Monday, 12 December 2011

Bricks Fabric Giveaway

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To celebrate all my new fabric designs this year I'm joining in on the wonderful SewMamaSew Giveaway Day 2011.  Each year lots of wonderful blogs share in this huge blog hop Giveaway so follow the link to join the fun (it opens about midnight my time).


And I promised a fabric giveaway a while back, so here goes:

* I'm offering two fat quarters of Flower Press fabric, the two in the first photo - one FQ of these Small Bricks and one of these Large Bricks. Lots of fun to sew with and great for Lego lovers everywhere :-)

* The Giveaway is open to everyone near and far!

* Its open until Thursday December 16th 5pm PST. (10am Friday here in Sydney I think? But I will leave a comment on this post saying the Giveaway is closed so you'll know when that is!)

* A winner will be announced on December 18th here on the blog.

* To enter please leave a comment telling us all what you'd make with these fabrics, either something new or an old favourite. (No pressure, feel free to repeat previous answers.)

* Please leave some way to contact you, preferably an email address or blog link.  (If I can't contact you within two days I'll draw again.)

Good Luck! I'm off to enter a few myself!

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367 comments :

  1. Not very inspirational but I would just love to use it in my quilts.

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  2. The obvious - a bag or playmat for the billions of bits of lego in our house!

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  3. Wow! fabulous fabric!
    How about a picnic quilt??

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  4. A quilt for my grandson who enjoys playing with his plastic bricks!

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  5. great print, i would make placemats for the kids
    kirkbyc@hotmail.com

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  6. I'd use it to make nintendo ds cases for my nephews :)

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  7. Oooo, so cute!!! I'd make something for my girl's room. They just got big girl beds so maybe some cute pillows! Thank you!

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  8. i LOVE your fabrics! just found you on fb last week and i would be so excited to win these. i think they would be great fabrics for some rag dolls. or about a million other things... thanks for the giveaway!

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  9. that fabric would be perfect in a childs quilt!!

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  10. I would most likely put as the backing for the baby quilts. My potential big customer wants me to use only batiks but the back too? Not me.

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  11. I just read about the Lego company in the papers on the weekend. I would probably sew up a drawstring bag to put all the lego pieces in. Not very original but useful, right?

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  12. these would be great as backing or blocks - i-spy blocks?

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  13. OMG, Lego fabric??? Something for my husband for sure!
    Thanks!

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  14. what great fabrics... toy sacks, I think!

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  15. This is fantastic fabric ! I am so glad I found your blog. I would I think make a cushion with just a couple of fat quarters. If I had lots and lots I would make a wonderful quilt to go with the cushion.

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  16. The fabrics are beautiful! I would make some purses or clutches I think. Thank you for the chance to win :)

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  17. I LOVE this brick fabric.... I think I'd make snack bags for my daughter.

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  18. Pretty! I would totally work those into a quilt!

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  19. I am making a bag for my kid to take his lego everywhere and this would be perfect for the little pockets!
    Thanks
    Ana

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  20. How cute! I'd definitely make something for a kid. I actually saw a cute car roll tutorial and this would be the perfect exterior fabric! Thanks for a chance to win.

    amkreations.blogspot.com

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  21. OH. MY. GOODNESS. I would totally use that fabric on goodies for my boys - maybe some little pouches to hold all their little bricks! I love it!

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  22. A nap blanket for my son at pre-school.

    Great fabrics. Thanks so much!

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  23. My grandson is an absolute LEGO fanatic, so I would make something for him

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  24. So adorable. I have some toys that need a new bag and this would be perfect for it :)

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  25. I would put them in quilts I'm going to make this year for my sons.

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  26. I would probably incorporate these fabrics into a quilt for a lego manic I know. Thanks for the giveaway! robyn(dot)geddes(at)gmail(dot)com

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  27. I'd make some storage bags for all the small toys in our house!

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  28. My son loves legos and is getting some for Christmas. I would use this to make some kind of a toy bag for him to keep them in. It would be perfect for his birthday in January.

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  29. This is super-cute! I think I would have to make a tote bag out of it, or maybe a throw quilt mixed with some other fabrics.

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  30. That is some seriously cute and happy fabric! I would make something for my son- not sure what yet but inspiration will strike! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  31. Very fun prints! I'd make something for my block loving boys! :)

    Thanks for the chance!

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  32. I'd be tempted to use them to make pillow covers for my new screened-in deck, but I bet my son would have other ideas!

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  33. I would use the fabrics to make a quilt for my oldest daughter. She's been asking for a quilt for a while now, and she would LOVE those fabrics.

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  34. I'd like to make some ereader covers with that fabric. Such a fun pattern!

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  35. Hi,
    I would put them in a quilt with white soldis.

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  36. How adorable!!! I'd LOVE to get my hands on this!! I'd make my nephew a DS Case he is addicted to lego !!! Thank you for the opportunity to win your giveaway! Happy Holidays to you and your family <3 xo

    krencamp (at) gmail (dot) com

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  37. I'd love to make something for my son, but I don't know what (just finished a quilt for him). Maybe a pouch to carry toys in.

    Ambersewwonky at yahoo dot com

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  38. I've been looking for good "boy" fabric for some reusable sandwich bags -- this would fit the bill nicely!

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  39. so pretty- great giveaway- I would make some swim bags for the monkeys- I've been looking for a quick try colorful fabric that they could grow with.

    ren lady of the arts at gmail dot com

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  40. i'd make a drawstring bag for my son's legos!
    thank you

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  41. such amazing fabric.
    probably some crayon-rolls for my 3 boys.
    :)

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  42. Oh, I love those prints!! I'd make some bags or organizer totes for my cousins two little boys.

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  43. A playmat for my daughter. She and her daddy love to play lego on the floor and they need a mat.

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  44. I think it would have to be used as a lego bag or playmat for my baby nephew (for when he's older of course!)

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  45. I think these bold colourful prints would make the perfect back for a baby quilt. Love them!

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  46. How lovely Lego fabric! What a cute idea! I would make a little boy quilt out of those! Maybe use it for the back or for big blocks. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  47. My nephews love Lego - so probably something for them. Maybe some cuddly quilts of some sort?

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  48. A bag for myself!!
    Thx for the chance to win ^^v

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  49. I would use it in a kids quilt. Cool fabric!

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  50. I would love to make a couple of pillows for my grandsons' beds - this lego fabric is awesome!

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  51. These would make lovely additions to a scrappy quilt that I've been toying with...hahaha, no pun intended ;)

    Thanks for the opportunity.

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  52. I'd use it with a bag or a pillow for myself.

    Brevistraex@gmail.com

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  53. I'd make some zipper pouches, just like yours. :-)

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  54. what a great giveaway! Thanks. I'd use it in a baby quilt for my new niece!

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  55. Love the bricks, such a fun idea

    I think it would be destined for a sleepy sack for a yet to arrive baby.

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  56. I'd make something fun for my daughter! msagala 1 at gmail dot com

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  57. Great little giveaway! Such great designs, I just love the bright happy colours! I would have to make a little messanger bag to carry toys around for my little man :)

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  58. I would love to make a little tote bag! So cute!

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  59. boy, I love that quilt! I would definitely use it for some small bags like you have pictured to corral small items on the go.

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  60. I would have to make a little lego bag for my son Blaze. Too cute.

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  61. I might have to try my hand at a clutch framed purse with these beauties

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  62. I would use it in a bag for my kids to use for their lego blocks! perfect!
    steeplechaser29 at yahoo dot com

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  63. What a unique print! I think I'd have to find a wee boy to make a playmat for!

    Thanks for the giveaway
    Sarah @ http://kiwigetscrafty.blogspot.com

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  64. I've been collecting fabrics for a quilt for my nephew and these would go wonderfully. kcarlson1152[at]hotmail.com

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  65. I'd make a bag for my brother's lego collection.
    jowynj(at)blueyonder.co.uk

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  66. I would definitely have to make some bags with these fabrics.

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  67. Hi, thank you for the chance to win. I would make a quilt for my husband, besause he is a big kid and loves Lego.

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  68. Hmm, some fun bags to put my boys toys in! christina112358 at gmail dot com

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  69. SOOO fun, I think I'd just have to add that to a baby quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  70. I love these fabrics! I'd use them in a quilt if given the chance!

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  71. Really neat looking fabrics that would look great for a child's quilt.
    thanks!

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  72. great fabric. i would use it to make placmats for my kids

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  73. This would be the perfect fabric to use to make a lego bag/playmat I saw instructions for somewhere on the web - basically it's a drawstring bag that lays out into a flat circle playmat - easy cleanup and storage too :)

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  74. I love the pouch, so I would probably make one of those. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  75. Definitely some sort of lego mini fig storage for my wee ones. Oh how I love the bricks fabric!!!

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  76. so fun! id make some pattwork pouches for my supplies! :) raineoc@yahoo.com

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  77. This is some friggin awesome fabric. I would make a purse, some hot pads, pillows and such.

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  78. a quilt likely would be what I'd use this fabric for, a smaller one that can be toted around for baby to play on.
    Thank you....this is lovely fabric.

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  79. Awesome fabric!! I'd want to make something for me, but would probably end up making a toy bag for the small human. She's about ready for legos...

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  80. What great fabric! I would definitely want to put it into a quilt for my son.

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  81. Maybe a zip bag, love the fabric!

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  82. I think i'd use it to make a crayon roll or two for some of the little ones in my life.

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  83. I'm really digging the zipper pouch that you have pictured. I would probably make one like that. Merry Christmas!

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  84. Great fabric! I'd make a little bag for lego-on-the-go for my boy.

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  85. I would make a zip pouch for my daughter to keep her plastic bricks in!

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  86. Probably a fun patchwork pillow or bag!

    michaelacking (at) gmail (d0t) com

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  87. Such fun fabric! I'd make some crayon rolls.

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  88. I have a boy quilt to make in primary colors and these would be perfect!

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  89. I'd love to make myself a purse =)
    chocolatemintcrafts(at)gmail(dot)com

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  90. Photo frames for all the lil guys in my life! roguekeri at live dot com

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  91. pillowcases, or maybe put it together with some solids to make shorts. such adorable fabric! Thanks!

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  92. Oh my god!!! I am such a lego lover!!!! I think i made some zippered pouchs, or with a big piece I'd made some linen for my baby daughter crab!

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  93. I'd use those in a quilt I'm planning for my husband -- he loves Legos! :)

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  94. That fabric would be perfect for bags.

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  95. Cohen has just moved from Duplo to Lego and needs a Lego playmat/bag to save me from finding little pieces everywhere! And what fabric could be more perfect?! :)

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  96. Wow your fabrics are lovely, i'm going to become a new follower

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  97. I'd love to make zippy pouches to sort legos into or to put lego shaped candies in :-)

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  98. I'd probably use it in a quilt or something for my little cousins... :)

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  99. I think I would use those to embellish a pillowcase!

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  100. oh man I have three boys that are so into lego's...I would maybe make a quilt wall hanging with then for their room. They would LOVE IT!

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  101. So cute! I'd make a bag of some kind. Thanks!

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  102. i would make a baby quilt with this awesome fabric!! gooberific@yahoo.com

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  103. Those fabrics are so bright and cheery that they need to be used for a child's quilt.

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  104. So colourful! I'd make one of those rollup baby change mats and any left over into a pencil roll. Perfect!

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  105. OH, I haven't seen this fabric, how cute!!! I have a young lego lover that would love a lego mat (that pulls up into a carry thing) made out of this! Thank you and Merry Christmas.

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  106. I would make a messenger bag and then use the rest for pin-cushions.

    Mary
    iammaryburke(at)gmail(dot)com

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  107. I would make a drawstring pouch :)

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  108. Oh - beautiful happy fabric! I'm mostly a quilter, and rarely stray to clothes or accessories. I think these would show up in a quilt for sure!

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  109. This is adorable fabric. I saw on one blog a play mat/bag combination for legos that this would be perfect for.

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  110. Love it! I have a little lego maniac at the house so it is perfect. I would be great on a large tote bag with an big zipper with oversided teeth.

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  111. This is so cute! I'd use it in an i-spy or little boy's quilt :)

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  112. love these fabrics!! maybe a quilted runner for the top of a bureau to brighten up a room!

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  113. These are so cute- and would most certainly end up in my next baby quilt!

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  114. I have a 3 year old son, so that pattern speaks to me... it speaks to me of a home for stray legos!

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  115. I would either use it to make some kind of bag or as an extra fabric in a quilt

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  116. What wonderful bright fabrics. I would make a picnic quilt.

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  117. I'd make a drawstring bag for carrying lego or other toys with us on trips.

    I love the colours!

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  118. Hi, I would love to make a lego bag for my son. He is almost 4 and just getting into legos. I'm sure he would love it! Thanks!!

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  119. A bag for a little boy. Thanks for the chance to win such great fabric.

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  120. This would make a lovely quilt for a lego obsessed grand child ;-)

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  121. My nephew is a Lego freak. I would love to make him a bag or maybe a minky pillowcase with this fabric on the cuff! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  122. Gorgeous fabrics! I would use it to make bags for my kids, they'd go crazy for it!!

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  123. what fun fabric! id give this fabrics to my daughter! she is getting a sewing machien from Santa!! i hope to start with pillows, so that is my plan for these cute fabrics if we win!

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  124. Oh my gosh- what adorable fabric! This would be such fun to make a legos bag out of it or part of a baby quilt.

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  125. I would love to make some small zippered bags for my little girl.

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  126. I would have to make a toy bag for my little girl. Such great fabrics

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  127. Oh my goodness! I have 6 boys and would need a whole lot more of that fabric to make us happy :) Would it be enough to make a pillow case edging? Maybe I could make a couple of iPod touch cases? SO cute.

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  128. A play mat for the kids, or maybe a tiny quilted blankie for the baby boy.

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  129. I think a purse would look cute, don't you?

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  130. love the lego look. These would make killer pencil cases.
    thanks for the giveaway!
    allisonbright{at}gmail{dot}com

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  131. Ohh cool - I've been looking for some cool fabric to make a lego storage bag - this would be perfect!!

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  132. Oh so much goodness! I love seeing them all together like this Susie. What a wonderful view of how hard you've been working! Congratulations is what I have to say :)) Kx

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  133. I'm going to make a single bed quilt for the boy child soon, and he loves Lego, so they would go perfectly in there. (and coordinate nicely with my Marbles fat quarter, too!)

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  134. I would love to make my son a lego bag! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  135. I know this woud be perfect fabric for a quilt I want to make for my 4-year old nephew! I have some fabric with tractors on and I'm looking for some colourful complementary designs to go with it! ... and as a kid I was a huge lego fan! (a highlight of my school days was playing at Legoland in Denmark with my school band!)

    Thanks for the giveaway! I've been a follower almost from the time I started my blog! :)

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  136. I love this fabric. My son the lego lover would get a pillow case for his most special pillow he can’t sleep without. Thanks for offering a great giveaway.

    esther@thetimbell.com

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  137. Awesome Susie, count me in! I think I'd start with a Library bag for Suspence as he doesn't have one yet & it's kind of necessary, he loves to pretend to read!

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  138. I'd make gifts for my friend's little boys, or maybe a curtain!!
    Tia
    mtrand2 AT gmail DOT com

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  139. I would definately make a peek~a~boo lego bag!!! Great fabric! Thanks for the chance!
    Smiles~Beth

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  140. some kind of lego storage contain for my son as I know Santa is bringing him some more lego for xmas.

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  141. Throw pillows for my sons room!

    cherie.godbey@gmail.com

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  142. I love to make quilts and pillowcases for charity, and I think this would be great for little boy items!

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  143. wow...Ive never seen the gorgeous brick fabric before! My daughter loves her Duplo so I would probably make a drawstring bag for her as well as a zipper pouch, cant let those vibrant colours go to waste! thanks for the chance!

    nabihawangde(at)gmail(dot)com

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  144. Coolest fabric ever! I'm a huge Lego fan (I make sterling silver "Lego" necklaces and rings!) and would love to play with this fabric. My resolution for next year is to get over my zipper fear so I would love to make a zipper pouch with this fabric. And probably include it in a lap quilt for myself and/or maybe a couple baby bibs. LOVE that you had a goomba sneak in your zipper pouch with the legos!

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  145. i would love to include this in some playmats for cars. brick are good buildings!!

    rubberduckywon at gmail dot com

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  146. i would love to include this in some playmats for cars. brick are good buildings!!

    rubberduckywon at gmail dot com

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  147. I'm thrilled to discover your blog, your fabrics are so colourful and modern and just perfect! I would make hats or bags or even a quilt!

    dxx

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  148. I'd probably use it in a few projects, some drawstring bags for all the little toys around here and maybe incorporate it into an i-spy quilt

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  149. I have to say, this is the coolest fabric I have ever seen. My son who is 18 even said Wow that is cool! He was a big lego creator. Well, what would I make, a lego bag of course! Thanks for the chance.

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  150. I would use it to make a floor mat/blanket for the baby. I love the bricks!

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  151. I am in a bag phase right now (purses, tote bags, cosmetic bags, etc.), so these fabrics would add some fantastic color to my next bag.

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  152. OH OH OH OH OH. I am not sure yet what I'd make, probably bags, but I know they would go to my brother who is a Lego fanatic! He even runs a nationally recognized Lego gathering every year, one for fun and teaching kids. He also makes Lego versions of architectural and engineering wonders, from incredible bridges to historic lighthouses. It's all about the engineering for him. He's been in all sorts of books about Legos, as an expert! What fun, what fun, I'd love to make him something. :)

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  153. Bags, definitely. They'd make perfect gift bags for Lego because there'd be a built-in way to clean up.

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  154. It would be a quilt for my niece.
    anghhong@yahoo.com

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  155. We are planning a Lego party for my son's fourth birthday early next year and I would love to use this to make party bags and a big bag for him to use as a Kindy bag.

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  156. I love this fabric, it's amazing & so clever. I'd love to make a messenger bag for my nearly-30 year old daughter who remains a lego fiend, we have kept all of her childhood lego for when she has children. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  157. I love the color in your fabrics. They are a lot of fun. I especially love your clouds with rain and rainbows (cloudy). I think I'd make a toy bag for my sons construction stuff. Thanks.
    kristie_keely(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  158. I'd make a couple of Lego drawstring bags!!

    loreew at pacbell dot net

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  159. I have two little twin granddaughters who are just getting to Lego age...I'd definitely make a "travel" bag or two so they could take their Lego with them!

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  160. I'd love to make a little backpack (for legos, of course)

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  161. Most probably I would do a playmat for my nephews! this is a nice fabric!

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  162. Oh - I know two little boys who would absolutely LOVE pouches for their Lego! So I'm crossing my fingers, Mlise

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  163. I'd have to make something for my DD, probably a drawstring bag or boxy pouch to hold toys and bits in:)

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  164. I think some drawstring bags for Lego!

    ozknitter(at)gmail(dot)com

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  165. Either a coloring wallet or a car roll for my son. He would think the fabrics were awesome

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  166. fun giveaway! and super fun fabric!
    Hmmm... tough choice on what to make though - I think it looks great as a pouch. It would also look great in a quilt :)

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  167. I'd love this for my stash, though my boy would probably want me to make something lego-ish out of it!

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  168. This is such a fun fabric. I would make toy zip pouches for the children in my family.
    Susanne

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  169. Quilts, pouches, pillows...love the fabrics. Thank You

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  170. Thanks to SMS for sending me here, love these prints!! What would I make with the lego prints? Well, it would have to be a play matt or kiddy quilt. :)

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  171. Either play mat, quilt or pants for my son.

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  172. Oh my, thanks for the chance. If I won this gorgeous fabric, I would make a drawstring bag for my nephew to carry his cars in.

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  173. Obvious choice but I would make more Lego bags or the cute little zip up pencil cases on your blog!!

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  174. I would make a cute little Lego Bag similar to the ones I have seen on your blog for my three sons Patrick, Seamus and Conal. This may encourage them to pack up their Lego so I don't suck it up with the vacuum!

    Thanks for the chance in your giveaway.

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  175. Hi, love the fabric. Here at home everybody loves lego, so I would do two bags for my two daughters

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  176. Beautiful! I'm making a bed tent for my lego man. This is perfect!

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  177. Lego bags for my boys! froggygirldesigns at gmail dot com

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  178. a messenger bag for my lego OBSESSED son!! he would melt if he saw this fabric!!

    thank you for the opportunity and HAPPY CHRISTMAS all the way from South africa.

    cleo
    cleo (AT) techgear.co.za

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  179. I would make a floor cushion with these in it, for my son who spends every free moment on the floor playing with his Lego!

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  180. I'm loving these bright colours! I would use it as part of a baby playmat.

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  181. Those are such adorable fabrics! Thanks for the chance to win. I'd make something fun for my 5 year old.

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  182. I love these fabrics, they are so fresh! I would probably make some bags and pouches, maybe for my little ones toys and legos ;) What a great giveaway, so glad I found your blog.

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  183. I love your fabrics! Legos, what a great idea! I was thinking first a bag - but they would be so good in many projects!
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  184. Ahh so cute! I would make a play mat for my unborn neice/nephew...those fabrics are so gender neutral they would be great for such a thing!

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  185. I would make a bag for carrying lego!

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  186. A quilt for my new baby boy and little pants.

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  187. I need boy fabrics to make things for my little grandsons. I love bright colored fabrics! Vicki avablondie (at) aol (dot) com

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  188. Well definitely a lego bag! What else?

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  189. I'd make a travel lego bag for my nephew so he could bring something with him when he comes to visit!

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  190. LOVE your prints! i'd definitely make something for my two boys - snack bags? toy baskets? lots of possibilities! :)

    bess

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  191. These fabrics are so cute! I would probably make bags with them. I love making all kinds of bags.

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  192. I've never seen Lego fabric! I'd have to make something for my son--maybe a bag to keep all his Legos stored in! sewvery(at)gmail(dot)com

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  193. I think this fabric would make a cute toddler dress.

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  194. Very cute fabric. I think I'd make a zipper bag just like yours for my nephews.

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  195. wow that's really cute fabric. i think i'd use it to make a handbag.

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