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Give-Away Day!


It’s Sew Mama Sew’s give-away day! Have some fun clicking around to all the fabulous blogs giving away goodies. Once you’re done entering my give-away below, visit the other blogs here.

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I’m giving away these six gorgeous hand-dyed fabrics from my collection:


To enter the give-away, leave a comment below answering, To add some pop to a quilt, what colour would you use. One entry per person. Winner will be selected randomly May 26th. I will ship worldwide.

Also, I’m hosting a give-away for MyMemories Suite scrap booking software. This give-away is open until May 23rd, enter this give-away here.


Congratulations to winner #161 Becky. Look for an email from me.

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This post was published on May 21st, 2012. Post topics: Quilting Events. Post tags: .

271 Responses to “Give-Away Day!”

  1. Lisa B says:

    I love the way black looks with a quilt that uses bright colors. Thank you for the giveaway.

  2. Lori Smanski says:

    i think white helps make the colors pop

  3. sangeetha says:

    yellow,orange or red binding

  4. liz hietkamp says:

    the pop in my current quilt is chartreuse. love it!! and love this giveaway! thanks for the chance to win these beautiful fabrics!

  5. LisaAnn says:

    It depends on the quilt- right now I am big on bright white for most of them :)

  6. Linda says:

    I like to use white or yellow for a sparkle in my quilts. Thanks for the chance to win your gorgeous fabrics.

  7. Kathy Howard says:

    I might use a bit of yellow or gold.

  8. Jenny Green says:

    I’d add something with a bit of metallic.

  9. Blu says:

    Black. Nothing makes things pop like black.

  10. Susanne says:

    It would be a bright color like orange.

  11. I always add a touch of yellow, orange, or lime green whenever I can to *pop* a quilt :*) Thanks for the chance to win those luscious fabrics !!!

  12. Carmen says:

    I’d add yellow or pink – just nothing neon

  13. MoeWest says:

    I think black or white makes the colours pop.

  14. lucy says:

    I love hot pink or any shade of purple… especially with these FQ’s here :)

  15. Carla G says:

    Lime Green or Red would be my pop colors! Thanks for a chance to win! :)

  16. Teddi Munslow says:

    I like a yellow green to add some pop or fuscia

  17. Anna says:

    I’d say white or black, depending on the colors of the rest of the quilt. Black and bright colors would definitely make it pop!

  18. Margaret M says:

    Certainly depends on the other fabrics, but I love the pop of red, pink, orange or yellow. I also love using pure white to pop everything! Thanks for the great prize. Follow your blog.

  19. prsd4tim2 says:

    My go-to “pop” color this year is orange. I just can’t get enough!

    Thanks for the fun giveaway. I’ve never used hand dyed fabrics before, so I’d like to try them.

  20. Stella says:

    Depending on the colors in my quilts I have added black, red, or yellow.

    Thanks for the chance to win your hand dyed fabrics, they are beautiful.

  21. Kathy says:

    I would use the hot pink – and I don’t like pink, but this one sings!

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