Friday, May 15, 2015

Sample Spree and One for you Giveaway

Hi Everyone,

Sample Spree didn't have everything I wanted but I got the lovely Cotton + Steel prints and Heather Ross' Tiger Lily.  Kaufman didn't have Rhoda Ruth :( and Art Gallery didn't have any of the new lines... I love them anyway though :) Can't wait to get on the floor today to see what awaits.

Here is a picture of half my haul... I bought two sets of all of Cotton + Steel so that I can sell one set to you guys... if I could have carried more I would have gotten more. Here is a pic of half the haul:


** Disclaimer: what you see next will be a poor representation of these fabrics. Honestly I uploaded all of the digital pictures of Cotton + Steel fabrics to the website last night before I went to sample spree and I was feeling underwhelmed with the prints. Then I got these in my hot little hands last night and I have to say they are amazing. The digital pictures do not do them justice... Honeymoon and Zephyr are luminous. Lucky Strikes is so charming (again as with Cookie Book I am in love with Kim's prints) and Paper Bandana is so sophisticated and beautiful. Picnic is filled with retro goodness and I can't wait to make some home dec and clothing with it. When I get home I am going to take the bundles apart so that you can see how beautiful they are.

In the mean time I have uploaded all of the pictures to the pre-order pages so you can get what you need :)

In Alphabetical Order:

Honeymoon


Lucky Strikes


Paper Bandana





So  what about the Giveaway?  Just comment here about what you would do first at Market. I will draw a winner next Friday 5/22

You can win this canvas and Lawn from Cotton + Steel


Keep an eye on the IG and Facebook for more pictures from Market today.

196 comments:

  1. First? Probably hyperventilate from all the quilt goodness.

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  2. When I visited the cotton & steel ladies at their Quilt Con booth they were so friendly and welcoming and their booth was so fun - I think I'd head straight there ;)

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  3. Honeymoon and Zephyr are a dream. I'd love to quilt with those! If I were to attend a quilt market, I'd make a beeline for the exhibits.

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  4. I would go see AMH Loominous quilt, Alison glass, cotton and Steel, Carolyn freelander, AGF - one thing would be impossible

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  5. Is love to meet Tula Pink. Camille@focus20.com

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  6. first? I have no idea! probably go find Allison Harris of Cluck cluck sew and say hi! and then find Anna (Noodlehead) and have a visit and I would love to go to the moda schoolhouse and see the book signings!

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  7. I would pass out from the sheer exhilaration of being in the presence of so much fabric!! Then, I would wander aimlessly in awe. I probably wouldn't come to my senses until it was over!!

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  8. I would love to see the Moda booth and all the exhibits! thanks!

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  9. I would attempt to find Melissa Corry to thank you for mentoring me in my quilty lifestyle choice via her blog.

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  10. I'd probably head for the Cotton + Steel booth. I love their work!

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  11. Pinch myself to make sure I wasn't dreaming and then ask "Which way to the Carolyn Friedlander display?" Then pray she's minding the booth when I get there so I can meet her.

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  12. I would be bankrupt when leaving!!! Lol
    it would be so over whelming for me, but I would adjust!!!!!!

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  13. I would wander around looking at all the fantastic displays, look for Allison Harris and check out the SchoolHouse events. Lovely Fabric!!!

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  14. I am love with Alison Glass fabrics so I will go there....

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  15. I have never been to a quilt market before. If I were to attend a quilt market, I would just look at everything over more than once. I'm sure there are so many beautiful different things that catch your eye you have to make more than on round. blc1227@gmail.com

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  16. I would probably have a few moments of total overwhelmed, overstimulated indecision! Then I would check out the layout and go to my favorite designers' booths first.

    donnalee1953 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  17. Haha I think the first thing I'd do is swoon! Then I'd go and see everything and talk to everyone's!

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  18. First? I'd find a place to park my husband for a looong wait.

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  19. I would make a beeline for Cotton + Steel! Then off to Free Spirit to see Anna Maria Horner. Then I would probably be so busy geeking out over all the amazing people there, I would be done! ��

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  20. I would have my running shoes on so I could get a head start on seeing all the great fabrics, books and patterns!

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  21. First I'd make sure I had on a really really comfortable pair of shoes & then I'd go to the Hoffman Batiks booth. Thanks.

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  22. First? I'd find the bathroom! Thanks for a fantastic giveaway!

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  23. The first thing I would do is pinch myself. I'm a stay-at-home mom. Chances of me going would be really slim. The second thing I would do is find my BFF quilty friend from across the states, Julianne. If I'm going... she would be going. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  24. I would probably be overwhelmed by all the eye candy and wouldn't know what to do first.

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  25. probably post a selfie so I could prove I was there!

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  26. Honestly, I have no idea. There is so much goodness to be had there. I would probably want to go check out Bonnie & Camille. I love there stuff. However, Cotton and Steel might win. I love there stuff too. Ahhhh. Even dreaming about it is overwhelming.

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  27. Cotton & steel are knocking it out of the park again! I think I would check out the schoolhouse talks. I love to learn from all
    The new books coming out. Thank!

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  28. I think quilt market would be fun but I think I would have to just go up and down the isles and then go back to the ones that I found inspiring. Thanks for sharing your goodies.

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  29. I'd probably be overwhelmed, not knowing which direction to walk it, but it would be sooo worth it!

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  30. I think I would be absolutely overwhelmed; but by walking my shoes off I could get an overview of all the tempting booths and not to mention the fabrics!
    Great giveaway!!

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  31. From the looks of it head straight to the cotton and steel booth!!!

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  32. Hit the thread vendors! Auntie has a new longarm .

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  33. I would head directly to the Cotton & Steel booth without passing Go and without collecting my $200!

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  34. I would walk through the doors and stand in awe of all the fabric goodness.

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  35. I think I would be so overwhelmed I wouldn't know where to start! And then I would probably start searching for the C+S booth and also trying to find and meet Tula Pink!

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  36. first? I think I'd come in and then be completely overwhelmed into a frozen statue! Though I'd like to think I'd go from stall to stall 'drooling' over all the samples :p

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  37. What would I do first? hmmmmm. Shamelessly stalk all my fave designers and force them to endure selfies with me? #fabricnerd #colourmakesmehappy
    Thanks for sharing!

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  38. Oh my...I have no idea I would be so excited...but I think I would head to the Moda displays first.

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  39. Great sample spree purchases! I think I'd first find the Robert Kaufman booth and look at Carolyn Friedlanders work

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  40. I would definitely put on sensible shoes because there's no way I'd leave til they kicked me out! P.S: that Sloth fabric! I'm in love. Thanks for the chance to win x

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  41. oh my gosh - I would probably stand in there awe of all the goodies - just like I did at my first quilt show - wow - totally blew me away - but here are some I would like to see Henry Glass, Kona Bay, Moda

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  42. It looks like the first thing I should do is get in line for Sample Spree!!

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  43. The first thing I would do at Market? I would take a DEEP breath... then another...trying not to hyperventilate from the excitement of being there. Then, I would hit the booths!

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  44. I'd go find Elizabeth Hartman and grab some of those buttons! Oh, and one of the Sodalicious buttons too. Those were too cute! I don't do to well with crowds though.....

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  45. I'd go grab one of Vanessa's adorable butterfly buttons :)

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  46. Hmmm...I'd follow someone who has been there before and hold on tight!

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  47. I'd go to the Cotton and Steel booth. Love the fabrics!

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  48. I'd head straight for Anna Maria Horner's booth and then to Alison Glass's and then Cotton + Steel and then.....

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  49. i don't know much about what one does at market, so i guess i'd just wander and look at all the great booths.

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  50. Check out all the vendors. Lovely. Thanks for sharing

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  51. LOL! probably take a 'selfie' of me at Market! THANKS FOR SHARING!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  52. First, I would probably have to stop and imagine that there's an oxygen mask attached to my face to help me breathe.

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  53. Visit the booth of my favorite designers.

    Have fun and enjoy.Please,take many pics.

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  54. Have never been to quilt market, so not sure what I would do first. Have a feeling there would be so many things that I would want to do, i would not know where to start.

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  55. I would most likely stand in the room and just gawk at all the booths and fabric! 😉

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  56. I would most likely stand in the room and just gawk at all the booths and fabric! 😉

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  57. I would most likely stand in the room and just gawk at all the booths and fabric! 😉

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  58. Oh, my!... I've never been there, but I imagine I'd want to run around like crazy, trying to see and *touch*(!!) as many of the new fabrics that I could!!!
    (Hmmm... Note to self... If/when I get to go to market, wear sensible running shoes!)
    Thank you for sharing, both your experiences and your goodies!!!

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  59. I would be like a child in a toy store....running around saying I want this and I want that....and I want this and I want that.....

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  60. I wouldn't know where to start! I love the Cotton + Steel so I'd probably go there.

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  61. I'm sure I'd be jumping up and down with excitement, then run straight for the Tula Pink, Cotton and Steel and Moda sales!

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  62. I would find Jill Findley and give her a huge hug!

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  63. What would I do first at market?
    That's easy....faint!
    Then giggle uncontrollably with delight and drink every lovely sight in! And daydream from inspiration with plans on burning the midnight oil creating wonderful projects from fantastic fabrics!!!

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  64. First thing I'd do at market... SMILE LIKE A KID IN A CANDY STORE,

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  65. I have never been, so first of all I would probably be overwhelmed, but I think I would want to walk around and see all the displays. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net.

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  66. I wouldn't know where to start! I'd probably be running to and from booths like a chicken with its head cut off!

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  67. I think the very 1st thing I would have to do is take a breath. And decided on what direction to go 1st! I can get flustered lol!

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  68. I would run to Anna Maria Horners booth!!! Then I'd be off to Heather Ross, Cotton and Steel, AGF and Tula Pink!!! Oh, I wish I was at market!!! Thank you!!!!!!

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  69. The first thing I would have to do is pick my chin up from the floor so I don't trip on it.

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  70. Oh, I'm not sure what I would choose first. I would love to go though and would want to make sure I saw everything!

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  71. I'd love to go to a school house and hear the designers talk about their inspirations

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  72. first would of course be sample spree but then I would love walking around to see all of the gorgeous fabric in person and meet the amazing designers

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  73. With so much to see, I'd pick a row and make my way through the convention center, stopping often!

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  74. Is rolling around in fabric an option? If not, Schoolhouse with Tula Pink

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  75. I think I'd have to remind myself to breathe!Then I'd dash around like a mad thing trying to see it all in the shortest time......then I'd go back slowly and bask in the sheer delight of being there.

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  76. I would head for the Free Spirit booth as those are the fabrics I have been drawn to lately. I would definitely not miss sample spree.

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  77. Cotton and Steel and Carolyn Friedlander, I think! Thank you!

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  78. I would head for the Free Spirit booth as those are the fabrics I have been drawn to lately. I would definitely not miss sample spree.

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  79. Find my favourite designers !!

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  80. I'd head straight for the booths if my favorite designers. Awesome haul you picked up!!

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  81. First? I'd see if I could track down Carrie Nelson and say hello!

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  82. Honestly I don't know what I'd do first if I was lucky enough to get there! Think I'd need some sort of strategic plans-kinda like when you visit Walt Disney World!

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  83. First off, I would be wanting to see anything by Bonnie and Camille, and also Tula Pink. Thanks for great giveaway. x

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  84. I'd have to pinch myself to believe that I was really there. It would be awesome! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  85. I don't know what I'd do first but I know that it would be so neat to see all the quilts and new fabric lines!
    renae1225@gmail.com

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  86. I don't know what I'd do or where I'd go, seems like it would be overwhelming but so much fun to see everything! Have fun!

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  87. I'm kind of lame, so I'd carefully go up and down making sure I didn't miss ANYTHING!

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  88. I think I'd go check out Rhoda Ruth, love those animal designs!

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  89. I would hope AMH and Tula were across the aisle or next store to each other so I didn't gave to choose! Thanks girl thinking if us all.

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  90. It would be a dream treat to visit all the designer booths.

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  91. totally pinch myself to make sure I wasn't dreaming!

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  92. I'd be torn. Tula? Cotton and steel? AMH? Joel dewberry? So much fabric, so little time (and money).

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  93. I'd hit the ladie's room first, and then go look at Alison Glass's booth.

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  94. All I know is I would have a BIG backpack that I would try to fill. I think I would mosey down every aisle, one side at a time so I wouldn't miss a booth or collection.

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  95. I would probably faint from sensory overload!!

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  96. I think I'd look at the pattern designer booths. Fabric is all available on-line but patterns aren't. There's bound to be some designers with new ideas that I haven't seen anywhere.

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  97. the first thing Id do is go to the Sample Sale...those look awesome!!! Thanks for the chance!

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  98. I wouldn't know where to start. I would want to see everything. Thank you for the fabulous giveaway.

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  99. After I wake up from the sensory overload, I would map out my route so that I don't miss any of my favorite designers, especially Cotton + Steel, Alison Glass, Lizzy House. Then I would find all the bloggers I follow to meet them face to face! Thanks for the giveaway - love the Zepher! jacklynnsteven at netzero dot com

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  100. First: pinch myself. Second: check out AMH, C+S, and Sew Caroline - I learned to sew by checking out her blog. Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  101. I have NO idea what I'd do first... it's all so overwhelming to me! I guess I'd start with a floor map and decide which booths I just had to visit. Thanks so much for the giveaway! ENjoy the Market!

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  102. I'd probably wander in a daze for a while and then I'd wake up and head for the vendors!

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  103. I would look at all the beautiful quilts. I would just wander around staring I am sure. In a daze completely. Lovely give away. Thanks for hosting. Mrscummings2u at Gmail dot com

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  104. I'd be so overwhelmed, I'd just start to the right of the door!

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  105. I'd locate Cotton + Steel, Tula Pink and Alison Glass and have a fan girl fit 😂

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  106. I'd grab anything that was available for grabbing at sample spree (I can't quite picture that madhouse) and go from there, making sure I had my wheeled cart (XXXL) all greased up and ready to roll.

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  107. I would be so overwhelmed that I don't know what I would do first. I do know that I would try to look at and touch every possible fabric.

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  108. Start a list of all the fabrics and patterns I want!

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  109. I think I would just gawk at the designers in their booths!
    tstanulis@verizon.net

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  110. I would take a selfie at the Moda Booth.

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  111. Start going into debt by buying everything I see immediately.

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  112. I would get in line for Sample Spree hours before it started. ;)

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  113. The sample spree sounds like so much fun and excitement. I'd be all over that

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  114. First? I'd pinch myself to make sure I wasn't dreaming, hehe. Then I'd start at one end and work my way through. It's in my quilt bucket list!

    Awesome giveaway!

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  115. First, I would make sure I had comfy shoes, a full belly and a lot of room in my suitcase, then I would hit sample spree really hard! I's take in as many schoolhouses as I could so I could learn as much in as possible.

    Thanks for sharing your fun with us!
    Sandy A

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  116. Cotton & Steele -- Yea! Get some right away. And some Alison Glass and Lotta Jansdotter just because these are favorites, too!

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  117. Oh my goodness, I'd be so excited to just walk in! I'd be sure to have a large, sturdy tote for storing the goodies I'd buy and then head for the first booth that caught my eye.

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  118. I would run like a crazy lady into the Sample Spree and buy everything :)

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  119. Thank you for the giveaway! I would go take pictures of everything first and then be able to browse in quiet.

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  120. I'd just walk around and see all the beautiful fabric and beautiful people.

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  121. Well, I hate to sound stupid, but I have no idea what I would do first at Quilt Market. Mainly because I've never been and have no idea what there is to do. So sorry not to be able to answer the question. Great giveaway, though, Julie.

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  122. I would keep a paper bag handy to breath into regularly to keep myself from passing out from the stimulation overload. Then I would wonder around taking in the sights.

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  123. First thing I'd do is grab my camera! (Same thing I've been doing when I arrive anywhere since I was ten years old...)

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  124. Stand in awe at my first glimpse then start roaming and taking pictures of all the loveliness. Wouldn't it be exciting?!

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  125. Probably hyperventilate just trying to figure out where to go first. I can only imagine how amazing Quilt Market must be.

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  126. I'd probably have a cup of coffee first to watch the aboundance of Market, then get into the middle to enjoy as much as I can. Thanks for the chance!

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  127. I would have someone slap me to wake me up from a dream come true, I would be so overcome with excitement!

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  128. I would probably order a coffee so I could wander around and look at all of the wonderful booths!

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  129. I would probably just stand there and drool over all of the awesome eye candy! Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  130. I have never been but after I got over breathing it all in, I would head for Alison Glass!

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  131. I would be the one stopping at the entrance just trying to take in the big picture before my ADD kicked in. Haha

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  132. Probably just run around screaming in circles and fangirling!

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  133. I usually start out in new places by getting the lay of the land.

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  134. I would pinch myself and make sure I was awake and not in fabric heaven!

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  135. i would squeal first then i would just take all the fabrics and hug them and smell them :) and then buy a bunch of all of them. i would probably hug everyone i see there.

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  136. Lucky Strikes is awesome! I would probably freak out at the sight of so many famous designers, and want pictures of all of them :) Thanks for the chance to win! mto2golsen (at) gmail (dot) com

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  137. Thanks for posting all the pictures - it's so fun to see. I would probably be the one with my map, trying to find the most efficient way through :-)

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  138. Wow! I'd head to the nearest booth and fondle some fabric!

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  139. I would first go to meet Tula Pink!!! I think quilt market would be the ultimate for inspiration!!!
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  140. i would head to cotton + steel.

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  141. First thing I would do is get my game face on and stop drooling on everything!!!

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  142. I would be really happy I brought a really, really big bag since I would probably shop until it was full...and then shop some more!

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  143. I don't know... this seems like a quilters black friday.. I'd have to take a minute to take it all in then, pinch my self then get ready to shop and meet all of these lovely ladies behind the blogs I read.

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  144. First? I came to buy and that is what I would do.

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  145. I would say a little prayer thanking God for the joy quilting and the experiences have afforded me. THEN I would race around like a mad woman checking EVERYTHING out.

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  146. I would go to the book signings I think to meet all those wonderful authors in person!

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  147. First I would have to get over the shock of seeing so many beautiful things in one place then I would act like a maniac and try to get to each booth.

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  148. I'd head to see Tula. Thanks for the pics of C&S fabrics.

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  149. I wouldn't know where to start. I love all the new fabrics to look at, but I also love all the quilts in the booths.

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  150. Love anything C & S. Don't have all of the prints available, of course, but I sure would love to win these! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  151. The C+S would be one of my first stops, then Cluck Cluck Sew. I would be in heaven with all the beautiful fabrics. I would stay all day, leave the hubbs home ;-) Love the fabric, I would make a quilted tote this time. Thanks for sharing, my fingers and toes are crossed. I need this fabric!
    ~Crystal

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  152. I'd just walk along, overwhelmed, touching all the pretty fabric.

    And go meet Sara from Sew Sweetness. Or Tula Pink. :-)

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  153. Market sounds amazing and I would be all over sample spree!

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  154. To be able to travel there from UK would be exciting in itself. To feast my eyes on everyone's talents would be great and then to have access to all that fabulous fabric, first hand....would be marvelous. Wonder if I would come across any historical work too.
    Best wishes and thanks.
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  155. Julie , thanks for sharing your first days "haul"
    First thing at Quilt Market would be absorbing all that quilter/sewist/blogger/shop owner ENERGY! Breathe it in and then pull out my biggest tote/or wagon and fabric shop!

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  156. I would stand in the middle of the bog room of fabric goodness and twirl around like a little kid!

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  157. I think I would drink it all in and then find a map and plan my day!

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  158. I'm not sure I would even be able to move when I got to quilt market I'd be so overwhelmed. If I could move I'd totally go find Tula Pink :) thanks for sharing!

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  159. Well, the best was meeting friends and doing catchup chatting. Including mentors and incredible ladies I admire so much. Thanks.

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  160. Well I'm guessinhi would gawk at the magnitude of quilty-ness. Pit on my gym shies and start at the beginning!

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  161. My first thought is comfortable shoes, a fully charged camera and a clear credit card. That's three things but I can't even imagine.

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  162. Wow I have loved seeing all the new fabric collections!!!! These cotton + steel lines have something for everyone!

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  163. I'd probably do a quick walk through to get the lay of the land and see what caught my eye. Then make a plan for more in depth viewing.

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  164. Get my quilting books signed from Angela Walters and try to meet Lizzy House. Drink a huge cup of coffee and start getting some more fabric!

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  165. I think I would first just have to walk around and calm myself down, get the feel of the land, then I would seek out people who I know through social media! A chance to meet in person!

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  166. I would check out all the new fabric lines first! Esp cotton + steel :)

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  167. I have never been there so it would be hard to say what I would do first. I guess just try and take it all in, devise a plan, and then conquer!

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  168. I would just walk around in a daze with that much fabric. What a joy to be able to go!

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  169. Since I have never been to Market, I am not sure what to expect. Guess I would be overwhelmed in a good way.
    Would love to win on my anniversary of 39 years, May 22nd.
    Kathy Davis
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  170. Oh my goodness, if I went to quilt market? I wouldn't know where to even start! I'd be so excited I'd probably look like a kid in a candy store!

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  171. I think I would have to take a couple of deep breaths and take it all in before just letting my eyes decide where to go first. How amazing would it be to go to Market!!!!

    determineddebby at gmail dot com

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  172. The moda booth would prolly be my first stop. Then everything very slowly taking everything in. It would be a dream come true.

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  174. I would have found Heather Ross' booth to see Tiger Lily!!!!

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  175. Say thank you to AMH for her contribution to my quilts .

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  176. I would probably gasp and then try to take in as much as I could visually. Next I would run and touch all the gorgeous fabric! Thanks for the giveaway chance. akronne17@gmail.com

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  177. First...I would take a DEEEEP breath! I'd love to see the quilts and lovely fabrics.

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  178. I don't think I would know where to begin! Sometimes I get a bit overwhelmed when there is too much choice!!
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  179. I would probably find out where my heroes are (Rashida, Latifa, Carolyn Friedlander) and go to their booths first and then maybe to Colette to meet Sarai and Kenn.

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  180. Haha, I'd probably just stand there n awe, soaking it all in for several minutes then head to the exhibits!

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  181. Probably just gawk. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  182. I have never been to Market....but I think the first thing that would happen would be my chin hitting the ground and the sounds coming out of my mouth would be "aaahhhhhhhhhh.ohhhhhhhhhh...yeeeesssssssssss" and then I would plot my route!

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  183. First thing I'd do - ask someone to pinch me please! Though I'm only just learning the names of various designers, and not enough to name-drop here, I'd likely take my time at each market vendor and enjoy the latest designs/fabrics/color combinations (all the while imagining in my head the various projects I could make from them!).

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  184. I don't know what I would do first but I would love meeting all the designers. Tula Pink would be high on my list.

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  185. I'd hit Art Gallery fabric first!

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  186. I would visit Alison Glass booth

    Shawn

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  187. Thanks for the great giveaway!! The first thing would be to make sure I was wearing comfy shoes and had a wallet full of $$!

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