric.

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  16. Wow! I'd make a bag or perhaps a cushion cover! something big enough to show off the mermaids!

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  17. The fabric is gorgeous! I am thinking some girly otfit that can really show it!

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  18. I would make pillowcases! I love love love this line and I've made several quilts from it, but a Mendocino pillow case would be awesome!!!

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  19. whoa, generous - i'm a follower!

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  20. id recommend fussy cutting them for a cute quilt top!

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  21. I think I would fussy cut the mermaids and incorporate them in as many different projects as possible - wall hanging, pillow, bag, quilt, etc. Who can't use some mermaids everywhere?

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  22. I know there would be fussy cutting going on, but no idea in what way. :)

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  23. I think I would either use it for a cute summer dress or a quilt back. Thanks
    Leah B
    lbroadstreet@tds.net

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  24. I am a follower. thanks
    Leah B
    lbroadstreet@tds.net

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  25. I'd make something for my girls room! They just got big girl beds! Maybe pillows or quilts. Thank you!

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  26. I think it would be really cute for a summer time tunic or as the lining of a shade hat. thanks for the chance to win!

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  27. I used some mendocino mermaids to make a peasant blouse for a 3 year old girl and you would have thought that I bought her a store full of cupcakes. She was made for a it, so I would recommend something like that! (ahappystitch@gmail.com)

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  28. Thinking ahead to summer, a bag for swimming stuff!

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  29. I would definitely make a pillow with such a large scale print. and pajama pants for a almost 10 year old girl I know. :-)

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  30. I love your mermaid bedroom! I'm using the mendocino in my Farmer's Wife blocks.. so this would be the border or alternate squares .. as I'm not sure I'll actually make all the blocks for the quilt. Thank you for the giveaway and love meeting 'new to me' bloggers!

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  31. Oh my, maybe I'd make a pillow for my daughters room? I love that print so!
    Thanks for the chance!

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  32. I'd make a twirly skirt for my friend's daughter. Can't you just picture twirling mermaids?

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  33. i'd make a makeup pouch! the print is just gorgeous!

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  34. I would make 2 pillowcases to go with my as-yet-made Heather ross Quilt!

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  35. This fabric is gorgeous and I would use it to make pillows or even just simple pillow cases to use with solids. The larger scale will make the print carry the space and you could fussy cut to make it just like you want it.

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  36. I'd make my daughter a dress...or two matching dresses. Or a dress and a bag. I love that fabric and I'd want it to be seen. :)

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  37. I would very indulgently use it as the backing of a quilt.

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  38. Hmm... You could use it for a window covering, or the back of a quilt, or maybe to recover a chair cushion in your guest room. I think I would go for using it as a quilt backing myself - all that Heather Ross goodness would seem pretty luxurious to snuggle under.

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  39. I would stetch it out over a frame and make it a big wall hanging. YUM! I so wish she would reprint this line!!!!

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  40. How about making a fabulous summer skirt with it? Thanks for the giveaway!

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  41. That is such a generous give away!!
    Not sure what I'd do with it if I win. I am secretly hoping one of my close friends will call any day now announcing happy baby news. So maybe there will be a little baby girl in the near future that needs a mermaid swaddling blanket - I hope so!

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  42. DEFINITELY a dress for my daughter!!!

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  43. With a print that big I would hate to cut it too much. I would probably leave it big and make a blanket. Not that exciting, but it would be beautiful in the end.

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  44. blog follower

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  45. I think it would be perfect for a swimsuit cover up! Fun!

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  46. hmm... a twirly skirt? a quilt or pillows (you could do fun embroidery on the mermaids)? a tote bag? it would be a cute fabric for lots of things, but tough when you don't have girlies! thanks for the chance to win.

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  47. I do have a massive Mendocino quilt that I made for my daughter and would love to use this fabric in some way to coordinate.

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  48. i'd probably use 1 yard to make an elastic waist gathered skirt. I'd love wearing that in the summer! and then use the other yard for a wall hanging and a dress for my little girl who loves mermaids.
    simplybeu@gmail.com

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  49. I'd either make some pillow cases or a new cover for my ironing board!
    mcgulisa(at)gmail(dot)com

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  50. i'd love to make a pouch that i could see every day!

    anniecbates at gmail dot com

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  51. I think I would cut this into small, fussy cut pieces and then horde it for a special project down the road.

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  52. gorgeous! I would use it or at least pieces of it as a quilt backing for my daughter! I LOVE mermaids though and made my girl a mermaid doll for her birthday thecraftingfiend(at)gmail.com

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  53. I'd use it as a small sheet or quilt to snuggle under and look at every time. Or maybe a skirt to go out and about in. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  54. That would be awesome as curtains.
    bryghtrose at gmail dot com

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  55. I would use this fabric in a quilt. I love the yellow mermaid tails! Thanks for the giveaway! robyn(dot)geddes(at)gmail(dot)com

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  56. I think it would be great to cover a chair in this fabric, or it would make a fantastic quilt backing.
    stashavalanche[at]gmail[dot]com

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  57. I'm thinking bags, a cute pillow case dress, possibly a skirt, what beautiful fabric.

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  58. Oh I love that Courtney and I am thinking pillow cases too. Grace would love this on her bed. :) Great giveaway!

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  59. That would definitely make a cute quilt backing!

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  60. Pillowcases! Or a large panel in a quilt!

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  61. I'd definitely use it to make a quilt - the fabric is so beautiful and the large scale would be lovely paired with a patchwork back!

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  62. i'm a new follower! thanks for a great giveaway!

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  63. I'd bust out my kona color card, pick solids and some coordinating prints, make a quilt top and then use this as the backing of the quilt!

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  64. I think it would make a lovely floor cushion for a reading corner- its whimsical :)

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  65. I'll definitely be making something for my eldest with the fabric. She love mermaids. I might use it as a full panel for a quilt backing. I'd hate to cut it up.

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  66. I am thinking a shower curtain and a bath rug. Beautiful fabric.

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  67. I made the Easy Empire Waist Top from Amy Butler book Little Sitches for Little Ones. It's not that easy but it's gorgeous and I think that this print would be perfect for this project !

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  68. I would fussy cut the mermaids and only use solids with it so the whole quilt would be about the mermaids and nothing but the mermaids. Great giveaway! Thank you!

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  69. Pillows or curtains would be darling :)

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  70. ahhhh, i LOVE the mermaids!!! projects that come to mind are little cafe curtains, or throw pillows or sweet little pillow cases ♥ gah, so many projects that would be extra lovely in the print!!

    thanks you for the generous giveaway!
    erika
    InspiredMama (at) msn (dot) com

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  71. hmmm, maybe a big floor pillow?!
    thanks for the giveaway!

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  72. I would make some pretty pillows for a girl's room. Terrific giveaway!

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  73. oh, I didn't realise it was a larger scale either! I *came this close* to getting some from spoonflower too but the budget was just not there, even with the coupon! I love the print so much, I would probably just hem the sides & hang it up with a dowel a la Heather's kits. Or perhaps... a dolly quilt with some fun hand stitching added in. Or a pillow! Or..anything already suggested, you really can't go wrong with this fabric!

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  74. I think the 2 yards would be lovely made up into a whole cloth quilt with a border...you could embroider/ quilt/ fill in parts of the mermaids and turtles...can you imagine her hair embroidered Aneela a la comfortstitching style? ohhh. I feel like I really want to win your giveaway just to make it!

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  75. Did some looking around & decided to follow you too :)

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  76. Ohhh I think it's lovely!! I always wanted to make a special shower curtain for my daughters bathroom and this would be perfect for that!! You can make one too! It's really easy! That large print would also make a beautiful skirt with a fun geometric pattern or paired with a fabric that was a sea shell or a 'wave'.

    Thank you for the opportunity to win your giveaway! Happy Holidays to you and your family <3 xo

    krencamp (at) gmail (dot) com

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  77. oh i like the whole cloth quilt idea!!! i would probably do that - it's so gorgeous on its own i would hate to cut it up - and that would give me a chance to practice a different kind of FMQ.

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  78. just added you to my google reader!

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  79. Looks like fun pj pants to me!

    knspears (at) gmail (dot) com

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  80. So two yards wouldn't be enough, I'm sure, but wouldn't this print be the BEST shower curtain??? Maybe bathroom curtains, then!

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  81. I would use some of this fabric for some bed pillows, perhaps for a quilt...and I do like that idea of having them in PJS. Thanks for the chance to win!=)

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  82. Oh yes, on the larger scale, I don't think i would cut it up! LOL! I think making a shower curtain with a quilty border would be darling! Or a whole cloth quilt just to show it off in all its glory! :)

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  83. oh.. and i am now following you :)

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  84. I'd make my girl a pillow case, and then a twirly skirt with that fabric. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  85. Normally I use large scale prints for quilt backings, but I think this is way too pretty to put on the back. Maybe a quilt with some large blocks, to show off the awesomeness? Thanks for sharing!

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  86. I'd make a couple of shopper totes so fast my own head would spin. Her mermaids are fantastic!!

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  87. hmmm, quilt or dress for a little girl!
    with 5 nieces, I have plenty to choose from! :)

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  88. I am a follower
    tina_crossgrove(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  89. I would use it as part of the backing for a lap quilt to give away to someone special.

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  90. This might make a cute summer skirt or summer dress for beach wear?

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  91. Ooh, pretty.

    I think this would be great fabric to trim a white robe with, so that when you get out of the tub, you can feel mer-like.

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  92. A dress! I'd be tempted to try and make the skirt of it a short fishtail, because mermaids.

    corvus.melloriATgmailDOTcom

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  93. Two whole yards??? Swoon.

    Is it a waste (or super smart) to use the whole yardage on the back of a quilt? That's what I'd do.

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  94. That's a bit of yardage.. and I would say to keep it whole and used. . on the back of a quilt. How FUN would that be. YUM!

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  95. I think your guest room is amazing!! So I think if I won I would love to do something similar. I'd frame a section of it and then use the rest in a quilt. Either that or a pretty girly quilt for a gift. Thank you for such a great giveaway!!

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  96. I just signed up to be a follower, yay!!

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  97. i'm a follower...just discovered your blog...

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  98. I would cut out a mermaid and add embroidered embellishments and put it up on the wall, then I'd send the rest to my mom. She makes quilts for a charity that gives them to children in need.

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  99. A bag for myself.. Or maybe a wallet..
    Thx for the chance to win ^^v

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  100. How about using the fabric for a quilt back or a bag?

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  101. this would be super cute as bottom ruffle for curtains in a little girl's room.

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  102. A curtain for the bathroom, perhaps, or a summer skirt.

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  103. I think all of the HR prints make greats kids dresses/skirts/pjs

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  104. I would fussy but it into a mini quilt! :) Thanks for the chance!

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  105. I think a skirt would be cute. or a Vallance above the window. Or backing for a quilt?
    Thanks for the chance. :)

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  106. I'm thinking beach bag or if you want to see it all year maybe pillow borders. Thanks for hosting!

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  107. My daughter loves this fabric. The store that had some sold out so fast so it would be great to win.
    The idea I saw that was pretty neat was on a blog, can't remember which one, but they made curtains and put the big print at the bottom of the curtain so you could really see it.
    I thought it was a great idea for a focal fabric that you don't really want to cut up.

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  108. I love the Mendocino line! I think you should make something you'd use everyday...maybe a pillowcase? That's what I'd do!
    LauraL444 at yahoo dot com

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  109. My 3 girls love this fabric as much as i do!
    So this is what i would love to do with this fabric little purses and hair ribbons (think tubes that are stitched up then tide like minnies bow.)
    or then again maybe small left overs for pockets on a sweet little skirt or on a quilt. Or used as goods for the kids bathroom. Or a overnight bag they can use on sleep overs. So much to do with one chick that has not hatched. LOL!
    Thank you for considering us for your giveaway!!

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  110. Oh dear, I clicked to your guest room and saw you've already made pillowcases. Hm. Maybe some PJ pants? I'm a follower, so this is my extra entry. (Laura W)
    LauraL444 at yahoo dot com

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  111. I would use it as backing for a quilt for my niece. Gorgeous.

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  112. It would make a cute floor pillow or poof for a girl's room.

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  113. With a large scale print like this that isn't overwhelming I'd use it for curtains or for backing material. kcarlson1152[at]hotmail.com

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  114. I love large scale prints for whole-cloth quilts. It could be really beautiful with some hand quilting, too. Thanks for sharing!

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  115. A skinny jacket to wear over sundresses.

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  116. I would definetly use the 2 yards for a backing of a quilt. Thanks!!!

    lestra77 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  117. I love the fabric! I'd encorporate it into a white/orange mod quilt!

    xoxo Kim

    kk205@evansville.edu

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  118. I agree with the comment above - with the scale of the mermaid so large, it would make a fantastic quilt back! Thanks for the chance at this generous giveaway!

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  119. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway! I think I'd use this fabric for curtains in my bathroom, since the large scale makes it a little odd for clothing. Or, it would make a lovely pillowcase for a little girl's room :-) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  120. I think I'd probably make a cute pillow sham. I love that mermaid fabric, sooo cute! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  121. Since it is such a larger scale print I would use it to make a skirt or beachy top!

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  122. they would make pretty shams for a girls room

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  123. You could use your yardage to make an adorable dress.

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  124. I would make a cute beach bag with it.

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  125. I am going to use this fabric for a quilt for my best friend who loves mermaids as much as I do! I might even squirrl enough aside to make it into a small purse or wallet!

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  126. If I won, I would let you draw another name for the fabric part. I'm hoping to win the magazine. Mermaids just aren't my thing. Hope that doesn't sound rude. I'm trying to be generous :)

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  127. Thank you for such a generous giveaway!
    I'd use this lovely fabric to make a summery skirt to wear to the beach. And since you have a Mendocino guest room (which is gorgeous by the way!), I think you could maybe use your bit of the fabric to make pillow covers, or use it to make a new shade for a lamp, or since the print is a bit larger, maybe stretch it over a frame to make some Mendocino wall art.

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  128. I think I'd use it for a quilt back for my new baby niece. Or maybe something wonderful for me because I love the print so!

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  129. I would so die to have this! I am making my 4.5 year old a mermaid quilt and this would be perfect for the back of the quilt. I would advice you to make clothes out of it or maybe some clutches would be gorgeous!

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  130. ooh! how cool! i think i would use my to make a giant roll case for my supplies..scissors and knitting needles..i love whimisical prints :) raineoc@yahoo.com

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  131. I love this line!!! I wouldnt cut a thing but would make a duvet cover with some borders. Thanks so much for sharing

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  132. lap quilt, or a pillowcase? I love the fabric!

    needlegrrl at gmail

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  133. This would make a lovely beach bag or two.
    The fabric is unique.

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  134. This is my favorite print of all time! Be still my beating heart... I used up my entire stash awhile ago and actually used this print to make some sheets for my daughter's bed. Thanks for the chance!

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  135. thanks for the chance!
    i see this wonderful fabric for the first time, so I really can´t tell you what to sew. If I´ll be the lucky winner, I ´ll tell you later *lol*
    Liebe Grüße
    Bente

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  136. what a wonderful giveaway! I would love to make pajama pants for my daughter out of this fabric. i've never seen this one before! she'd love it.

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  137. I think I'd use it as foot throw for my bed. The big print would work really well if it wasn't cut up. I'm not sure I'd have the heart to do that anyway!

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  138. It could make a really cute girl's skirt... or curtains or bedskirt or pillows or other bedding.

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  139. I'd make a cute tote! But then again, I'm bag obsessed! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  140. I'd make a border on a sheet set or duvet - that gorgeous print should be shown off!

    michaelacking (at) gmail (d0t) com

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  141. Hmm...I have three girls, so I can think of dozens of things they would like out of this fabric. I notice you have boys, so I'm not sure what to suggest to you! I do love that fabric and missed out on it when it was available. Merry Christmas!

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  142. I would make a pillowcase or possibly a skirt out of it. I love that fabric. Or a dress for my daughter, she loves mermaids.

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  143. If I win I'll use it to make a quilt for my daughter, who loves mermaids. Maybe the quilt backing or else I'd cut it up and make it into the body of the quilt? Or ooh! A little dress for her!!

    Yeah, I guess I'm not much help as i can't even decide for myself, eh?!?!?

    Jess

    jessicacook17 AT hotmail DOT com

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  144. Hi! Beautiful fabric. I'd definitely fussy cut to put into an idea I have for a 'fantasy'theme quilt top. Paired with Sherbet Pips and Pat Bravo big prints, I think it'd be gorgeous. For young people, curtains or pillows I think would be sweet.

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  145. Have you seen that sandcastle quilt pattern from Becca at Chasing Cottons? I'd totally rock this on the back. It's too gorgeous to chop up!

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  146. Also, I am a follower. Thanks for the inspiration

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  147. Frame some and pillowcase with more - lovely! roguekeri at live dot com

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  148. Hmmm...how about a fabric sewing machine cover and matching pincushions and thread catcher?
    mapdot{at}gmail{dot}com

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  149. I have a couple of girls who would love matching pillow cases from this!

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  150. I would hoard it. No, just kidding. A shower curtain, or maybe curtains in my daughter's room or a dress for her. Although a set of pillow cases might be great . . .

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  151. I LOVE this print! I veer in so many directions with what to do with it! I want to see it as a skirt, or a vintage style dress with a half circle skirt. But I also would love to have pillows made from it. or even a bag. Sigh. So many options.
    sneakfuzz (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  152. I suggest you use it to make either a skirt or a dress. Heather has some great patterns in her book and online for a wrap skirt or a dress that just use 2 yards. Perfect for this amount of fabric

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  153. A girl's dress -- I'd probably use an Oliver + S pattern. Thanks!

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  154. I'd use mine for a bag, but maybe you can use yours for a skirt!

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  155. Oooh, I'd definitely make a skirt! That would be so cute! :)

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  156. A baby quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  157. It isn't original but I would first use the fabric in a quilt. Thanks for the chance to enter - great giveaway! Then I would save about a yard for things like journal covers, framed fabric, etc..shelleylynnvogel(at)gmail(dot)com

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  158. I think it would make a great banner or bunting....maybe even a pillow!

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  159. Ooooh its beautiful and an amazing giveaway, I hope I win. If I had a little girl then I would make her bed linen out of it with co-ordinating pj's but as I dont and im moving house then I might theme my laundry room or bathroom around it and trim towels with it. Failing that I would use it as one side of a quilt

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  160. I would celebrate those gorgeous mermaids with a whole cloth quilt/throw concoction. Maybe a solid aqua voile on the back, wool batting, and loose hand stitching all over. Great, this wasn't even on my project list until today. I would love to make it now!!! : )

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  161. I think that I would use that for a quilt of some sort. Maybe the back of a quilt - a pieced back.

    j_poshusta@yahoo.com

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  162. I would upholster part of a chair with it. LOVE that print. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  163. I'd use it for the back of a quilt-then the back would be as nice as the front! Thanks so much!

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  164. this is such a beautiful print! i would make a baby girl quilt for sure! gooberific@yahoo.com

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  165. I think this fabric would make a great summer skirt.

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  166. I would make a patchwork shower curtain with it! You should too.

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  167. Think of what a cute beach cover up it would make!

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  168. maybe having more of it would actually convince me to cut into it finally. . .

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