Monday, September 17, 2012

Giveaway: Stash Fabric Bundle

it's always fun to dig around in the stash and pick out a bundle of fabric for your next project. And luckily, Beth over at Stash Fabric allowed me to sort through her shelves (figuratively speaking!) and make a little bundle. It was so much fun, and I really love the resulting collection.

Stash Fabric Blogger bundle

I hope you agree!
There's a little bit of Chicopee, the Birds and the Bees, Field Study, Lilly Belle, Ombre Dots, Grand Hotel and Painter's Canvas.

Would you like to win one?

If so, leave a comment here and tell us:
How many fabrics do you like to see in a bundle?
This bundle has eight fat quarters, and for me, that's a good number. Although it's difficult to limit myself sometimes!

Please, just one entry per person, and if you are a no-reply blogger, be sure to leave a way to contact you! This post will be open until Thursday evening, and we'll announce a winner Friday.

Thanks for playing! And especially, thank you, Beth, and Stash Fabric!
If you don't win, you can find the bundle here!





Comments are now closed. Thanks for entering!

213 comments:

  1. Very nice bundle! I'm a big fan of blues and limes and I've been eyeing a few of those prints. :)

    I typically like to see 6-8 fabrics in a bundle. Any less and it feels limited and if there's more, it can overwhelm me a little.

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  2. I love bright, colorful, chaotic quilts so the more the better!

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  3. That's a beautiful bundle! I usually like bundles with 6-8 fat quarters, any more and I have a harder time chosing solids to mix in : )

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  4. For me, it's the more the merrier. I go for up to 20 different fabrics.

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  5. Such a gorgeous bundle! Of course it has 3 of my recent favorite prints, so that really helps (feathers, meteors and lily belle flowers). I'm a greedy guts so the more in a bundle the better! But my eyes are often bigger than my wallet, so something smaller like 8 fqs is great, and affordable.

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  6. I love your bundle, Jacey! And I think I agree with you. I think for an eclectic bundle that is from a range of lines, 8 or 10 is a good number for a bundle. If I'm going for the line, though, I want every single print.
    fooshe1@yahoo.com

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  7. I love larger bundles of fabrics. 8 is the minimum number I like to see, I think 12 fat quarters can make for a really nice quilt. Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

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  8. Awesome fabric choices! Love these colors together. The number of fabrics in a bundle totally depends on what I want to make (thought it's usually a quilt, let's be honest :), so I'd have to say I often go for about 12 fabrics to get a good mix. I love these 8 together, though! Perhaps the sweet spot has more to do with the fabrics themselves than with the number of prints.

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  9. ooh, so pretty! those colors are fantastic and there's even some of those meteors i've been meaning to pick up! i go way overboard when picking out fabrics... sometimes i might have 20-25 in a bundle. but i often whittle it down when it comes time to make a quilt. i think 12-15 sounds like a good amount.

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  10. Those fabrics are beautiful! I don't care how many fabrics are in a bundle-- if they all look good together, that's good enough for me.

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  11. oh yeah, these are beautiful. I think 8-10 are lovely, though I'm still really happy with 6 - obviously not enough for a very large project, but still good for the stash.

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  12. I think 8 is the perfect number - enough to play with, but not too overwhelming. I love this bundle of colors! :)

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  13. i think 8 is a great number :) and i love the bundle you put together!! totally "me" colors

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  14. I love this bundle! Such good colors and patterns. Personally, I like to see between 8 and 12 in a bundle. Just enough for me!

    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  15. I love your bundle! I guess that must mean that the perfect bundle size is 8!

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  16. I like 10 to 12. This lends itself to many quilt patterns, offers choice in patterns that require less and leaves some extra for stash. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  17. I'd agree that 8 is a good number. I love the fabric selection you put together.

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  18. Thanks for introducing me to Stash Fabrics. She has a lot of beautiful fabrics. It's hard to limit myself when buying fat quarter bundles. I am compelled to buy the whole collection!

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  19. That bundle is fabulous, Jacey! I never thought I would be saying that I adore feathered fabric, but I do! I also completely agree that 8 is a good number of prints for a bundle. That way you can get a good variety but not be excessive!

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  20. 8-10 is a great number to play with. love that feather print!

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  21. I would love to win this bundle. What a beauty! Thank you. Bev. Bevarnold123@comcast.net

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  22. Beautiful bundle! I love blues and greens together. My ideal bundle is at least 10 fabrics.

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  23. I think 6 or 8 is a perfect number too. I never buy fqb's of a whole collection, it's just too big. And I like things better mixed up like this anyway. Your choices are perfect!!!

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  24. What a gorgeous bundle. :D I'm in the 6-8 crowd as well, mostly due to cost. It seems like every bundle has some prints I'm less fond of, and I don't want to spend $70+ on a bundle that I don't love every single fabric. :)

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  25. I like 10. That way you have a bit extra to play around with! Lovely fabric selection!

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  26. This bundle is so beautiful! It definitely depends on the project I want to make, but I think around 7 or 8 is usually perfect.

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    I like 9 or 10 if I go for the whole bundle, thank you for the chance to win! ivana.tvrdonova@post.cz

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  28. Lovely bundling as usual! I think 8-12 fat quarters is a good number/size because it's still affordable, but it gets you most (if not all) of the way there on your quilt project. I'd love to win, and thank you both for the giveaway! safieh at gmail dot com (as if you didn't know).

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  29. Oooo that's lovely. I think 8 is a good baseline for a bundle...fewer and there's not quite enough variety, too many more and it can start to feel a little overwhelming. Yeah, 8 -10 prints bundled together makes for some quilty fun :)

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  30. I like 8-10 fabrics in my bundles. Just seems like a good amount?

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  31. I thought 8 is a good number, too, only to find out that many patterns use more. So it's difficult for me.

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  32. I like 8-10 as well - a few more if a couple are solids, though! (And I love when a bundle includes solids, since I don't have a local quilt shop that has a good selection, and I hate trying to guess by ordering online!). Thanks for the chance to win!

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  33. I love this combo. I would not have thought to put it together. I never know how many..I keep going until it feels done.

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  34. Such a fun bundle, I particularly love anything with aqua in it. I like to look at bundles of 8 to 10 prefereably with 1 or 2 solids in. It makes it affordable and still gives a good choice of fabric. Thank you for the giveaway.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  35. I love making scrappy looking quilts so the more the merrier. 8-12 is a good mix. I don't always end up using a bundle all in the same project anyway. It can get mixed in with what I already have. I think it's good to have a large selection at hand when starting a new project.

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  36. i think 12 is the perfect number. i like variety and i have a weird thing about multiples of 4. though honestly when i pull fabrics from my own stash i tend to pull a lot of fabrics and edit down to whatever feels right.

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  37. I tend to like at least 5-6 fabrics in a bundle, just enough to give you some solid options and one or two extra for a future project.

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  38. These colors are wonderful! I think bundles should fall in the 8-10 range. Any smaller than that and it would be a bit dull and any larger it would be a bit confusing to pick out all of the fabrics.

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  39. I like to make quilts, usually at least a throw size, so 12 works great, but 8 will do if I throw in some solids.

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  40. I think a bundle of 8 - 12 is just about perfect every time! I like you have a hard time limiting myself so the 12 probably happens more often for me when picking. This bundle is stunning! Thanks for the chance to win such a great bundle!

    Materialmoments@yahoo.com

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  41. I love bundles, 8 is perfect I think. I love fat eighths bundles too.

    Thanks for the giveaway! Missed seeing you this weekend. :)

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  42. I like to purchase between 8-10. That seems like a good amount to start a quilt project around. Thanks for the chance!

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  43. I like 8-10. I like to have enough to fill out a quilt. I do sometimes go for bundles that have 12 but only when I don't want to mix much in.

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  44. I like bundles to be between 8 and 10... so this is great :)

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  45. I think 10 is a good number. It gives me the room to remove 1 or 2 and I can still add a few and keep the feel of the original bundle.

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  46. Around 8 in a bundle because I tend to add from my stash to even things out. I love the choices you put in the giveaway - thanks for the chance.

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  47. I like 8-12, less and there really is not enough for a project, more and it gets too expensive. Love the bundle you put together

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  48. i like bundles of 8 or 10. i think it gives just enough. there are some lines that i want all of but i really love the mixyness of blogger bundles. i like that they are usually a little of this a little of that. ;) xo

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  49. This is such a gorgeous bundle!! I would say 8 - 12 is good! Thanks Jacey and Stash!!

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  50. I usually like between 8 and 12 fabrics. The bundle that I just got in the mail (Simpatico by Michelle Engel Bencsko) has 12 and it's perfect! It really depends on which fabrics are included :) I love the bundle that you put together!

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  51. i just ordered a bundle of 8 of christmas fabric thanks

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  52. Heck-Yeah 8 is just the right number in a fabric bundle,,,and you picked the perfect colors for me!

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  53. I'm going to say 8-10. Great picks!

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  54. 8 is great, but I think it depends on the project in mind. I usually like to work with 10 for some more variety.

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  55. i concur...8-12 is a great bundle!!! pretty fabrics! xo

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  56. lovely. as i am still building a decent stash, the more the better!

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  57. I like 8-10 fabrics in a bundle. This is a very pretty pile of fabrics!

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  58. I like 8-10 for prints. If its a solid bundle, maybe more like 15-20?

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  59. Hi Jacey! 12 for me please. Thanks for the fun giveaway!

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  60. I love your bundle! I love to see 20 in a fabric bundle.

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  61. 8-10, depending on the size of the project, but I always through in some solids! sguday@shaw.ca

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  62. 10-12 is my perfect bundle... And maybe more! In bigger projects I tend to use more, and also mix in solids. Love the fabrics!

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  63. Hi, I think 6 is good, though maybe 8 is better given what everyone else thinks...

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  64. I think I never buy a bundle with less than 8 fabrics. 10 oder 12 may be perfect for me.

    You made a great bundle with a beautiful color line!

    christina.winkens(a)gmx.de

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  65. Great giveaway!
    Eight sounds a perfect number to me!

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  66. Such a cute bundle! I'd say 8 is a good number, but depending on the fabrics sometimes a good bundle is as few as 4 and as many as 20!

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  67. I love this bundle. I like to see 6-10 fabrics per bundle.
    roseandlyn (at) gmail (dot) com

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  68. At least six. I look for a nice mix of flavors!

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  69. Actually, what I like to see in a bundle is a representative print/color/value/scale from whatever is in the design line. But in truth, more is better...

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  70. Eight is great - especially on the budget. I would LOVE to see suggestions in the description for coordinating solids to supplement the bundle. Thanks for the chance to win and for listening to what people want :-)

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  71. That's pretty funny, Jacey -- as soon as I read your question, I answered in my head, "eight." Then I see you agree with me. Great minds think alike!

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  72. I like at least 12 in a bundle. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  73. I saw this in her shop when I was browsing last night-so fun! You have such a keen eye for fabric coordination. I think 8-12 is a good number for a collection, but you're right, it's hard to limit sometimes!

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  74. I love getting 8 in a bundle and adding simpler patterns or solids to it. Thank you for a chance to win :)

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  75. I think 8 is a good number!

    I can be reached at mpdemiter @ gmail . com

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  76. I agree that eight is a great number of fabrrics to include in a bundle.

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  77. Excellent choices and colors! I think 8 is good. Certainly no fewer. But 8 strong choices and then maybe some subtle tone on tones or solids to round it out.

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  78. I think 8 is a good number! More is good, too!

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  79. Those are all gorgeous!
    I especially love the ombre dots and the painter's canvas :)

    I generally like to see 6 to 8 fabrics in a bundle because it gives you room to have a great variety.

    lucky.platypus@yahoo.com

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  80. I think that 8 is a good number in a bundle. Although 12 is nice too if there's a combination of prints and solids. Thanks!

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  81. I think 8 is the perfect number! It should be at least five, though, and no more than 12 (the exception being if you get A WHOLE COLLECTION). :)

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  82. That's a beautiful bundle! I like bundles with 6-8 fat quarters

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  83. I always like to have at least 8. Seems to leave more room for variety.

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  84. I think the more the better - 10 or 12 suits me great. thanks!

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  85. Thanks for the giveaway! I like at least 8 in a bundle, but probably 12 is my favorite number.

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  86. I like to have around 10-12 in general, but that needs to include some solids or VERY small scale prints!

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  87. 8 is fine...if they blend nicely or compliment each other in an eyecatching way! Too often too many makes for a busy quilt. Nice selection you put together here! I have just finished a quilt my local hospital asked me to make for breast cancer awareness month raffle in Oct.

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  88. I like a bundle with 8 to 10!! Your selection is great !! Thanks for the chance!!

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  89. I agree that 8 is a good number! It's enough for a quilt, but not soooo much that it breaks my budget :) as low as 6 and as many as 10 work well for me, too. I'm a beginner quilter, but am LOVING exploring new fabrics. Nice combo here :)

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  90. I saw that on the Stash page--very nice! I think 8 is a great number--it makes the bundle not so expensive and gives a good variety.

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  91. Hi. I typically like 8-12. More than that is overwhelming, but fewer and I feel like I don't have enough variety. Thanks!

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  92. I like 8-10. Too many more than that and it's hard to focus on the prints!

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  93. I like 10 fabrics in a bundle, not too many, but enough for a good selection. Thanks for a chances to win.

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  94. this bundle is awesome!
    And it's a little embarrassing how many fabrics I like in a bundle... not to buy of course, but when I'm making a color scheme! 8-O
    But I really like this one. :)

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  95. So I think bundles should come in a small and large size small 5 large 9 . I think odd numbers work better in quilts to prevent too much repetition of patterns. I might be over thinking things though : ) Thanks for the chance to win I love your choices.

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  96. Wow - what a great giveaway! I like either 8 or 9 quarters for a bundle. So much of it depends on what you're doing with it - a pattern might just need 8 and some extra for contrast. But, 9 might make a great big baby blanket in blocks.

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  97. I like the variety you get when you get a bundle of 12 or 15 fq's, but a bundle of 8 is a little more justifiable on the pocketbook! Thank you for the giveaway chance.

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  98. I would love this :) maydurrett@aol.com

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  99. I like 8-10 in a bundle so you have variety.Thanks for the chance to win this bundle

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  100. I love all of the 8 fabrics above so 8 would be a nice number for a bundle!! Thanks for the chance to win :)
    Cynda

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  101. I think bundles of 8 are good but when watching the budget, a smaller option is nice too--4 or 6 maybe.

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  102. I think 8 to 10 fat quarters is a great bundle. I love those colors!

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  103. I like anywhere from 8-12 in a bundle because you can have a variety without breaking the bank! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  104. I like about 12. You get a good assortment but it's still affordable.

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  105. I like the fat quarter bundles with the entire line in them; however, they are usually out of my budget. So I guess I'd say 10-12 probably would be fine. Thanks for the giveaway and the beautiful fabric :)

    Lissia Laehn
    heartland_embroidery@hotmail.com

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  106. I think 8 to 10 fat qtrs is a good bundle. I like your choice of fabrics. Thanks for the give away! rj2muchfun@aol.com

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  107. Hope I'm not too late ... bundles of 8-10 are enough for me otherwise I become overwhelmed trying to pick my solids. These colors are cool and cheery. Who wouldn't want to win this gorgeous bundle?

    I certainly would love to win :) These fabrics would make a perfectly bright quilt for my 96-year-old father's bed in the care home, add a little color!

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  108. I like nine. It gives you a variety and doesn't kill the wallet.

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  109. The more the better!
    sammypoohperkins@gmail.com

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  110. This is a beautiful collection. 8 makes a great bundle with enough variety to do something fun.

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  111. 10-15 is a good size, then there is enough to add 1-3 that really should NOT be there with the others, this adds mystery "why is that one there? It really doesn't match".

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  112. How beautiful! And 8 is my favorite number!

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  113. 8-10 is great. I like to see smaller bundles of 4 or 5 sometimes too. It's nice to add a little bit to your stash without feeling like you invested a lot. It's harder to break up the larger bundles.

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  114. I like anywhere from 6 to 10. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  115. Thanks SO much for the giveaway. I also like 8 to a bundle, although 6 is fine. 12 tends to get a bit too cluttered looking, depending on the project. I also love it when designers do the same prints in an alternate colorway.
    Thanks again!

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  116. I love the yellow and lime combination! Beautiful fabrics! I usually go
    for 6-8 fabrics in a bundle. It gives a good variety of fabrics. Thanks
    for the chance to win!

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  117. I like to see 6-12 depending on the project. 6 is great for making a couple coordinating bags (with lining) and 8-12 is great for quilting.

    joy@haworth.ca

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  118. i like having some variety in bundles - 8 is good, anywhere from 5-10 is a nice bundle. these colors are just great!

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  119. Looove the fabric with the feathers! I think 6-8 is a good number of fabrics for a bundle. :)

    debyeo at hotmail dot com

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  120. I think 8 is a good number. Also, a lucky number for Chinese!

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  121. What great fabrics! I think 8 is a good number. Six is great, too.

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  122. Is there such a thing as to many? ;)

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  123. hi..i think 6-10 is good in a bundle...ilike the fabrics..

    tq, ida rohaina
    aisy_da@yahoo.com

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  124. 8-10 is an awesome selection without being overwhelming and it gives you enough fabric to work with!

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  125. I like 8 to 10, personally. I always find myself buying more when I only get 6. These fabrics, by the way, really made me stop and look at them. They are my *favorite* colors!

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  126. Lovely assortment! I like 8-12 in a bundle.

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  127. I like 8 as a bundle. Then I just choose a couple of solids and run with it:) nelliefoley26 at comcast dot net.

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  128. Gorgeous bundle!! Love the feather fabric! I like bundles in all shapes and sizes.. I love to add from my own stash and so even a small bundle just gives you some direction to get going ;)

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  129. Really great fabrics - It just needs a couple of accent solids & away you go!

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  130. For me I'm unlimited...But 8 is a good number.

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  131. Well this is certainly a gorgeous bundle! I would like to see 2 bundles of 6 fabrics...both bundles coordinating...so you can buy both if starting a new project . . .. . or just one, if your stash is fairly similar.

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  132. I like large stacks! 12-18 with a few blenders/solids. Always gets me to buy more :)

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  133. Beautiful fabrics!!! I think 6-8 is good. :)

    flowerbubbleskids(at)gmail(dot)com

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  134. Love the color. I think 8 fats is a good number.

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  135. Love the color. I think 8 fats is a good number.

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  136. Love the color. I think 8 fats is a good number.

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  137. Love the color. I think 8 fats is a good number.

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  138. All of the fabric line if I am really in love with the fabric, otherwise, 7-8 is a good number and then I can add blenders in to fill.

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  139. I think I like bigger bundles, but love the simplicity of a well-put together smaller bundle of 6 to 8.

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  140. Love the colors and I think eight is just right!

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  141. I usually like to see between 8-10. I love the selection in the photo-those blues and greens are very calming.

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  142. I love the colors! I usually like a 8 or 12 bundle.

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  143. I love the colors! I'm so new at quilting I don't have any clue of was is a good number. The more the merrier, right? Thxs for sharing

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  144. I LOVE this bundle! I usually go for a 12 pack or more but, have gone with as few as 4. I am just a bundle junkie :) Thanks for the chance to win.

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  145. I LOVE LOVE LOVE your new website!!! Sorry if I am slow and you have had it a while. Also totally love this bundle you put together!

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  146. I really enjoy looking at this collection, such beautiful colors. I like about 6 or 8 in a bundle becuase a. I like even numbers, b. lots of colors and c. enough yardage to do most things i like to do!

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  147. I love the fabric you chose, they're all pretty. I'm new in quilting, I think 8 fats is good and better to start some creativity than 5 fats that I usually find in the craft store. Thank you for this giveaway!^.^v

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  148. Well it depends on what I a making, sometimes four is nice, for small projects. 12 is really fun though and give so many more combinations.

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  149. wow that's a great bundle right there, beautiful combination! I normally like 8-12 fat quarters in a bundle so I have a lot to work with and can get more creative! :)

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  150. That's a beautiful bundle. I like between 6-10 choices. Thanks for a chance to win.
    sunnieday4u at att dot net

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  151. I think 12 is a good number. My friend recently purchased a bundle of 12 for me to make her "something" so I was able to use those in a twin size quilt with other fabric I had on hand for sashing and borders. Perfect! And if quilting isn't your thing, you get even more fun fabric to play with for multiple projects!

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  152. 6-8 in a bundle would be a good amount

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  153. I like odd numbers, so a bundle of 7 or 9 is good. :) 9 is better, cause it is more ;) AND it is a perfect square (3x3). :)



    steveo underscore 47 at yahoo dot com

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  154. Bundles are great in any (high) number but I think any less than 6 would be too few. Great stash collection for a giveaway!

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  155. Love the prints! I personally like 8 to 10. I love variety of prints and colors!

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  156. I like seeing at last 6 fabrics in a bundle. I just found your blog via Maureen Cracknell's fb post. Nice to meet you! :)

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  157. 10-12 fq's make a nice bundle; it'll make a flimsy. love your fabric pick for this bundle ... thanx for the giveaway!

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  158. Great fabric bundle! I like bundles in the 8-10 range. Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  159. I like to have 10-20 choices in a bundle, but then don't necessarily use them all. The excess just goes into the stash.

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  160. Tempted to say "as many as possible" but I think 7 would make a good number - one for each day of the week.

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  161. Very nice bundle! I think 8 is optimum.
    leannlafave (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  162. I think I like bundles that have 10-12 different fabrics. I think it gives you more options to bring and play up more colors.

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  163. I would say 6-8 it makes it a nice selection at still affordable not to feel I am spending to much in fabric I am most likely to stash for a while, as one does!

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  164. I like 6 or 8 fabrics in a bundle with a good mix of colours.

    dfne(at)peterjh(dot)wanadoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  165. Great colors, i love it! 10 to 12 different fabrics are a nice selection to make a great project.
    ceciliammonteiro(at)gmail(dot)com

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  166. Nice fabric choices! I have several of those favorited on Etsy and it's cool to see what other fabrics you'd put with them.

    I like scrappy quilts and playing with more than one line. So, I like to see small (4-6 prints) bundles if they're all one line and larger (8-12) bundles if they're eclectic.

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  167. Lovely colors! I like at least 6 plus one for the back side.

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  168. I like lots of fabrics in a quilt - but may 8-10 in a bundle so I can enjoy pulling in several from my stash.

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  169. I like 10 to 12 fabrics in a bundle, and then I can pull from the stash for added variety. His helps to have a scrappy but coordinated look. Thanks for the giveaway. The colors are great. :-)) Mary

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  170. I think 6 fabrics is the bare minimum but 10-12 is probably. Thank you for the opportunity to enter your giveaway, beautiful fabric.

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  171. It´s lovely choice, I usually use 6 to 8 fabrics, I like more oragnized quilts so i don´t usually use more fabrics.

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  172. 8 to 12 would be my favorite!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  173. Eight is a good average, but its always good to have a variety.

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  174. I love this bundle - this is my favorite color combination! I think 6-8 fabrics in a bundle gives you a good variety. Thanks for the chance to win this beauty!
    ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

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  175. I don't usually buy bundles, I can't bear to have less than a yard! 6 or 8 seems good to me. Love this fabric!

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  176. Beautiful fabrics and colors! I like 6 or more fabrics in a bundle. Really a bundle of one fabric could make me happy if it is the right one.

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  177. Beautiful fabric bundle. When choosing fabric for a project I think around 6 choices in a bundle is a good number. Of course if one is stashing fabric then a bundle can be of any size. :)

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  178. These are beautiful fabrics and colors! Thank you! Diane Parks dineyparks at hughes dot net

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  179. Lovely bundle. I go for 6 to 8 choices. I like things simple.

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  180. These are great colors. I'd love to win these.

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  181. Fat Quarter bundle - 12
    Half yard bundle - 7-8
    yard bundle - 5-6
    Love those fabrics!!!

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  182. I usually like 6 or 8 fabrics - i like to add in solids so that's a nice number of prints!

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  183. I'm not sure...as I usually buy yardage. 8 seems to be the maximum. I just bought a Fat Quarter bundle with 10 and it seems like too much! Love these bright beautiful colours!!!

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  184. I would say 8-10. That seems to be a pretty good number. :) What a great giveaway. Such pretty fabrics! (bobster126@tampabay.rr.com)

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  185. What a beautiful selection. I'd say anywhere from 8-10...depends on the project, I guess. Thanks for the opportunity!
    beadsinbloom(at)hotmail.com

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  186. Eight is good, but sometimes, I like to see 10-12. Thanks for the chance to win!
    blessed.mama4 at yahoo.com

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  187. I have no idea...I'm not a quilter, but I love fabric! So I'm going to jump off the cliff with everyone else and say 8. :D

    snickerdoodlestew (at) gmail (dot) com

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  188. Good morning! I also prefer a bundle of 8 fabrics. I like scrappy quilts, but I also like some planning and deliberate choices of fabrics. These 8 fabrics are exciting together because the colors blend but the designs are bold. I would love the challenge of choosing the pattern and putting these fabrics together in a quilt.

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  189. I like 8-10, although more is good too, my eyes are bigger than my stomach when it comes to fabric!

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  190. I like to see 6-8 fabrics! I live these bright colors!

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  191. I think 8 is a good number for a bundle. Thanks for the opportunity!!

    ellyman23(at)gmail.com

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  192. I think 6 to 8 fabrics is a good number.

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  193. Hmmm, I don't really know... 8 or 10 seems sensible :)

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  194. I'd like to win! Thanks for the chance! I like at least in a bundle.

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