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Roughing It by Laurie Wisbrun ~ A Giveaway

Roughing It by Laurie Wisbrun for Robert Kaufman

Last month I posted some pictures of Laurie Wisbrun‘s upcoming line, Roughing It (available in December).

I shared some piles of fabric I pulled from my stash…and used one of those to make my Triangle Brights quilt.

Triangle Brights

Now is your chance to win some of this fabric! Laurie and Robert Kaufman Fabrics were kind enough to send me an extra Fat Quarter Bundle for one of you. :) All you need to do to enter is leave a comment. What would you make with these? A gift for the holidays? Would you pair some fabrics from your stash or let them shine on their own?

I’ll pick a winner on the evening of Wednesday, October 31st. Halloween! Good luck everyone!

+++++++ Closing comments to pick a winner! +++++++

The winner is #127 Billie Gunther! Billie said “Love the trees,camper….. on the fabric. A great throw for camping would be most fitting!”

Thanks for commenting everyone and have a Happy Halloween! Stay safe out there!

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417 Responses to “Roughing It by Laurie Wisbrun ~ A Giveaway”

  1. 1
    Ellen H says:

    Those campers are really cute! Thanks for the chance :)

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    Jane Brown says:

    I’d make a baby quilt for Project Linus. Those colors are just the right shades of “brights”.

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    Lindsey F says:

    I would make a quilt and name it “Sandy” as a reminder of the hurricane we are watching approach our area as I write this comment.

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    Robin Huss says:

    I would make a Star quilt. Thanks for the chance to win.

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    Judy W says:

    Definitely something exciting for our cottage up north. The fabric line would be perfect as either a pillow, lap quilt, curtains, anything really! Thanks for the chance.

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    Bobbi says:

    I think I woul make a quilt. :)

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    jane says:

    Thanks for the giveaway. I’d make a charity baby or child size quilt and probably combine with some fabrics from my stash.

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    Deb says:

    Love those campers and trees! Would be fun in a quilt!

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    Teresa V says:

    These colors are fabulous! Thanks for a opportunity. I’d incorporate the fabric into a baby quilt I’m making for a friend who has instructed me to make the quilt “quirky-cool” instead of “cute-baby.”

  10. 10
    H King says:

    That would be the perfect print for my nephew. I think he’s getting a bed runner to hold his books at night…

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    eileen says:

    Definitely perfect for a toddler quilt. Thanks for the chance

  12. 12
    Deborah says:

    I have been waiting for this giveaway. I would love to make a quilt for my older son out of this.

  13. 13
    Michele says:

    Such a cute collection. I’d make a kid quilt. Every kid should have a quilt.

  14. 14
    Beth says:

    Cute! I would make a baby quilt for a friend.

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    Sue Preece says:

    Oh these are cute! Perhaps a picnic blanket quilt, they look they would be perfect for that. Thanks for the chance to win.

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    Karen H says:

    Very cute fabric! I would make a quilt for my son. Thanks for the chance to win!

  17. 17
    Tracy says:

    A friend just had a baby boy. The fabric would make an adorable quilt for him.

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    Sarah Norman says:

    I think these would make the perfect picnic blanket!

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    Vickey says:

    I love this line! Actually I love all her lines ;) thanks for the chance to win!

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    Anna says:

    I would keep it for me me me even though my 2 boys love camping prints! I think I’d mix it with some solids so the prints would stand out and make sure that I used the caravan print in big pieces so you could really see them as I adore them! Thanks for the give away!

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    Melinda says:

    My daughter is a Girl Scout. Wouldn’t these make a cute camping duffle?

  22. 22
    Emily says:

    I think it would make a cute baby boy quilt.

  23. 23
    amys says:

    In our family, we need boy quilts…..girlie stuff is easy, but boy stuff is harder to find…and this is perfect.

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    Beulah says:

    Trick or Treat, Trick or Treat…
    I want some fabric that’s neat!
    Aren’t you glad I didn’t say smell my feet?
    Roughing It would be fine
    I could use it to add to the quilt for the son of mine.

    Okay, obviously I am in a silly mood this morning.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  25. 25
    Sarah L. says:

    I love these prints. They would be an adorable baby quilt or, well, I would love to make little pouches out of it for Christmas presents.

  26. 26
    Catherine says:

    My boys just joined the Cub Scouts and are SUPER excited for a camp trip in December. I’d probably make them matching pillowcases — so cute!

  27. 27
    Tara says:

    Ohh I’d definitely make some things for my new baby nephew for Christmas…and I’d almost certainly add in some stash :)

  28. 28
    Lindsay says:

    Id make a quilt for my camping-loving brother! :)

  29. 29
    Lisa Ferguson says:

    I would make my daughter a cute patchy tote bag. What fabulous fabric!

  30. 30
    Janel says:

    I am collecting cute fabrics for a quilt of 2.5 inch squares so this would be a great addition!

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    Heather says:

    Gah! Laurie Wisbrun’s fabric is always sooo adorable, it kills me.

    Thinking ahead, maybe a picnic blanket for next year?

  32. 32
    debbie says:

    I would pair it with some solids and try a new quilt pattern that I have.

  33. 33
    Sarah says:

    I’d probably have to make a quilt for my Eagle Scout husband. And definitely would add from stash — have to justify its size someway, right? :D

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    kaholly says:

    Love the bright colors and think they would be perfect for a child’s gift.

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    Gertie Pye says:

    I think I would make something for the kids – some hairbands and a couple of mini quilts for some dollies!

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    patricia says:

    I am so making curtains for my kitchen windows with these…so happy and the colors would work perfectly.

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    Emily V. says:

    I love her fabric. Those campers are so cute. I’d probably make something for my son or just hang on to it for a bit until inspiration struck. :)

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    Barbara says:

    cute cute cute ! Thanks for the chance to sew with this

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    Becky m says:

    I would make a quilt for my son, those are adorable!

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    Amy says:

    I think I would make a quilt like yours! I love the hexagaons! Thank you for the giveaway.

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    Diane says:

    This is great fabric. I would use this to make a quilt.

  42. 42
    Marie says:

    I would make a picnic quilt for next summer.

  43. 43
    Becky n. says:

    I would finally make a quilt for me! I LOVE this fabric!

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    Melissa says:

    I think that I would make a quilt for my mom and let them shine on her own. We used to camp a ton when we were growing up and I think she might like a reminder of the “olden days”

  45. 45
    Christine says:

    I would add some of my stash fabrics and make a gift for my boys who love camping.

  46. 46
    Beth says:

    Cute fabrics! I’d probably make a gift for the holidays.

  47. 47
    Katrin says:

    This looks fab, it would make a great quilt for my niece. Thanks!

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    carrie says:

    Cute! I’d make a set of placemats.

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    Tong says:

    These are so cute! I would make a sweet baby quilt with these fabrics paired with some basics from my own stash. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Jessie says:

    Those fabrics would make a super cute quilt for the little boy in my life :-). Love the quilt you made with them, super cute!

  51. 51
    Annelies says:

    Oh this fabric is cute. It would make a great quilt for my Sister. I love the colors. And my B-day is on Halloween. The fabric would be a great gift for me.
    :)

  52. 52
    Char says:

    I would definitely pair this with some stash fabric and make a travel quilt. We usually take a quilt when we go on road trips because someone almost always needs it.

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    Vicki in MN says:

    I think this fabric would make an awesome quilt to donate to The Ronald McDonald house.

  54. 54
    LizzieLizzie says:

    I just love those campers and grownup greens! I think I’d dig into my stash and add to it for a lap quilt!

  55. 55
    kathy says:

    This would make such a cute baby boy quilt! Thanks so much!

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    Heather79 says:

    I looove the tents, how cool! Since I’m making everyone’s Christmas gifts this year, I can think of a special little guy would love a quilt made with these fabrics :)

  57. 57
    Terri says:

    So cute! Would make a duffle bag or a small quilt

  58. 58
    Diane says:

    Cute camping fabric. Would make a great kid quilt.

  59. 59
    Joanne says:

    I love those fabrics mixed in with ones from your stash! I think I would make a quilt for my youngest son!

  60. 60

    These would be great for a Quilts for Kids quilt. Love the brights – really cheerful for kids

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    Katia says:

    I will use squares of the prints in my spy quilt for 3 grand chid. The other fabrics I will use for quilts. I love those hues.

  62. 62
    Wendy D. P. says:

    I would make a gift for friend who these fabrics would be perfect for! Maybe napkins for camping (mixed with some stash fabrics)? So adorable!

  63. 63
    Michelle P. says:

    Love these prints! Im definitely thinking picnic quilt!! Thank you for the chance :)

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    sarah g says:

    I love this fabric. Love love love. Hello camping quilt!!

  65. 65
    Lisa W says:

    A good friend of mine just bought a motor home. I would love to make her a lap quilt to take on the road. Thanks for the chance to win!

  66. 66

    There are some fun prints here, i think they would make great bags and pouches for little ones, maybe even some pencil rolls! Ange : )

  67. 67
    Anda says:

    I would love to make a cozy quilt for up at the cottage, this material would be perfect on its own! awolk at rogers dot com

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    Lee Ann L. says:

    I’ve been wanting to make some fat quarter pillowcases. (Saw a pattern/tutorial for it online). Thank you for a chance to win.

  69. 69
    Faye says:

    Definitely a baby quilt, and I would probably pair with some solids. Thank you for the chance to win!

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    Beth says:

    I would make a quilt. As a child, my family went camping every summer. A quilt with those prints would be a happy reminder of wonderful memories. Thanks for the chance.

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    Karen says:

    I would consult with my 4 yr. old grandson. Quilt or pillow cases or bags and/or curtains?

  72. 72
    Candice says:

    We are HUGE campers! I would make quilt for the camper and probably combine them with some stash items too :) Sooooo perfect!

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    Cecilia says:

    I would add some solids with it to make a quilt for my granddaughters to use when they visit, thanks for the chance to win,

  74. 74
    Diane W says:

    Hmm, my twin nephews are getting a bit older, maybe its time for some new quilts for them. Thanks for the giveaway.

  75. 75
    Miranda says:

    A baby boy quilt! Thanks for this opportunity. Such beautiful fabric!

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    Kim says:

    As we have recently purchased a trailer, our first, I would have to make a quilt for the bed in the trailer. Too cute!

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    Rene says:

    I would make a baby quilt for my cousin’s new baby boy!
    Thanks so much~

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    Sequana says:

    I so few nice bright fabrics in my stash that I’m sure I would use these on their own. Modern Quilt Relish has some wonderful new patterns I’m anxious to try.

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    Mariah says:

    Oh, I’d probably make some baby things, like bibs and burp cloths and quilts and such! So cute & happy!

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    SharonG says:

    I have to say that I really enjoy these colors and sine I am on a mission to look for fabric for a quilt for myself, I think these would be wonderful. I know that sounds a little stingy but I have made lots for the family and need one for myself and these colors would be perfect….keeping my fingers crossed…

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    Marcia says:

    Maybe a picnic quilt? I’ve been meaning to make one, and I think these fabrics would be perfect!

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    Norma says:

    I would make a quilt for my hubby to go in the tear drop trailer he built for us

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    JudyCnNC says:

    I love the colors and playfulness of this fabric and would make twin quilts for my great grand twin girls. Thanks for this opportunity and wonderful giveaway. Judy C

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    arlene says:

    These are colors I don’t usually use but I am looking to make a baby quilt for my new grandson (5 months old) and these looks like the perfect colors and designs for a little boy.

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    Lauren says:

    These fun bright prints would make a fun and bright quilt using the y-seam tutorial backed with a light weight denim it would make a beautiful play quilt for indoors/outdoor. Thanks for the opportunity!

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    Oh, I’d definitely make a throw for my mom. She loves camping…and she just got her masters this week.

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    Andrea C L says:

    a small wall hanging for a future nursery!

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    Lynnette says:

    These would be great to make sleeping bags for little boys and girls. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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    rosa says:

    They would be perfect for a warm sofa winter lap quilt.Thanks for the chance!!

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    Lubna Bazzy says:

    No matter where the fabrics end up, they will be enjoyed!! Love them!!
    Thank You so much for this chance! lubna_2112@hotmail.com

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    Nancy says:

    What wonderful colors. I would enjoy them first and then pair them with other fabric from my stash.

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    Becky says:

    Well …I am going to make goodys , thingys, prettys for the camper of course!

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    Jennifer says:

    We have a group of 20 that we have been camping with since the oldest kids were 4 years old. These kids are graduating from high school this year and my goal for our last camping trip (while they live at home) is to make quilts for them. I can’t wait to get my hands on this fabric!!!

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    Charla says:

    I’d make a quilt for my brother’s family to use in their camper!

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    Gill says:

    I’d add a couple of solids and make a lap quilt!

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    Margaret says:

    I love you triangle quilt. The colors are so fresh and bright. I am in the mood to make another baby quilt so that is probably what I would make. Maybe one for the holidays that would be special for my new littles.

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    Wehaf says:

    I’d make some stuffed fabric blocks for babies.

  98. 98

    I would makes so pants for my new grandson!

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    Erin says:

    I would probably make a baby quilt for friends who will certainly bring their little one camping with them. It seems a perfect fit!

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    June says:

    This fabric collection brings back wonderful memories of my family’s trailer camping weekends during my childhood!

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    Barb says:

    Love the trailer fabric! We are campers and this would make a beautiful lap quilt

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    sarah says:

    so fun! i love camping.

    i’m not sure what i would do. probably a nice bright quilt for my kiddos and then the scraps would make for great zippy pouches and/or mug rugs. :) :)

    thanks for the giveaway chance!

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    Lucy says:

    I have some outdoorsey friends who love to camp. I’d love to make a kitchen set (trivets, potholder) for them for Christmas. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Debbie Carter says:

    Ahhhh this would be perfect to incorporate into my 4 month old sons still undecorated nursery!!!!

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    Sonia B says:

    I’d make a quilt of course. So, so cute. Thanks for the chance.

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    Beth Hammergren says:

    I would have to make a baby quilt. There are currently 5 young ladies pregnant in my workplace. I need to get sewing. Thanks for the opportunity.

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    Margaret says:

    A friend of mine is going to have her first granddaughter. I think this cheerful fabric would make a beautiful quilt of pinwheels with a white background to make them pop!

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    Stephanie says:

    I’m a big fan of fun prints in the center of interesting blocks at the moment – this would be perfect!

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    Connie Teasley says:

    Thanks for a chance to win. I would love to make a quilt for one of my two grandsons. Or maybe both. Just depends on the pattern. Love these outdoor fabrics!

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    Shannon says:

    I think I would make some pillowcases for my boys camping pillows. Another great line from Laurie!

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    Kelsey says:

    I would mix in some prints from my stash and make a quilt to take camping with us!

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    Sarah says:

    So cute! My parents just bought a HUGE Rv and it would be fun to make some pillows, mini quilt, quilt, etc for them!

  113. 112
    Sarah says:

    So cute! My parents just bought a HUGE Rv and it would be fun to make some pillows, mini quilt, quilt, etc for them!

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    elsa says:

    This fabric is so cute ~ love the little campers, trees and tents! This would make a great car quilt!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Dell says:

    These prints would make a great fall throw.

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    Mitzi says:

    What cute fabric! That would be perfect for a new quilt for our little camping trips. fun!

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    Sandy D says:

    I would let them shine on their own except for having to buy some background fabric and use them in a quilt called Carousel from the new Simply Fat Quarters Book that I recently bought by the Fat Quarter Shop.

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    April C says:

    I see an awesome boy quilt! Add a few solids and its lovely! I love what you made with it! Thanks for a chance!

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    Elizabeth says:

    I would make exactly what you made. I love it and I love the fabric!

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    Paige says:

    I am so excited for this fabric to come out! I really want to use it to make a set of quilted place mats as a Christmas gift for my parents–they just set off on an adventure driving around the country on their RV. I’d love to give them something homemade to make their new “home” more cozy :)

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    Fran says:

    I love the way you paired the fabrics with your own stash fabrics!
    Thanks for a great blog and super tutorials!

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    lauraddirks says:

    i might use it to make something for our camping trips, a table cloth or a launry bag:) love it

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    Lyanna L. says:

    I think this line would be perfect to make a simple blanket to use for camping. =)

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    Karen says:

    I love those cute little campers and thought right away that I would make a duffle for my friend as a x-mas gift. She has a cute little trailer like that and I think last time I went with her to the camper she used a laundry basket to take her clothes in. Great dual duty but not as cute a camper duffle.

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    Erica says:

    I love these fabrics! I think I would use them to make a patchwork travel bag!

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    Holli says:

    I’m sure I’d pair it with other fabric also, but I’d use it to make lap quilts for our camper van! And maybe a couple of napkins, too. It’s such fun fabric – thanks for the chance to win!

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    Billie Gunther says:

    Love the trees,camper….. on the fabric. A great throw for camping would be most fitting!

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    Jennie T. says:

    This would definitely be a part of a big snuggly camping quilt for my family. We stay in yurts, so I pack up a bunch of quilts and it’s awesome! I LOVE this fabric line, and I love what you did with yours.

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    Ginny Leonardos says:

    This fabric would make a wonderful child’s quilt!

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    Marilyn K says:

    I’d love to experiment combing these to make things from my new pattern book.

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    Amber says:

    My kids love to camp and I would make a quilt just for them. And i might even let them use it someday.

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    jeanne e. says:

    i love this fabric line. so cute! i would have to use it in a project for some friends of mine who like camping. :) (and maybe keep a little for myself)

  133. 133
    Marilyn K K says:

    I’d love to experiment as I get more and more into modern quilts

  134. 134
    Becky Greene says:

    Adorable – I might pair this fabric with some solids and make a lap quilt :-) Thanks for the chance to win!

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    kathy says:

    Love that fabric. It would make an adorable quilt for my son and daughter in laws travel trailer. What a wonderful Christmas idea.

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    Sandra :) says:

    That line would be perfect for a Weekender Bag!

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    Heather says:

    Very cute. I’d make a little boy quilt.

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    Janet B says:

    These fabrics are so gosh darn cute! Totally love them. I would make a quilt, and I think it would be a gift for a family member for Christmas next year. Thanks for the chance to win.

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    sharon says:

    I would always choose to make a quilt
    with all the bright colors, I would add some just plain kona snow

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    Allison C says:

    I would probably be selfish and make myself something. Maybe some zipper pouches or a lap quilt.

  141. 141

    Gorgeous fabrics! I think I’d add in some prints from my stash and make some big, squishy cushions!

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    Glynette says:

    These fabrics are WAY TOOOOO CUTE!
    I’d probably have to make a bag so I could show it off often!

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    Patrice says:

    So refreshingly simple! Looking forward to seeing the whole line!

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    Kelli H. says:

    I’ve got an ultimate fort kit I’m planning on putting together for my boys this Christmas. Will need to make a bag to hold all the loot and this line would be PERFECT! Crossing my fingers!

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    Britt says:

    I’m inspired by this fabric to make a picnic table quilt for when we go camping!

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    Marcia Herath says:

    Love the fabric. I would probably make a quilt for my almost 6 y/o grandsons (twins) to use when they go into their tent to read and play. After they holidays they will probably have it set up in the house again.

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    Jacklynn Grimm says:

    I think that fabric just yells picnic quilt! I would add some solids to it just for fun. Thanks for the give away!

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    Dana says:

    Great fabrics and great givaway! It would be great for my baby’s qiult blanket :) Thanks!

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    Hannah says:

    I’d have to add in some stash fabrics and make a quilt for our caravan with this, love it!

    Hoping this is an international giveaway :-)

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    Kathy Gordon says:

    It would be a bunch of “kwilty pleasures” to make a quilt. I would add some solid colors to the design. Thnx for the giveaway…Happy Halloween!

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    Lauren aka Giddy99 says:

    A bit of it would go into our Christmas stockings (yes, seriously)! The rest would make a lovely pillow and maybe part of a lap quilt for our Airstream (that we will get next year)!

    Thanks for the chance!

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    Linda says:

    I would make a lap quilt for one of my (many) family members to remind them of our GREAT family camping expedtions. I LOVE this fabric line.

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    Cyndy says:

    Combine it with some solids and spend the winter sewing up a picnic quilt for that first sunny day in the spring. Thanks!

  154. 154

    Super cute fabrics used in a super cute quilt. Love it!

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    shannon c. says:

    sweet giveaway! I love these fabrics. I’d make a summer time wall-hanging for my mom!

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    Keri says:

    These fabrics would make a wonderful quilt for a little boy!

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    ali says:

    I have been on a baby pants making kick…And these would be adorable! If pair with some kona to have keep it from being too busy. :)

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    Dorothy says:

    I would make 9-patch curtains for my kitchen door and window!! Thanks for the opportunity to win!!

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    Krystal says:

    very cute! I think a notebook cover for my nephew would be a big hit.

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    Paula says:

    It’s a cute collection. Would love to make some pillows and pencil rolls.
    Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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    Tiffany says:

    Those prints would be so cute in a picnic quilt of some kind. To me, jean quilt make great picnic/camping quilts because they are so heavy and durable. I might be tempted to use these prints to make a raggy jean quilt.

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    Jill Reynolds says:

    I’d make some pillows for friends who own a vintage Airstream. We call it the “spaceship” and they’d adore getting decorate pillows in this fabric. :)

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    Emily T says:

    It would make a really sweet baby quilt for boy or girl.

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    LizA. says:

    I’d make a quilt to use in our VW camper bus. It just seems the “right” thing to do.

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    Hallie says:

    I would probably mix it with some other fabrics and make a little something for my son. Thanks for the give away :)

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    DianeY says:

    I’d want to use the in a quilt so I would probably pull from my stash to supplement them

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    Francis says:

    this fabric line would make a neat boys quilt :-)

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    Kim says:

    My husbands family loves to camp, so I would make a lap quilt or two for them as Christmas gifts. Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Meredith F. says:

    I would make a fun kids quilt to give away to a local organization! Thanks for the chance!

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    Jann says:

    I would make something for my sister who is not only a fabulous quilter but an avid camper. I showed her the fabric when you posted it last time and she loved it!

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    Neomi says:

    Hmmmm… I would make a cute little quilt for my cute little nephew.
    I might have to use some additional fabrics from my stash, depends on the pattern…. But I would definitely try to make those fabrics POP.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Heather says:

    Quick, quick, enter me before the electric goes out! I’d make a blanket for when we go camping of course. We are planning a cross country trip and this would be the perfect fabric.

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    robin says:

    This would be very cute in a quilt! With some white. :)

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    Lisa Marie says:

    I’m in full holiday gift making mode now, making lap quilts for everyone! My husband’s family did a lot of camping years ago and this fabric would make great gifts for his sisters and parents. Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Sue Goodin says:

    I have twin baby girls due to arrive in the family and I would use them to make baby quilts for the girls.

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    Heidi Murray says:

    I would purchase some additional fabric from the line and make my family pillowcases for when we go camping. I would also make some camping napkins.

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    Jo says:

    A pillow would be really cute…thank you!

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    Erin says:

    I would make a patchwork dress for my little girl, or possible a quilt for my little boy.

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    Diane S says:

    Oh, I would let them shine on their own. Thank you!

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    erin m. says:

    I love love love this fabric…I think I would make a great bag with it.

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    Jes says:

    I’d use them for a quilt for my 6 yr old, combining it with some fabric from my stash :) Jesica from Argentina yeyioasis@yahoo.com.ar

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    Miss Nancy says:

    Thank you for this great giveaway. I would use the fabric to try your Triangles Bright quilt or something similar. Love all the bright colors.

    Have a super great sewing and stitching day!

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    Jelinda pepper says:

    With the camping theme I think I would make a quilt for my boys to use on their indoor campouts :-)

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    Jenni says:

    I’d pair it with some coordinating solids and make a baby quilt.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Mary says:

    Love the primary color palette. Thanks for the giveaway. Mary

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    Nicole says:

    I would make a lap quilt for my best buddy, who is an avid camper and outdoor chick. She could snuggle with it on her trips. Thanks for the chance!

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    Mrs.Pickles says:

    how pretty I think i would make a table matt for a friends camper

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    Rebecca says:

    Fun! I’d make a quilt for my son. Thanks!

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    Linda R. says:

    I love any fabric that Laurie Wisbrun designs!! She is so talented! I would make a stand alone lap quilt if I won these fabrics.

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    kadybug says:

    I love her designs! I would definitely make a quilt and probably pair with some fabrics from my stash to include some animals on this camp out.

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    Lynda H says:

    I would make a boy’s baby blanket with large squares or rectangles, maybe a brick pattern, to show off the motif’s. fun fabric

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    Cheryl says:

    I’ve got a baby boy quilt to make that these would be perfect for. I’d add in some solids but really they stand on their own.

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    Grace says:

    These fabrics are just perfect to make a quilt for my oldest son and his wife to use as a picnic quilt. I would combine a few other fabrics as well.

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    Nancy C says:

    I see some really adorable bags!

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    Charlene Crace says:

    I woould give it to my youngest( 27) daughter who is learning to quilt and loves new fabric. I want to keep encouraging her …with her art background she has great ideas!

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    Nicki says:

    Thanks for the offer. We live in NZ and have an old caravan that we camp in every summer. I would love to use these fabrics to make a quilt for the caravan. I love using ranges by themselves without adding other fabrics.

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    Kristan says:

    I’d love to make a big picnic quilt with these. I’d pair them with some solids and back it in old jeans for toughness. Thanks for the chance!

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    Lynn says:

    What adorable fabric! I’d make a quilt for my porch!!

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    elizabeth j says:

    I would definately make something for my nephew!

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    Darci says:

    Camping theme is so cute. I would have to add some basics to stretch them a bit further

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    I love how these look in the triangle brights quilt you made. I think I’d definitely have to pair these with a few extra prints to make something with a similar effect. As for project? Maybe a picnic quilt I can use camping? I don’t really know yet =^)

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    Rebecca says:

    I’d make a lap quilt for my mom – she LOVES campers :)

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    Ginny says:

    Sweet line and giveaway! I would use it to make a duffle
    Bag to travel with! I would also add some stash fabrics.
    Thank you!

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    Cheryl B. says:

    I would make some cute pillows

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    Ann says:

    I need to make a picnic quilt and this would be perfect fabric for it!

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    Kara says:

    I love Laurie’s stuff! I’m thinking some sort of flying geese quilt would showcase these nicely (I’m having fun with flying geese at the moment)…

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    Amanda Kattner says:

    I would make something for my baby boy due in Feb. :)

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    MichelleD says:

    It would make a great quilt for my parents’ camper! They’re avid campers and love the outdoors. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Christi P. says:

    I am working on some soft cloth books for my grandbabies Christmas. This would make good border fabric!!

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    Janita says:

    This is adorable fabric. I think I would make a quilt out of it. Would have to let it sit for a while though just to admire it. I’m not a speedy sewing girl. Thanks for a chance to win. Janita

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    Robyn says:

    Love it – I would love to make a special quilt to take camping with us over summer. Thanks.

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    Ooh, I think I’d mix them with some larger scale florals in my stash for some bright, cheerful Dresden Plates I’ve been itching to make!

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    Susie says:

    I’d make a tote bag with this pretty fabric!

    Thanks for the giveaway chance!

    susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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    Linda says:

    I’d love to make some holiday bags with these fabrics. Thanks

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    Lisa C says:

    I am trying to be good and not buy any fabric until I use up my 2,458,305 5″ squares I’ve accumulated from three swaps and just cutting up scraps. They are gorgeous in their little plastic container but I need to turn them into sewn gorgeousness, right? But if I win fabric – that doesn’t count — so I think I would begin with making a tablerunner for a college friend for Christmas. Thanks!

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    Wendy says:

    I’d make some patchwork lunchbags with these super-cute fabrics.

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    Amy in UK says:

    I would really like a backpack or satchel/messenger bag and these would ber quite cute to use! Thanks for the chance!

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    Kathrynn says:

    I would make some throw pillows.

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    Beth says:

    It would make A beautiful baby quilt!
    Elmiller33(at)gmail(dot)com

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    Lauren says:

    Love all of her lines!!! I would definitely make something for my 3 year old son! Such a fun line!!!

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    Linda says:

    Love the fabrics, I would use them to make a throw for my friend char’s new little egg camper.

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    I think I would make some potholders or a kitchen wall hanging..

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    Anna says:

    I think I would make a happy little lap quill. :) I love those little campers!

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    amy says:

    I would make a quilt for my 4 year old boy – because yesterday he totally made my day and said that he’d rather have a quilt I made for him than the one he already has with dinosaurs that grandma (my Mother in law) bought. and he totally said it right in front of her. oops.

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    Kathy says:

    Really cute collection! I think I would combine with other fabrics in addition to some of my daughter’s camp t-shirts to make a kitschy quilt for her. She would love it!

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    Gemma says:

    I’d use it to make a funky pillow for my middle daughter to use when we go camping – she always complains hers is lumpy!

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    Rachel BOoth says:

    Such cute fabric! I’d make something for my mom! She loves to go camping! :)

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    Sara K says:

    Love these!! Hope I win it!

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    rainjerette says:

    What great patterns – especially the little campers. I would like to make something for my husband and his little teardrop.

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    Joyce Mitchell says:

    I’d add some white fabric and make a lap quilt for myself. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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    erica says:

    I would make a quilt for a friend for her “caravan”….

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    Audrey says:

    I WOULD TRY MY HAND AT THE FAST FORWARD QUILT

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    Melissa says:

    So cute! Would make a ridiculously cute camping quilt!

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    Audrey says:

    I would try something with the lazy angle ruler

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    Rebeckah says:

    A little blys quilt for sure :)

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    Erica says:

    I think I would make a gift for someone; I probably wouldn’t use too many of my own fabrics. I haven’t yet made anything with a set of fabrics from a collection…though I have been wanting to for a while!

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    Maeve says:

    Love this fabric line! I would combine it with some of my stash to make a quilt for charity and a quilt for gifting. Lots of fun planning both! Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Jennie says:

    These would be great in a quilt I have planned for my nephew’s 4th birthday!

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    Becky says:

    It would make a cute little boy quilt.

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    Dianne says:

    Oh, I think, I’d mix! I need to make my boys some pouches for their toiletries for traveling…so this fabric would be perfect.

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    Liz M says:

    Oh this collection is so cute!
    If I was lucky enough to win I’d make some cushions and tidy bags for my Mum & Dad’s caravan!

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    Tamie says:

    I’d love to make a Christmas gift for my middle daughter. She would love this fabric.

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    Mary Jo says:

    I’d make something for my nephew, who is 4 and can’t wait to go camping!

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    Patricia says:

    I would make a camp blanket to use when I am in the mountains. How fun would that be? Love the bright colors of the fabric. Thanks for the opportunity to win them!

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    Pam C says:

    This is really cute fabric. I would probably add from my stash and make a quilt from it.

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    Brooke says:

    That would make a lovely picnic blanket backed with some canvas! Love it!

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    Maria says:

    I would love to make a quilt for my “up north” friends who let us stay at their cabin quite often! Thanks for a chance to win.

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    I love that fabric! I’d use to make a bag! Thanks for the chance to win…

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    Patti says:

    I would make a lap quilt with this gorgeous line. Just love it :-)

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    Liane says:

    These prints would be fun to work with. I’d mix in fabric from my stash and make a lap size quilt. Thanks!

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    noga lewis says:

    Love these fabrics. Would use them for a baby quilt. Thanks for the chance to win

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    Carolyn says:

    A quilt for my nephew’s baby boy to be born in the spring. Camping runs in our family…! Love this fabric’s homage to it.

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    Yolanda says:

    I would make a sewing tools tote with handles with these cute fabrics to help brighten my space. Thanks for the give-a way

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    Mary Ann says:

    Adorable fabric! I would make some wall hangings to brighten up the bedroom my 3 nephews share!

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    usairdoll says:

    Great fabrics! I’d love to make Christmas gifts. I have some cute patterns for zippered bags.

    Thank you, Laurie and Robert Kaufman Fabrics for a great giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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    April says:

    My Aunt is an avid camping enthusiast and would love this fabric – I think it would make a really fun picnic blanketwhen paired with some bright geometrics and solids.

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    Adrienne says:

    I would make myslef a quilt from this. I love camping and this fabric is adorable. I would make a twin size, something simple with some HSTs!

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    Adrienne says:

    I would make myslef a camping quilt! Some HSTs and solids!

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    LIsa E says:

    Such cute fabrics. I would probably try to make 2-3 tote bags — one each for my 2 daughters and one for me.

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    Laura says:

    Oh, gorgeous fabrics! I think I would combine them with some other fabrics and try to make a baby quilt for my nephew.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Caitriona says:

    Love anything by laurie. I think these would make lovely cushions

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    Isabel C says:

    I know a family (my nephew, his wife and their twin girls) who love camping and old trailers…I would make a family sized quilt for them with this! The twins have never been camping yet, so they are saving up to buy a used camper to take them to the coast.
    Cute!!!

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    BentNeedle says:

    I would make a quilt or a cover for a small doggy bed. :)

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    I’d use some of them in combination with Children At Play and make MYSELF a quilt like the one you made for your daughter. It was beautiful! I love it!

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    Laurel says:

    I’d pull from my stash, if necessary, to make a Christmas gift for a group that my quilt guild gives for kids. I love the bright colors!
    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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    Lind says:

    HI! THIS WOULD MAKE SEVERAL NICE CHRISTMAS GIFTS! I HAVE IN MIND A COUPLE OF LITTLE BOY QUILTS! THANKS FOR SHARING A VERY NEAT GIVEAWAY!

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    Janice says:

    I am totally in love with this fabric line! My faux-daughter has a new baby boy, and since we go camping together every summer, I think this would be perfect for a little quilt for him!

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    Jane says:

    I think I would have to make something for my daughter and her boyfriend, who love the outdoors!

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    Rachelle says:

    I’d make a quilt for my youngest to make up for the fact that he’s getting a second-hand quilt when his brother gets a new one in 2 months.

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    Linda Nelson says:

    I think I would have to make some holiday placemats with these! Great colors!

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    Joana C says:

    I would make a picnic quilt for my children. Thanks for the chance!

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    Adele says:

    I think this bundle would make the cutest boy quilt–maybe two when paired with some of my stash! Thanks for the chance,

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    Morgan says:

    I would make a quilt to take on camping trips!

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    Karen M says:

    I can see this fabric made into a lap quilt for my family room. Thanks for the chance to win.

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    Hedda says:

    I would definltely make a bed size quilt so my husband could no longer bar me from bringing extra blankets when we go camping. What fun fabric!

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    Rachel says:

    Would love to have this bundle for christmas stockings for my niece and nephew.

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    Mindy C says:

    I have a friend who is having twins, one is a boy. This would make a super cute quilt for him. Thank you for the chance!

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    Anna says:

    These are great! I’d use them to make my husband a quilted camping pillow, since he always forgets his when we go camping and winds up sleeping on mine.

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    Kate R says:

    I have 3 baby boys arriving soon to make gifts for, so I might share the great bright colours together with some from my stash and make 3 baby quilts. Thanks for the fun giveaway!

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    Ruth S says:

    I would make a quilt for my son who looooooves to camp.

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    marci says:

    id make something for my son !
    thank you+
    i hope i win!!

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    jennifer says:

    we used to have a trailer like this! i’d love to make a wall hanging to help my family remember :)

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    Marsel says:

    This would make a fun little quilt to wrap around my kids when we’re camping! They would also love “just for camping” pillowcases…

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    Alyce Rodriguez says:

    Thanks for the giveaway! I would use it to make a little boy’s quilt. I love how you paired some of the pearl bracelet fabrics with it in the triangle quilt. It looks great!

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    Rebecca says:

    These prints would look great mixed in with some solids for a quilt! THANKS for the chance!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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    Bruinbr says:

    I’d love to make a playmat for my son with these cute fabrics! Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Fran says:

    I would combine them with some white solid fabric & make a cute throw quilt. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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    i would start another quilt. thanks

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    susan says:

    So darn cute! I would turn it into a lap quilt for my trailer travelling in-laws!

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    Paige says:

    Ahhh, I’m a huge Wisbrun fan! Maybe something for one of my boys?

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    Lisa says:

    I would love to turn this bundle into a quilt for the camping trips! The prints are great. I love them! Thanks for the chance to win!

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    susan says:

    so precious-it would turn tinto a lap quilt for camping friends

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    Carolyn says:

    We just started a quilt group. This would be fun to share!

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    Patrick says:

    I would probably make a summer picnic quilt for camping! Thanks for the giveaway!

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    lisam says:

    I’d like to do some simple tote bags as gift wrapping for Christmas, these would be bright and cheery. Thanks!

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    Debby says:

    I would make pillows for my RV.

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    Lesley says:

    Beautiful quilt and beautiful fabric. Thanks for the chance!

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    Anita says:

    Love the nostalgic look of this fabric! I would definitely want to highlight those cute campers in a block, but add some extras from my stash to bring them out. I’d like to make a cute lap quilt like the one you did or some cool pillows maybe. Thanks for the giveaway:)

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    Lauri Logsdon says:

    We have friends that just bought their first camper. I would make them a quilt to use while they are out on the road.

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    Gonnie says:

    I’d make a quilt to take with us when camping, it would be perfect for sitting under the stars by the campfire. Thanks for the giveaway.

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    everinprogress says:

    I’m make a few holiday gifts for some of my favorite outdoorsy people :)

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    Lindi says:

    What a great range! Brings back wonderful memories. :) I definitely think a quilt for these lovelies. One to take on holidays or to dream on about new holidays to come. I think I’d add one or two solids to them, so that each print would stand out on it’s own.

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    Ginger says:

    I am hoping comment 302 is the winner! I can see some fun pillows with this fabric!

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    Barb@Witsend says:

    These fabrics would make a great car or picnic quilt with something sturdy as the backing!

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    Jessica Killpack says:

    I would make a quilt for my sister who is moving out of the state soon to a much colder climate. This fabric is so lovely!

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    Sandy A in St. Louis says:

    Ohm these are so sweet! I would love to make a hexagon quilt out of them, sort of a “I spy” quilt.

    Thanks for sharing!

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    Ramona says:

    I’ve been saving old blue jeans for a blanket and this would make the perfect blanket to go with the blue jeans.

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    carla bynum says:

    Hi!!! I love the fabrics and the colors!!! I would love to make a lap quilt!!!

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    kate C. says:

    I would mix with various things from my stash and make a lap quilt to brighten up winter days. It would be lots of fun to play with new fabric again… my husband is currently unemployed and so it hasn’t been in the budget lately.

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    darlene says:

    I’m just learning the quilting process so probably a bed runner or table runner. They are beautiful though! Thanks for the chance!!

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    NancyL says:

    We just got a camper and I’m trying to redecorate some and make it more my style/colors, so I’d make something for the camper. Perhaps a table runner and napkins, or curtains. Maybe a quilt for the bed?

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    Chelsea says:

    I love that camper print! One of the things I really want to accomplish for next summer is making quilts for all the beds at my family’s cabin. These would be perfect to use for one of the beds in the “kids room”.

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    I would pair the camper print with linen to make a present for my camper loving friend!

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    Susan Moore says:

    Maybe make a little tote for my grandson, so cute fabric

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    sandyb says:

    This fabric is so cute. It would make such a cute floor quilt for my grandson.

    Thank you.

    sandyb720 at gmail dot com

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    Angie C says:

    I would make a quilt for our cabin with it and some stash fabrics :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Rhonda Desgranges says:

    Love that fabric!! I would make a picnic blanket. Thanks for
    the chance to win!

    wigglypu2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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    Kate E. says:

    I love this fabric! I’d make a quilt for my son with it.

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    mary says:

    I would make a lap quilt to snuggle under. Thanks

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    TX Sarah says:

    I’ve been making I spy blocks for some charity quilts, and these would be a great addition.

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    Annie C says:

    Thanks for this chance. I really want to make a kid’s quilt for my little boy to take when we go on our long camping/road trip next summer – this fabric line is perfect!

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    Fran Daoust says:

    I might make some cute bags for Christmas gifts.

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    Fi says:

    I’d make a picnic blanket to show off those lovelies.

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    Reena says:

    I would make a nifty set of placemats for my sister who does love camping… Def use some of my stash as it is out of control!!!

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    Cheryl L says:

    I might make a cute apron or a lap quilt. Love this fabric!

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    Erin says:

    So cute, and I love to camp! These would make a wonderful picnic blanket. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Patti Smith says:

    I have just started my quilting addiction so I would make a baby quilt for my newest nephew on his way

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    Woolie says:

    I would love to Glamp out my camp trailer with these fabrics, curtains, pillows, quilt throws…make it all bright and cheery

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    Cathy says:

    Baby quilt for sure!

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    Dolly says:

    Oh, I know just what I’d do with these !

    I just made a quilt-top for my youngest grandson, fixing to baste it tomorrow……..I have fabrics to make one for my granddaughter……gotta get busy on that, …….but I didn’t have a clue on what to use for middle grandson’s !

    But this summer their other grandmother let them use their old travel trailer all summer, and although it’s not a tent, it’s from the 60′s or so, and so they were still ‘roughing it’ quite a bit ! These fabrics would be a wonderful reminder of the marshmallows he stuffed into his face on his camping trips !

    Me, me, pick meeeeeeeeeeeeee ! Please !

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    Bethany says:

    I would make a lap quilt for our new-used travel trailer. Live these prints and colors!

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    louise says:

    We have a trailer that I’ve been meaning to update… I’d use these colors to pick some outdoor fabric for the main cushions and use these pieces for the throw pillows. LOVE it!

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    Jennie P. says:

    I’d make something for my sister and her family. They go camping alot so it would be perfect.

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    bee says:

    love this line! not sure what i’d do with it yet – but certainly it’d let the fabrics shine a bit on their own!

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    wanda spain says:

    We go camping all summer and I like to take my grand daughter and grand son with a lot of times. I would make each of them, because it has colors for girls and for boys, a quilt for them to remember the fun we have had, thanks for the chance to win.

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    Becki Seay says:

    Love the fabric. I’m not a camper but those fabrics would make a beautiful quilt for my lake house. I’d let them shine on their own.

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    Wendy says:

    My nephew loves camping…mostly for the campfire aspect. He would love a quilt from these.

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    Pat Hurdle says:

    Oh my goodness what a beautiful quilt I would make if I was fortunate to win this fabric.
    We traveled all over Canada and the US in our motor home until my health made us slow down and boy do I miss the many people (friends) that we met along the way…

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    Kate says:

    Oh my! I’d make a IPad case for my boyfriend! Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Sheppard Morrison says:

    Great fabric. I would make some blocks of a PA Fieldstones quilt. Iwould also like to experiment with Hexigons and English paper piecing.

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    Books_Bound says:

    I’d make a simple quilt with large blocks that show off the fun prints!

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    Jess says:

    Ah, I love these! I’m using your iPad case tutorial for a holiday gift and I think this line would be amazing for that, especially trees and tents. Thanks1

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    Amber says:

    I would have to make something for my mom, who got an airstream last year. She has it decked out so cute, and a little throw with this fabric would be great!

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    Maggie says:

    I so love this fabric and would love to make a quilt for my honey for Xmas! Thanks for this great giveaway chance!

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    Nancy Cantril says:

    I’d make a fun quilt for my Colorado kid! We miss him here in Kansas!

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    Kelie says:

    If I won this bundle I would most likely make a few quilts out of it for my kids for when we go camping! This is an adorable line and it suits my kids (especially my youngest son) PERFECTLY!!! My whole family loves going camping and it’d be PERFECT for us! Thank you so much for the chance to win!!!

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    Jenny says:

    This is so cute. I think I’d quilt them and, yes, I’d pair them with at least some solids. Really cute!! thanks!

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    Molly says:

    Hmmm…it’d be hard to decide, but I think a quilt for my toddler would be in order. So cute!!

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    Adrienne says:

    Love it! I would make a special camping quilt for my little outdoorsman.

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    Deb says:

    Oh I would definitely make a quilt and add in some of my own fabrics. Laurie’s lines never disappoint.

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    Jeannette says:

    I would make a HST-Quilt and combine it with some solids from my stash. Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Teje says:

    Hi Faith! Thank you for a lovely give away! I haven’t made any ‘christmas’ quilt and with those colours & prints and some white I would love to make a small throw quilt for the couch to snuggle in winter days! x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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    Nikki says:

    These are beautiful fabrics and ‘brights’ is just tge right way to describe them. I would make a lap quilt which would make me smike through the dark winter nights.

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    gillian says:

    log cabin quilt, here I come

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    Jeannie says:

    There are three male in my family but I don’t have many fabrics for boy. So I will make a HST boy quilt. Thanks. xx

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    Susanne says:

    Lovely line! I would pick some matching blenders from stash and make a boys quilt for Christmas.
    Susanne

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    Franziska says:

    fun fabric! I like the triangles. I hope to make a triangle quilt for me someday.

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    Andrea says:

    I would mix with some of the stash to make gorgeous Christmas placemats.

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    Mhairi says:

    As a family we love camping and this line is wonderful.
    I think I would start with the camper from: http://www.modabakeshop.com/2012/03/sliced-audition-tutorial-lonely.html
    Then I might use the rest to line my camping tea-towels and make a couple of things for our camp kit.

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    Anne Jenkins says:

    These fabrics would make a great quilt for my nephew. Or my friend’s little boy – the possibilities are endless!

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    Cindy says:

    I would make a baby quilt with these adorable prints! I love your triangles quilt so I think I would also pull some other fabrics from my stash to go with these! Thanks!

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    stacey says:

    I would make a quilt and pillows for our cabin…love love love the prints! Thanks for the chance!

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    Jane says:

    This line is beyond quilt – I’d use it to make something for my son, he’d love these colors.

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    Bella says:

    Matched up with some solids would make a lovely quilt for my friend’s little boy.

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    robin says:

    Love the bright primary colors! These would definately make a very happy school bag!

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    HilaryMcDaniel says:

    Christmas present for sure. That would be such a fabulous quilt for my grandchildren. Thanks for the giveaway. One of these days I may actually win something.

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    Iris says:

    After all these wonderful comments,all I can stay, I would love to win this lovely fabric,need to really see and feel it to say just what but sure would be wonderful to have, iris bradbury

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    Kacey P. says:

    I need to make a baby quilt for a boy – these fabrics look like they’d work perfectly! Thanks for the chance to win and happy Halloween!

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    Patti Krueger says:

    Would make a super cute quilt for one of my grandsons.

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    Chantie Belnap says:

    I would love to turn these fabrics into a bright quilt for my son who says it’s his turn to have a new quilt!

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    Thanks so much for such a wonderful giveaway! I very rarely know what I am going to do with fabric right off the bat, but something good would definitely come out of it!!

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    Karen says:

    I think this fabric would make great bags…or great anythings for that matter!

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    Carina says:

    I think this would be perfect for a quilt for a new baby boy:)

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    Karen A says:

    I would make a cute throw for our camper.

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    Mary says:

    I would make a quilt for my nephew. He is a real
    rough and tumble little boy.

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    Katie B says:

    My sister and her family have a camper, so I’d make them a quilt!

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    Marleen says:

    I would probably first look at it for a few days. Or weeks even! Every day I would change my mind as to what to make with it, and in the end it would end up as a quilt for one of the boys… Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Carmen Wyant says:

    I love Laurie’s designs. I would probably make a quilt that would let these shine on their own (maybe with some solids thrown in).

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    Jen says:

    A baby quilt for a friend!

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    Kylie Doubman says:

    A travel quilt!! =)

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    Shar F. says:

    I would make a quilt for my son!

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    amy c. says:

    i think i’ve talked my husband into letting me get a “canned ham” travel trailer, so i’d use these to whip up some cute things for the interior. maybe some placemats, valances for the tiny window, etc!

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    Jean Thompson says:

    Very Cute Fabric….maybe I could Talk my Son and his Wife into letting me use some of these Fabrics in their Camper… Bet My Granddaughter would like the Cheerful Colors….even as a little Jacket/pants outfit to wear when she goes camping with Mommy and Daddy…

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    Marisa says:

    I adore this fabric! I’d love to make something travel related for my kids-a bag or journal cover perhaps? Thanks for the opportunity!

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    I would pair some fabric from my stash and make a picnic size quilt. My family loves to go on picnics and the theme of this fabric is perfect for that!

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    Ramona says:

    These are great colors for a contemporary baby quilt. Thanks for the chance to try this fabric! I do love your triangle brights quilt.

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    Elonie says:

    Oohhh, cute! I would definitely make a gift for my in-laws who love camping!!! Maybe a throw sized quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Teresa D. says:

    I will be making a camping quilt for my Son and DIL to use on their camping trips. They love the mountains and this would be a bright nice quilt for them.

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    Holly says:

    Cute! I’d make a lovely picnic blanket, for trips to the beach, while I dream of warmer weather.

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    Jane says:

    I’d make a picnic quilt. The fabric is just perfect.

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    Marg says:

    Love all her material and this looks fun

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    Heather says:

    I’d make a quilt for the lake cabin!

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    Avery says:

    I would make a polaroid quilt with white fabric. I might even give it to my neighbour who is an avid camper and so kind to everyone around him.

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    Avery says:

    I would make a baby quilt for my friend that is expecting. I might pair it with blue, a polaroid quilt.

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    Andrea says:

    I would make a little play mat for my son and nephews to play on. Thanks for the chance to win.

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    Marianne Rooks says:

    I love the quilts and fabric displayed on your blog, and couldn’t resist ordering Modern Quilting Unlimited!

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    So sweet – I think I’d have to come up with some kind of camping gear or traveling gear to make with it – it’s too cute! Or maybe a nice throw to take on picnics…

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    Melissa says:

    I think these fabrics combined with some other brights would make a fun quilt.

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    Jaye says:

    These fabrics look so happy! I would love to make some baby quitls with them!

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    Crystal king says:

    I would make reusable sandwich bags and napkins for the kids’lunches

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    Susan Evans says:

    I would make a quilt for my friend who has just refurbished an old camper for his family. Such cute mateial!

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    Judi creed says:

    I would make a quilt for mt grandson. Thanks for the chance.

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    Jessica says:

    I think I’d pair them with some solids for a great boy quilt!

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    Linda A says:

    Fabulous fabrics, so bright and jolly which would make a marvellous quilt for a little boy.

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    Jennifer says:

    Love these fabrics and I would use them as is with one solid!

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    Mindy W says:

    I will definitely use these designs for a quilted piece for my parents. Our family vacations were ALWAYS camping and now I carry the tradition with my kids.

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    Lindsay says:

    I would keep these on their own and make a beautiful quilt for my boys. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

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    Cindy says:

    Keep my fingers crossed! Nothing like new fabric to inspire a new project.

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    LJ says:

    Those fabrics are wonderful and would make anything totally cool! I’m always thinking quilts and lately saw a snowball quilt that I must try. We have our Christmas celebration in early December so my available time between now and then is already spoken for.

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    Stephanie says:

    I think I would make things for camping with them……mess kit sacks, silverware rolls, place mats etc

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    Devon says:

    OMG. cutest patterns ever… I might have to buy some of this if I don’t win!

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    Margaret says:

    Love the fabric. Looks like it would make up a great Modern quilt!

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    I’d love to make a picnic quilt for next summer with them!

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    Fenna says:

    some accessories for my kids I’d think :)

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    Veronica says:

    I think I might make some zip pouches or mug rugs. They’re so cute!

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    Sara says:

    that is such a fun bundle of fabric! i think i’d be tempted to make a bright happy dog bed.

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    Joyce Brown says:

    My husband and I have been camping for over thirty two years! Our children grew up learning about nature, roughing it, and fishing from May to October through camping. The family rime was priceless. This collection brings a smile to my face just remembering those times!