Thursday, March 15, 2012

It's a time for a give away!!

Yep they're doing it again, a blog hop party with give-aways!! Be sure to stop by and see the list of participants which will be posted on March 17th.   Lots of goodies are up for grabs!!


Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways

But before you go, I've got a little something to give away.  I'm giving away 2 pezzy prints charm packs to one lucky winner.  All you have to do is leave a comment.  If you like, I would love to hear what you like to do with charm packs, cuz I've got a few more sitting on my table waiting for some great ideas.  The winner will be drawn at random on March 23rd when I wake up. Here's  a picture of all the great colors, and there are 2 charm packs for this give away.

Oh and one other thing, Sarah at Confessions of a Fabric Addict is hosting Hands2Help 2012 charity quilt challenge, there are two great causes that need quilts.  You can choose one, or both :)  Sign up starts on March 18, and there's prizes and guest bloggers.  So get yourself signed up and ready to sew for a good cause. 

230 comments:

  1. Lucky #1? I have been coveting this fabric. I would make a couple of Kindle covers and then use the rest in a quilt!

    Thanks for a chance to win!

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  2. Oooh, I'd love to pair it with some solids and make a cozy and bright lap quilt. Thanks for the giveaway! I'll be doing one too (starting tomorrow).

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  3. Oh, these pezzy prints are sweet! I always mix my charm packs with other stuff from my stash, and I think these would make a really sweet lap quilt. Fun colors to sit with on the sofa!

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  4. I would use the charm packs to make some accessories for my kitchen. Maybe a stand mixer cover and a toaster cover.

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  5. Love the pezzy prints and glad to see you joined in the giveaway my post goes live midnight my time 3 hours from now with a giveaway too.

    As for charm packs last one I used to make a apron (little girl making it not quite done) the one before that I used to make a quilt top for my sister.

    http://richardquilts.blogspot.com
    http:// my1pictureaday.blogspot.com/

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  6. My wallet is dying a slowing, incremental, piece-by-disappearing-piece death that makes me very sad, so.... I think I would use the Pezzy charm pack to make a new bright and happy wallet. I can just imagine the credit card slots in all the different colors!!!!

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  7. oh what a great giveaway! i make charity baby quilts, so most likely this will go towards another baby quilt :) just finished a top from a charm pack for a baby in need. thanks for the chance! :)

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  8. I love Pezzy Prints and givaways! I think I would use them with my stash to make a border for some pillowcases for ConKerr Cancer.

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  9. LOL I would probably hoard the Pezzy prints for a while! I'm not sure I could cut into them!

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  10. Yay, giveaways! I think I'd stare and fondle those Pezzy charms for some time. But with winter coming up (here in Australia), I think a bright Pezzy lap quilt would be in order. Cheers me dear!!

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  11. Grabbing some coffee and thought I would run my list of blogs. I know, I am suppose to be busy, but 3 down and half way into the 4th, Love those Pez Prints - a fun and quick pattern with charms is to pair them with a solid - and make disappearing 4-patch. Or a double 4-patch.

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  12. I love those prints. I have never used a charm pack but I'm just sure those would look terrific as a baby quilt for a great-nephew that will be arriving in June. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  13. I've had my eye on Pezzy Prints for awhile now...if I won, I would use them for an Ipad cover or a Schnibble's project. Thanks for the chance.

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  14. Count me in please!
    I think Pezzy Prints would make a great picnic quilt!

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  15. I love charm packs & these Pezzy prints are great. They'd make a bright & happy quilt for the Meals-on-Wheels program for whom my guild is making quilts. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  16. I love the colors in the pezzy prints. I think I'd make a baby quilt. Thanks so much for the chance!

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  17. Those Pezzy Prints are wonderful! I like to use charm squares in baby quilts, although I have stretched a single charm pack out into a good size couch quilt!

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  18. I love the Prezzy prints and would add them to a scrap quilt. JoAnne jbquilt43atyahoodotcom

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  19. they would make a great baby quilt

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  20. Pezzy prints are my new favorite. Lucy at www.charmaboutyou.blogspot.com made a beautiful quilt I would love to make. You might like it to. Thanks for the giveaway. www.intheboondocks.blogspot.com

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  21. Love the pezzy prints. I think I would add some solids and try another lil' twister!

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  22. I've been eying the pezzy prints for awhile now! Thanks for the giveaway!

    Vicki @ Quilting Lodge

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  23. I lovw Pezzy! I would hug them and squeeze them and maybe cut someday!

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  24. I love these pezzy prints! Charm packs are great paired with a couple of half yards of solids to make a really scattered scrappy quilt top!

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  25. prezzy prints are so distinctive, one recognizes them immediately! love all the colors! i use charm pax for my applique when i can't find what i want in my meager scrap box. i put a pretty pack of twirl and a solids multicolor pack aside to make a 'lil twister baby blankie. i have a stacked coin pattern cut and ready, using charms cut in half. now i'm out of ideas!

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  26. I would use them to make a baby quilt.

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  27. I love these pezzy prints. I already have a charm pack but you can never have enough. I plan to make a quilt with them. Cheers, Karen

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  28. I would put these to good use in a quilt or maybe a bag.

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  29. Oh! I'd love to make a baby quilt with those charm packs! thanks for the chance!

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  30. Charm packs are my "jumping off" point for the baby quilts I love to make (and others seem to love to buy). There's something about the "coordinated" approach that really catches people's eye. thanks for the opportunity to enter.

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  31. I love to make a pattern called Charm Square Tote with the charm packs. The pattern is super simple and I have been told they look alot like Vera Bradley tote bags

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  32. Would love to make a Twister Quilt! Thanks for a chance.

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  33. Would make a quilt with the help of my daughter who is arty and could do a one off design maximising the fabric.

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  34. I'm actually having fun with the NY Beauty QAL and would love to use the charm packs as the main color with a solid. Thanks for the chance.

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  35. The fabric would make a lovely lap quilt. Have to say love the quilt in your header. Happy St Patrick's day to you.

    Happy days.
    Bev.xoxo

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  36. Thanks Sue for sharing. I love to use the charm sqaures for table runners and lap quilts. Depending on the line of fabric baby quilts, bags..... The possibilties are endless. Jane

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  37. I can see some pinwheels made out of the Pezzy fabric. I love that Moda did this!

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  38. Hi Sue! I would love to have this fabric, and thanks for the opportunity!

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  39. I forgot to say that I would use them in a quilt! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  40. I love to use Charm pack squares to make appliqué pieces in my hand embroidery.

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  41. These are perfect for a pin cushion tutorial I saw on MODA Bake Shop! Would use them for that for sure!

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  42. Beautiful fabrics!!!! I could use them in a tablerunner or being part of a quilt or.......
    Gun, Sweden

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  43. Would use them in a quilt! Thanks for the chance! (marshudson at comcast dot net)

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  44. These Pezzy prints are too cute - and I would use it for a colorful baby quilt.
    Saw about H2H a few days ago and will try to participate.

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  45. Eu já faço colchas para doações aqui no Brasil,obrigada.Eu faria um bebe desses tecidos lindos.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  46. Currently I am making journal covers using charms. They are easy and I love how they look. I really would like to win so I could make a twister quilt using the pezzy fabric.

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  47. I would love to use these fabrics in a child's quilt.

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  48. I would love to make a picnic blanket!

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  49. I would add this to a pile of other charms to make a small quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  50. LOVE these charm packs...I can see a mini quilt in the making here. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  51. I would love to make some accessories for my kitchen, thank you!

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  52. Fun fabric. I like making schnibbles with charms.

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  53. I'd love to make some mini quilts with these! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  54. I love using charms in quilts. There are a couple of patterns that I like that call for charms.

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  55. hmm a charm quilt because they are rather easy and fast and I never did one. Or if I feel like doing something fancy an "Utensilo" - a wall hanging with lot's of pockets to store away all those (un)useful things that you have nowhere else to put.

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  56. Charm packs make for perfect HST and QST blocks! Thanks for the information on the charity quilting events.

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  57. I recently purchased the book "Back to Charm School", and it's just full of ideas for charm squares. I want to make them all! Thanks for the great give away.

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  58. I might make a small dresden plate quilt or table runner!

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  59. I like using charm packs for table runners - makes it so visually interesting :D

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  60. Loveley give away you have, thanks for the opportunity! Always such fun the blog hop give away parties! I love to use those bright charms for my small basketsquilt

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  61. I love charm packs too. I like the Schnibbles books and find them great for ideas for using charm packs. I tend to make quilts rather than anything else and find the internet a great resource for getting ideas as well.

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  62. Your owl quilt in your header is so cute! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  63. I love charm packs and jelly rolls, they give so much variety.
    I would make a bag with some and maybe have a go at the cathedral windows pillow on the moda site?
    Best Wishes fom England

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  64. I love to make scrappy quilts for kids and babies so I would like to use these charms in some scrappy quilts. I love the colors!

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  65. I love charm packs & Pezzy is so cool - would make great charity quilts. Thanks for the chance to win & Happy St. Paddy's Day!

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  66. I've been wanting to make the Follow the Pezzy Brick Road quilt that is on modabakeshop.com ~ I love the Pezzy Prints! Thanks for a chance to win! :)

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  67. I would use it to make the "T is for Thelma" quilt....I just won a copy of the pattern--officially known as Carrie Nelson's Schnibbles pattern Bibelot. (Since the pattern is really the letter T, Thelma at Cupcakes 'n Daisies thought it should be renamed in honor of her!) Pez prints would look GREAT in this Schnibbles!

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  68. I love to use charm packs for table runners or any type of table topper!

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  69. I love making tote bags with charm packs. Thank you for this wonderful giveaway! Happy Quilting Day!

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  70. You could make some beautiful lap quilts. Or, you could make a MOD sampler quilt. Wouldn't that be just gorgeous. I am following your blog and enjoying myself a lot. It is snowing here in Sonora, Ca and the Blog Hop Party sure came in handy today.

    Sandi T.
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  71. I'm looking for patterns for charm packs as I have a Pure by Sweetwater charm pack just sitting there waiting for me to decide what to do with it.

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  72. How awesome! What a great prize. I would definitely make something very modern. Thanks

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  73. I love making table runners and toppers for gifts. Thanks for the chance.
    ~Terry~

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  74. Love red. Love Pez, and following your ramblings

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  75. Love the charm packs, would make something for my granddaughters.
    Thanks for the amazing giveaway.

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  76. Right now, I'm coveting charm packs to make more projects from the Back to Charm School book.

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  77. I would make a picnic quilt it would be so fun, love that print thanks for the chance to win.

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  78. I've been coveting pezzy for a while. I would make pillows!

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  79. Great giveaway. I put the fabrics from charm packs into a scrap quilt.
    wlinda_ca@yahoo.com

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  80. I love charm packs! I would use them for a Schnibbles quilt. Thank you for teh chance.

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  81. I have never purchased a charm pack but I sure would love to win the cute packs you are giving away.
    I would design something new and fun with them. Happy St. Patricks Day.

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  82. These pezzies are so zippy!
    I would use them in a quilt, mixed with some solids, possibly one pastel to let the colors really pop!

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  83. Charm packs are great for Schnibble patterns!

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  84. I think these charm packs would make a lively spring table runner for my dining room and a cute tabletopper for my side table.

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  85. I think these charm packs would make a lively spring table runner for my dining room and a cute tabletopper for my side table.

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  86. I just love the design of the fabric. I think I would make bags with them adding other fabric.

    Thank you for the giveaway.

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  87. what amazing fabric prizes! These are completely up my 'quilting ally'! Thanks for sponsoring a fabulous prize for the hop!

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  88. Great giveaway! I like charm packs because they're easy for my daughter to sew into quilts by herself - just strips of squares.

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  89. I like to make table runners with charm packs. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  90. I would probably make a fun table runner with these. Have a Happy Day! :)

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  91. I love these prints. A lovely lovely 4 or 9 patch. Perhaps a disappearing one.

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  92. I think that print would make really nice beach bags! thanks for being part of the blog hop!

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  93. What a great giveaway. Those would be perfeect for a baby quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  94. I love the pezzy prints - would by some solid fabrics to match and make a sofa throw for the hubby. Love working wth charm packs - all the cutting is done for you! Thanks for the give away!

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  95. The pezzy prints are so cute! I think maybe some bright pillow colors for the summer for the family room!

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  96. I would add some coordinating solids and make a quilt--a big one -- for me

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  97. I loved your owl quilt!!(blog header)
    I will make a beautiful pinwheel quilt! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  98. I love these fabrics!!! They would make a beautiful spring/summer quilt for taking to the beach and such. Thanks so much for the chance to win! =)

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  99. Beautiful fabrics!!!! I could use them in a tablerunner or being part of a quilt or.......
    Gun, Sweden
    gun@lapp.se

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  100. This would be beautiful in a set of placemats to go with my new dinnerware. Thank you for the chance!

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  101. I think they would make some great mini tissue holder thingies :)
    Thank you for the chance to win :)

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  102. Those prints are wonderful, perfect for a baby quilt.

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  103. i like to incorporate charm packs into the rest of my stash, making something scrappy, like placemats, pillows etc
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  104. I love pairing them with a solid and making HSTs out of them by sewing 1/4" to either side of the center diagonal. They come out to an odd size but if you make a whole project with just them (like pinwheel quilts) it doesn't matter. Tank you for a lovely giveaway! kcarlson1152[at]hotmail.com

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  105. I've new to charm packs. I'd probably use it in a baby quilt or table runner or candle mat.
    love the fabrics..

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  106. Great prizes...thanks for offering. A summertime tote would be great.

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  107. I am a new follower. Great
    giveaway. I would use these to make a great tote bag. thanks
    for the chance to win.

    wigglypup2@yahoo.com

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  108. I would mix it up with fabric I have and make a baby quilt for my charity St. John's Hospital Baby Unit. The hospital was destroyed by a deadly tornado one year ago this May. I want those babies to take home a memory blanket.

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  109. Charm packs make great Disappearing Nine patch quilts!

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  110. Charm packs make great Disappearing Nine patch quilts!

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  111. Paired with solids to make disappearing nine patches for charity quilt.

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  112. Would love to make some zipper pouches. Really love these prints.

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  113. OH--I have been wishing for some Pezzy Prints! I would love to use them in a quilt--maybe with matchin solids??? I don't know, I would have to see once they are in my hands! LOL

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  114. I'm a brand new quilter so don't have a lot of ideas yet, but these would make great half-triangle squares (not sure if that is the correct term!) paired with white fabric. Thanks!

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  115. Hello ~ I have to tell you first how adorable the quilt is at the top of your blog. Such cute little owls.

    I've been admiring the Pezzie prints since I first saw them and really love them too. I have not come up with any brilliant ideas on what to use them for yet but I still want to get some of them because they're so cheerful. I'll worry about what to use them on later is my thinking. lol The one thought I did have was to make a quilt for one of my Grandchildren by adding solid fabrics which I have added some machine embroidery to.
    I also checked out your tutorials and saw quite a few that I'll be back again to check out. I just subscribed to your blog so I don't lose it. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.

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  116. I am in need of a cool lap quilt for my living room...think those would be awesome...

    nhsarab at yahoo dot com

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  118. Paired with some solid white, these Pezzies would be wonderful for a Granny Squares block - as many blocks as 2 charm packs will make -- OR -- my lifetime project of hexagons for a grandmother's flower garden. Thanks for the chance. alternate email mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  119. I want to make shower rug out of them, with towel on the back, caulking smeared on that to make it non skid. I read a tutorial about it a while back and have wanted to try it.

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  120. Love the prints. I'd use them with my polka dots to make a fun throw.
    Thanks!

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  121. I've gotten into 9 squares lately. I love how you can cut and twist them so many ways and they look so intricate. makes me feel like I'm a more accurate piecer than I am. Thanks.

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  122. These would be great for a H2H quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  123. I would use the Pezzys together with a charm pack of Ten Little Things I have to make a cute kiddie twister quilt.

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  124. I think I would try to make some sort of fun wall hanging for my girls' room. They would love the colors!!! Thanks!

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  125. I think Pezzys would look so cute in one of those Basic Grey canvases. Then I would put the rest together in a quilt!

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  126. awesome giveaway. I'd make a bright quilt for my little guy with these.

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  127. I think they would make a great scrappy border for a bright, happy quilt--all those fantastic colors....!

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  128. How about a patchwork pillow or bag. I love this combination of fabrics.

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  129. How about a patchwork pillow or bag. I love this combination of fabrics.

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  130. This would definitely become a cute tote bag...I am a new follower...thank you for your generous giveaway.

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  131. Throw my hat in the race too! I just heard how you can cut a 5" charm to make little basket blocks. Hum, this fabric might not make a great basket but I could try it! Thanks for the give away.

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  132. Those are great prints. I don't know how I'd use them yet but I'm sure they'd find a home.

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  133. This is such a fun charm pack, I see it a lot on this blog hop. I might make a disappearing nine patch with it.

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  134. I think that those charms would be perfect for a patchwork tote! :-) Thank you for the chance to win!! :-)

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  135. Usually I make table runners from charm packs, but I'd like to make a quilt (lap size) one day. I'd love to win these.

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  136. I have finally found some great patterns for table runners and totes to use all those charm packs I just had to buy. I love the quilt in your banner. Those owls are great.

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  137. I mostly make mini quilts from charm packs. I haven't seen these prints before!

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  138. I would love to win them. I have been making charm and jelly roll quilts a lot lately, they just go together so quick!! thanks for the chance to win

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  139. I would love to make a Lap quilt with these charm packs. Thank you for the chance to win

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  140. I really want these charm packs to go into my charn stash for my friendship quilt

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  141. I love doing small quilts with charm packs as well as table runners and small gifts. Thank you for a chance to win. :)

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  142. Would LOVE to win some pezzy print charm packs! They would make a great quilt, or even add some interest to some other quilts when mixed in. Thanks for the chance to win, Sue! :o)
    xo

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  143. thank you for this chance. I would like to sew a bag. hugs

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  144. I would love to make some pot holders with those charm packs!

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  145. I like to use them in string blocks. thanks

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  146. I have used my charm packs on Schnibble projects and I have made bags with them.

    I would love to win the pezzy prints.

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  147. I like making small cases, bags and pouches

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  148. Those will be nice in a baby quilt.Thanks for the chance to win!

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  149. LOVE PEZZY PRINTS!
    I'D DO A BABY QUILT,AS THAT'S WHAT I ENJOY DOING FOR CHARITY!
    THANK YOU FOR A SWEET+GENEROUS GIVEAWAY!

    msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

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  150. I love the pezzy prints - they would look great in a baby or small child quilt - so nice and bright

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  151. I love the charm packs! My next quilt with 5" squares will be Triangle Confusion by Double Nickel Quilts, it's a great pattern and I'll use up so many scraps!

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  152. I really want to make some of those twirly gig blocks with the lil twister....these look perfect for a start

    Thanks for the fun!

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  153. I would make a cute little mini and use these as backgrounds in these blocks I just found.
    http://ayumills.blogspot.ca/2012/03/sprout-and-juice-blocks.html

    Love the smoothie blocks!

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  154. Charm packs make amazing baby quilts! Pezzies would make the cutest quilt for the nephew our family will be welcoming in August. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  155. I'm a bit of a charm pack addict! I tend to make them into baby quilts/play mats.

    Loving the pezzy prints - so cute!

    Thanks for a great giveaway :)

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  157. I'd love to make HSTs with these charm packs and make a lap quilt.

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  158. Id love to make a charm quilt for my little girl or a twister with them :)

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  159. I think they would make a charming youth quilt. Fun fabric. Thanks

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  160. A quilt for sure! Thanks for sharing.

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  161. Love the Pezzy prints. Check out my blog for lots of ideas on what to do with charm packs-www.doublenickelquilts.blogspot.com

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  162. I would love to make a quilt with the charm packs and maybe a new bag! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  163. I would add some solids and make a twister quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  164. I love to make big bags with charms.

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  165. Love this fabric! I have been wanting to make a back pack for each of my kids out of charm packs. This would be perfect for my son! :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  166. I love these pezzy prints! Recently I've enjoyed turning charm packs into seasonal table runners. My kids love the pretty centerpieces and try to keep the kitchen more clean when I do this :)

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  167. Great charm pack--hope I am Lucky

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  168. I really love to make pinwheels from charm squares. And I think they would be darling in pezzy prints. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  169. These prints are too much fun! Hmmmm, what to make? Pinwheels? Zig zags? Something fun! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  170. The last time I had a charm pack, I went to the Moda Bake Shop blog and found something to make with it :)

    Thanks for the giveaway !

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  171. I am in love with Pezzy Prints!! I think I'd make some springy pillow covers for our couch. Thanks for the chance!!

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  172. I have seen some really cute quilts made with the Lil Twister. I think I might something like that with those charm packs.

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  173. Love the charm packs! Thank you for giving them away. I like to make scrappy quilts out of them.

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  174. Love those prints- i woul duse them to make an iron caddy- have the pattern and was waiting for fabric inspiration!

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  175. I love to sew bags with charm packs, so a bag will be!. Thanks for the chance!

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  176. Ahhh! I love the colors of those Pezzy Prints. So bright. I want to make myself a Pezzy Print lap quilt. I haven't decided on the pattern though.

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  177. I love this charm pack! I am making a quilt using only dots and these would be perfect.

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  178. I have just made a Sparkle Plenty quilt which would look wonderful made in these pezzy prints - thanks for the chance to win!

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  179. I think these would be so cute in an I spy quilt!

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  180. The Charm Tote Bag would be perfect for these fun, fun, charms on your give away.

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  181. What great modern prints just perfect for a table runner or two for christmas presents!

    Thanks so much for offering 2 pezzy print charm packs!

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  182. I like to use my little Twister tool with charm packs. I've also used them for disappearing nine patch quilts and they work great!

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  183. I like to make table runners and baby quilts with charm packs. I think a baby quilt would be super cute with some Pezzy! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  184. I like to make charm pack pillows... they're quick easy and fun. I can always use a couple more! Thank you for the chance to win!

    Happy quilting

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  185. I would make a Schnibbles quilt called "Nash" out of these charm packs. The pattern calls for 2 packs so this would be perfect.

    Thanks for a chance.

    jleibfried@aol.com

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  186. Charm packs are the easiest to use. Cut them up for bags, pincushions, small wallhangings, doll blankets, etc. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  187. I use them for tote bags, pillows, small wall hangings, mug rugs. I regularly check out the Moda Bakeshop website for ideas.

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  188. I love pezzy prints!! I want to make a picnic quilt for my family. what a great giveaway - thanks for the chance to win!

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  189. Wow. Love this prints! They would be used in quilts and other crafts! Thank you for a chance to win.

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  190. Right now I need a new table runner so that is what I would make. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  191. I saw a cute quilt made out of that fabric and it would fit on my table. Hope I win:)

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  192. great giveaway thank you angchappell@yahoo.com

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  193. Thanks for a chance to win this giveaway. Love those fabrics.

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  194. I would love to share an idea for charm packs with you, but I've never owned one. Maybe the ones you are so generously giving in this hop will be my first! Thanks so much for the chance.

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  195. I would love to make my little girl patch skirts with a charm pack!

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  196. What fun fabric! I've used charm packs for tablerunners, english paper piecing and for patchwork quilts and bags.

    Thank you for a great giveaway and a chance to win some fun fabric.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  197. oh, I love these prints! thank-you for the giveaway! I would have to spend so time admiring & stroking them & waiting for inspiration before i start sewing with them :)

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  198. These would be so cute in a charm quilt for a baby! Fun prints to work with. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  199. I've rarely used charm packs, so you could probably give ME advice! I'm looking for ways to use them!

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