Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Quilt Market Teaser #3 + Giveaway


A Sneak Peak at Birch Fabrics Circa 52


This past weekend we organized a photo-shoot of some wonderful products we crafted with the Circa 52 fabric collection that we will debut at Quilt Market in a few weeks.  We are fortunate to live in California, enjoying wonderful weather most of the year and this weekend didn't disappoint; we had such beautiful sunny days for the shoot.

Circa 52 is a follow up collection to the highly successful Circa 50, both designed exclusively for Birch Fabrics by Monaluna.  Circa 52 is an eclectic collection of whimsical retro designs with an inviting contemporary color palette.


Here are a few behind-the-scenes photographs from the shoot as we set everything up and the children played.






















THE GIVEAWAY  - Circa 52 Fabric





To Enter the Giveaway -
Please leave a comment on this post before midnight on Sunday 10/16 letting us know what you would make with the Circa 52 fabrics and that you would like to be entered in the giveaway.  Anonymous commenters please be sure and leave your email address.

Optional -
If you would like extra entries you can post about the giveaway on any of your social networking sites....such as twitter, facebook, and or your blog (i.e. blogger, Wordpress).  You will need to leave an additional comment for each site you posted about the giveaway on, and the winner will be chosen by random number.  


We can't wait to share with you the final images from the shoot next Tuesday, 10/18, along with a very special giveaway!   We also look forward to seeing everyone at Quilt Market (booth # 1548-1550) and showcasing our lovely GOTS certified 100% organic cotton in person.

If you would like to find out more about Birch Fabrics  you can do so by visiting our website.

Enjoy
Cynthia

615 comments:

  1. These prints would make a cute baby quilt! THANKS for the chance!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  2. Oh my GOSH these are so awesome....and the photo shoot? ADORABLE! THese are definitely baby quilt material!

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  3. These prints are sooo beautiful and would make wonderful outfits for my grandgirls and my teaching buddy's new baby girl due in December.

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  4. I think I would make a couple of hooter hiders for some friends that are expecting in the spring.

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  5. I'd love to make a new pillow cover for my retro couch! :)

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  6. Tweeted about the giveaway! @joyofallcrafts

    Thanks again!

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  7. I would make a makeup pouch!
    geminicalli at yahoo dot com

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  8. I would make some goodies for my bestie's baby and probably some pillows for my house.

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  9. I tweeted about the giveaway too: @sassmouthsarah.

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  10. I would make some jammies for my boys!

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  11. These prints are gorgeous, and I would love to use them to redecorate my son's bedroom (soft toys, pillows, quilt, etc). Please enter me in the contest!!

    s_b_weeks(at) yahoo(dot)fr

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  12. already on the waitlist for one of these prints--it will become the main print for a faux-chenille heirloom baby blanket! i already have my flannel and chenille cutter ready and waiting...

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  13. I have no idea what I'd make. I'd probably wash and iron and stash them and take them out and look at them for awhile before I decide :)

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  14. I think this would bring some baby dust to my house! Please send them my way!

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  15. I would make a backpack tote for my daughter and a big floor pillow for our family room.

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  16. I'd make a quilt for my nephew who's almost 4 now !!

    Thanks for the chance !
    marika_ouellet(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  17. I would love to win this give away and make a baby quilt for my brand new granddaughter Alice!
    marykolb at charter dot net

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  18. I have been looking forward to the release of these fabrics. I plan to make some cute bags.

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  19. A picnic blanket would be awesome to make with these! Or a roll up sleep bag for my daughter at daycare. Love these patterns :)

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  20. Gorgeous! They'd make a good quilt for a child and some matching throw pillows.

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  21. I definitely make a quilt with your beautiful fabric. I love that it could be for a boy or a girl.

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  22. I just had a baby girl last Monday and I am itching to start sewing little dresses and I have a fun quilt in mind. Lisa Anne
    mahayanafarm(at)yahoo(dot)com
    thank you!

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  23. Absolutely lovely! Right now I'm doing some charity quilting. I think these fabrics would be great for a little one!

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  24. I love the idea of pj's and gowns. so cute

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  25. This are great and I would love to make something adorable for my little BOY! Maybe a new backpack.

    Erika
    rika[underscore]24[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  26. I would love to win these amazing fabrics. I love organic cotton fabrics! A lot of ideas to make with them for my 4 children :-)

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  27. I'm loving that little dress in the first picture!! Hmmm, I think I would make a pinnafore for my daughter and perhaps a pair of pants for my son...or, they would also be fun in a large sized stuffed block stool type thing...Thanks for the opportunity!

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  28. love it! would make baby things for sure, definitely bibs, wipes cases, blanket accents and probably a lovely little dress for my daughter :)

    http://www.lilybeanstore.com

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  29. I LOVE birch!! I definitely want to be entered!! I would make a comforter for my big boy's soon-to-be first bed, pillows, owls (softies) and a skirt for my daughter! The possibilities are endless! Awesome stuff guys!

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  30. I've been wanting to make a bean bag chair for my kids, and I think this would be perfect! Please enter me in the giveaway. Thanks!

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  31. So fun! I could really see this as a cool diaper bag plus quilt.
    kristal_shepherd(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  32. Would love to make a quilt and other cute things for my new and 1st great grandbaby due in January! jeannepingram@gmail.com

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  33. I would love to be entered to win these wonderful organic fabrics! And I would make a quilt and accessories for my grand daughter, she loves when Nana makes her things and I'd love her to have something to cuddle under every night to remind her how much I love her!

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  34. This fabric would make an awesome quilt for my son! Thanks for a great giveaway! :)

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  35. I will be having a grandson in Novemebr and I could think of a million or so things to do with this material. It would keep me up all night thinking of the creative things I could make. Soooo excited about this fabric.

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  36. I'm loving the peeks at the dresses! I think some kids clothing is in order!

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  37. I would make a quilt with it. Or maybe a skirt for a little girl. And with the scraps, I would make a big friendly monster...
    Thanks for the giveaway! I hope I'm lucky.

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  38. My little niece was just born and so far I haven't made her any dresses. So I need to start! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  39. Just beautiful, perfect for a quilt.

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  40. I would give it to my sweet friend who's turning 30 this week...enter me to win!!

    lawson.est.1999@gmail.com

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  41. Just mentioned it on my blog post "Threads" ...enter me again please

    http://thecarmenlawsonfamily.blogspot.com/

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  42. I would make bedding/decor for my 6 month old son's room! So clean and fresh! Love it!!

    rldonough@hotmail.com

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  43. Just put a shout out at Facebook to my friends...enter me again please

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  44. https://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/profile.php?id=604153368

    I posted about this giveaway on Facebook!

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  45. I tweeted about this giveaway! @RobynDonough

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  46. Those fabrics are gorgeous! I'd love to make a lonestar quilt using them

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  47. Very cute! I would make a nursing cover and matching car seat blanket! If I had leftovers I would probably make a skirt and applique t-shirt to match!

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  48. Absolutely adorable! I would love to make some cute little girl dresses out of these. I learned to crochet over the summer and have a dress pattern that is a crocheted top with a sewn skirt bottom. These would look perfect in that pattern!

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  49. I'd love to enter this giveaway. Just discovered this fabrics and they are DELICIOUS!!!
    If I'd be the lucky winner I'd treasure these fabrics so much... I think they would be perfect for a quilt!
    Love this!!!

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  50. I'm not sure -- maybe a picnic blanket? So cute!

    lovelydomesticdiva (at) gmail (dot) com

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  51. What adorable designs. I would be torn between making dresses, shorts or pyjamas for my grandchildren, or making cushions for their bedrooms. Or maybe a quilt. So many choices!

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  52. What great fabrics! I think they would make a great picnic quilt!

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  53. I have so many pregnant friends right now that I need to make baby quilts for . . .this would be perfect!

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  54. Defnitely a retro quilt for a child!! LOVE these fabrics!! Thanks so much- the photos are amazing!!

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  55. i can't wait for this line to come out! i would make a quilt for my baby nephew. his parents have a blue VW original campervan and it would make a great present to bring on their weekends away in it!

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  56. I would use your beautiful fabric for a quilt and a pillow! Thanks so much for entering me in your giveaway!

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  57. oh a quilt for sure! so whimsical and inviting megan at frasers dot org

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  58. I absolutely adore these prints! I would love to male my best friend, Angie, a day dress for Sunday brunch. Of course, I would need a matching bowtie!

    Her 6-year-old is also in need of new footie pajamas! :)

    Tylerjsherrier@gmail.com

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  59. I am lucky to have tons of new babies to make things for right now. More adorable baby outfits!

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  60. Decorate my future little boy's new room. Great designs!

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  61. I would love to make a lap quilt with this fabric - thanks for the chance.

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  62. I absolutely LOVE this line and would totally sew a tent out of it... even though my kids would have that lovely teepee picnic scene covered in grass stains, mud and bug juice in less than 10 minutes... ;)

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  63. Clothes. I would make cute kid clothes for my kids. Please enter me. Thanks!

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  64. I would love to make a dress with cap sleeves, as well an extremely cute set of cases for my Kindle, iPad and knitting needles. <3 (annie at annie lin dot net)

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  65. I would make some clothes for my little one, possibly some gifts!!

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  66. would love to make a baby quilt from these beautiful fabrics.... noah (nmsingman@gmail.com)

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  67. I would make something (probably a quilt) for my boys, these are perfect!

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  68. Oh man the things I would do with these, dresses for the girl, toys (blocks, pillows, balls) for the youngest boy, quilts.... The list goes on and on.

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  69. I'm expecting my first soon and would make a baby quilt!

    Hildreth.Katie (at) gmail.com

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  70. I am getting married next year and it will be a three day camping event. This fabric would make perfect goodie bags for favors! mairzydozy@gmail.com

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  71. Please enter me in the giveaway! I would make some cute purses or pouches from these fabrics.

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  72. I'd start with a giant blanket for my bed for the coming winter...or maybe even frame the fabric for some simple wall art.

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  73. My daughter would love a dress made out of it. Super cute! jen(at)red(dash)curls(dot)com

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  74. Lovely! I would make a quilt for my son.

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  75. These prints would make an awesome quilt for a baby a friend just had!
    I'd also love them to make a dress. I love these prints!

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  76. Delicious! I would make a jumper for my girl, some flags for her room, a smart outfit fir my boy and maybe a new collar for my dog and a lovely satchel.

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  77. Such sweet colors/hues - with 5 grandkids, one more on the way, I am certain to find tons of great ideas just waiting to made!

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  78. oh, and a tweet to my few followers, too!

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  79. I would make some pretty outfits for my niece!

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  80. I would make a quilt for my friend's newborn and some much needed pillows for my blue couch!

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  81. I think I would make some big square floor cushions for my new apartment that I'll be moving into in the summer!

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  82. i'd love to make some decorations/ accents for a friend's baby!!!

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  83. I would love to make a baby quilt!

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  84. This is SO lovely. I would make a dress for my littlest -- she gets all the hand-me-downs -- and as an animal lover those little foxes and squirrels would be perfect for her. (Also, my boy would LOVE the rockets, maybe a bag for him?)

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  85. I am very excited about this giveaway and would love to be entered! My first niece or nephew is due in a few months, and I've started making all kinds of goodies for him/her. Next on the list is a quilted growth chart and I think this fabric would be perfect!

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  86. These are fabulous fabrics and I would love to make liners for my hand-stitched boxes out of them!

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  87. So cute! I think I would make a quilt, or some pillows, or tote bags, or an apron...I can think of a lot of ideas!

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  88. I would make retro aprons, pot holders and hot pads. Thank you for a chance to win.
    cori
    demoncori@aol.com

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  89. oooooh so many ideas! First I would play with it and feel it and dream over it, then I would cut it up and sew it back together to make something warm and cozy to put on a bed or around someone's shoulders.

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  90. I would love to win these fabrics! This might be just the thing to prompt me to make my first real quilt!

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  91. I know a sweet girl who is just about to turn two who would look adorable in a new birthday dress!

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  92. I love these! I would make a little backpack for my daughter and some pillow cases, maybe even a teapot quilted cover to send to my sister in CA. they are wonderful prints.

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  93. I've only just learned to sew, so I'd make something easy, like little bags for my friends, or something sweet for my friends' new baby (due in 2012). These are really cute patterns, and I love the colors!

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  94. I would use some of the fabric to make eye pillows filled with lavender, some of it to make headbands and the rest to make throw pillows. All for holiday gifts for my friends and family. It's such wonderfully whimsical fabric- I'd want everyone to have a piece.

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  95. while my first inclination would be to hoard forever, keeping the little foxes safe and sound, i expect it would eventually become a quilted curtain for my daughter's bunkbed, to make it into a darling hideaway...

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  96. I would make a grown-up skirt for myself. Fun fabrics should not just be for kids!

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  97. I would make either a dress or a messenger bag. I LOVE the fabric. Will definitely tweet about this on both of my accounts.
    quynh.gallagher@gmail.com

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  98. My newborn son's 1st baby quilt!!!

    khohnstreiter(at)gmail(dot)com

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  99. And just tweeted on my other account

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  100. It would really be great to win such a beautiful batch of fabric. I run a monthly craft group and it would be perfect for doing another project. Our last sewing project was dinner napkins. With this fabric we could do place mats. With the scraps we could make coffee cozies.

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  101. I'm a terrible quilter, but those would be perfect to make spring/summer outfits for my toddler! Maybe even a matching set for her favorite doll.

    luckyolive @ gmail . com

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  102. Baby bibs! Kid's aprons! Drawstring Bags!

    I can think of a million things to make with these gorgeous prints!

    Thanks for offering such an awesome giveaway!

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  103. What a beautiful photo shoot and collection! I would use these lovely fabrics to add some much needed colour and cheer to my boring grey bedroom! The patterns are so cheery, it would definitely make getting up in the morning a bit easier!
    Erika@antoinettedesign.com

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  104. I'd make tons and tons of gorgeous crinkly toys and burp cloths for my baby to be!

    indianadelacruz@gmail.com

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  105. I'd make a busy-book for my nephew. At nine months, anything that keeps him occupied is handy. :-)

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  106. Boxy Pouches, stuffed toys, baby booties, quilts... The fabrics looks great, can't wait to get a better look!

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  107. I want to start my first quilt but am very nervous! Amy @ gasudimack@sbcglobal.net

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  108. I would make a quilt for my best friend's newborn baby with those beautiful fabrics!
    nadia.c.tan[at]gmail.com

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  109. I would love to make some reusable sandwich wraps and bags with that beautiful fabric!!

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  110. Beautiful fabrics! I can see myself making kitchen curtains, phone covers, and fabric key fobs from these prints!

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  111. I would make zipper pouches and cloth napkins. Lovely!

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  112. I would love to quilt with these! I see aprons and possibly curtains, also. Gorgeous stuff!

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  113. I would make summer tops for my nieces. It would be my first experience with organic cotton-so great for kids!

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  114. I'm thinking some awesome pants for my almost six month old sweet baby boy and a lovely new bag for Mama :D

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  115. I'm going to be starting a family really soon, and those fabrics just scream baby blanket to me! They're so cheery and lighthearted. (:
    commanderamber (at) gmail dot com

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  116. Shared on Pinterest @ Erica O'Hara

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  117. Oh there would be so many things to make! A quilt, floor pillows for the kids...

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  118. I've been thinking about redecorating my daughter's room with a woodland theme...definitely lots of potential with these fabrics!

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  119. I would love to make a "kid" quilt for my nephew - he loves anything mechanical! Tahnk you for the giveaway!

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  120. I would probably make a baby quilt or some cute bag with it.

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  121. <3 <3 <3 These fabrics are amazing and so versatile! I can see a number of projects in them! <3 <3 <3

    jeezers@msn.com

    Great blog!

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  122. Oooo... those are cute! I think I would make a bag :)

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  123. This fabric is gorgeous. i think it would look perfect as cute plush toys and an amazing messenger bag to keep them in. and with the extra pieces would be fun for coin purses and flower brooches .

    Thanks for the chance!
    love, hannah DIY!!

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  124. I love these fabrics! I would make a wall hanging so that I could see these great fabrics all the time!

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  125. omg, I would roll over and die for the bunting print! I'd make a cute mini quilt.

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  126. I'd love to make bags out of the material! So cute!!!

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  127. Oh my goodness... so many things I could make. A great quilt comes to mind, but I think the large prints would make fantastic project bags. Going to share this everywhere!

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  128. Circa52 is so adorable!

    I would like to make a messenger bag or backpack for my nephew, since I've been having trouble figuring out what to make for him. The bag or backpack will be to hold all his electronic gadgets. I think this fabric would be perfect for that! If there is leftover fabric, I would make him a set of pillowcases to lounge around on while playing his gadgets! Thanks for your fabulous giveaway!

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  129. I would love to make pillows and a quilt out of this fabric!!

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  130. I tweeted about the market teaser and giveaway! @num1_angel

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  131. Shared on facebook.

    Tina Haneline
    num1_angel (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  132. I would make some small quilts for the local children's shelter.

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  133. These fabrics are gorgeous! I think I would make a bag with them -- I'd love to be able to have the fabrics with me all the time! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  134. I would probably make a quilt or something for my new grandaughter. Debbie Moxley debrajomoxley@gmail.com

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  135. I'd make some dresses for my daughters.

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  136. I just moved and want to sew up some cute curtains for the little kitchen windows. This would be perfect!

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  137. I would make a play tipi for my toddler boy and some cute pjs. For my other one on the way I would make a button-up-shirt or a dress!

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  138. I feel like the little girl in Despicable Me who likes unicorns and says "It's so fluffy, I'm gonna die!!!"

    They would be made into clothes for my daughters...or I might just wallpaper with them

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  139. my son could do with some new PJ's and my step sister is having a baby in the new year so a baby quilt is a must!

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  140. Lovely fabrics! I would make clothes for my goddaughter! She's adorable, too.

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  141. I would make duvet covers, a valance, and art for my nephews' new room. The vintage-y feel is awesome has potential to grow with them and the colors are beautiful. They deserve a comfy room, they've moved 5 times in the past 2 years.

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  142. I would love to make a quilt from these!

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  143. Where do I start? Hmmmm, my precious grandson LOVES vehicles, so I can start there.

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  144. Oh my goodness that is beautiful fabric. Gosh, I think I would make a few dresses for my girls, maybe a pinafore, a bag, and with the scraps a quilt. Justfabulous.
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    ~Michelle

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  145. I would love to make tufted floor pillows for my daughter's room!

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  146. My daughter is getting married next June, and wants lots of fabric bunting. Love the colors! Busyles@aol.com

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  147. I would be torn between making one of my two favorites-- a baby quilt or an apron!

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  148. Oh, enter me! I'd make my dog a bed.

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  149. I'm thinking PJs and matching pillowcases for summer camp and winter sleepovers.
    gmftallpines at gmail dot com

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  150. I would make water bottle holders for my kids for christmas and some jammie tops for spring!

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  151. I have lots of things to make for baby #3 on the way this spring... crib sheets, swaddling wraps, and clothes for when he/she is older... I just love making toddler pants in cute fabrics!

    winterwrens at gmail dot com

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  152. I would make clothes for my kids and nieces & nephews, and likely the scraps would become some great barbie clothes. Thank you!

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  153. Definitely want a chance to win! Paired with a swing dress pattern they'd make a super sweet brunch/afternoon tea outfit.

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  154. I would love to make some sweet dresses for my many nieces!

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  155. The one with the fox and bunting is just calling out to be a tote bag.

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  156. I'd make all kinds of clothes for my 10 month old daughter - dresses, overalls, twirly skirts... Too cute! Thanks for the chance to enter the giveaway!

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  157. Love the fabric! I would make a dress with matching bag for my niece. That would be so cute!

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  158. Those patterns are so cute. I think I would probably start by making a pillow.

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  159. I love these fabrics. I live in a birch forest in interior Alaska. I would love to make an insulating wall quilt or other accessories for my cabin.

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  160. Oooh! LOVE these prints! I'd make a pile of pillows for the nests my children like to make. For starters.

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  161. I would make lots of crafty items like project bags, small make-up bags, zipper bags, etc. I love the retro look of this line!

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  162. These are beautiful. I'd love to make a picnic quilt and some kids clothes. I also think they'd be great for some kids place mats and napkin sets.

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  163. So lovely! I would make a swaddling blanket, dress for a toddler, or top for myself. Please enter me in the giveaway! Thank you!

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  164. these prints are so cute. I would make pajama pants for my grandsons.

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  165. How pretty! I'd love to be entered in the giveaway. I would make a dress for my daughter and possibly some decorations for her room. Thanks.

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  166. I would like to enter! I would make pyjamas for my baby and a reading pillow.
    Bigallfish (at) Gmail (dot) com

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  167. these are so wonderful and fun, and as always i love your subdued palette. i love the teepee/tent idea from the shoot- i'd add some bolster pillows and some softies (deer and bunnies!) for the playtime.

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  168. I love these so much. I'd actually use them in a quilt I'm planning as a baby gift.

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  169. I adore these and would use them to make some clothes for my kids. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  170. some many ideas. the first thing Id want to make is make the coolest tote bags!

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  171. they are beautiful, I would make a mini quilt for my dog.

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  172. I'd definitely make a quilt with the fabric. The prints are so cute!

    Michelle
    mto2golsen at gmail dot com

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  173. Lovely colours! I would make some adorable soft toys, including an elephant

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  174. I would make a knapsack and some new curtains. :)

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  175. I'd give them to my 89-year-old-awesome-quilter mother as a special surprise...
    oldhouse130@roadrunner.com

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  176. I would make some cute blankets for my 2 nephews with this fabric. I love it all. I would love to win it ;)

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  177. BEAUTIFUL fabric collection! I would love to make bags, clothes and toys for children whith these beauties!

    It seems that I cannot comment with my blogadress which is http://sofenshjorne.blogs.no

    Greetings from Norway!

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  178. Ummmm, what WOULDN'T I make with these... starting with something for my son's room when we finally move next month!

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  179. I just realized this is your Circa 52 collection, which I pinned months ago on my Pinterest!

    For my second entry, I posted on my blog: http://elishaetc.blogspot.com/2011/10/birch-fabrics-giveaway.html

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  180. my daughter wants to redo her room, these would be adorable for fabric hoops on the wall and a pillow or two!

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  181. It depends how large the pieces are... for FQs I would use them as accents in handbags (peeking out of pleats maybe?!). Any remnants would go to good use in my patchwork ;)

    If there's metreage I'd be tempted to use them for borders and sashing in a baby quilt I have been commissioned to make theat is primarily solids, but with patterned accents.

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  182. What cute fabrics. I will be making a new quilt for my little niece soon. She will be moving to a 'big girls' bed this weekend and her babyquilt is too small by now. This fabricline is just adorable to make her a 'big girls' quilt.

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  183. I would make a patchwork duvet for my bed in my teeny tiny apartment and maybe some pillow covers for my teeny tiny couch.

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  184. I've been in the mood to make a clutch/purse lately and I think a few of those would make a great clutch/purse! They would make great baby bibs as well!

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  185. I would use them to make new animations with, like I used fabrics for this one: http://vimeo.com/27281567 . The patterns of your collection would suit well for some of the things I plan to make soon. :]

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  186. I would spoil my very pregnant friend and make with a quilt for her baby boy to be. Then I would use the rest for bibs or a nursing cover. Thanks!

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  187. There are so many lovely fabrics suitable for a childs bedroom. I would kit out the nursery for my newborn by making curtains/blind, wall hanging with loads of pockets for the changing area to hold nappies etc, cover for a breastfeeding cushion, changing bag, cover some foam cubes for play blocks, mobile....there are so many otions. Hopefully I will have the time to make them all!

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  188. I would have to make a quilt!

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