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A Stitch in Color ~ A Moona Fabrics Sponsored Giveaway

Many of you know that fabric designer and author Malka Dubrawsky created her first fabric collection, A Stitch in Color for Moda Fabrics. Last month I created a quilt using fabric from a tiny sample fabric pack. I’m a huge Malka fan and have been eagerly anticipating yardage to start shipping.

Well, I’m excited to write that the moment has come and her fabric line is now appearing in stores! Moona Fabrics has ordered the collection and they are generously here today to give away a pre-release fat quarter set of all the fabrics you see in the above photo!

All you need to do to enter is leave a comment. I’d love to hear what you’d plan to do with the fat quarter set. I will pick a winner Thursday evening, January 19th. Good lucky everyone!

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Comments are now closed while I pick a winner!
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Our winner is comment #426!

Michelle G said “I would love that bundle of fabric. I confess I would probably horde it for the first year. That means I would hang on to it and bring it out (often) and pet it and contemplate the best way of using it. Then I would suddenly decide to stash bust and create a quilt with it.”

Congratulations Michelle! I will be emailing you for your address. Thank you to everyone for your comments!

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515 Responses to “A Stitch in Color ~ A Moona Fabrics Sponsored Giveaway”

  1. 1
    Lisa says:

    I have to admit I would love to go crazy with the rotary cutter and just use every last scrap in an improv. wall hanging. It’s just so gorgeous and I am crazy about improv at the moment!

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    Carolyn S. says:

    wow, what fun colors and I like the simple patterns. It looks very much like something I would design if I were a fabric designer.
    Thanks for the giveaway! Have a good week.

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    Pam Hunter says:

    Swoon! I love, love, love the colors!

    I am still a rookie quilter but I am making one for my Mom who was recently diagnosed with Alzheimers. I was thinking the brighter the fabric the better. These fabrics would be a beautiful addition to the fabrics I have already selected.

    What a generous giveaway! Thank you so much for the opportunity to win … =D

    ~Pam

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    Abby says:

    I LOVE that line of fabric!! I would make I would make something for my living room to bring some lovely color to all the brown. What a great giveaway, thanks for the chance to win.

  5. 5
    Christiane says:

    Great giveaway! I would make a wonderful summer quilt out of it – after a lot of sighing and stroking the beautiful fabric before I could cut it. ;-)

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    Jillian says:

    Oh my, I’ve been waiting for Malka’s fabrics to get to the stores. Whatever quilt I’d make with the fabrics would be a keeper, I’d be selfish with these fabrics!

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    Lynne says:

    I’m really keen to try my first journal or story quilt and they would be perfect!

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    quilterbell says:

    What a fantastic giveaway! A quilt for myself of course!!!!, ha,ha

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    Julie A. says:

    What great colors. I would make a lap quilt for my MIL. She cannot see very well and the bright colors would be great. Thanks for the give away.

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    Anne says:

    Those are great colours for a boy’s quilt! That’s what I’d make with it, a quilt for one of my twins who will turn 8 soon.

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    Kris says:

    I’m so excited about this line! I would make a baby quilt for a friend who’s having a baby soon. It’s the perfect fit for Mom’s personality!

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    Billie Gunther says:

    How cheerful can you get! Using that fabric will put one in a good mood. I absolutely love the combination of colors. Must tell my daughter,who is also a quilter, about the Moona Fabric.

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    Lindsey F. says:

    I’m not sure what I would make but I can tell that I would sure have fun playing with these fabrics!

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    Anita says:

    How Adorable! That set is so vibrant. I don’t know exactly what I’d do, but I think it’d be fun to do in a sampler quilt! =)

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    Katie C. says:

    Wow! I have loved these fabrics the first time they showed up in a shop newsletter! All of my cousins love my quilts and they all want one, so when each of them graduates from college I am making them a con-graduation. All different patterns and all different fabrics but the same size to fit their personality, and these would be perfect for one of them! :) Thanks!

  16. 16

    Make a quilt, of course! But there are so many patterns out there, I would have to wait until the fabrics are in my hot little hands to choose a design. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Lorri says:

    I am making several lap quilts and those fabrics would be perfect

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    Lesley says:

    The fabrics are just wonderful and I love the quilt you put together with the little squares! If I were to win, I would make a cuddle quilt! Thanks for the opportunity!

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    Twinkle Toes says:

    I’ve got a real think for Aqua, Grey and Yellow at the mo… and boy do these ones sing!

    Love it!!!

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    Mhairi says:

    I think I would make a picnic rug, backed with one of the gorgeous vinyl fabrics you can find. I love this range and it makes me think of picnics and summer. And we need a new picnic rug!!

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    Betty Ayers says:

    Those colors are wonderful, totally! I’d put every one of them into a quilt for my dining room. It’s a fairly cold room and could use something like this to warm it up! thanks for the chance.

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    Carol says:

    That mix of fabric would make a stunning gradient swing coat!

  23. 23
    Bonnie says:

    The colours are stunning! I can think of sooo many projects for them! Can’t wait to pick some up even if I don’t win. But that would be nice too. ;)

  24. 24
    Katie says:

    Such fun colours! I need to make a couple of small drawstring bags, these would be perfect!

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    jackie says:

    I think I’d make a sparkle punch star quilt from “oh farnsson” blog’s quilt along, (smaller size). Can’t wait till my local quilt store has it.

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    Cindy says:

    I love Malka’s creations. If I were lucky enough to win, I’d really like to make a bright starry quilt with a variety of blocks to highlight the fabrics on a bright white background. Ah, lovely.

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    Shruti says:

    I have loved this fabric! I ordered a layer cake of it from Australia and played around.. Not only are the prints fabulous, but the fabric is so lovely to touch! I’ll be going back to this collection time and again… :)

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    lainey says:

    Love this line! I would love to make a quilt just for me! Thank you for the giveaway.

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    Tara says:

    Ohh so pretty! I would probably use it for one of the sampler quilts that are popular, with a lot of white added in so those colors really pop!

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    hannah says:

    oh! these would make a beautiful log cabin quilt, paired with some neutrals for my baby-boy-to-be. i have four more months to make and make and make him things!

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    Terri says:

    I would see an Off Centred Square quilt with the beautiful fabric! Very pretty during the grey gloom of January.

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    Jess says:

    Ooooh, its so lovely! I think I’d probably do a mod mosaic type quilt with it.

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    Judith says:

    I would like to try one of the improve quilts from Malka’s book if I win the fat quarter set.

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    Brandie says:

    These are so yummy! I think I would like to make a quilt for my grandma. I think I would like to make an improve quilt for her. She’s a quilter but very traditional. Thanks for the chance to win!

  35. 35

    Love! Think I’d have to be selfish and make a quilt for myself if I won. Fingers crossed! Thanks for the chance. :)

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    Cathy O. says:

    I love the orange especially! I would use them in a quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Rachel Washburn says:

    I love these colors and patterns, they would look so cute in a future nursery! I am beginner quilter and was first inspired by your Summer Series quilt. I still need guidance on blocks and I love your tutorials so I would use this super cute fabric on a baby quilt, probably using blocks from your Solstice Stars tutorial.

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    Darcy says:

    I love Malka SO much and have been waiting not-very-patiently for this collection to arrive! I’m going to make a quilt for our living room to use and enjoy all the time – so hard to pick a pattern. Thanks for the give away!

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    Debra Bento says:

    Congratulations Malka. I’ve been a long-time fan and your hand-dyed fabrics make my heart sing. In fact I covet the itsy-bitsiest of scraps. It’s nice to know that your fabrics are available through Moda. Once again, congratulations.

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    Kris says:

    This would make a beautiful wallhanging! Thanks for the chance!

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    Liane R says:

    Love this line! Something bright and summery just for me!

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    Emma says:

    I’d do something I haven’t done yet…make a quilt to keep for myself!!!

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    Amy B says:

    First, I would drool over them and then create a square improv quilt!

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    Megan says:

    These colors would go great in my living room, maybe in a quilt or on pillows.

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    Shari says:

    I am “collecting” fabric to create a quilt I saw in a magazine. This would be perfect for that quilt.

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    SoSarahSews says:

    Those are cute fabrics. I would probably make a few colorful pillows.

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    Lucy says:

    This color palette is my grad school roommate to a t. I’d love to make her a quilt using this collection

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    Melinda says:

    Ooh! These could definitely lend themselves to a boy quilt and I haven’t made one for my son yet.

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    Susanne says:

    These fabrics look lovely together. I wouldn’t separate them. This would make a perfect bed quilt for us. Our wall is the same green.
    Susanne

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    Teje says:

    Hi! I am fan of Malka and Moona fabrics! Those prints and colours are fantastic! I have to say that I don’t know yet what I would sew with them because I feel they are really special and have a colourful new look. So I would like to watch them a while and decide how I would use them! Maybe a wall quilt and a bag from the scraps!
    Thank you for sharing! x Teje

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    lisa e. says:

    what lovely happy fabric. I’ve not been able to sew since my stroke on sept 1…..this fabric might just inspire me to try. one handed sewing can’t be that hard,,right?

  52. 52
    Jane says:

    I’m thinking pillows would nice with this.

  53. 53
    Tong says:

    I love this line together, the colours are so vibrant! I would love to make a fun quilt with them. Thanks for the giveaway!

  54. 54
    Kristen says:

    I’m thinking it would be wonderful for the new Dresden plate patter I found…what wonderful colors! :)

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    Rachel says:

    I love using non-traditional fabrics for baby quilts. My hope is that when those babies grow up that they will wish for a full size quilt in the same fabric. It is somehow more acceptable to do something fun and funky for a baby.
    Great give away!

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    Maggie says:

    Gorgeous! I would have to use these for the alternative flying geese quilt I’m making. My very first full sized quilt! Thanks for the giveaway chance!

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    Becky M says:

    ooohh. so pretty! i would definitely have to put those on the shelf and drool on them for a while. Then maybe a quilt just for me!

  58. 58
    Emily says:

    Lovely. I’m on the look out for fabric and ideas for the lap quilt I’ll be making for the next wedding we’re attending this May.

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    Sheryle D says:

    Love the colors and the graphic designs! These would make great pillows for my living room. Thanks.

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    Liette says:

    I am a big fan of Malka! I have already made the knitting needle roll from her book. I would use the fat quarter pack to make one of her lovely quilts! I love the rich bright colours and the bold graphic designs!

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    Karen Moore says:

    Holy Moly, I have been waiting for this release excitedly too! I have one of Malka’s pillows, it’s the very first thing I ever bought on Esty, long before I even started quilting. I would probably make a rainbow inspired quilt for my youngest son (age 19) with this set. Thanks for the chance!

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    Candy says:

    Something bright and cheerful for our kids quilts charity

  63. 63
    Kelli says:

    What a beautiful bundle and a generous gift to give. Thanks to Moona and to you Faith for being the middleman for us! If I won, I’d probably just look at it for awhile and then maybe make a fun and funky dresden plate quilt with it.

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    jan fleming says:

    Think I would make a quick quilt so I could get it done fast and see the amazing colors

  65. 65
    Ulrike says:

    Should I be the lucky winner, I would make some cushoion covers.

  66. 66

    wow! what an amazing set of fabrics. i’m new to quilting, just finished my first quilt!!

    i would defiantly be using these to put together a quilt! i just adore this color combo. modern colors and prints are my fabrics of choice!

    Thanks sooooo much for the chance!

  67. 67
    Becky Greene says:

    What great fabric! I think I might use these as the brights in a modern version of Courthouse Steps.

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    Mary Smith says:

    That fat quarter set would make a lovely table runner + accessories for my kitchen table. :)

    Mary
    iammaryburke @ gmail.com

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    Nina says:

    This line is gorgeous! I would make a quilt with them. Thank you for the opportunity!

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    Angela N. says:

    If i was to win that gorgeous fabric, i probably would have fun and make an improv quilt with it. :)

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    Amber says:

    I’d love to show these off in a wall hanging in our family room. The room needs color! Gorgeous stuff. Thanks for the chance!

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    Cassie says:

    Beautiful! I have a whole list of quilts I want to make, but I’d probably go with a drunkards path :)

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    Mel says:

    love the reds and oranges. I’d make a new tote to show the fabric off. thanks for the chance

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    Ellen says:

    What a beautiful collection! It would be fun to showcase in a set of log cabin block centers! Thanks :)

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    Patti says:

    Wow, do I ever love those colours. I’m not sure what I would make with them, but it would be a quilt for sure, and maybe a bag. Thanks for an amazing giveaway and the opportunity to win,

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    Jess says:

    Fun fabric! I’d love make some bags with it. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Ane Scherrer says:

    Great giveaway! These fabrics are wonderful! Thanks for the chance to win. I will make a wall hanging or a table runner. Brazilian kisses…

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    Gill says:

    I can’t wait for this line to arrive in the UK!!!
    I’d love to make a picnic quilt!

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    Jen says:

    Beautiful fabric! It would make a nice quilt to brighten up my house!

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    Jeni says:

    Oh YUM! I am so excited for this line to be out! To be perfectly honest, I would just pet them for a while, haha! :)

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    Debbie says:

    oh my – these would just be fantastic additions to my stash, that’s for sure!

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    Andrea says:

    I have fallen hard for this fabric line!! I would love to make a quilt for MYSELF!!!

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    KimT says:

    Such a blast of color! I would likely do a simple squares or hst quilt paired with white to really show off the colors. Thanks for the chance to win :)

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    JustPam says:

    This fabric would make lovely bags or quilts. I will have to wait to see it in person to decide which!

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    CJ says:

    Color, color, color! I already have it planned-a wonky log cabin quilt for my son’s school spring fundraiser silent auction.

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    two.hippos says:

    How fun! I’d definitely use them in a quilt!

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    elle says:

    As a newbie to quilting I can think of so many patterns to try out with this beautiful bright batch of prints and any one of them would be amazing!

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    CaroleM says:

    Love those beautiful bright colours and designs. I would use it probably to participate in a BOM sew along.

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    Emily says:

    These would make some great throw pillows! With perhaps enough fabric left over for an awesome new bag!

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    Sarah says:

    This would either make the cutest 9 patch or most beautiful string quilt ever – that’s what I’d do!

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    Emily says:

    Malka’s colors are so pretty and different from any other collections. I’d make a quilt for myself with these!

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    April says:

    What fantastic fabric – I will be looking into these if I don’t win for a crib quilt for a new baby boy addition to the family. They are so vibrant and fun. I love what you did with the mini charms too – just lovely.

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    Melanie says:

    Ooooohhh – I would love to make that iPad case – maybe quilt it up!

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    Janita says:

    I must admit I am not familiar with Milka’s work, but I will become familiar. Her fabric is beautiful.

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    Rebecca says:

    Beautiful fabric and I just got her book for Christmas. I will definitely make a quilt out of her book with this beautiful fabric!

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    Melissa says:

    I would love to try and make something with stars! Maybe using your tutorials.

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    Sonia says:

    I would do the made in cherry quilt along quilt. I love that quilt.

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    Sue S says:

    Thanks for the chance to win. I would probably either make a quilt, or make some fun patchwork mug rugs to give as gifts.

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    Monika says:

    These fabrics are so bright and colourful!! I think I would look at them for quite a while – then maybe a BIG colourful summery quilt for us…

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    Martha says:

    This collection is so pretty. If they were mine first I would unfold them, then refold them, then organize them, then reorganize them, then lay them all out… and let them tell me what they want to be made into.

    Does anyone else “play” in their stash like that?

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    sharon says:

    I love bright colors!
    I would add a solid (black grey ??) and make a quilt

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    Shelbi says:

    These colors are amazing!!! I would make a bright and happy bag with this and maybe some organization pieces for my craft space!!!

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    Laura says:

    Wow! What beautiful fabrics!! :D I’m not sure if this giveaway includes the UK but I would love to win them! I’m a new quilter currently making my first quilt for my little sister, these fabrics would definitely feature in a second quilt for myself!!!

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    Michele says:

    Such a fun collection. I’d make a quilt.

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    Carrie says:

    I have two baby quilts to make. This line is so cool.
    I would love to use it for the quilts.

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    robin says:

    Love the vibrant color. :) I’d make a quilt from it. For myself.

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    Lyn says:

    For two years, now, I have been collecting perfectly inspired fabrics for a Halloween quilt. I am committed to Gray neutrals with subtle pops of color. Typical spooky fabrics are way too cartoonish for my vision. Some of the unusual Alexander Henry prints are my foundation fabrics – the anchor. These Malka prints are a perfect complement to the stash I have waiting to complete. If I should be gifted with this assortment you will see the fabric come to life in a very modern interpretation of Haloween.

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    Josée says:

    I’ll do the trivet in her book. And a quilt. Or maybe a pair of pants for my baby boy!

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    Karen says:

    Wow. Wow. Looks like a quilt to me.

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    amorette says:

    this would make a beautiful hexagon quilt, like the on in fresh quilting!

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    kristin says:

    Very cool! I might try a Log cabin capitalizing on the gradient effect.

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    duff says:

    funny you should ask–as I scrolled to your post through reader, I thought, “ooh, that would make a nice swoon quilt!” so that’s exactly what I’d do with it!

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    Ginny says:

    Those beauties look like the perfect prints to act as an antidote to a looming February which usually lasts a minimum of six weeks and NEEDS bright color in NEW prints. I’m seeing purses and totes and buntings…

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    Thanks for the giveaway! The yellow/greys would go into a sewing machine cover for me. The reds would become a set of little zipper bags.

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    Susan says:

    We are making the Summer Sampler blocks for our quilt guild. This would be a great use of those fabrics.

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    April C says:

    I would make a quilt and a happy new cover for my sewing machine! Her prints are so bright and cheery! Thanks for the giveaway!

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    I want to try my hand at a tumbler block quilt this year. These would be great for that!

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    Dell says:

    This colors would look great in my kitchen. I would love to make an apron and some placements.

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    Lauren says:

    Oh they’re so pretty! I’d use them for a baby quilt.

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    Katherine says:

    Malka’s eye for gorgeous colour has held me entraced for a few years now, so I’m very excited that she has her own fabric line. I would use her yummy fabrics to add some punch to some home accessories… like throw pillows, a tablerunner or two and a mini quilt. Thanks for the generous giveaway!

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    Laurie says:

    Cool! Those fabrics look gorgeous!

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    Lonni says:

    Ooooh! That orange is gorgeous. I would make a quilt for the local women’s shelter. The prints are so positive and perfect for cheering up those who are in distress and need some brightening up. The quilt would be a good reminder of “new beginnings” for someone.

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    Kristy says:

    These fabrics are beautiful! I have Malka’s book, and I’ve been drooling over her fabrics. I’m patiently waiting for your Solstice Stars tutorials to begin. Wouldn’t this fabric be amazing in those blocks?

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    Jessica says:

    Wow! These are beautiful fabrics, I can only imagine the possibilities. I would probably start a baby quilt for our future baby!

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    Kelly says:

    I’m all about stashing fabric and these lovelies would go into the stacks until just the right project came along! Thanks for amazing giveaways!

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    sue says:

    Inspirational…………..the fabrics almost design the quilt!!

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    Tiffanie says:

    Oh, what fun fabric. I would totally use this fabric as a falling half square triangles quilt as well as a table runner for my office desk

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    Lori C. says:

    Some pillows seem like a good way to soak in the beautiful, saturated colors every day. Can’t wait to see the whole line in my local quilt shop. Thanks for the give-away Faith and Moona!

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    Margie says:

    Oh, I am madly saving for this line and would so love to win! I am taking a block of the month class online and would definitely use this to make a lap quilt for our home. I’ve also thought that it might be fun to use in an I Spy quilt to complement the bright colors in the children’s fabrics I’m using. I’m also thinking of getting some yardage when I can to make curtains for the kitchen window and then, placemats would be great too. Thank you for the opportunity.

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    Stephanie says:

    What a gorgeous bundle of fabrics! I’d probably pair the fabric with some coordinating solids and turn it into a quilt.

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    Maria says:

    Beautiful! I’ve been lusting after this fabric since I first saw it. Might be the jump start I need to start that Swoon quilt…
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Jan says:

    Wonderful fabrics and give away. I’d use them in a quilt.

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    MiChal says:

    Beautiful fabrics. I’d make a wall quilt and put it where I’d see it every single day.

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    Ashley says:

    Make a quilt for my bff! She has been wanting one and i love the colors!

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    Brenna says:

    Gorgeous! These would be perfect for a throw quilt for our new living room!

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    Anita says:

    OMG, I love the colors. I think that I would make a table runner and a scarf. Thanks for the chance!

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    I would love to make a table runner with this fabric. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Adele says:

    One of my greatly anticipated fabric lines. Not exactly sure what quilt I would make, but it would definitely be staying at my casa!

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    Debby says:

    Love the colors! They are so ‘happy’. Not really sure what I would make, but it would be fun to cut into them for a fabulous project.

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    Heather says:

    Oh boy, I have no idea what I would make! Something with stars, maybe. :) Thanks for the giveaway.

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    Alix says:

    I’d like to make a Boxed in quilt with these fabrics from the 99 modern blocks book! Thanks for the giveaway!

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    diana says:

    Wow! I am so in love with these fabrics! I know it would be something with gray and yellow and some other thing with orange and red. But I have no ideea what :D

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    Michelle says:

    I have a drunkard’s path template that I recently purchased and would love to try it out with these fabrics. There are some of my favourite colours in this group.

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    Bobbi says:

    Malka is awesome!!! Love having her in Austin. :)

    I want to make a giant bow-tie quilt, kind of like this one on craftster. I like what you did with the multiple neutral colors in your quilt.

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    Deborah says:

    I am new to quilting. And I love it! LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE it! I find picking out fabric to be daunting and a little scary. I mean there are just so many options. My best friend is having a baby this summer and I want to make her a baby blanket, but she is not telling the gender. Those fabrics are so whimsical and bright that I don’t think it will matter if the baby is a boy or a girl.

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    Jen L says:

    What a delightful pop of color on a gray snowy day where I am… Aaaahhhh! I would work up a summery quilt for my living room. The colors would be lovely with my red accent wall.

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    Paty Z says:

    Definitely a quilt!!! the colors and designs are fantastic. Thanks for the chance.

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    Andrea C says:

    wow, beautiful! not sure what i would do…but definitely some dreaming!

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    everinprogress says:

    This would make such a bright, fun quilt for a little guy I know :) Thanks for the chance!

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    Rachel says:

    They are so bright, I’m thinking maybe string triangles? What a fun giveaway.

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    Amanda says:

    I saw the fabrics and immediately thought of a big wonky star quilt! Thank.

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    Andrea says:

    I would make a modern child size quilt. These are just amazing.

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    Danny says:

    OOOOO! I see cloth blocks in the future!

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    Glynette says:

    I would make some fun pillows for my daughter’s first apartment—she’d love, love, love them!

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    bee says:

    oh wow! thanks for a great giveaway. this would have to go into a wall quilt of some kind for my apartment.

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    Lynda says:

    I’ve been drooling over these since I first saw them. I would probably use them to make a quilt for my son because they are cute without being girly. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Lynda H says:

    truthfully, I would have to just touch and feel and think about it for a while, maybe see what I have in the cupboard to go with and check out a few ideas online before I decide to do with such a scrumptous line of fabric. I am really slow with the thought process, but once decided just dive right in.

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    Sharon T says:

    This collection takes my breath away! How about Solstice Stars?

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    Kelly O. says:

    oh my! I have the most fabulous quilt pattern by Butch Myers that just screams this fabric!! crossing my fingers!

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    KZK says:

    I would use every BIT of those lovely fabs to brighten things up around here!!! Wonky Stars? Free-form Log Cabin? Something FUN!!!
    KZK

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    Patti S says:

    I love those colors and patters. Not sure what I would make yet, but what ever it is I would try to use up every little bit.

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    Hannah says:

    I love this line! I’d definitely use the fabrics to add some color to our bedroom. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    elsa says:

    I love Malka’s work and her new fabric line!
    I’d be making a quilt, of course.

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    Lindsey says:

    AWESOME giveaway!! I’ve been drooling over this fabric for months now, I love the bright colors!

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    Lyanna L. says:

    This is gorgeous fabric. I think I might save it to use for a project for Rachel’s Curves Class over at Stitched in Color…or perhaps use it for a fun mini quilt. There are lots of possibilities! =)

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    Kelly V says:

    This is so exciting! I love those colors. I can already imagine a baby blanket for my close friends newborn!

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    Wowza … A giant star block for a lap quilt for a wonderful friend

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    Angie C says:

    Beautiful Fabric!! Would love to make a lap quilt with it! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

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    Connie Martin says:

    I know these colours would brighten up a dreary January day.

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    Paula says:

    I have been eagerly anticipating the release of this line and would be thrilled to win! I would make a sampler quilt so let the fabrics shine!

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    Laureen says:

    Those colors are perfect for a quilt I’d like to make for my sister! Beautiful fabrics! Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Kelli H. says:

    I would love the chance to win this! I think it’d be perfect for this star sampler quilt along I’m hoping to participate in. You may of heard of it – it’s called Solstice Stars. Hehe…

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    Lori says:

    LOVE this fabric! Thanks for the give-away.

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    Regina says:

    I love the gorgeousl saturated colors, especially the oranges.

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    Shannyn says:

    Oooh! I love these colours! I’m getting up the courage to do some paper piecing to do a stars quilt…this would be perfect! Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Ellen M. says:

    These are awesome! I would love to use these in my next project. Thanks!

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    Jacy says:

    I’m sure I would stare at the fat quarter bundle for awhile and just admire it. Then, I would cut it to pieces and sew it all back together to make a beautiful quit! Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Jenn says:

    I’d like to say I’d make a mosaic quilt for my daughter with these… but if I’m being honest, it would totally be for me! Such wonderful, bright colors!

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    Marcia says:

    These fabrics are very new and fresh looking – just what I need for my next quilt!

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    Tracy Bower says:

    This looks like the perfect inspiration for quilted pillow shams I want to do in my bedroom! I have a feeling that’s what I’d use it for if I won. So so pretty!

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    Becky says:

    OMG! I’ve been a huge fan of her Etsy shop for a while now! I can’t believe that Moda is coming out with this fabric!!! That makes me incredibly happy! I’d love to win some and make a quilt, but even if I don’t, thank you for letting us know about this fabric line!!!!!

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    DianeY says:

    I’ve been anxiously awaiting this line because I love all of Malka’s work & I love color! Can’t wait to see it in person!

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    Jolene says:

    I agree with the others that the fabric looks so wonderful! What a great giveaway. I’m sure whoever wins will be inspired to make something beautiful, wether a quilt, wall hanging, pillows… etc etc.

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    Emily says:

    Yum! Its fab, I would love to make a squares on squares quilt with some grey solid-this would be perfect!

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    Melissa says:

    I see a beautiful bright baby quilt! Thanks for the generous giveaway!

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    Corinne says:

    Pretty, pretty fabric, I would use the fabrics for the calendar (12 small quilts) door hangings that am making for my family for 2012 Christmas gifts. Thank you for a chance to win.

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    Ella says:

    Oooo….a bag! And a bevy of pouches to go with it!

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    Marci Girl says:

    I’m not sure what I would make, the fabric is so pretty, maybe some handbags and pouches! So pretty!

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    Karey says:

    Gorgeous fabric! I would love to win! I would make some bags with it!

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    Sheila says:

    I have no idea what I’d make with this lovely bundle…I’d probably just gaze at it for a while. I’m a huge Malka fan, too, and I can’t wait to see this fabric start to pop up in projects all over Flickr and Pinterest! Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

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    Amanda says:

    Thanks for doing this giveaway. I really need a new purse of my own and would love to do a patchwork hipster type with this fabric. :)

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    Christy says:

    Oomph, beautiful! I would probably turn them into some little wallets that I have been working on lately…or maybe e-reader sleeves. I love bold prints!

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    Dj says:

    These would make some very cute pincushions. Thanks for the chance!

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    Mary on Lake Pulaski says:

    I would make a picnic blanket out of that beautiful bundle !

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    Annie says:

    I would make a lap quilt for my newly married daughter the colors are a perfect match for her house. I cant wait to see what people will be making with this.

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    Debra L says:

    I have her book and want to make the sewing machine cover!

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    Nancy B from Many LA says:

    What gorgeous fabric! Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Wendy A says:

    Love the colors! Great for my new quilt!

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    Adam says:

    I love those bright colors! My girlfriend is a quilter and I’d love to surprise her with these!

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    Kristin H says:

    I love the colors! I will be keeping my fingers crossed.

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    Mel says:

    Ooh! I love Malka’s stuff! I’ll probably hoard it for a while then stitch it up into something quilty. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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    Marcelle says:

    This fabric would look awesome in a kaleidoscope quilt I have planned – beautiful and vibrant, it would be extra zingy. Thanks for the opportunity to own some of this new range.

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    Ruth Griffin says:

    Hi

    I would make a colourful crib/baby quilt for my sister who is expecting her first child in July. I am going to be an aunt. It is so exciting!

    Thanks for the generous giveaway!

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    Colby says:

    I would love to use these in a quilt to showcase the fabulous prints!

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    Sabs says:

    They are such vibrant colours… I think I might make a whole collection of pillow/cushion covers and also a bed runner to liven up my guest bedroom (and hopefully impress my guests…!)

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    Marcia Herath says:

    I love the colors of the fabric. I’m just starting my first quilt so the fabric would “age: a bit while I thought about what to make.

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    Carla G says:

    I would love to make a lap quilt for my son with those nice bright colors! Thanks for a chance to win! :)

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    Billie K says:

    I love to use fat quarter sets for QALs.

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    Sara says:

    those are such fun fabrics! i’d make a baby quilt for my boyfriend’s upcoming nephew to be

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    Sheetal says:

    what a fun giveaway! I’m a big fan of Malka’s work and would love to try making an improv pin wheel quilt like she did if I won the FQ bundle!

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    Jaime says:

    The fabrics are great, definitely not for grandma’s quilts! I’d love to make some accent pieces to brighten up my cousin’s drab dorm room… maybe some throw pillows or shams!
    P.S.: I love your blog.

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    pretty! love those bright colors! Let’s see… I’d make a quilt for sure, maybe from blocks from a new book I just received, “99 modern quilt blocks”! So many fresh blocks in there! Thanks for the chance :-)

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    love, love, love this fabric so much. I’d make a huge quilt to really show off the colors.

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    Jeannette says:

    I’m a big Malka fan too… and it has nothing to do with her living in the same town as me… hehehehe. Been waiting for her fabrics forever it seems!

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    Amy says:

    Oh the colors are so lovely! I would love to make a quilt with really big blocks. Love it!

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    Gail B says:

    These are beautiful and would love lovely as one of Amy Butlers bags!

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    Lynn says:

    What wouldn’t I do with it. The patterns and colors are all so bright and happy, so many fun things to do with fabric like this!

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    Marika says:

    I’d probably make a really colorful quilt !!

    Thanks for the chance!

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    Caroline says:

    What a lovely range. I received a number of quilty books for Christmas so would love some fabric to have a go at the many projects I have my eye on. Thanks

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    Amanda S. says:

    Gorgeous colors – I would totally mix in some whites and make a scrappy patchwork quilt!

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    Verena says:

    Wonderful colors. I have lots of things in mind that could be made out of those, but I think I would probably make some pillow cases that would bring some nice colorful spots on my black sofa!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Sara says:

    I have recently decided that I want to quilt! Just began sewing and finished my first project this Christmas…an Advent calendar! I would love to begin quilting and have been inspired by your blog! I have virtually no fabric and just excited to get started learning the basics! Thank you for your blog…you make it look so easy!

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    Great colours for a great quilt. Since I’ve never done a Dresden plate I would go for one with these fabrics. No white/black/grey background though. I guess I would vote for green or turquois. What do you think?

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    Laura Tawney says:

    I’m hooked on that fabric line and designer! I’ve been branching out and and would love to be able to create a improv quilt with them. How fun that could be!
    LauraT

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    Mary says:

    Wowee these look delicious, I’ve got a stack of quilt plans in my head, inspired by all the quilt alongs that have just started, AND I have a grand plan to make a quilt for my middle child (her 2 siblings each have one) and her favourite colour is orange so I can see some of these, if not all going into her quilt.
    thanks so much for the chance to win

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    Sandyb says:

    What wonderful colors!!! They make me smile and smile and smile!!! I have been thinking of a quilt to make for our bed but I haven’t decided on a pattern nor all of the colors but I was thinking of some green, which is here and some tangerine, which is here, so hmmmmmmmmm now I owuld have to decide on a pattern.

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    Jenelle says:

    What a beautiful vibrant set! I think I would take some of the print and mix them in to a few quilts I would like to work on. Some cute zipper bags would also be great. Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Jenny M. says:

    Beautiful fabrics! I have 2 little girls, so I would make dresses for them or cut up into squares & make patchwork twirl skirts. :)

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    Christine B. says:

    Wow! What gorgeous colors! So bright and cheerful – they would SO work in my officially trendy Tangerine Orange retro 80’s kitchen!

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    jennifer says:

    i can’t lie – id probably hoard this awhile, they’re so pretty! but then id dig in and use them for a lap quilt I’m sure.. such fabulous colors!

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    Kristi says:

    After staring at the snow and ice outside, those fabrics are a great blast of color! I think a sampler quilt would be great and an awesome way to spotlight each fabric! Thank you for the giveaway!

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    katie says:

    Ohhh great colors. I’d attempt a table runner with this bundle. My dining room could use a pop of color.

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    Kirsten W. says:

    I love her fabrics! I would incorporate them into a quilt I’m making for our daughter’s “big girl” bed.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Bertine says:

    I would use them in their own quilt. I have a couple options for the pattern but these would look great in so many places.

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    Lyn says:

    I love those colors! They would look awesome as pillows for my living room!

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    Lisa C says:

    I am just about to quilt a lap quilt for the Dallas Ronald McDonald House. I would use these fabrics to make a second quilt for them. Thanks for the chance. The colors are fabulous!

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    Heather F says:

    A wall-hanging or quilt of course! Very pretty, thanks for the giveaway!

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    Vikki says:

    I think a string quilt would look great from them, and I could add some kona solids to the quilt to space out those gorgeous fabrics a bit.

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    Sarah O says:

    The colors are so bright and cherry!! I would make a big floor quilt for my kiddos with solids to set the prints off! YAY! Thanks for the sweet giveaway!

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    Melodee says:

    I have been ogling this fabric for sometime waiting and waiting for it to become available. Possibilities are endless, but would most likely end up making some kind of log cabin.

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    iremguclu says:

    That cheerful colors would go awesome on some pillows, or a bed covering..

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    Korie says:

    I would love to make a series of mini quilts with these. I have been pinning minis for inspiration and would love to utilize this colorful line of fabrics. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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    Bridgette says:

    I love these fabrics! I would start my first quilt!

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    Tanesha says:

    These are beautiful and I just love Malka’s work. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

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    Debbie says:

    I love it. I’d add some solids and make some modern design.

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    Ceil says:

    I love them think they’d be perfect for a quilt from the book: Living Large 2!

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    JENNY says:

    these are such great fabrics…i love the saturated colors…i would most likely want to try some of malka’s patterns, i love her results!

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    Marcia R says:

    The colors are so beautiful! I would make a quilt for myself – How gorgeous would I be draped in those fabrics?

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    Dorrylu says:

    What gorgeous fabrics! I could see the vibrancy of these fabrics being displayed really nicely in a mod freeform version of the Dresden Plate pattern. With a black and white background, it would look amazing!

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    Bailey says:

    So yummy! A quilt for when there is a snowstorm! How great would those colors be against a snowy day?

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    Anja says:

    Fabulous Fabrics. I’d use them for our New bedroom quilt.

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    Ann says:

    Maybe I would use Malka’s fabrics for the Solstice Stars quilt along.

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    Dan says:

    Amazing colors! I can’t wait to sew with some.

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    Michaela says:

    Oh wow, that’s gorgeous. I would probably make something for my boyfriend – those fabrics can be manly, right?

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    vickey says:

    I love this line! I would make a qilt of some sort. Maybe a wonky star quilt.

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    rachal m says:

    these fabrics look just amazing- that intense gold really pops!! i think it would suit something improv – maybe some wonky stars??

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    Binks says:

    I’d love to join and use these bad boys in your Solstice Stars Quilt Along. YAY!

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    eileen says:

    I could definitely use this for a zigzag throw quilt. Thanks for the chance. I LOVE MOONA

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    Judy says:

    I have no idea what I’d make – maybe I’d take a que from your quilt and follow that direction. I’m just learning the tricks of the trade and just find it all so exciting. It’s a new adventure for me. Thanks for the chance!

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    Linda says:

    Oh what a great look. I wonder what kind of quilt I would make.

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    Carol A. says:

    All I can say is YUM!!! I see a summer bag with fun bright colors!

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    Melissa says:

    I’d hang them on my wall to admire, right after I wiped away the drool.

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    Bianca says:

    I have seen a couple of tops and skirts I like in shops lately and I was thinking I would like to try and combined the two and make a dress for my girls, it’s kind of hard to explain what it will look like but it will be an exciting challenge for me because I only have basic sewing skills and I have been sewing for a short time but I am excited tO give it a go lol
    These gorgeous fabrics look perfect for my creation :D

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    Deb H. says:

    I love the colors…..would use this to make a tote!

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    Sheryl says:

    I always think of a quilt first but I think this would be one of those lines that you find you put a bit of it in everything you make for the next year (have you ever had a line like that??) It gorgeous!

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    Fabulous! I think they would actually make a great “man” quilt!

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    Dianne Giles says:

    Great colours – sew inspiring! I would make “Swoon” blocks of course. Thanks for the chance, Dianne

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    Bonnie C says:

    I am going to make a baby quilt for my neice’s first baby. She has bright colors in her house so this fabric will be perfect. I spent hours on line looking for the perfect faric, and here it is.

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    Jennie says:

    I love it. I’ve been on the lookout for some fabrics for the Sew Red for Women quilt along due to start in February to raise awareness of heart disease. This might just tick the box – yummy! Fab giveaway – thank you

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    Fiona says:

    How awesome are those colours and shapes in the fabrics… thank you for the chance for them to live with me…. I think I would make large drunken path blocks so they can show off the fabric…
    Hugz

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    M. T. says:

    I’d pair it with some solids and try a sampler of star blocks, I think. Or a sampler of blocks from the 99 modern blocks book, which arrived yesterday!

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    Lotti says:

    Oh these are great, I would use the top ones in a few blocks to go with the blocks i’ve received in the 3×6 bee, perfect colours! Im sure id soon find jobs for the others too!

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    Lindsay says:

    Pretty fabrics! If I won I’d either have to make a quilt or some pillows.

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    Vibrant colours! I fear I would’t do anything with this stack of beauties for the first months. Just looking at them and finally deciding how to cut into them :) Especially because it’s a pre-launch bundle. They might end up as bags or pillows or find their way into a colourful quilt. But I simply can’t decide on that now :) Thanks for the generous giveaway, Faith!
    Happy quilting!

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    Jennie P. says:

    I just love the colors. So vibrant! I’d probably use them to make some bags with these great patterns I have acquired recently. Or perhaps use them for a quilt.

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    Maureen says:

    Love the colors! Love the comments! How will you ever pick one to win?? I know – pick me!

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    Keira says:

    Absolutely love these colours and can see them in a twist quilt!!!!

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    Nancy D. says:

    Love those jewels! I’d make an awesome quilt with it.

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    Donna S. says:

    Wow , now this is what I’ve been looking for , this is exactly what I have been searching the past month for , my son’s girlfriend has been asking me to make her a quilt and I love making them for family members and friends , but I also like matching up the fabric to that person and this is just like her , that something different. and I know that she would love to be wrapped up at night with this beauty thats for sure

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    Heather says:

    Gorgeous designs! I would incorporate these into a quilt one way or another.

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    Sarah says:

    First off, I would like to say how much I enjoy reading your blog. As a new sewist I find it extremely helpful and full of inspiration. If I won the fabric above, I think I would maybe do something with half square triangles.

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    Suzanne says:

    Oh my, I would love these colors..my stash is sooo dated and I’d love to perk up my projects with some beautiful colors like these

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    Kim says:

    I would make something out of Malkas book, I just love everything she does!

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    begoodbabe says:

    I would like to make a Swoon quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Barb says:

    I’d love to make a Lemon Squares quilt with these fabrics. The pattern would be awesome with these bright fabrics!

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    Lindsay says:

    I am almost finished with my first quilt of 2012, so I think this would be a nice start to quilt #2! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

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    Terri says:

    Aw, thanks for the chance! i have been waiting ForEver for this fabric :-)

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    Monica Bryan says:

    Those colors would make an awesome quilt for a teenager!

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    Paula says:

    I sooooo love her quilts and her fabric!!! I’d really like to have a go with this give-away!!! Luck to me!!!

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    Katy says:

    Oh that line looks fab, love the bold colours! I’d love to find a nice, big, bold pattern to showcase these prints for a quilt for my living room.

    Thanks for the chance to win :)

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    Julie says:

    I would use it for your series of block tutorials. thanks for the chance.

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    Melissa says:

    For a while, I would tuck it under my pillow and snuggle with it at night…but who could sleep with ALL THAT COLOR!! :)
    Then, I don’t know, but I know I love it love it love it!!! I got to see and touch and feel it last fall, too, and I am not waiting very patiently for it to come out. :)

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    Annaliese says:

    lovey fabric! I’m working out a pattern for a quilt for my sister’s college graduation. You know these would be perfect for that, send ‘em to me!!! Thanks for the chance ;)

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    charlotte says:

    All that color! Pillows for my white couch! They would look stunning! Thanks.

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    Kirsten says:

    I really love these bright and fun prints – I think they would be perfect for a quilt for one of my teenage sons.

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    Soapysyrie says:

    Mmm it’s really unusual to have such strong colours in a fabric line, I really like it.

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    Mary says:

    Such great colors! Would love to make a quilt out of that.

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    Nancy O says:

    Love the saturated colors!

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    Heidi says:

    This looks like a fun picnic blanket to me. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Kari says:

    The colors are super fun! I’m thinking throw blanket using 3″ squares…

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    What gorgeous and bright fabric. Jacinta

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    Jody says:

    I’m thinking a nice quilt for the beach….in a scrappy circle design. Thanks for a great giveaway Faith…I really love Malka’s fabrics!!!

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    Vreni says:

    I think these fun fabrics would lend themselves perfectly for table mats as well as for quilts (of course). Thanks for a great give away!

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    Merynne says:

    Wow! What beautiful funky, modern prints! I just love the colours too. They are a perfect inspiration for a new project or two!

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    Paige says:

    What beautiful colors! An amazing opportunity for whoever wins! Thanks!

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    Katie B says:

    Ooh, fun! I’d definitely make some kind of improv quilt!

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    nicole says:

    wow! this fabric is beautiful!! thank you for a chance to win it!

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    Cecilia says:

    I would use it to make a tote bag for myself and I would use the leftovers in a scrappy quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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    Susan G says:

    After completing many quilts for other people, I’m ready to make a quilt for my bed, and these fabrics would be perfect! Thanks for giving us the chance to win.

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    Rebecca says:

    I absolutely adore these fabrics! I would make either a bento box, zig zag or 36-patch quilt from these, with perhaps a few solids thrown in. With such beautiful fabrics as these, I can assure you that every last scrap would be used!

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    Faye says:

    I don’t know what design I would use, but definitely a quilt of some kind. These fabrics are so beautiful!

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    Carol J. says:

    I just love the fabric! I would make myself a quilt. Such crisp, great fabrics.

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    Anna says:

    Beautiful fabrics; I love the oranges. I’ve been trying to think up ideas for a small quilted wall-hanging as a gift for a newlywed couple who move around a lot… I bet these fabrics would inspire some great designs!

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    Sarah says:

    Talk about fun colors!!! I would make my cousins daughter a quilt she could grow up with. She is a spicy kid and would adore the prints. How fun! Thanks for the opportunity!!

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    Ivy P Motuyang says:

    i would make a tote bag, a messenger bag and maybe cushion covers. thanks.

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    Amy says:

    I hope to get the courage to start my very first quilt! Amy @ gasudimack(at)sbglobal(dot)net

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    monique says:

    I love this fabric! I would make a fun quilt with wonky stars. But first I would probably just put them on display so I could touch and rearrange them every time I walked by.

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    I am going to start the farmers wife sampler quilt and I think these fabrics would be perfect! Such a great giveaway :)

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    Laura says:

    I have been admiring these fabrics. I would use them to make a new quilt for my granddaughter. Then she might let me have my quilt back! ;-)

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    Diane says:

    love the fabrics!!! my nephew just got engaged … wouldnt they make a beautiful wedding quilt? :) Thanks for the chance.

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    Brooke says:

    Those would make some awesome throw pillows for my camel-colored couches!

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    Anne says:

    This looks like it just wants to be a plus quilt!! I might just have them on the brain, but those lovely colors would look so fun and pretty!

    Thank you for a wonderful giveaway!

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    mims says:

    i love these fabrics. i think a star quilt would in my future if i was lucky enough to win.

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    Charlotte E says:

    I’m a beginner quilter so this bundle would help me build up my stasth and I’d use bits and pieces of it in all different quilts so it can be admired time and time again.

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    Gwen Windham says:

    Such pretty fabric– love those vibrant colors!! If I won, I think that I would make a play quilt for my granddaughter. Those vivid colors would be perfect for her! Thank you for the chance to win!! :-)

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    Sarah Rothwell says:

    I would love to attempt a cathedral window quilt with those bold colors.

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    jmniffer says:

    I am a novice quilter…two completed quilts under my belt to this point. I would love the fabric to add to my stash and to make a bright and cheery wallhanging for my sewing room. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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    jeanne e. says:

    very yummy looking fabrics!! i think i would like to try some wonky log cabin squares…i have been thinking about making some placemats lately… thanks for the chance!

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    Paige says:

    Ooooh, I’m thinking log cabins with thick “logs” for one of my boys. Thanks for the chance!

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    I would grab some solids from my stash and make a fantastic modern quilt with this awesome fabric

    I’m a huge fan of all of her collections.

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    Beth Hammergren says:

    What beautiful colors and patterns. I would consider them an early birthday gift, put them into my stash until they scream at me to be used. Thanks for the opportunity.

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    Elizabeth says:

    Beautiful fabrics! Thank you for the giveaway!

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    Elizabeth says:

    Beautiful fabrics! I would make my first improv quilt! Thank you for the giveaway!

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    thepricklypinecone says:

    I think these would make fab fabric storage baskets for my craft room!

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    Katherine says:

    I need to get a quilt together for my newest nephew. I love making non-traditional baby quilts both modern in design and fabric choice and these bright colors are luscious! Thank you for the chance to win.

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    lisam says:

    I need a new purse soon, and I would use it every day…hey,wait, I could make two! plus one for a friend! Pick me!

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    Cyndi says:

    I would make several mini-quilts and mug rugs to give to my friends.

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    Marcene says:

    Love this fabric!

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    Kathy says:

    Love the colors, I would make me a table runner!!

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    Julie says:

    I’m knee deep in sewing a civil war quilt right now, and I am definitely ready for something bright and modern and cheerful. I’m especially looking forward to trying out the kaleidoscopic quilt from this website.

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    Kate says:

    I would make a quilt for my little boy’s big bed for when he moves out of his cot. I love these colours!

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    Cheryl says:

    I’d make a lap quilt and I’ve been wanting to try a drunkard’s path pattern. Fabulous colors! I love anything with blue and the gray, orange, and yellow all look great with the blue.

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    Michelle says:

    Scrumptious! Oh this is just beautiful, I would have to just look at it awhile before I could cut into it. Thank You for the opportunity to get a little of this great new fabric early.

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    Shannon says:

    I would do a wonky block baby quilt. I think those bright colors would be fantastic for kids!

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    Chelsea V. says:

    Oh my gosh I love the colors! I’m a new quilter but have been sewing for a couple of years now and I would love to use it to begin a new colorful quilt for summer…something for the beach and late night bon fires! Thank you for the opportunity to enter and I love your blog…you help ppl like me see how amazing the quilting and sewing community is!

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    Kathrynn says:

    I love the colors, I think a lap quilt would be great

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    Judith says:

    What wonderful fabrics! I would definitely be stroking and feeling these FQ and dreaming of where and how I would use them. I am very tactile and inspiration comes to me so often after I have had an opportunity to touch and dream.

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    Tamie says:

    Oh, I’ve never had a fat quarter bundle before. My 20 year old has asked for a quilt and this bundle would be perfect for her. Thanks for the giveaway.

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    Nurseli says:

    Like the bold colors. Definitely would make a quilt!

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    Susan K from Canada says:

    WOW WOW WOW I love the colours and designs – very unique. I would make a bold and bright quilt – or may be a wall hanging – or maybe a picnic blanket – so much inspiration. Thanks for a chance to win

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    Hueisei says:

    Beautiful. It’s sure will love great on a patchwork bag! Thx for the chance to win.

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    Sarah says:

    I LOVE the yellow prints! I’d have to lay them out first to see how big the designs are, but I’d probably do a circle quilt. Maybe Dresdens if the prints wouldn’t be lost. Thank you & Moona for this giveaway!

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    Suann says:

    What fabulous colors. I would love to make a throw for my couch to brighten up the room.

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    nicole says:

    Wow very unusualand a little manly. I like it. I have never made my husband a quilt. Looks like the inspiration I need to make one for him.

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    Katie says:

    How fun are these!!! I am new to the quilting world! On quilt 3 now and I would love these in my next quilt!! And, grey and yellow are totally the current favorites that I’m redoing my bedroom in! So these would be awesome and introduce some other colors! How fun!! Thanks sor sharing with all of us!

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    Patty says:

    I would love to make a baby quilt for my first GRANDAUGHTER who is expected February 24!!! What a great way to enter the world with such wonderful fabric to explore with her eyes and hands,

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    Allison C says:

    Im making a Tokyo subway map quilt from the tut on Elizabeth Hartman’s blog and need more fabrics to make tiny 2″ squares with. And I want to make myself a sewing machine cover.

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    Lyn mcCarty says:

    Seems like there are two Lyns (with one n)… Hi, other Lyn! I am the one with a Modern Halloween quilt in mind.

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    Sue Niven says:

    If i won i would make dolls clothes for my charity dolls and spread the love around.

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    Sandra says:

    I too am a fan of Malka – I think I ‘d try a pillow first.

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    Jill J. says:

    Would love this collection…. I’d make lap quilt for the snowy weather…whenever it gets here!

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    Lisa Estrada says:

    I would love to make a quilt for my 13-year-old daughter. Thanks for the chance.

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    Elisabeth says:

    It’s so colourful, I would love to make a quilt or a picnic blanket with it. I can just see myself in the park sitting on it eating sandwiches and ice cream.

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    Leona says:

    Oh yummy love the colors.
    I would make a quilt for ME. I usually make for others and I believe it is time for one just for moi.

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    karen says:

    Wow! a great giveaway, I love these fabrics, you can count me in. I have also grabbed your blog button for the mini Monday quilt! may not get one made every week, but a very good challenge. Kx

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    Shola says:

    Ooh great range of colours! I’m sure I could get a nice pieced top for me and DD out of them, or maybe cushion covers?!

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    Vivian says:

    I just started to quilt over Christmas so any fabric would be welcomed I would make something for my first grand child due in June 2012. I am on my fourth appliqué project and I love free motion quilting

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    Tracie says:

    I love the colors! I would love to make a lap size quilt for snuggling on my couch. I think some improv design would be fun.

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    debra says:

    I would love to try the reverse circle quilting…have wanted to do this for some time now. These fabrics with their cycles insitu are very inspiring…thank you for the giveaway :)

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    Nancy C says:

    I’m thinking either crosses or stars…to show off those bold colors.
    They look yummy!

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    Stina says:

    Lovely patterns and colours. Keeping my fingers crossed… I would make a plus quilt if I won…

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    marg says:

    Such lovely colours. Would make a lovely quilt its just to find the pattern that would suit

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    Deb says:

    What fun fabric! I’m thinking maybe some wonky stars…

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    Vanessa F says:

    Great colours!
    Perfect for my living room couch! :D

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    suri says:

    hi, thanks for a great giveaway!! those are very nice patterns and i think a simple patchwork quilt can do wonders!!

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    Amanda K says:

    Beautiful fabric! I would use it to make something for myself. :)

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    Lindsay F says:

    I would make a case for my laptop!

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    mo says:

    oh, a nice bold quilt, for sure. I love these fabrics!

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    Jamie says:

    This may be one of the few times that I would experience fabric paralysis. I am pretty good about cutting into my stash, but these are SO amazing. Maybe I would just frame them and put them on my wall so I could look at them all the time.

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    Brenda says:

    Love the colours. Thank you for the chance to win.

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    Kali says:

    I’ll finally make a quilt for MYSELF now that the holidays are over :)

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    Sarah says:

    A lap quilt for our new sun room!

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    Mitzi says:

    Great colors. I’m looking for fabric to make a quilt to donate to Wellspring in Atlanta and these colors would be perfect for a teenage girl! Love!

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    Cheryl B. says:

    I am new at quilting, but all those beautiful fabrics are very inspiring.

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    Amanda says:

    I love the colors! The blue and gray is exactly what I am looking at redoing my living room in.

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    Kathy says:

    I am itching to make your solstice stars and this fabric would be perfect to get me started. Thank you for the opportunity to enter.

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    Carmen Wyant says:

    I probably shouldn’t enter this since I do have a layer cake of this (must have been a sample spree purchase). But it is just gorgeous and I’m going to be greedy and enter because I want to make a bag out of this.

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    I would love to win! I would make doll clothes, for sure!

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    Beth says:

    Love the colors! I am looking going to make a quilt with curves — these would be perfect! Thanks for the giveaway.

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    syd says:

    That would be incredibly exciting! I have been itching for a reason to start a quilt (I’m primarily a knitter), and what better reason than GORGEOUS fabric!!?? :-) Thanks for the opportunity -

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    Kara says:

    Beautiful!! I think I’d have to do a quilt!

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    Shin Kim says:

    These are such great colors! I would love to make some accessories for my daughter.

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    Marieke says:

    Oh those colors are so bright and delicious!

    I just received the Modern Blocks book in the mail yesterday (primarily for your Boxed In block), so possibly a quilt from blocks from that book, as there are quite a few I adore. Or maybe put my Jaybird Quilts’ Opposites Attract pattern in action. Or… or…

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    Jayme C says:

    Wouldn’t those fabrics look fantastic in your solstice star blocks? Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Kathleen says:

    Don’t laugh but I made lots of pot holders and aprons for Christmas presents and now it’s time to make some for me. These would surely brighten up my kitchen. Thanks.

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    Leo says:

    something for my sisters, size depending on whatever matching fabric I find… Thanks for the chance!

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    Melissa says:

    I love the colors – so bright and fresh! Maybe some pillows, those could definitely bring some much needed color to our drab living room!

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    I would love to make a set of coasters and matching runner!

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    Robin F. says:

    I love Malka’s fabrics! So nice to see a fellow Austinite doing so well, too! I would like to start making decorations for my home – wall hangings, table runners, throw pillows, etc. Thanks!

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    Sally Fisher says:

    I’ve been eyeing this fabric since she introduced it on her blog. I’d probably make a table runner or a summer bag or a quilt or pillows or a wall hanging. I’d probably have to look at it for awhile before I could decide. Thanks!

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    Karen A says:

    I think these colors would be fabulous in a wonky stars quilt!

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    Rebecca says:

    Those fabrics would make a fun beach quilt! THANKS for the chance!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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    Courtney says:

    OOoh! I am also a big fan, although a little late. I just picked up her book last week! The book is full of great projects, and it would be awesome to use her fabric too!

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    Sally says:

    I love the bright colors – I think I would use them in some accent pillows.

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    Danae says:

    Ooh! Pretty! I have a friend who donates quilts to people who are going through chemotherapy. I would make a quilt with them to give to her– the bright colors would be so cheery!

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    Susan says:

    I love, love, love this fabric. I can see a wonderful quilt made from this fabric.

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    Woo hoo – yep, been looking forward to this release! I’d love to make a set of pillows (that would look LOVELY on my chocolate brown couch!) and add some hand embroidery…

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    Angie says:

    I think this set would make some amazing bags.

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    Rebecca says:

    would love it to make a patchwork skirt!

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    Wendy Close says:

    I would make a bunch of mini quilts. Thanks for the opportunity.
    Wendy

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    Alisa says:

    A quilt maybe. A series of throw pillows? Or a really cool outfit for my daughter.

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    Cheryl says:

    I would love to make a quilt for a dear firend who loves these bright colors. But in full disclosure, I might end up keeping it…

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    Janet K says:

    such rich colors! I’d have to make a throw quilt for our sofa so I could soak them up!

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    Liz says:

    Gorgeous! I don’t know what I would make yet… definitely a quilt but not sure what!

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    Lee Ann says:

    Every spring my school holds a ‘basket night’ fundraiser to help raise money for our media center. These fabrics would make a gorgeous quilt to raffle off. Thanks for the opportunity!

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    Steph says:

    I would love to win this fabric! I have been eyeing it for awhile now. I think it would look fantastic made into grocery sacks and an improv quilt.

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    Beth says:

    Thanks for the chance! I think those would make some fun bags!

    elmiller33(at)gmail(dot)com

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    Tezzie says:

    What incredible colours! I’d love to have a go at your Star QAL with those FQ’s.

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    Keri says:

    I have Malka’s book and thought she should do a line of fabric and then I saw she was! I would LOVE to win this!!!! I would add some more fabric and FINALLY make a quilt for my bed!!! PLEASE pick me!! thanks for the chance ;)

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    OMHat. I see some gorgeous pillows for my patio furniture, some trim on new kitchen towels and and and….. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

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    Tracey says:

    I love the bright colors!! I have been eyeing some bright colors like this to make up a modern baby quilt for a friend. This fabric is just the ticket. It’s fab!!

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    Kelli F. says:

    I’d give it to my mom :) She loves the fabric and would make something beautiful with it.

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    Libby says:

    I absolutely cannot wait to get this fabric!

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    Terri Zebrak says:

    Absolutely beautiful! That fabric inspires me to create a quilt that includes appliques of safari animals in each block. My sister and I designed a quilt together (which she sewed) that embodied the animals and layout of the Central Park Zoo in Manhattan. She donated it to a quilt auction where the proceeds went to a local food bank. I’m a beginner in quilting and would love to give it a go.

    This is completely off topic, but you must know, I’m a huge fan of your designs. Am I kissing up…possibly, but I think you’re awesome. I am currently using your free “Lemon Squares” pattern to make my sister a quilt using the kokka fabrics echino ni-co spring 2011 fabric line. I’ll post a picture on your website when I finish. Thanks for the inspiration!

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    Elizabeth McDonald says:

    I would make a table runner — such bold, rich colors!

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    Michelle G says:

    I would love that bundle of fabric. I confess I would probably horde it for the first year. That means I would hang on to it and bring it out (often) and pet it and contemplate the best way of using it. Then I would suddenly decide to stash bust and create a quilt with it.

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    KimR says:

    Beautiful fabric! I think I would make a bright wall hanging to chase away the winter duldrums!

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    Kristina says:

    While I’d love to say I would be making a fabulous quilt for someone else, I couldn’t help but use this beautiful fabric for myself! I LOVE bright colors and these would be perfect for the sparkle punch quilt by Elizabeth Hartman I want to do!

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    Kirsten says:

    Oh such gorgeous color/design. Would look great as a wall hanging in my bedroom!

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    Yvonne says:

    2012 will bring several new babies to our family and friends. I always make a quilt for each little one and this fabric is beautiful. Thank you for a very generous giveaway.

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    Katina says:

    I’m planning on making 10 lap quilts this year for grandnieces and nephews and I can use these fq’s for some of these quilts!

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    Anna Avery says:

    MY guild will be doing a new philanthropy project this year where we will be making mini art quilts to donate for Alzheimer’s research through the Alzheimer’s Art Quilt Initiative. These mini art quilts will be auctioned of through the AAQI’s website and the profits go towards awareness and research. I would love to incorperate these awesome fabrics into many mini quilts to help out the cause. Just like many people, Alzheimers has touched my life in a significant way and would love to use the fabric to bring joy to others. Thanks! Anna

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    Fenna says:

    wow! amazing bold colors!!! I’d have to play around with them a while to see what I would make!!! Might have to try my hand at quilting!!!

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    Lori says:

    I would make a mini quilt/wall hanging for my classroom. I teach music and my classroom is a super bright, happy colorful place. These FQ’s would be a perfect addition to my classroom.

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    Leslie Goerzen says:

    Thanks for the giveaway chance! The colors are so vibrant. A simple fabric focus quilt for my son is my first thought. Some paper-pieced mug rugs with the leftover for my quilting friends would be fun too!
    Thanks again!

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    traci says:

    hmm… hexagons or the start of the summer sampler (which is on the short list of projects to start)! thanks for the giveaway.

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    Alice Hale says:

    There’s a wonky star quilt that I have been eager to make and I’d love to use this collection!

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    Molly says:

    I’d love to make some pretty placemats for the kitchen, I think. :)

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    Ann says:

    I would use a couple bright FQs for a spring skirt that twirls for my little girl and then use most of it for a bright picnic quilt for the family to use.

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    Hilachas says:

    What gorgeous fabric. If I were to win your giveaway, I would use the fabric in my next quilt top. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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    Tanja says:

    I love doing patchwork and quilts, but if this fabric enters my home my daughter will most surely harass me until I agree on doing a skirt and perhaps a top for her – so I might as well plan on doing that and cross my fingers for left-overs for some patchwork :)

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    Pat V. says:

    I could see these made up in your Lemon Squares pattern, but maybe with a black or charcoal background…yes, definitely!

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    Rachel says:

    I’d love to win! Love the grays throughout many of the fabrics!

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    Genevieve says:

    I can think of a million things to make with this fabric, but a dresden plate quilt or a wedding ring quilt would be yummy. thanks for the chance to win.

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    Elnora says:

    I think I’d make a Lemon Squares quilt!

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    Ooooh, they are gorgeous! I have absolutely no idea exactly what I’d do with them…definitely something with them all together and so you could see the gorgeous prints…I’d have to pat them for a while first…

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    Deb says:

    I would make lots of pillows for our caravan at the beach…what better way to showcase summer.

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    Hueisei says:

    Wow..generous giveaway! A quilt for myself or my sister. Thanks.

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    Rineke Nanlohij-Sturm says:

    What a beauty’s! I would like to use it to make a BOM quilt from Jeni’s hstBOM (blog: in colour order).

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    alli b says:

    I would definitely make some of the lovely projects from Malka’s book. There is the wonky wall hanging that I have had my eye on making with her fabric line.

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    Lee says:

    I would love to win and make my brother a quilt with them. He loves bright colors! thanks!

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    WandaFish says:

    Oh, I simply adore Malka’s fabrics and just hope I can manage to get my hands on this gorgeous line – thanks so much for the chance to win!
    I would definitely be using it for a quilt for me (unheard of!). I’ve been musing over your Solstice Stars but think the fabric may be better suited to Lemon Squares or even an improv design :) Ooh, the possibilities …….

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    Julie says:

    Such uplifting cheerful fabrics in these gloomy times.

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    Jen says:

    What a great giveaway! The fabrics are amazing! Thanks for the chance to win. I would more than likely make a small quilt for my almost 4 year old daughter to take with her to daycare. A little something special. :)

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    Caitlyn H. says:

    I’m thinking…. two new pillowcases for my bed. No, make that two sets of two (one for when the other is in the wash).

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    Madison says:

    Wow! What a giveaway… Malka’s blog was one of the first I started following when I began quilting and blogging over three years ago! Way to go Malka!

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    Tina says:

    There is a blog tour about making e-reader and tablet covers. I got a Kindle for Christmas and I would use these fabrics to make a cover for my Kindle.

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    I will be making a cover and bag for my new MAC! I love the the colors – they are so crisp and bright!

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    Andrea Raymond says:

    I am a grandmother of one precious little girl who is going to be a big sister in April; what a comfort a new “napping blanket” in this fabulously colorful would be while she adjusts to a new big girl room!

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    Angie says:

    What gorgeous colors! No idea what I’d make with it, but I can certainly see lots of pretty pouches, pillows, and maybe even a quilt. :)

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    MaryAnn says:

    The fabrics say that a happy happy quilt for the NICU are just waiting to be made from me. Love your site. Mary Ann

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    carrie says:

    I’d make a new quilt for our living room – it needs some color!

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    Stephanie says:

    Love these. This would be perfect for my daughters birthday quilt.

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    Linda says:

    I’ve been eyeing this line ever since I first saw peeks of it in blogland. I’m going to make a very simple quilt with it. Just squares highlighting the beautiful prints bordered by white (cream?).

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    Melissa says:

    This line is so fun! It’s just screaming to be made into a wonky improv quilt.

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    May says:

    Love the bright colors! My favorite thing to make is lap size quilts. I would probably keep it simple — just cut into various sized strips.

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    Emily says:

    Beautiful… I have been waiting for this fabric!

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    christy says:

    I love this fabric and hope to win! I would possibly add this fabric to a quilt or make curtains and an apron with it.

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    Jeanette says:

    Wow! What amazing colors!! I would love to use them to make my 10 year old daughter a quilt! She would love the colors and patterns! Thanks for the chance for this awesome giveaway! :) -Jeanette

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    mcregan says:

    What a giveaway! I have been waiting to see this fabric and would love to start my new project with it! Thank you!

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    Kim S says:

    Love these fabric…. would love to win them!

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    Pam says:

    oooh if I won I would transform the set into a big kitchen windows style lap quilt. :)

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    Kathrynn says:

    I think I would make a lap quilt

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    Stephanie says:

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE A Stitch in Color! I will have to follow her blog and yours to see what else is made with it. I would love to win a fat quarter pack so I could make a beautiful quilt out of it. Thanks so much!

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    Liz M says:

    What fabulous “grown up” colours – they’d make a perfect throw for a young man I know & love!

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    NancyinSTL says:

    I’ve been following and drooling over Elizabeth Hartman’s Sparkle Punch quilt and Lynne of Lily’s Quilts Mahusive Swoon quilt. So, if I win these fat quarters I would decide which pattern they best fit and make it. I’d like to fussy cut those that have great designs that fit.

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    Lil says:

    these are to die for
    I would use them for a bag for me and probably as accents on a dress for my godchild

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    Susanne says:

    Love! I would use them to make a quilt for my new neice or nephew to be born in April. They live in Brooklyn, NY. Thanks for the chance.

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    sandi says:

    These would make a fsbulous wall hanging for my newly organized quilting room!

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    Nancy says:

    I am envisioning a nice bright tote bag and matching cosmetic pouch to brighten up our dark Alaska winter. Hope I win!

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    Randi says:

    Ooooo. I’ve been drooling over this fabric! I’d probably make a quilt!

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    Suzanne says:

    Oh, the colors….just I would need to perk up my dreary and old-fashioned stash and enliven me to get a new quilt in the works

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    Tania says:

    Very pretty!

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    Charlotte says:

    I love making little wallets and other things out of them! :)

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    Audra Ciprich says:

    Love the colors! I just got an ipad and this would be great for a cover and maybe a new laptop sleeve or maybe a quilt. So many possibilities!

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    Leah says:

    Oh – beautiful colours… I love that. I would probably make a quilt for my bed!

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    Deb says:

    Wow…these are gorgeous! I’d do something with large tiles of fabric to showcase all of those beautiful colors. Thanks for the chance!

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    Veronica says:

    I would use it for the BOM I’m doing.. beautiful

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    Leia says:

    Love that fabric! Please pick me. Thank you!

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    Leona says:

    beautiful fabrics! I would love to make a sewing machine cover or a wall hanging with them! Thanks for the chance to win!

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    elizabeth says:

    how fun! thanks for offering a chance :)

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    Kelsey says:

    SUCH an amazing fabric collection!! I’d use them for a quilt for my sofa, which is a similar shade of grey– not sure what type of block or design, but it would have to be something to showcase the vibrant colors of the fabrics.

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    Flaun says:

    I think I would have to take a page from Malka’s book and try to make the biggest shoefly possible with them and use a vibrant green to pull it all together!

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    Amanda says:

    I am lucky enough to have been given a cushion made by Malka herself, as well as a couple of her hand printed fat quaters, so would love to make a vibrant, snazzy quilt or throw to tie everything together.

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    Paula says:

    I love Malka’s fabrics and colour-sense! I would love to make a throw for my new sofa. Thank you for the giveaway!

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    Meg -Tea&Brie says:

    I decided to join in the fun of a “pay it forward” handmade gift chain, so if I win, I will use the fabric to make a clutch or tote to give away!

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    Kate Thompson says:

    Beautiful and fresh fabric combinations! I am looking for a more modern pattern and fabrics for my niece’s wedding quilt. She is getting married this fall and I am looking for something more modern and fun for both a new husband and wife in their early 30’s. I think Fresh Lemons and Malka Dubrawsky’s fabric design may just be the answer!

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    casey says:

    Her book, Fresh Quilting was the first quilting book I owned and I taught myself based on her directions. My sewing room has a Nate’s quilt hanging in it, and I have been waiting and waiting for her fabric line to come out. So excited! projects swirling about….

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    pam says:

    i am a gigantic malka fan and cannot WAIT to lay my hands on her line of fabo fab’s! a quilt for our bed will be big enough for me to savor for long enough…

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    Peggy A. says:

    I bought Malka’s book last year and have been impatiently waiting for the fabric. A nice lap quilt would be so fun in that fabric!

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    kim says:

    just found your blog! thanks for introducing me to this fabric & for all the tutorials.

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    Kari says:

    I love the line, but I know a couple of friends who I think would love to have something handmade from the line. I would make something for them.

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    Lou says:

    i love those color combos, warm n cool together makes me think that i’d make a lap quilt to use on the summer nights we’re outside watching the stars! using a ‘solstice stars’ pattern ;-)

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    Jill says:

    Not sure what I’d do but it would be FUN!!!!

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    Rosalyn says:

    I would love, love, love to win this…I am new to quilting and the design and style and inspiration of Malka has set me on this course. I am finishing my 1st baby quilt for my niece and it has been a total labor of love. I would be so thrilled to win this! How does it get any better than that!

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    I am a novice at quilting but i hope to be able to make a lap quilt for a start! I hope i win this because I’ve never won anything like this before :(

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    karen p. says:

    I’d love to make a bright & cheerful quilt with this!!!

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    Jane says:

    I’ll start a quilt of course! Star quilts are always my favorite, perhaps a samplr to inlude this block?

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    amye says:

    oh la la! these are on my shopping list – like today! as a fellow austin girl i can’t wait to add these to my stash and support a local artist. hooray!

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    lynn says:

    i love love love this! endless project possibilities=can’t wait to get my little paws on this line.
    thanks for the giveaway chance.

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    Lori says:

    Oooh, those are gorgeous! I’d probably use them for a quilt if I won.

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    Troi Hackett says:

    These are gorgeous!! I’d love to use those Blue lemons in my Aqua/Red Dissapearing Nine Patch!

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    Kristin says:

    Thanks for the giveaway! I would make a quilt of some kind…something modern and fun.

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    Libby says:

    I would love to make modern baby blocks and bibs with these fabrics.

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    Kerry says:

    I think I would use them to make a version of the Fish Baby Log Cabin quilt! I love the design, but I’m shy on doing it with solids.