Thursday, January 19, 2012

Free Fabric Giveaway

Hope everyone's new year is starting out right.  Mine has been awesome thus far.

We have moved Qubee Quilts to a new studio location within my home and I have done a little destashing.
Pictures to follow in the coming weeks.

Everyone loves free stuff and fabric right?  What a silly question, of course you do.

Let's celebrate the new year by giving away a 12 fat quarters.


Pictured above are the 12 fat quarters that are up for grabs . Please leave a comment on this post letting me know what you would like to see on the Qubee Quilts blog about in the up coming months. . 

Only one entry per person, please. All duplicate entries will be deleted!  Only blogger comments count as this is posted elsewhere too.  

We will draw a winner using the Random Number Generator and announce them here on Thursday, January 26th.  


Good Luck!

Until next time,

118 comments:

  1. I am making baby quilts using batiks. So I would love to see traditional blocks being used - I love making them but sometimes too afraid on how it will (not) work out,

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  2. Would love to see paper piecing! Love it! And love the fat quarters. Thanks for a chance.

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  3. I would like to see applique! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  4. Free motion quilting. :) Thank you!

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  5. Mini quilts and some improv piecing please!

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  6. I would donate these to a local advocacy business I volunteer at that helps women and children, for the women to use.

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  7. i would love to read about how you decide on the type of quilting you use based on the quilt top design.

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  8. I would honestly like to see some demos and information on sewing machines like the Diamond or whatever else you have access to.

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  9. Great fabric! Thanks for the chance to win! I would like to see more block/quilt tutorials :)

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  10. Hi there! Just popped over from Facebook. Paper piecing has been intriging to me for a while but I just haven't tried it....yet. Maybe a basic to start? Also, I've been FMQ for a few months but could sure use some tips to make it even. BTW - The new hair cut looks great!

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  11. Quilts that take advantage of the new "modern" fabrics. Thanks!

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  12. Love the haircut! I would like to see more free motion quilting. I have a hard time relaxing!!!!! Thanks!

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  13. Happy New Year! I would like to see more garment sewing...women's tops maybe!

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  14. Beautiful colors! I would love to read more about quilting from your stash - I'm trying not to buy TOO much fabric this year. Help me out, please??? Thanks.

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  15. I'd say more of the same. Looking forward to seeing your studio photos. Milo wants more photos of Zeus.

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  16. I would love to learn more about your processes. How you come up with an idea for a quilt. Where do you get your inspiration from? How you choose fabric. Etc.

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  17. I love tutorials, for blocks or mug rugs or something small, that I can whip up and feel accomplished! :D

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  18. I'm interested in craftsmanship. What problems do you encounter and how do you solve them?

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  19. I love patterns that focus on the fabric itself vs. tiny pieces put together to form a flower or something. (Those have their place, just not in my heart!) Thanks!

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  20. I love seeing stuff that inspires me to get sewing. Things like tutorials, new fabric or color combinations, and finished projects. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  21. I pop in to this blog every week or two and read back thru and have to say I always find something of interest, learn something or end up putting fabrics on my wish list lol So for me.......please just carry on with your great blog........its brill just as it is!

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  22. I enjoy your blog very much. I'm always up for tutorials. More projects on my to-do list, right?

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  23. I like the idea about sewing machines. I think I will be in the running for a new machine in the near future and I have no idea how to choose!

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  24. More tuts? Honestly, I don't know. I enjoy whatever you post. :-)

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  25. FQ quilts, and thanks for the chance to win those beautiful FQs!!

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  26. I would like to see more items to use as gifts and also quilts and gifts for guys.

    Debbie

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  27. I could stand to better understand how people use the various features of their cutting matts and rulers. There are all those diagonal lines, etc. and I'm sure I would use the various features more often and they could make quilting easier for me if I only had some idea how I should/could be using them.

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  28. I would love anything that inspires me to quilt/sew. Patterns, tutorials, examples, etc.

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  29. I love tutorials and blocks so more of these please.

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  30. Using precuts to make quilts is a great topic any time!
    sazzyfrazz at gmail dot com

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  31. Tutorials for novices like me.

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  32. I like fat quarter ideas since I seem to be drawn to them! I have gotten some charms to play with too. Love the colors of the giveaway fabric!

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  33. Lovely FQs - I love FQs! What are some of your favorite tools to use? There are so many different rulers and gadgets out there that it can be difficult to choose which ones will be most useful. While I love my LQS, let's face it, they want to sell me more stuff!

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  34. I have made some Marbled fabrics, and I would like to know how to use them in a quilt.
    nahema@oricom.ca

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  35. Love the fabrics .....would like to see more quilt patterns.

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  36. Love the pretty fabrics...i would like to see more pattern ideas.

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  37. I love traditional piecing-- and I love applique--- so... how about more quilts that use both techniques in the same quilt! :-) Thank you for the chance to win!! WOW! What an awesome prize!

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  38. I love seeing new modern style quilts and the tutorials to make them!

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  39. Charlie, I'd love to hear more of what inspires you to make different quilts. Thanks for the giveaway chance!

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  40. Super giveaway! I really enjoy tutorials. Sometimes I come across a new, simpler way of cutting or piecing.

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  41. Just love them brown fat quarters.. I could use them in a project I am doing. What I would like to see is Batiks, Civil War, and Asian Fabrics.. I have WIP pending in these fabrics.

    dhardenburg@prodigy.net

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  42. I would love to learn what you discovered about yourself when you de-stashed your collection.

    mamakaychacha@gmail.com

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  43. Well, my weakest area is designing the quilting pattern. I struggle with that. Any help in that area I would find useful. Love your patterns and colors!

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  44. Charlie,
    Those are some wonderful fat quarters- I do not collect those colors.. interesting to see what different people have in their stash.
    I enjoy reading about the different projects one is creating and the process. How do you decide on your project? fabrics? Do you work strictly from your own design or from a pattern? from a traditional block and make adaptations?
    Regards from Western Canada,
    Anna

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  45. I seem to have enough big projects on my 2012 list, so I would like to see smaller ones.

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  46. Great color. I'll be please to read about Quick and useful project

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  47. I would like to see more quick projects using fat quarters as that is what I have the most of in my stash!

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  48. Yummy fabrics.. Maybe a QAL?? Thanks for the chance to win.

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  49. I've got loads of FQs. Some quilts to take advantage of them would be great. Kathie L in Allentown

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  50. What great fabrics - I love the combination. I would like to see FMQ

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  51. What pretty prints :) They make me think of Red Eye Gravy (guess I must be hungry) Laughing she says -
    I would like to see something on miniature quilts tips and techniques. I'd like to make a couple of miniature quilts this year :)
    Thank you for the opportunity to win!
    Cathy Byrd
    byrd at gulftel.com

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  52. Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway. I would like to see more fat quarter projects.

    Janet

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  53. I'm interested in tutorials of all aspects of quilting, but would really love to see some hand quilting and big stitch quilting. Is there a way to do this without using a hoop? Thanks for the lovely giveaway. What a great combination of fabrics.

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  54. more FQ projects, tutorials, fast and easy gifts

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  55. Love the color! Who doesn't like tutorials. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  56. I love quilting tutorials - I've learned so much from quilting blogs. Thanks for the chance to win the beautiful fabrics.

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  57. Hi Charlie,
    Thank you for the opportunity to participate in this giveaway
    Congratulations about your blog
    Thanks for sharing
    If I win, I'd like to sew one of my shoulder bag designs with the prize

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  58. Ooh, such pretty fabric! I love those coppery tones. Thanks for the chance to win!

    I'm new to quilting, so (while I enjoy admiring more complicated patterns from a distance) I'm on the lookout for tutorials/inspiration for quilting patterns/techniques that even a beginner could handle. I also love seeing the spaces where people create... peeks into stashes (tidy or messy), etc.

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  59. Hmmmmm.........I have tons of fat quarters. So something fat quarter friendly is always good for me.

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  60. I like seeing in-progress shots... the messy sewing room, the "oops" stitches, the creative process as a whole, and of course Zeus supervising it all :)

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  61. I'd like more tutorials.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  62. I love seeing different ways of doing things. F'r instance, I was at a class that showed at least 5 different ways to make half square triangles. It was nice to see how different people did the 'nitty gritty' and to try the techniques on for size.

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  63. I would love to see anything on free motion quilting - I can always use tips on improving!

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  64. I just love any kind of tutorial! I'm a beginner and need all the help that I can get!!

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  65. Tutorials using charm packs. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  66. i have some quilts that need quilting....I've been putting it off. I'd love to feel comfortable with FMQ.

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  67. I especially like tutorials with little items to decorate for holidays -- really trying to think up something cute for Valentine's Day!

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  68. I like patterns using 1 or 2 charm packs and a solid...would love to see more of those. Thanks for the give-away!

    barzi1091@aol[[dot]]com

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  69. I like tutorials that show easy ways of doing things.
    Somehow, I tend to do everything the hardest way.

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  70. Love to see your colorways. What's new in your stash-that you are trying?
    Thanks- these would go with my blues for a sampler quilt I'm starting.

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  71. wow love the colors..... Hope they come my way

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  72. Tutorials for fat quarters and charm packs . Thanks for the giveaway !!!

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  73. I would like to see more tutorials that do not seem too intimidating for beginners like me, since I have only started learning to sew and more about the inspiration you get for your designs!!

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  74. i am a new sewer, and i took a quick look over here, and i agree with some of the folks up there, more tutorials :) please enter me into your giveaway. thank you for the chance to win those beautiful fabrics

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  75. These colors are outside my usual working range, but I think they are just beautiful the way you have them displayed! If i win i should use them to get outside of my comfort zone! Warmest.

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  76. I would love to see more tutorials Using fat quarters! :). Happy New Year!

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  77. Tutorials, always tutorials, but also since you are moving your studio let us see what you've improved. Your old space, to your new space - what did you learn? What did you change, improve, leave the same? Lots of bloggers show storage and stash ideas, but how you actually 'work' - you know, like a kitchen triangle? What works best in a studio for quilters? I'll be doing this in the next year, so I'm looking for thoughts from others.

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  78. I would love to learn how you decide on a quilting design once you have the to together. "Quilt as desired" makes me shake in my boots! :)

    Sandy A

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  79. Tutorials and inspiration for FQ quilts

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  80. I'd like to see more tutorials for making quilts. If I win, I would donate the fabric to my group, World of Charity Stitching.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net
    http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com

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  81. I especially like finished quilt pictures! Tutorials are my next favorite!

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  82. I would like to see more projects using smaller precuts - FQ and charm packs, especially. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  83. Always love to see quilts and projects that can be completed in an afternoon! Thanks for the chance!

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  84. I like paper-piecing and would like to see more of this on your blog. Thanks for the opportunity to win your generous giveaway.

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  85. I would like to see some patterns or ideas to use charm packs. They are so much fun to look at and collect and I need some ideas on what to make out of them.

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  86. I am very new to quilting so mostly I just look on in awe at the wonderful work quilters do. I always enjoy when bloggers take the time to share their expertise with some tips and tricks for quilting newbies like me!

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  87. Those look like batiks which I just love. Love the colors too. Thanks for the chance.

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  88. Lovely fabrics. I don't have a sigle batik, do you believe?
    I'd love to see more ideas to use scraps or charms.

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  89. I am constantly looking for small quick ideas for gifts. All I really know how to make are quilts, and they are neither small or quick!

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  90. BEAUTIFUL GIVEAWAY!
    I'VE JUST FOUND YOUR BLOG-LOVE IT!
    SMALL QUILTED PROJECTS ARE WHAT I LIKE TO DO!

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  91. I would like to see more tutorials. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway! ;->

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  92. I would like to see small quilted projects. Learn some of the more difficult piecing techniques - like Y blocks. Thank You for the wonderful giveaway!

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  93. I would like to see seasonal wall hanging projects.

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  94. Oh goodness, I was just thinking I want some orange fabrics! These are beautiful!
    I'd like to see tutorials. I'm a new quilter, and I'm wanting to learn lots of skills :)

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  95. I would like to see some design ideas for any size project with a combination of unequal sized blocks. I love the giveaway fabric colours.

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  96. I would love to see paper piecing. Thanks for a chance to win the beautiful fabric.

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  97. I would like to see easy ways to applique...if there is such a thing! Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  98. Awesome! I have shared this giveaway on my blog. :)

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  99. I always love tutorials. I like to see patterns that are easier than they look. I use scraps a lot, so things made with charm squares and fat quarters work for me just fine, because I can cut the squares from fat quarters. =) Thanks for the chance at this great line of fabric.

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  100. I always like to know how to use all the different rulers out there. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway

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  101. I would like to win these fabrics.
    thank you!
    And greetings from Hungary!!!

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  102. I am thinking about mixing a new to try hobby, embroidery, with quilting...would love to read up on tips and strategies for that. I'm pretty much open to anything though..I love to learn!

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  103. There's already so much goodness on your blog. You already have everything I want: blog hop (check), tutorials (check), giveaway (check), more zeus (check)! But I love seeing projects/blocks from quilt-alongs and swaps.

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  104. I would love to see scrap quilts, withs lots of colors and lots of pieces. Thanks,

    Debbie

    Quiltingathome@earthlink.net

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  105. I enjoy your QALs (and giveaways). I'm handquilting the first QAL I did with you, and intermixed blocks from the block-a-palooza too. Do you ever handquilt as that would be interesting too.

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  106. Your blog has the perfect mix of everything. My lastest "thang" has been bargello quilts, so I'll say you can never have too many tutorials on bargello quilts :)

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  107. My new year is coming along fine. I would love to see more tutorials and fabric choice advise. Of special interest to me are mini quilts.

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  108. I'd love to see a new modern quilt-a-long.

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  109. Hmmm... that's a hard one... id like to see some simple tutorials on how to make the difficult traditional blocks...

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  110. Paper piecing please. Oh yeah and more tutorials. I just love your tutorials.

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  111. I'm very interested in some paper piecing helpful hints especially how to make your own patterns.

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  112. Paper piecing would be great to see more of. As I'd like to try it and am a little intimidated. Thanks for a chance to win this great fabric! :)

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  113. I am new to all of this so anything you can post would be greatly appreciated! I love to see tutorials!

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