Monday, February 17, 2014

"C" for Cotton Way



Hello! I'm Bonnie Olaveson, quilter, one half of Bonnie and Camille and designer of Cotton Way patterns. If you are new here, feel free to make yourself at home and look around! 

Welcome to the first day of the Spell it with Fabric Moda blog hop! 

 Each day of the hop you can collect the patterns for three or four letters in the alphabet, learn all about the designers with some questions Lissa has asked us to answer,
AND enter giveaways for some great prizes.
Sounds fun, right?

My block is "C" for Cotton Way, of course, and you can find the pattern for the C block here.


My "C" block has been on my inspiration board for awhile now and I have been trying to decide what to make with it. As many of you know, my daughter Camille has gone mini quilt crazy, so I decided to make a mini quilt for her, because her name starts with "C", and
 so she can hang it on her adorable mini quilt wall.
So now my "C" block has a lovely new home.



 Now for the questions:
My Letter - C
My favorite food - Chocolate, the ultimate Vitamin C

A place I have always wanted to visit - Cayman Islands

Somewhere I have been - Cape Town, Caribbean Cruise, California

Quote or motto I live by - Charity Never Faileth

Someone I know - My daughter Camille, she's pretty amazing!

An object, tool or anything you cannot work without - Cutting Mat

I love quilting because - It is Calming, Comforting and I would be Crazy if I didn't cut up fabric and sew it back together!
And by the way, I have the best job in the world!

For my giveaway, I have a fat quarter bundle of April Showers, thanks to Moda!
 

To enter, write a comment telling me what you would like to make out of it.
I have a few fun things in the shop made from April Showers if you need some ideas!


Ironing Board Organizer

Scrappy Placemats

Splash

Walking in the Rain
They happen to be on sale if you want to check them out, here.
 Use the code CW25, to get 25% off all patterns.
  Plus, I added more fabric bundles to my shop just in case you need a few more 
Bonnie and Camille prints.

Make sure you stop by 

American Jane  
Aneela Hoey
Bunny Hill 
 today as well.

Don't forget, all the winners will be announced on February 28.
See you then!
Have fun Spelling it with Fabric.
Bonnie

1,221 comments:

  1. Well, some of the aqua would get added to my Russian rubix quilt that is ongoing. And the rest, I would just have to find a fun new project for! Maybe some cute little bags or sun dress for my daughter. Or ... I know! A quilt! :)

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  2. A tonne of things! I'd start with the Walking in the Rain quilt and then a new cover for my ironing board - mine looks quite nasty at the moment. Any leftovers would definitely make some gorgeous zipper pouches for the present box

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  3. What a fun post! I love April Showers(also my birth month)! I would use the bundle for a Swoon quilt!!

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  4. Definitely would make May Flowers with April Showers - oh my - and I would have one more quilt off my bucket list combining two beautiful things - thank you #!}

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  5. That was a great post!! I would love to make an APQ quilt with it!! I love how well the colors in this line play! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  6. I would love to make Splash with the April Showers collection. Your "C" is adorable. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  7. Much as I love making quilts I spend most of my time in the kitchen, I would redo all my kitchen soft furnishings with April Showers. Beginning with a glorious apron.

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  8. I am SO in LOVE with April Showers! I've called several of my LQS and no one has the pre-cuts available. :( I do try to shop the locals first. Those little umbrellas are so adorable, I have woke up dreaming about them! I think that I would have to make SEVERAL things - one is not enough out of this line! *grin* I do want to make a quilt, and I think the Umbrella Quilt would be adorable, but some reason a dresden, churn dash or pin wheel is calling out to me. Your Ironing board organizer is a MUST do too. LOVE your "C" mini quilt! Thank you for the opportunity.

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  9. Too many things to list...... definitely a Walking in the Rain quilt..... and place mats or Rug Mugs, etc. with the scraps. Love this fabric and the "C"! Thanks!

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  10. First, it would sit awhile on my cupboard and I would just drool over. Then I think I need a Swoon. And Walking in the Rain. Perhaps Splash, too? If I mix it with some of your other lines (I have them all;-) But first I wanna make myself and ABC quilt:-)
    hildy(at)ebertzeder(dot)de

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  11. I was lucky enough to get Camille's new book for Christmas so I think I would have to make "Playground" or "Framed" with it!

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  12. I want to make the puddle jumping quilt!

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  13. For April Showers, it would have to be Walking in the Rain! It reminds me of one of the last few things my best friends and I did before we left college. It was after a baseball game, the sky opened up and we walked back, dancing and drenched in the heaviest downpour. It was the best day!

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  14. I would make another SWOON quilt. One just can't get enough of just one. With the navy in the April Showers line it would give it a completely different look. Actually, you can't go wrong with any of your fabric lines!

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  16. I would make a quilt for my daughter with it and then use the leftover pieces to make a quilt as you go bag as a gift. Any remaining scraps will go to my long term EPP hexagon quilt. Not much will be wasted!

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  17. I would make an Umbrella quilt, of course! Have loved this line since I first saw it - always catches me!

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  18. Beautiful projects. I would love to make a quilt because those fabrics are so pretty. I might have to whip up some fun accessories with the leftover pieces.

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  19. I would love a quilt from April Showers! You and Camille have the best patterns, right now I'm loving Swoon and Splash. Thanks for the chance to win.

    hlward500(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  20. I'd love to make the ironing board CADDY (changed the name from Ironing board ORGANIZER. :-)
    Also, I just found out that Camille is teaching the Swoon quilt at Quiltique in Henderson, and my sister lives in Las Vegas, and I'm hoping to take the class! The April Showers line would look wonderful in it!! thanks for hosting today!! Hugs, H in Healdsburg

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  21. I wouuld make Walking in the Rain quilt...absolutely love it :) Thanks

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  22. Just love your scrappy placemats and I think I would have to make some of them with that beautiful fabric bundle you have on offer! That and, I'd love to make a set of Camille's mini quilts... they are adorable!! Thank you for the competition! :)

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  23. Gorgeous fabrics! I would make a quilt and matching bed tidy for my daughter, it makes me sooooo excited just thinking about it! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  24. Love your fabrics! I would make Walking in the Rain. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  25. I would love to make swoon such lovely fabric

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  26. I would love to make some bright pillows for my lounge room - it needs brightening up!

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  27. I would love to make the Splash quilt for my grand daughters graduation gift, but I would keep it on my self for a week or so to enjoy it all stacked up. :)

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  28. I would love to make a quilt for my sister. The colors are perfect for her, and she loves your fabric collections. It would be such a fun surprise!

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  29. I love all your fabric ranges. If I was lucky enough to win your April Showers giveaway I would like to make Camille's Puddle Jumping quilt.

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  30. April Showers would be perfect for my plans to make some napkins, mats, coasters and cushions to go with the gorgeous new outdoor furniture that I just treated myself to ready for the move to our new house. Love your scrappy placemats

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  31. I would make a simple half square triangle design to show off the fabric.

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  32. If I won I would make a beautiful scrappy quilt with HST and squares. Love your fabric.

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  33. I would make a quilt for my granddaughter. The colors fit her bedroom! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  34. To start with I would just play with the fabric and admire it. Then I'd decide on a gorgeous quilt pattern. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  35. I would make a Fireworks quilt for my daughter. She is the youngest and has chosen her first quilt pattern for Momma to make for her. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  36. I would love to make a schoolhouse blocks quilt with it. It is such a pretty fabric line.

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  37. I just love the April showers quilt as well. It's been a very long winter here in New England. We need April showers. Thanks for a chance to win. I love all your fabrics. Diane

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  38. Thanks for the giveaway! I would make a Splash quilt!
    Love your fabric, I have all your fabric!

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  39. I would love to make a table runner. The fabrics look so fun.

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  40. I'd have to make at least one quilt with the collection to showcase all the fabrics. Then I would use the 'scraps' to make other small projects. "Splash" looks like a fun quilt to make!

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  41. I love the Splash quilt , as I see others do too! Of course what is Not to like? thank you !!

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  42. The splash quilt looks like lots of fun!

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  43. I would start with a new ironing board cover and then make a quilt of course. Fan4may at aol dot com

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  44. This line has such pretty, Spring colors in it! My daughter recently made a nice woven picnic basket, now she needs a picnic quilt, and this bundle would fit the bill nicely :) Thanks for a fun hop.

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  45. I would love to make "Walking in the Rain." I also would love a new ironing board cover and organizer. I love this fresh springtime fabric line!

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  46. Just love those cute umbrellas ... I would make Walking in the Rain quilt as I would get to use all of those lovely fabrics. Thank you Bonnie and Camille for another beautiful fabric range.

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  47. Love this block - my mum's a C and your mini quilt from this block would make a very cute addition to her workspace! I would love a bundle of April showers fabric... Your splash quilt and Camille's puddle jumping are both on my to-do list! We are desperate for rain here - so so dry and cows super hungry. April showers just makes me smile every time!

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  48. I would love to make the Splash pattern into a quilt. It reminds me of a block that was one of my Grandmother's favorites. Thank you so much for the chance to win this beautiful fabric!

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  49. May Flowers is my choice. Love your fabrics and patterns!

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  50. I would like to a mini quilt with the letter C as well. (Newly married, new last name) and I also would make mug rugs

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  51. Wow! There are enough fat quarters there to make a lovely springtime-looking quilt. Just beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  52. I love Walking in the Rain quilt so that is what I would make. It is just such a happy quilt!.

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  53. I would make the Round and Round. It just screams April Showers!! Or. Swoon, or Puddle Jumper, ugh... That's a tough choice!

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  54. I would hoard it for awhile before I even cut into. Right now I'm making a smaller Swoon from your daughter's shop so it would have to be different. I love Fly Away - it would look perfect. Thanks for the chance.

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  55. I am planning on making a mini Rain Check. I think it would look nice as a Flower Girl quilt, because after all, April Showers Bring May Flowers! And, BOY, am I wishing for spring right now! Also, I love it in the scrappy place mats as well! I just LOVE this bundle! :)

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  56. Add me to the list of people who would make a Swoon quilt.

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  57. I hang a quilt in my kitchen that match the holidays, birthdays and special occasions. I would love to make a quilt for raining days. It makes my heart happy to have lots of quilts around.

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  58. Love April Showers!! Your a Walking in the Rain quilt is adorable. Wouldn't mind making one of those!

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  59. Clever, creative, charming...
    Cheers,
    Carol

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  60. I think I would make a walking in the rain..such a cute pattern!

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  61. Oh I would use it to make the tone it down quilt. I've been trying to figure out what fabric to use but this would be perfect. That was fun getting to know your c's :)

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  62. I love your pattern for walking in the rain so I would definitely make that if I won! Thanks for the giveaway and the letter "c"!

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  63. Well, before I even saw that there was a giveaway, I thought I'd love to make that ironing board helper. Too cute! Thanks for the opportunity to win this fabulous fabric!

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  64. I would make a quilt for my sister Celeste and appliqué the letter C on it. Splash is my favorite of your new patterns.

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  65. I would make a lap quilt for a friend who has had way too many rainy day in her life this past year to show her what beauty can come from April showers :-)

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  66. I would love to make another swoon or pow wow quilt with it!!
    Thanks so much!
    cindy

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  67. I would make a table topper for Spring based upon a Swoon center block and the words 'Spring' spelt out around the four sides.

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  68. I love the ironing board organizer, that pin cushion is to die for, so cute!

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  69. Oh Walking in the Rain! It just fits this fabric so well!

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  70. I would love to make some sewing room things with April Showers, including thread catchers and pin cushions. Greetings from Oklahoma, USA crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  71. I would make an ironing board organizer and a swoon quilt. Thanks for all the beautiful inspiration. Prayers that you're doing well!

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  72. There's a Dresden plate quilt out there to be made. Love blue and green together. I definite want a quilt that says Springtime on it.

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  73. Love the bundle and would make the Splash quilt. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  74. I have Camille's Raincheck pattern and I would love to make it out of April Showers - just like she did! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  75. Ah!! I would make a fireworks baby quilt for a special little one due in may! How appropriate since April showers bring may flowers!!

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  76. A beautiful spring time quilt. I have a new grandchild coming and this fabric is so fun. Thanks for the chance to win it.

    suebennett1975@gmail.com

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  77. I'd love to make the swoon quilt. I've been so anticipating the release of this fabric! I can't get enough of the Bonnie and Camille fabric collections.

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  78. I would make Swoon with April Showers and maybe the mini umbrella quilt. Thanks for the chance to win April Showers.

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  79. Loved your new line since I saw the first photos.......sigh.....
    Love Camille's Raincheck and love your Splash pattern and I'm longing to make them this year.

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  80. I would make a quilt for my granddaughter using the Alphabet blocks. She will be old enough to learn her letters soon.

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  81. I love every fabric line you make. The colors are so light and fun. I have made a quilt out of all of the other Bonnie and Camille fat quarter bundles, so I think I would make the ironing board organizer and a thread catcher out of this beauty!

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  82. I love April Showers! I would definitely make a quilt for my 4 yr old with it. And I love those little placemats. I have loved all of your lines!!

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  83. I love the colorway of your new line. I'd love to make a brick path quilt for taking to the beach here in south Florida.

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  84. I would love to make the ironing board cover! Love this fabric.

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  85. I want a mini quit wall. Really great idea. cs from Iowa

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  86. Melinda MaierhofferFebruary 17, 2014 at 6:40 AM

    I would love the redo my Ironing Board and make the Ironing Board Organizer. I would also love to add the left over fabric to my Bonnie and Camille Farmers Wife quilt.

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  87. I would use it to make my Dwell quilt. I plan to make a regular size and a mini a version. I think the rain drop print would make a cute roof for one of the houses.

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  88. I'd either make a Swoon quilt, or some patchwork curtains for the huge windows in our bedroom. I live in England so curtains made from April Showers is very fitting!

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  89. I have two nieces who ask for quilted jackets when they outgrow the last one....so this would be perfect for their new Spring jackets! Beautiful fabric!

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  90. I love this new fabric and am so glad for the blog hop and the alphabet's coming out. They are going to be so fun. I would love to make your walking in the rain pattern and placemats and baby love. Well the possibilities are endless. thanks for the give away.

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  91. I love the Daydream quilt pattern, so that's an easy pick!

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  92. This is my first hop and I'm really excited about it. We were able to purchase my father in laws old home place about 3 tears ago. He was born and raised on that old farm and we are so blessed to have it back in the family. My father in laws great great great grand father built this farm. Enough of the history. I am making some kind of quilt for each room in the farm house (only 5) and all these colors are exactly the combinations I was going for. The Thirties look for a 100 year old farm house is to me Heaven on Earth.

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  93. I have three patterns I want to make: the scrappy placemats, all a flutter, and mini rain check! I ordered some April Showers charm when MQC had them as a quilter's daily deal and can't wait to get them!

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  94. I would use it for a dwell along table runner with matching placemats.

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  95. I would make a Swoon - I love April Showers - those umbrellas make me go "squeeeee!" :)

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  96. Oh, I would love to see some April Showers (tired of snow) - I haven't made a Swoon quilt yet and this would be so pretty.

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  97. I LOVE this fabric - we are about to build a home and these are the new colors for decorating! I would make your scrappy placemats and a quilt for our living room - something like a granny squared pattern!

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  98. I really like the ironing board organizer and would like to make one with the umbrellas fabric. Thanks for a chance.

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  99. I love this fabric. I would make your scrappy placemats and a May Flowers quilt, although I love all your patterns and any one of them would be great!

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  100. I would be very excited to win a bundle of April Showers. I think the ironing board organizer is genius, but I also love your Walking in the Rain quilt maybe I could do both. Thanks for the great ideas.

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  101. I love all your fabric and I would love to make your ironing board cover and organizer and I have Camille's Round and Round pattern that would look great in this fabric also. Thanks for the opportunity to win some beautiful fabric!

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  102. I would love to make some fun table accessories for the spring! And some pillow covers to match the livingroom.

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  103. I would make your May Flowers quilt out of your beautiful fabric. Love, love, love your fabric!

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  104. Love your happy fabrics! They just make me smile. I would have to make a lap quilt if I won these fabrics!

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  105. I absolutely love these fabrics! I think I would make your Splash quilt!

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  106. This is such a fun hop!!! I am thinking that I would make a lap quilt with this fabric with a pinwheel design. Thanks!

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  107. I would love to make an All A Flutter quilt or the APQ Tone it Down quilt.
    Thanks for the chance to win. I love April Showers!!!

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  108. This hop is off to a great start and am looking forward to getting all the letters. I would make a fun quilt with April Showers to put on my bed in my yellow room for part of the summer months...what a great addition it will be!

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  109. I would make a quilt using Camille's Vintage pattern from her book Simply Retro. I think this line would look great in that pattern! Thanks for the amazing giveaway!!

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  110. Love your new fabric line! I would have to make the Bloom quilt or the Puddle Jumping, and out of scraps I could make more mini quilts.

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  111. I love the Daydream quilt pattern and it would look really sweet in the April Showers fabrics. Thanks sew much for this chance to win. :-D

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  112. This fabric line would be a great introduction for this more traditional quilter to step into making something big and bold!

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  113. I am making baby nursery items for grandbaby 7, so this would be ideal, she is due in July. I have several new books and some classics but I always love your inspiration its so bright and clean, crisp..

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  114. Love that minis wall. Gotta start one of my own. Think the first quilt to go on my minis wall will need to be a C block. Cindy

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  115. Your fabric lines are always so delightful....I think I would make a summer quilt...thinking Splash would be the perfect one. Love the star in your C...so creative. Have a happy day:)

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  116. Oh I think I would make a new bag to hold all my sewing supplies while traveling.

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  117. I love Walking in the Rain! The collection is beautiful and I can't wait to get my hands on some of these fabrics!

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  118. I want to try the umbrella quilt! So cute!

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  119. I have the "Sweet" pattern and am anxious to find the right fabric for it. This bundle would be fun to use in that pattern!

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  120. I've been waiting for this new line to hit the stores so I could make puddle jump!

    Peggy in NJ

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  121. I don't know.... so many possibilities with this gorgeous fabric. Will have to gaze at it a while to decide !
    thanks for the giveaway

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  122. My (only) daughter's birthday is in April, and they are building a new home. I cannot think of anything better than decorating her home for her birthday - from the kitchen table runners to the quilt to snuggle under after the spring rains. nancy at nfleming@hrblock.com

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  123. Ohhh, what bright and happy prints. I would make a Dresden plate, wouldn't that sing in these wonderful colors.
    Latrice in Texas

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  124. I've always been drawn to fabric with umbrellas...so I would like to make a wall hanging for my livingroom with Walking in the Rain!

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  125. I do love April Showers, and I love your Splash quilt. I think it might be first on the list to make!

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  126. A pillow for my granddaughter Calliope! Love your fabric lines.

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  127. I would make a Ballerina quilt by Jaybird Quilts.

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  128. Oh my goodness, that Ironing Board Organizer is so fun!! I totally need to make one of those. I love April Showers and would for sure make an adorable quilt with it, right after the ironing board organizer ;)

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  129. I'd love to make a Swoon quilt with that fabulous bundle!

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  130. Such pretty fabric! I would make some mini quilts. Love those minis! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  131. I'd love to make table runner and place mats for spring!

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  132. I've had Jacobs Ladder on my bucket list for some time. This would be the perfect fabric collection for it!

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  133. The colors in April Showers are beautiful. They would be perfect for a quilt that I want to make for my daughters new apartment. She has a beautiful round table and I found an awesome round table quilt that is cheerful and is just calling for April Showers.

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  134. I am working on a quilt design about rain and stuff. Your bundle would be the final inspiration to get it on paper and tested out with April Showers. thanks for a generous giveaway and telling us about you and the letter "C":

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  135. I would probably just admire the bundle for while and display it prominently in my sewing room while I looked for the perfect project! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  136. I would love to make a pinwheel quilt for my new niece.

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  137. Oh my goodness ... I can see several things. I love the idea of the mini quilts with just a single letter. I think it would be fun to make one for each member of the family on their birthday this year! Then I think a fresh lap quilt to keep by my chair in the bedroom would be great. I have fibromyalgia, so sometimes I need to take a little rest in the afternoon to re-charge my batteries. Of course I always have a quilt there to cover up!

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  138. I would loooove this and would probably make a quilt & table runner with the scraps! So fun, thanks!!

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  139. I have been wanting to make some of Camille's miniature quilts. What better fabric to use in them.

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  140. I would love to make " Walking In The Rain".Colors are so very spring like and we need some of that here after all the snow

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  141. I love everything about this fabric line! I am obsessed with Camilles mini quilts. I would make a bunch! But I'm loving those scrappy place mats too!

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  142. I would make a happy new quilted table cloth and curtains for my kitchen. Thanks!

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  143. I would make something for my little granddaughter Stella, I know she is mine because she already loves quilts and wall hangings and she's just 9 months old.

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  144. Your Ironing Board Organizer is so 'Creative'…I can 'C' myself making one of those along with a few of Camille's minis with that beautiful fabric! Thanks for the sweet giveaway!!

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  145. Would you believe I haven't made a Swoon quilt yet? It's still at the top of my list and would be a perfect start to using this beautiful fat quarter bundle.

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  146. I'd make a quilt to hang over my stairwell railing. If I had any leftovers I'd use them to make a wonderful mini quilt like Camille's! Thanks for the chance to win

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  147. I would love to use your new April Showers bundle on your Baby Love pattern. I've been wanting to try the Scrappy Placemats too! Thank you for sharing!

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  148. I would make a quilt for Spring and a cute "C" pillow for my daughter, Cayla, to take to college in the Fall.

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  149. I LOVE April Showers! My monthly quilt gathering is going to make the 25 half square triangle blocks this spring. Perfect!

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  150. I love it! I may look at it before actually cutting into it! I'd probably make a tablerunner!

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  151. Walking in the Rain! I just love it and April Showers may be my all time favorite. Thanks for the chance and the wonderful "C" block

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  152. I love April Showers, thank you for a wonderful giveaway. I would love to make a Raincheck quilt, I have adored those umbrellas since I first saw them. I am also into making cushions at the moment so would love a cushion or two as well.

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  153. I would just stare at it for a while, I have a hard time cutting really pretty fabric. I have to build up my nerve.

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  154. Love this idea! I'd make a quilt, of course! I've been drooling over April Showers and can't wait to use it! Camille's On A Whim is calling my name! Thanks! -Jackie :-)

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  155. I would love to begin my own set of mini quilts!

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  156. It would be hard to cut into at first but I would most likely make a quilt with this beautiful bundle seeing that is my favorite thing to do :)

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  157. You girls are so cute! I'd make the new grand-baby girl who is coming April Conference weekend her quilt - April Showers fabric would be perfect!

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  158. I love April showers as well as all of your lines!! I would like to make a quilt from a jelly roll and those mini quilts--they are in my list too!

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  159. I would make a Swoon quilt for my bed with the April Showers fat quarter bundle!

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  160. I would love to make a lap quilt for my mother.

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  161. wow I would love to make that walking in the rain quilt. I love the bundle. Thanks for giving me the chance to win it.

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  162. I'd like to use it with another quilt I'm planning.

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  163. I would love to make a quilt with that lovely bundle...maybe Fly Away!

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  164. I would make something simple, maybe with just half square triangles, to be sure to show off the darling fabrics in this line! I love their vintage feel.

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  165. I am loving that scrappy placemat, cute! I also have a swoon quilt on my to do list and April Showers would be perfect for it!

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  166. I would love to make a firework quilt with this gorgeous bundle!

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  167. I would use it to make a Swoon quilt, I'm working on a mini Swoon now but for sure I want to make the full size and this bundle would be perfect!! Oh and every last scrap would be put to use for my on going diamond hexie quilt,,,,yay! Thank you for the chance.

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  168. I would love to make the mini quilts to show off all the different fabrics.

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  169. I am in the mood to try a dresden plate quilt. Wouldn't it be cool in April Showers.

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  170. I would love to make your walking in the rain quilt or Camille's puddle jumping quilt or start the all people quilt along. Thanks so much for hosting this awesome giveaway.

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  171. A quilt for my 1st grand baby on the way.
    Donna

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  172. April Showers is a beautiful line...been waiting for it to arrive in stores and have signed up already to do a BOM quilt using this fabric. I have my eye on several other quilt patterns and would use this bundle to do a second one. I have a long line of nieces at marrying ages and they are getting a picnic quilt and basket from their "favorite aunt"...haha. Maybe the favorite part is a bit much...but, if not already, a beautiful quilt using this fabric would catapult me.

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  173. I love to make mini quilts but with this beautiful collection I think I would make a "bowtie" quilt.

    Charlotte S

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  174. OK, this is my third attmept at a comment. For some reason. blogger wasn't accpeting them. I would make an ironing board cover from your pattern, which I own. I love your work Bonnie. Thank you for such a generous giveaway! Hope your health is improving. xx

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  175. What a fun giveaway! I've recently become addicted to the Bonnie and Camille line, and don't see an end to purchasing everything I can get my hands on! I've had my eye on this fabric line, and would LOVE to win! The projects I wanted to make with it are a swoon lap quilt, ironing board cover, and ironing board organizer. I think you both are fabulous people, and a huge inspiration for me! Thanks for the opportunity to own this beautiful fabric line! :)

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  176. I love your new bright and cheerful fabrics I would make the Walking In The Rain Quilt and if there are any leftovers I would make the ironing board cover. Thank you for your Blog I love seeing all of the beautiful projects and patterns you are making.

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  177. My son is expecting his first child and this would be perfect for me to make a quilt out of! Thank you for the generous giveaway.

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  178. I love your fabric and would make a quilt for my bed in my new log home in Arkansas.

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  179. I love your fabric! It's so much fun to work with, I would make the April Showers quilt.

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  180. Oh my goodness! I love this new fabric. I would probably make the April Showers quilt or it would be fabulous for a swoon quilt!

    Blessings,
    Jodi Connors
    mtnfamily2013@yahoo.com

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  181. The fabric is so cheery. I have made "comfort" bags for pediatric cancer patients --- this would be perfect!

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  182. If I won that many fats I would make a quilt! The tabble topper with the HST's is so cute I'd probably create a pattern incorporating them.

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  183. That bundle of April Showers looks just delicious! I think I would use it to make the letters of the alphabet, I am loving how the letters A, B, & C look so far. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  184. I would love to make a king size swoon quilt or a baby puddle jumping quilt for baby boy due in a couple of months! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  185. jan at jcmcenter@msn.com I would love to make an ironing board cover and a scrappy quilt with the navy stripe for binding.

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  186. Have been saving all your fabric lines to make a double wedding ring quilt; would love to add April Showers to the mix.

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  187. I would love to make a swoon quilt out of April Showers!!

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  188. I think those fabrics would make a lovely gift for my daughter and let her decide what she would like to make!!!!

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  189. Love all the colors. I for sure would have to make Cabin Christmas. I got the pattern a little while ago. Just waiting for the red and green stripes.
    Now, I also would love to make Splash and of course the scrappy placemat. As you can see I live it all. Congrats to you...
    Thank you for all you do!

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  190. I've been waiting for this line to hit stores so I can quickly make a fun spring quilt. I'm leaning towards walking in the rain! Thanks.

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  191. i was so inspired by your pictures on this post that i would make a baby quilt and a lap quilt of hsts for charity quilts i donate. thank you so much for your great giveaway. what inspires you when it comes to patterns? babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  192. I'd love to make May Flowers with your April Showers fabric. It's so bright and fun, and how can you go wrong with blue and red polka dot prints! Thanks for all your fun inspiration.

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  193. I would make the umbrella mini quilt that you did for Camille, that is too darn cute, I love it.

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  194. I would make the splash quilt and the scrappy placemat! Love them! Thanks!

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  195. I love the May Flowers pattern! You and Camille are a great team! In our society it is so nice to see a mom and daughter team work so well together!

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  196. I would love to win. I would make quilt for anew grand baby that is on the way.

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  197. I would make a quilt. I love those colors and I love the rain!

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  198. I'd make "Walking the Rain!" I've been eyeing it since you first posted it! Thanks so much for a chance to win! And thanks for sharing all your wonderful ideas!

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  199. I live in Seattle so the Walking in the Rain pattern made out of April Showers would be perfect!

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  200. my brand new sewing machine needs a brand new cover and this fabric would make me feel cheerful and ready to go even on the darkest day.

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