Thursday, April 26, 2012

Giveaway from Nauvoo Quilt Co!

This giveaway is now closed but the shop is still open...click over there to see more than 63 pages of AWESOME fabric choices!
Today's giveaway is from the Nauvoo Quilt Co!  Wait until you see their fabric......it's to die for!  One of you lucky reader's will be receiving a $25 gift certificate to pick out fabric.

I'd pick.....
this Wedgewood blue and red charm pack, or.....


this 1930's reproduction charm pack, or.....


this half yard bundle is right up my alley as well!



How to Enter.

Head over to Nauvoo Quilt Co's shop, have a good look around and then come back and leave a comment about what you would pick.  And you are in!  We will pick a winner bright and early tomorrow morning before the competition.

Happy  Thursday!




90 comments:

  1. I would have to pick up some of the Michael Miller Knits they have in stock. So soft and fun to sew with!
    Thanks for a great giveaway.
    Erin
    emstone28@gmail.com

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  2. the 1930s Reproductions, 5 inch Charm Pack has really sweet prints :D

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  3. The Michael miller fabrics had so many cute prints. I ❤ the flyin aces and the dala horses.

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  4. I would pick ink Blossoms Interlock Knit, Michael Miller. I am trying to learn to sew with knits right now, they have some pretty cute knits on their store.

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  5. Wow! So many fun fabrics! I'm loving the coral dot to dot and think it would make the cutest skirt or dress for my little girl.

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  6. Oh man, I love these fabrics - they are just LOVELY. I am mentally planning a quilt for my mom and dad's 40th wedding anniversary in August and I'm thinking that some of the beautiful charcoal damask fabrics would work in wonderfully. Thank you so much for the opportunity to enter!!

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  7. There are so many beautiful fabrics! I would pick a floral print. =) -Ashton

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  8. I love the Sunbonnet Sue...haven't seen that in years!

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  9. ooo boy--too many to pick from!!! I'd probably pick some knits and some cute boy fabric such as the Ready Set Go fabric :)

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  10. So many wonderful fabrics. I was so inspired just looking at them all. I would have to choose Tangerine Plaid, Apples on Aqua, Sorbet Lollipops and Retro Forest Life!! Heres to hoping I win!! :)

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  11. I love the Candy Swirly Gig by Michael Miller Holidays.

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  12. I would love some of their batik fabrics.

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  13. I would pick the Lorax Dr. Seuss bundle!

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  14. I'm actually more in love with the Dessert party!

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  15. I would pick one of the packs of solids. I can always use those. camigraham14 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  16. I love the 30s reproduction fabrics too!!!!!

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  17. I really like the 1800's shirting fat quarter bundle, that would make a perfect quilt for my living room. I would also love to get the 30's charm pack and make a baby quilt.

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  18. I just love the half yards of sweet roses and stripes from the "Flower Sugar" collection by Lecien Fabrics! They would work SO perfectly in my bedroom!

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  19. I live in Florida and it is going to be 90 degrees today but I would pick a pack of (peppers)the woolies. They just look so cozy and so BOY.

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  20. I need to have more basics in my stash so my choice would be the natural hankerchief linen.:)

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  21. I need to be making my daughter a quilt for next winter, Cream Summer Gardens, Michael Miller Sarah Jane would be so fun to work with.

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  22. Wow! I just lost myself in there for a while :) I would pick Flower Sugar, Folk Art Floral or HALF YARD Bundle, Lace Rose, Flower Sugar, Lecien. Gorgeous selection! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  23. I would hardly know where to start! I love the same vintage repros you do, and I also like the Little Roses on Yellow and the Dancing Bunny ABCs.

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  24. I would probably get one of the linens, like the natural handkerchief linen or the cotten linen denim, since I should start making getting more practical fabrics. But if I got something fun it would probably be the aqua racer strips or the brown robot.

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  25. I really like the "1920's Aunt Lindy paper dolls." It would be so fun for a little quiet book or something. I also love Kitties by Michael Miller, reminds me of a book I loved when I was little. So much fun fabric and so many fun projects!

    elissaricks@gmail.com

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  26. How to choose!?! I've been eyeing MM's Scoots for awhile. I think I'd have to go with that! Easybeingreen@gmail.com

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  27. An easier question would be, "what don't I love?" I love the Michael Miller retro prints, and the Dr. Seuss ones, but I have to say my VERY favorite is Aunt Lindy's paper dolls.

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  28. Thanks for sending me to the Nauvoo Quilt Co's shop. It is a great site and I love the selection of fabrics. I found several that I am not sure I can live without...LOL! A couple of my favorites are the ones that you have listed... Wedgewood blue and red charm pack and the the half yard bundle. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  29. Cotton Couture Solids for me! I need to build up my solids stash. :)

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  30. Really hard to choose! I think right now, I'd pick some knits. I've just recently started sewing with them more, and I'm really enjoying it. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  31. There are so many to choose from! I love the Chocolate Argyle, Bright yellow floral dot, Flying Acres Paper dolls, Bermuda ladybugs...to name a few

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  32. I loved the fabrics with stripes and flowers.
    They look like the Portuguese "chitas".

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  33. I've seen some really cute projects lately using Paper doll fabric, Girl Inspired's Quiet book being at the top of my to do list, so the Aunt Lindy's Paper doll fabric would be my first choice. Thanks!

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  34. Couture solids for me too, I have a tendency to go for the lovely prints and am sorely lacking in solids.

    -jaime

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  35. Great giveaway! I would pick the lecien lace rose bundle. What can I say - I have a weakness towards Japanese fabrics :)

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  37. The selection is incredible! Makes it hard to pick a favorite. :) I really need solid knits, but would probably give into temptation and go with Michael Miller's On Parade.

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  38. I would pick the HALF YARD Bundle, Dessert Party

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  39. I LOVE the Aqua On The Go Collection by Sarah Jane! So hoping to win!!

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  40. I would pick the "Deserts" half yard bundle.

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  41. All about the 30s repro! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  42. I pick the 1800s shirting bundle. I wish men wore more prints these days.

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  43. I'd go for a half yard bundle as I'm really enjoying making my own bags while having chemotherapy at the moment :-)

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  44. The 1930's reproduction and some of the patterns are sio cute.

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  45. So many great options, but I think I'd go with the 1930s Repro Charm Pack. So pretty!

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  46. Good Lord that's a hard choice!!! I guess I'd want one of the Dr. Seuss fat quarter bundles! Just imagine the awesome outfits you could make! My hubby would require something for himself I'm sure! Awesome selection!

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  47. Hello! I like the Solids Charm Squares by Michael Miller. Thanks for the chance

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  48. Oooh, charm pack of the cotton couture solids. For sure! They're gorgeous!

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  49. Love the vintage reproduction fabrics, or the knits look really nice!

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  50. I'm going dottie for Ta-Dots! Wonderful fabric selections at Nauvoo Quilt Co - a new to me shop. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  51. I went and looked I really did, but I really need another 30's charm pack in my life. thanks for introducing me to this nice shop.

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  52. I LOVE the Civil War Indigos! Really enjoying all the 1800s repros in this shop!

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  53. I would definitely choose some of the reproduction prints in florals and dots. So many great fabrics!

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  54. I love that coziest fat quarter bundle!

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  55. I would probably go for some 1930's reproductions. Especially the Evening Berry Vine.

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  56. Can I have that half yard bundle, too? It's soo pretty. I bet I could figure out something to do with it :)

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  57. Oh dear, I'm now in love with the vintage girls fabric. I don't know how I'll be able to resist temptation.

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  58. I like the breeze ta dot and couture cotton pack.

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  59. Garden Argyle, Remix in the 30s/50s repro fabric category!

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  60. Because I am expecting my first great nephew in August, I'd definitely pick some of the Michael Miller kid's fabrics or some of the great flannels. I think this shop is in my neck of the woods, too...@ an hour away is pretty close in the rural Midwest!

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  61. http://www.etsy.com/listing/73610805/dino-dudes-michael-miller-flannel
    I really need some cute flannel - or maybe http://www.etsy.com/listing/89846842/red-ladybugs-on-white-21-wale-cotton for some amazing pants for my little girl

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  62. Hmmm...the 1800s shirting bundle, or the penny pattern? Okay, both! :) Thanks for the give-a-way!

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  63. Oooh - I love the Old Script by Michael Miller Antiquity. I'd take some of that and I need to stock up on some basic Ta Dot colors, too :)

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  64. I would definitely pick the purple amethyst batik fat quarter pack to make a quilt for the little girl we are adopting, it would match her room which is already painted purple!

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  65. I LOVE the Flower Sugar Folk Art Floral Half Yard Bundle. I would love to make some scrappy dresses and skirts for my little one.

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  66. I LOVE the polkadot story book in red. I've actually had it on my list for a while now. Also love fat quarter hot chocolate bundle. Navoo Quilts has some of the neatest fabrics.

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  67. Oooooh, I'd want the Pink Cheeks, Icy Blue Skies, and Dark Cocoa Woolies Flannel Fat Quarter Bundle!

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  68. love the indigo map fabric and Little Floral on Green

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  69. I would pick something from the 1930's repro line...just not sure what. I LOVE them all!

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  70. I just love the linen vegetable garden!

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  71. I love the Candy Shop by Michael Miller. Too, Cute!
    Thanks!
    Christine
    dncshaha@yahoo.com

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  72. Cars on Green! Give me those cars!

    Vanessa@DesignsBySessa.com

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  73. Polka-dots! I would get lots of polka-dots!

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  74. Something pink and Michael Miller. Gorgeous!
    maryjowyse at yahoo dot com

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  75. Ooohh, so many gorgeous fabrics. I'd pick Earth Cars, City Centre, Print & Pattern, Robert Kaufman....lorlie at rogers dot com

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  76. I mostly sew for my granddaughter, so I would love a chance to win some gorgeous fabric. I would choose the 1/2 yard bundle of FLOWER SUGAR.

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  77. I'd have to get a mixture of awesome boys prints (which can be hard to find for me), like cars on green, gray bicycles, robots, tool shed ... love them all!
    joellemarie72(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  78. There are so many to choose from! I'm a sucker for reproduction prints, but I was oddly drawn to "Old Script in Gray, Michael Miller Antiquity". I can imagine it being a really cute pair of bloomers or pants.
    Thats my story and I'm sticking to it!
    Enjoying the competition thus far!

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  79. I'd love the Ivory Rummy, Walnut Hill Farm, Blend..what a great retro print and would look great on a quilt or even as kitchen curtains.

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  80. I'm not sure what I'd pick, but probably something by Michael Miller like the swirly gig or disco dot. Those cotton couture solids are really tempting too!

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  81. The Wedgewood Blue floral, and the L'il Ducky umbrellas!

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  82. Wow so many fun prints to choose from! Civil war indigo struck my fancy but also like the Dr. Seuss fabrics. We've been doing a lot of reading of Dr. Seuss books and watching Dr.Seuss books on video. It would be really hard to choose!

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  83. I'd 100% definitely choose the vintage Girls McCalls - I totally remember Betsy McCall from my childhood...yes, I'm old!

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  84. I love all the 30s reproduction fabrics!
    thank you!

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  85. I would probably pick Flower Sugar, Folk Art Floral, HALF YARD Bundle.

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  86. I would have to say some of the Michael Miller fabrics. I am decorating my twin daughters' new room in our new house and there tons of pretty girly fabrics in his collection. I also really love the large floral prints from Emperor's Garden for MY new room. Not too sure whose room I'll be getting fabric for if I win. ;)

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  87. Cars! Animals ! Thneeds! Owls! Forests! Mushrooms! Turtles! Whales! How can I pick! Delicious

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  88. I LOVE this repro sampler fabric http://www.etsy.com/listing/82000627/abc-quilt-top-panel-a-is-for-annabelle

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