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Tuesday, September 15, 2015

September Fabric Deals and Giveaways!

Happy mid-September, friends!  Can you believe that another month is slipping by so quickly?  Of course, around here, the middle of the month means that it's time to fill you in on the latest happenings and deals at some of my favorite shops!  This post includes TWO giveaways as well, so read on!

Rita at Fabric Please! has lots going on right now.  She has just received yardage of three prints from Denyse Schmidt's newest line, New Bedford, with full fat quarter bundles arriving soon, as well as prints from the vibrant and fun Salsa collection.

                                Fabric Please

One important thing to mention regarding Fabric Please! is that prices on the website are listed in Canadian dollars, which means that although they may look a little higher, when you convert to US dollars, they really are quite reasonable.  Rita is working on getting all prices listed in both CAD and USD, but in the meantime, one CAD equals .75 USD, so just multiply the price per yard by .75 and you have the US price.  Easy peasy.



Fabric Please! is sponsoring the first giveaway of the month!  Up for grabs is 1/2 yard of each of the prints in stock from the New Bedford line!  These prints are sure to blend well with other fabrics in your stash, and they are just a little sampling of the collection.

     

EPP seems to be all the rage lately, and even though I don't enjoy hand sewing myself, I fully appreciate all of the hard work that goes into some of the amazing creations I see floating around the internet and Instagram.  Did you know that Fat Quarter Shop is hosting an EPP Sew Along?  Get all of the details, supply list, etc. HERE!


At Fort Worth Fabric Studio, they do a LOT of cutting.  Of course, if you put together custom mixed bundles each week for your customers, cutting is just all part of the game.  One of FWFS's favorite little helpers are True Grips Non-slip Rings for Rulers.  They stick to your ruler, and create a little bit of friction against your fabric so that while you cut, that ruler stays put!

Jodie at Fort Worth Fabric Studio is having a sale on these little gems- just $3.75 per pack!


                     Fort Worth Fabric Studio

And just because I think that Jodie's bundles are the bomb, I can't help but show you her latest.  Every single week, Jodie mixes several fabric lines to create a perfectly coordinated bundle of 8 prints.  She calls it her Friday Bundle Batch!
               


If your love is appliqué, then the newest quilt kit, Blooming Butterflies, from Shabby Fabrics might be right up your alley.  This is available as a full quilt kit, as well as a pattern.




If you've never tried appliqué, but want to take the plunge, Shabby Fabric boasts that all appliqué shapes are pre-cut and pre-fused!  All you have to do is peel off the paper, iron in place on your background fabric, and stitch down.  It doesn't get much easier than that!  And what a colorful, happy quilt!



                             Shabby Fabrics





If you've kept up with the happenings around my blog for the last few months, then you know that over the summer, I designed custom ribbon labels for my quilts from Finer Ribbon, and that I absolutely adore them.

Well, three months in, I can say without a doubt- my feelings have not changed one bit!  I am still completely in love with adding such a professional touch to my quilts, and I love that the ribbons are soft, fully washable, and printed in full color.



                   FinerRibbon


I even designed the back side to have laundering instructions!  If you've been putting off ordering your own spool of custom labels, now is the time!  Finer Ribbon is offering 15% off of your order!  It is also worth mentioning that a spool of labels has 1000 labels on it, and even at full price, that's less than 10 cents per label!  That's a bargain in my book.

Don't worry if you aren't sure what you want on your labels.  Peter, and the entire team at Finer Ribbon will walk you through the process, and send you a printable sample for your approval to be sure that you love them.


The code for this amazing deal is MQI15, so hop over and get started!

Dragonfly Fabrics is also offering a fantastic coupon this month!  You can get 20% off your entire order with the code MQI20 through this Sunday, 9/20.


One of their newest lines is Isabella, by Penny Rose Fabrics.  This line is pretty with more muted tones;  and don't forget, Amy always pairs custom matched solids with each line, so there's no guesswork about whether or not the colors are true on the screen.

                      Dragonfly Fabrics

Last, but certainly not least, is Lady Belle Fabric.  Lady Belle Fabric is sponsoring our second giveaway of the month with this adorable fat quarter bundle of Pam Kitty Seed Catalogue prints.


Lady Belle is also offering 15% off on everything in the shop- including presale items, sale items, yardage, and of course, bundles!  What a great deal!

At checkout, just use the code sept15 through Sunday 9/20!



            Lady Belle Fabric



Okay, so I know you all want to know how to enter these two fantastic giveaways!  Just leave a comment on this post to let me know what most strikes your fancy from all of the fun happenings going on right now.  Please be sure you leave an email address so that I can contact you if you are a no-reply blogger!  I'll announce the winner on Sunday evening!

This giveaway has ended and I'll be announcing the winners soon!  If you missed this one, be sure to follow through email or on your favorite blog reader so that you don't miss the next awesome giveaway!

Good luck to all, and happy shopping!







160 comments:

  1. I am very intrigued by Fat Quarter Shops EPP quilt along. I love to sit and enjoy hand stitching in the evening. Thanks!

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  2. I love these newsy posts. I'm also into the EPP sew-along by Fat Quarter Shop. I enjoy a bit of hand sewing. .

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  3. Oh so many wonderful things! One day, when life slows down a little, I really want to try EPP.
    FWFS bundles are always put together perfectly! I'm going to have to try those gripper rings, I've definitely messed up a few cuts due to slippage!
    And those Lady Belle / Pam Kitty fabrics - I want!
    Oh wait, did you say we had to pick what we liked best? I'm sorry, I can't do that, it's all so wonderful!!

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  4. I have been reading lots of stuff about EPP which makes it sound intriguing and very portable which is always a plus for anyone who travels and misses her sewing projects and her sewing room. Like me, right now, almost 3000 miles from my latest work in progress. Sigh.

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  5. I've had my eye on those seed packet prints for a long time!

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  6. Do those ruler grip things actually work?
    Renragjdatgmaildotcom

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  7. I must say that those ribbon labels are very intriguing. And the giveaways are great. Thanks!

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  8. I love the ribbon labels! Especially since I never feel like making labels so they never end up on my quilts. Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  9. Ohhh- I love it all. I really appreciate your posts reviewing the new fabric lines. I especially like the blender possibilities of New Bedford, the romance of Isabella, and the sheer fun of Pam Kitty Seed Catalogue. Thanks to you and your awesome sponsors! And I like your blog and seeing what you are up to also. Gorgeous quilts!

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  10. I love the labels!! I love Pam Kitty's new line!!

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  11. OMG!!! I have just been communicating with Peter about my design for labels and I've been at a standstill to invest in them, but with a bit of a discount... I should go ahead and just do it!! Thanks!!
    micheletimms@gmail.com

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  12. Wow...there's a lot going on. Thanks for the reminder about the Fat Quarter Shop EPP quilt along.

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  13. Ohhhhh, I love that Lady Belle fabric!

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  14. Quilt labels, still on my want list!

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  15. I'm a DS fan so ... I have to go with the New Bedford collection. :-))

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  16. I love all of the new fabric collections! Thanks for the opportunity to win some!

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  17. WOW, love it all! I have been considering joining FQS' EPP. I've just finished the BIG project I've been working on, so maybe I'll jump in!

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  18. Love the Seed Packet Collection! & the Grips (I need some! lol) Also the Ribbon tags..beautiful!! I keep saying I want to learn EEP...loooove Hexie's so much! Just haven't had time to sit still long enough! giggle.. But Winter is comin soon.

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  19. Just dabbling in epp! Thanks for the info.

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  20. Denyse Schmidt is my favorite - love the New Bedford collection. Thanks for the giveaway

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  21. Love it all! Love Lady Belle Fabrics! Thanks so much to You+Your Sponsors!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  22. That butterfly appliqué is awesome! Big fan of DS's prints.

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  23. I love that Seed Catalogue prints bundle from Lady Belle fabric!
    tstanulis@verizon.net

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  24. I recently took the EPP plunge and absolutely love it so far! I've never been one for hand sewing but it has sucked me in! Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  25. I love the Seed Catalogue prints! I love fabric with text on it--May come from being an English teacher. :)

    TheEclecticAbuela@gmail.com

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  26. I really like the tags. I was just looking in to adding tags to give my projects a more finished/professional look. Yours look great!

    determineddebby at gmail dot com

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  27. While I can appreciate the workmanship that goes into hand sewing, my thoughts are that I have all of these beautiful sewing machines just waiting on me to use them, so why not. LOL Love the labels so will take a look in purchasing some.

    tushaythreeatyahoodotcom

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  28. I really like the grips for my ruler. Seems like everytime I go to cut the ruler moves on me. These would be a blessing. thank you for the giveaway

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  29. The Seed Catalogue prints are lovely! The True-Grips seem to be very handy, want them.

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  30. So many great things. I love the iron ons at Shabby Fabrics and the Words are beautiful, so many uses. Penny Rose fabric is wonderful. Now do you have a site with free money?

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  31. y favorite is the labels. I think I will take advantage of that sale! Thanks for the heads up!

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  32. I really like the non slip things for the rules. I hate when my fabric slips, which is all the time! I also love the Pam Kitty, Seeds Bundle! Thanks for all of the wonderful information and you beautiful quilts! Camille@Lovesewhard@gmail.com

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  33. Hi Kelly and thank you for a super give away! I'm still so busy with the last summer works and after few days shouls fly to Finland but I have all the time in my mind sewing projects. On the top is the {Dog Gone Cute} Blog Hop that I participate in October. I really need new labels so thank you for the link and info. x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(cot)com

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  34. The kitty seed catalogue prints are so cute! Would not mind playing with these! N.snaer at gmail dot com

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  35. The pre cut and ready fused applique shapes sound like heaven to me, I am off to see if they ship to the UK.

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  36. I like the blooming butterflies quilt pattern. I love how they used rainbow fabric for the applique.

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  37. I love the Shabby Fabrics butterfly quilt. Gorgeous and a great opportunity to practice machine quilting too. I have two little girls in my family who would love to own a quilt like this one! Thanks for a chance to win "something" from your awesome giveaways!

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  38. I would like to try the true grips. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  39. There are so many different styles of fabric ....Love to give them all a try....But i really like the penny rose fabric.....And i love fat quarters and charm packs......With fabric whats not to love..lol...happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  40. I love the bundles that FWFS puts together! I look forward to Fridays.

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  41. Blooming Butterflies, from Shabby Fabrics is Beautiful, I really want the pattern! or the kit, I am not picky! Thanks
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  42. I love the Blooming Butterflies quilt too! The seed catalog prints are awesome too. So much fun! Thanks for the info on Fabric Please--I looked at their site a few days ago and had exactly that reaction--so now I'll go look again. Thank you!

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  43. Love all the ideas and fabric. really hard to land on just one! maybe the butterflies!

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  44. I love those Pam Kitty prints, and I'd be thrilled to add them to my collection! And I'm still considering ordering some of those lovely quilt labels...I think they're perfect!

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  45. SO MANY COOL THINGS.. I HAVE BEEN WANTING TO TRY THOSE appliquéS FROM SHABBY FABRICS THOUGH

    ERIN2470@HOTMAIL.COM

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  46. I've been reading a lot about appliqué. I'm wanting to try it. But it looks hard. I recently tried EEP and I love how simple it is. I've used it on several small projects. Thank you for the opportunity to win!
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  47. Following along with all the epp online. Thinking of starting a small project.

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  48. I am going to order labels like yours, plus some other ribbons. Could you give me a link to which kind of labels you used? They have too many choices! Thanks.

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  49. The seed catalog prints make me drool. I am presently enamored with text fabrics!!

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  50. I always enjoy seeing the Friday Bundle Batch-it's inspiring and oh so pretty to look at!

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  51. What strikes my fancy the most is the New Bedford line. I really like the yellows and grays together.

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  52. I love the idea of those little grips for my ruler. It always seems to slip just a tiny bit when I get to the end of a long cut.

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  53. I love the New Bedford fabric. So pretty!

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  54. I love the idea of the EPP quilt along, and your labels look great.

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  55. I just love the New Bedford collection, something about grey and yellow always catches my eye! Fell in love with this fabric the first time I saw it. And EPP - I haven't done this for years, and glad to see it's having a little Renaissance, again. Handwork can be very relaxing!

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  56. The fat quarter bundle of Pam Kitty Seed Catalogue prints are gorgeous!!!!

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  57. I love the idea of the pre-cut, pre-fused applique shapes!

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  58. the EPP sew along - I just love them - haven't tried it yet - my next project for sure

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  59. The FQS EPP Sewalong is very compelling. Love the labels , too!

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  60. I've always wanted to do the Fat Quarter Shops EPP quilt along. One of these days!~! :o)

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  61. New Bedford and Isabella both speak to me. Definitely have to look for them! Thanks for the inspirations and opportunities! (janeherbst at roadrunner dot com)

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  62. Really liked the ribbon labels....didn't know they had those. Lildeb575@yahoo.com

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  63. I like the Butterfly quilt - and the EPP sounds fun too!

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  64. Pam Kitty Seed Catalogue fabric is calling me!

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  65. The Seed Catalogue prints are just gorgeous, I do a lot of EPP and could use the for so many things. x

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  66. they are all wonderful, but most definitely the seed catalogue prints. how pretty would these be on outdoor pillows
    quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

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  67. Well those Pam kitty seed catalogue prints are adorable, put text on a fabric and I want it! Also, it just so happens I was shopping for grips yesterday. There is too much that strikes my fancy, lol. Thank you to you and your sponsors!

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  68. i love all text prints in any color and the new bedford fabrics are gorgeous.

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  69. Fall is the greatest time of the year, with all the beautiful foliage changing colors; that's what strikes my fancy. Thanks to the sponsors for the pretty fabrics.

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  70. I have caught the EPP bug like everyone else!

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  71. Omg, I love the seed catalog prints! Absolutely adorable

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  72. My goal this year is to get comfortable with EPP- the year is slipping past so quickly! I'm making steady but small steps. Of course the fabric is always the love. I was intrigued by the appliqué quilt pieces shown- but that has to wait for next year. Thanks, Bobbie rjc2cam(at)gmail(dot)com

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  73. I love the seed catalog prints. They could be used for so many things. Would love to win.

    hl3smith@yahoo.com

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  74. It is SO nice to have all of this in one place! Off to check out the quilty goodness at Dragonfly and Lady Belle...

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  75. I really love the ribbon labels that you got! What a great way to "sign your quilt" and give care instructions!

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  76. My head is spinning! Between the Denyse Schmidt and the Seed Print, I'm in quilty-dream land, but then the level-headedness of putting those very fine labels on every quilt makes me think I should buckle down and order some of my own. You've got me thinking a lot of different things, all of them good.

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  77. I am interested in the new Isabella line -- it's gorgeous! sarah@forrussia.org

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  78. I love the idea of pre-cut pre-fused shapes for applique. This would cut the prep time for a project to just about zero. What a great idea! Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  79. I love the Lady Belle Fabrics!!! Anything with writing printed on it I sooooo cute!!!

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  80. Ah! Those texty prints do it for me!! Thanks for the opportunity to win!
    kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  81. I am just getting started in EPP and not sure whether I love it or despise it. lol... Love the different fabric sets you show here and would have trouble making up my mind as to which to get first. I have always been intrigued with fabrics that have writing on them so might just have to have me some of those. And I still intend to get me some of those ribbon labels. Thanks for such great giveaways. Phyllis L ~ ptl1957@hotmail.com

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  82. I really need to get some of those ribbon labels, they are fabulous.

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  83. Absolutely love the butterfly quilt. I am fairly new to quilting so aspire to make something like this in the future. I am currently working on some dressmaking projects also.
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  84. Those Lady Belle fabrics look so inviting but then the whole post is gorgeous....love the ribbon labels too!!!

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  85. At this moment I am working on Metro Hoops pattern by Sew Kind of Wonderful. Come November I will be taking an EPP course at my local quilt shop.

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  86. I am not a designer fabric snob, but I love New Bedford! Those cool greys & vibrant colours are totally me! annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  87. The fabrics in the two giveaways look very stash worthy! I'll have to check out Dragonfly to see if I can take advantage of that coupon. And I've been thinking of getting labels so I'll give Finer Ribbon a visit too. Thanks for these posts.

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  88. I really like the labels and the butterfly quilt! Hope I wasn't supposed to just choose one - too hard.

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  89. I love these news posts.Have you tried the ruler grip?Are useful?The applique kit caught my eye, such a great idea!

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  90. I love the labels, but I am such a pokey puppy when it comes to quilting it would take me decades to use them all!

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  91. That's a tough one, but I think seeing the rest of the prints in the New Bedford line is tops with me.

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  92. The Pam Kitty Seed prints caught my eye! Thanks for all of the deals!

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  93. I would like to see the rest of the prints in the New Bedford line as the first introductions prints look perfect for my granddaughter's grown up quilt! (she's 12 and just redid her room!)

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  94. Love the butterfly applique quilt! So much to do, so little time to do it all, lol.

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  95. I like the ribbon labels. I would really like to try the EPP sew along. I hope I am up to the challenge!

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  96. Love the fabric colours! Looks like a fun sew along!

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  97. There isn't anything I don't like here. I do love the Lady Belle Fabric because of the print on them and the colors. This would be a fantastic thing to win. Shucks, just winning anything would be fun!

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  98. #1 - the labels - thankyou so much for test driving those for me, they are a sure thing.
    #2 - I have test-driven the grippers and you couldn't pry them out of mine hhands - love them.
    #3 - I just love these new shades of grey that are coming up - and anything with printing on it.
    Great give-away - thank you so much!

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  99. I am always impressed with the evenness of your stipples! How do you do it?

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  100. Ooo-la-la, love everything you are featuring in this blog. I can state from experience that Rita from Fabric Please, does a great job serving her customers, her prices are more than fair and her fabric top notch.

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  101. One thing that really got my attention is the Lady Belle Pam Kitty Seed Catalogue fabrics! I love text fabrics and this bundle is perfect for my project!

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  102. I have never done any hand sewing other than sewing on binding. If I was to try Gandhi quitting I think I would start on a small project

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  103. I love the labels. They are so cute and functional. You fit a lot of information on them and they are still nice and small.

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  104. I'm intrigued by EPP, but still a bit intimidated!

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  105. I really enjoyed reading your blog. You had such great information about True Grip and Fine Ribbon. Love your labels.
    tracinecharest at Gmail dot com

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  106. I really like your custom label. That intrigues me the most. The Lady Belle stack of fabric is so cute too. jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

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  107. I really like the Catalogue Prints. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  108. I'm doing a bit of EPP. Love the labels. Rita at Fabric please is so generous. The thing that is amusing me most at present are dresden plate blocks that I am appliqueing. Almost done a very cool bag. So the giveaway fabric would be very suitable for another dresden project. Found out about you through Rita and i'm glad I did.

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  109. I'm really into the custom labels you mentioned, I think I'm going to have to check them out. Thanks so much for posting all the great shopping options and blog hop!

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  110. My fancy is tickled by the yellow and gray print of the New Bedford line and the Finer Ribbon labels. I love EPP so the sew a long has my full attention. I am so impressed with Fabric Please. Thanks to Rita and to you for hosting a giveaway.

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  111. I sure like the Isabella line, and I like the grips for rulers. dawnm1993(at)gmail(dot)com

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  112. So many wonderful things on your blog today. How does one pick just one. But my favorite would be the Pam Kitty Seed Catalogue prints. They look like so much fun. Thanks for the chance to win these fabulous prints.

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  113. I really love your custom ribbon labels! And fabrics of course...

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  114. Red, pink and grey? What's not to love! cakilliany at hotmail dot com

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  115. I LOVE the tulip to butterfly quilt pattern from Shabby Fabrics, and the print fabrics from Lady Belle is beautiful! Not something I would look at normally, but now I find the prints something I may hAve to look for when shopping!

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  116. Love all, but really like the Fabric Please, New Bedford and the ribbon labels.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  117. Oh I've been wanting some seed catalog fabric! I've just recently joined the EPP crowd!
    renae1225@gmail.com

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  118. I've been thinking of ordering some labels, particularly for using on table runners, pillow covers and wall hangings, this may just be the inspiration I needed to go get them. Love the Pam Kitty Seed Catalogue prints as well. Thanks for the offers and giveaways!

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  119. The colors of autumn inspire me! I love the warm yellows and reds.

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  120. very pretty fabric mnaum@blouindunn.com

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  121. The ruler grips look very interesting, I've never seen them before. Thank you for all the tips and wonderful eye candy!

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  122. Love the label idea - so much easier than making them one at a time!

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  123. Ooh, so many cool things this week! I think what catches my eye are the True Grips, since this is the second time I'm hearing about them, so definitely going to give them a try, and then who wouldn't fall in love with "Isabella" fabric collection! Those are scrumptious!

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  124. Ready for fall colors...love Sweetwater...these seed catalog prints are perfect!

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  125. For those asking - the true grips really do work! I have them on all my rulers now, and I wouldn't be without them! I'm loving the look of the fabric, as I already have the true grips and I am a slave to your own label tutorial! :) msrubyrouge@gmail.com

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  126. Could really use some ribbon labels. Thanks for the giveaways!
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  127. I had just seen the true grips yesterday on a video and thought I need to order those!
    Going to look on her website! Thanks!
    survivor9876@gmail.com

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  128. WOW, soooo may beautiful comments left on here, it just goes to prove how dedicated we all are whether doing our own thing, helping each other to sew/quilt & the list goes on, we're just one big & happy family. THANK YOU for the give a way fabrics.

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  129. Love those fabrics form Fabric Please and the EPP Sew Along from the Fat Quarter Shop intrigues me.

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  130. I have the true grips on my ruler and I feel like they help in some ways and hinder in others. I can't just slide my ruler away from my fabric after a cut now...but my cuts are more accurate!

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  131. I really like the Isabella line, by Penny Rose Fabrics.

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  132. Fabric and Labels, seems like a winning combination! Thanks for the give away. crazeematz@gmail.com

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  133. I'd enjoy winning Rita's mini-bundle of 3 half-yard cuts of that yummy fabric from 'Fabric Please!'. And I LOVE those ribbon labels... looks like I need to design a little logo for myself, for all my future quilting projects and Etsy sales (wishful thinking at this point). Thanks for the discount code Kelly! And thanks for a great blog, so much useful information and wonderful pictures. Love it! ~Diana

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  134. Oh I would love to win the seed catalog prints for my Farmer's Wife 1930s quilt! Thank you for the giveaway. The EPP sew along looks very interesting too!

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  135. Please enter me for Fabric Please! giveaway. The butterfly quilt is very pretty. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  136. That butterfly applique quilt is so beautiful!!! Pre-cut and pre-fused sounds great!!

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  137. Love the idea of the quilt labels, thank you for the chance to win.
    akk_nana@yahoo.com

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  138. Ah man, wouldn't you know it, I just pulled the trigger and purchased labels the day before you posted this. Never fails. Love all the deals though!

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  139. I am loving the Annie Seed Catalog prints!

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  140. I am loving the labels. I know I will be contacting them

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  141. I'm interested in seeing what's created during the EPP sew along.

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  142. the True Grips and those labels look great!

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  143. Those quilt labels look wonderful! Joannb1978@gmail.com

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  144. Those labels are great and your laundering instructions are a great idea! I love that appliqué pattern. Such clever use of color!

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  145. I love the Pam Kitty Seed Catalog prints. Seeing the close up of the words in color makes me want all of them. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  146. I'm liking them all, but especially the seed catalogue prints. :)

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  147. I like the idea of getting some labels printed for my quilts, especially with the washing instructions printed on them. I have yet to label a single quilt! Thanks for the giveaways. Tarnia.hodges at gmail.com

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  148. I love EPP so the sew-along looks fantastic! x

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  149. That blooming butterflies quilt is SO pretty! Oh, and those lables you designed are great! Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol.com

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  150. Such pretty fabrics! I'm trying so hard to stay on my fabric diet this year, those are all so tempting.

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  151. Oh man! I wish New Bedford had been out a few months ago! I just finished a quilt that was all black/white/gray with just a touch of that exact same blue!

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  152. The EEP quilt along sounds like a blast. Thanks for the chance.

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  153. I am excited to try EPP but I'm not sure how it'll turn out. Only one way to find out!

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