Monday, May 12, 2014

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day

Today is the day for big giveaways.

My reason for starting to collect Liberty of London Tana Lawn fabric is that I decided that I was going to make a pink hexagon quilt out of all Liberty of London Tana Lawn pink fabric.  I have a good start to it with about 500 1" hexagons basted.

Once I started buying Liberty of London Tana Lawn Fabric I could not stop.  I found a couple of sources on Etsy and Fabric.com where I could get some good bargains. I also paid full price for some of the fabric that struck my fancy.  I am a classics kind of gal.  So in the interest of sharing some of my pricing good fortune I am giving away two half yards of Liberty of London Tana Lawn both in a blue color way.  They are 52" wide so that gives you more than your average 1/2 yard.


Here they are up close and personal.  The names of the fabrics are Bourton Blue/Multi and Mark in Eggshell/Light Blue/Light Green.


I am using Rafflecopter to pick my winners.  You can use your email to check in if you prefer not to use Facebook.  I will ship internationally.

The giveaway ends next Monday at noon.  I will have Rafflecopter pick a winner.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

369 comments:

  1. These tana lawns are both gorgeous and I just love the super soft feel of them. I was lucky enough to get a couple of small scraps in a scrap pack and am incorporating them into my EPP quilt of 1 inch hexagons.

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    1. Great way to use those scraps. They are going to look great in your quilt.

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  2. I'd say modern traditional, but I'm so new to quilting it's hard to define my label yet. Thanks!

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  3. Definitely modern. Bright and with lots of novelty fabrics. Thanks!

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  4. I'd say I', a modern traditional quilter - I love traditional blocks with a twist!

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  5. I'm making a 1" hexi quilt with Liberty lawn, so completely understand your obsession!

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  6. I like to think I am a modern traditions. The traditional blocks done with modern fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  7. I haven't worked with Liberty Lawn yet, but would love to!

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  8. I don't know how to classify myself! It changes from week to week! :)

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  9. I haven't worked with Liberty anything, but I know I'd like to! :)

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  10. I absolutely love using tana lawn; I've used it for a number of clothing projects. I've been collecting five-inch charm squares and I know that they will become a (very soft) quilt, but I haven't decided on a pattern yet!

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  11. And I guess I sew whatever appeals to me. I think my head would explode if I started thinking about what "type" of quilter I am!;)

    (BTW, I've always loved this Mark paisley design. Thank you for sharing them!)

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  12. I guess that my aesthetics lean toward the modern bent, though I do have a weakness for simple traditional quilting.

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  13. so far, I've only used smallish pieces of tana lawn in quilts and in a few simple projects (fancy sachets? yes, please), but I'm looking forward to building up my stash for some larger projects. thanks for the offer!

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  14. I probably mix modern and traditional...

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  15. I have not made anything out of Liberty Lawn, yet.

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  16. I tend to lean toward traditional quilting.

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  17. I actually don't quilt! But I like traditional. I love to sew for my daughters using quilting cottons.

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  18. I have not used Liberty of London at all--only gazed longingly!!

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  19. I'm a modern traditionalist! I have made many traditional quilts and some modern. Lately I've been making more modern traditional quilts. (if that makes sense)

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  20. I've not used Liberty fabrics but love the feel of them.

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  21. Modern traditional, these are lovely :)

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  22. Traditional, though I've made a few more modern quilts for fast baby presents and do see the appeal. Never *made* anything with Tana Lawn... but have some scraps (from a trip once to Purl Soho!) waiting to be made into the bodice on a dress for my toddler, and have a 2-yard piece for a full dress for her.

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  23. I think I am "in between" traditional and modern!

    Susie

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  24. I have not made anything with Liberty fabrics yet. I love how they look and feel.
    Susie

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  25. I am a traditional quilter. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  26. Okay - I consider myself a "Modern-classic" quilter ;) I love putting modern spins on classic blocks!

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  27. I've never used Lawn anything before! Would love the opportunity to - thanks for the chance to win!

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  28. I'm a me sort of quilter. I love some traditonal, some modern and I love to try whatever suits the project I have in hand and don't try to label it.

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  29. I use Liberty lawns alot. I have been desigining and making a range of EPP Liberty butterflies that are destined for a large quilt for myself. I'm also making a Liberty EPP patchwork deathstar mini quilt as a birthday pressie for my husband and have plans for a couple more Liberty quilts once my stash is a little larger.

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  30. liberty of london is my all time favorite! I consider myself a modern traditional quilter.

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  31. I'm more of a traditional quilter.

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  32. Hello, I am visiting over from Sew & Sow Farms. Jan is such a sweet lady and has a great blog. I think of myself as a modern traditional quilter. thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

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  33. I have not made anything with liberty London but I do have some of their fabrics and it has a wonderful feel.

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  34. I consider myself sometimes modern, but overall modern traditional.

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  35. I have not yet made anything but I just got a nice long scrap from a friend, and I think it's time for a pillow!

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  36. I gave never made anything from that fabric line

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  37. I consider myself a modern quilter (simple patterns) but I love using small patterned traditional prints. Thanks for the chance!

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  38. I haven't had the opportunity to use liberty prints yet because I know I will go nutso once I sew with them and but my fiancee and myself into debt!

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  39. I am a modern quilter. The colors are pure and bright and tempered with neutrals. I love clean lines.

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  40. I have never worked with Liberty of London lawn. I would love to try it since it seems to have a lovely hand.

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  41. I guess I would be a modern traditionalist if I have a label! Never have sewn with Liberty but have read about it on blogs. Sounds like it is well loved. thanks.

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  42. I definitely relate better to the "modern" crowd...but wouldn't give myself the title.

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  43. Nope! I just recently got my first 1/4 metre of it...still don't know what to do with it. :-)

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  44. I consider my style modern

    glazefamily3 AT gmail.com

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  45. I have never used any liberty fabrics

    glazefamily3 AT gmail.com

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  46. I am a traditional quilter, but have come to love modern more and more. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  47. never had any but would love to , thanks

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  48. I've never made anything with Liberty fabrics.

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  49. I just got some of my first Liberty. I may be hooked.

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  50. Modern traditional for sure!

    ellascottage at inspired-design dot ca

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  51. I am most probably a modern traditional quilter...love the new fresh colorways...Thanks so much....

    jeanieheath@charter.net

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  52. I think I'm modern traditional, too -- grew up in the traditional form, but love all the new idea, fabrics and design!

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  53. I have never use Liberty fabrics, and would love to try some.

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  54. I like modern traditional quilts.

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  55. I've never used Liberty, but I've felt it's scrumptious hand!

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  56. I'm a modern quilter, and I've never used Liberty Tana Lawn. I have a gift card from Mother's Day that I may be splurging on some soon! Thank you! :) coralbunnyandlo [at] gmail [dot] com

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  57. I havent used this line, but I bet its awesome in EPP, I love Epp

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  58. I think I fit mostly in the traditional category!! Lovely fabrics.....just lovely!!

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  59. Not yet but I love these paisleys

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  60. modern traditional.
    (Sandy Hardman on rafflecopter)

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  61. More modern, I think.
    debyeo at hotmail dot com

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  62. I've never used Liberty fabric in a project, sob.
    debyeo at hotmail dot com

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  63. Your Henie quilt is going to be beautiful! I love both those Liberty prints.

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  64. no have never used this line before. but it is so very pretty

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  65. i consider myself a traditional quilter

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  66. I would say I'm a modern traditional quilter--lots of trad blocks in modern fabrics or trad fabrics in somewhat modern settings.

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  67. I have never seen Liberty of London fabric in person but I'm wishing I could!

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  68. Definitely a modern sewist, but I have never made anything with Liberty of London. I would love, love, love to see it in person!

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  69. I consider myself a modern quilter who can do anything she feels like at the time :-) So I definitely veer towards modern colours and designs, but don't feel restricted to stay there!

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  70. I've never even touched any Liberty of London, and I'd LOVE to have some!

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  71. I have made a dress out of this fabric in the past. I am a whatever goes quilter. I am old so I was trained Traditional.

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  72. Modern quilter and I've never used LOL prints sadly

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  73. Modern quilter, I have only had small pieces of liberty in a bag kit but it feels so lovely I can see how you got hooked!
    Misspbar at hotmail.com

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  74. Thanks for the chance to win, I would use this liberty for EPP

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  75. i see myself as a modern quilter

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  76. I can't label myself cause I kinda like it all, and 500 1" hexies, let's just say WOW!

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  77. I have not purchased Liberty Lawn, YET, but was tempted with the Massdrop price, did you see that deal?

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  78. Oh I am definitely modern traditional. Love liberty - thanks for the giveaway

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  79. I have never made anything with Iiberty. I have only fondled it

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  80. I don't really know what I am

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  81. I think I am more traditional but I do love modern too!

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  82. I am more traditional than modern

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  83. I have never used this fabric but love it

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  84. Modern Traditional...I just cut into my first Tana Lawn the other day---heaven! :-)

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  85. No never made anything with liberty fabric, haven't even touched it first hand yet.

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  86. I've never even touched Liberty fabric - my life is not yet complete, I suppose :(

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  87. I'm a modern traditionalist!

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  88. I'd say modern traditional, in that I love to mix prints and styles from each camp.

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  89. I've made an ATC with Liberty, and am planning a pincushion next.

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  90. I own some, and I bring it out to stroke sometimes, but no, I've not sewn with it yet.

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  91. I think of myself as a modern quilter.

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  92. I consider myself a modern quilter...with a bit of traditional fusion thrown in! I've just started getting interested in Liberty, and can see it as a new favourite. Thanks for the chance.

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  93. I made an ipad stand with some Liberty clothing from years ago!

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  94. I have never made anything with Liberty fabric. Love the paisley.

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  95. I've never sewn with Liberty - this would be so wonderful!

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  96. I don't quilt but use these gorgeous fabrics for bag making.

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  97. I've never made anything with Liberty, but I did buy my mom some for Christmas, and was so impressed with the quality and colors that I should have bought some for myself!

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  98. I am a traditional quilter. Love a good classic looking quilt!

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  99. I've never made anything with Liberty but would love to start! The fabrics are so beautiful.

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  100. Swoon~ Liberty fabrics! I adore them! I consider myself a modern quilter. I don't like the old fashioned patterns.

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  101. Thanks for the chance to win! I consider myself on the line between modern traditionalism and straight modern.

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  102. Thanks for the chance to win! I haven't had the chance to work with Liberty yet, but am excited about the possibility!

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  103. I would classify myself as a beginner and I like to try all types of quilting

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  104. I haven't made anything with Liberty but would like to.

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  105. I would not classify myself as a quilter at all, because I have never tried - yet!

    jachelno at gmail dot com

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  106. This LIberty would be perfect for the hand bag I am planning on making myself. I have not tried this fabric yet.

    jachelno at gmail dot com

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  107. No, I have never made anything with Liberty of London Tana Lawn.

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  108. i'm a little-bit-of-everything quiliter! that fabric is beautiful and would make a great dress for my little girl.

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  109. I'm going to say modern in that I don't usually follow the traditional quilting rules :D

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  110. I don't know- I quilt only a little- I mostly sew clothing.

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  111. I am about to make a couple of dresses with Liberty lawn for the first time.

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  112. I am a modern traditional quilter - I like traditional blocks with bright fabrics and unusual combinations. Thanks for the give away!

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  113. I have never made anything from Liberty fabrics - I just drool over them online.

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  114. I would call myself a modern quilter, I'd say :) I'm not so much into all the traditional quilt blocks and I love the modern fabrics.

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  115. never used Liberty fabrics before, only ever see them used in projects by other people, but the flower prints are beautiful!

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  116. I am really inspired by modern quilting, but I definitely have a thing for a good vintage quilt. I love Liberty fabrics, but have made very little with them because they are a bit pricey and I don't want to mess it up!

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  117. Modern. I love taking a traditional pattern and doing something modern with it, but then I dearly love everything from Liberty of London and that's more traditional patterns!

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  118. I am a fairly modern quilter (also quite new to it) and love the scrappy look.

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  119. I love Liberty and am slowly making a Liberty quilt with EPP too in mainly pink and purple colours. I usually buy it from Very Berry fabrics on Folksy.

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  120. Traditional. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  121. Traditional with a bit of modern traditional thrown in :-)

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  122. Traditional quilter. 24Tangent "at" gmail "dot" com

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  123. I consider myself a somethign in between quilter - I'm too modern for the traditionals and too traditional for the moderns .. I will just Keep doing what ever I like.

    I have neer made anythign with liberty fabrics - but I have 2 pieces that I brought home from London, but at the Moment ist still too precious to cut into

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  124. I consider myself a modern quilter -- but really only because I like to work with modern designer fabrics...

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  125. I do love Liberty fabrics (I got to go to their store in London in the fall -- such a treat!). I used some Liberty for my wedding -- I backed the ring pillow with it and made fabric covered clothespins for the photo booth. And I've been slowly collecting prints to make the Purl Soho Liberty mini quilt one of these days!

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  126. I haven't had the wonderful blessing of owning any Liberty fabric. A store down the street from me sells it and it's so pricey! I am a pretty traditional quilter, but modern is starting to appeal to me.

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  127. I consider myself and Traditional quilter.. and I have never used this fabric line before

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  128. I'd say modern traditional because I enjoy a bit of both.

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  129. I haven't used Liberty fabrics myself, but my mum has.

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  130. Hi there, thanks for the giveaway. I'm a real novice quilter but I like modern and simple designs.
    My email is kerry [at] kestrelmakes [dot] com

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  131. I have made a top (Wiksten Tova top, not yet blogged) and also used it as a trim on a dress from a vintage pattern

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  132. I am currently doing some crazy patchwork with Liberty Lawn

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  133. modern, traditional. I like some traditional patterns but mostly I do what I like, including quilting how I want and using fabric and color combinations that please me. Thanks.

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  134. Not yet but it certainly is gorgeous. Thanks.

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  135. I have a small scrap pack of liberty and it feels divine! I would love to have a little "me" sewing time to make my self a pillow cover. I like both modern and traditional quilting, and mixing them together :) Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

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  136. I thin I am a modern traditionalist. I like to use traditional patterns with modern colors and fabrics as well as do more modern quilts.

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  137. I have never used this fabric but would love too!

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  138. I`m traditional modern quilter.This week I`m cutting and sewing hexies.Thanks!

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  139. I think I am a modern traditionalist . Thanks for the chance .

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  140. No I have never made anything with these fabrics but would be so pleased if I could .

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  141. No I haven't ever had the privilege of using these but, I have coveted them online for a while. They are so lush looking.

    just in case: m3reyna at gmail dot com

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  142. As far as whether or not I consider myself modern or traditional, I think that I would have to say that I'm a traditional quilter with a modern taste ion fabrics if that makes sense.

    Just in case: m3reyna at gmail dot com

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  143. I consider myself a modern traditional quilter. I love having the best of both worlds: modern fabrics with traditional patterns
    amy.forkner (at) gmail (dot) com

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  144. I'd say that my style is a modern-traditional hybrid.

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  145. I have not gotten to use that fabric yet, but I hope to get to sometime in the near future!
    amy.forkner (at) gmail (dot) com

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  146. I've never even seen liberty fabric, let alone sewn with it.

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  147. Maybe something like fresh vintage.

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  148. I've never gotten my hands on any Liberty fabric.

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  149. I consider myself a traditional quilter. sarah@forrussia.org

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  150. I have never seen Liberty fabric in real life. sarah@forrussia.org

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  151. I am a traditional quilter.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  152. I have never made anything with Liberty of London Tana Lawn.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  154. I've never heard modern/traditional before, but that' a good description for me.!

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  155. I'm a mix. I like the traditional blocks with more modern color choices. I love your EPP on your blog.

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  156. I'd say modern, as I feel like it tends to be more forgiving :-)

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  157. I haven't made anything with Liberty Lawn... But boy do I love it! I have some my hubs brought me back from London in the spring and haven't been brave enough to cut into it yet!

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  158. I am traditional, trying to incorporate some modern.

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  159. No, I have never made anything with Liberty of London Tana Lawn.

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  160. Modern Traditionalist. Great giveaway. Thanks so much for sharing

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  161. I'd say I'm somewhere between traditional and modern.

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  162. I have never made anything with Liberty but their fabrics are so gorgeous!

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  164. Oh swoon! I an a liberty lover too, although my stash consists of less than a shoebox. I only buy fat quarters to celebrate special occasions. So I am awed by your incredible generosity. I would say I'm a modern traditional quilter. Thanks for the chance to win and I can't wait to see what you do with those pink hexies. I've made a pincushion and a couple small pouches with Liberty. I love the design and feel of it!

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  165. I consider myself a modern quilter.

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  166. I have not made anything with Liberty lawn yet. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  167. I consider myself a modern quilter!

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  168. I have not made anything with Liberty lawn yet, but I've been wanting to!

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  169. I've never used liberty at all!!!

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  170. I consider myself a modern traditionalist. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  171. I haven't made anything with the lovely Liberty fabrics though I've seen & admired the Tana Lawn at a quilt show stall. Sadly the price was quite exorbitant so I did not bring any home with me. Thanks again!

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  172. I think I am mostly traditional but I dabble with modern stuff too.

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  173. I have never made anything with Liberty of London, but I'd like to. :)

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  174. I must be the most stupid person ever.......I cannot figure out how to use rafflecopter widget!!!! My answer to the question......I haven't made anything with Liberty fabrics but I do have a few which I bought at the Liberty store in London......they were very expensive so I want to be very sure about the project that I use them in.
    Cath @ Bits 'n Bobs

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  175. I haven't made anything out of Liberty, but I have been wanting too. I do have liberty bedding that I love!

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  176. I'm a traditional blocks with modern fabrics type of person!

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  177. I'm part way through a geranium for my daughter in Mitsi in a navy! I'm taking it slow because it's a bit slippery and quite expensive fabric but I'm loving it already!

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  178. I would consider my style modern traditionalist. That fabric is amazing!

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  179. I haven't made anything with Liberty fabric (yet).

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  180. I have not used either of those fabrics

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  181. I consider myself a traditional quilter mainly because that's all that was around when I first learned.

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  182. I've never used any Liberty fabrics, but it's not for lack in wanting!

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