Monday, 14 March 2016

Giveaway Mondays - Oakshott Fabrics

This week's giveaway comes from Oakshott Fabrics who are giving away this beautiful Forest Fruits fat eighth bundle inspired by s​trawberries, raspberries,​ ​cherries,​ blueberries and blackberries​.  Just like berries, these shot cottons shine and change colour as the light hits them from different angles.


To be in with a chance of winning this beautiful bundle:

1.   Leave me a comment letting me know what you would make with it.
2.   Sign up to the Oakshott newsletter which you can find at the bottom of their homepage by clicking here and let me know that you have.
3.   One extra comment for each share of the giveaway on social media.

This week's And the winner of last week's giveaway from Elephant In My Handbag of this gorgeous 5FQ bundle of organic Anya fabric from Monaluna was chosen by random number generator and is Janie!

 

284 comments:

  1. I would make a baby quilt for my 8-month old daughter.

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  2. I signed up for the Oakshott newsletter

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  3. I would make a cheerful set of placemats for my kitchen table! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  4. I would make some pouches with this gorgeous bundle!

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  5. I subscribe to the Oakshot newsletter!

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  6. I signed up for the Oakshott newsletter.

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  7. Shared the giveaway on Instagram (@veroniquewithaq)

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  8. I shared the giveaway on Instagram!!!

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  9. If I won this sweet bundle I would half it, keep half for myself and share half with my secret sister for a retreat this summer!

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  10. I've signed up for the newsletter!

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  11. I would make a beautiful quilt!!

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  12. I receive the Oakshott newsletter

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  13. I would love to add this to a quilt i'm making for my mom.

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  14. I would love to make some summertime placemats. Thanks!

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  15. I'd love to make a quilt with these fabrics and colours as the starting point. Thanks for the chance.

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  16. I need a beautiful modern quilt in those gorgeous colors!

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  17. And I get the newsletter already :)

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  18. And I get the newsletter already :)

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  19. I would use them in a modern quilt project.

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  20. I'd have to make something quilty.

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  21. SHARING THIS NEAT GIVEAWAY WITH MY QUILTY FRIENDS!
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/187110559496103116/msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  22. I am always making baby quilts so the fabrics would be used that way. I LOVE the rich colours.

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  23. I'd make a baby quilt with HST's!

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  24. HI,I'D ADD A BRIGHT WHITE WITH TINY BLACK DOTS AND SASH THESE BEAUTIES FOR A NEW QUILT FOR MY GRANDDAUGHTER! THANKS TO YOU+OAKSHOTT FOR SHARING A GREAT GIVEAWAY!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  25. The colours are gorgeous and I would use them to make butterflies with grey as the background fabric.

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  26. RECEIVING OAKSHOTT'S NEWSLETTER !
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  27. I receive the Oakshott newsletter.

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  28. I would make some tree blocks this is the perfect fabric for it.

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  29. Maybe a hexi quilt! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  30. i would make a mini quilt inspired by gwen marston

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  31. I'd make a lap quilt with this beautiful collection, those colours are yummy!!

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  32. I'm already signed up for their newsletter.

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  33. My little pink and purple daughter is in need of a quilt. That's what I'd make with it.

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  34. I shared on Google+ (no clue how to get the link... Sorry)

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  35. I would include these wonderful berry colors in a quilt. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  36. Signed up for their newsletter and to follow their blog. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  37. Perfect colors for a new summer quilt, mixed in with some polka dot prints!

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  38. Pretty fabrics! I could make some napkins and baskets. I also like the idea of an fruit bowl still life made in applique.

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  39. Oh how pretty! I have been looking for these fabrics and haven't found them at a shop near me yet. If I were to win, I would use them for a quilt for my office.

    Thanks for the chance!
    Sandy A

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  40. I already get the Oakshott newsletter!
    Sandy A

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  41. I would make a table runner with these beautiful fabrics and I already get the oakshott newsletter. Thanks for this beautiful giveaway

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  42. I'd love to make a lone star quilt from these gorgeous oakshott fabrics. I already subscribe to their newsletter. Thanks Lynne, great giveaway

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  43. I would love to make a modern quilt, black background, with 4 or 5 paper pieced stars in a single column towards the right hand side of the quilt, so that there is a lot of negative space.

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  44. Just signed up for the Oakshott newsletter.

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  45. Something for me, a quilt, pillows, a jacket. Its gorgeous.

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  46. This colourway is right up my street and I need some new cushion covers in the lounge, as I have dogs and have to wash them so regularly or they get covered in black fur! I might try some of the splendid sampler blocks and add them together for the cushion covers.

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  47. I already get the Oakshott newsletter - I loved the rubies diamond quilt I did of yours,which introduced me to their fabric at first

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  48. I just tweeted about it, as I'm more than happy to recommend Oakshott to everyone

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  49. I would make a modern Cross/Plus quilt. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  50. I already receive the Oakshott newsletter. Lovely bundle. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  51. Love Oakshott fabric and have subscribed to the newsletter

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  52. I would buy some more and make a quilt!

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  53. I would make a modern quilt crystalbluern at tds dot net

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  54. I have subscribed to Oakshotts newsletter crystalbluern at tds dot net

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  55. I'm signed up for the newsletter - I'd make a 'summer fruits' table runner!!

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  56. I would make a quilted tablerunner with this bundle :)

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  57. Gorgeous!
    I'd make a quilt for Rosa!

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  58. I already subscribe to Oakshott's newsletter

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  59. I subscribed to Oakshott Fabrics newsletter :)

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  60. Would make a quilt for my Grangirlies bedroom! Her FAVE colors!!! Mmmmmm... Thanks for chance to win them!! :D

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  61. & I already get the Oakshott Newsletters! :)

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  62. This fabric says "teenage girl" to me and I've got 2 of them - maybe a modern, super-cool lap quilt?

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  63. I would make a vinyl portfolio using a 9 patch pattern recut to show off all the beautiful colors. I have signed up to Oakshott.

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  64. I shared on pinterest. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/37717715607704308/

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  65. I shared on twitter. https://twitter.com/CrystalblueRT/status/709451349272993792

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  66. I shared on facebook https://www.facebook.com/debra.neiman.1/posts/780640612037511

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  67. I signed up for the newsletter! :)

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  68. I would make some lovely, cheery placemats for my table!

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  69. I think this fabric would make a lovely bag or a one large block baby quilt!

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  70. I think I will make some pillows with runner and some bags.
    In signed up for the Oakshott newsletter
    In shared the giveaway on my blog :-)

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  71. These colours are great! Would love them in a quilt.

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  72. I get the oakshott newsletter.

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  73. I think this bundle screams unicorn quilt

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  74. I am signed up for their newsletter

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  75. I tweeted
    https://twitter.com/Archiewonderdog/status/709459596927172608

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  76. I think I'd make a couple of cushions, and then some pouches with any bits which were left!

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  77. I love this bundle...perfect color range for a large appliquéd lily project I have started. I already receive the newsletter. Thanks, Linda

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  78. I get the oakshott newsletter.

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  79. I would make a modern quilt using cotton linen as the background.

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  80. I think this would make a fab plaid quilt. I am really keen to make one

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  81. Oooh! these colors are so gorgeous! I would make Jaybird Quilt's Boomerang quilt!

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  82. A quilt for my grand-niece. It covers her range of favorite colors quite nicely. Thanks!

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  83. Would make some quilted placemats.Have signed up to newsletter

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  84. You mentioned berries... I think some paper-pieced berries in some new, spring placemats would be lovely!

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  85. I would make a beautiful quilt, maybe for me, not sure what pattern I would use. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  86. I subscribe to the oakshot newsletter.

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  87. These colors are so gorgeous and go perfectly with a sister quilt I'm planning!

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  88. I signed up for Oakshott newsletter.

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  89. I'm in the process of making la passacaglia quilt, predominantly in black and white, and I think a stunning superstar rosette in glorious pinks and purples would make a huge statement, wow!

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  90. And to my downfall, I subscribe to the oakshott newsletter, and succumb occasionally to the temptations presented therein!

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  91. I would use these blocks to start an Amish churn dash quilt that has been whispering to me recently.

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  92. I would use them in a quilt I'm making for one of my granddaughters.

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  93. I think this fabric would be perfect to start an Amish style churn dash quilt. I've had one percolating in the back of my mind for a while now. Such pretty vibrant solid colours.

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  94. Those colors are so yummy. I would use in some improv wedge curve quilting I'm doing right now. I am signed up for newsletter.

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  95. I would over come my fear of using pink by making a mini quilt, let's do this!!

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  96. I would make a table topper.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  97. I'd make a lap quilt for me. I'm not sure what pattern yet - that would take some serious research but I'd like to use black as a background to really highlight the wonderfully strong colour saturation.

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  98. Such beautiful colors- would definitely make a quilt! Thank you!

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  99. I am on Oakshott's mailing list!

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  100. I do already receive the Oakshott newsletter.

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  101. I would make a summery quilt with this gorgeous bundle!

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  102. Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com
    https://mobile.twitter.com/ClaireIain/status/709503245048221696

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  103. I would make a quilted tote bag x
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  104. I already revive the oakshott newsletter .
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  105. Baby quilt for a new niece!

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  106. I would make a star quilt for my niece, she loves pink and purple.

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  107. I would love to make a pretty quilt for my niece!

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  108. I do love Oakshott fabrics!! I would definitely use these in a quilt, but not sure what pattern. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  109. I am signed up for the Oakshott newsletter.

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  110. I would like to make an Irish Chain quilt.

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  111. I would have to sit down and design something new. Those colours are amazing. Thanks for the giveaway. Tarnia.hodges at gmail.com

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  112. Beautiful! These colours would fit right in with an EPP project I'm working on!

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  113. :) Beautiful bundle! Thanks for the chance.

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  114. So tasty - I'd make a quilt for me!

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  115. I love to pick berries ; both in my garden and in the forest. It's a wonderful time spending in reflection and planning quilting. I have signed up for the newsletter as well :-)

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  116. I'm currently working on my bee block when I'm queen in May and these would work wonderfully in the block I've chosen. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  117. A sunset inspired quilt, picnic size for lying out under the stars.

    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(Dot)com

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  118. I would use it in a rainbow quilt.

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  119. Purple is my little sister favorite color so sure I`ll make a quilt for her with these beauties.

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  120. Stuff anyone else. These gorgeous fabrics would make a set of cushions for *me*! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  121. I get the Oakshot newsletter!

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  122. I've never made a "non-print" quilt before, so this would be a great opportunity. Such fabulous colors!

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  123. I can picture some sort of sunset themed quilt

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  124. I get the Oakshot newsletter!

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  125. Gorgeous colors!!! I would make an improvisationally-pieced quilt.

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  126. I already subscribe to the Oakshott newsletter.

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  127. I'd make a beautiful quilt for charity.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  128. I signed up for the Oakshott newsletter.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  129. I have another bundle of Oakshott fabrics in the darker, more muted shades. I would pair these bright, happy colors with them to create a beautiful quilt!

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  130. A quilt, for certain! Pbstrand@msn.com

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  131. Oh I would make a wallhanging for my friend Patty who really loves those colors!!

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  132. I would combine these luscious fabrics with some floral prints and make a quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  133. I've signed up for the Oakshott newsletter. Thanks again!

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  134. I shared this on Twitter. Thanks again!

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  135. I'd love to make something to show off all the time, like a purse.

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  136. I get the Oakshott newsletter!

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  137. I've never seen Oakshott in person, but what I've heard is that it is awesome for a quilt. jarvenpa1ne(at)gmail(dot)com

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  138. I would use it in a quilt. I love Oakshott fabrics. They are right next to Liberty fabrics in my book.

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  139. Yes I get the Oakshott newsletter.

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  140. I am currently making the La Passacaglia with all Kaffe fabrics and shot cottons...my shot cotton stash is very small so these would be wonderful for me! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  141. I would like to try making a bargello quilt/tabletopper. These colors would be striking.

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  142. I get the Oakshott's newsletter.
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  143. I would like to make a bag with the lovely fabric!

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  144. I already receive the Oakshott newsletter.

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  145. I shared the giveaway on Instagram, @notqnot

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  146. These are gorgeus colours of Oakshott's special fabrics! I would make a quilt continueing my this year's challenge with curves. Thank you for a chance to win! x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  147. I shared in twitter.
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  148. These beautiful fabrics are screaming "Modern" so I would try my hand at something modern for myself. Thank you for this lovely giveaway!

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  149. With such yummy colors, I would make a zippered tote bag for my granddaughter to take to gymnastics class.

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  150. I would mix it with some prints in a quilt

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  151. I already get the oakshott newsletter

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  152. I am already signed up for the oakshott newsletter

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  153. I would make a throw for my favourite chair

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  154. I am signed up for the newsletter! Churcae(at)auburn(dot)edu

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  155. I would use them for cushion covers-they would really warm up the suite

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  156. I would love to use these gorgeous fabrics in an art quilt I am working on!

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  157. What a fab bundle, I love these fruity colours. I would make a bargello quilt - have just made one in similar shades for a wedding present, but I want one for myself! I'm already on Oakshotts mailing list and enjoy receiving their emails.

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  158. I'd use these lovely colours with some prints for a(nother) Swoon quilt. Thanks for the chance.

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  159. I've signed up for the Oakshott Newsletter.

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  160. I think a table runner might be in order. Thanks

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  161. I already subscribe - thanks

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  162. Believe it or not my man has actually adked me to make "more blankets for the walls, they look good on walls"... lòl (blankets. *cringe*)

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  163. This bundle is so bright and pretty! I would make a new set of pillow covers with it. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  164. I receive the Oakshott newsletter. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  165. I would make a bright and cheerful wallhanging to show off the beautiful fabrics.

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  166. These colors are perfect for my sister so I would make a quilt for her.

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  167. I get the Oakshott newsletter.

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  168. My fabrics always go into some sort of a quilted project, whether it be a quilt, kitchen or table accessories, bags and totes, etc. I think my granddaughter might see these colors and ask for something just for her.

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  169. I subscribe to the Oakshott newsletter.

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  170. A quilt of course! You have some awesome giveaways!

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  171. I subscribe to Oakshott Newsletter!

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  172. These colors are dreamy! I am bound and determined to one day own a stack of these!

    I would love to make a paper pieced project, something in the mini form!

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