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Pat Bravo’s Oval Elements – a Giveaway

Oval Elements Giveaway!

You may remember a few weeks ago when I hosted a giveaway on my blog of Pat Bravo’s Pure Elements line. I wasn’t surprised there was such a big response, the fabric is simply beautiful. Well what did surprise me was that none other than THE Pat Bravo took notice of the response and asked if I would host a giveaway of her very own. Um, I didn’t have to think that one over, OF COURSE!

Pat has generously donated two Fat Quarter sets of her entire range of Art Gallery Oval Elements for two readers to win! Yep, it’s like Christmas has come early around here!

This is another giveaway that I’m very jealous I can’t win, but I will tell you that I happen to own a handful of these fabrics and they are completely beautiful in person. They feel silky smooth, have amazing color, perfect for your fabric stash.

All you need to do to enter is leave a comment telling me what you would do with the fabrics if you win them.

You can keep in touch with Pat and see the latest on her new fabric lines on her blog, Facebook page or Twitter.

I will pick a winner this Thursday, November 3rd, in the evening Chicago time. This giveaway is open to international entries. Good luck everyone!

***** Comments are now closed. I will post the winners shortly! *****

650 comments – wow! Now here are the winners!

Oval Elements Winners

The first winner of the Oval Elements complete fat quarter set goes to….

Comment #319 – Sarah said “I think these would look cute cut in ovals and then appliqued!”

At 5 yards of ovals, you have a lot to applique Sarah!

And, showing that it is NEVER too late to enter a giveaway, the second winner is…

Comment #643 – Marija Vujcic said “Oh beautiful!! All Pat Bravo’s fabrics are amazing!! When I see these – a quilt with all these colors comes to mind…some kind of color-run with either light gray or black as a unifying background…Ah, inspirations, inspirations!!”

I will be emailing both of you for your mailing addresses. Congratulations!

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650 Responses to “Pat Bravo’s Oval Elements – a Giveaway”

  1. 1
    Alison says:

    Oh gosh….these fabrics are just beautiful.

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    Anita says:

    Oh, how beautiful! Thank you Pat for being so generous! I love love love all the fabrics and could very easily see them in a beautiful quilt…I am just imaging them in a Fresh Lemons quilt on your sidebar…like Rainchino rails or Kaleidoscopic Kites! I wish I’d be blessed enough to win! Thanks again!!!!

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    Anna says:

    These are beautiful! I would pet them for a while before organizing them into my stash :)

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    Heather says:

    Thanks for the giveaway! I have a few of these already and they are such great blenders. I used one last month for an impromptu birthday present. If I won these, they would go in my stash for other projects to come because they are so versatile!

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    Lindsey F. says:

    I started working on my Christmas gifts and I am sure they would get used in some of the projects I have in mind.

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    Margaret says:

    I know that I would use them. Since I always have a project on the go–quilt, bags, gifts, etc., it wouldn’t be hard to find a place for such lovely fabrics!

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    Jane says:

    Oh my, these are beautiful. What would I do with them? After looking at them, holding them, patting them, stroking them, spreading them all out, falling in love with them…. I think they’d make an awesome zig zag quilt.
    Thanks for such a gorgeous giveaway!

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    Lee G says:

    Such gorgeous colours ! I already have bits and pieces of some of Pat Bravo’s other ranges and these will be great blenders to add to my stash for maybe a scrap quilt ? To be added to my to-do list :-)

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    amy g says:

    Adorable fabrics, I would love to win them!! They are so colorful; I would have to make a little baby quilt for tummy time fun :)

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    Lisa says:

    I would make a half square triangle quilt. I’d pair them with a neutral solid. The are so lovely, the colours are so deep and beautiful.

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    jennifer Adams says:

    I joined a rainbow charm swap with Jennifer @ Ellisonlane. I would add this to my charms and finally have enough to make my quilt. Thanks to Pat and you for the chance to win.

  12. 12
    Tara says:

    Ohh beautiful! I would probably make a play mat quilt for my yet-to-be-born new neice!

  13. 13
    Hannah says:

    These look like great stash builders! I’d definitely put them to use in all kinds of upcoming quilts. Thanks for the giveaway!

  14. 14
    Jess says:

    Beautiful fabrics! I could imagine them making a gorgeous quilt or used within a variety of projects with other prints and solids. Maybe some great bags. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    laura says:

    Hi Faith! Looks like more beautiful fabric!

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    Amanda says:

    I think i would just sit them on my lap and pat them for quite some time.

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    Lynne says:

    I would make a quilt to donate to the local hospital through our community quilting group.

  18. 18

    If I owned these FQ, I would have to covet them for a while. Then they would make their appearance in future quilts. They are beautiful!

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    Agata says:

    I would probably make a graden lattice quilt

    Great fabric

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    Julie says:

    Lovely fabrics! I would use these in a triangle quilt I am dying to get started on. Thank you for the giveaway.

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    Sarah M says:

    Wow, what a generous giveaway! I am having a baby in ~5 weeks, and I can guarantee you these fabrics would end up in one of his/her baby quilts. We decided not to find out the sex, so the range of colors to add to my collection would be very helpful!!

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    Jill says:

    Pretty sure I’d do a baby quilt – several are due in my world!!

  23. 23
    Jennifer says:

    Love these! I would use them in a wonky log cabin quilt.

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    Michele says:

    I would make a quilt. Polka dots are always my favorite.

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    Tonni says:

    Ooooh… These are GREAT fabrics that would make a wonderful quilt, don’t you think?!?!

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    Tracey says:

    These are such beautiful fabrics. I just saw a pattern for a robot quilt and these would be perfect to get those robots started!!

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    Mary Jo Jones says:

    I LOVE these! I would use them in a purse so that I could see them all the time. I have a pattern that would be perfect! Thanks so much…hope I win.

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    Ali says:

    I am dotty for spots! It’s a beautiful collection. Perfect for the projects I have planned for Christmas pressies.

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    Sequana says:

    Borders, bindings…..pieces of backing to add interest – and that’s only a beginning. :)

    Thx to you and Pat for this chance.

  30. 30
    Julie Averill says:

    What beautiful fabric :) I would probably use some for a baby quilt for my great nephew and use some for a bag for myself. Great give away. Thanks

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    Jenna Maine says:

    Very nice! I like the idea of bindings.

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    Kim Q says:

    I’d have to find a simple pattern for them to allow each piece of fabric to star in the design. Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Michele says:

    They are beautiful. What would I do? A set of placemats, a quilt, a tablerunner? Options are limitless.

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    Melanie says:

    What gorgeous fabrics, I LOVE the colors! I would definitely make something for myself with them!!

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    susan l says:

    They are amazing, I have just got a new job teaching textiles next year and one of the classes I will be teaching, has a task of making a patchwork quilt. I would use this fabric to make a quilt to inspire the students with thier owns designs and creations.

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    Angela says:

    Here colors and feel are so amazing! I would use them with my color wheel charms in the big Lynn-Bob square pants quilt!

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    Mary says:

    they are beautiful. I think they would work well in most of your quilt patterns, especially the stepping stones. Thanks for the giveaway. Mary

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    Linz says:

    Oh my! Those are SO beautiful!!! **swoons**

    Speaking of Swooning, I think these would be lovely in a Swoon Quilt. I love that pattern!! :)

    Thanks for hosting this awesome giveaway!

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    Liane R says:

    I am wanting to start a new quilt for my very own bed. I am wanting something bright and fun. I haven’t picked a pattern but these would be a perfect addition!

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    Marjorie says:

    Oh this fabric is beautiful!!! I would have to put it in a very modern quilt pattern…have no idea which one, but almost any of the QAL patterns would be wonderful..thank you for this.

  41. 41

    Wow – how awesome! These go so nicely with everything….I wouldn’t use them on just one quilt. A little bit of each print could end up in A LOT of quilts!! Thanks for hosting Faith!

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    Sandi K. says:

    Such beautiful fabric! I’m a fairly new quilter and get so much inspiration from all the blogs! My mom-in-law asks me all the time where I get my ideas from and I just say “Well, I was reading this blog…” I’m sure I could find an idea for these fabrics as well!

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    Amy says:

    Why I would luse them here and there in various quilts. They are beautiful! Thank you.

  44. 44

    oh so beautiful and generous – i can only imagine the things that i would make! a perfectly oval baby quilt, patchwork zippered pouches, or an ovalish quilted case for my new computer. how exciting!

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    Kelsey says:

    What a great giveaway! I would probably make either a zig-zag quilt or a Swoon quilt…or just add them to my stash until I found the perfect project :) Thanks so much for having the giveaway!

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    Lou says:

    i have always loved circles~I would make a quilt and some cute layered ruffle skirts for my granddaughters with them! thanks to you and pat for this generous offer!!

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    nydia kehnle says:

    Awesome Giveaway! I am in the process of making a rainbow quilt these would be an awesome addition.

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    Melissa says:

    I think a zig zag quilt might be in order! What a generous giveaway!

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    Emily says:

    Beautiful fabrics. I’ve been looking at others warm/cool quilts with half-square triangles, but lack in the warm colors of my stash. I think these would make a great warm/cool quilt.

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    Aylin says:

    I would love to have these fantastic fabrics.

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    Aylin says:

    Oh, and maybe I would make a string-quilt!!!

  52. 52
    Taz says:

    Gorgeous! I love the vibrant colors of these oval elements and think they’d be a great for lining mini pouches!

  53. 53
    Ruth says:

    Wow, are those pretty fabrics! I see doll quilts and matching pillowcases.

  54. 54
    Heidi says:

    It is like Christmas!! A zig zag would be so happy in these, but maybe it would be appropriate for Lizzy House’s new Colorist pattern?!?!

  55. 55
    Nina says:

    Thanks for the giveaway! Mhmm… My inspiration? I would make a Rainbowquilt with the Kaleidosdoscopic Tutorial.

  56. 56

    That is so awesome, Faith!!! I love these Oval Elements – and I think I would love to tackle something like a sampler quilt, like the Farmer’s Wife or the Summer Sampler, in these super fun fabrics :)

  57. 57
    Laura says:

    I love these fabrics, they go with almost everything! These would be great additions to some Christmas gift quilts I am making.

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    candy says:

    I would make a modern dresden plate with them. They are gorgeous. thank you

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    marg says:

    So lovely.. I would start by making myself a kindle cover and then make some Christmas presents for the family

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    Pam Huntert says:

    How beautiful … love, love, love the colors! I would make a quilt for my daughter’s friend who is going in for back surgery … she is only 14 and I wanted to give her something of comfort!

    Thank you so much for the opportunity to win! 8)

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    susan says:

    I love matching fabrics…..and I KNOW these feel wonderful. I am in.

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    Jen Latourette says:

    these are beautiful! I would love to make a few patchwork pillows to liven up my living room.

  63. 63
    KtMae says:

    Yummy fabric. These would be awesome for the bottled rainbows quilt. Some might end up in my 1st quilt for myself.

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    Emily says:

    I’ve been working on some Christmas related crafts recently – I think these would be so perfect for a Christmas star quilt!

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    quilterbell says:

    These fabrics are gorgeous! They will look great on a quilt for my bedroom!, thank you for the giveaway!

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    Pam says:

    Ooooh I love love these! I think these would make a perfect rainbow spectrum style smattering of hexies.

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    mjb says:

    I’d probably stash these for awhile, but they’d make great borders and bindings!

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    Tiffany says:

    Oh, these are beautiful! I would love to add them to my stash, and maybe make a few HST square in square rainbow pillows.

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    Gill says:

    Beautiful fabrics! These would be perfect for a colour wheel quilt!

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    Betty Ayers says:

    Oh, what a wonderful giveaway and just in time! I’ve ordered the pattern Dot-to-Dot and this collection would be used, almost entirely, in that wonderful quilt. How beautiful! Many thanks for the chance.

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    Jana K says:

    So pretty! I am making two new quilts for my kids beds, and these would make great additions!

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    sarah says:

    wonky. star. quilt.


    thanks for the giveaway!
    love your blog…

  73. 73
    Anne says:

    Polka dots!! I can’t think of a project I wouldn’t use them in!!

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    Bethany says:

    I think I’d make a quilt out of Mosaic blocks from the Summer Sampler.

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    Elizabeth says:

    Oh what fun! I would use some in my mini quilts but definitely make dresdens with them….so pretty : )

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    angela says:

    Yum, I love these fabrics. Thank you for the giveaway! I hope I win. I never win anything!

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    Sarah E says:

    Even tho they are prints of ovals I’m thinking they’d make it into my hexi-gone-mad quilt. I think the quilt wants to be queen sized and so more beautiful fabric like this is needed. That and a pink quilt I’m working up for my niece for Christmas. Thanks for the give a way!

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    Mama Spark says:

    I have a couple of these fabrics and I love them!! I have been collecting some of them for a peacock quilt I have planned for my daughter. I would love to be able to add to the prints I already have!

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    Kelly O. says:

    How generous!!! I LOOOVe the oval elements! they are the perfect ooomph in any project! i’d like to add them to a polka dot quilt i have in the works.

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    Caitlin says:

    Oh man, I LOVE oval elements!! I’m already making a kaleidoscope quilt using some of them, but my LQS doesn’t carry all of the colors. I would love to add these to the project! :) Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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    Cindy Tipton says:

    I’d make scrappy quilt bindings. Love the dots!

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    Jane says:

    Thanks to both of you for the wonderful giveaway! Quilts are about all I think about, but I don’t know a particular pattern that I’d use. Have to admit I’d spend a lot of time just admiring it!

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    elsa says:

    Well ~ for one thing ~ I love polka dots. I think I have more in my stash than anything else. Second, I’d incorporate them into a quilt. I don’t have a particular pattern in mind right this minute, but I’m sure the right one would come along.
    Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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    elena says:

    Loooove those dots, and the colors are brilliant. They’re perfect for a quilt but I’m sure I will use some to make a handbag :)

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    Liz says:

    A quilt of course! I’ve been wanting these for a while now, specifically for a quilt.

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    laurel says:

    wow – with a whole FQ set, i could do some superfun quilting! i’ve been dying to try the garden fence quilt, and could see all the Oval Elements playing really nicely with the graphic, linear “fence.”


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    katie says:

    I love these!! I should use them in a quilt for my best friend who just had a baby… But, maybe I can use them for that and for a little something for me too. They are beautiful!!! Love the colors and how “fun” they are!

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    Amy says:

    Please do put my name in the hat.

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    Megan L says:

    I’m not sure exactly what I’d do with them, but I know a quilt of some kind would be in their future. No doubt about that.

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    DebrafromMD says:

    These fun prints would be perfect for a kids quilt.

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    Alecia says:

    These are one of my favorite piecing staples! And they have such a great feel, don’t they! Would love to with this one. :)

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    Cheryl says:

    I immediately thought these colours would make a perfect zig zag quilt.

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    Laura Jane says:

    Oh they’re so lovley and scrummy and colourful! I would use them as the basis for a colourwheel quilt, adding in some of the charms I got from a swap earlier this year. Thanks for the AMAZING giveaway!

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    Jessica says:

    I can see lots of interesting bindings in these fabrics…..

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    Laura T says:

    These are such great fabrics. I’d work them into a hexagon quilt I have planned. Thanks to you and Pat for such a great giveaway!

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    jane says:

    I’d make japanese plus and x blocks

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    Cara says:

    Umm, I was JUST salivating over these ovals online this weekend. Coincidence? Fate? I would give them such a good home…

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    KellyS says:

    What a wonderful stash builder! I would use them in quilting and probably a ton of other projects, clothes I want to make for the kids, toys/plushies for the kids, etc. Thank you and thank Pat for another amazing giveaway!

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    Dianne says:

    They’re gorgeous! How cool would it be to have a farmers wife type quilt with those? Sounds good to me!

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    such beautiful fabrics, first i would finish up all of my christmas projects and then dive into some fun designs with custom bags…

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    Kristin says:

    If I won I would spend some time caressing the fabric and then finally find the courage to cut it up into little bits to make a quilt. The bed in my guest room/sewing room definitely needs a quilt!

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    Michelle says:

    Oh, what beautiful fabrics! If I was the lucky winner, once I had spent some time just admiring them and sorting and petting, I would use them as blenders in as many projects as possible. I do believe they would make a great Kaliedoscopic Kites quilt. Thanks Faith & Pat for such a wonderful giveaway.

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    Emma says:

    I love these! I’ve been thinking of doing something bright and colorful with lots of HST’s, these would be perfect for that!

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    Mary Malone says:

    I would make a “circle” quilt with white background and ??? for sashing or maybe NO sashing. Thanks for the chance!

  105. 105

    I have been wanting to do a color wheel quilt & I need some texture. This would be perfect!! I love your blog by the way, keep up the good work. January T.

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    Karen Moore says:

    Oh my gosh I LOVE this line. These would make great blenders in ANY quilt. LOVE!

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    Lisa says:

    Oo I would use them to make a bag! Or in a quilt..there are just too many uses!

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    Lynn says:

    Dots and pinwheels! Perfect combination!

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    Laura says:

    Pinwheel quilt, absolutely. Beautiful fabrics, pick me me me!

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    Krista E says:

    oh my! How beautiful! I would look at them for a good while, I might even bring them to work to spend some more time looking at them. Then I would definitely make a quilt for myself. :) Maybe even a wallhanging for my new sewing room.
    Thank you for this giveaway!

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    Jeni says:

    OY! LOVE these fabrics so much! I might have most of them already.. heheh :) I love using these fabrics for everything, they are perfect blenders. If I won this giveaway though, I would just stack these up and stare at them! Or, make a quilt with just them!

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    Cindy says:

    I have couple of pieces of oval elements and just love them! I think they make excellent basics for a stash. You can use them again and again!

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    Sarah says:

    This is an amazing giveaway! Would love these for a quilt. I could also see them making some pretty skirts for my preschool daughter!

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    Sara says:

    what beautiful fabrics! If I won, i’d probably use them in a rainbow-y hexagon project i’m planning.

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    Ashley G. says:

    I would use that beautiful color array as some of the fabrics to make your tutorial For kaleidoscope kites. I have wanted to make it forever but don’t have enough color variety in my stash. This would be the perfect boost of color I need. Thanks Faith and Pat for the chance to win!

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    Karen says:

    These are sooo cute!! I have been wanting to try my first ever rag quilt, which I see you have a pattern for. I think these would be great for that. The “polka dot rag quilt”!!!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Katie in Texas says:

    These are beautiful! I would love to make a zig zag quilt and think these would be great with a gray background! Thanks for the chance

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    Kathy says:

    I would use these fabrics in the funky quilt I am currently making for my granddaughter. My goal is to have it done for Christmas so I have plenty of time to add these fantastic fabrics to the design.

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    CaroleM says:

    Oh I love those! I know I would make some kind of a wonderful quilt with those, and even have in mind who it might end up being for!!

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    Ashley C says:

    Oh love the colors! They seem perfect for blending in with other collections!

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    jennifer says:

    What a fabulous giveaway1 I have a few quilt patterns in mind that they would fit nicely with.. or maybe some pouches, or some pendants — on the possibilities are endless :)

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    Julie says:

    These fabrics are beautiful! I think I would make some cool, modern bags/totes with these. Thank you!

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    Leah says:

    ooh beautiful! they’d go straight into my stash, and probably be used on every quilt I make from now until the end of time.

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    strixxvaria says:

    These are so beautiful! I have a couple of them, and have been dreaming about having a full set! I would use them in some paper piecing projects, which my mother-in-law recently taught me how to do (beginner quilter here).

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    Jen says:

    These are beautiful! I would use some to make cosmetic bags for Christmas gifts!

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    duff says:

    oh, I’ve been eyeing a stack of these on Etsy! There’s something about the circles that is so serene! I did purchase 2 of the offered colors and it was love at first touch! I’d be thrilled to win these and i think I’d start with a sampler quilt top (the swoon pattern would be drool-worthy, no?) ♥ thanks Faith & send my thanks to Pat Bravo!

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    diana says:

    Oh, my! These fabrics are just perfect! I would love to make a quilt with the simple ones [no contrast, same colour in the bubble and outside] and make some really cool combinations with solids and prints with the other ones. This truly feels like Christmas here :)

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    Tamara says:

    The fabrics are lovely. I would use a portion of them in a ruffled apron and the other half in a quilt.

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    Sarah N says:

    WoW!!!! What a fantastic giveaway! Hmmm….what would I do with all that fabric. Sprinkle its loveliness through all of my current projects!

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    PennyDog says:

    Ooh lovely, I’d make a strippy quilt for my sister :)

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    carrie says:

    love love love that fabric!

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    karen adams says:

    These are beautiful! My daughter and I are new to quilting and would love to make our second quilt with these fabrics.

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    Susanne says:

    These colours are awesome! They would make a perfect spider web or maybe a postage stamp quilt with white squares to show the colours.

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    Julie says:

    oh wow!,thanks for the great giveaway. i am not sure what i’d do with them. probably just stare at them for a long time, until i decide. i like to do that.
    pick me!

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    Sue says:

    I would use these beautiful fabrics to make a quilt! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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    Cille says:

    I love these – I’m already using a few of them in my BOM but didn’t even realise there were that many color options.

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    Amy B. says:

    Beautiful colors!! I would probably make a Half Square Triangle quilt with it. I am loving those right now!

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    Flaun says:

    If they’re super soft (I haven’t seen them in person), I would make a pillow case for my daughter. We just redecorated her room. Otherwise, maybe a throw pillow – because a girl can’t have enough of those!

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    phyllis says:

    beautiful fabrics with a universal appeal that would fit into most any quilt or bag i make this coming year. such generosity–thanks for the opportunity!!

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    Anita says:

    Much to my husband’s cagrin, I would make another quilt. A while back, he asked me if we had enough quilts? You can probably guess my response.

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    Paula says:

    Beautiful line! I’d use them for pouches and small bags; I plan to make several of these for Christmas gifts. Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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    Leanne says:

    I would love to win those beauties to use in a lot of things. I would use them in bee blocks and to add to the rainbow log cabin quilt I am making and for some patchwork bags I plan to make for Christmas presents. I would use them in many many projects until the last scrap was done.

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    Linn says:

    Perfect for a rainbow zigzag quilt! Love the line.

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    Tiffanie says:

    Gorg Fabrics. If i won these i would use them to finally create a quilt for me :) All my quilts always seem to make their way out of my home into someone elses, which i love. But i think my couch is getting a bit lonely :)

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    Margaret says:

    For a long time, I would savor these fabrics – just look at them and touch them. And once I found the right pattern (after putting off the inevitable), I would cut into them and create a joyous quilt.

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    Susan J says:

    I would love to win these great fabrics. I have a pattern that I have designed and would like these colors to make a sample.

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    MiChal says:

    I’m thinking little presents for my friends — slippers, tiny purses, etc.

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    Ali says:

    There are so many possibilities. Probably little pouches though! :)

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    Ellen Ban says:

    Pat and her fabrics are the best! I’d use them in some of my monochromatic quilt blocks I am working on. Thanks for a chance to win!

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    Staci says:

    The fabrics are so pretty, and making the spots ovals instead of dots was a brilliant move. If I were the lucky winner, I know there would be a spotty quilt in my future! Thanks to you both for the giveaway.

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    Sally Fisher says:

    WOW!! I just love these fabrics. I would probably just stare at them for a while and enjoy the colors until I finally can up with my perfect solution. Thanks for the opportunity.

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    amylouwho says:

    Faith! These are gorgeous! Ever since the sewing summit I’m realizing that my stash is full of big bright prints and I don’t have a lot of “blender” prints to fill out my stash. I love polka dots or anything like that so these are great! I’m currently in love with dresden plates and would certainly use these! I might even mix them with the Kona charm pack I got in my swag bag!

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    Jen says:

    Oh my gosh, I love these. I’m totally into rainbow colored quilts lately, so I’d probably make a quilt using the colors of the rainbow.

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    Marsy says:

    Look at all those spots! I think they would make terrific stuffies. I have a bunch of patterns that I can think of that would be great! (Elephants anyone?)

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    Jenn says:

    So beautiful! I’d probably make them a quilt- either for my 3yr old or my best friend who lives in Alaska and could use such bright colors in the dark winters! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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    Emily says:

    i would make a quilt of course! maybe i’d separate the colors a bit but still, a quilt for sure.

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    Deanna says:

    I would make your lemon squares quilt. So cute!

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    Kate says:

    I don’t necessarily have an idea in mind for these fabrics, but I KNOW I could come up with one very quickly. I’ve loved the look of them since I first saw them!

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    Sheila says:

    I love these, and would love to have some in my stash! I’m rather cash-strapped right now so I’m giving all handmade for Christmas…if I won I’m sure that these would find their way into more than one gift!

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    Rebecca S says:

    I really really want to make an all solids and polka dots quilt for myself. And I agree about the feel of the fabric, I got the light purple in a bundle from Etsy, and then when I had the chance to buy the turquoise I grabbed it because they feel sooo beautiful!

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    bee says:

    Ya’ll are so generous with your giveaways. These would be great in a toddler quilt or coordinated with some solids for Christmas stockings.

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    Hallie says:

    I would love to do some sort of a modern rainbow quilt using these fabrics and solids that match. Oh so beautiful, thanks for the chance to win!

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    Katy says:

    Oh these are beautiful! I think they would make fabulous bag and purse linings – perfect to perk anyone up as soon at they opened them with their bright, cheery colours

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    Lindsay F says:

    I think these would make a fabulous quilt. And then a carrying case for my good set of colored pencils with the left over.

    lindsay (dot) forgette (at) gmail (dot) com

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    Mitzi says:

    I would use them in a quilt! I have some of her fabrics and I just LOVE the feel of them, they are so wonderful! Great giveaway!

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    Angie says:

    I would use them in a quilt of course :) Beautiful fabric!! Thanks for the chance to win them!!

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    Crystal says:

    These would be great to use for mixers. Thanks for a very, very generous giveaway!! They are beautiful!

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    Brenna says:

    I’mmplanning a rainbow zigzag quilt and these would be perfect!

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    Absolutely gorgeous! Love the colors — might be fun to experiment with a values piece?

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    Meg says:

    I love how colorful these fabrics are and I have been wanting to make a Swoon Quilt! Thanks for this super give away!

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    Lindsay W says:

    What a great giveaway!
    I would probably split them up and use them in many different projects! Great stash builders :)

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    Ella says:

    Ooo..I’d use them in a bunch of things…a quilt I’ve currently got in the works, pockets for a bag in process, oooo…a pillow! I would want them in as many places as I could find places for them…These are luscious!

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    Melissa says:

    I’ve got a color story quilt swirling around in my head based on the bathroom floor of the Hilton. :) I would use these fabrics in that quilt.
    Thanks to Pat for offering this giveaway! She’s a doll. :)

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    Lyanna L. says:

    Oh pick me! pick me! I will use these for some xmas gifts I’m making. =) Thanks!!

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    Maria says:

    Oh my gosh – what WOULDN’T I do with these? They are beautiful, and could stand alone in a quilt or mix & play nicely with other fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Hilary says:

    I would make the amazing place mats from the 12 days of Christmas.

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    sharonj says:

    Love this line! Such beautiful fabric they would be wonderful in a Double Wedding ring quilt, which is on my mighty “to do list”. Thank you!

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    Lindsey says:

    If I won this giveaway, I would use the fabric to make pillow covers based on your kaleidoscope kits quilt pattern. So exciting!

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    Marsel says:

    I would use them to make my own version of the “Warm Cool quilts” (ie alternating stripes of warm colors and cool colors) I have seen on several blogs lately!

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    isa says:

    This is such a lovely give away.
    I would love to turn these pretty fabrics into a quilt for my sister.
    She will turn 26 in december and she doesn’t own a quilt yet ;)

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    Darlene says:

    These are Fantastic! I’d use them for a lot of projects! The one that comes to mind right away is the quilt I’ve been planning in my head (forever) for my husband. If I won these, I’d dive right into making it for him!

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    Ann-Marie says:

    Oh my goodness! what a beautiful stack of fabrics!
    I can picture a beautiful quilt!

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    Kelly says:

    What a great giveaway! Thanks! I would pet these pretty fabrics until the perfect project came along….a quilt maybe but they call for something a little spicier than that!

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    Deb Myers says:

    LOVE ‘Em! Fabulous Colors! I’d keep it plain and simple, BUT smashing! I think 5″ patchwork squares would do the trick~~ nothing but squares…’ya just can’t loose with that one!!

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    Colby says:

    I would make my first rainbow piece. I’ve never had all of the colors before to do it correctly.

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    Robin says:

    These little beauties would enter my stash and make their way into some lovely project!! I typically have around 5 projects going at once so I’m sure it wouldn’t take long to get them into the rotation! THanks for the chance!

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    These are awesome! I have been dying to make a plus sign quilt and this is such a great range of color for that!

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    Jamie says:

    Oh my – the possibilities are endless! I would probably just stare and admire them for awhile and then after that….carefully cut into some of them and use ‘em in a Christmas quilt for my nephew….THANKS for the opportunity! :)

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    Kookykutz says:

    Cirlces quilt of course!

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    KZK says:

    I would make the coolest quilt EVER! :) I’d go for something angular, since the fabrics are spotty — maybe Wonky Stars?!!?

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    Rebecca says:

    I have at least 2 quilts in my mind that these would be PERFECT for – thank you so much for the generous giveaway!!! :)

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    Dina P says:

    I need a wall hanging quilt to brighten up my office at work. These are gorgeous!

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    Heather says:

    So hard to know what to do with those, they are all so beautiful. Some quilt, for sure, maybe a wonky stars??

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

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    Kimberly says:

    Gorgeous fabrics. I would love to make my daughter a rainbow patchwork skirt. Since rainbow is her favorite color. :) Thank you!

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    vickey says:

    I’m thinking either nine patch or wonky blocks. Thanks for the chance to win!!

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    NICE giveaway! I love the new Oval Elements colors. I would love to make an entire quilt out of these!

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    Annaliese says:

    Pat Bravo is an amazing designer AND a generous person?? How sweet!! I I’ve wanted to do a double wedding ring quit for ages and these would be perfect to get me started!

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    Debbie says:

    oh, would I love this!! I would most likely use them as stash fabrics for an extra-special touch to many a quilt!

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    Megan says:

    Ooooh, do I have to do more than just pet them? But seriously, these would just make a fabulous addition to my stash and I’m sure make their way into all kinds of patchwork.

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    Cosmos says:

    I would use them in a twin size quilt.

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    Christine M. says:

    I would probably make a zig zag quilt for my daughter. The colors are beautiful. Thanks for the chance to win. Merry Christmas.

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    Erin says:

    I have a baby quilt to make for a good friend of mine, these would absolutely find their way into it.

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    Kathleen says:

    I finally bought the Material Obsessions 2 book, with the intention of attempting the Charlotte Sometimes quilt. These would be perfect for all the bits of color.

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    Rebecca says:

    I would love to use these for some quilt binding, for some little pouches, and for some pockets and handles for totes I’m making. Such a fun line!

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    Suzy says:

    These are awesome! They’d be great in a quilt, or binding a quilt.

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    Lisa says:

    Those are nice! I don’t have any ideas right off the top of my head, but I would definately use them.

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    Natalie says:

    I would love to win these fabrics just to have in my stash and use a little bit in every project! They just look like they would work so well with so many other prints I already own! Great rainbow colors too :)

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    Midge says:

    These would be the perfect fab for a turning 20 I have in mind for my sisters birthday :)

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    Paty Z says:

    I followed your suggestions about Pat Bravo´s fabric, looked it up and you were 100% right. The collection is very fresh and modern, the colors are amazing.
    I would do a quilt for one of my teenager nieces, the fabric matches her perfectly! Thanks for the chance

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    Sharon T says:

    These would work so well with my stash! I love scrappy…possibly a cross quilt.

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    These are beautiful fabrics. I would be so excited to win them in your giveaway! I would use them to make a piced and quilted picnic blanket.

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    charlotte says:

    I would make up a quilt…mix in some solids & that is it. I think all the ovals are so cool without any fancy prints added in :)

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    Anna-Maria says:

    Beautiful fabrics! I love the small print it has.

    If I win I would make a nice colorful rainbow quilt to brighten the days here in Sweden during the wintermonths. Today it got dark around 4.30 pm and the days are just getting shorter and shorter…

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    Birgit says:

    After celebrating that I finally win something so fabulous – and without florals – I would thrill my local guild with matched seams and flawless color value quilting! Seriously I have color and polka dots on my mind – but all with a twist – exactly what I am looking for.

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    Andrea VH says:

    I love these. I don’t have anything like them in my stash and I would love to make a quilt with a neutral to showcase all these gorgeous colors. Or… use them for binding, or a baby quilt or…so many possibilities!

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    Kelly Rasmussen says:

    These are so beautiful!! I would use these to decorate my brand-new granddaughter’s room with a quilt, wall hanging, and burp cloths, etc as they can’t afford to do too much themselves and the room has to stay a pale grey all that color would be great in there. I love these fabrics and the opportunity to use them all together would be a lovely and creative challenge of love!

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    Sara says:

    I would love to make a polkadot-ish string quilt so I’d add this to the growing pile of dots I am building!

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    Diane says:

    looks like a new totebag might be in order with these

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    Sarah says:

    I love them – her fabrics are so gorgeous… and one is featured on my blog header, even!

    I have been DYING over a polka dot HST that I saw on flickr and pinterest… I would make that in a heartbeat!

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    Carolyn says:

    My first thought is that they’d be perfect for the baby quilt I’ve been mulling over for the long-long-long (ten years!) first child of my nephew. Adorable with some minky and stripes.

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    Kelsey says:

    One of the best parts of these fabrics is how great of blenders they are with other fabrics. I wouldn’t use them all in one project, but would instead use them through out many bees, swaps, quilts, and other sewing projects. :)

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    Diane says:

    Wow! That is beautiful! I am thinking a bag/purse, a quilt, or some skirts for my little daughter. :)

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    I’d make a cute quilt with those pretty dot fabrics!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Tamie says:

    I’m making a rainbow zig zag right now and some of these would fit in perfectly. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

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    April says:

    1) hoard
    2) make some small purses
    3) possibly use some in a planned loulouthi quilt

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    Annie says:

    I’d make the Wave quilt! No doubt about it. It would look great. I can already imagine it. Thanks for all you do.

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    Judi says:

    Love the blues and citruses! This would make an amazing quilt :)

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    Megan says:

    These are beautiful and would be great for a baby quilt for the little one I am expecting!

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    Gidget says:

    Pretty fabrics! I think they would work perfect in the Swoon pattern I’ve been waiting to use or maybe even a Carpenters star…

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    Leila says:

    Oh my word! I have had my eye on these for awhile. So many things I could do, but I would just probably carry them around with me and pet them and say, “aren’t they beautiful?” until my husband lost his mind. ;)

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    Tiffany says:

    I would first try not to drool on them because wow – they are just that yummy! I would then probably make them into a simple charm square patchwork quilt because I love all the colors together and this would be so bright and cheery to snuggle on a cold snowy winter evening! Love this line!

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    Danae says:

    Oooh! That is GORGEOUS!!! I would die to make Christmas presents from that! Love it!

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    CitricSugar says:

    I’ve always wanted to do a subtly changing colour rainbow-type quilt. Those would be perfect!


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    Kadybug says:

    I would definitely be making a rainbow quilt with this assortment. Something I have wanted to try for awhile. With all the circles I might have to call it a fizzy rainbow quilt!

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    Lynda H says:

    What would I do with these fabrics? Firstly I would just like to fan them out and stare at them for hours and hours – I am sure that an inspiration will come to me shortly – meanwhile I would just like to enjoy them and all their yumminess!

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    Roxanne Moranty says:

    beautiful fabric thanks for the chance to win.

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    Rosemary says:

    Pun intended….BRAVO! Great giveaway!

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    Katie B says:

    Yay! Thanks to you and Pat! These would definitely go into my stash and pop up in lots of future quilts!

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    PJ says:

    How lovely and generous! And yummy fabric!

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    Jeannette says:

    I would so love to incorporate them into my quilts!!

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    h2ogirl says:

    Because of the layout you provided. . I would make a star, dresden plate, or a some other layout that can provide the range of colors. I adore the white/black fabric. Thanks for the lovely giveaway!

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    Andrea C says:

    a patchwork quilt!

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    Lindsay says:

    I would make a rainbow-licious quilt with these fabrics–so fun!

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    sarah says:

    Wow! Those are gorgeous!! I would put those beauties in my stash and use them in EVERYTHING! Those look like awesome stash builders!

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    Those are so beautiful fanned out like that! I’m very bad at buying basics, so these would be a perfect addition to my stash. And in the plans right now is an aqua, grey and yellow quilt, and some of these would slot perfectly into that. Thanks Faith and Pat!

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    nancy says:

    I’d love to combine these with large scale prints for zip bags, thanks for the giveaway.

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    Lisa Marie says:

    I am working on a long list of lap quilts to give as Christmas gifts. I know these fabrics would look great in several of them! I am always drawn to circles, dots and swirls and think these fabrics look wonderful.

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    Wendy Close says:

    I would use these to flush out a lap quilt.
    thanks for the opportunity.

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    Julie says:

    Every time I see these come up in a giveaway I enter. I have been trying to get my hot little hands on these for quite some time! I don’t have a plan for them (which is why I haven’t just outright bought some yet!). They would go in my stash for now and would most definitely enhance it! I have plan for a couple of quilts in bright, saturated colors and these would most definitely be helpful when I get to the fabric pulling stages for those! Thanks Pat and Faith for another chance to win!

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    Natasha says:

    These would go into my stash for a bit and then some would be made into hexagons!

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    April says:

    What lovely fabrics! I would incorporate some of the monochromatic prints into the Tokyo Subway Map quilt I am embarking on and all the leftovers would be an excellent addition to my itty bitty stash collection.

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    Beth Hammergren says:

    Love the bright colors of the fabrics. I do a lot of hand applique, so I could see these fabrics being used for flower, some of the dots could be animal eyes. There are so many possibilities. Thanks for the 2nd chance at the giveaway.

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    Kat Scott says:

    Would love to add these gorgeous fabrics to my next quilt! Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Jenn Noon says:

    I love this! I love rainbow colorways, and the geometric pattern is awesome!
    I would probably use this for my kids playroom…..I have been meaning to make them curtains, but nothing has really caught my eye that would be appealing for both them and me! Until now!

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    Ariane says:

    Rainbow quilt! Thanks for hosting the giveaway, I love Patricia Bravo’s prints.

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    Colleen says:

    Wow! Thanks to you and Pat for the generous giveaway! I’m planning a Spring-ish quilt with pieced tulips and butterflies, and these would be perfect!

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    Celly says:

    Adorable!!! Id definitely be makin a quilt and some pouch linings w those fab fabrics!

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    Jill says:

    What a fantastic and generous give away. Pat’s fabrics are just so beautiful.

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    micmac says:

    Pat is an incredible artist with a big heart. I love her fabrics! I have to thank Fresh Lemons Quilts(Faith=) for helping me discover Pat Bravo’s fabrics. To be honest, I am not sure how I would use them yet! I am thinking they would make some beautiful, cheery pillows!

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    Heather says:

    They would make a great rainbow quilt. But I also think that they would look beautiful in your Kaleidoscope Kite pattern or in a Warm Cool HST quilt like Lee’s from Freshly Pieced.

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    Karen White says:

    How beautiful! I think I’d let them star in a wonky log abin complemented with coordinating solids. Leftovers will be terrific stash builders. Thanks for the opportunity, k

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    Kati says:

    I LOVE these! I would make a quilt of course. I think it would be fun to make a quilt entirely of these prints. They are some of my favorite blenders and I have several colors already in my stash, but would adore the whole set.

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    Lynn Brown says:

    Yum! I would start a new quilt…maybe just a lap quilt or one for the end of my bed.

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    Alison A. says:

    I would make a quilt and matching bunting of course!

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    nicke says:

    oh how pretty pretty pretty. a person could not have enough dots in the stash. i would use them a little bit here and there and everywhere in all that i am currently sewing.

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    Oooooooohhh. What would I do with them?! In the immediate future, I’d arrange them in different piles, take pretty pictures of them, and generally just pet them and admire their beauty. :-) After that, the world is our oyster.

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    Molly says:

    I’ve had the summer sampler at the top of my to-do list and was thinking about doing it in solids, but I think these ovals would be perfect!

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    floribunda says:

    I have a big stack of patterns from which I’ve picked out a handful that I “definitely want to make soon” — and these dotty fabrics would be a perfect kick-start!

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    Cecilia says:

    I would use these as blenders in my projects. I love dots of all kinds and these would add that little extra pop to my quilts. Thak you Pat for the great giveaway.

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    Jen Berry says:

    Very nice. I would probably use some in the quilt I am thinking about making for my living room. And maybe stockings, I am thinking about making – some day. Your blog is great.

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    Wow, such a fabulous giveaway! I would definitely use some for some tote bags and a zip pouch- such a great addition to a stash. Fingers crossed- thanks for the chance to win Faith and Pat!

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    Ashley says:

    So pretty! I would make 2 rainbow baby quilts for my friend who is going to have twins :). Thanks for the opportunity.

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    Amanda says:

    Those fabrics are beautiful. I would make a polka dot quilt for my baby.

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    NQuinn says:

    I have a zillion quilt ideas, one for every dot in those fabrics probably. I would use these awesome basics to fill out the missing colors I need for a few scrap quilts I am making.

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    Rebecca says:

    I would make your Kaleidescope Kites quilt with these fabrics! Ive been ooogling that quilt forever!

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    EmilyW says:

    I’d make a quilt of some sort – maybe half-square triangles?

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    Teje says:

    Hi! When I saw those fabrics first time, I fall in love with them! I just love those tiny circles and beautiful colours! I’m making now a hexagon quilt and I would love to make a quilt with more mixed hexagons – perhaps one with warm colours and one with cold colours! Thank you for a change to win!

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    Glynette says:

    Wow—so beautiful!!!
    Could think of a million thinks to make!
    Love love love them!

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    Brenda says:

    I just moved, so I have lots of things to make! Bed quilts, wallhangings, pot holders – the list is long. They’re beautiful. Thanks.

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    robin says:

    LOVE those dotty circles. :) Or circly dots. I’d pair them up with some solids for a quilt.

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    Sabs says:

    Such cute fabric! I think I’d make a spotty rainbow quilt with a stripy binding for a very-nearly-one-year-old’s first birthday and if there was material left over I’d make smaller versions for my two kittens!

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    Dawn says:

    These are soooo yummy! Gosh, I can see them in a quilt for one of my granddaughters that will be a Christmas gift.

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    Lucy says:

    Holy stinkin’ awesome!! Nice work getting yourself noticed out in blogland :) More than a few of these could be the perfect compliment to a stack I’m building for my quilty couch coverup. Thanks!

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    Mary Smith says:

    Some of them would become a purse for me to carry. The rest would become unintentional drool rags while I stare at them and drool. So bright and cheery!


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    Briana says:

    If I won these, I would let them sit in a stack on my desk for a few weeks so I could look and them and smile every time I passed by because they are so pretty :) Then, eventually, I would probably make them into a paintbox quilt.

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    pretty, pretty, pretty. I would make… a colorwheel quilt. A la purl soho.

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    Heather S. says:

    Beautiful basics! I’m making grocery totes as Christmas gifts, and these would look amazing.

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    Jessica says:

    what wouldn’t I do with them? awesome stash builder!

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    Thanks! Well, I would use these as general blenders. They are great tonal prints and would be very useful!

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    dana says:

    It IS like early Christmas~! I am currently in the middle of “log-cabining” literally 10 years of strips and scraps into quilts, so I would use these to pop in a little modern color into the scraps!

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    Sharon says:

    These wonderful fabrics would look great in a couple of special quilt projects I about to start on! Thank you for this awesome giveaway!!

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    Ruth Griffin says:

    These are really gorgeous!

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    I would definitely love to add these to my stash. Such a great variety of color. I would love to incorporate them into various quilts and I bet some would make a fun scrappy binding on a mini quilt.

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    Amber says:

    I would use some with moda cross weaves in greens in a bento box quilt for my 12 year old nephew.

    The others I’d use in other projects – great blenders!

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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    MollyP says:

    These would be perfect for a bottled rainbows quilt. I just purchased Camille Roskelley’s Swoon pattern and Pat’s FQs would be great for that as well. Sweet giveaway, ladies! Thanks!

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    Cindy says:

    What great fabrics. My daughter is graduating and I want to make a quilt for her to take to college. These colors would be perfect.

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    Janet K says:

    wow! I’m not sure whether to use them all in one quilt or incorporate as fun elements into others. I’d need to touch them and pass them around within my stash to see!

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    Kori Ireland says:

    What would I do?Well, I’m just learning to quilt so I would use these in some projects as I learn! They look beautiful!

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    Annabella says:

    Oh wow – these fabrics are unbelievably beautiful. What a rainbow of colors! Thank you so much for hosting and to Pat of course. The winners are sure going to be lucky.

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    Jan says:

    These are gorgeous. I’ve seen a quilt pattern in a magazine I was sent recently for a sort of brick path block quilt and I think these would look fab in that pattern! Of course I’d want some scraps left over to add to the scrappy log cabin type quilt I’ve a mind to make!

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    Alisa says:

    I’d add a solid and make a quilt. I’m thinking triangles. Equilateral triangles. These are gorgeous!

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    Marcia R says:

    I think I would do another of the Greek Crosses quilt we finished in Sara and Jennifer’s Across the Sea QAL. Oh my Yes!

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    Alli says:

    If I didn’t hoard them, maybe I’d make a value HST quilt. Thanks for the chance to win! :)

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    sharon says:

    I have been collecting fabric with spots or dots
    I wanted to put them all together in a really colorful quilt
    these would help!

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    Jane says:

    Oh my….I really hope my comment is lucky today, love Pat Bravo fabrics! I’ve been eyeing the oval elements for a spiderweb design I’d like to make…maybe combined with some of her other fabric lines. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Debby says:

    pillows, quilts, baby bibs. the fabrics are beautiful.

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    Joree says:

    Thanks to you and Pat for such a generous giveaway! The fabric is absolutely gorgeous!

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    Florence says:

    Wow gorgeous colors !
    Cushions ? Probably cushions …

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    Kristy Jeffers says:

    I love these fabrics! I’m thinking maybe I’d include them in a “swoon” quilt on my to-do list.

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    Laura says:

    I am a brand new to sewing and just got my first sewing machine! I would love to have a starter collection of these beautiful fabrics….:)

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    Christi P says:

    I love these colors…thank you Pat for the generous gift!! I think that I would make a star quilt out of it. I have an Alex Anderson pattern that I am itching to make and this would go perfectly.

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    Jill B says:

    Well, the possibilities are endless, aren’t they? But these would definitely look great with coordinated fabrics in quilts. Many quilts.

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    Jen says:

    Wow, these really look beautiful! They’d work in very well with the quilts I have planned for my son and daughter. Thank you Pat and Faith for a terrific giveaway!

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    Cristina Schweitzer says:

    Wow! What a giveaway. The fabric line looks gorgeous. I’m all about circles. Love them. I’d add them to another quilt planned for my son and a baby quilt, and, and…. :-)

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    Sally says:

    This is an awesome giveaway! Thanks, Pat Bravo (and Faith, too, for saying yes on our behalf!)! I love these fabrics! I do have several pieces of this fabric and it IS so smooth and silky feeling. I would definitely love to have more and would just work them into various other projects as they come along. I’ve been wanting to make myself some throw pillows, so these might be a wonderful place to start.

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    Dawn P says:

    Loving the circles! I would probably use them for either some pillows or some grocery totes I want to make. Thanks!

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    sally says:

    i would sit and stare at these gorgeous fabrics for ever!!

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    I would use them as staples in my stash. I use single color fabrics a lot and am always on the lookout for them–they get priority in my stash space:) Thank you for the giveaway.

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    Sarah says:

    I think these would look cute cut in ovals and then appliqued!

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    Karin says:

    These are gorgeous! I’d love to add in some solids to create a modified log-cabin quilt or a bento-box quilt. I rotate through my smaller quilts on my porch swing and dining room table — these fabrics would make a terrific addition to the line up!

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    Dolores says:

    Hi Faith

    These fabrics are beautiful and I would love to own a set as I can see myself using them in a lot of projects. They are really good basics to own and having all those colours means that it will be easy to find a match for almost any collection. Thanks Pat for the giveaway, I have been eyeing off these fabrics online for a while now.


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    Jennifer says:

    I would totally make a dotted quilt. It would be so awesome!

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    Susan says:

    I love Art Gallery fabrics. I have already made one out of Girly Girly and have another kit that I have not dipped into yet.

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    Patrick says:

    Wow! What vivid colors. I would love to win these to make a baby quilt for my sister’s coming-soon daughter!

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    Anne says:

    Lovely. I’d use some to make some teacher gifts for the more than 10 teachers I have to make Christmas gifts for. Then I’d have lots of left over to make a quilt for myself :)

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    Angela A says:

    I would make some scrappy pillows for my couch.

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    jen says:

    They are really nice! I’d leave them on my desk and admire them for a bit… then I would make myself a quilt since I never did and I’ve had to take a hiatus since we put the house on the market 3 years ago! Now I’m settled into my new place and I need inspiration!!!

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    Marci Girl says:

    I think it would be really cool to make a quilt entirely of them! That would be awesome!

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    Jeannette says:

    Oh those look absolutely delish. I’m with the poster who said they thought it would be great to make a whole quilt from them. I think they’d make a really great baby quilt.

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    Nicole Beauchamp says:

    If I won these fabrics I would make my 16 month old daughter girlie quilt. Before she was born I made her a gender nutural quilt not knowing if she was a boy or girl. Now I think it is time to make her a pretty one. Thanks for the inspiration.

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    Aren’t they just gorgeous!!! I’m not sure which block pattern I would use, but I would love to make a quilt using the oval elements with matching solids. A simple block that shows off the colours and patterns would look lovely! Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Danette says:

    I love Pat Bravo fabrics!! I see the makings of a rainbow quilt in my future!

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    I have some of her other collections already, and I would love to add these in, to make a stunning quilt. I have seen a lot of rainbow quilts lately that I would love to make. Thanks for the giveaway.

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    Oh Wow! Pat is so generous! And so are you! I can’t believe how gorgeous they look all piled up. I would definitely take a few photographs of them and pet them for a while like everyone else. They would make great curtains and of course in tons of quilts. I would love to win my first Pat Bravo fabric stack.

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    Wow, those are so pretty. I’ll just be honest, I would probably just drool over them and stash them for a while, until I thought of a good project! I wish I could say I had something in mind, but my overload keeps me from dreaming up new projects these days. However, I can promise they’d be put to good use!

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    jackie says:

    WOW great fabric!!!!!!!!!!

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    Andrea says:

    These are so beautiful. I have them on my Christmas list for this year just in case I don’t win some. ;) I would love to make a fun set of napkins with them or maybe a set of pillows.

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    Kirsten N says:

    I have just bought the Swoon pattern after seeing all of the gorgeous versions of it on Camilles blog the other day so I think these would be perfect for a “Swoon” quilt.

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    Dawn says:

    I’ve been dying to make a tumbler quilt – these fabrics would be perfect!

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    Tong says:

    These are such great stash builders, they will be perfect to go with everything. I have to make 3 baby quilts, so these would be great with work with!

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    90milemissy says:

    Wow. How did I miss this the first time around. These are stunning.
    I would make a quilt for my 14 yr old daughter. She has been trying
    to find just the right material and I know this would be perfect for her.

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    Cara says:

    What a generous giveaway – would definitely be added to my stash plus am in the process of redecorating a bedroom and would love to make some cushions!!

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    Aimee says:

    The sunroom in my house is going to be redone in sunset colors. These fabrics would be absolutely perfect for a quilt for that room!

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    Tia says:

    My eldest (8 yrs old) is getting a little old for her Baby clothes quilt and these fresh and funky bright colours are exactly what i’ve been looking for, maybe in a zig zag configuration with lots of white sashing to allow the colours to “pop”. I’m sure she’d be well impressed!

    Thanks for opening the giveaway to international entries!

    Tia xxx

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    delia says:

    Very pretty! Would make some lovely Xmas ornaments.

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    Pam F. says:

    Not real sure what i would do but it wouldn’t matter because with those great fabrics it would be great!

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    Janet says:

    They would be perfect in the wedding quilt for my niece. Thanks so much for the great giveaway.

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    Monica says:

    LOVE ‘EM! ‘Nuff said.

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    sue says:

    Love those fabrics…I would make the happiest quilt imaginable!

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    M. T. says:

    Just found out a friend is going to have a baby…so I have a quilt to make! These would be wonderful to use.

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    Adele says:

    I’d spread them around since they are such perfect blenders

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    Allison C says:

    Love these fabrics. I would make myself something…maybe a bright drunkards path lap quilt.

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    Michelle Keenlyne says:

    I would make a circle quilt surrounded by white using all of the colors. Thanks for sharing!

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    After fondling them for a while I would use them for Christmas presents.

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    Kathy says:

    I’m working on christmas gifts already-little drawstring bags to hold goodies. These would be great! Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Nikki L says:

    The fabric is so beautiful! It would be perfect for a wall hanging combined with pictures of my 17 month old son!

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    Courtney says:

    They would be great fabrics to use in any of the quilts I am planning on starting. Until then, they will look lovely on my fat quarter shelf…

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    mims says:

    i’m going to try to make drawstring bags for ALL christmas gifts this year, and i’m sure some these would find their way into those.

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    Beth says:

    I love these fabrics!!! There are two possibilities: either a baby quilt for one of my friends (she is three days past her due date amd I am waiting to see if it is a boy or girl) – or a good start on collecting fabric to get started on the farmers wife quilt.

    Thanks so much for this great opportunity!

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    Enjoli says:

    ohh… so nice, good stash builders. I would use them to do Elizabeth Hartmans “Tokyo Subway Map”, they are perfect size and color!

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    Vanesa says:

    What a great give away! These are terrific stash builders, I would use them in bee blocks and my own projects since I need to build up the range of colors in my stash

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    Kristy says:

    Beautiful fabrics! I’d make a rainbow of wonky stars.

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    Grace N. says:

    These would be great! I’d probably make them into a string quilt.

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    Lori says:

    What would I do with them????? I don’t know, but a quilt with gorgeous florals would benefit from these patterns. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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    Rachel O. says:

    Such perfect fabrics! I think the question you should be asking is what WOULDN’T I do with them?

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    Lou says:

    I can see a beautiful quilt with those fabrics!!!!

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    Ivy P Motuyang says:

    love these fabrics, beautiful colours, thanks.

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    Theresa S says:

    These are some of my favorites! Thanks for the chance!

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    Carol says:

    These fabrics are beautiful, remind me of spring and here we are going into winter. Lots of perfect projects on Faith’s website for these great fabrics. But would have to make something for one or both of the granddaughters.

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    alli b says:

    I think I would just have to hoard them until the perfect project came along. They are just gorgeous!
    Thanks for the giveaway & thanks to Pat Bravo!

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    Stephanie says:

    I would add them to my stash and use in various projects! :). Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Cyndy Hearn says:

    WOW aren’t these gorgeous??? I’ve been going in circles trying to find the perfect circles/dots for a new quilt project. And what better than Patricia Bravo. Her booth just won at Quilt matket!!! Go Pat!!! Thanks Fresh Lemons

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    Cherie says:

    I have the perfect quilt pattern for this for someone who had been through countless fertility treatments without success, only to find out that a peanut is on the way with no help other than divine intervention :)

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    Debra Womack says:

    So pretty! I know I would make a bag or 2 for myself. Hmmm… I don’t know about the rest – but you can believe they wouldn’t go to waste!

    thanks for the giveaway!

    debra (dot) womack (at) gmail (dot) com

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    Kerry Murphy says:

    Ooooh!!! I’ve been itching to make a quilt with a bunch of “outlined” squares, but in really bright colors – these would be perfect – bright and fun prints! Thanks for the chance!

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    Erin says:

    Hmmm, so many brilliant options for beautiful fabric. I would have to make a polka dot quilt. I have been eyeing a pattern for a long time but can not spend the money on fabric right now. Yeah free fabric!!!

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    Lori says:

    Oh, I am sure I would pet them for a good long while, then after deciding what to do with them, change my mind several times. I would want to put a lot of thought into the best way to show them off! Maybe a bag…. A beach bag…. After a quilt….. Gorgeous!

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    Anna McD says:

    These beautiful fabrics would make a great quilt! Thanks for a chance to win!

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    Abby says:

    make dolly clothes!

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    Beth says:

    Those are absolutely gorgeous! So many projects come to mind to suit those! Thanks for the chance.


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    Jolene says:

    Oh beautiful fabrics. I am liking them on Facebook. I am thinking some pillow covers and a baby quilt and aprons…options are endless!

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    Shannyn says:

    Oh! The quilts I would quilt with this fabric!! I need to do one for my Dad and his soon to be new wife as a wedding gift for June. THIS fabric line would be PERFECT! Thanks for running the contest!

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    kate says:

    omg! that is an amazing bundle! i’m not sure exactly what it would become, but it would certainly make it into every project coming through my studio. such great basics!

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    Toni says:

    I have a few Oval Elements in my stash and I just love touching them! So soft and silky! I’m sure they would find their way into some quilts and perhaps a 241 Tote that I’ve been wanting to make. Thanks so much!

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    Linda V says:

    Of course I would make a quilt! And I love those fabrics!! THANK YOU!

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    Sandy says:

    Oh, I’d love them to bits, and because they’re such awesome basics they’d go into dozens of projects!

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    I would make a quilt for my bed out of the fabric and I have the perfect pattern too! It is a Dresden quilt out of all dots on a dotted background! Oval Elements would be perfect.

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    Karen A says:

    I think I would make a quilt… maybe wonky stars??

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    Well, I would just have to make a quilt – have several in mind and this fabric would be perfect!

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    Toni Anne says:

    Thank you Faith for hosting and, Pat for the generous giveaway. I think I would make a star quilt or a funky log cabin. Beautiful fabrics terrific colors. I Would love to win. ;-> Toni Anne

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    kris dohm says:

    Oh they are beautiful! I think I’d use them for large squishy bags and then a windmill baby quilt with lots of white added.

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    eileen says:

    I’d like to make a zigzag quilt out of these. Way cool. Thanks for the chance,

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    Sandra says:

    oh my. So many choices. They’d make awesome bags and super fun for table runners and placemats. If after all that, I had some left over, I would share with my quilt group that makes charity quilt tops for victorias quilts (quilts for chemo patients).

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    Lee says:

    How pretty – a picnic quilt for sure would be in the making! thanks!

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    Shannon says:

    Tote bags! I always get questions and compliments from the local cash register ladies!

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    Netta says:

    What fun! I would sew them all into HST’s and play and play with designs for crib quilts.

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    Gay Schneider says:

    Although these look good enough to eat, I’d probably just use them to sew..haha. I’d either make a baby quilt for a co-worker who is pregnant and due in the spring or be totally selfish and make a quilt for my self. Lovely fabrics!

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    Jess says:

    Oh these would be an awesome addition to my stash! I would make a spotty quilt or maybe some cushions…

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    cynthia says:

    I would use them in my Farmer’s Wife sampler blocks which I am making from Art Gallery fabrics. They would be great to accent the various collection prints.

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    Pam says:

    Come mid-January, when the New England winter is at it’s peak, actually it’s low, I’ll be looking for some beautiful, bright, balmy basics just like these for a summer quilt.!

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    Catherine says:

    oooh…a quilt with gradient color play…that’s what I’m thinking. :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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    sarah says:

    I would make a quilt and I would love to look at them.

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    Jennifer says:

    I have had my eye on quilts that remind me of stacked books and I would use this to help create a rainbow effect for the stacked books!

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    Hilary says:

    I love the hand of Art Gallery fabrics and the Oval Elements line is perfect for extending your Art Gallery stash! I’d make cute pillows.

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    Angelina says:

    I saw these for the first time this weekend at a quilt shop. They are great!

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    Heather says:

    Wow! AMAZING giveaway!! These are MOST desirable! I would most certainly mix them with some other fabrics I have and make a quilt. What pattern, I don’t know, but I would definitely make a quilt.

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    Jenn says:

    Such lovely colors!

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    Avery says:

    Wow! I live these fabrics. I would make a quilt for me and I wouldn’t give it to anyone. I would keep a quilt made of those fabrics for myself!

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    Meghan says:

    I love these Ovals!!! Even though I would love to hoard them, I would use them as a new quilt for our bed. We just moved the the midwest and have found we can’t have enough quilts to cozy up under!!!! Thank you!

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    Nicole Ferguson says:

    For some reason this fabric just screams bean bags :) My boys would love playing with a set of bean bags made out of this bright fun fabric!

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    Lindsay says:

    I love these fabrics, the colors are so beautiful. I’d definitely have to make a quilt if I won. Thanks for the generous giveaway Pat (and for hosting it Faith)!

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    Wendy says:

    wow these are amazing I would have to look at them and touch them for a while and go through pattern after pattern to find the perfect quilt for them. It would have to vibrant and fresh as the fabrics are just so lovely. thanks for the opportunity to win these amazing fabrics.

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    casey says:

    I think I would just line them up and touch them, then rearrange them, then line them up again, unfold and refold them. eventually I’d bring myself to cut into them. :)

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    Jenn Oates says:

    Make a pair of bloomers to go under my long skirts. Scandalous! :)

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    sarah says:

    these are gorgeous, and i can think of so many things that they would be perfect for! thanks for having such an awesome giveaway!

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    Debbie says:

    I’m in a quilt group that makes quilts for veterans. I’d donate it to the cause.

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    Phyllis says:

    Very nice accent prints! I would love to use these in among some of the themed string quilts taking form in my mind’s eye. The other place they would really pop is in being used as borders. Winter is coming, and I have the expression prints for my grandchildren’s theme quilts, but these would be wonderful additions to all four of those! Sweet giveaway!!

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    Cristin says:

    Woah dang this are gorgeous! I’d add them to my stash and drool over them every day :-) Then slowly add them to quilts, bibs, and the like ;-)

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    TinksDaughter says:

    I could put these to work right away on the Skill Builder Sampler Quilt Along I’m working on. I have been using scraps and stash in rainbow colors and it could definitely use a little punch from some of these pretties.

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    Laurie says:

    Thanks for the chance to win, I am collecting dots to make a quilt for myself these are amazing. Fingers crossed. Since today is my birthday maybe I will be lucky. Thank you again.

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    Sarah says:

    Oh my these are beautiful! I would make a quilt for my best friend’s 30th birthday. She just bought her first house and I can picture a modern colorful quilt on her bed with these prints. So lovely! Thanks for the chance to win such fun fabrics!!!

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    Anne Simonot says:

    Wow – such beautiful colours! They would be definitely used in a quilt – Lemon Squares sounds great! But the truth is it would be so hard to decide – I would be scared of making the wrong decision!

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    michelle says:

    amazing! I would take these lovely little bits and add it to my lovely little bits of Art Gallery and make a FABULOUS, wonderful, amazing quilt!

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    I have been collecting fabrics with circles and these would be enough to make a quilt by themselves. I love the idea of making a quilt with all circles or ovals in this case. Maybe a circle-circle quilt.


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    Sharon says:

    Oh, beautiful fabric! I have a pinwheel pattern I’ve been saving for just the right fabric … and I think this could be it!

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    Elle says:

    I’m not sure what I wouldn’t do with these fabrics! They are really fabulous! I’m dying to do the wedge playmat!

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    Janesfabrics says:

    Wow, If I was lucky enough to win these, I would look, pet and finally use them in a quilt. Not sure of the pattern just yet, but Wow!

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    Pam M says:

    I am becoming more and more interested in making “flat” colour quilts i.e. quilts using tone on tone fabrics – been glued to Weeks Ringle’s books for days now. I think these wonderful Patricia Bravo fabrics would be great for something like that because they are just a bit more interesting than a plain colour but there is no prominent pattern to distract you. (And I already have some of the eggplant oval fabric, so I know just how gorgeous the hand on these really is.)
    P.S. You can’t see it, but my hand is up saying “Pick me, pick me!”

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    Amy C says:

    I would have to make a quilt. They are just so pretty!

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    Becky says:

    This fabric is beautiful. Winning any fabric would be used for my family’s Christmas since I am making their gifts due to lengthy unemployment. Some new prints mixed in with my dated stash would add much needed cheer. Thanks!

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    Lisa Estrada says:

    You and Pat Bravo are so generous! I would love to win the fabric and of course, make a quilt. I think a tote bag and something for my daughter might also be in order!

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    Mhairi says:

    I have loved the pattern for Kaleidoscopic Kites for a long time and this fabric looks perfect to use to make it. So I would love to win the fabric so i can make the quilt and give it to a special baby when it arrives.

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    Stina says:

    If I win (fingers crossed!) I´ll make a quilt for my brother who needs some cheering up. He is getting divorced and is not at all looking forward to moving to a new house. I saw your “Add it up” and got totally inspired. I have never made a big quilt before, but I´ll probably try to make it even if I don´t win

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    grace says:

    a chevron rainbow quilt, thank-you

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    Vanessa payne says:

    What gorgeous fabrics!
    What would I do with them? I think I would look at them for a bit, stash them away, get them out periodically and look at them some more and then make a wonky stars quilt. I adore wonky stars, and I don’t have one yet.

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    Salley says:

    Thankyou to you and Pat for the giveaway. I would marry these fabulous prints with some Pure Elements I have in my stash and start something modern.

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    I’ve almost ordered these fabrics about five times, but held back due to international shipping! I’m already in the planning stages of my Christmas sewing, and have several gift projects these would be AMAZING for!!!

    Thanks, Pat Bravo & Faith :D

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    Eli says:

    Oh, I love those fabrics and I would love to win them. I’m new to quilting (although I have been sewing for years) and haven’t got a huge stash. These fabrics seem to be perfect for just about anything. If I don’t win I will have to order some anyway :-)

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    Fran says:

    I would love to win these gorgeous fabrics. I’d make a scarf or two & maybe & throw quilt & a cushion cover or two. Thanks for a lovely giveaway.

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    Paula says:

    I am seeing a beautiful quilt with more of Pat Bravo’d fsbrics mixed in! Love these Oval Elements!

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    Kristy says:

    Ooh! Wouldn’t they be fabulous in a wonky star quilt? Maybe a Kona Snow for the solid? Y.U.M.M.Y. !!!! Thank you for such an awesome prize :)

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    Nancy C says:

    They would be admired for a while and then find their way into the perfect quilt. Thanks for the chance.

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    Sherry D says:

    Add a solid or two and that fabric would make a woncerful quilt.

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    Ann says:

    Beautiful fabric! I can imagine some gorgeous pencil cases for my daughters in these colors.

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    Rita says:

    A kaleidoscope of colors. It’s too difficult to narrow it down to just one project. There are too many options and these fabrics are beautiful. Thank, Pat and Faith.

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    Paula says:

    These gorgeous fabrics would make a beautiful pieced binding for the quilt I’m working on! Thanks for a chance to win!

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    Karen says:

    Gasp…simply yummy ! Stars and pinwheels …
    Perfect for so many combos … Especially Jazz Hands
    - a large star hexi I’m working on right now. Thank’s
    to Pat and you for this terrific opportunity!

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    Christine says:

    Well this is simple. I’m moving soon to where it is cold. I’d make myself a very cute, very dottie, lap quilt so that I could keep warm from November till April!

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    laura says:

    beautiful! thanks for the chance to win!

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    Lori C. says:

    Awesome! Some of these would be perfect in my quilted color wheel.

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    I own a ton of pat’s art gallery fabrics and they are beautiful. I am sure this would fit in nicely with the rest of her fabrics and make some amazing bags and accessories! Thank you so much for hosting such a great give-away!

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    Kristi M says:

    Beautiful fabrics! Love, love circles! I am in the planning stages of a quilt like Lemon Squares, Vintage Picnic, or possibly just a polka dot quilt! The possibilities are endless!

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    Stacey Price says:

    Oh MY, I am just getting ready to start some lap quilts for christmas gifts and these fabrics are beautiful. I would love to include some of them in these gifts!

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    SewLindaAnn says:

    I’m doing a bag quilt a long and would love these to mix in!

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    Bea says:

    I love bright rainbow quilts since I quilt mostly for kids (I love them too of course!), so I have no doubt these will find their way into one (several) of those.

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    Pam Capstick says:

    Sew stunning quilts is what I would do with these gorgeous fabrics if I was lucky enough to win them!

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    Kate says:

    What gorgeous fabrics! I can see several fat quarters that would slot very nicely into several quilts I have brewing right now — some appliqued bubbles, some big graphic black and whites with a splash of unexpected colour, some….

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    Shelbi says:

    These are so beautiful. I am not sure if I would use in appliqued shirts or I might keep to myself and add to a quilt. I am loving making quilts right now so they would be perfect for a quilt for my daughter!!!!

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    Kaylee says:

    I’m dying to make a quilt from Camille Roskelley’s Swoon pattern. I got a pack of Pat Bravo’s new fabric at sample spree this weekend, so this would be perfect!

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    Kathleen says:

    I have many quilts planned that could use those fabrics! A zig zag quilt, the swoon quilt and single wedding ring to name a few…

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    Kalisha says:

    I would make my brother, and best friend, an eco/triathlon- remember me wall hanging! He graduated from UT this past May with a degree in biology, we both moved back home (to cold-country) in June at the same time, and he will be returning to Florida by Thanksgiving to live for the forseeable future. My hope is to have a wall hanging completed for him by the time he moves and am going to theme it with his 2 passions- being Earth-Green and being a Triathlete. These fabrics are beautiful on their own, and would fit the quilt to a ‘t”!

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    DeAnn says:

    Son is getting married- cut new daughter-in-law to be would LOVE these fabrics in her new quilt!!!

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    Kim says:

    I am a newbie to quilting so I could definitely use this to build up my stash! It looks like beautiful fabric and would be a great additon to any quilt! I am thinking a baby quilt that could grow with them though for starters….Fingers crossed on this one!

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    Kelly Irene says:

    oooo I love the feel of Pat’s fabrics and the color shades she uses! I would love to win this and would definitely use it for a quilt (duh). I don’t know which design I would use though….maybe a color wheel or the Swoon quilt???

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    Jolinda says:

    I would start, and finish, many a quilt project! My fabric stash right now is seriously lacking in small print, and blenders… it would be a wonderful addition to get things going! I love Pat’s work!

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    Peggy W. says:

    I see this fabric in a fun baby quilt or a purse. Fun fabric. Thanks for the peak and the giveaway.

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    MonaR says:

    I would use these beauties as a “fountain of youth” for my stash and quilting efforts.

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    Beryl says:

    What beautiful fabrics! I would make a quilt and donate to Quilts for Kids, a great organization. THanks for the giveaway. Beryl in Utah

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    Kathy says:

    Wow, those are gorgeous!!! Those would make an awesome accent to pretty much any quilt! Super generous of her to donate these!

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    mrsblocko says:

    I’d make a funky rainbow pillow!

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    Beth says:

    I would LOVE to win these just to keep in my stash as I am a fairly new quilter and my stash is SAD! These are beautiful and so versitile! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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    Jessica says:

    I’d for sure make a gorgeous quilt or two out of them!

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    AbbyL says:

    These are so beautiful. Some of these colors would be perfect for a citrus colored quilt I am gathering fabrics for. I think these would look great in any quilting project.

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    Nancy W says:

    Fun, fun, fun..zig-zag quilt, I think. Thank you Pat and Faith.

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    erica says:

    I would use them in quilts.

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    Amy says:

    Beautiful- I would work them into some Christmas gifts!

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    Michelle says:

    I would LOVE the chance to win these yummy fabrics! They’d look lovely in the quilt I’m working on for my sister. Thanks for the opportunity!

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    May says:

    I will be making a quilt for a new grand-baby on the way! Any of these would fit in nicely! Thanks for the chance!

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    Bertine says:

    I would make a polkadot quilt for myself. I have been collecting polka prints for ages and this would really help!

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    Kelly says:

    What gorgeous fabrics!!! Thanks for hosting this. I’d probably make napkins and placemats…..or something for my granddaughter!!
    oshnpashn at gmail dot com

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    Elizabeth R says:

    I’d use these in a value quilt I’ve been dreaming about making!

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    Elizabeth T says:

    This is one of my favorite lines! I’d love to have the whole line.

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    Manda says:

    LOVE! These are AWESOME! I would probably hoard them for a little while, because I don’t have much of a fabric stash (beginning quilter in da house!). I think they would look cool in your Stepping Stones pattern, or one of my friends is doing this “twister” kind of pattern (I forget the name of it, I’m sorry, but they’re like wonky non-pointy pinwheels!) but it looks really cool, and I think it would look awesome in different colors of a similar fabric. I’d just need to find a good background! :D Thank you for hosting the giveaway!

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    Lynn Dunn says:

    SOMETHING for my three grandbabies to wear… Ever try to coordinate ready made clothes? These would be wonderful without being too matchy-matchy..and you can see the softness!

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    Brooke says:

    Ooooohhh, so pretty! I’m thinking it would make the neatest looking stacked coins quilt!

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    Mel says:

    I just love Art Gallery fabrics. I would use them in quilts. Thanks for such a great giveaway!

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    What gorgeous fabric! I have never made a quilt in a “rainbow” pattern, but with these fabrics I think I would try to arrange them as they would be found in the rainbow — no idea if I can pull it off or not, but certainly fun to try!

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    Pegj51 says:

    I would be doing the happy dance if I won those ovals! I think they would be beautiful with solids in a quilt.

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    Marjorie Levy says:

    I think they would be wonderful in a rainbow color wheel quilt. I love all of them! Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Deb says:

    After petting them and staring at them for a good long while, I’d make some sort of delicious quilt…log cabins, maybe? These are gorgeous fabrics – thanks for the chance!

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    Amy Lawrence says:

    I love this dot fabric – would love to make a fun fresh quilt for my grand daughter Leah – who turns 1 years old next week.
    Thanks for the change to win!!!

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    Melanie says:

    I would use it to start to build my fabric stash!

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    Rachel says:

    I’ve been wanting to do a rainbow type quilt. I think those would be perfect.

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    Shannon C. says:

    What a great giveaway! I’d love to win these fabrics. I’d like to use them to make a drunkard’s path quilt for my sister.

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    Sherre says:

    Beautiful fabrics. What would I do with them? Hopefully get up the nerve to make that quilt I have been looking at forever.

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    Billie K says:

    Great fabrics!

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    Pam S says:

    What a great website and what beautiful fabric. Perhaps use them for a baby quilt or as a fun quilt for my daughter. I love dots!

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    Anna M says:

    These fabrics will inspire me to make a beautiful quilt……It will keep me occupied so I don’t have to think of what is happening in greece at the moment…

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    Connie says:

    Beautiful fabrics! I would love to win them and make a small quilt! Great giveaway!

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    Soapysyrie says:

    Thanks for the opportunity, I have just started quilting, so these would really beef up my stash.


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    Wendy says:

    Those fabrics are absolutely amazing. I would make a quilt for our master bed – that room seems to get neglected.

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    Cassie says:

    Wow, so pretty! I have a couple and I just love them! I would totally make some sort of rainbow quilt, maybe something like your kaleidoscopic kites :)

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    Cheri says:

    Some would definitely end up in a Lemon Squares quilt I am making for a very special girl for her high school graduation. And if I don’t win, I will be buying a few pieces …… Great colors.

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    I’d make christmas pressies for all my friends and family <3

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    Sue S says:

    Hi from a new follower! I just found you tonight!

    I am brand new to quilting but an advance beginner in sewing in general. I just bought a modern quilting beginner book and am planning my first project. If I won the fabric I would use it to make my very first quilt (love the colors) I plan to make over Xmas break, which will be a commemoration of my final semester in law school, I graduate in May!!

    Thanks for the chance!

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    Karen McG says:

    I’m currently collecting floral and circle prints to use in a quilt for my daughter. I will have to include some of these oval elements fabrics!

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    Elizabetty says:

    Make pillows for my sister’s very brown bedroom!! Christmas is coming and I got a new Juki!! So excited.

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    shannonB. says:

    All of the gorgeous purple ones would go in the quilt I just started working on (it’s all gray/purple)! Not sure what I’d do with the other colors.

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    Jodi Sellers says:

    Oh wow, these are so beautiful. I think I would use them in my quilts as bindings, accents, etc. They have so many possibilities! Thanks for the chance to win.

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    Thorny says:

    OMG, they’re so beautiful! I I’ve got a notion for a great color study sort of quilt for those ovals!

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    Lori Voth says:

    Beautiful! I have been wanting to make a color wheel…….
    Thank you!

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    Harriet says:

    Beautiful Fabric. Definitely would make a scrappy quilt out of that fabric. Love it!

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    Heather F says:

    They would have to go in a beautiful quilt. Iwould also use them as binding. Super pretty! Thanks for the chance to win them!

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    erin says:

    These would definitely make their way into a baby quilt I’m just planning now. So pretty!

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    Teresa says:

    Ohhh If only I could win these!!!!

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    charlotte says:

    Would love to win these. Maybe a HST quilt. Think of all that beautiful color. MMMMMMMMM

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    MarciaW says:

    These fabrics are gorgeous and remind me of polka dots. I would spring for some Art Gallery prints and combine to make a beautiful, thoroughly modern Dresden Plate quilt. ++though first would look closely at the Art Gallery web site to see if there are any quilts there that would rather make++
    Thanks for this fantastic giveaway!

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    Susan E. says:

    I would use these either for some fabric decor for my oldest daughter’s room, or I would use them to make some warming wraps with lavender for Christmas gifts (and one for myself too). Yes, Faith, my skills are expanding ever so slowly! :-)

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    Juel scherf says:

    I would use these as the backing to my daughters quilt. It would be SO beautiful!!!

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    tina says:

    I would love to win these!! I love her fabrics for the feel and for the colors. I would most likely use these in quilts and pillow-making and they would happily fit into my stash!

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    Nicole says:

    These are so beautiful! What a great giveaway! I would use these in a scrappy rainbow quilt. Thanks!

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    jmniffer says:

    These fabrics are wonderful! I would lay them out and gaze at them adoringly, pet them and stroke them for awhile and finally cut into them and make a quilt just for me! My three guys wouldn’t go for most of those colors, which I love. Thanks for the chance to win them.

  523. 523

    My 6 yr old daughter is a heart patient that has had 25 heart surgeries and 3 bypass surgeries. Since my daughter hates the feel and look of the teal green with drunk looking dogs on the hospital issued gowns I would use the material to make her hospital gowns that are soft, pretty and fun like her. We have made 2 now for her to wear and one for a hospital friend. They girls loved them and made them happy. When you spend as much time as my daughter has in the hospital the flowers, stuffed animals and balloons get old. It is all about a cool gown and cool blankets. Thanks for the giveaway, and thanks for the consideration. Let me know if you would like to see one of our gowns that we have already made!!

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    Nicole Gendy says:

    I would add these fabrics into the mix with others to make some different quilts. maybe i would make a mini quilt with just these fabrics too.

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    Charlotte says:

    Wow. I am in love (for the first time in my life). (Pathetic. I am in love with some fabrics. *sigh*) Anyways, my sister is going to college in 2 years, so this would make a perfect quilt for her! :)

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    Genna says:

    These are amazing! First I would stack them and admire them for a long time :) Then I’d scheme about how to use them in my next quilt project. What a great palette!

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    Tammy Puccerella says:

    I would love to use them to make a Wonky String quilt. Love the color combination.

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    eileensideways says:

    lots o dots, my fav. i would sew a quilted scarf to keep me warm and toasty this winter.

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    Erica says:

    If I were to win these, the first thing I’d do is gather them in a pile and roll around in them, tossing them in the air as I laugh. Just like someone would to cash if they had just won the lottery or something. Then I’d get busy creating. >:]

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    Jamie says:

    Oh, you know, the usual. I would stroke them and pet them and arrange them in every possible color configuration. I would take lots of pictures of them and post them for all of my friends and family to see. Wait, did I really just type that? Seriously, these fabrics are gorgeous and I would likely work a little in to most every project on my list from pouches to quilts. Thanks to Pat for the amazing chance to win these.

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    Jenelle says:

    Oh how generous! I think that I of course would want to work some of the prints into a quilt or two. I also would like to make up some quick holiday gifts for hostesses like pot holders or dishtowels. These work beautifully as they are so colorful and fun! Thanks for a second chance to win!

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    Mishka says:

    Wow, those fabrics are luscious. I’m not sure yet what I’d do with them, but I’ve seen a few modern patterns lately that I’ve fallen in love with and have saved for “one day” when I find the perfect fabrics for them.

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    Paula says:

    My 8 year old daughter – Mads – has just started quilting with me and these would make a great start for her stash!! Though I don’t think they’d stay ‘stash’ for very long….. Thanks for the opportunity!!

  534. 534
    Ana says:

    Wow awesome colors! My stash could use them.

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    Lindsay says:

    This screams another rainbow quilt for me :)

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    Maggie b says:

    So gorgeous! I’d have to try A cathedral window quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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    Teresa D. says:

    I would make table runners for Christmas gifts if I was a lucky winner! Love Pat’s fabrics!

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    Jamie says:

    Some of those would look great as simple little girl skirts or boy pants!

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    Dawn says:

    What gorgeous prints! That dot is fantastic! I would make something like a bargello or a colorwash quilt, but mix it up with a funky modern twist. That would really brighten up my winter.

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    Pétra says:

    I am making a quilt for my son next and some of these would be perfect! They are so versatile I know I could use them in so many projects. Thank you for the great giveaway.

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    well after drooling, petting and ooing and aweing over the fabrics I would add them to my stash and probably pick some fabrics to coordinate and make a yummy quilt just for me.

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    Mary Anne says:

    Ooh! I already have a few Oval Elements in my stash and I LOVE them! I’ve used them in a Mail Sack bag for my niece (Great pattern @ Pink Chalk Studio!) and in a Garden Fence graduation quilt for another niece. It would be awesome to win some more. Thank you – and thank you Pat!

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    Dianne Giles says:

    I would make a very nice modern looking double wedding ring quilt! Thanks for the awesome giveaway and thanks to Pat Bravo for the chance to win. Cheers, Dianne

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    Krista Brandt says:

    I love Pat Bravo’s fabrics. I would have to combine these fabrics with the dreaming in French fabric I already have and make a beautiful quilt.

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    Erin says:

    These are so nice! I would make a quilt with some sort of rainbow effect.


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    Mary says:

    The fabric is just gorgeous – I am a new quilter but would love to make something utilizing the whole range of colors, like a rainbow! Thank you very much for the opportunity!

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    CE says:

    I’d love to add them to my new growing collection. They would be perfect for simple projects for children like aprons, or potholders, tea coasters, napkins, etc. They would also be great combined with some other fabric of hers. I see a clutch or very fashionable baby bag also.

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    Kelly B. says:

    Does hoarding them count as what I would do with them? :)

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    Amy says:

    Wow, those are beautiful! Can imagine usng them many ways, but would love to do some form of wheel with them!

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    Lexi Lucas says:

    Wow! I love those fabrics. Quilt quilt quilt! That’s what I would do!

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    Emily says:

    OOh such awesome fabrics! :) I hope I win – then you wouldn’t have far to send them!!

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    What would I do with them? Besides admire and lovingly stroke them? Team them up with some solids and show them off in a gorgeous quilt for ME!

  553. 553
    Ashleigh says:

    Another quilt of course! I really like the purple and yellow one. Very retro.

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    Binks says:

    WOW! Already so many comments.
    Being a newb to quilting and having a limited budget makes for a sad stash. But I absolutely love quilting and am so happy it became part of my life. I would love to create a quilt with this fabric, along with so many others.
    I love, love, LOVE everything Pat Bravo. Thanks for the chance.

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    Fernanda says:

    I have to thank this great giveaway.
    I would do if he won two sports bags for my beautiful daughters.
    Kisses from Portugal.

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    Mez says:

    What gorgeous fabrics!
    I would use them in a quilt I haven’t quite designed yet, which has many sizes of applique circles in lovely bright prints.
    Good luck to everybody.

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    Rachel D says:

    So generous! I would make a Double Wedding Ring quilt!

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    Kristy says:

    Gorgeous fabrics! I think they’d look great as a zig zag quilt – bright and cheery!

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    Molly says:

    What beautiful colors! I’d incorporate them into a happy little quilt …. of course!

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    Hueisei says:

    Baby quilt!! It’s so lovely :)

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    Stine says:

    Look at the rainbow of colors! Perfect for mixing in my newest quilt!

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    Karen C says:

    I would use them in a lap quilt to keep us warm this winter.

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    Deborah A says:

    I’ m thinking a rainbow dotted zig zag quilt. What cute fabric, actually I love all of Pat’s collections. Thanks for the opportunity.

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    Amy says:

    Oh, how generous!! Thank you to both you and Pat!

    I think I’d make a bright, happy string quilt with all of those! :D

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    Jessica says:

    I would use these to start my first ever quilt for my toddler! I’m having trouble picking fabric because they are all amazing and these would be a great starting point. Plus polka dots and purple were the two things my little one asked for!

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    Kirsty says:

    I really love this prints and use them quite often – there’s always at least one that seems to fit every colour scheme. I would use these in a HST quilt I’ve been thinking about…

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    KatieAndHarper says:

    BEAUTIFUL! I’m shopping for fabric to make a laptop case. This would be so bright and cheery!

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    Karen H says:

    Oh, I love them. I would use them in a couple of baby girl quilts I need to get working on. Thanks for the chance to win!

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    April C says:

    Love the polka dots! Would make an incredible addition to my stash! Love!!!

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    Mary says:

    These are delicious – I think I’d use them in wallets and also some would be great for a quilt I’m planning for one of my girls.
    thanks for the chance to win

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    Meghan says:

    I am wanting to make some fun updated placemats… these would be perfect!

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    Janet says:

    I love Pat Bravo fabric. I’ve made two quilts using her fabrics. I’ve have spoke to her as well and is a very nice person. I hope to win, so pick me!

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    Lori says:

    How beautiful! To be perfectly honest, I would probably arrange them all pretty and look at them for a while—pet them and love them and call them my own! :-) Then I would like to make another spider web quilt with them and some nice crisp white. Thanks for the great give-away

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    Collette says:

    Oh, I see Lori and I have similar styles. I thought about telling you a little teeny fib but the truth is, I’d probably hoard them for a while, looking at them and stroking them until they spoke to me. Wouldn’t they make a great, crazy, strip quilt?

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    Jytte R says:

    Thank you for your generous giveaway and the chance to win.
    If I should be so lucky, I would use the fabrics for a ‘quilted table runner’ I have seen at It would be great fabrics for that.

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    cathy holmes says:

    These fabrics would perfect for a quilt for my 9 year old neice, she is a very mod girl, and they remind me of her.

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    LIsa says:

    Mmmm, I love Pat Bravo! I’m planning some scrappy zippy bags for Christmas gifts–to tuck in extra lip balm, hand cream, etc–and this fabric would work awesome! I can think of 101 other ideas too…

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    Nicole says:

    i always enter but i never win! Still hopeful…..this fabric is so cute!!

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    Melinda says:

    I love these fabrics! I would love to make a curved piece quilt with them! The templates have been waiting for the perfect fabric.

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    pam says:

    its true…these are THE most wonderful fabrics. if i won i would make MYSELF a quilt that i’d use every day!

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    Alex says:

    I’m itching to make a free motion quilting sampler quilt and these would be perfect for it.

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    Kara says:

    I think I would do a wonky star baby quilt. Come on, number 582!!

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    Sallie says:

    I’d make a quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Merete says:

    Wow – they are awesome, love the colours! I think I will have to keep them for a while before I use them. Just to know I have such wonderful fabrics in my stash :) Hope to be the lucky one!

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    BizzyMom says:

    Perfect for adding lovely fabric to burp cloths and also for making lovies :)

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    Donna says:

    First the fabric would be displayed in my sewing room for a couple of days so I could savor the beautiful colors, then they would be used for a beautiful baby quilt!

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    Erin says:

    I would make a quilt out of the entire thing! I’m doing a rainbow theme in my boy’s bedroom and this would be a great reading nook quilt!

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    jen says:

    I would make some patchwork dresses for my girls summer wardrobe!

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    What a generous giveaway from Pat Bravo! I am a bag maker so for sure some great bags and clutches would be made from these fabrics. This collection will blend nicely with some other Art Gallery fabrics I have and make some great Christmas gifts!

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    Diane Harris says:

    If I win, I’d use them in a modern quilt I’m planning for my daughter’s new home. So gorgeous! The hand of Art Gallery fabrics is always sumptuous, too.

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    Carolyn Ellis says:

    These fabrics are so unique and I certainly don’t have anything like them. I would love to have this collection. Thank you for the giveaway.

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    Jean says:

    Thanks to Pat for this opportunity I just adore her fabrics. I would make a scrappy quilt something like an add it up with a crisp white background to show them off

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    Deborah says:

    Wow over 584 comments.Only takes 1 to win right……Love the fabric colors.I have alot of christmas presents to make. ‘-)

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    rosa says:

    Those fabrics stunning.If I won,I`d make a sampler blocks quilt for me.Thanks for the chance.!!

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    ShannonF says:

    I want to make Kaleidoscopic Kites!! It looks like the perfect rainbow palette for it! Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Stephanie Hicks says:

    Wow! What beautiful fabrics! If I win, I will find a pattern to make a bright and happy quilt and maybe a pillow to go with it! Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Bonnie says:

    I just picked one of these up for a baby quilt I’m making. They would make some great placemats I have in mind as Christmas gifts.

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    Ann says:

    Wow Faith, that is an amazing giveaway!!
    I love Pat’s fabric and I have been wanting to get my little hands on more of those oval elements!! I wouldm make some for me me ME; these fabrics are too soft to not splurge a little something for yourself!
    But fabric in Denmark is crazy expensive due to shiping and VAT (25%), so to win a FQ bundle would be fan-tas-tic!!

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    I’m wondering if I should enter this giveaway as no. 598 at all, but I simply love the fabric! So even if chances are low I’ll give it a try :) Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

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    Jennifer Payan says:

    These fabrics are gorgeous! If I win, I will use the fabric to make a small rag quilt for my son. Thank you!

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    Elnora says:

    These are gorgeous!!!! Thanks for the chance at the giveaway to you and Pat! These fabrics are baby quilt heaven…

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    raquel from florida says:

    oh! bags, lots of tiny bags! thank you!

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    Abby says:

    I don’t have much of a color range in my stash, so these would go there – and then quickly be used in all manner of Christmas presents I’m working on :) Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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    Judith says:

    They would be part of a quilt for my daughter. Fantastic giveaway!

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    Alex says:

    Wow these are beautiful. I’ve always wanted to try making a receiving blanket,and today my friend announced to me that she is expecting her 2nd baby in May – and she is 46!!!

    I want to do something really special for her and these prints would be amazing for her – they suit her upbeat personality perfectly!

    Alex x

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    SusieB says:

    Hey, these are gorgeous fabrics! Thank you Pat! I’ve been wanting to make a rainbow quilt, maybe zigzags too. These colours would be just great. Thanks for the giveaway.

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    Jessica says:

    What couldn’t I do! Maybe a bag or a wonderful wall quilt…

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    Erica says:

    They are wonderful to combine with some projects I’ve been planning: the red ones would blend with all sort of red fabrics in a coin-quilt, the green ones I would use for a quilt with triangles…

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    Marika says:

    I’d match this lovely fabric to make a couple of quilts and little projects (I just learned to make little clutch, so I’d probably use some in them!)
    Thanks for the giveaway !

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    Tracy says:

    I love those fabrics! Beautiful and playful colors. Just perfect to make a quilt for a child. I would love to make a quilt with a dark grey background that shows off these playful fabrics. I know any child would love to have one. These would also be great to make a charity quilt for someone who needs a bright spot in their day. Thank you Pat Bravo for inspiring us to make some fun quilting projects. :)

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    Kristy says:

    With Christmas coming up, what wouldn’t I do? But top of my list would be a fun bag for my daughter to carry her jewelry around in.

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    Melanie says:

    I’ve used these ovals before to add some “solid” interest to my girls’ dresses! With fat quarters, I’ll probably use them in quilts, since my girls are a little big for fat quarter clothes :)

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    Emily says:

    While I would like to have a project in mind, these fabrics are so pretty I might just like to look at them in my closet for a while.

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    WandaFish says:

    These fabrics are just so gorgeous! Thanks for the chance to win them :)
    If I were the lucky winner, there would definitely be a lot of stroking going on – Pat’s fabrics always feel so beautiful!
    I can’t decide whether I’d use them in lots of different projects – bags, pouches etc or whether I’d combine them all to make a fabulous quilt.

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    I’ve been thinking of making a pickle dish quilt, with some batik fabric and some polka dots. I already have the batiks and this fabric would be perfect as my spotty, polka dotty fabric.

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    Jenny says:

    i think this would be great fun as a basket quilt!

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    Mellisa says:

    LOVE!! It would be a toss up between making happy fun pillows or some pj pants that would absolutely make a statement :)

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    Pam T. says:

    I adore Pat’s Oval Elements; the colors make me so happy. I think a zig zag quilt would be wonderful in these fabrics. Thanks for the opportunity to win these very special fabrics.

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    Kersten says:

    Oh goodness, I would stick it on a shelf and stare at it’s beautifulness (is that even a word?). Once I finally got brave enough to cut into it I would use it for quilts!!!

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    Darci says:

    Ohhh these fabrics are so gorgeous!! I want them. Thanks so much for the giveaway

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    Sarah M. says:

    Oh my goodness Faith, these are gorgeous! I would wrap them up and surprise my mom at Xmas, she LOVES to quilt!

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    MoeWest says:

    I would add them to my stash, but I don’t think they would be unused for very long! Thanks for the great giveaway.

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    Ruth Ann Hutchison says:

    Wow! Those are some deliciously yummy fabrics! I have been wanting to try quilting and these fabrics would be a great start to the materials needed! I am also going to be trying my hand at some of the great tutorials from the 12 days of Christmas blog hop. What better fabric than to use these beauties for it?!

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    Carla G says:

    What beautiful fabrics! I love how vibrant the colors are! I would love to make a quilt with these – but don’t know what pattern yet! Thanks for a chance to win!

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    Christine says:

    By far these are screaming “Rainbow Quilt!!!” A matchy rainbow pillowcase would be nice too. It would brighten anyone’s day! I’d love to make it to donate to an older person with Alzhiemers in honor of my Grandma :-)

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    marcelle says:

    I have a beautiful niece that would love a quilt with these very pretty fabrics. What alot of delicious pieces of fabric.

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    euphoria says:

    oh boy! I would cut these up and sew the pieces back together!! :o)

    Thinking triangle quilt!

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    Katarina says:

    Hope I’m not too late! I love these fabrics! There’s never enough of dots in the stash. And these are special, I would even use them as main fabric for my bags. Of course they would complete perfectly all other projects: bags, quilts, table runners, pouches.. really everything.

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    Debbie says:

    I would love to make a quilt with these sweet fabrics.

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    Heather says:

    Wow – such great fabric! Thanks for the chance to win.
    heather (dot) nevits at gmail (dot) com

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    Dorte says:

    Oh, these are goooorgeous! I would definitely use them in a rainbow patchwork of sorts – and make a shoulder bag from it…..

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    Jeanne says:

    I love dots, circles, tiny squares, etc. I would add some of my “shape” fabric in stash to this and make a totally awesome quilt. I would save a scrap to use in my first ever “tiny block” Thank you for the opportunity to feed my fabric hunger. I long to own it all!!! :)

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    Karen says:

    I think I’d have to make myself a new bag! These are lovely fabrics, the ovals are great:)

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    Alyssa Smith says:

    This fabric is just gorgeous!! I love bright bursts of color.

    I am just getting in to quilting and I would use some of this fabric towards my quilt I am making for my 12 year old step daughter. The rest would go towards christmas gift I will be quilting as well.

    I love it!!

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    Deb says:

    I’d make a quilt – drunkard’s path, maybe? set with white? Or I just saw a great log cabin…

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    Dana says:

    Dude! If I were to win this lucious bundle I would make a quilt with these and a beautiful solid light gray. Yes! That is what I would do!

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    Vanesa says:

    Thank you to pat bravo! I love this line! I can’t wait to use them in been blocks and scrappy quilts!

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    Sarah Winfrey says:

    Love these fabrics and would love to play around with them. Hope I’m not to late and entering to win them!

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    Ooh! These would become part of a polka dot string quilt I’m planning!

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    Kathleen says:

    What a wonderful give-away. I would use some of the fabric for my 4×5 4th Quarter Bee blocks, sharing the wealth with my bee mates!

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    Joanne says:

    I have been collecting polka-dot fabric to make a quilt. These would be a great addition to that project!

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    Tricia Martin says:

    Hopefully I am not to late for a chance to win. I have a soft spot for Pat Brovo. I would love to make your kaleidoscope kite quilt (I am not brown nosing). I have been dream of making that quilt for a while now but I have not had large enough “scraps” or enough of coordinating fabrics to pull it together. Thanks for having such an inspirational site.

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    Oh beautiful!! All Pat Bravo’s fabrics are amazing!!
    When I see these – a quilt with all these colors comes to mind…some kind of color-run with either light gray or black as a unifying background…Ah, inspirations, inspirations!!

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    Christine says:

    If I won these beautiful fabrics I would make a quilt for myself – novel idea!!

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    kristin says:

    If I won these fabrics, I would enjoy them. Then, maybe I could create something that others could enjoy as well.

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    Eryn says:

    So gorgeous… Since a whole FQ pack would make many a project I’d start with a HST quilt and follow that with some some Christmas gifts of mug rugs, potholders, oven mitts and the like. It’s a win win for everyone. Thanks so much for the wonderful giveaway!!

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    I would use some of them in each quilt I make!! Gorgeous!

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    Lyndsay says:

    I would definitely make a beautiful quilt!

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    angela says:

    Am I allowed to eat the fabrics?! Because they are yummy!!

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    Kelly V says:

    I would love to have these fabrics. I would make some baby blankets for friends who are expecting. :)