Tuesday, 12 March 2013

Liberty of London Giveaway And More...

Here in the UK we're very proud of Liberty of London and their beautiful tana lawn fabrics.  From an early age, I wore Liberty.  Here I am on the right in the picture, a bridesmaid with my two sisters at my Aunt Alison's wedding.  Dressed in Liberty lawn dresses made by my Mum.  My older sister, in the background passed out because of the responsibility of being chief bridesmaid.  My younger sister was shy, anxious and had to curl her toes to keep her ballet shoes on.  I was loud, cheeky, had a whale of a time and flirted outrageously with the groom's impossibly tall brothers.  


Fast forward a few years and imagine my excitement to see this new book, by Alexia Abegg, called Liberty Love.  There are quilts, pillows, clothes, pincushions and even a dog collar pattern.  All using beautiful Liberty lawn fabrics, often mixed with modern fabrics.  For a modern British quilter, this book is mannah from quilting heaven.  Mix quilts and Liberty and I'm pretty much sold. 


This quilt is on my next-to-do list - 100 Liberty cotton reels.  Quilt perfection. 


The above quilt inspired me to make this pillow for a Katy's birthday this week.  A scrappy Liberty cotton reel using Liberty pieces very kindly sent to me by Jo from the Organic Stitch Co and Julie from Procrasticraft.  


But the project from this book that has the whole of internet and instagram land jumping with excitement is the Marcelle Medallion, a modern Liberty sampler.  A few who have succumbed to its temptation are Cassie:




 My real life friend (and possibly the nicest person in the whole quilting universe) Mandy:


 Amanda:


And moi:


And how lucky were we in the UK to discover a brand new modern quilting magazine called Love Quilting And Patchwork, available in newsagents here and also in Barnes & Noble in the US which featured the Marcelle Medallion. 


And so to celebrate Liberty of London lawns, to celebrate Alexia's wonderful book, Liberty Love, to celebrate the Marcelle Medallion quilt and to celebrate the arrival of a fabulous new modern quilting magazine, I am having three giveaways in one post.  

1.   One lucky reader will win this F8 bundle of Liberty tana lawn from Jo at Organic Stitch Co.  


2.   Another lucky reader will be given a copy of Liberty Love courtesy of Stash Books.  In the US this will be a hard copy.  Outside the US, it will be an e-copy.  
3.   A third lucky reader will win a copy of Love Quilting and Patchwork Magazine which has lots of lovely patterns in, including the Marcelle Medallion.  

To be in with a chance of winning, let's keep it really simple.  Leave me a comment.  That's all.  The first winner will win the Liberty lawn, the second will win Liberty Love and the third will win the magazine!

249 comments:

  1. Love! Thanks for the chance :)

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  2. I got Alexia's book at QuiltCon and she was gracious enough to sign it for me. Now I'm obsessed with Liberty. Uh oh.

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  3. I have been wanting some Liberty for a long time. A fabric store I go to sometimes, has Liberty bolts in a cabinet, behind glass - no touching! It is just so lovely. Thanks for the chance!

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  4. That book looks like a treasure trove of good ideas. There s something special about Liberty fabrics. Di x

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  5. Have sewn with only a small bit of Liberty but loved it. Picked it up in an airport passing thru London ( I think) maybe 20 years ago. It took forever to get the nerve to cut and sew. It was lovely!

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  6. You and your sisters are adorable in in Liberty dresses!

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  7. Great giveaway - thanks Lynne!

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  8. Ooh, I'd love to win! Thanks! Great photo!

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  9. I've been trying to resist the temptation of the Marcelle Medallion. I'm growing weaker...
    nice giveaway!
    AmandaK@whatthebobbin

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  10. I love all things Liberty!

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  11. I just love the Marcelle Medallion quilt and I can't wait get started making it!

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  12. What a lovely photo, my mother also made some Liberty dresses for me when I was a kid, I can still remember the color and pattern very clearly. Love the fabric. Thanks.

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  13. I just love your bridesmaid story - the three different experiences, and the curling toes! And a great giveaway. :)

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  14. I bought the magazine and fell in love with the quilt, I have 5 projects that I must finish first though, as they are birthday gifts I can not put them to one side. Sigh.

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  15. the Marcelle Medallions are gorgeous! Thanks for the chance.

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  16. Thanks for sharing your wedding story. The fabric is gorgeous and the book looks amazing!!

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  17. Cute bridesmaids. I've never tried a Liberty Lawn fabric. I would love any of the prizes, thanks.

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  18. I love your medallion :)

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  19. So so beautiful. And I love the intricacy of this pattern!

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  20. Those quilts are gorgeous!! maybe one day I dare to make one :)

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  21. What an awesome giveaway!! I have been admiring these fabric, this book, and this amazing quilt so much!

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  22. Wonderful giveaway! Love the wedding photo.

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  23. What a fantastic photo! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

    motherissues at gmail dot com

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  24. Oh my goodness, so much wonderfulness in one post!! I'd love to have some Liberty someday :)!!

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  25. I love the little liberty dresses! I've been admiring all these quilts popping up all over too!

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  26. What a wonderful giveaway -thanks for the chance! My SO is from England and loves Liberty...it's in the blood!

    Elizabeth

    Lwghosts at yahoo dot com

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  27. how generous of you. the quilts are gorgeous!
    grace

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  28. I enjoyed your wedding story. :-). I haven't tried Liberty fabrics yet, but I would love to try some. The book and magazine look interesting too. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  29. Thank you for the lovely giveaway!

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  30. Love the Marcelle Medallion quilts popping up. Would love to be able to join in. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  31. Whoa! I've been brainstorming FOREVER on a quilt to make with my stack of Liberty charms, and that spool quilt might just be perfect. I haven't had the chance to pick up the book in person yet, so your giveaway is much appreciated. Now get sewing!:D

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  32. Eeeep. Love Liberty and your cushion is very cool! I would love to win!!

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  33. Gorgeous cushion! Katy's a very lucky girl.
    I have been resisting the Marcelle Medallion so far but am not sure if I shouldn't just give in to the urge. Thank you so much for a fabulous giveaway!

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  34. Love the quilts! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  35. wow - what a great giveaway! If I won the lottery, I would go out and stock up on Liberty fabric!!!!! Am so loving all the quilts, I've been following them on IG and they are truly stunning x

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  36. I'm terrified of the pattern but think it is so lovely!

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  37. love those haircuts - my and my 2 sisters all had the same fringe cut. i am hooked on liberty fabric! thank you for letting me be in with a chance...

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  38. Love your Liberty dresses for the wedding!

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  39. So loving the 100 liberty cotton reels quilt x

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  40. I love Liberty and the new pattern looks like a true delight!
    Thank you for the chance to win any of the prizes.

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  41. I guess I'm the only one who hasn't heard of Liberty fabric, guess I better get out of my gopher hole and look around!

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  42. Love the spools quilt! I can see why you want to make it.

    Thanks for the chance to win...crosses fingers.

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  43. i love all of these things! thanks for a generous giveaway and the chance to win!

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  44. The reels quilt is lovely, just right for a sewing person.

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  45. I have 2 yard of liberty lawn fabric that my Mother bought in the 70's I would love some more so that I can make a quilt with it.

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  46. Beautiful stuff, all of it! Love that picture of you and your sisters!

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  47. you forgot to say that the white sheet on the right of the photo is the vicar's bum. and if you do that spool quilt slowly, it'll be ready just in time for my birthday. Oh and when I woke up from fainting I was lying down on a gravestone, the only place to lie down near the church.

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  48. what a wonderful picture of you and your sisters!
    I love liberty too...
    isn't it wonderful that such traditional companies, designs and fabrics live on?

    Greetings,
    Tina

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  49. Liberty fabric, what a lovely idea. I remember when I was very little my mother had a precious silk scarf that was Liberty. I wonder whatever happened to it!

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  50. Besides a yard and a half of their Tana Lawn I bought to make a shirt from I haven't risked buying any - cause I promptly pre-washed with a less than colorfast dark blue material, promptly staining it all over :o

    I have to say, I REALLY love the colors you chose for your quilt, ALMOST enough to make me jump on the making one bandwagon, but I will still resist!

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  51. Hard to imagine you loud & cheeky............

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  52. I knew that Liberty is popular in UK, but I didn't know that in the past people sew so lovely clothes from it! So I'm not surprised that you're so proud of Liberty. It's some sort of your heritage, right?

    PS. You all three look so adorable:)

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  53. Thanks for the chance. I bought some Liberty charms last year that still need the perfect project to shine. :)

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  54. Love the look of the cotton reels quilt :)

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  55. Thanks for the give away!

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  56. Oh oh oh, how I would love to have some Liberty fabric toi call my very own! I would likely hold onto them and pet them for a while before I could convince myself to cut into them.... :)

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  57. Love how different each Medallion is. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  58. Wow - love those fabrics !! Great give away

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  59. What a gorgeous trio you were (are!) - so cute! I love the cushion you made for Katy and can feel that reels quilt calling my name, if you listen carefully you may be able to hear it...

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  60. Love your medallion, love them all in fact. And omg can totally spot you in that photo! Cutie :-) lol

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  61. I've always loved Liberty Tana Lawn. No visit to London has ever been complete without a visit to Liberty's on Regent Street, just so I can drool over the fantastic fabric department. I've been going there for forty five years, ever since I was a teenager in the sixties.

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  62. oohhh LOVE Liberty! That's a beautiful cushion :)

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  63. I'm a huge Liberty Tana Lawn fan. My hubby and I visited London last summer and I couldn't get enough! Thanks for the great giveaway

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  64. love the medallion quilts and love liberty prints. what a great giveaway

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  65. Knew which sister you were right away. You've not changed a bit!

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  66. Aww you all look really sweet. I love the spool cushion what a great idea and lovely way to show lots of different prints. William Morris was more obvious in our house when I was growing up, but nobody does those small prints like Liberty.

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  67. Love that spool quilt pattern...would really love to win Julierose

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  68. Loved your bridesmaid story! Thanks for sharing these lovely items.

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  69. lover your story-telling!

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  70. I have yet to get the chance to interact with Liberty lawn fabric yet and am inching closer to buying some because people on the internet are just raving about it. What is it about this Liberty fabric that people are so in love with? - the fabric quality? the prints? that it's British? I love some of the prints quite a bit so maybe soon I'll decide to get a little. Your pillow is going to be on my new project list and the Medallion quilt is a must to do for me. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  71. I enjoy learning how you Brits call pillows "Cushions" and spools "Reels". Coincidentally, I'm in the process of making my Baker's Dozen exchange blocks that have a "spools" theme. Have you seen Edyta Sitar's lovely Spools Quilt? The "Dancing Spools" quilt is also fun with it's 3D thread reels, made similarly as 3D bowtie blocks.

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  72. I love your wedding photo!! All three of you girls are adorable. Which sister is the one who got the YouTube quilt? Still want to make one of those! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  73. I have seen blog posts lately about the Liberty Love book and the Marcelle Medallion quilt. I would love to win one of your giveaway items.

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  74. I've been seeing that Medallion quilt all over my blogger dash lately. I'd love a chance to win any of these items. Thanks for hosting!

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  75. I have loved Liberty of London for years I have 2 retro pieces I can't cut into, just too beautiful. Great giveaway!

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  76. Love that picture of you and your sisters! I haven't known Liberty Love before, but this is surely interesting! :D

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  77. Would love any one of these prizes! Love love love Liberty!!!

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  78. What a great photo of you and your sisters! And what a generous giveaway!! Crossing my fingers and toes :)

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  79. What a fabulous giveaway! Love that picture of you! I was a bit cheeky at that age myself if I do admit it!

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  80. I just love the picture of you and your sisters. And you especially look both so happy and so full of mischief it makes me smile :)

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  81. Lovely. I would love to celebrate the birth of a new grandchild - at the end of the month. Perhaps a new quilt for the little one with some great fabric or a pattern??

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  82. I'm in! Lived in UK for 16 years --who did not drool over
    Liberty's? Thanks so much

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  83. This is one AWESOME giveaway! I hope I win, I hope I win, I hope I win!! Clicking of the little red shoes!!

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  84. HI! SUCH A NICE GIVEAWAY!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!
    HAPPY STITCHING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  85. What a funny story about you and your sisters as bridesmaids! Who in the UK is selling the new quilting mag, WHSmiths or Tescos? They're always a nightmare to find. :o)

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  86. Thank you so much for a wonderful giveaway! I'm keeping my fingers crossed.

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  87. I have been sooo tempted to buy the liberty book so I could start the Marcelle Medallion quilt- didn't know it was in this magazine so will be at WHS in the morning - great giveaway xx

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  88. Any of those three prizes would certainly set me to start my very own Marcelle!

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  89. Fabulous giveaway, thanks for the chance...will be looking for that mag when we come to the UK for a visit. Hugs x

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  90. All the prizes are just lovely!
    anu[dot]sorvali[at]luukku[dot]com

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  91. Thanks for the great giveaway. Love the bridesmaid picture!

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  92. Sign me up! I am quite smitten with that medallion in all its beautiful incarnations. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  93. What great giveaway! All little girls deserve a mom made dress!

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  94. I love the femenine touch that Liberty fabrics have. It's been great to see them featured in a lot of this seasons fashion trends too!

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  95. Oh you all look so young in those dresses.....I bet you would kill for the fabric now.

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  96. I was just looking at this pattern! Ooh, I hope I win! :-D This medallion quilt looks like a great scrap buster.
    Thanks for the chance.

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  97. Such a cute photo of you - love Liberty pillow and all of the medallion samplers too!

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  98. I'd love some Liberty just to see and feel it once! Thanks for the chance! The books would be great too!

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  99. Great giveaway. Love the bridesmaids photo!

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  100. Love Liberty of London fabrics! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  101. Oh I adore your childhood photo Lynne, cheeky grin and all!! Awesome giveaway, Liberty rocks! xo

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  102. Flirting outrageously with the groomsmen? Surely not, you look so sweet and innocenct ;o)

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  103. Thanks for the great giveaway! Love the cushion you made too - really gorgeous.

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  104. I love your Liberty cotton reel - fantastic! I bet Katy was delighted!

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  105. Oh how I would love to win some Liberty. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  106. I would love to see some Liberty in real life!

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  107. i succumbed and am awaiting the arrival of my book, trouble is i have hardly any Liberty in my stash, crossing my fingers here

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  108. This looks like such a neat book. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  109. would love to make some of these quilts just so pretty

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  110. What a great giveaway. I love Liberty!

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  111. Oh what beautiful prizes! That quilt pattern is amazing.

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  112. My first trip into London after having my little girl was to Liberty. I could quite happily live on their 3rd floor!

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  113. Great giveaway...Makes me want to go to London. Thnx for the chance to win.

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  114. I love liberty too, in fact I have a couple of those prints in my stash!

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  115. I would looooooove the magazine!

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  116. Fabulous giveaway! Thanks for the chance!! I would love any of the prizes!!

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  117. Such a lovely set of giveaways. The *second* I finish my xplus quilt I'm starting that Medallion.

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  118. What a great giveaway! Thanks, all the prizes are awesome :)

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  119. And who says 'middle child syndrome' doesn't exist! LOL! Lovely giveaway L! Jxo

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  120. What a fantastic giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win. I was just thinking about liberty fabrics today, I have never used any but would love to one day!

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  121. Thanks for sharing your love of Liberty. What a great giveaway.

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  122. Love that bridesmaids photo - it's easy to tell which one is you!! That quilt is stupendous. Beautiful stuff x

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  123. What a lovely give-away.Thanks.

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  124. Hi Lynn! Just wanted to say thank you for the chance to win and I hope you are having a great week!

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  125. I love Liberty fabrics! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  126. Love your matching dresses. Where are they now? Thanks for the nice giveaways!

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  127. I love Liberty of London prints and have for a few decades. My mother once worked in direct sales for a company that sold fabrics, and twice I splurged for enough yardage to make simple but attractive blouses. Twice in a lifetime. I've never seen them in any stores.

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  128. Love the fabric!
    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.
    :o)
    pippirose59 at gmail dot com

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  129. Lovely giveaway, thanks for hosting it! I would love to have some liberty it is so nice!

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  130. I must find the pattern and get started - they are looking so beautiful !!

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  131. I am loving the medallion quilts I have seen. I hope I can get the book or magazine!

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  132. Loving the Liberty collection .... Would love to win the magazine as not able to get here in Australia .... Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  133. Wow, I LOVE the picture! I was a "flower girl" in my aunt's 1972 wedding, but we were in hot pink VELVET (LOL)! :)

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  134. Amazing giveaway - thanks! I love your medallion quilt and I love liberty fabrics!

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  135. Awesome giveaway! Awesome pillow! And amazing quilt! Thanks :)

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  136. Bet you wish you still had the bridesmaid dress...a couple of yards of lovely vintage Liberty for your stash!

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  137. Even though I only know what you look like from photos, I recognized you immediately in that one!

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  138. Oh my! I have been absolutely coveting the book--or the pattern! (and the fabrics would be wonderful too!) If ever a giveaway was designed just for me, this would be it! Thanks for the chance!!

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  139. You three look so adorable in your Liberty dresses! What a lovely photo. As for the giveaway...smashing!

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  140. I have been watching the medallion pop up everywhere on Instagram, they are beautiful! Great giveaway!

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  141. Gosh I so love seeing photos like yours! All three of you matchy-matchy and cute :). I have not even touched liberty fabric but so need to right? I am contemplating the quilt that NancyinSTL mentions by Edyta...your spool pillow may take its place.

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  142. I have been jonesing for this book since the first time I saw it. Thanks for the chance!

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  143. I have yet to see a scrap of Liberty in person - now I know I am really missing out. Thanks for the great giveaway chance!

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  144. Winning any one of the three would make me giddy. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  145. Yummy fabrics, great pattern!

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  146. Love your bridesmaid dresses! Thanks for the chance to win, I'm still a Liberty virgin

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  147. I love the Liberty collection ...
    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!!

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  148. Man oh man! Ideal would be 1,2 & 3! I still remember the first time I even saw Liberty - at a quilt shop in Boston. I was going to buy a ton of it until I saw the price! I still wish i had splurged for a little!

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  149. So many beautiful possibilities.... Thanks for the chance to win!

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  150. I have loved seeing the Medallion quilts on Instagram. I would love to win any of this. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

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  151. Fabric looks lovely! Thanks.

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  152. I have never seen a Liberty fabric in person. And I really really want to!!!! I have seen the medallion quilts all over blog-land, they are amazing!

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  153. Thanks for the chance to win. It would make me very very happy!

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  154. Wow such beautiful fabric!! Thanks for such a great giveaway!!

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  155. What a cute picture of you and your sisters! I would have been the one that passed out. ;)

    I've never even seen Liberty fabric in person so I'd be thrilled to win any of the prizes. Thanks so much for the chance to win.

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  156. Fabulous giveaway! I would be happy with any one of the three. Thank you.

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  157. We've had spring weather for 3 days in a row! I'm ready to try anything. Thanks.

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  158. You are so generous! Thank you for offering!

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  159. oo what an awesome opportunity! thank you for this chance to win

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  160. I have had a love affair with liberty fabric since I was 10 and my mum bought some on a major sale and made it into piping for a jumper for me. I loved the jumper and was very upset when I grew out of it and had to hand it onto my sisters.
    Now I would use the fabric for quilting not clothing but I still love liberty - it is my dream fabric to own.

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  161. What a lovely giveaway! Any one of your fab choices would do...( love the pillow for Katy)

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  162. I love Liberty fabrics but have never really known how to use them in patchwork, but now I'm really tempted.

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  163. I love Liberty fabrics as well, and their department store in London. The Liberty Love book is definitely on my wish list!

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  164. Oh yes please! I desperately want to make the Medallion quilt.

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  165. Oh yes please! I desperately want to make the Medallion quilt.

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  166. This book looks fabulous, I have been admiring the marcelle medallion all over blog land. I bought both of my sisters a book called 'The Liberty Book of Home Sewing' for Christmas which also has some lovely projects in. I regretted not buying myself one every since!

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  167. Would love to make the Medallion! Thanks for the chance!

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  168. Great giveaway!!:D and it's lovely to see your bridesmaid photo:)

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  169. A trip to London is not complete without a visit to Liberty's!

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  170. So many entries! Mind you, it is a gorgeous set of prizes.

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  171. My favourite is the cotton reel cushion. I'm currently aiming for a cushion a month, and might just have to try out this design!

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  172. I have to say, the Marcelle Medallion has definitely captured my attention. I might even be brave enough to give it a go. :)

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  173. I've been seeing these quilts all over Instagram. They really are gorgeous.

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  174. I love Liberty fabrics, and would love each of those prizes. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  175. You and your sisters look so sweet in your Liberty dresses.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  176. I love Liberty's. Thanks for the chance

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  177. Thank you for the chance

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  178. I LOOOVE Liberty and love the picture of you and your sisters - very sweet

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  179. you've a right to be proud!!

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  180. I love Liberty fabric and have fond memories of lots of dresses in childhood snaps like your own. You haven't really changed much! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  181. Lynne, I would be delighted to win any of these lovely giveaway items, thank you for the chance.

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  182. Drool, drool, drool.....
    Thanks for the giveaway chances!

    susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  183. So lovely! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  184. I am a huuuuge Liberty fan and I love the Carline design which is hard to find now but I see is in the giveaway bundle. I am joining you in celebrating all those things available in the U.K. as it makes a nice change!!
    Thanks for the opportunity.
    Lynn
    thetialys@gmail.com

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  185. I still regret not finding the Liberty store on our recent trip to London. Must go back!!

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