{CLOSED} Giveaway Time: Hullabaloo Charm Squares

I thought it would be fun if we had a little giveaway on the blog this week.

So, who would like to win 3 Charm packs of Hullabaloo by Urban Chicks for Moda?

All you need to do is tell me what you would make with the Charm Squares if you won. Easy Peasy!

Oh, and it is open world wide so everyone can enter!

So get commenting below and I will draw the winner next Tuesday 27th March 2012 and notify the winner on the blog and via email.

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  1. OH MY!!! I have been eyeing off the Hullabaloo charm packs for a while now! I would love to make a quilt to keep in the car for the girls to snuggle into on long trips.
    Fingers crossed!!!
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  2. OOOHHHH! I’d love to make a quilt with a zig zag pattern with these beautiful charms! Thanks for a chance to win! :)

  3. I would love these to turn into gorgeous appliques and yo-yo’s and hair ribbons. The fabrics are gorgeous!
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  4. I would love the use these fun Hullabaloo Charm Squares to stitch a twirly girly skirt for my Daughter who’s turning 4! Sew Pretty :)

  5. Julie Bruhn says:

    Awww, just gorgeous! I’d love to create a beautiful snuggle rug for my princess!

  6. Ooh, one would make a pretty skirt for my little Darling, and then there’d be 2 left to try one of my many pinned charm quilts! Zigzag or HSTs or coin or…
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  7. I have a niece due in June, I think she deserves a quilt and matchin cushion in her room.
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  8. I’ve been working on making my christmas gifts for this year ahead of time. this would help go toward that.

  9. I would make a cot quilt!
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  10. Claire Lewis says:

    I think these would make a gorgeous raggy quilt for my little girl, and a matching one for her dolly bed of course…

  11. OH MY WORD!!! A couple of friends made me a quilt from Hullabaloo, and I love it sooo much that I decided I would redecorate my 5wk old daughters room with it. I have been waiting and waiting for the money to buy some, soooo, that is what I would do with it. They would become framed pieces of art, a cot dust ruffle, or perhaps even a mobile for above her bed.

  12. tashana purkis says:

    oh i would love too make a little taggie blanket or even a baby pillow for my dauhter too snuggle thank you for the chance too be able too do this

  13. i would love to make a quilt for my mum with them :)

  14. kerry santillo says:

    I would love the oppurtunity to make a cushion for my daughters bedroom, how nice to have a keepsake from mum xx

  15. I would love to win these pretty charm squares. I am using lots of them at the moment as I make lots of pretties for my first grandchild who is due to arrive in August. I have used someof this range before and they are really gorgeous fabrics.

    Thanks so much

  16. Chris Anthony says:

    I would love to make a quilt for one of my four granddaughters!

  17. Kathy Moore says:

    I am wanting to try a patchwork dress for a little girl and I think this would be perfect.. Of course there would be lots left over.. and the possibilities are endless…

  18. So lovely! I would love to make a tablerunner and some pillows with it.
    Thanks so much!

  19. I love this line, even the name makes you happy! I think I would make a table runner with hexies cat from the fabrics. It would be a perfect spring project! Have a beauty-full day!

  20. I would make some fun patchwork skirts for my three girls :)

  21. I want to make some grannysquares and think this would be perfect!

  22. Rhonda H. says:

    Would use in a quilt! Thanks for the chance!

  23. I would love to make my DIL a very large table runner for her farm house kitchen table and make matching placemats for the 10 to 12 people the table sits. Thanks for the chance to win.

  24. My great niece, Kinley Harper, was born this morning at 12:19 AM. I would make Kinley a new quilt to snuggle on. Thank you for the chance to win!

  25. I would make a little patchwork handbag for my younger sister who is in her mnid-40s in a house full of boys and seriously needs to be reminded that she is a a girl!
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  26. I would make a girly girl quilt for the wonderful teacher I aide for. It is her 1st year in her own class …making a keepsake with pics, this fabric would be perfect in it.

  27. I’d make a quilt with half square triangles!

  28. I would make a quilt for a hopefully soon to be spare room for guests

  29. I’d make some thing for my granddaughter.

  30. This would go perfect with the new flower templates I want to cut out and applique onto a quilt for one of my daughters – how exciting to find something the same shape flower and all, like they were made to go together!!
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  31. This is a lovely giveaway, I would make a collection of goodies including a bag, lap quilt and cushion, all for on the go. Thanks for a chance to win :)

  32. THANK you for the chance to win I think i would make a tote
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  33. Beck @ The Rambling Mummy says:

    I would use it to line my new nappy bag that I am making. It would be perfect with the beautiful sherbet lime green outside.
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  34. I love this fabric and recently I’ve started making “shabby chic” flower appliques for the dresses I’ve been making for my daughter and nieces. Hullabaloo would be perfect for some bright, fun, and summer-y outfits!

  35. KRISTY GORDON says:

    Hi, this fabric is fabulous. I have am a creator or unique fabric hair clips for little girls and this fabric would be perfect for my “Macy Moo” hair clip range.

  36. I have been contemplating making my first EVER quilt lately, and I think the Hullabaloo Charm pack would be perfect!

  37. Rebecca Mc says:

    Ooooo these are gorgeous! I would have to make a Charm skirt or dress for my daughter who’s turning 2 in May! And probably a matching one for her doll (that i’ve bought her for her birthday lol). What a lovely birthday present I could make with it! ;o)
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  38. jodie gunders says:

    Oh, I’d love to win these! I’d make a charm square quilt. Because that’s the only thing I know how to sew right now, and goodness knows I need the ‘straight sewing’ practice!

  39. Gorgeous charm squares! My baby girl is going into a big girls bed soon and so I would make her a pinwheel quilt for her new bed.
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  40. cassie fisher says:

    Oohh gorgeous! Could make a baby quilt for my new niece or nephew, due in May. Thanks for the giveaway :-)

  41. I like this line. I’d make a quilt. :) Thanks for the giveaway chance!

  42. I would make my youngest daughter a quilt – she has outgrown her baby blanket! Thanks for the chance to win. :)
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  43. Oh, I could imagine a ton of things to do with these! I would probably make the first of my teapot designs up in fabric and see where that took me!

  44. I think these charm packs would make an adorable quilt! Thanks for a great giveaway! Have a wonderful day! :)
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  45. Margaret says:

    I would make little drawstring baggies with them to store all my little odds and ends! :)

  46. Jacqueline Cuccias says:

    Oh these are gorgeous and I’d like to use them in a grandmother’s flower garden!

  47. i would have to have a go at making a few patchwork hobby horses from the hullabaloo charm squares would look pretty cute. @ Tigriss Toys on facebook.

  48. I would make some toy blocks or a quilt for my daughter.
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  49. stephanie says:

    Lately I’ve been using charm squares to make simple fourpatch blocks, so id probably use them for more of those! Thanks for the chance!

  50. What gorgeous fabric – cheery and bright. I’d make a table cover with those great charm squares. Thanks for such a lovely giveaway.
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  51. mary fanara coleman says:

    Oh I have some ideas for this…cute fabric.

  52. I am just a beginner sewer.. I would LOVE to win this. I think I would make a quilt or use the fabric to applique!

  53. I have been wanting to learn to sew for years. I have been lurking around sewing blogs for the last two years just admiring the amazing creations that the talented people share. I think this pretty fabric would be waaay to nice for me to practice on so………

    If I won these gorgeous Hullabaloo squares I would probably just look a them and ooh and aaah over them for a while, lol. Then I would give them to a very talented friend of mine as ask if she would make me a pretty crafting tote out of them. (I am a paper crafter but I think if only my bank balance would allow it I could just as easily become addicted to pretty fabrics).

    Thank you for the opportunity to win.

    Michelle :o)
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  54. QuilttemplatesM says:

    My wife Beverly would love to make a quilt with these Hullabaloo squares. Thanks for the chance to win them for her!

  55. i would make a baby quilt thanks for the giveaway

  56. Well, I think I would like to make a spring quilt, with twirly whirly blocks. Thank you for the giveaway!
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  57. DIY Crafter says:

    I love the material, it makes me think of SPRING! If I’m the lucky winner I want to make a chunky tote bag with braided handles. Thank You!

  58. Laura in ca says:

    Perect print for my spring quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

  59. Laura in ca says:

    Pefect print for my spring quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

  60. Oh, I know exactly what I would do with these charms! I just received a pattern for a wall quilt: Bibelot. Hullabaloo would be perfect.

  61. Oh wow… i think i’d make my first quilt ever!!! probably just a small one for my princess to use on the lounge and then perhaps a smaller doll size quilt or two for her babies and if we have any left still maybe a quilted bag for her to keep her Pjs in

  62. Christelle Bester says:

    Oooooo!!!! beautiful!!!!I’m a new Quilter or trying to be! Hahaha I would make a quilt for our room! Something fun and funky with a little bid of oldy charm ! In south africa we do get stunning material but it is way above my purse! Last year I did a class on a bargello and it cost me round about R500.00 only for a runner! So believe me I could use a giveaway as stunning as the hullabaloo!!

  63. Those charms would make the cutest quilt for my niece! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  64. christy@sewloveit says:

    oooh… these look lovely! i would try and finally make a quilt!! :-)

  65. Kathy MacKie says:

    I think it would make a great Twister quilt, thanks.

  66. Gorgeous charm squares! I would make a lovely, warm quilt for this coming winter for my boys to cuddle under when it is cold and raining outside. Thanks for giving us international visitors a chance too!

  67. Mary Preston says:

    I was given a book of patchwork patterns. Truly gorgeous. I would love to use the beautiful Charm Squares to make a snuggly quilt for my daughter.

  68. Anne Marie says:

    I would love to make a quilt – this is a dream of mine!

  69. I think I would like to use them to make some bags, mini mats and other small products to share with friends and family as birthday, Christmas and thank you gifts.
    Great giveaway and a great blog too.

  70. Oh i would make a cute table topper out of these lovely squares,thankyou for hosting a givaway.xx
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  71. I would make a quilt out of this, that is for sure. It is such a great collection! Thanks for the giveaway! Ana
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  72. karen delmarco says:

    Would LOVE to do some friendship star blocks to share with my quilt group, we’re thinking of doing a girly themed quilt, these would be PERFECT! Thank you for the generous offer!

  73. Oh, they’re beautiful and I would make grannysquares of them.
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  74. Oh, I would love it! I could make lots of gorgeous little applique shapes xx

  75. Yvette Pointon says:

    I would sew my first patchwork blankie for my son.

    I have never sown before.
    My children’s Great Grandmother wants to teach me to sew, to pass on her skills to me.
    I am buying my first sewing machine this week.
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  76. Lisa Marie says:

    I’ve been making scrappy quilts and would love these charms to make one for my sister. Such cute prints! Thanks for the chance to win.

  77. Oh, I´d like to make a cute quilt for my girl with this great fabric. Thanks for the chance to win.

  78. So craving some new cushion covers and these would be perfection!! Thanks for an awesome giveaway :)

  79. I would make a quilt. This is such “happy” fabric!!

  80. Jamie Lee says:

    So pretty! I’d probably make a quilt for my mom.

  81. Beautiful fabric! It would be in a quilt if I win.

  82. I think Hullabaloo is bright & happy enough to be used in a baby quilt with lots of white. Maybe half square triangles, maybe little pinwheels…… Thanks, Tracee xx

  83. I have never used charm squares before. I think I would have to try my hand at a charm square quilt. Probably a ragged one, as I’ve never done that before either. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  84. Jacklynn Grimm says:

    I love charm packs! I’ve really been making a lot of table runners, there are lots of awesome patterns out there. Table runners make up quick and and you can show them off……thanks for the give away!

  85. Oh, lovely fabric, I think I would have to my hand at makinga reversible bag and pouch to match!
    Thanks for the chance and best wishes from sunny England.

  86. I have just bought a new bag pattern called poppies for you and the charm pack would be perfect to make it in, lovely vibrant colours, thank you for a chance to win such a lovely prize :)
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  87. I’d definitely make a quilt for a little girl ! I love Urban Chicks fabric :)

    Thanks for the chance !

  88. Michele T says:

    Wow! Three charm packs could easily make a lap quilt… or I could share with a friend and we both can make place mats and matching table runner!! Thanks for the chance!

  89. Newbie Quilter says:

    Love this fabric line – fresh and pretty. I think that I would make a little quilt. Thank you!!

  90. Love this fabric! I would use it to make a quilt to donate to the church where our quilt group meets.

  91. Melanie McKenzie says:

    I would love to use the charm packs of Hullabaloo to make my first full size quilt!

  92. Ooh, maybe a bag for my daughter! That would be so pretty!
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  93. Becky Greene says:

    I would make a lap quilt with these great fabrics if I won the giveaway! Thanks for the chance!!

  94. I would make a pretty baby girl quilt with HSTs

  95. Gwen Windham says:

    Love the fabrics~~!! That is such a pretty line! If I won, I would definitely use the charms to make a quilt– beautiful! :-) Thank you for the chance to win!

  96. I think I might make one of those charm square star quilts.

  97. I just found out the other day that another neighbor friend is expecting a baby girl so of course I would make her a pretty baby quilt.

  98. I would love to make a throw for one of my three nieces! The colors are so happy!! Love the fabric!

  99. I fabulous spring table runner is what I’d make out of these fun fabrics. Thanks very much.
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  100. It’s spring and I would love to make a new, fresh spring quilt with these charm squares.
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  101. I would use it making string blocks. thanks
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  102. So pretty! I would use it to make a table topper for my new outdoor screen porch room. Although as pretty as the fabric is, my DH would probably not let it go on the table to be ‘messed up’.

  103. I would make a wall quilt. My sewing room walls need a little spicing up :)

  104. I would make a sweet little happy quilt for my niece. Thank you for the chance.

  105. Beautiful!! I have been putting off making a quilt for my youngest! oops! I have yet to find the ‘perfect’ pattern or material! I know she loves the colours in this!! Oh, the posibilities! I think she is a ‘wonky star’ kind of gal!! LOVE IT!!
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  106. I would make a tote bag or two or three from the charm squares. My sister and I are getting together to make bags from a pattern we found. Thanks for the chance to win.

  107. I would make a picnic quilt ready for the summer. Thanks for the chance.

  108. Sandra Timmons says:

    I have just won a copy of a quilt pattern called Ribbonery and I would like to use those 2 charm squares of Hullabaloo to make this. What a beautiful quilt I would have for myself. What a great present for me. Yhea!

    Sandi T.
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

  109. What a great giveaway! I would make either a stroller quilt for my niece who is due in July, or I woudl make a fun set of placemats. Thanks for the chance to win.

  110. I think I’d make some new floor cushion covers (like Anorina did in a recent blog post) with those – my current cushion covers are looking a little worse for wear, and something bright and happy would be lovely!
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  111. My 3 year old granddaughter has requested a big girl quilt with pink and yellow. Hullabaloo would be darling. Thanks.

  112. So pretty! I like the idea of a picnic quilt, or some sweet little doll quilts!

  113. I would make a lap quilt and possibly a pillow for our couch out on our screened in porch to use on some cool days/nights while out there reading or watching TV.

  114. I’ve been wanting to make a pinwheel quilt. Charm packs would be great for that!!

  115. Oooh, love it! I would make a quilt with them, of course! I have a Fig Tree pattern that calls for three charm packs and this would be perfect. Thanks for the opportunity!

  116. A quilt of course. It would be absolutely gorgeous.
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  117. These colors would be perfect for a springtime quilt.

  118. Lovely! I’d make some quilty-scrappy cushions for our kitchen bench!

  119. I might make a table runner for spring time. thanks for a chance to win some pretty fabric.
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  120. I need to make a doll quilt for my granddaughter. Thanks for the giveaway.

  121. Would love to win this. Have some good ideas for this.
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  122. I’d make little purses!

  123. Waverlee says:

    I would definately make a quilt of some sort with these! Thanks for the giveaway :)

  124. I love the colours! I would love to make a quilt out of them for my bedroom.

  125. Christine M says:

    I would make a hexi quilt for my neice! I have been working through the children in my family making them each quilts, and this is perfect for her!

  126. Well! I’d make a bright, happy springtime table runner and placemats. I’m sure there’d be leftovers so maybe a bun warmer and trim an apron. Wouldn’t that make anyone smile?

  127. I’m thinking of a patchwork bag. Thank you so much!! :)

  128. I would make tote bags for my daughter and two daughters-in-law. Thanks for the chance :)

  129. Linda R. says:

    I would love to make some adorable tote bags with these lovely charm packs!

  130. A quilt and a pillow with the leftover bits!

  131. Four dogs and one quilter says:

    Would love to make a baby quilt and some bibs, everyone I know seems to be expecting. Thanks for the chance to win.

  132. Lovely give away! I’d make a charm quilt. Or a tablerunner. Or a wallhanging. Can’t decide…lots of possibilities! Thanks for the chance to win!

  133. definitely a baby quilt! thanks for the chance!!

  134. Maybe a Table Runner.

  135. Sweet fabric. I need a new bag and this would look great for a spring one. And/or a baby quilt that I need to make for a new baby girl. Thanks for a chance to win.
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  136. picnic quilt – too darned cute !

  137. Sandryte says:

    Looks very girly! Crafts season is coming to me as I am waiting my second child. My hands are all itchy for new fabrics, threads, decorations. Thank you for such a generous giveaway!

  138. I would make some tote bags! THANKS for the chance!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com
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  139. I would make a wonderful tote bag. The fabric is awesome. Thanks for the chance.
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  140. I’d use it for a quilt. Thanks for the chance!

  141. Maria Kievit says:

    Probably would make a lot of small things with it: Pillows, pincushions, wallhangings, doll blankets, and more. Thanks for the giveaway.

  142. I’d make a bag with this yummy fabric for sure!!!!, thank you for the giveaway, I’d have my fingers and toes crossed for sure :)

  143. thank you for the chance to win I think i would make a quilt
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  144. I would use these charms in a quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

  145. this is awesome! I would make this into a quilt for my daughter. I’ve been working on a memory quilt for my sons baby clothes. but when I first started sewing I wanted to make one for my daughter (before my son was a thought) and I didn’t know how, got frustrated, and threw away all her outgrown clothes. Now I only have a small pile of shirts for her. I thought in the meantime I’d make her a regular quilt for now.

  146. Joyce Carter says:

    These are really beautiful charm packs and I think they would be beautiful in a granny square quilt. Thank you so much for a chance to win them.

  147. I’d make a quilt with a lot of pinwheels. Thanks for the giveaway chance!

  148. Lisa Cox says:

    Oh my. I just won a quilt pattern called Triangle Confusion and I think it would look great made out of these. Thanks for the chance to win them!

  149. I would like to make a cute tote bag

  150. I’d make a quilt! My relatives (cousins, siblings, etc.) are starting to have babies, and there’s bound to be a girl soon :) Thank you for the chance to win!
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  151. Hullabaloo— woo,woo woo! I would love to win this great collection! I would make some accessories for my craft room–a sewing machine cover, a wall hanging–and who knows what else with the leftovers! :)

  152. Elizabeth McDonald says:

    I love that fabric, and have a bunch of quilt blocks sewn with it — but not enough for a quilt. I would love to finish the project!

  153. Hi there!

    I think I’d make a little lap quilt for the sofa, just perfect for the chilly Spring evenings :)

    thanks
    Rachael

  154. My daughter has a body pillow that is in dire need of a makeover – this just might do the trick. Thanks for the chance.

  155. Debby Stephan says:

    I would love to use these to make a lovely patchwork swirlly skirt for my daughter. These are so yummy!

  156. SUCH A CUTE COLLECTION!
    WOULD LOVE TO WIN THESE+MAKE UP A NEW CHILD’S QUILT!
    THANK YOU FOR SHARING A SWEET GIVAWAY!
    HAPPY STITCHING!

  157. I would make a lap quilt out of this pack of charms square if I won.

  158. I would make up a table set using these. A table cloth, coasters and some place mats all ready for summer =D

  159. I would love to win this charm pack. It’s beautiful.

  160. Tanya @ Wee Little Birds says:

    I would make a quilt for my DIL. I have wonderful zig zag pattern using charms. Thjese would be perfect. Thanks for the great give away

  161. Toni Anne says:

    For a change I would make a quilt for me. I usually make quilts as gifts or for family. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway! ;-> Toni Anne

  162. fun charms, I’d love to win them

  163. My mom is 92 and loves fun fabrics – I think it’s time to make her a new lappie to brighten her day – that’s what I would make with these!

  164. I’d make a cute baby quilt with these!

  165. Hullabaloo Charm Squares would make a wonderful disappearing nine patch baby quilt for my baby grandniece – I owe her a quilt. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

  166. I’m here from Samelia’s Mum’s blog. I have 10 lapquilts to make this year for great-grandnieces and nephews so I could really use these cutie-pies of charm packs to make some! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  167. GREAT giveaway. I would make a Dutch Tulip quilt! You make it with one 5″ charm and a 5″ square of background. You sew around the edges and then slice on the diagonal for 4 HSTS. Then you have one fourth of your block! It’s fabulous! Thanks for the chance!

  168. I think that I would have to make a quilt for my niece. I owe her one and I adore this line of fabric. Perfect combo!!!!

  169. I would love to make a nice vibrant quilt for my mom’s birthday in June! awolk@rogers.com

  170. Wheeee! I love charm packs and I am totally hooked on postage stamp quilts, so that’s what I’d make. Thanks for the giveaway!

  171. michelle o says:

    I will make a summer table runner if my name is choosen. Thank-you :)

  172. michelle o says:

    I will make a summer table runner if my name is chosen. Thank-you :)

  173. Jennie P. says:

    I would make some pillows or some zippered totes. Thanks for the chance!

  174. I believe this would be perfect for a personal quilt for ME :-) I’d quite like my own
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  175. I’d like to turn these fabulous charm packs into hexies for my Granny’s Garden quilt.
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  176. I would make a tote for me and a quilt for my granddaughters to use when they visit me. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  177. what a nice, generous offer, giving three charm packs! You can really make something with that!! Thanks so much :)

  178. Well, I am learning to quilt right now, and I always make things for others, so I think I would selfishly make a quilt for myself! :)
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  179. Awesome giveaway!

    I would use the charms for a lap quilt or a child’s quilt. :)

    Have a great week!

    God bless and keep you,
    Sonia

  180. I would be selfish and use these squares for quilt for myself, perhaps using the 10-minute block.

  181. I’d make a quilt, mugs rugs, or something crafty! I can’t decide until I have them in my hands! LOL. Thanks for a chance to win. :-)

  182. I would use them for a nap quilt for my 3 year old grandaughter.

  183. Sue Preece says:

    Wow, what a lovely opportunity! Thank you so much for the chance to win these! I’ve been thinking about a pinwheel quilt for a while now and I think these would be just perfect for that.

  184. Kathryn Dillon says:

    Oooh I would make my 5 month old daughter a little patchwork maxi dress! Perfect summer colours for a dress!

  185. a quilt of course. Probably one to give away since its girly and i have boys!
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  186. Definitely a girly big girl quilt for my daughter :)

  187. Wow! With three charm packs I would definitely make a quilt! Thanks for the very generous giveaway.

  188. Wow they are lovely colours. I’d definitely use them to make some patch work cushion covers to brighten up my house.

  189. Jacqueline says:

    Gorgeous!!!! would look great to mak a Grandmother’s flower garden!!

  190. Hmmmm… I would make a disappearing 9 patch throw for snuggling under when watching TV. Really want to make one :-)

  191. i’d make a patchwork picnic blanket! thank you

  192. Cheryl Korman says:

    I’d make somd placemats and kitchen potholders. Thank you for the giveaway!

  193. Rhonda D. says:

    I would make a twister quilt; to be used for picnics with my hubby. Thanks for the chance
    to win!!

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  194. I would make a lap quilt not sure what pattern yet maybe framed 4 patches.

  195. I’d cut them into .5″ squares and make some granny squares for a quilt. I have two squares made from Ruby scraps and I’ve picked out some Lovely scraps to make a few more. Hullabaloo would look lovely with the blocks I’ve already started.
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  196. Of course I mean 2.5″ not .5″.
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  197. I would love to win! I was checking out some of your tutorials & place mats, mug rugs, table runner or maybe make some hexie flowers!

  198. Galatina says:

    Thnaks for a lovely giveaway. I’d love to make a patchwork table quilt with these gorgous quarters.

  199. Would love to win this charming charm pack to make some Dresden plates, My favourite quilts at the moment

  200. Irina De Juan says:

    I’d make some nice spring cushions… thanks for the chance!

  201. I would make some mug mats for my boys’ teachers for the end of the school year, which is fastly approaching. =)

  202. Definitely a charm friendly quilt for myself. I haven’t made a quilt using charm packs before and would love to try it. I love this line.

  203. I am in need of a new purse so I would make a purse. It looks like these colors will match my spring and summer jackets perfectly!
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  204. They would look great as a tablecloth to brighten up my room.

  205. Joyce Mitchell says:

    If I’m lucky enough to win, I would try the fake hexagon quilt pattern I saw in a tutorial at A Bright Corner blog. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  206. Oh my, what an amazing giveaway! I would definitely make a quilt to hunker down with on the weekends!
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  207. Patricia says:

    so pretty would like to make a quilt thanks for the chance to win

  208. I love the vintage feel of these gorgeous fabrics. I think I would make a lap quilt, probably out of hexies to resemble a flower garden. That would be so charming! Have a blessed day, Kathy.

  209. Hullabaloo would be perfect for a picnic quilt!

  210. Bonnie Williamson says:

    I have just started quilting and am working on the Craftsy site BOM. This fabric bundle would be a great addition to my stash. I am having a great time sewing with my friend every Monday and having her experience help me. Oh,I hope I win!

  211. I would like to make a table topper with these lovely squares. Thanks for the chance to win.

    Janet

  212. Oh I would make some cheerful placemats

  213. Outback Craftaholic says:

    What a generous giveaway. As I have only just started learning how to quilt I don’t know what I would make with this pack…but I would definitely make something! I have piles and piles of magazines I could scour to find just the right project. Thanks for the opportunity to participate.

  214. Add some solids & Hullabaloo would make a great quilt for a teenage girl. I have just the right one in mind! Great giveaway – thanks for the chance.

  215. I would love to use it to make the top of a new table runner…the Ten Minute pattern…
    thanks for offering!!

  216. Kathy Raabe says:

    I would use the charm packs to make a quilt for charity. I want to start making one a month as soon as I recover from my broken ankle. Thank you!

  217. Hi, I am not sure the draw is still open. It is March 26 in the morning where I live. I would have to make a quilt with the charm packs:)
    Katie recently posted..WIP :: 03.21.12My Profile

  218. I would make a lap quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

  219. Love this fabric! I’d make a lil’ twister quilt. Probably…

  220. Faye Nettles says:

    I HAVE A NEW PATTERN FOR A CUTE BEACH BAG THAT WOULD BE DARLING WITH HULLABALOO & BIG WOODEN BEADS.

  221. Lori Smanski says:

    these are pretty fabrics.
    i would so make a table runner for the kitchen.

  222. I so love this line. I think they would make the most adorable baby girl blanket :)
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  223. Heartsdesire says:

    This is a great fabric collection. I need a new quilt for my living room so I would use this fabric to make 9-patch quilt.

  224. these would make a several cute mini wall quilts to help jazz up my sewing room! thanks!

  225. How pretty!! I would love to make a lap quilt with them. Thanks for the chance to win!

  226. I think I’d make pretty placemats and a table runner.
    Anne C. recently posted..Western-themed Baby QuiltMy Profile

  227. I think I would definitely make a quilt with them. Such a fresh, pretty line! Thank you for the opportunity!

  228. I’m jumping on the Zig Zag quilt bandwagon!

  229. Beautiful Fabrics! Thank you so much for offering them up for a giveaway! I would probably have a hard time letting them go :)

  230. I think they would make a great purse!

  231. Such Springy colors! If you look on my blog you would see what I would make out of them…something fun for my daughter that just had her first baby! Here’s to hoping I win!!!!!!

  232. i would love to make a quilt with those

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