Wednesday, 16 October 2013

Daydream Giveaway!

---GIVEAWAY NOW CLOSED---
Winner is Deb @ Simple Life Quilts :)

I’ve been thinking lately that it must be about time for a giveaway. And it just so happens I got some super happy mail today. Mail that looks a bit like this:

Daydream charm pack

Actually the happy mail looked like this x two. I bought one charm pack for me and one to give away Winking smile There are some (few!) perks to buying fabric in Australia – we tend to get the pre-cuts earlier (though we pay double the price!). It helps make up for the fact that our quilting fabric costs $24 a metre, or if we order online, we pay $24 in shipping. Yay for early release pre-cuts, I say! Smile

Daydream CP

 My pics don't do this line justice - but if you're a Kate Spain, you know it's gorgeous. (And I didn't want to open up my own pretty charm pack just for a photo. I need to admire it all packed up for a bit longer!).

So I’m sharing the joy! All you have to do for a chance at winning a Daydream charm pack is leave a comment. I’d really like suggestions on what you’d like to see in a paper pieced BoM: be it a theme idea, a different way for it to be run, what you like about BoMs, what you don’t like… plenty of scope there to come up with a comment! Give me something interesting to read!.

Want a bonus chance? Follow my blog and leave a separate comment letting me know how you follow. Too easy Smile

Fine print: Giveaway is open til 8pm 21st October (Aussie time) and I will pick the winner and email them– so make sure you’re not a no-reply blogger – I need to have a way to contact you if you should be the winner. Everyone is welcome to enter - happy to post internationally. Oh and I probably won’t reply to giveaway comments as it can sometimes be a little overwhelming!

Good luck!

265 comments:

  1. I haven't had the time yet to do a BOM....but I am sure you are doing just fine with it.
    Thanks for the giveaway

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  2. It would be neat to have a BOM that starts simple and increases in difficulty gradually so you don't even realize how good you've become! Every BOM I tried was just too much too fast and I lost interest. Good luck :)

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  3. I have never tried paper peiceing. I am a little intimidated by the process, but doing BOM's are great. When you do a different type of block each month, you get to learn something new and maybe even learn a new technique or even a new way of doing things. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  4. I am a follower through Bloglovin.

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  5. I haven't done a BOM yet but would love to join a mid-century themed one that starts fairly easy and then progresses. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway!

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  6. I haven't done paper piecing of a BOM yet so it would be a great way to tackle both, I would be looking for something cheerful - the kind of project that makes me smile and I can't stop myself joining in. A better description might be bright nature, weather or symbols.

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  7. I would love to see a transportation paper pieced BOM with classic cars and old motorcycles

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  8. I follow with bloglovin thanks for the chance

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  9. I paper piece simple blocks. I hate to sew them together to make one unit so that is a technique I would love to master

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  10. I already follow on bloglovin

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  11. I'd love to see a full set of vintage kitchen appliances, like old stoves, mixers and the like. Those would turn into a lovely mini quilt for the kitchen at the end.

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  12. Already your follower on Bloglovin, x

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  13. I follow you on Instagram. Love reading your blog!

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  14. I follow you on Instagram. Love reading your blog!

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  15. I like BOM but I always seem to get behind and them play catch up. Thanks for the chance to win this great fabric.

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  16. I love the idea of a kitchen theme. Would make some awesome placemats, or oven mits or pot holders. I've only done a few paper-pieced projects so a BOM sounds like a great way to get better at it. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  17. And I am a follower via Bloglovin'.

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  18. Have you seen Ayumi's alphabet quilt? http://ayumills.blogspot.com/2013/05/filled-with-quilt-love.html

    I would love to join a QAL for a similar quilt! Don't know if it would work for a BOM since there are lots of blocks, but if it did I would definitely join in! Thank you for the giveaway!

    hannahlmoser at gmail dot com

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    1. Wow - that quilt is gorgeous! That would be a really fun QAL (although it would probably have to be a little bit longer than a normal QAL).

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  19. I also follow your blog on Feedly and Instagram.

    hannahlmoser at gmail dot com

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  20. hi, i want to paper piece a flying duck (not a flying goose/geese - jeez, I'm sure you know what I mean). I have no idea how I or you could turn that into a BOM but if you ever get round to doing a pattern for a flying duck, please let me know! thanks melanie99@gmail.com

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  21. I would love to jsut master paper piecing.. they scare me.

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  22. Kristy, I love your blocks. I'm absolutely CRAZY about your blocks! You know this, of course, so I'll just say, "Keep up the great work" and let it go at that... ;)

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  23. Still following through Bloglovin'!

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  24. I am a bloglovin follower!

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  25. I'm participating in my first BOM and I love it! My only complaint is not knowing what the finished quilt will look like.

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  26. I follow through bloglovin. I have no time for a BoM at present. Wish I did.

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  27. The suggestions for a kitchen themed BOM would be fun. I love paper piecing, but I've never done a BOM before. It's on my list to do someday. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  28. I follow your blog on bloglovin' :)

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  29. If you're not tired of cute designs, I'd love to join in on a nursery rhyme theme BOM - Think: incy wincy spider, I'm a little teapot, Twinkle little star, ba ba black sheep, Jack & Jill, Humpty Dumpty - you get the idea lol. It might be a nice addition to mix with your fairytale blocks :)

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  30. and yes I follow (read:'stalk your designs) on Bloglovin'

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  31. I love this fabric! I've not done a BOM but I'm sure it will be challenging to keep up for me.

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  32. I follow you on Bloglovin.

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  33. I'd love a sewing room themed BOM. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  34. With 5 grandsons ages 6 mo. to 7 yrs, I would like something to make for them.

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  35. Love paper pieced BOMs -- your last one was fabulous! Animals, birds, and flowers are themes that would particularly interest me but I'm sure there are others I haven't thought of and would enjoy. It's fun to see how everyone's blocks turn out.

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  36. No need to put me in the give away but you know I like to throw in my 2 cents :). I love boMs because doing 1 block a month is easy peas then , bam!! At the end you have a quilt or a mini and it didn't seem like any work at all. I have 2 ideas for a new BOM. One would be a calendar where the 12 blocks would be themed to each month. That may not be such a good idea since we live in different hemispheres and have opposite seasons. The other idea is to do a sampler of sorts with various geometric blocks. Or a seasons quilt with 2 blocks dedicated to each season if you run it for 8 months.

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  37. I love star PP patterns, not so much of a fan of picture blocks. Quilting on the Square has a neat hexi PP BOM which is fun and a little different.

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  38. Hmm - how about costumes from around the world?

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  39. I am only doing my first one now so don't have much experience...but I like to learn something along the way, like a little history lesson or little-known facts. I like the ones you do where it is like a scene broken apart like the sewing room and all its parts. Maybe a bike-riding theme? Hillside, mailbox, fence w cat...

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  40. I follow you through Bloglovin. And I love it!

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  41. I've never done a BOM but I think it would be cool to try one designed around pre-cuts - like buy a layer cake and some background yardage and through the BOM you'd use the whole thing.

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  42. How about blocks representing rooms in a dollhouse, sized so that they could be sewn together into a doll house?

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  43. I follow this blog with Feedly.

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  44. I am for sure a Kate Soain fan . Thanks! Hmmmm not sure about a paper pieced pattern. How about birds on a wire

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  45. I follow through my blogger dashboard

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  46. Hi Kristy! Jo's idea for cars and motor bikes is great! I would love to join making them! Thank you for a great give away! x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  47. I'm follower! x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  48. I love your vintage patterns..what about a kitchen theme?

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  49. I enjoy following very much!

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  50. I follow on BlogLovin - and love reading your blog posts!

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  51. I love paper-piecing!
    Maybe scenes from countries around the world ? Like animals, landmarks, or even just simply how to say "hello" in different languages! I adore Kate Spain!

    reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  52. I'm not sure how you'd achieve it, but how about a BoM that is tiered for experience level - so there'd be one version of the block for beginners, then somehow make it trickier for those with a bit of experience, then have a version of the block for accomplished paper piecers. Perhaps that's a bit tricky, and maybe each block on its own is a natural progression in terms of skill level as the months go by. In terms of themes, perhaps landmarks - eiffel tower, big ben, sydney opera house ... could be a trip around the world with different landmarks. I also like the kitchen themed ideas other people have suggested.

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  53. I dont know why its not letting me post my comment. (Maybe it is and its going to appear a thousand times, if so then sorry!!)

    Anyway i think A 12 days of christmas theme would be super cute. each block would be a different thing from the song. It could end in october or november so you can finish the quilt in time for christmas.

    kelsiipantsu at aim dot com

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  54. Also I follow you on feedly!

    kelsiipantsu@aim.com

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  55. I would love to see some botanicals ... we are pretty nature-themed in this house, but I need more plant life in my quilts. :) I think a cool mix of leaves would be fun, and it would be easy to come up with easy and more complicated designs. I also love the 12 days of Christmas theme. I would be all over that quilt.

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  56. I actually follow you through my Blogger feed. Don't know if that counts. :D

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  57. I'm thinking something big. Like one image divided into 9 blocks. You'll need to assemble all the blocks to get the final thing. That would probably help to stay on track, lol. No idea what the image should be though.

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  58. Loving bloglovin as I follow you there :-)

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  59. I like the 12 days of Christmas theme, I already have lots of ornaments on the theme so a quilt would be a great addition. Like the landmarks theme too, could be a great Blog Hop. Would like to see alternative ideas for using the blocks too. I don't have enough wall space for many more wallhangings :) Again perhaps a Blog Hop could take some of the pressure off of you on that too. You know I love your patterns so will be delighted with whatever you come up with!

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  60. I am a loyal follower on Bloglovin

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  61. Well I think you are an extremely lovely person to be giving away a Daydream charm pack. Particularly when two charm packs makes a lovely sized lap quilt! Actually, I already knew that you were lovely; this must make you super extremely lovely!!

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  62. I am your bloglovin' follower
    Thank you so much for the chance

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  63. I'm always a fan of animal patterns :)

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  64. I never made a BOM, but I like that idea, it's changeling even for a beginner like me, but I'd stay on easy blocks i am a bit frightened with paper piecing ;-)

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  65. I'd really like to see some kind of alphabet BOM? Would this work?

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  66. Your And Sew On BOM was brilliant in that it moved from relatively easy to complicated over the 9 months which helped me build on my confidence and skills. Although I now feel comfortable in jumping in and paper piecing whatever, I think that would be very valuable for any newbies. As for a theme. It's a tough one, Sewing was such a good theme as it's the one thing we (all your readers) have in common! Another thought would be kitchen items, but I know you've already made patterns for those. Reading through some of the other comments, I also like the idea of an animal theme or the landmarks theme (though that is happening on a blog hop at the minute).

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  67. I enjoy your blog. Love the previous idea of 12 days of Xmas. Or how about one for tea cups/tea pots.

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  68. I am not good with boms. I love them all and start a few but never seem to finish any.

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  69. I'd love a nature theme! Maybe trees or animals or perhaps a tree in different seasons!

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  70. I'm doing a couple of BOM quilt blocks at the moment and really enjoying it, although sometimes I think it seems a long time between new blocks. I would love to take part in a paper piecing one, I missed out on this one so will be keeping an eye out for the next :-)

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  71. I love the BOM ideas already suggested especially the one where the difficulty increases!! Thanks for the chance!!

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  72. I follow you via Bloglovin' - thanks for an extra chance!!

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  73. I'd like a pp BOM of a Abstract nature theme. Trees, bushes, landscapes. Maybe with an Aussie edge. There's so many amazing birds and wild life there. I think they'd really pop in front of or along with blocks of trees/landscapes that are contemporary and minimal.

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  74. I'm a Follower in Bloglovin, thanks for the 2nd chance. Have a great evening/day!

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  75. I need a set of cloud paper pieced patterns and I would love a set of windows :)

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  76. Yay I am already one of your stalkers... I mean followers ;)

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  77. I am a follower through Bloglovin. love all types of material, feel like a horder sometimes....hahahah

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  78. I really need to or want to learn paper piecing...im not quite sure i can leave an idea since i dont know about paper piecing , but a BOM is always good when there is embroidery in each square, i love those..maybe incorporate some of that. :)

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  79. I would like to see a garden theme BOM. By the way, I love your alphabets...perfect for baby name pillows for baby gifts.

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  80. Since text fabrics are so popular, a cool BoM would be different type faces (fonts). Each block could be a word, or several letters, or some punctuation marks in different fonts/styles, and it would create a sampler word quilt.

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  81. I'm a follower on Bloglovin'

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  82. I am now following your blog. I found it via the Charm About You email I got today.

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  83. What a lovely charm pack. I have never had any Kate Spain fabrics. I will have to find her line at a shop near me and check them out.

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  84. Gorgeous! I love paper pieced stars best of all; can't go wrong with those! :)

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  85. I follow you via BlogLovin!

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  86. LOVE Kate Spain! I've loved And Sew On too... I would love a BoM with garden/floral theme or a beach/lake theme.

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  87. I've never participated in a BoM but would love to join one in the future. One theme I would love is food! It would make a great quilt for the kitchen.

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  88. I'd like to see a plant/flower BOM!!

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  89. I've not yet been brave enough to try paper piecing. As others have mentioned, I'd like a BoM that begins with the basics of paper piecing, and then gradually progresses onto more complicated pieces.

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  90. I would love to see some sort of paper piecing BOM, but one that would be good for beginners. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  91. Already following your blog via bloglovin

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  92. Since you asked..........I'd love to see a BOM that each block made up a whole picture 'scene'. I saw this a long time ago at a quilt show. The quilt measured about 36 x 45 or so...not sure how the blocks fit together (same size or not) but it was a garden scene, gazebo, flowers, fences, paths and walkways with trees, even the back of a house...people too! Everything flowed together to make this 'picture'! I kick myself all the time as I should have purchased the pattern, but I had never done pp before and didn't know I would LOVE it!! It was beautiful...have never, ever seen a pattern online or anywhere else...so there it is, my idea...complicated I know! Love your blog and patterns!

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  93. I would love to see a paper pieced BoM of zoo animals or of nature scenes!

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  94. I love following your blog :-) I get it delivered to my inbox. I think I own almost all of Kate Spains fabrics for moda.. so in love

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  95. You are such an inspiration and your blog is always the first to be read each morning! Thank you for sharing your passion and knowledge. I follow under melcrafts (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  96. I loved doing your BOM- even though I am waaaaay behind! Thanks so much for all of the free patterns you post to Craftsy. My first granddaughter is 5 weeks old and I plan on making her a quilt with you storybook characters soon!!

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  97. The fabric looks gorgeous. I would love to give it a new home. thanks so much for sharing. FYI, We pay 20-25 per meter for our fabrics here in Canada as well...

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  98. I am a happy email follower. Thank-you for sharing with us all.

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  99. I wold love to see a Christmas themed BOM that way you do one block a month and finish by Christmas and have a beautiful quilt for the holidays! mburnette912@bellsouth.net

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  100. First off...I AM a follower! By email.

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  101. This is such a fun line! The colors are outstanding. I have never been part of a BOM. Sounds like fun.

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  102. I would love a paper pieced BOM with cute little animals, or a flower/nature BOM (maybe more appropriate for a Kate Spain line, heh).

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  103. And I follow you with BlogLovin', too. Love your paper piecing! :)

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  104. I am already a follower! Love your blog! mburnette912@bellsouth.net

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  105. what about doing a bom that when you finish a block you mail it to someone else and you receive one that someone else has finished and done in a way that you never get blocks from the same person.

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  106. i follow via bloglovin babscorbitt at gmail dot com

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  107. Love that dollhouse idea! My favorite BOM's are those that come together cohesively with a theme.

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  108. I'd like to see the blocks available in different sizes - maybe sizes that would allow to pick and choose different sizes for different blocks in the same quilt. Does that make sense? I'm just tired of BOM quilts that are just twelve 12-inch blocks. Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  109. I think you could do a block of the month on weather for the month? things that grow? holidays? flowers? Could be fun! Thanks for a lovely giveaway.

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  110. That is quite a tradeoff, but getting fabric early is fun! I am so glad I found your blog!

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  111. FOLLOW ON BLOG LOVIN'

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  112. HELLO, I LIKE THE 12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS THEME!
    LOVE YOUR BLOG!
    THANKS FOR A NEAT GIVEAWAY!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  113. BOM? Maybe Desk stuff: pen, note book, scissors, ink bottle

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  114. I love BOMs that have seasonal themes. You know, Halloween stuff for October, Valentines stuff for February, Summery things for July and August, etc.

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  115. And the fabric looks great, glad I'm a follower !!!!

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  116. I'm a follower! Thanks for the chance to win - avid Kate Spain fan here. :)

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  117. .I'd love to see a BOM that each block made up a whole picture 'scene'.

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  118. Eine wunderschöne Verlosung...da versuche ich gerne mein Glück. Ich würde mal gerne einen Sonnenuntergang in PP-Technik nähen.

    Liebe Grüße aus Deutschland
    Marion

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  119. Ich bin regelmässige Leserin deines tollen Blogs und folge über Google

    LG Marion

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  120. A sewing theme would be cute! Machine, spools, scissors, etc. ... Thanks for the chance to win!

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  121. How about a paper pieced horse or horse head?

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  122. Love the Kate Spain charms I am quite the fan.
    Not sure what theme for PP BM, the kitchen one sounds interesting..

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  123. I'm now following your blog with Bloglovin'.

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  124. I am a new follower on blog lovin
    crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  125. I am new to paper piecing...but the times I tried it I loved it. Theme, pillowcase edges - since the pillowcases for children thingy is still going on.
    crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  126. I read some of the suggestions for the BOM themes... the ones that I would love to join in are seasons/months or alphabet/letters or international (there was a suggestion about "how to say hello in different languages", I love that, but also something like a national animal/plant/monument, could be interesting).

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  127. And I am a follower! I come here a lot to get some inspiration :) Thanks for the opportunity!

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  128. I follow on bloglovin. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  129. Block of the month - mariners compass, stars, complex designs.
    24Tangent@gmail.com

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  130. I haven't done much paper piecing, so maybe something for a newbie?

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  131. I have been looking for a santa theme pattern. It would be a fun paper piece that could be for a gift next Christmas. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  132. I still have 1 of 2 charm packs of Honey Honey all wrapped up, for the very same reason! :) I have only ever done one BOM (which I LOVED!), and never done anything paper pieced...would a "beginners" paper pieced BoM be too boring? Thanks for a wonderful Kate Spain giveaway...I just love her!

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  133. I have never Paper Pieced, or done a BOM. (pretty new to quilting tho too...) Anything easy would be Wonderful!!! :)

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  134. Already Follow you thru Bloglovin' too :)

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  135. I have done a couple of BOMs and I really enjoyed them - I did the In Color Order half-triangle square one in Batiks and it turned out great. :) (BTW I adore Kate Spain fabric!)

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  136. I already follow your blog and have many of your patterns on my Craftsy wish list . . . and I may have already purchased some . . . I can't even remember! Love your stuff!

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  137. Great giveaway! I's think a disney themed BOM would be fun!

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  138. Okay, I forgot to mention in my previous comment that I follow you via Bloglovin. As far as BOM suggestions, I skimmed other comments and I really like the idea where the blocks would fit together to make a scene of some kind. But that would probably be a huge effort on your part. At least it seems to be that it would. But ya know? You're SO Good!!!

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  139. I am a follower by email !!

    Susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  140. I loved being in the And Sew On BoM ! I liked how it worked.
    I liked the idea of a Christmas Themed Quilt or wall hanging... where we get it done before Dec 2014!
    You are a super designer!!

    Susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  141. Loving the Daydream fabrics!

    I've never done a paper pieced BoM, but I think some underwater themed blocks would be neat. I'd love to make a SCUBA quilt and there are so many colorful fish and underwater creatures that would make great paper pieced blocks!

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  142. Daydream is gorgeous :). Thanks for the chance :).

    As christmas is not that far away (think someone said 10 weekends), I wouldn't mind a simple Christmas BOM or QAL :). Or a paper pieced pattern for a table runner for Xmas :).

    Cheers,
    Jenn from Mellycoddle (jenn at mellycoddle dot com)

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  143. Follower of your blog via email :).

    Cheers,
    Jenn from Mellycoddle (jenn at mellycoddle dot com)

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  144. WOW - 177 comments already! Way to go Chicky!

    Well I have been a follower, fan, stalker and admirer for a long time now. Your posts show in my email, my bloglovin list and also in my FB newsfeed. LOL

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  145. OK - you ready for my suggestions?????? I have collaborated with Miss Moo on most of these!

    Child's Play - which would include a Furby!!!!!!! and other toys of today.
    Pretty in Pink - aged at the little princess to dress up - or a tween. Think nail polish, perfume, necklaces etc.
    Star Trek - (this one is purely mine) LOL - hey I can dream can't I?????
    Australian Animals - in light of the current Woolies trading cards.
    Stars above - different stars
    Aboriginal Dreamtime - think rainbow serpent etc.
    In the garden - think big bold flowers, a flower pot, a sunhat perhaps.
    Cat in the Hat - I could finally cut into my precious Suess fabric that I have been collecting.
    Horses - different heads etc.

    And we desperately tried to come up with idea #10 - but to no avail.

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  146. I am too afraid of paper piecing so I vote for an easy BOM.

    Thanks for the giveaway

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  147. BOM ideas from me: I like the antique cars, pick-ups, motorcycles, since we never do anything that would be good for guy gifts. I also liked Cat in the Hat, Birds: different kinds, nests, flying, but those would be more advanced patterns. Some kind of ideas for boys too would be good. Snowmen maybe, Christmas, Santas workshop would be cool. You'll come up with something interesting, I'm sure.

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  148. I would love to do a flower BoM or one with sea creatures (dolphins, whales, etc) or maybe fairies. I also love applique. However, at this time I can not participate. I know many find the time regardless, but I can not. (school + internship)

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  149. I have not done any paper piecing, kind of terrified by it, so a fairly easy start without anything too complex would be great for me. Thanks for the lovely giveaway & for sharing the Kate Spain gorgeousness.

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  150. I follow you via email, thanks.

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  151. I am still having trouble with paper piecing, so something without terribly tiny parts please! Maybe animals?

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  152. I love Kate Spain and this line is gorgeous!
    I don't know if anyone's suggested, but I think this would be lovely paper pieced into a 'spring garden' themed quilt! Lots of flowers, pinwheels, bees, dragonflies, trees, leaves and petals! :)

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  153. I'd love to see some modern swirls paper-pieced.
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  154. I looked at some other suggestions and I like the Idea of hello in different languages! Sounds unique

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  155. I never do BoM they are just to stressful. I know a lot of people really enjoy them.

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