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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

October News and Four Giveaways!

It is so difficult to believe that 2016 is close to being on its way out.  After all, the weeks from Halloween through New Years Day seem to fly by in a flash, and adding to the mayhem for many is the long list of holiday sewing that needs to happen between now and then.  Well, hopefully a few great fabric sales will help you knock those projects out with plenty of time to spare.

First up, check out what's happening at Lady Belle Fabric!  Right now, the kind folks at Lady Belle are offering 30% off of tons of clearance bundles, PLUS 20% off all other bundles through today only.  That's a huge opportunity if you have your eye on a special collection, so don't miss out!



I know it's already fall, but I still have my eye on this bright and happy Summerfest bundle by April Rosenthal.




          Lady Belle Fabric  




Fat Quarter shop is up next, and I don't know about you, but at the beginning of every month, I always love to check out their monthly picks.  They offer a basic, a notion, a book, and a pattern at 20% off for that entire month; and boy, this month's basic is a doozie- Grunge Basics!  I just love the subtle texture that the Grunge fabrics add to a quilt.


            Fat Quarter Shop






Fat Quarter Shop is also sponsoring the first giveaway of the day!  They are generously offering a full set of these adorable Lori Holt keepsake tins and cheery notecards to a lucky reader.

Each tin has a different design, and the possibilities for these are endless.  I know we can all use more storage in our sewing space- especially storage that is so stinking cute!

You can get more info and see individual photos of each tin HERE.







At LouLou's Fabric Shop, there are lots of new collections, but my favorite has to be the gorgeous Acreage collection by Shannon Gillman Orr.  The colors are just so lush and vibrant.



               LouLou’s Fabric Shop







Another thing I always keep my eye on at LouLou's is their preorder section.  You can save 10% all the time with the code preorder, and right now, they have Bonnie and Camille Basics available for preorder!

LouLou's Fabric Shop is sponsoring the second giveaway of the day,  a $25 gift card to a reader, to spend any way you choose!

May I suggest taking a look at their SALE section?  ALL sale fabrics are marked down to $6.50/yard right now.  That's tough to pass up for sure!  Go right HERE to see all of the fabrics on sale!
















Though my next shop is not a place to find beautiful fabrics, They have made it possible to add a professional touch to each and every quilt, pillow, and mini I make.  I am referring of course, to my beautiful ribbon labels from Finer Ribbon!

I purchased my labels over a year ago, and I have not regretted that decision for one second.  The labels are soft, fully washable, and the printing is vibrant and rich.  Best of all, Finer Ribbon's customer service is top notch.






My labels can be found HERE.  They are 2.25" wide, and printed from side to side (not running the length of the ribbon).  The spool contains 1000 labels, which means that they are about ten cents each!  I know that it will take me years to use all of them, and that's an amazing deal.  They can be designed with a logo if you have one, or with just a loving message.

I fold and sew the label right into the binding, and the laundering instructions are on the back side.  So, if you're looking to add a professional touch to your quilts, pillows, or garments, or looking for an amazing gift for a special quilty friend.  I highly recommend checking out Finer Ribbon!

                 FinerRibbon

If you're thinking a little more long term than this holiday season, Shabby Fabrics has you covered.  Their Bringing Home the Tree Block of the Month Club will run from February-August 2017, and you'll have a cozy holiday quilt all ready for next year!

Shabby Fabrics pre-fuses and laser cuts all of the appliqué pieces for you, so all you have to do is peel off the paper, iron in place, and stitch around the edge to finish.  Easy peasy!  You can find out more information on this BOM HERE, and sign ups are open now!

                     Shabby Fabrics


Five Monkey Fabrics is a small shop with big customer service.  In fact, one of the best things about working with a smaller shop is the ability to really individualize your order.  Five Monkey Fabrics is happy to put together a custom order for you if you just ask!

Check out this sampling of in-stock Christmas fabrics.  Though these are not offered as a bundle in the shop, a special order of this kind is no problem, and even welcomed!  And, you can always take advantage of free shipping for orders over $50 with the code freeship!


          Five Monkey Fabrics








Last, but certainly not least is Fort Worth Fabric Studio, who also happens to be sponsoring the final two giveaways!  Through Thursday, FWFS has the fun Storybook Christmas collection on sale for 30% off with the code STORYBOOK30!


        Fort Worth Fabric Studio




On of my favorite features of Fort Worth Fabric Studio is their specially curated bundles.  They've taken the guesswork out of fabric coordinating, with perfectly coordinating prints from several collections, creating a single bundle with plenty of wow factor.  A new 8-piece bundle is revealed each Friday in their Friday Bundle Batch, and these are equally perfect for a special project or just stash building.

FWFS is kindly sponsoring the final two giveaways of the day.  They are offering two different fat quarter bundle prizes this month- Autumn Pieces and Bloom Where You're Planted.  They're very different, but both so beautiful!


Whoa!  I know that's a ton of great information, but hopefully you can take advantage of some of these amazing sales to really keep your sewing fun and productive in the upcoming holiday season.  Okie dokie, friends!  Time to enter these three fantastic giveaways.  Just leave a single comment on this post to let me know what has really caught your eye this month.

Remember to leave an email address if you're a no-reply blogger, and only one entry per person please!  Unfortunately, replies to your own comment counts as an entry (the system numbers those, too), so remember to put your email address in your comment.  Additional replies/comments/entries are always deleted.  I'll announce the winners at NEXT week's NTT (October 26th).

This giveaway is now closed!  I'll announce the winners at this evening's Needle and Thread Thursday.  Remember, I host giveaways often, so be sure to subscribe by email or your favorite blog reader to make sure you don't miss out!


Best of luck to all, and happy shopping!

152 comments:

  1. Woe, lotsa of great new fabrics. I see some shopping in my future. Thanks Darlene

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  2. Lou Lou's fabric shop I love and the quilt labels.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  3. Wow so much to review in this post...bundles on sale and bargains galore! I really need to get more labels so I'm checking out that link first. stucker1261@gmail.com

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  4. Thank you for all the giveaways! I have my eye on those labels, as well as stashing pinks and reds.

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  5. What has really caught my eye this month is the beautiful fall colors in nature! The fabric bundles from FWFS and the Lori Holt tins are also nice.

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  6. I'm really digging the Bonnie and Camille basics lately. Can't wait for that to come out! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  7. Love the labels and Bloom Where You Are Planted bundle.

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  8. Wow, that is a lot of inspiration. Can't really pick a favorite of this bunch. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  9. I love the bundles from Fat Quarter Shop and those tins are cute too - thanks for the chance

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  10. I am a fan of the grunge bundles. It is such a great blender to have on hand.

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  11. Thanks for sharing all these great finds! And for the chance to win some of them!

    sewystuff at gmail

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  12. I've been admiring the acreage fabric! Thanks for this chance.

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  13. Those Storybook Christmas fabrics! Those are so sweet! Love them.

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  14. I love the acreage bundle.
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  15. Enter me for the FWFS's Autumn Pieces. Pretty fall bundle. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  16. I can never have enough Christmas fabric and love the Windham collection highlighted. Thanks as always for introducing us to such awesome shops!

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  17. I love the Bonnie and Camille basics! I'm looking forward to the them coming out.
    renae1225@gmail.com

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  18. Lots of great new fabrics! Those grunge pieces are certainly becoming one of my favorites.

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  19. Oh, Bonnie and Camille's Basics!!! Love, love, love!!!
    gunilla dot samuelsson at yahoo dot se

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  20. I really love the Grunge Basics! I want every colour!

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  21. I really love those labels - they are on my list for Christmas this year! I think they add a beautiful finishing touch to projects!! I also love the FWFS Bloom where you are planted fabric selection - so pretty!! Thanks for all the great info!!!! mumbird3(at)gmail(dot)com

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  22. I am liking both the FWFS collections! Autumn always gets my attention, and I have a purple and green spring quilt in my head for next spring. Pick me!!

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  23. I'm loving all that fabulous vintage-look Christmas fabric. I'm a child of the 60's and this really appeals to me.

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  24. Great prizes and I love those labels!

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  25. Thanks for the chance to win, I just love the labels and the christmas BOM. I also love your blog,love the way you write, I have been following you for a while and I feel as though I know you.
    Thank you.(I mean this whether I win or not)
    Sue from Perth WA.
    sue52g@gmail.com

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  26. I love all those new grunge colors. The brighter color ways are beautiful. Thanks for the awesome giveaways!

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  27. Fantastic deals and giveaways. I like the Acreage collection.

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  28. That Grunge fabric and tins are awesome!!!

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  29. 30% off bundles sounds fantastic.

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  30. Love everything you shared here...lol But definitely love the Bonnie and Camille Basics!! Thank you for chance to win any of your Give-a-way! :D
    bearpaws9(at)copper(dot)net

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  31. I have just become acquainted with the grunge fabrics so those caught my eye right off the bat! Love the variations in them! And of course the Storybook Christmas caught my eye, too...love all the 30s repro lines!
    Sandy A

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  32. I'm a sucker for any Bonnie and Camille fabric! jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

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  33. I love it all, esp.the Finer Ribbon labels, and the Five Monkey Fabrics fabric. All so festive and pretty. Near the top of my left sidebar is an image link Email Me to my contact form.

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  34. The grunge fabrics look like wonderful blenders! Thanks for sharing all this wonderful eye candy!

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  35. Oh boy!! Everything is awesome!! The Summeriest bundle by April Rosenthal would make sweet kitchen decor... like placemats, runner, tea Cozies etc!!

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  36. The Acreage collection at LouLou's is really pretty and I love the quilt labels. I should get some of those! Thanks for sharing these shops and giveaways! :)

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  37. Very nice summary. Thanks! I really love Grunge and rarely see it on sale.

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  38. I would really love to have the labels. I just wish it wasn't in Canada because internationational shipping is so high these days.

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  39. The problem is that everything catches my eye! I love it all! But since I need to choose, I'd say the Grunge collection is the biggest tug. Great colors!

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  40. I love Grunge, especially as a blender. I just can't seem to get enough of them. Thanks for offering these giveaways. Happy Stitching.

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  41. The Christmas fabrics are great! It's the time of year to really get moving on the holiday crafting. Thanks for the awesome giveaways.

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  42. I really love the purple Bloom Where You are Planted but Lori's Tins I could fill with wonderful Christmas goodies for everyone as gifts.

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  43. I would love the tins as I would give them to my Aunt who just built an antique looking sewing room!!

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  44. Loving the new Acreage collection, and I need some of those Finer Ribbin labels!

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  45. I loved the idea of already fused applique pieces, it take all of the hard work out of it and you just get down to the fun sewing. Thanks for great giveaways. x

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  46. Grunge Basics absolutely! I placed an order to FQS and just couldn't make up my mind! I go for more shpping and check all your links! Thank you Kelly and your sponsors for a fantastic give away! x Teje
    nerospost(gmail(dot)com

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  47. The Finer Ribbon labels. I really like those, so professional looking.

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  48. so much to look at today!! As always, thanks for great links.
    crldelater at yahoo dot com

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  49. Bonnie and Camille Basic.
    jzinni@stny.rr.com

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  50. The Grunge Fabrics-love all the colors-great stuff!

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  51. Love Acreage and Summeriest! Thanks!

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  52. I am really liking the darker side of the Grunge fabric range.

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  53. I have yet to make myself a Christmas quilt. Maybe Five Monkey's can help with that. I like the bright colors in the sample photo. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  54. Lots of pretty fabrics. But what I really would like is the labels. Maybe one day I will order some.

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  55. FWFS Autumn Pieces is really a beautiful collection.Thanks for the giveaway!
    akk_nana@yahoo.com

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  56. So many beautiful choices. The Grunge fabric is tempting as is the Lady Belle fabric and Lori Holt tins. Thanks for this generous giveaway!!
    lbcookie1@gmail.com

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  57. I love the purples in Bloom Where You're Planted.

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  58. I love the Fort Worth bundle - Autumn pieces. Those are my favourite colours - red orange and gold. Just so vibrant.

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  59. B&C basics are beautiful! And who wouldn't love labels? Cakilliany at hotmail dot com

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  60. I love the Bonnie & Camille Basics and the tins by Lori Holt. Thanks for the great giveaways.

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  61. That "Wheel of Grunge" looks awesome! The tins are pretty cute too!

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  62. The Lori Holt keepsake tins caught my eye. I don't know which are cuter, the tins or the notecards. Great fabric bundles, too!

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  63. Bringing Home the Tree BOM - reminds me of when I was little we would always have a real tree that we cut down ourselves.

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  64. Must say I'm really drawn to all these grunge prints especially because so many have clear (not greyed down) colors. And thanks for introducing 5 monkeys as I was not aware of this shop before.

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  65. I caved recently and ordered a FQ bundle of Vanessa Christensen's Simply Color, from a sale @ Craftsy. LOVE the colours in that line so much. annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  66. I always like seeing what Lady Belle has to offer. The label information is much appreciated!

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  67. love all the ideas, especially the labels!

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  68. The Bonnie and Camille basics are perfect!

    lindsayrodems at gmail dot com

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  69. I love Bonnie and Camille's Basics!

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  70. Those Grunge fabrics at the Fat Quarter Shop and the Bonnie and Camille Basics have caught my eye.

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  71. Those cute tins by Lori Holt are what caught my eye! Thanks

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  72. My birthday is next week and I would love to win fabric for a terrific BD present.

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  73. a pattern called Reflections has caught my eye recently. Perfect for a baby quilt, which I have one niece due end of November and one niece due end of December.
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  74. What really caught my eye is those beautiful Grunge Basics. Would love to have those in my stash and might have to buy some at 20% off! Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  75. The Storybook Christmas fabric has really caught my eye. I love Christmas fabric! Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  76. Autumn Pieces would be prefect for the leaf quilt I have a hankerin' to create during the most awesome Indian Summer on record here in Wisconsin. Thanks for a great, informational post. dian gdavidhoffman@yahoo.com

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  77. I love the Tee shirt ideas you came up with the other day. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  78. Hi there Kelly!
    I jumped on over to Lady Belle and checked out their sale bundles...woa! Lots to choose from, but I do Love, Love "Cloe's Closet". Then I saw your photo of the Grunge basics...just love those over-prints. It's too bad they chose such an unfortunate name for the collection as I think that turned a lot of people off. In person the Grunge fabrics are just luscious!
    Thanks!
    Quilty Huggs!
    Jacqueline VH
    snausages 22 @ yahoo . ca

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  79. I hadn't seen Acreage before but that is right up my alley!

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  80. HI, LOVE "ACREAGE"! THANKS FOR SHARING!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  81. This month I came across a new pattern company called Quilt Theory. It's a group of modern quilters each designing patterns that print up on a small card, or single page print out, for easy reference. Great idea; and the patterns are only $3 each! I'm definitely going to be investing in some of them. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  82. Lots of fabric goodies to look at! grecomara at gmail dot com

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  83. Those labels always catch my eye... sooner or later I will have to buy them :) thanks for the chance to win!!

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  84. I love the B&C Basics. Who couldn't use those? Thanks for the chance to win!

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  85. Thank you for the opportunity to win. I like the Grunge Top 360. ahammerquilts@gmail.com.

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  86. Forth Worth Fabric Studio curates such nice bundles. I could just sink into a bundle of Moda Grunge fabrics. Yes I would be most happy. Great giveaways from your sponsors.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  87. Acreage fabric collection. I haven't seen that one before! It's lovely.
    sstanton0155 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  88. I am always tempted by the personal labels...one of these days! Thanks for the giveaways! crazeematz@gmail.com

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  89. Your labels really appeal to me, but every time I start to try and order them I get confused as to all the specs and give up! One of these days, righthe, like Barbara said.
    Thanks for all the information caltexgal@aol.com

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  90. I like the Bloom Where You're Planted collection best.

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  91. Those fabrics are awesome, but I adore those labels.

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  92. I love the Lori Holt tins that perhaps may create a little order to my sewing chaos!

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  93. I always love Fort Worth Fabric Studio's curated bundles. Though I try I can not coordinate fabric myself. Thank you for the lovely giveaways! janie(dot)mccombs(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  94. Riley Blake's Vintage Daydream really has me drooling this month!

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  95. Love that Acreage collection! Everything is lovely, really interested in the labels too.

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  96. Labels are always my last thought. I don't know why but the ribbon would look great on my quilting projects along with any of these beautiful fabrics!

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  97. I am still just loving your labels. I keep telling myself I need to get some.

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  98. i adore the Autumn Pieces fabric

    erin2470@hotmail.com

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  99. I just bought my first Grunge basic fabric... that Grunge Basics bundle looks AWESOME!

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  100. Love everything but the Christmas fabrics are divine. sheilasmithson@virginmedia.com

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  101. I love the quilt labels! Anneli
    annelichromatobal(at)gmail(dot)com

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  102. I love summerfest bundles cant wait for acreage bundle to come out. Always love the bundles that fort worth fqbic creates. All fabric is beautiful ekrichmond2106@yahoo.com

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  103. Beautiful fabrics! I really love those Christmas collections.

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  104. I love all the fall colors and would love to make a falling leaves quilt with them! J_dobler@msn.com

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  105. Wow! That's a lot of beautiful fabric! The Bloom Where You're Planted bundle looks so vibrant :) I won labels from Finer Ribbon in your giveaway last year and you're right - their customer service is fantastic and their labels are beautiful. Thanks for all the chances to win!

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  106. Autumn Pieces by Fort Worth is my favourite.
    gml448@yahoo.com

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  107. Goodness! What a great giveaway! Everything caught my eye. The Finer Ribbon labels are definitely on my list.

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  108. So many beautiful fabrics and wonderful giveaways! I need to head over to Lou Lou's and check out those Bonnie & Camille basics.

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  109. Really liking the Acreage line in Moda. Thanks for all the great giveaways.

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  110. So many pretties! Like you, I find the Acreage line stunning. I've seen a lot of labels lately and I think it might be time to change up my labels, so having another option to look at there is appreciated. Such fun stuff!

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  111. I love that summer fest bundle. Such bright and happy colors in it. I appreciate the info on the labels as well. I'm thinking it may be time for me to start adding something like this to my quilts.

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  112. Thank you for all the giveaways! Love the Grunge!

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  113. I am a sucker for Moda Grunge! I loved the basic grey grunge papers when I was into paper crafts and it has carried over even more so to my love of the fabric! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  114. Bringing Home the tree looks so cute and the laser cut is tempting

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  115. That Grunge bundle is gorgeous!
    ashleykayeortiz@gmail.com

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  116. What a wonderful giveaway! Lots of pretties caught my eye, but I'm especially excited to see Bonnie and Camille Basics available. They could be used in so many ways!

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  117. Loving the Bonnie and Camille Basics!
    abbie.belt@gmail.com

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  118. ALL fabrics catch my eye but I really like the quilt labels...gonna have to get me some!

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  119. The Fort Worth bundles are gorgeous !!

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  120. I'm from the Seattle region, but I don't like grunge very much. But, the grunge fabric is great!
    goldnplum at gmail (dot) com

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  121. I would absolutely love to get my hands on some of those labels! I keep writing out care cards for my quilts at the moment!

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  122. I love those cute tins, but I'm also thinking about the BOM, Bringing Home the Tree. Love it.

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  123. The Grundge fabric caught my eye. I didn't think much of it until I saw it in a shop and realized all the fun texture and colors involved.

    Sue - sue.f.payne@gmail.com

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  124. Oh those labels would be on my most wanted list.

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  125. Wow - so many great fabric deals on some wonderfuls fabrics!! Labels too! Thank you! butler83ataoldotcom

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  126. I love Bringing Home the Tree!, or at least that was the first thing to catch my eye, then we kept going, "but look at that, or that, or that..."

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  127. I am loving the buffalo check gingham at Fat Quarter shop! Thanks for the info on the labels, I've been debating about getting some too.

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  128. quilt labels, i am really bad at not labeling my quilts

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  129. I love your quilt labels. I have my own system but if I ever get faster at quilting, I may want to invest in some fancier ones. In terms of giveaways, not to be choosy...but who doesn't love the FatQuarterShop? It's a secret addiction of mine to check their daily special. As for the grunge fabrics that you pointed out...I indulged and bought a few colors, but would certainly love to have them all in my stash!

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  130. I love summerfest ❤️ And your quilt labels are great! X

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  131. Grunge Basics are singing to me! Thank you Kelly and all these sponsors.
    ANd I love knowing you are a Bernina Ambassador:)

    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  132. The Christmas fabrics are catching my eye because we are on the count down now for that special day.
    sewfabrics at outlook.com

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  133. I always enjoy reading your blog and seeing your new projects. You have me thinking about labels!
    momwo6(at)gmail(dot)com Thanks!

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  134. I really like your labels and really need to get some for my business. Hopefully I can get some soon!

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  135. Sooo much beautifulness in one place it's almost overwhelming! Those little tins seem perfect to store my new obsession...EPP Hexi's! Oh but the fabric...Thank you for bringing all this to one awesome post!
    barbara.esposito@snet.net

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  136. The Bonnie & Camille Basics caught my eye.

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  137. That FQ bundle of Grunge from the FQS caught my eye. yum.
    ebbtide45 at yahoo dot com

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  138. I always love seeing a new collection of basics, whether they be solids, dots, texture, script, batiks - whatever.

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  139. Those tins are sweet! And I really like the birds (in the upper left hand corner) design on the Christmas Fabrics featured above from Five Monkey Fabrics . Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist (at) aol.com

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  140. The word "GIVEAWAY" caught my eye! Thanks! akronne17@gmail.com

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  141. I really like those cute tins!
    Ksmith8@emich.edu

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  142. I am so interested in the Basics by Bonnie and Camille that is on preorder at Lou Lou's. I also like the quilt labels, a lot!!!. My email is michelletetlock@live.com

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  143. The storybook christmas bundle has my eye...

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  144. Bloom Where Your Plants is so bright and fun!
    I don't care what time of the year it is, bright and colorful is just me! =D

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