Friday, June 17, 2011

Friday Fun Day ... A Giveaway Too!


Hi Everyone,
It is Friday Fun Day with a new Design Team project. Today, Stephanie from Peas In A Pod, shares this Magnet Board tutorial on the Quilted Fish's blog. Click here to see the project - it is even kid friendly!



Here at the Intrepid Thread, Fridays are also Giveaway Day and today is no exception! I have the priviledge of offering a fat quarter pack of the Eleni Palette from Anna Marie Horner's LouLouThi line - wow! So let's see here are the rules:
The giveaway will end next Friday, June 24 at midnight.
To enter - leave a comment about what project you would do with this line.
One comment equals one entry.
Happy Friday!!

ps - last week's giveaway will be extended since Julie is out of town ;)

110 comments:

  1. Maybe some embroidery. And bean bags, buttons, pincushion, cozies, etc... Can't wait!!

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  2. I think they would make great summer cushions - so colorful and bright.

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  3. I think this would make the most stunning quilt for my Grandmother. Oh, she would love it!!

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  4. I dont know what Id make I just want!

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  5. I just bought a new book called Quilt Fiesta surprising designs from Mexican tiles by Cheryl Lynch this fabric is perfect for one of these projects.

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  6. ooo this would make a very pretty quilt, or a fun tote! Thanks for the giveaway :-)

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  7. Happy Friday to you too :D
    Colourful fabrics.. Well, I will make reversible tote or handbag :D
    Thanks for the chance...
    Cheers...

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  8. I would brighten up my kitchen with placemats and table runner... Thanks!

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  9. Great fabric, I would make pillows for my sofa and some fabric baskets. Thank you for the giveaway : )

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  10. Wall Hangings I need wall hangings, my walls are naked!!!!!! Thanks for a lovely giveaway

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  11. I am in love with Tula Pink's Modern Alphabet pattern... this would be perfect for it because you need 10 fat quarters! Fingers crossed big time...

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  12. I'm thinking totes or purses. So cool! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  13. I think I would make a tote bag

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  14. I would love to make some new pillow covers for my sister with it! she would love those colors! thanks!

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  15. GORGEOUS. i really need to make my sister a table runner, she would love these fabrics!

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  16. Wow another lovely giveaway - thanks. I would make skirts for my girls, with different panels in, think that would be gorgeous.

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  17. I LOVE this line. I would probably be selfish and finally make a quilt for myself ;)

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  18. I think I would use some of the fabrics in my Farmer's Wife quilt.

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  19. I just found this tutorial …
    Quilt Block Tutorial: Interlocking Seasons here http://theparfaitcafe.com/?p=228 your great giveaway would be perfect for me to try out this block.
    Oh, I would love to win.
    Bente
    I like to QuiltBlog

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  20. im a quilter... so for sure this would go into a quilt. I would want to really shocase the big prints with the smaller around... Not sure what i would do, possibly some improv blocks.
    and maybe even use a bit to make me a mug rug.. the fabric is so happy, id want it sitting at my machine with my coffee!!

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  21. Im signed up for 5 QAL starting this or next month... need some more fabric for those fabulous projects. One calls for 9 FQs and I will be embroidering in coordinating colors in the centers of each block... this bundle would be perfect!

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  22. Beautiful fabrics. I would love to make a quilt with this fabric and leftover scraps a small pouch or bag.

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  23. They are so beautiful!! I'm afraid I'm not very original - I see quilts in everything - so this would definitely be a summer-weight quilt!!! Thanks for the chance!!

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  24. I've just bought a dresden plate ruler so I could start with these fabrics if I was lucky enough to win!

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  25. This fq set would turn into dresden plate blocks, and then probably show up in various cases and mug rugs I make!

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  26. Oh just given a great tutorial from ShinersView.blogspot for a 'tile' quilt that these would so work nicely.

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  27. I have four siblings, and have made two of them a quilt so far. This stack would make a beautiful quilt for one of my sister's!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  28. This looks like it would make a fun picnic quilt :)

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  29. I would like to add this to a quilt I'm making using all of AMH's quilting cotton starting with Bohemian. I'm also thinking of making a patchwork duvet cover! Hope you enjoyed graduation and the Eagle Scout ceremonies! Congrats to you and your son!

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  30. This fabric is crying out "bag" to me.

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  31. I think I'd make a quilt to spice up my guest room.

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  32. I'd love to do a bag and a clutch.

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  33. Love the fun project you posted!

    As for the fabric...I'd make either a bag or an apron depending on the actual size of the prints.

    Thanks for the chance!

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  34. This would make a really cute quilt or purse.

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  35. I think it would make a beautiful patchwork bag!

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  36. Ohhhh! I'm already seeing combinations in that stack that would make cute purses. Thanks!

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  37. I would love to make a lap quilt with this fabric. It is so vibrant and lovely, and I would really enjoy reading a good book with this on my lap! Thanks :)

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  38. I think I'd (attempt to) make a stylish baby change bag for my best friend - I have until August to get the baby gifts sorted! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  39. I would love to make some quilted pillows or even try out the magnetic board tutorial. But something that can showcase the fabric because its so pretty.

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  40. Beautiful! I would love to make a table runner or topper from that fabric.

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  41. I would have to sit and admire it first !!! but i love making bags and clutches and wallets.. so defiantly those! oh and alot of placemats and mugrugs!

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  42. i'd start w/a patchwork potholder, then move on from there...

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  43. I really would like to make table runners
    Verna G

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  44. FQs always get me thinking about quilt patterns...BUT I've been thinking of switching from tablecloths to table runners and placemats lately...

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  45. I need a new oven mitt so that would be an option for 1 piece. I suspect the rest would marinade in the stash until ready for use.

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  46. I can't replace my decrepit couch and love seat right now, but some bright pillows would help to liven it up. These fat quarters would be perfect for that.

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  47. onr of things on my "to make" list is a knitting needle roll/holder.

    I'd love to use some of these fabrics for that,

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  48. a Quilt for my daughters Big Bed.

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  49. I am thinking pillows for the couch and a bag for myself!

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  50. I have many on-going projects and could certainly used this fabric in my hexagon flowers or my Dear Jane quilt blocks. I wrote this out earlier and thought it had posted but I don't think it did so here it is again.

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  51. Such cute fabrics! I think I would try and make a tote with these. I haven't ever made one and am afraid to, but this just might inspire me! :)

    Sandy A

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  52. I'd use these in a quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  53. Perhaps a nice summery tabletop Im thinking, thanks!

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  54. There are so many things that I could make with these gorgeous fabrics but I'd most probably make a throw for my living room sofa.

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  55. I would most likely make a quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  56. Love the fabric!!! It's screaming "funky purse" to me!!! :)

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  57. I'd like to make some things for my sewing area. I have a pattern for a storage basket, but havn't picked out the fabric yet.. this could be wonderful!

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  58. I think I would make a beach quilt and tote for my granddaughter.

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  59. I am thinking new covers for my outdoor patio set. This is under cover so I dont have to worry about them getting wet. It would bring some summery feelings to the deck, as here in the Seattle area it dosnt appear we are going to experience summer.

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  60. I see a nice quilt looking at those brights! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  61. a quilt of course!

    maybe something with half square triangles...

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  62. I would make colorful skirts for me for summer. Thanks for a great giveaway and a chance to win.
    esterling9 at aol dot com

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  63. I think I would make some cushions for my mother - she would love these colors :)

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  64. This is my favorite palette in the LouLouthi line and I would make a lap quilt for me.

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  65. I think I would use a few to add to the quilt I'm planning for my little girl's bed. Thanks for sharing :)

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  66. I just seen the cutest apron, placemats, and napkin rings in a magazine. As soon as I seen it, I thought of LouLouThi. That is what I would make.

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  67. Thanks for the chance to win. I would use the fabric to make bags.

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  68. I would make a cute table runner.

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  69. I think some funky little pants for my granddaughter would be cute
    Blessings
    Gmama jane

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  70. WEll, after I roll in it like a lucky lottery winner, I think I'd make a nice throw for the back of the sofa--all those colors fascinate me!

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  71. Thanks for the chance to win. I'm the quilt and bag lady. So one of those is what I'd make. I'd have to get my hands on this beautiful fabric, and love on it, and listen to it whisper to me and tell me what it wants to be. Yummy colors.

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  72. I'd probably just put the fabric on the floor and roll around in it for awhile.

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  73. So pretty... after stroking and pawing the fabric it would be turned into a very pretty quilt...
    Hugz

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  74. Gorgeous fabrics! I think they would lovely as wallets.

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  75. Probably a quilt in a new pattern. But these would be gorgeous in a skirt too. Decisions, decisions...

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  76. Aprons and few hankerchiefs. How lovely.

    fablanche3petal@gmail.com

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  77. pick me pick me pick me...lol. I LOVE these colors. What would I make....goodness...I have a long list of items already that I need to make but I would surely make a lap quilt for our living room

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  78. I think I'd make some pillows and add some embroidery.

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  79. that fabric is soooo dreamy! I'd make a quilt--hmmmm.. maybe kaleidoscope...oooh pretty!

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  80. Ooooh...I would love to make a very happy table topper with this. Then use the leftovers for the magnetic board project to match for a lovely matching kitchen nook set.

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  81. I am torn with what to make - there are some many possibilites, but I would like to make a purse and this would be perfect for it! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  82. I am on the mood for Bags... several of them.
    These gorgeous babies are right up my alley
    Thanks for the chance of winning
    Gina

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  83. Those fabrics look like they'd make a perfect quilt for my mom. Thanks for the chance!

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  84. Oh, LouLouThi *swoon* - I think this would be destined for a quilt that is mine all mine!!
    Thanks for the lovely giveaway :)

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  85. I want to make another bento box quilt and think these would be perfect! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  86. I'm not sure what I'd make with them but I'm sure I'd come up with something! Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  87. I that they would make beautiful placemats for my kitchen. thank you for the chance to win them...lindacrosby(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  88. For some reason the minute I saw the fabrics, I thought of pin cushions.

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  89. Everybody needs more quilts! So a quilt it is.

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  90. Not really sure. The florals would go in my flower stash. The polka dots would go with other polka dots, I love polka dots and have about exhausted that group, and the rest, bright colorful little girls summer dresses.

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  91. I will make a tote and a cathedral window wall hanging.

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  92. Maybe a small quilt & pillow for my sister who wants more color in her house!

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  93. I would make a quilt...and it would probably end up being given away to a friend.

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  94. Some of those would mix well with some on going projects for a lap top.

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  95. The first thought that came to mind - baby grand niece dresses - with 5 under age 6 -- lots of room for cute summer dress making
    =or= hexies for a GMFG quilt - definitely not a put on the shelf and pet fabric! Thanks for the chance.

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  96. I'm planning to give table runners with matching placemats as xmas gifts this year. LoulouThi would be perfect! thanks for the chance to win some.

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  97. I'd love to combine it with some other AMH fabric to create a nice quilt for our living room. :)

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  98. Since I usually give everything i make away, This would be something for me!

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  99. This would make a nice brick quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  100. I've been wanting to make a large 9-patch quilt for a while now...these would work nicely.

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  101. I would do something with a geometric twist. Maybe slightly modern.

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  102. These would make fun skirts for my girls!

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  103. I'm getting ready to make some mug rugs for my gals, and I think they would look great in these fabrics.

    wordygirl at earthlink dot net

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  104. I would make it into a quilt for one of my best friends... the colours are perfect for her!

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  105. New pillow covers for the couch!

    Thanks!
    Julie

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  106. Ooh, got to be a bento box quilt to show off those luscious prints! Thanks for the chance to win!
    Jacque in SC
    quiltnsrep(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  107. These fabrics would make great totes or other little bags. Thanks for the giveaway.

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