Saturday, 1 October 2011

Fancy Moon Fabric Giveaway!

Fancy Moon have just relaunched their website and to celebrate they're offering one reader of my blog the opportunity to win two metres of fabric of their choice. Yay! I've always loved Fancy Moon's website - they have such a swoonsome selection of hundreds of fabrics in delightful prints. Not only quilting weight cottons, but also lawns, double gauze and linen blends, so great for dressmakers. With their improved site, you have the option to order either by the metre or in fat quarters - very handy for crafters.

Here's my pick of their amazing fabric selection...

Imperial Kiku Red would make a beautiful drindl skirt

Love this saucy ladies print - pyjamas or a cushion for the boudoir?

This cotton lawn would make a pretty blouse

I'd love some napkins made from this teacups and teapots cotton-linen blend

Ooh! How about a slinky kitty print pencil skirt?

Or a wrap skirt in this stunning chrysanthemums cotton-linen mix

This delicate design has gone straight onto my wish list for cushions for my sofa

And last but by no means least - wow!

To enter the giveaway, take a look at the Fancy Moon website and leave a comment below saying which fabric you'd choose and, if you like, what you'd make with it. The closing date is Wednesday 5th October at midnight GMT and the winner will picked at random. The giveaway is open internationally. Don't forget to leave your email if it's not attached to your blogger profile so I can contact you if you win.

Good luck!

[Soundtrack: 'Penny's Farm' by The Bently Boys]

176 comments:

  1. I'm loving the forest florals and the forest animal prints by kokka. Think either of these would make a cool and very fun shoulder bag or tote!

    Melissa5880 at gmail dot com

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  2. What a great giveaway!! I love Fancy moon :)
    I really like the 'East Pavilion paper cut red'. Such a cute print :) I think I'd make a simple skirt to show off the print. Or maybe a bucket bag :)
    Ashley x

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  3. What a lovely fabric site! I love this one
    Provence Stripe Classic, Trefle by Kokka
    I'd love to make a bag out of it with a matching make up zippered purse.
    nice!
    lore
    x

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  4. I will choose http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-designer/designers-of-japan/this-way-stripe-3017.html and also http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-designer/designers-of-japan/russian-dolls-mini-black-3614.html

    So cute.. Suitable for bag, purse or small projects :) Thanks for the chance to win..

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  5. Oh so many lovely fabrics! It's hard to choose just one but I think that the Asian Circles Dark would make a great skirt. :)

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  6. There is so many that I'd love, it's hard to choose just one!

    Probably the butterfly print featured above or maybe this

    http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-theme/animals/american-old-story-poodles-3151.html

    Appropriate cause I work for an animal rescue! I'd make a blouse with it or a skirt.

    My email is mzbhaving at hotmail dot com

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  7. What a choice! What a giveaway! I'd love to have some Trios, Fulham Road, Alexander Henry. Thank you so much.

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  8. Everything is oh-so pretty! But I have to agree with you, I love the Imperial Kiku Red, Indochine by Alexander Henry. I think I'd be hard to miss in a dress made from this!

    Thanks for such a fantastic giveaway!

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  10. Wow, these fabrics are incredible! I'd love two metres of the Contigo Light to make a corset with!

    kujassilverdragon at hotmail dot com

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  11. Oh, thanks Tilly!
    As everyone said, it is really hard to decide. I´m thinking about the "Downtown Dot Rust" or the "Eton Butterfly Black, Fulham Road" both by Alexander Henry. They would both make nice skirts.
    Yours, Yvonne
    lamberti.yvonne(at)googlemail.com

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  12. These are all so cute!

    I think I'd go for the "Deer Valley Cocoa, Joel Dewberry for Free Spirit" fabric to make a cute little dress from.

    thebelljar@hotmail.be

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  13. Wow, how adorable is their new website! I loved so much on there - but i would have to choose the Nutmeg Seeds Green SE1 for Robert Kaufman. Its so light and colourful, perfect for a summer Sencha blouse? I think so :)

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  14. Brilliant giveaway!

    Hum, I would choose either the deer valley green for a dress/top:
    http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/deer-valley-green-3041.html

    OR, all I want for Christmas for some pjs or a christmassy cushion cover because it made me laugh like a loon:
    http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/all-i-want-for-christmas-black.html

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  15. Oh my, I've been swooning over this website long before I even started learning how to sew! Being a relative newcomer to the sewing, my aim is to make a dress for a winter wedding I will be attending and the deer valley green fabric by Joel Dewberry would be perfect!

    Keep up the fabulous work with your blog Tilly, you are a real inspiration.

    Kat x

    kat_pob at yahoo dot co dot uk

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  16. Ooh! I love the teacups material for napkins to go with my afternoon tea birthday party this week! Who says 35 is too old for cupcakes and tea with friends!!

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  17. Great giveaway :)

    I liiiike: http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-type-1/cotton-linen-blends/bicycle-brown-3182.html - I'd make some bag-type-thing out of it.

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  18. So many great prints. I love La Strada by Alexander Henry. I would make a 70's style halter neck dress like this one, http://stitchitupstella.blogspot.com/2011/09/sss-11-day-24.html?showComment=1317463217044#c8045305829043369681
    Geez I hope I win, I haven't seen this fabric here in Australia.

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  19. Wow - the Eton butterfly http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/eton-butterfly-black-2792.html captured my heart. I think this would make a fabulous blouse- it's too beautiful to use it where it wouldn't be front and centre. I really like Fancy Moon's site organization. It is really easy to find what you are looking for and is very user friendly.

    hpennie at amtelecom dot net

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  20. Nutmeg Seeds Orange is lovely - perfect colours for an autumn skirt

    k_s_thomson at hotmail.com

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  21. Cool giveaway! I'd either go for Dasha Azure, Fashionista by Alexander Henry, Forest Animals Sage, Trefle by Kokka or Nutmeg Seeds Green, SE1 for Robert Kaufman... And I'd try to make a lined dress or skirt that I could wear in winter! l.kievits (at) gmail (dot) com.

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  22. Oh the prints! As I have an addiction with florals I have to go with the Harajuku Peony Bright http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-theme/oriental/harajuku-peony-bright-2849.html It would probably become nice summery sheath dress.

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  23. Oh I think it would be Deer Valley Green by Joel Dewberry. I've had my eye on the 30s style print for a while. But so much fantastic choice!

    Thanks for a great giveaway :)

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  24. I really like the Fairlyte Bug Hunt Rich, but I think I would get Bewitched Purple, Haunted House by Alexander Henry. I'm studying fashion design so I can make lingerie and costumes so it's really fitting! I would probably use this fabric for a bodice of a dress or a corset!

    Rach_thumper@yahoo.com

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  26. Definitely Gay Paris Burlesque. I would make a cover for my Kindle Fire (for the day when I can afford it, haha!).

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  27. http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/new-in/violace-paris-blue-3297.html

    The paris print postcards. I think I'd make a simple blouse like Colette's Sencha with this.

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  28. Oh oh oh! What a fantastic line up of fabrics, they have such great taste!
    I had to think long and carefully about this, and decided I cannot go past the Gay Paris Burlesque by Spectrix. So adorable!
    I might work it into a quilt! :)

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  29. Gorgeous, so hard to choose just one! I would pick French Post and make a simple shift dress out of it.

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  30. I love love Alexnder Henry's cotton lawn, and that Eton butterfly on cream would be sensational made up as a summer blouse here in Australia. Fingers crossed!

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  31. I love love Alexander Henry's cotton lawn, and the Eton Butterfly in Cream would be beautiful made as a summer blouse here in Australia. Fingers crossed :-)

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  32. So many beauties but i think i'd have to go with the kitties you posted, Nora Neko, Indochine by Alexander Henry, and make a full circle skirt. My husband would probably disown me though, he's not too enamoured with my cat love- the fabric is worth it though!

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  33. my fave is 'forest floral black, trefle by kokka', & i'm thinking blouse, more of a kimono/wrap-around style, to go with a walking-skirt.
    jlalexia(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  34. Just Hanging, Monkey's Bizness, Alexander Henry - I'd make some PJs for my son =) Great giveaway x

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  35. I love all the Flower Sugar line0 I'd put it to use on a quilt :)

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  36. Like everyone else there are so many I adore! I really like the American Old Story Lambs in Natural, and I have so many little crafty things I want to try. I'd probably make a little overnight toiletry satchel with contrasting lining and a bright zipper. Maximum overnight kookiness! :)

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  37. I love the cosmo rose stone fabric! It would be perfect for a fitted dress.

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  38. For a long time i wanted to make a kimono-style-blouse, so I would love the Flower Cart Turquoise by Kokka!

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  39. ooh, the alexander henry blue bell. i've been lusting after that for so long!

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  40. Oh wow, what gorgeous fabrics!! Thanks for the chance to win :)
    I love "Fantastic Forest Mushroom by Cosmo Textiles", I'd use it for some lovely cushions.

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  41. I love the butterfly top idea - I once saw a wedding dress in a similar butterfly print and it was gorgeous.

    I also love the wonderland white rabbit prints because I've been slowly gathering fabrics for an Alice-themed quilt (not that I quilt much usually).

    I also would love a skirt out of the dasha azure by Alexander Henry.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  42. Oh wow, so pretty ... I like the cotton linen mix Cosmo Rose in the stone colourway, for a skirt I think, slim, perhaps with a kick pleat.

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  43. I really like the Fantastic Forest Pink by Cosmo Textiles. I would probably make a circle skirt out of this.

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  44. Can't ever pass up the possibility of winning fabric! :) I really love this: http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-theme/retro-1920-1980/wild-blue-yonder-3408.html

    It would be perfect for accent pillows on our (newly slip-covered--I finally finished it after working on it for a year!) sofa. I'm trying to go with a bit of a mash-up of masculine and feminine retro motifs on the pillows, and this would be perfect. ;)

    - Casey (elegantmusings AT gmail.com)

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  45. Utter scrumptiousness!! The Butterflies Black would make a beautiful skirt a la Gertie'ssew along for Burda, but I would so so so love to get close and personal with All I Want for Christmas in some fab pjs!

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  46. suinfl@gmail.com1 October 2011 14:49

    It has to be Imperial Kiku Red!! I'm loving it for a big pop as a bolster on my already Asian-themed bedroom which is in blacks and beiges and sparks of gold. The perfect accent!! Just loving it.
    suinfl@gmail.com

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  47. Oh, there are so many to choose from! I think I'd probably go with this one: http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-theme/vintage-repro-1800-1920/eiffel-tower-rouge-3345.html. :)

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  48. Yum! Lovely fabrics and a gorgeous giveaway. Fancy Moon is such a great place for inspiration with so many fabulous prints....but my favourite is Boudoir Label in Grey. It's so hard to choose but I love the vintage feel of this one.

    doveg21@hotmail.com

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  49. They're all great! Headed over to the website now!

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  50. what a lovely give away, if i absolutely had to choose a print it would be this one. http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-theme/paisley/indigo-paisley-2853.html

    nicoleatobin@gmail.com

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  51. They are all so lovely! Probably the flower cart black to make a jinbei for my nephew!

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  52. I'd love to make ceylon with the ornament brown echino print. Perfect!

    Cynbular@hotmail.com

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  53. Oh, too many to choose from. I do like the Vintage Art Store print tho..pillows for my bed.

    Suzanne

    quilters r at peoplepc dot com

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  54. I really like "Out to Lunch, Tammis Keefe Tribute Collection by Michael Miller." Not sure what I'd use it for, but it's darling :)

    quipardue@yahoo.com

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  55. Hi! I'd choose the butterfly cotton lawn and make either a blouse or the top of a dress... Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

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  56. I'd love to make a tie-neck blouse out of the Blue Bell, Fulham Road by Alexander Henry. I also love the Fantastic Forest series, but I'd like to make a full-skirted sundress out of them, and two metres isn't really enough for that, alas.
    -Thistle

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  57. I'm really in love with the three bears fabric by Robert Kaufman. I would make something for a baby with it like a sleeping bag. I love making things for babies as you can make really cute stuff and it's not too time consuming...Even though I don't have any kids myself, I have plenty of friends who do!

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  58. Sooo hard to just pick ONE fabric! I love so many and there are tons that I haven't seen on American fabric sites before! I think my favorite is the Forest Animals Brown, Trefle by Kokka. I would make a full, highwaisted skirt with pockets and black binding all around it! *swoons* Thank you so much for the opportunity!!

    <3 lisakatec(at)gmail(dot)com

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  59. I would probably make the Colette Crepe dress out of the Viva Frida in Teal fabric. With a solid band and and solid accents. I love the colors in the fabric. And they also happen to play well with my Fall Palette challenge.

    Thanks for hosting this!

    Sara

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  60. Oh, the store is just lovely! I'd use Fairlyte Butterfly Carnival Rich, Melissa White, Westminster to make a long-sleeved blouse for work, to perk up the winter days.

    rsreagan at gmail.com

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  61. Oooh, what a gorgeous giveaway! I love the Nora Necko, Indochine and I would make a pretty dress out of it. The beautiful Sleeping Beauty fabric would make such a cute nightgown and bed jacket for my little girl!

    Sarah
    rhinestonesandtelephones[at]gmail[dot]com

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  62. I really love this!

    http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-type-1/cotton-lawn/trios-fulham-road-alexander-henry-4100.html

    I'd make it into a pretty tie-necked blouse.

    rmacoskey at gmail dot com

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  63. Ooh, ooh, what a fantastic giveaway. I'd choose Dasha Azure Fashionista. Thanks Tilly. x

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  64. I would make a retro apron with the teapot cotton-linen blend!

    But they are all so lovely!

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  65. I love the sewing room in purple and pink. I don't know what I'd do with it, it was just love at first sight!

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  66. I'd totally make a skirt out of the Bus Stop Grey fabric by Etsuko Furuya for Kokka. So cute!

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  67. I would choose Eton Butterfly Black, Fulham Road by Alexander Henry or in white. I can't quite decide which one I like best. I would like to make a blouse out of it. thanks, katie
    kcrismali at gmail dot com

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  68. My favorite is Elizabeth Rose Chinoiserie by Free Spirit..wow! I'd make the ginger skirt by Colette patterns with it for a nice vintage feel.

    katiefro_11@hotmail.com

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  69. I love the pinup print. It would match another pinup print fabric I made pillows out of for our couches. I'd make more pillows!

    maryvannote (at) gmail (dot) com

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  70. I love the bicycles in the "Bicycle Purple, Echino Nico by Etsuko Furuya for Kokka" fabric. I'm imagining it would make a fun messenger bag.

    anna dot davies at cheerful dot com

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  71. I'd go for the cat print (Nora Neko) from Alexander Henry, for a nice little dress (maybe with black velvet trimmings?)

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  72. I've spotted really a lot of beautiful fabrics on the site. I like especially the fabrics from the scandinavian-and-folk-art-section of the shop, for example morning call breakfast. It would look great in our kitchen.
    Lucy

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  73. I would love to own a skirt out of Bonsai Bridge fabric from Alexander Henry!

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  74. Wow, it's so hard to choose! I'd love to do a cute shift dress in the Harajuku Peony, or a fun circle skirt in the yellow Asian Circles.

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  75. I cant pick jut one !! I love Festival of Winter, Koi with Lotus and Waves and Papillon Bleu. To be honest I love most of the fabrics on that site ! :-) I would like to see the fabric every day, so would make a skirt. Probably the Colette 'Ginger'. Fabulous give away, thanks ! x

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  76. Oooooo, another night drooling over Fancy Moon, just when I thought I was out - you pulled me back in.

    If I had some spare cash for a self indulgent project I'd treat myself to a couple of metres of La Vie en Rose by Michael Miller. I'd make some luxurious cushions for my bedroom and splash out on some expensive fillers - dreamy.

    s_mcinally@hotmail.com

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  77. i love thwe Ornament Brown, Echino by Etsuko Furuya for Kokka.

    It would made a cute wrap skirt or a line

    emisuess at att dot net

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  78. What a great store. So many lovely prints. I do love the Fairlyte bug hunt in vibrant. It's so deep in it's coloring.

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  79. I LOVE "April in Paris" by Timeless Trasures. This would be absolutely adorable in a button shirt with a bow collar!

    http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-type-1/printed-cotton-fabric/april-in-paris.html

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  80. I would go with Corazones Tea, Folklorico by Alexander Henry.
    Unsure how it would look on the bias but would looove a Jasmine blouse (Colette) with it.

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  81. Wow, I've never heard of them before so thanks for sending us their way. They have some seriously gorgeous fabrics. My choice would be
    http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-type-1/cotton-lawn/trios-fulham-road-alexander-henry-4100.html

    It would be perfect for a top or a little dress.

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  82. This is a tough request, ... right now I'd say my favorite is Yugyoku Chrsanthemums Red. The exact pattern that it would be made into requires even more thought. The fabric is to lovely not to get it right.

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  83. It's so hard to choose! After a lot of back and forth, I think I'd use the Farmdale Curio Natural (In the Kitchen by Alexander Henry) to revamp my living room with new pillows. Thanks for the opportunity!

    Tee

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  84. Is Echino allowed? I would love to turn this fabric into a simple A-line shift dress:
    Woodland Spring, Echino by Etsuko Furuya

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  85. Owl flower by Timeless treasures would make a fab dress for summer here. Thanks heaps : )
    jojoruns@live.com.au

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  86. Wow! I have spent a good coupl of hours drooling... need a drink of water now! LOL!

    I love that they have such a large range of different prints to suit everyone! However, picking one was hard...

    I love Trios, Fulham Road by Alexander Henry and would make a beautiful trans-season dress!

    My second choice would be Asian Circles Dark, Kaffe Fassett for Rowan westminster and again, a dress.... hee hee!

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  87. So many great fabrics on this site, thank you for the introduction to them and the giveaway :)

    I would choose the Millefiore Red, Kaffe Fassett for Rowan Westminster and make a craaazy blouse from it!

    candace.steiger@gmail.com

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  89. OMG! I'd just love that cotton lawn with the butterflies! Definitely would make a blouse out of it, it's stunning! Thanks to you and Fancy Moon Fabric for the generous giveaway!

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  90. I love scandinavian folk art east-pavilion paper cut red. I wanted to get an unique curtains for one of my window

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  91. OMG Wranglers Tea, Nicole's prints pin-ups by Alexander Henry soooo hot. I think they would look great on an apron but I would really love to wear them out so maybe a short summer skirt to show them off.

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  92. Eton Butterfly Black, Fulham Road by Alexander Henry, please.

    It would make a lovely summer dress.

    neighbourhood dot gal at gmail dot com

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  93. ~ * ♥ * ~

    I love love to win the forest animals in pink ~ I think that the fabric would make up the sweetest blouse, and it would look great with a circle skirt! I have my fingers crossed...

    xox,
    bonita of Depict This!
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    http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-theme/retro-1920-1980/forest-animals-pink-3233.html

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  94. I really love 'Ruby Star Teatime Jade' which I think is just crying out to be made into a 1950s shirt dress. It's such a great retro colour!
    My email is nanobynight at gmail dot com

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  95. You're a generous lass, Tilly!

    I've been over to the Fancy Moon site and there are so many cute prints (mushrooms, forest animals) but I'm going to stick to something I know I would definitely use - Dasha Azure has to be it : )

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  96. What a great site!

    Having looked through them all, I am going to suggest the one that made me laugh the most: 'All I Want for Christmas White' by Alexander Henry.

    I particularly enjoyed the description "Handsome and lusty, these festive chaps are sure to raise a smile on Christmas morning!"

    Although if I win the competition I might choose something else :-)

    Alison
    www.peggyspickles.wordpress.com

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  97. Oooh, buttons! Cupcakes! Wire dressforms! There are so many awesome fabrics that choosing a favorite is almost impossible, sooo... I guess I'd chose "Harajuku Lady Bright, Indochine by Alexander Henry" which is closely followed by "Imperial Kiku Red, Indochine by Alexander Henry" and "Cosmo Rose Stone by Cosmo Textiles"... The Alexander Henry fabrics would definitely become skirts... Full skirts. The Rose stone fabric would be perfect for a shirtwaist!

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  98. So many beautiful choices. I, too, love the fabrics on Fancy Moon. I'm loving the website changes. Easier to navigate.

    Okay, I'd love Dasha Pink, Fashionista by Alexander Henry. I'd love to make a sweet blouse or skirt out of it. And it'll fit in nicely with my fall palette :)

    Yay for great giveaways! Thanks.

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  99. I have spent so long looking at the beautiful fabrics and I have changed my mind on so many occasions but I think I have finally settled on Griffith Park Pink, In the Kitchen by Alexander Henry.
    I think it'd make so many cool things, I'd have a fun time trying to decide by looking through my stack of patterns.
    Kirsty

    kirstystewart1 at hotmail dot co dot uk

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  100. OOh, I love this store, SO many inspiring fabrics! I am hankering for an oriental top/ tunic/ dress of some sort & adore

    Yugyoko Chrysanthemum in red or

    Kyoto Geisha red by Elizabeth studios ....

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  101. More than a little smitten by the Imperial Red.

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  102. I love the Carousel Stripe Pink by Kayo Horaguchi for Kiyohara and I would make a nice, crisp shirt dress in it. Great giveaway!

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  103. Wow!!
    What a great giveaway!!!
    I chose:
    Play Dolls Cream, Sarah Jane for Michael Miller

    Thank u! :)

    ((mini_pheob@hotmail.com))

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  104. Wow, what a great selection. I reckon I'd choose Nutmeg Seeds Orange for a blouse or skirt.

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  105. I'll throw my name in, as I adore the tea cups fabric as well!

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  106. I'd really like to win Flower Sugar Rosebuds Blue, by Lecien. Thanks for introducing me to Fancy Moon.
    njones127 at tampabay dot rr dot com

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  107. Papillon Bleu, French Journal by London Portfolio for Michael Miller! Would make a beutiful dress!

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  108. the alexander henry cotton lawns are lovely.... the peacock print is very similar to some fabric my grandmother has. It would be nice to have some more of it!

    membertoAToberlinDOTedu

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  109. What a wonderful selection of fabrics! I've found three that I really like - all for very different reasons: Woodland Spring, Echino by Etsuko Furuya for Kokka; Cutie World Kitsch Border, Trefle by Kokka; and Zanzibar Lime, Zanzabelle by Alexander Henry. I can only imagine the comments and questions I'd get with a skirt made out of the Cutie World border print! (amy.ahearta at gmail dot com)

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  110. Ahhh! These are so gorgeous it's hard to choose. I really love the Dress Form fabric my Michael Miller.

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  111. Ooh Fancy Moon is a dangerous website to look at when you've just been paid! I think I'd go for the Fresh Catch in Jade by Alexander Henry, and make a pencil dress out of it. There's a Limb one with Koi carp on it that I've had my eye on for a while - it would be good to make my own version :)

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  112. There are so many great fabrics by Alexander Henry! It's tough but I would have to pick Au Natural Tea, Pin Ups as well. I'd make a cushion- sure to be a stand-out piece and complement the rustic decor of my home.

    j_vanwylick@hotmail.com

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  113. I love this fabric: June Bug Bright by Alexander Henry.
    it'd be perfect for a skirt!


    Ana Belén R.M
    fisiwoman(at)hotmail(dot)com
    Spain

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  114. Hi, I love it!!! Ive bben dying to make some pyjamas indouble gauze, I would use the Cossack Striped Candy double gauze.

    princess_katywhite@yahoo.com

    Thanks
    Katy

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  115. Awesome giveaway! (I may have a duplicate comment in here, but I don't think it showed up.)
    The best part of this post is that you just turned me on to Fancy Moon. I LOVE it! If I were to choose one fabric, I think I'd go for the grey bus stop echino print and maybe make a paperbag skirt out of it.
    sneakfuzz at hotmail dot com

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  116. I love Blue Bell or Little Green by Alexander Henry. I'd love to make a tote, pillow for my sewing room, or a vintage 50's dress out of them.

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  117. Whoops... just realized I posted as anon.

    I LOVE "April in Paris" by Timeless Trasures. This would be absolutely adorable in a button shirt with a bow collar!

    http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-type-1/printed-cotton-fabric/april-in-paris.html

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  118. Such a great giveaway! I love the Alexandar Henry Regent Peacock. I would make a great fitted dress out of it!

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  119. Such a great giveaway! I would love to make a cute fitted dress out of the Alexander Henry Regent Peacock!

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  120. So many of these fabrics are lovely! I would make a blouse out of Trios, Fulham Road by Alexander Henry.

    http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-type-1/cotton-lawn/trios-fulham-road-alexander-henry-4100.html

    Thanks for another awesome giveaway!

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  121. I love the selection of fabrics, I'll be visiting often!
    I'd choose Thunder Flower Red, Indochine by Alexander Henry to make a cool kimono style dress for fall.

    Tina
    Evangalene@ earthlink.net

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  122. I had so much fun looking through them all it was hard to pick one over all the rest but I really like the Koi with Lotus and Waves and think it would make a lovely corset.
    smolderingwickdesigns.blogspot.com
    kbroadd1 -at- gmail -dot- com

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  123. I think that Flower Garden Bunches in Pink would be absolutely gorgeous as a Crepe dress (Collette Patterns) or as this Vintage Vogue dress, and I also can't get past the absolute sweetness of Farm Fresh Root Cellar in Cream

    Thanks for the giveaway. :)

    caitlinann.c at gmail dot com

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  124. So many nice fabrics! I would love to make a dress with a fitted bodice and full skirt out of the Echino Woodland Brown.

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  125. I would love to make a robot dress with the Alexander Henry Ready Set Robot, Monkey's Bizness fabric! I have the perfect pattern to use for 2m of fabric too. Thanks for the opportunity to win! I'm tabathatweedie@gmail.com.

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  126. Oh wow! I didn't know Fancy Moon but am bookmarking right now! The only stumbling block is total stupefaction in the face of all that choice...

    Right now though, as I have to choose, I'd go for the Eton butterfly black by Alexander Henry.

    With it I'd definitely make a dress for my 4 year old, and 2 metres would also just about do a matching straight skirt for me too - something simple to show it off.

    And I'd try to cut the fabric leaving as many butterflies intact as possible, to beautify random items with applique.

    I so want to win this...! Thanks so much for such a fab giveaway!

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  127. Ooh - what lovely fabrics! Given the lovely UK weather at the moment my eye has reverted to summer - in which case Alexander Henry Fulham Road Bluebell would be amazing as a dress with a fitted bodice, boat neck and gathered skirt (Simplicity 2591 in other words), or blouse in Dasha Pink Fashionista perhaps?

    But my head also knows it's really October, and there i think you're right with Imperial Kiku - also Alexander Henry...also in a dress?

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  128. I have no idea exactly what I'd do with it, but I do love Los Novios Black, Folklorico by Alexander Henry

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  129. Amazing giveaway, thank you! :)
    I like a lot of fabrics, but my favourite is "Woodland Brown, Echino by Etsuko Furuya for Kokka"

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  130. It would have to be the Michael Miller Wing Study in Pastile - absolutely gorgeous!

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  131. ooh I just ordered from this shop for the first time recently!! I am TOTALLY infatuated with everything Alexander Henry does, so it'd definitely be something of theirs, probably the Dagmar Plaid Pink, because I had it in my basket then had to leave it out in the end. Even though I don't normally do prints OR sew garments with quilting cotton, I'd make an exception here and do a little shell top to really show off the fabric.

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  132. I absolutely adore Regent Peacock, Fulham Road by Alexander Henry. I think I would make it into a nice blouse!
    Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  133. I like Blue Bell, Fulham Road by Alexander Henry

    Anna

    anna_k67 at yahoo dot com

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  134. So many lovely fabrics - great giveaway - I think I'd like to make a skirt from Michael Miller's Bonehead Brown :)
    hillwards at gmail (with the dot and the com)

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  135. I love the Bicycle Purple, Echino Nico, I think I'd make a skirt, or maybe a bag, probably a skirt though...

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  136. So many lovelies!

    I would make a skirt of Nutmeg Seeds.

    http://www.fancymoon.co.uk/shop-by-theme/retro-1920-1980/nutmeg-seeds-green-3394.html

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  137. What great fabrics! I would make a blouse out of: Blue Bell, Fulham Road by Alexander Henry.

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  138. So cute fabric! I really like *Deer Valley Green*. Right one for a dress, isn´t it?

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  139. Trios by Alexander Henry, and yes I would make yet another dress!
    Thanks Tilly!
    Marta x

    martha81_bio@yahoo.it

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  140. I am totally in love with Alexander Henry's fabrics - my last purchase from Fancy Moon was Las Senoritas, which I made into a hobo style bag that I take everywhere.

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  141. Wow! So interesting! Tell me, please .... My favorite fabric is "saucy ladies" of course .... I would be happy with a shirt made ​​with my fabric and complement that with a tie - bow. Wonderful!
    My email.
    coutureatelier23@gmail.com

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  142. Thanks for sharing this gorgeous site - love finding new sources for fabulous fabric : )

    I'm in love with Regent Peacock - wouldn't it make a divine dressing gown?

    smaddaugh (at) yahoo (dot) ca

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  143. I need to make some pillows for my future new sectional...so either Harajuku Peony Bright or Imperial Kiku Red, Indochine both by Alexander Henry...but then I also adore the Lecien Stripes...

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  144. I love the Contented Cats by Michael Miller because I love kitties!! I can totally see myself making a cute skirt and an apron! Oooo what a great giveaway! :)

    irac.grgic@gmail.com

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  145. I loved the fabrics that are in store. I would be surprised with a romantic fabric suitable for making a dress for my 5 years old daughter.
    Aniway, if is necessary decided I will chose Play Dolls Cream, Sarah Jane for Michael Miller, lovely. Tks.

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  146. I've been in desperate search of the black Fulham Road Eton butterfly print for AGES, ever since fabric.com sold out of it. I'd try to eke a dress out of it, failing that it would probably become a skirt. Even if I don't win your giveaway, I'm grateful to know where to find this fabric!

    lynnel@gmail.com

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  147. Such a fantastic giveaway... I'm having trouble choosing just one ;) But I'll go with: Ojo de Dios, Folklorico by Alexander Henry - It's so colourful and fun... :)

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  148. I love the forest animals in sage...it would make a gorgeous bag, or the fairlyte Bug hunt Rich is amazing as well and would make a gorgeous dress or bag! xx

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  149. An almost impossible choice! I think I would go for the Papillon Cocoa, French Journal by London Portfolio as I am currently lusting over butterflies, and I would make a simple a-line or wrap skirt. Or a tote bag. Or a top. Or just sit and stroke it, maybe crying a little at the beauty...


    rach.porter@hotmail.co.uk

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  150. I love the Regent Peacock, Fulham Road, Alexander Henry. My 16 year old is really into peacocks this year and is painted one on the front of her dresser. I think I would make her a dress or skirt out of this fabric.

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  151. Uh, I'd OF COURSE want that Alexander Henry cat print, being a steadfast crazy cat lady!

    nicole.runde@gmail.com

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  152. I love the vintage inspired fabrics on this site! I would probably go with the "Nutmeg Seeds Orange, SE1 for Robert Kaufman" fabric, which is a nice, 60's-inspired fall fabric. I think it'd be a great fabric to make some home decor crafts out of. Thanks!

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  153. So many choices! I'd have to win to force myself to choose.

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  154. I think I would choose Wild Blue Yonder by Michael Millar which would make a great shirt for a small boy (well my small boy at any rate)

    (I'm also in love with everything Alexander Henry of which this site has in abundance (I shall be back !), but MM gets my vote on this occasion)

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  155. I'm big into red and autumn right now, so it would be the imperial kiku for me, made into a high waisted pencil skirt.

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  156. Oh oh oh! I'd choose Flower Sugar Rosebuds Blue, by Lecien and make a 50's peasant blouse and matching clutch with a tiny self-covered button. Thanks for the opportunity with this giveaway. :)
    [jinxbdevil@gmail.com]

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  157. Land of Aloha Pink by Alexander Henry
    I need a beach bag!

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  158. Too many great fabrics to choose from! I would love to make a top out of Regent Peacock, Alexander Henry. Thanks for the giveaway.

    caroline_poyntz [at] hotmail dot com

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  159. With too many to chose from, and being hooked on polka dots and flowers, I'd go for Flower Sugar Rosebuds Green by Lecien, and it would have to be a shirt dress. I think I will, even if I don't win the giveaway. Fancy Moon is great!

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  160. I really like Millefiore in Orange and in Tomato by Kaffe Fassett!
    sazzyfrazz at gmail dot com

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  161. I LOVE Dasha Pink Fashionista by Alexander Henry. Thanks for the great giveaway Tilly!

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  162. Fun contest! I'm pretty much in love with the Matryoshka Russian Nesting Dolls in cream by Kokka. I would use it to make either Amy Butler's Spice Market tote (with a red interior) or her Blossom shoulder bag.

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  163. Great giveaway, thanks!
    It´s hard to choose just one fabric, but it probably would be Dress Form by Michael Miller.

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  164. I think my favorite is the Morning Call Coffee. It would look pretty in my kitchen for pot holders or a table runner or an apron. I am new to your blog, btw, and just added it to my Google Reader.

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  165. Ooh ooh too much gorgeousness. But I would choose Fresh Catch Jade, Twin Peaks by Alexander Henry. And I'd try and squeeze a dress out of it. I've been working on McCalls 2401 and I've managed to make a wearable muslin out of two metres so I'd give it a go! Thanks for offering it up Tilly :)

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  166. I would choose the beautiful bird themed fabric that is shown on your site; I would make pillows for my sewing room, which overlooks my garden! Lovely! Linda

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  167. I'd choose the kitch outdoor girls and make some cheeky cushions for when we go glam ing next year. Saucy!

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  168. I love the Animal Face, Puti de Pome, Kiyohara, I think it would make a really cute top or skirt!

    sertyan (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  169. Wow, what gorgeous prints! I think I'd choose the Cosmo Rose Blue fabric. I could definitely see a lovely new blouse, or even a vintage dress out of that! And it looks to be in my color pallet!

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  170. Love the Dress Forms, by Michael Miller.
    ghainskom at yahoo dot com

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  171. Oh my goodness, it's so HARD to make a decision, because I love so many of them, but I think my current favourite has to be French Post. It would make the most wonderful cushion covers or curtains in my boudoir. If only I had a boudoir......

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  172. For me it would be the butterfly fabric...I love it in Anthropologie and would make a dress in homage.

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  173. I would love some of the 'Fifties Kitchen' fabric :o)

    So cool for aprons, and matching gloves, toaster cover etc..

    Please be kind enough to enter me in your giveaway!
    And what a fabulous place to shop Fancy Moon is :o)

    It was extremely hard to just choose one fabric :o)

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  174. I love the "Dill Blossoms Turquoise by Robert Kaufman". I have a pattern for a 70's tie neck blouse that I think would look awesome in this fabric.
    And, my boy friend is a musician so it would be fun to line one of his guitar cases with a "Pin Up' fabric, "Las Senoritas" would be excellent.

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  175. I'd choose "perch pink stripe" or "flower bed purple" from the echino collection. I'd use them for a bag and matching wallet.

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  176. I would go for the slinky Alexander Henry cats, for a nice quirky dress.
    demkoos@hotmail.co.uk

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