Saturday, 7 September 2013

Liberty Hexagon Giveaway

Interested in a Liberty Hexagon giveaway?!  Well I'm Ali, from Very Berry Handmade, and I am so excited that Lynne has very kindly given me some space on her gorgeous blog to tell you about my emporium of Liberty Lawn loveliness - Very Berry Fabrics. I set up my shop because I love sewing with Liberty lawn, and I wanted to make it easier for other sewers, especially quilters, to buy little bits and pieces to play with. It's easy to see why me and my customers love Liberty so much...

Only Ditzies Please! Mini Scrap Bag of Liberty Lawn (little prints only...)

It's just so irresistible! I adore the prints, the colours and the soft silky feel of the fabric. I know that working with it can become a little bit of an addiction, so I try and keep my shop is stocked with an ever-changing selection of the choicest prints, both the classics and Liberty's seasonal collections, so that customers return again and again to get their Liberty fix.   I love combining prints to create colour-coordinated bundles, patchwork packs and cushion kits, but there's also the option for customers to put their own bundles together with my 'Build a Bundle' option.  My most popular products have got to be my scrap packs – you can choose between small and large packs, or you have the option of selecting just tiny prints with the 'Just Ditzy' option, or a gorgeous array of bright colours with the recently-introduced rainbow selection.  I've recently also started stocking pre-cut hexagons in 1" and 1.25" sizes , which are obviously brilliant for patchwork and applique, and for accessory making too. Here's a little clippy purse I made last year with some 1" hexies:

  Clippy purse with Liberty hexies 

Hexies are fabulous for applique features too - this is one of my zippy pouches, complete with hexie zip pull!

Liberty hexie and linen pouch 1 

The extra good news is that if you buy hexies from me, you also get free papers so that you can have a go at the wonderful traditional skill of English Paper Piecing, and I throw in a little ziplock bag for you to store your sewing in too.
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To celebrate the launch of the pre-cut hexagons, Lynne has very kindly agreed to host a Heavenly Hexie Giveaway for me! There are 2 prizes: 1 pack seventy of 1.25" hexies and 1 pack of seventy 1"
hexies. Each winner will also receive one of my gorgeous rainbow scrap packs.

All the colours... Liberty rainbow scrap pack

To enter just leave a comment saying what you might do with all the lovely Liberty fabric if you won. For a second chance to win pop round to my page and follow Very Berry Fabrics on Facebook and leave a second comment to tell us you have done so. And if you are really keen, then you can also sign up for the Very Berry Fabrics Newsletter too, and leave a third comment to tell us that you have. You have until one week from today to enter the giveaway when a winner will be picked randomly. Very good luck to you from Very Berry Fabrics!

443 comments:

  1. Wow!I would make 4 purses and tea bag pouches with hexies for each of my 4 sisters.

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  2. I have signed up for the newsletter too.

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  3. I may be mad but I think I'd lie down on my bed and let someone scatter them over me! Was that the kind of thing you were expecting??

    Otherwise a tote bag so when I next visit Liberty in London I could take my hexies visiting the fab fabrics there...sigh!

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  4. How lovely!!!
    I would LOVE to make some frame purses, together with some vintage linen ...

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  5. I have signed up for the newsletter too :)

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  6. Liberty fabrics are just lovely. I have only just been introduced to them. I would love to make a tiny hexi cushion so I could always feel the fabrics.

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  7. I'd like to make an extra fancy iPad cover.

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  8. I signed up for the newsletter.

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  9. I'm making a scrappy EPP quilt (it's going to take years, I know) and I'd love to sneak in some Liberty there.

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  10. How gorgeous. Thank you for the give away. I love love liberty and I am collecting fabric to make a quilt for me an hexagons! Marie (mlismore@optusnet.com.au)

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  11. I would love to make a liberty cushion covers (and maybe a pouch too) for a special friend who just loves liberty fabrics but doesn't sew :-)

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  12. I follow Very Berry Fabrics on FB (Deborah Gunthorpe)

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  13. Following on facebook. Marie (mlismore@optusnet.com.au)

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  14. Subscribed to Newsletter. Marie (mlismore@optusnet.com.au)

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  15. I already receive Ali's newsletter :-)

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  16. And I already follow Ali's blog and receive updates.

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  17. Would like to see Nicky win, and you make a personal delivery of the prize making a video clip of it all....could be a you tube success!!

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  18. I think I would have to lay it all on the floor and roll around naked on it, at least for a little while ;-)

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  19. and I already follow Ali's blog!

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  20. Those hexies are gorgeous, I've spent the summer holidays basting hexies so these would be a lovely addition

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  21. Hi I would make some bags and maybe cushions
    Lovely giveaway
    Thanks

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  22. Lovely! I'm collecting Liberty fabrics to make a quilt one day. I would use the little ones to make a pouch :)

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  23. I would either pair them with linen and make a tote and matching pouch or I would make quilt blocks. I've been considering an EPP, hand quilted quilt for a while now :)

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  24. Yay I am already signed up for your newsletter - love it!!!!

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  25. I already love Liberty and can certainly recommend Ali and Very Berry. I keep meaning to try hexies but haven't plucked up courage yet. Maybe this is the time to try. jennylarking@gmail.com

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  26. I am a Very Berry follower. jennylarking@gmail.com

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  27. And I am signed up to the newsletter :)

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  28. I also read the newsletter. jennylarking@gmail.com

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  29. Oh I think I would make a really special cushion for my Nana - she was the one who told me about Liberty when I moved to London. When I finally went to Liberty I walked around in awe :)

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  30. In all honesty I would make a quilt for myself. I am constantly making quilts for other people but I would love a Liberty quilt for me!

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  31. I am a Facebook 'liker' already - wonderful giveaway : Thanks for the chance and wow - such yummy Liberty.

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  32. Just signed up for newsletter too

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  33. Love these. I would make some bags for very lovely Christmas presents!

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  34. What a lovely idea! I really like the pouch and purse Ali made, so if I were to win one of these collections, I'd first make a cushion for my sewing chair and then use the remainder for a zippy pouch.

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  35. Oh, and I also follow Ali's Facebook page - so yay for another entry!

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  36. Gorgeous giveaway!

    I would make a diary / journey cover using the liberty prints (using tiny hexies) and linen fabric!

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  37. I would make a sewing purse.

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  38. I need some new pillow covers for my sofa. These fabrics would be perfect.

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  39. I'm making some autumn tunics for my little girl and was planning to brighten them up with some applique. The hexies would be perfect and gorgeous

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  40. I have no idea what I would make with the Liberty hexagons, but I would love to win them so I could see what quilting with Liberty fabrics is like. I've heard great things!

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  41. I would love to make a hexie quilt one day :)

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  42. I would live to make a cushion for my bed, a bag, a scarf, book cover, so many things!

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  43. I think I would make a bag with them...thanks for this chance.

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  44. That should have said "I would love to make" lol

    I am already a FB follower!

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  45. Looking forward to reading the newsletter, now that I am all newly subscribed.

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  46. I think that I would like to make a small framed purse from the hexies if I won. Thanks for the chance!

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  47. I've been dying to give hexies a go! I think I would make medium size zipper pouches for my girls and a wallet for myself! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  48. I like to throw in a little Liberty whenever I do a scrappy project. I also made some camera cases for my Mother and I using one of your scrap packs and some Essex Linen and can see more storage cases in my future for whatever I find that needs storing! Thanks for the give away.

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  49. I just made my first hexie pillow. It seems to be a big thing on the blogs and I enjoy seeing what everyone is doing with hexie's.

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  50. I love liberty! Thanks so much for this giveaway! Love hexies too!

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  51. I also liked your Facebook page. :)

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  52. I've been collecting tana lawn for a while now and am planning to make a quilt (something with plenty of background so I don't go bankrupt!) so I'd add the scrap pack to my small collection and make a cushion with the hexies.

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  53. I receive Ali's newsletter - thanks for such a great giveaway!

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  54. In about to start a scrappy Marcelle medallion so it would be perfect to sneak some liberty scraps into that! As for the hexies .. Better pop my EPP cherry with those!

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  55. And subscribed to the newsletter :-)

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  56. I love those hexies so I might try to do something with them on a simple background. I'm thinking placemats for my mom.

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  57. first, I would pet them and hoard them, then I would stitch them together and make a tea cozy, so I could see them everyday when I have my cuppa.

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  58. Stare at them for hours and hours... :) thanks for a chance!!!

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  59. BEAUTIFUL Fabric!! I would love to make some cute fabric pouches and bags as christmas gifts for my sisters!!

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  60. I "like" Very Berry Fabrics on Facebook!

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  61. I would use them to make some nested baskets with hexies appliqued on to them. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  62. I will make a HST lap quilt or a hexie bag. Thanks for the giveaway.
    jchiagan at yahoo dot com

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  63. I follow you on FB.
    jchiagan at yahoo dot com

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  64. oooooooo I think I would do a Lining for the inside of a Denim or Velvet Jacket. I love Liberty Fabrics, I'm making a dress from HEBE from the Linen Union 'Jubilee Collection'. It's just so beautiful to work with but you do find yourself stopping sewing to just sit holding and feeling the fabric lol

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  65. Now Following Very Berry Fabrics on Facebook. :)

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  66. I want to make myself a small purse. Oh how I love Liberty!!!

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  67. Signed up to Newsletter
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  68. I want this very much! I've never used Liberty fabrics but love their design! I think I would make a pillow and mix in a little Essex linen... I've also never done paper piecing but I'm very excited to try!


    Spolgar89@gmail.com

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  69. I am using my scraps to make a hexie quilt so I would probably add this to my quilt. Thanks for the chance.

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  70. I follow Very Berry on FB (linda Goulty)

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  71. I think a Liberty Hexie Star would be lovely to hang in my entryway...thanks for the chance Julierose

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  72. I think a Liberty Hexie Star would be lovely to hang in my entryway...thanks for the chance Julierose

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  73. I would make charity quilts. That is all i make and donate. But i have an income of less than four hundred dollars monthly on disability,so buying fabric is not an option. Kids would love these bright colors. babscorbitt@ gmail dot com

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  74. I just signed up for your newsletter

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  75. I like you on facebook babscorbitt@ gmail dot com

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  76. I sgned up for your newsletter babscorbitt@ gmail dot com

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  77. I already follow Very Berry on Fb.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  78. I saw a tutorial a few days ago for a pouch with a hexagon flap to take EPP on the road _ i would absolutely make one of those, and then probably a few pillows for myself and for gifts.

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  79. Hmm...I think I would make hexi flowers to be added to a large tote bag. Yep...that's what I'd do.

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  80. Thank you for a gorgeous giveaway. I would use them to decorate bags with as I love using EPP on bags.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  81. I've not worked with hexies before, so I think I'd start small with a pillow cover. Thank you for the chance!

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  82. I am now following you on facebook.

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  83. I love to make hexies, and this fabric is to die for. I'd make placemats so that I could see them every day.

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  84. And I've signed up for the newsletter. Thanks again!

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  85. I'd make a purse and add some to my sketch journal (make it a cover)...

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  86. Oh, I LOVE Liberty fabrics ~ I'd make a little zip bag and I'm sure a few other things as well.
    Such a generous giveaway ~ thanks so much!

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  87. I also get your newsletter!

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  88. I have never done paper piecing so this might be a great small way to start.

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  89. I love all things scrappy and I can see these prints as the center of a medallion quilt.

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  90. I already get the newsletter.

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  91. I would make a small wall-hanging

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  92. my guild had a paper peicing demo and this would push me to actually do some. Love Liberty, but the cost can be a little prohibitive in the US. Thanks for the generosity.

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    1. I saw a pillow with hexies and I would make that if I won... I think that I'll make it anyway because it is so sweet!!

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  93. Going on an appliqué course next week so going to be my new 'thing' to do

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  94. Wow what couldn't I do! Definitely take hand piecing away with me to try while we're moving countries adn I won't have my machine and with other Liberty I'd make luscious zippy pouches to gift!

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  95. I totally want one of those adorable hexie pouches! :) I've never done EPP, so it would be fun to give it a go too!

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  96. The little change purse is just so adorable. I think I would try to make something similar if I'm lucky enough to win!
    Thanks for the opportunity. Lovely fabric.

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  97. Signed up for the newsletter and all it's Liberty lovliness as well!

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  98. I love hexies on pouches and purses...that's what I'd do too!

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  99. Just signed up for the newsletter!

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  100. I would love to make a pillow!

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  101. oh, i love these! i think i would make a mini quilt for my wall...something i can look at while i sew. :) thanks for the chance to win!

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  102. i already like you on FB! yay for second chances!

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  103. and I would love to sew a bag for my doughter

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  104. and, i just signed up for the Very Berry Newsletter. :)

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  105. I think I would embellish a journal cover with these lovely hexies! Thanks for the chance to win and good luck on your venture!

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  106. I also subscribed to your newsletter. Good luck!

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  107. Lovely. I have been wanting a hexie tote bag and these are perfect!

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  108. I like Very Berry Fabrics on facebook.

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  109. I see some embellished dish towels in these Liberty Hexies' future.

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  110. Love to have them to add to various scrappy projects

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  111. Such a lovely giveaway! I'd be tempted to do the same as Nicky ;) and then I'd make another cushion!

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  112. Yes yes count me in! Wonderful

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  113. Your hexie pouches caught my eyes.
    I`d love to have them to add them to solid fabrics and make a wonderful lap quilt for me.Thanks.

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  114. Just signed up for the newsletter.Thanks for the giveaway!

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  115. How gorgeous are these fabrics! Love them! I would make a little mini to hang on the wall of my sewing room. Thanks for a wonderful giveaway.

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  116. I already follow you on Facebook! Thanks1

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  117. How Great! Hexies that I don't have to cut! I would love to get my hands on them and make an bright and beautiful hexie pillow!

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  118. I would have to make a clutch or small sweet bag out of them!! They are so beautiful!

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  119. I see a Liberty hexie tablerunner in my future.

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  120. I follow Very Berry Fabrics on Facebook.

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  121. Love your stuff - am following you on facebook and bloglovin already. I'd use some hexies for applique for a sort of grandmothers' flower garden quilt!

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  122. What a fun giveaway! Thanks for the chance! I would make a little pouch or a new cushion!

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  123. I think I would make a little zip pouch or a pillow, thanks!

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  124. Next Saturday, I will be taking Mickey Depre's Hexie class. So, I'd love to win these hexie shapes to practice what I learn in class. Thanks!

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  125. Wellllllll, your shop made me drool !!!! LOL. I love these liberty farics, they remind me of the time I was still young (and slim and not-grey , do I need to go on??)ROFL.
    I would use them to make new pillows for my 2 new comfy chairs.
    Thank you for a chance to win.

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  126. I'm following you on Facebook now.

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  127. And I've registered for your newsletter. To make the info as complete as possible, I'm following your blog now too with bloglovin' :-))
    Dutch greetings
    Dea

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  128. Wow! liberty and hexi fun! I would start sewing them together, and as it takes form, and I can see what size we're headed for, either a pillow front or table topper. I'd sew them all together so as not to dilute that Liberty loveliness with other fabrics! Thank you!

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  129. oh, and I receive the newsletter :)

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  130. What a lovely prize! If I won, this would a be a lovely present for mum :-)

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  131. A cushion for the Mammy! susangrier at hotmail dot com

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  132. Just started following Very Berry Fabric on FB.

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  133. I would make a pillow cover--they are so lovely!

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  134. Just signed up to your newsletter, thx. susangrier at hotmail dot com

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  135. I need a pretty needle case and maybe a little pouch to go with it for taking along my own hexi parts to work on while out and about

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  136. I signed up for your newsletter!

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  137. Oh yay! I've been wanting to try Liberty in a quilt.

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  138. I'm following you on facebook!

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  139. I have been searching and searching for some of this lovely fabric. One day I spent the entire day and never found a place that had such gorgeous colors and prints as is shown here. Thank you so much for showing us a reliable source for these lovely fabrics.

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  140. I've been eyeing these packs forever! I'd love to make little pouches and cushions :)

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  141. I would definitely make a little hexie purse like the one pictured. I have never worked with Liberty fabric and would be thrilled to win some. Thank you for the give-away.

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  142. I know EXACTLY what I would do with the hexies, if I won! They would go into my "hexie pelt" WIP (giddy99 on Flickr, if you'd like to see it). This would be an AWESOME win, as I'm trying to keep each hexie unique. :)

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  143. I follow Very Berry Handmade on FB (giddy99)!

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  144. I'd make a lovely little "tech bag" to keep all my device power cords neat and tidy in my roller bag.

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  145. I've just signed up for the newsletter! Thanks for the chance.

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  146. I have just 'liked' Very Berry Fabrics on Facebook.

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  147. I don't often enter giveaways but couldn't resist this one as I adore Liberty fabric and have just got into sewing lots of little hexagons with the intention of eventually having enough to make a (small) quilt. These would help no end and I love that you include the papers. Love your shop!

    thetialys@gmail.com

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  148. And now have signed up for the newsletter. Good luck everybody!

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  149. Gorgeous! I would probably incorporate them into a purse or pillow! Thanks for this opportunity!

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  150. Gorgeous fabrics! I have no idea what I'd do with them. Likely just keep them in a little bag and pet them from time to time until the perfect project called for them.

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  151. I love these, I keep drooling over them on folksy, soooooo tempted! Think I'd be tempted to sew them up then frame them for the wall! So pretty!

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  152. I like (love) you on Facebook.

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  153. Beautiful! Really enjoying your blog and your style :) is probably put it in a bag for my mom for Christmas :)
    Thanks!

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  154. Signed up for your newsletter and was amazed at how much information you have on it. I love your little woolen pieces. They are gorgeous. Your wool quilt will be nice and warm when you get it finished.

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  155. Oh love you're fabrics - would make a lovely new cover or my kindle

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  156. Great giveaway - I would like to make a little pouch.

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  157. Thanks for the giveaway! I would make an EPP wall hanging to add some color to the walls of my new apartment. I've been wanting to work with hexies for a while now and this would make me finally get around to it! I hope this is open internationally :)

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  158. What yummy fabric! I think this would be a delightful hexie runner!

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  159. I'd spend a long time stroking the fabric and showing it off to my friends. Then I'd make a flexiframe pouch.

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  160. I just love the feel of the Liberty of London lawn fabrics. I have been lusting after them for a while now but just couldn't open my purse. The hexies will make them more affordable. A lap quilt just for me is on my to-do list.
    Thanks for the great give away.

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  161. Hello Ali+Lynne,these are adorable!
    Would love to make that little purse too!
    Thank YOU for sharing!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  163. Your little clippy purse is adorable! I'm thinking I'd like to make a long scarf, with Liberty hexies decorating the ends. Then I could see them and touch them...

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  165. I follow Very Berry Fabrics' fb page!;)

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  166. I would make some place mats or doll blankets for the my nieces.

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  167. Thanks for the chance..!! I would make a baby quilt!

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  168. And I'm receiving your newsletter!

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  169. I follow Very Berry Fabrics on FB (Juls Ricci)

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  170. I just sign up! (colombojuliana@hotmail.com)

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  171. Thanks for a chance at the giveaway! I'd love to use the Liberty prints to make some beautiful small quilt pieces for my daughter and son.

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