Monday, April 21, 2014

Spring Fever: Win An April Stash Stack Bundle!

Every month we send out hundreds of bundles to people all across the world as part of our Monthly Clubs. Stash Stack Club is our most popular and it's easy to see why! Blenders are fundamental and each month Stash Stack members receive as many as a dozen new ones on their doorstep, always focused on one particular spoke of the color wheel. Of course, I think we're the lucky ones. After all, who wouldn't love getting to work with all that beautiful fabric?

April's color is yellow and it's one of our favorites! Bright and sunny, it's just perfect for early spring projects. This April we want to spread a little "spring fever", so we're giving away a full stack of April fat quarters to one of our lovely readers! All you have to do is leave a cheerful comment for us (maybe tell us all about the neat new projects you're working on) anytime between now and 11:59 pm Sunday, April 27th, and you'll be entered into the drawing. The winner will be announced Monday, April 28th, so keep an eye on this blog!

And don't forget to check out Stash Stack Club...it's a bundle of love every month!

146 comments:

  1. I just pulled brightly colored fabric for a new quilt I'll be working on. Using lots of stashable prints like above (love your stash stacks!). I adore yellow. It's like orange... A happy color! It reminds me of daffodils. And daffodils make me smile. :)

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  2. I'm setting up my craft area this week so I can get my sewing machine off the kitchen table!

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  3. I would love to dive into that stack of sunny yellows. I am headed to the stash bash this weekend and have been prepping too many quilting projects for the occasion.

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  4. I am making the Austen Family Album BOW quilt by Barbra Brackman and looking forward to starting the Aviatrix Medallion quiltalong with Elizabeth Hartman.

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  5. I just finished a large quilt that took over 4 months to complete. I think I'm going to do a quick baby quilt next, something I can complete in a couple of weeks! But first, I want to make a few blocks to send for the Soy Amado quilts for Mexico City children that Alison, at Little Island Quilting, is putting together.

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  6. I love LOVE the yellow colour! So fresh and fun! I'm actually just about to start on my second quilt ever - and guess what, it's main colours are yellow and grey! Coincidence? I'm going with fate ;) Thank you so much for the chance to win!

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  7. How fun! I'm working on some secret projects for a friends booth at quilt market in May!

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  8. Yay! I'm working on a pillow for my best friend's nursery!

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  9. I'm working on so many things! But at the moment finishing up 2 quilta- one for my sister and one for my boyfriends ��

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  10. Lovely yellow fabrics for a rainy spring day.

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  11. I am working on quilts for my daughters, a diaper bag for a friend, and quilt along for me.... so many project this yellow would look lovely in!

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  12. Such a cheerful stack! I'm making a 1940s apron and then I have some secret sewing projects I really need to get busy on! Happy spring!

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  13. It's been a very grey spring so far, and I'm in need of a hit of bright colour. I've been sprucing up my sewing room, and the next step is to sew some cheery cushion covers for the daybed. Thanks for the chance to win such a lovely bundle.

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  14. The snow in Ottawa is finally gone. Still a little cool but starting to feel springy, Love that yellow!

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  15. Since I just received this lovely bundle in the mail (and it is cheerful!) I would give this to my guild friend Holly who is my fabric twin!

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  16. Oh I do love yellow! We've been having a sunny easter weekend, but it's due to rain again tomorrow, so I'm hoping to brighten up the evenings after work this week with a nice, bright, Koi canvas bag that I'm making :o)

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  17. I have always loved yellow, and now there are all kinds of pretty yellow fabrics! Years ago the yellows were kind of subdued and maybe a little muddy, now there are beautiful clear yellows available and it's a happy thing! :)

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  18. I have used some shade of yellow or gold in just about every project that I have made. I have just realized I need to start a baby quilt and these yellows would look lovely in it. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  19. I'm clearing out some leftover fabric into a throw for a friend.

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  20. When I get more basting pins delivered I'm going to finish pinning and then start quilting my triangle quilt. My next new project will be a couple of cushion covers from the scraps.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  21. I'm making a fabric suitcase out of up-cycled jeans.

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  22. Yellow is such a great color!! I am hoping to make a quilt using pink, sky blue and yellow. Right now I am working on a low volume quilt!

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  23. Love the yellows! Hopefully we'll start seeing more colour outside around here now that the snow's mostly melted.

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  24. Working on spring dresses for toddler grandgirls. Most fun sewing I have ever done!

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  25. love those yellows I'm starting a scrappy project

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  26. This morning my coworker slipped a fat quarter bundle into my mailbox at work. What an awesome easter surprise!

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  27. I am currently working on birthday gifts for my mum and my nephew.
    Thank you for the giveaway, I love your fabric choices :)

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  28. I am about to cut out a penny patch quilt using stash club fabrics in blues, oranges and low volume. Love fresh colours

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  29. Thanks for the giveaway! I am about to start making a new tablecloth. sarah@forrussia.org

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  30. These are gorgeous! I'm planning a rainbow quit for my mom and these would be perfect for the yellow section!

    Kim

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  31. I am working on a new quilted Dresden table cloth and matching curtains for my kitchen. Thanks!

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  32. I'm working on a Sweetwater quilt. Next a vintage sheet quilt or an Art Gallery quilt, undecided yet :)

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  33. This stack of fabric makes me smile and helps me cling to the hope that summer is coming! And, yellow is seriously lacking in my stash -- it would be great to have this stack of yellows to brighten up my spring quilt projects.

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  34. Winning anything from Pink Castle would be great, but these yellows are awesome! It's sometimes hard for me to make a quilt WITHOUT yellow!

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  35. Awesome giveaway! I'm currently working on some baby quilts and tiny shoes!

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  36. Fabulous giveaway.I`m vorking on several projects and the most important is do several Dear Jane blocks!!

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  37. Yellow is a perfect color of fabric to giveaway. Reminds me of daffodils. Thanks for a chance.
    I am working on some sewing kits.

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  38. I am working on a birthday quilt for my soon to be 2 year old princess. It would look nice with a yellow binding an sashing *wink wink* thanks for the chance

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  39. You are sweet for spreading the cheer. I'm so behind on bee blocks, charity quilts and I need to get going on a mini that is due for a swap. And it's spring and I want/ need to be in my yard. Too much to do.

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  40. No time for sewing this week but definately getting lots of crafting done preparing for my little ones 5th birthday. hayleymstephens at gmail dot com

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  41. I am making a swoon quilt for little old me

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  42. That stack of yellows looks lovely. Something I don't have a lot of in my stash. However, now that spring is here, I'm thinking a trip to the fabric store would be in order. Yellow is such a cheery colour, and I've got my eye on a pattern for a bright summer quilt.

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  43. I'm just starting a baby quilt for a friend of mine - she's an artist and LOVES bright colours... this would be perfect for her! :)

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  44. HELLO, just beautiful>love this stack! I'm working on an aqua+gray hst's baby quilt for charity>so cute>almost finished! Happy Stitching! Thanks for a neat giveaway!

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  45. April is my favorite month....and only partly because it's my birthday month! I love spring flowers better than roses or other traditional flowers, they are the epitome of spring and sunny days!!

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  46. Today was a beautiful day! The weather was bright and sunny, the trees and flowers are blooming, and I have had some time to sew. What could be better? Love the yellow fabrics -- so cheerful!

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  47. I'm working on my sons birthday pjs!
    We all have birthdays this week.

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  48. I just got some sunflower fabric - what an amazing match these fabrics would be to cheer things up after a long winter! VermontPines at aol dot com

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  49. I am working on baby gifts for an upcoming baby shower. I love making things for new babies!

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  50. My oldest is about to loose his third tooth...he's soooo excited :)
    The yellow bundle is fantastic...just what I need for my sister's wedding quilt as her colors are yellow and orange.

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  51. I've joined a flickr quilt group making mini 12 patches each week!
    These yellows would be spectacular!

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  52. I'm working on a baby quilt top for a friend who is expecting her first baby girl. She requested green, red and yellow--the colors have been such a refreshing burst of color in my sewing space!

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  53. I finished one baby quilt using a Beatrix Potter bunny print, and am just about to start on a new one with little forest animals (that I got on sale!)

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  54. There are buds on the trees! We thought the winter would never end. I'm going to celebrate by making a brightly colored scrap quilt for the couch on the porch. Thanks for the chance to win this cheerful fabric!

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  55. Just made my first presentation pillowcase for my first Quilt of Valor. Now to add a label and send it off! Meanwhile, I'm learning how to use my new cutter, cutting out pieces for my next project.

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  56. I am doing a Farmer's Wife quilt a long and some yellow would be a perfect way to brighten it up a bit!

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  57. I am working on a scrap quilt in bright colors for spring and summer. This would make a great addition.
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    Shawn

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  58. What a beautiful bundle!! I've got a couple of sampler blocks to finish for a quilt :)

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  59. Cheerful, cheerful! I'm busy with baby and wedding presents :)

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  60. I am just starting on a baby quilt for my niece who is having a baby this summer. I think shades of yellow would be perfect.

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  61. Bright and cheerful! I'm working on 3 baby quilts and a Quilt of Valor.

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  62. Oh, I have Spring Fever, bad!! I've started making sundresses for my baby grand-daughter! :o)

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  63. Those yellows are so sunny and lovely! I'd love to make some new curtains for my yellow kitchen. ;)

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  64. That stack reminds me of my favorite spring time flower, daffodils. Maybe I could make a bouquet that would never wilt or need watered. I'm working on a baby play mat for my niece's baby due in May.

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  65. I'm working on Thimbleblossoms Vintage Holiday. I know it's only April but every year I say that I'm going to finally have it ready for Christmas so I thought why not start early! I would love some yellow my stash is seriously lacking in that area!

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  66. I just started a small doll quilt for my niece. 150 hexies, will be the size of a fat quarter when finished. Covered mostly in toys, including pooh bear, raggedy ann, doll houses and then there are some monkeys and blue birds.

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  67. I have been making some spring colored quilted purses for a local charity fundraiser. I am on number 5. Would love to make number 6 a yellow one!
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  68. I love yellow! Thanks for the chance:)

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  69. I nearly died when I saw all that lovely yellow fabric. I love yellows and ochre. I'm currently finishing up a queen size Hunter's Star quilt made from Bonnie & Camille's Vintage Modern. I can't wait to start quilting it. thanks. svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  70. Oh, that yellow is so cheerful and sunny. Currently I am working on Double Delight by Bonnie Hunter, the pinks have been just the ticket to help me through this dreary winter.

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  71. You really do find the best blender fabrics! I'm working on a paper pieced butterfly quilt at the moment. Its lots of fun!

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  72. The is such a happy stack! I'm currently working on dance costumes (not quite so happy) and my feathers quilt from Alison Glass (much happier).

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  73. My favorite color is purple, so a yellow bundle would compliment it. I am finishing up two wall hangings for my sewing room, they both have a bit of purple in them. Fun! Thanks for the give away!

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  74. yellow is my new go-to colour - it just adds so much happiness to a quilt!

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  75. I'm working on a double wedding ring rainbow quilt, it is making me very clear where the shortcomings are in my stash, I need more blenders! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  76. I am making a Butterfly Blooms quilt. I absolutely love the bright colors. I'm sure I will do this one again.

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  77. Lovely giveaway! I'm working on quilting all my WIP's. First up is a lovely sunny economy block quilt

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  78. Such a happy colour! I am currently sewing up a wee wander quilt for my dear niece's 7th birthday and I can tell you that will make her happy! She was very jealous of the briar rose one her sister got for her birthday!

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  79. I am cheerfully making a quilt for my daughters birthday in May and one for my nephew who will be an Eagle Scout this year! thanks!

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  80. I wish I could tell you what I've been working on but due to illness it's been nothing recently. I'm sure that a nice shot of yellow would perk me right up!

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  81. There are summer temperature in Norway! I am currently at work at an oil rig, can't wait to get back to shore, in order to make myself some new handbags for spring. Yellows would be perfect!

    Thanks!

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  82. I need to get caught up on a block of the month quilt - there are more than a few unopened packets! kcannon@anwsu.org

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  83. Just finishing up a set of pillows made from Dear Stella's Clementine collection, beautiful summery colors!!

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  84. Yellow is beautiful and cheery. Beginning a quilt for a wedding present!

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  85. I am working on some fun quilted pillows for my daughter right now, with mermaids and some tone one tone yellow, teal, and purple chevron. I am also working on making flying geese from a charm park for a throw quilt.

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  86. So many projects but one right now is binding a baby quilt.

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  87. I have always loved orange/yellow and purple. This yellow bundle is so pretty. I'm working on picking colors for a phoenix quilt and this bundle fits right in. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  88. Lovely fabric, I would use a deep purple with that bundle. I am working on a trapunto baby quilt with bugs and flowers. Thanks for the giveaway

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  89. I'm gonna do 2 Coffee quilts for my mother and mother in law for mothers day :D

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  90. After recovering from a major surgery I am ready to continue my project of making charity quilts for a kids chemo unit. These bright yellows would be so cheery when added to other spring colors in my stash.

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  91. Yellow is such a bright and happy color. It's my very favorite.

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  92. I need some yellow in my stash! What great colors. Baby quilt would be my next project and the bold colors would be perfect!

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  93. I need some yellows for all the baby quilts I'm going to make! Already made 2 and need to make 3 more!

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  94. I could really use yellows to brighten up my stash. I'm trying to move from toned and darker fabrics to lighter and brighter for the baby quilts I want to make.

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  95. Love love these spring yellows! This morning I am hand sewing the binding on a queen sized quilt that I just finished quilting yesterday.

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  96. WOW what fun yellows!!!! i am working on my very first quilt.....just a simple one made from charm packs to start!

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  97. What a gorgeous bundle - so cheery! I'm not starting any new projects until I've finished one of my WIPs but I have been spending time planting up my newly landscaped garden - I was out in the pouring rain this morning planting two new shrubs!

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  98. I never have enough yellows in my stash. Working on several things right now, an applique, 2 different pieced quilts and some hand embroidery. Can't be still for too long.
    Connie

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  99. My laptop is finally back from the repair shop :)

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  100. Happy spring! I just finished a king size quilt for my parents. I'm sure I spent over 100 hours on it, so it's nice to have it done!

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  101. Happy, happy spring! Those would be great colors for a project with flowers! I just finished up a table runner.

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  102. Today, for Earth Day, our science dept had a plant sale. My 6th graders happily decked out my classroom with their plants (which were headed home) and gifted me radishes from our school garden for lunch!

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  103. I love yellow! Sunshine, butter (yum!), daffodils, canaries, sunflowers, Peeps, lemons ~ yellow rocks!

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  104. This beautiful, bright bundle sure warms up our cold and gloomy weather! I am busy with burying threads on a quilt. Worst part about quilting! Thanks for this amazing giveaway.

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  105. The stack just screams spring and sunshine. How fun that you are giving a bit of sunshine away!

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  106. I am working on a quilt with Alaskan fabrics, mostly darker colors and am looking forward to making a spring throw with some really bright colors.

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  107. The stack is sure cheerful. When not in the garden now that it is finally warming up, I am still working on my stack of UFO's. I am making great progress.

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  108. I am almost finished hand quilting a lap quilt for my niece who is graduating from Nursing next month!! It will be a surprise and I know that she will love it!

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  109. LOVE those Yellow Sunshiney Happy fabrics!!! Right now I am making Baby things for a soon to arrive nephew...lotsa Turtles ( Mommy's choice).... Also just started cutting Tumblers...to make a Cheery & Scrappy Summer weight quilt for our bed. Yep...many Yellows in it too! :)

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  110. Yellow is just SO happy! I'm currently working on a Christmas Gift quilt, in addition to mending (yuck) and a few smaller projects such as zipper pouches (love 'em). Thanks for the chance to win!

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  111. Sunny yellow is always a favorite of mine!! I am working on a couple of churn dash quilts for 2 of my granddaughters.
    craftyccain@gmail.com

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  112. Lovely, yellow is a happy colour, for sure.

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  113. I have just finished making chair cushions for my dining chairs. I'm now trying to find a design to use my Bluebird Park stash, and a solid to go with my Cuzco bundle!

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  114. I am still working on my UFO's and finding things I had forgotten I even had. It is actually kind of fun to get these items out and nearly feels like Christmas. But.....what feels the best if the completion. Thanks for a chance to win. Now I am off to search for the ever elusive Morel Mushroom!

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  115. I just found out today that a friend I didn't even know was pregnant had her baby so I get to make a baby quilt! Lots of sunny yellow would be great for this

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  116. I'm working on a postage stamp quilt right now and only have two yellow fabrics! I definitely need more of this cheerful color in this quilt and would LOVE to win this bundle! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  117. I am working my my postage stamp quilt Bonnie Hunter's "Perkiomen Daydreams" and every one of the 400 blocks have four yellow 1.5" blocks in them. That's a lot of yellow fabrics. I am sure, if I win this bundle, many of these fabrics will end up in my quilt.

    Hope to see your booth in Padacuh this week.

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  118. I'm thinking this is the color my recent quilt is lacking. So love yellow, would love to put some in my next quilt, it's so cheery. Thanks for the sunny giveaway.

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  119. Wonderful giveaway as I have very little yellow in my stash. I'm about to start on a new project. A rainbow quilt of hand dyed fabrics.

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  120. Ooooh, how I love you, Pink Castle! I'm new to the bunch but I plan on sticking around. I'm in the middle of working on a big project using Yellows (oranges & reds) so this little stash catches my eye for sure. Dreamy!

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  121. I'm working in some swap projects.....great stash pick! Spetzie at att dot net

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  122. I'm working on a spring 4 patch quilt that could use the bright color of this bundle.

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  123. Yellow like the daffodils!! I'm working on a triangle quilt for my daughter to give as a wedding gift!

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  124. I'm hand painting burlap for some fun projects. It's so refreshing to paint something.

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  125. I'm working on a new springy quilt!

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  126. I did have plans to start my very first throw size quilt. I was in a car accident two weeks ago and have a broken knee and some really bad bruises so I am confined to my recliner and unable to get up and move around easily. I do have plenty of hand work (cross stitch, embroidery, and beading) to keep me busy.

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  127. I'm only thinking about new projects while I work on some WIPs that should get finished and catching up on two BOMs. On a cheery note, it is so nice to have spring flowers blooming and rain instead of snow.

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  128. Working on a very pretty shabby chic cushion cover - very springlike!

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  129. I'm working on twin quilts for some summer babies!

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  130. Yellow is perfect for April....now I'm singing...Oh Mr. Sun, Sun, Mr. Golden Sun please won't you shine on me.... I am frantically trying to finish my nephew's wedding quilt and my son's engagement quilt!

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  131. my cheerful comment: i am SO READY FOR SPRING (:

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  132. I love all these comments...so much fun to read. Thanks so much everyone and keep them coming!

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  133. Perfect choice to bring the sunshine in! Yellow is such a happy color! IT IS SURE TO KEEP THE SNOW AWAY FOR A WHILE! Maybe we can all fool the evil mother nature....lets all start sewing with brighter colors!

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  134. Oh, it looks great. I'm quilte sure, it fits perfect to the free space in my modern yellow drawer!

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  135. Oh I love yellow! I have just planted a bunch of yellow flowers in my yard actually.

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  136. these would be great for childrens charity quilts! i have quilted for over forty years and made over 200 charity quilts, not bad for hand piecing and hand quilting. i really love to pay it forward and brighten soneones day. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  137. YUM! Yellow! The tulips and daffodils are finally blooming here, and they make me so happy! I love spring. It's really my favorite of the seasons.

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  138. Love the bright yellow! I'm working on a quilt for my daughter's first birthday.

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  139. I love that you want cheerful comments. :-) I'm working on a baby quilt that didn't turn out nearly as cute as it was in my head (ack! not cheerful), but I'm interspersing a few darling bee blocks that I've had such fun making. I'd love to win that lovely bundle. It seems I don't stash yellow like I do other colors.

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  140. Awesome! Love the yellow to welcome springtime!

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  141. Yellow is such a happy color! Thank you for the chance to win, l'm just starting a stash and yellows are sorely needed

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  142. Thanks for this chance! Yellow is such a wonderful edition and one sadly lacking in my stash!

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  143. it's tough to find cheerful yellows like these!

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  144. Hi everyone!

    Thanks so much for all the lovely comments! It's been a real pleasure coming into the shop every day and reading them. I wish I had a bundle for everyone! Sadly, there's only one, and our handy dandy randomizer tells us that the lucky commenter is Sherry VF! Congrats Sherry, I'll be contacting you momentarily.

    And thanks again to everyone who left a comment, this has been super-fun!

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