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It almost slipped by unnoticed! I have been down for the count since last Wednesday…that’s right y’all…sick & in bed. Not a stitch sewn! BUT I am back today…well, truth be told yesterday was my first day back but I had so much to do around the house I couldn’t even think about the blog – ladies, you know what that is like, right?!?!

Are y’all ready for it? A day of giveaways? Exciting right? You know what this means? It means that families and homes all over the world are going to be eating take out, not being swept, and generally all around ignored. I even dare say some jobs will be put on the back burner for the next week or so. We have giveaways to enter after all….do you have a strategy? Is there a plan like on Black Friday? hehehehe

Well, my offering to you is a FQ Bundle called Gap Rainbow. You can purchase your own (if you need one right away) at Fluffy Sheep Quilting. This is a bundle I created during a contest Cindy (the owner) had “way back when”. I didn’t win but I still think it is an attractive and useful bundle. It is all Kona Solids. Here is a shop pic (as it is on standby for you):

Stolen from the Fluffy Shop

Entering is simple – leave a comment telling me what you think you might make with this beauty of a bundle if you win. I have ordered one for myself so I might be fishing for ideas. Have fun entering all the giveaways. You have until December 7th to enter this one!

Thanks y’all!

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  1. I’ve been thinking I want to make an all solids quilt. Don’t know what pattern I would use, but if I had this lovely stack it could inspire me to choose one and get started. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  2. Some day…I’m going to make a quilt with a collection of fabric I have here…and those solids would coordinate perfectly. I think I’d include them in the quilt. =)

    I’m glad you’re feeling better. Have a nice week.

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  3. It might make a beautiful modern baby quilt. I have a cousin-in-law that is pregnant Shhhhh nobody is supposed to know.

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  4. I would use some for EPP and the rest in a quilt. A fun, colorful quilt for my cousin’s newly adopted daughter!

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  5. Love the colours, Rhonda! I would thing about doing something with equilateral triangles. You know me and loving my bright stuff, this would be perfect. Thanks for the chance you!

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  6. I think it would be a quilt involving flying geese…not sure whether they’d be flying in a straight or curvy line or even a circle but there’d definitely be geese in it somewhere! Thank you!

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  7. it’s a really pretty bundle. i think i would combine the brights with some neutral text fabrics and go with a flying geese quilt.

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  8. I’d have to let my nine-year-old decide – she’s my rainbow girl! Such a pretty stack though – you should have won with that bundle of happiness!

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  9. I would make cute patchwork zipper pouches and/or maybe try out some more paper piecing patterns. I’m hooked on both right now!

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  10. I’ve just ordered a quilt pattern that uses solids as the main fabrics so I’d use it for that! Thanks for the give away!

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  11. I love rainbow so I’d probably use solid locks wrapped in a neutral to go through a color progression. Thanks for sharing!

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  12. Just the other day, I looked at a pattern and said, “Oh, this would be fun to make in solids.” Now I just have to remember what it was! Hope you are feeling better. there are a lot of nasty bugs going around this year.

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  13. I think I’d use it to make some quilts I’ve been hoping to do for my daughters using their old baby clothes.

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  14. i think i would make some kind of rainbow applique wallhanging quilt for my girls’ room. i have some solid white to use for the background! thanks so much.

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  15. Sorry you have been sick! Hope you are feeling much better. What a fun square in a square rainbow quilt it would make~ or flying geese in a circle! My head is just spinning with ideas~ thanks for the chance!

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  16. I’ve seen your bundle on Fluffy Sheep Quilting! I would make a chevron background in the blues and purple, and then randomly dot various sized hexie flowers made from the yellows, red, and pink!! was feeling very non-creative today until I came upon your bundle again :) thanks!

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  17. I would make a wall hanging. We live in earth quake territory, so I don’t want anything hanging over the head of my bed that might potentially end up on *my* head. And those beautiful cheery colors would brighten these gloomy winter days.

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  18. Fabulous bundle!
    I’s most likely make a quilt or pair it up with some prints in the stash for baby dresses.
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  19. Tis a fab bundle, almost as cool as that other bundle, the mojitos and pina coladas one, you know… 😉 I’d use it for a couple of pillows, with FPP rainbow stars or summit like that. Sorry you’ve been ill, do bugs spread thru skype? it was after our last chat I was ill for 5 days!!! Get better soon love. x

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  20. I just saw one that had multi coloured circles on a solid background, these would be perfect! Thanks for the chance!

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  21. I just love solids. I’ve been meaning to revisit a few blocks I made for a solids group in a bee a few months ago. My daughter would love a quilt with these rainbow colors.

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  22. This is something I have to think for a longer time. I always wanted to make a quilt out of solids and my girls love pink and purple. This bundle would be perfect and gets a big pop up with the blues. No pattern, lots of hst or squares put in place by the girls. This would be fun :)

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  23. I have a stack of black and white fabrics that I’m hoping to pair up with some bright solids for a quilt top and these woudl be perfect. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  24. I think your custom bundle would go great for a modern sampler quilt, paired with kona medium grey or even slate! It would also be great for a mass of New York Beauty blocks, with or without text prints mixed in! Thanks and happy hopping!

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  25. Gorgeous fabrics! I’d use them to make an Irish chain with white or snow Kona as a background. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  26. I would combine them with some fabrics I already have to make some fun items for a baby that’s on the way!

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  27. Chevron quilt all the way, for me! It would look good made with either white or black. Thank you for the nice giveaway. :)

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  28. I’d pair them with gray and make Supernova blocks. I kind of do things backwards; I see how many blocks I can get from my fabrics and then decide if they will be a quilt or what, because I’m usually working from my stash.

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  29. This would help me finish up multiple projects, including a baby quilt that’s a gift. Thanks for the chance!

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  30. Oh man, I love solids. Thanks for the great giveaway.
    I would be making a quilt for my 11 year daughter with those lovely fabrics.

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  31. I don’t want to win b/c that would just be silly. I just wanted to chime in and say how much I love this bundle. It catches my eye every time I pass it in the shop. Gorgeous combo, Rhonda! xx

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  32. What fabulous colors! I’d like to make a pinwheel quilt – not sure on the exact pattern though… Thanks for a chance to win! :)

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  33. I’ve created a lot of quilts lately so no doubt this gorgeous bundle would be incorporated into one of my projects! <3
    BendingPins (at) gmail.com (BendingPins.com)

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  34. I would make a modern pattern quilt for my teenaged daughter – she would love the bright and cheerful colours!!!

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  35. I think I’d use the fabric to coordinate with prints I have and make bags. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  36. Those are really nice, bright colors. Know just which pattern to put them in if I’m lucky enough to win.
    Thanks for the give-a-way. Merry Christmas everyone.

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  37. I’ve never made a quilt totally from solids…so I think that would be the best use of these beauties! Thanks for the chance to win and own them!

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  38. I would use it in a rainbow style baby quilt with a white background. Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.

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  39. Lovely colours, I would add a few neutrals and make a random layout HST quilt – it’s been on the list for some time now…

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  40. I don’t have a lot of solids yet, but I am slowly working my way towards a rainbow. I have a few modern quilt patterns on my list that need some solids so I would put these towards those!

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  41. I am so glad you are feeling better. That bundle is beautiful, I would make something fun, maybe a quilt. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  42. I want to make a “Learn Your Colors” book for our niece and nephew, using scraps bordered by solids. These cheery solids would be perfect!

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  43. Gorgeous fabrics that would lend themselves to something very modern, not sure what design but definitely modern.
    Thank you for the chance.

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  44. I’d make a modern throw quilt, maybe something from Fat Quarterly. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  45. Maybe a rainbow string quilt???? not sure. I don’t have any solids and these would be a good start of them. Thanks for chance to win. Nancy James

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  46. I would love to mix these with some of my other fabrics and make a quilt for my mom or sister. Better yet, mix these with white fabric and go for something modern.

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  47. Those are so pretty. I have lots of ideas and pins but it is choosing just one that I find so difficult. Definitely a quilt with white!

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  48. I’d probably use these to balance out some of the patterns in my collection, so they’ll end up in clothes for my daughter.

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  49. I would love to win some solids! I’m using them in everything these days, especially foundation-piecing patterns from artisania and pink penguin … Thank you!

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  50. obviously it’d go into a quilt, but i don’t know if it would stay together or be spit among other projects!

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  51. Something fun and modern; maybe that one on the Moda bakeshop which looks like a stack of books on their side!

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  52. I’ve been wanting to make a quilt from solids for a while, so this would work perfectly. i love bright colours!

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  53. Ooh – great bundle! I’ll be making some bunting to cheer up our home and a set for a pregnant friend.

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  54. Good morning…I usually do not enter because there are so many comments already but these are beautiful colors and I could not resist. So thank you for a lovely give a way and Merry Christmas. I am planning on doing a Modern quilt starting in January out of all solids and these colors would be lovely to add to it.

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  55. I have always wanted to make a quilt that followed the colors fo the rainbow and I think this would be just the fabric to use. The hard part would be deciding on a specific pattern.

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  56. I need practice quilting ‘negative space’ as Angela Walters calls it. This fabric would be awesome made into a lap quilt and then quilted with a variety of designs. Yahoo!

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  57. What a great bundle! Thank you. It would make a lovely baby quilt. But I would probably put it in my stash and use different ones on different projects :)

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  58. I would combine these beautiful solids with some fun prints for a quilt I am planning to make my newly expected niece!

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  59. Wow, what a drop dead gorgeous prize! They would make wonderful centers for a Cathedral Windows type quilt. They would make pretty accents to pillowcases, such as for trim or for the sleeve. They would also make a dramatic contrast to black for a purse or pillow. Geesh, I can’t pick just one!!!

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  60. Looove those colors! I have been meaning to make a wall hanging for my daughter’s room. She has a fairground theme.

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  61. thank you for the chance! I have only recently entered the world of Kona solids. I’m taking a class on thursday night to make my first quilt with solids. So I don’t have a firm plan in mind but there are several quilt patterns in my book (the book required for thursdays class – Modern Minimal) that I would love to try out!

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  62. I really don’t know what I would make I have only started collecting solids in the past few months love your choices of colors.

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  63. I would definitely make my daughter a new pair of rainbow pants. I made her a pair of treasure pocket pants (from Sewing for Boys) with pieced rainbow side panels for her 5th birthday. She turns 6 at the end of December and she’s outgrown the old rainbow pants. A new pair would be a great gift. Thanks! kristie_keely(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  64. I would like to make a quilt with star blocks and use any scraps for hexies for a cushion cover.

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  65. I’ve got very few solids sitting in my fabric stash so it would go in there for quilt making purposes where I can up I can match it up with complementary fabrics and a pattern

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  66. I would love to win so I could make a 100% solid quilt – wonky squares in squares. Yum! Thanks for the chance :)

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  67. I’ve seen a couple of warm/cool quilts using HST’s that would be really pretty done with solids!

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  68. I would love to make a modern quilt for my niece. She is expecting her baby in early February. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  69. I think it would be pretty to match each solid with a print and make up a scrappy little quilt.

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  70. i just started again this year after a 16 yr long break
    working on my 6th quilt this year and would love to start number 7.this quilt would be for me since the others were gifts. i was thinking about a star quilt, or spiders web maybe.
    Thank you so much and Happy Quilting.

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  71. I’m not sure what I’d make – but I never think to buy solids, so I have very few in my stash. This would come in handy for sure!

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  72. I think I’d use the blues in some sort of ombre cloud-themed wall hanging.. and the rest would be mixed in with prints for a quilt. Great giveaway!

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  73. Would definitely use in a Quilt…maybe a Pinwheel, or Tumbler….kinda new to Quilting. Easy one for sure! LOL Looooove the Bright & Happy colors! :)

    Thanks so much for chance to win your drawing too! :)

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  74. I would make it into a cute color-blocked purse. Thanks for the chance! mjp0419 at gmail dot com

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  75. Hi and thanks for the giveaway opportunity! I think I would make some more dolls – I have been using the pdf tutorials and patterns from Dolls and Daydreams (you can find her on Etsy) to make look-alike dolls for my (extensive) family members! This bundle would help greatly!

    Thanks again,

    x

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  76. I think that would be great to use for the borders of an I spy quilt. They would go with everything.

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  77. What cheerful colors! I am always in need of solids, so I think I would use them to match existing prints I have in my stash in upcoming projects.

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  78. I’d add them to my HST collection in order to finally make something with them, I’ve seen awsome HST trinagles layouts, and my HST are shouting to be sewn into something bigger.

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  79. I would use the bundle in the Sugar Block Club of the Month through Stitchery Dickory Dock that I have signed up for the upcoming year.

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  80. Lovely bundle. I’d most probably add small amounts of the fabrics to a few different quilts and smaller projects like pouches and bags.

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  81. Love Kona solids. I would probably make a quilt from the book “We Love Solids”. I was just looking at it recently, and there were some great quilts shown.

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  82. I would love to make an all-solids quilt with it. I’m new to quilting but it would be fun to try to find a pattern with a rainbow feel. Thanks for a gorgeous giveaway!

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  83. Some of the blues would probably end up in a blues and greens quilt I’m planning for my husband. Some or all would probably contribute to a scrappy floating triangle that is still in the dreaming stage.

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  84. Oh, I love kona solids. At least some of them would end up in an apron set I have plans on making, and more would end up in my hex quilt. Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  85. I’d make a quilt or some pillows! I hope you’re feeling better. I feel your pain as I have been sick for the last few days. =/

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  86. I would like to make an all solids quilt. Thanks for the opportunity on a great draw and Merry Christmas to you.
    bonnielarson58(at)gmail(dot)com

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  87. I have seen a pattern with pinwheels in these rainbow of colors…migrating from the brightest to the darkest..that is what I would do with this beautiful prize should I be lucky enough to win it! Thanks!
    Cheri
    quiltingnanny(at)yahoo(dot)com (or the google one!)

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  88. I would like to make a wall hanging or table runner for spring with these beautiful colors. Thank you!

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  89. I have wanted to try making a ‘modern’ quilt and these fabrics would be perfect with my steel grey!

    Thanks for the chance to win.

    ktreve (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  90. I’m really wanting to make a quilt from all solids. This bundle would be great. Thanks for participating in the Giveaway Day.

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  91. I would make a half square triangle quilt with white solid fabric added in – love these bright colours! Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  92. I have a great rainbow quilt picture somewhere on my computer that I would love to create for a friends little girl who needs to have heart surgery next year. These colours would look perfect in the quilt.

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  93. I like a large dose of solids blended with one or two focus fabrics. I have a few fabrics that need some solid borders in simple blocks to make great quilts. Thanks for hosting a giveaway!

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  94. Gorgeous colours! I don’t actually know – I’m a new quilter, and not sure how things go… would have to admire it on the shelf while frantically searching for the perfect pattern! thanks for the giveaway chance!

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  95. Gorgeous colour choice – I would have to choose between 3 ideas – Wonky stars on a white or dark grey background, maybe Oh Fransson!’s wave quilt or a rainbow fractured Quilt (from Charlotte Newlands Blog – Displacement Therapy, crafting as therapy.
    Thank you for the chamnce to win.

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  96. So sorry that you’ve been sick. It seems like there is a lot of that going around lately. If I am lucky enough to win I’d make an oversized Dresen Plate wall hanging. I’ve been wanting one for a while now and that stack is just what I’d need to do it. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  97. I would use it with prints from my stash, I tend to buy prints and am in need of solids. Thanks for chance to win.

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  98. Pretty bundle Rhonda! But I must admit I think I’d be a little intimidated by all those colours all together. So maybe with lots of black and off whites and text prints… an equiltateral triangles qullt.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  99. minus the pink (I have a quite strong aversion against pink) I would use it for a baby quilt – they seem to be always in demand. As you are fishing for ideas for you – somtheing like the Tokyo/London subway quilts on a dark gray background … or a cathedral pillow (I always wanted to try out the cathedral technique)

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  100. Ooh! I love those colours! I would definitely make a scrappy improv pieced quilt top for my little ones to cuddle under. They would love it!

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  101. Wow that’s weird, my first inclination was to give it a big hug… I like using bright solids in small pieces in patchwork purses and pouches, keeps my stuff from looking too busy with all the bold prints I usually opt for. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  102. I would use this to make a rainbow quilt of some type – I’m partial to a circle of flying geese albeit that is a challenging pattern for me.

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  103. Not only is this a lovely pile of ROYGBIV but I know exactly what I’d do with it. In fact I’ve already started! I’m in a bee called the Fab Bee and my month was a “hundreds & thousands” theme. (Think rainbow sprinkles) If this peaks your interest you can see it in my Instagram feed or on my Flickr page. Thanks for the give-away! berene(at)happysewlucky(dot)com

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  104. I would make a large cushion cover, with a seaside theme. I just keep thinking of the seaside when I look at that bundle!

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  105. I’d use them to make a new quilt for my living room mixing in all of my favorite prints. It’d be bright, cheerful and scrappy!

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  106. Fun! I might mix the solids in with other projects, or maybe make a mini rainbow wall hanging for my girls! Thanks.

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  107. I need some solids to use in various projects — buying prints is much more attractive to me! These would surely end up on all sorts of things. Thanks for the chance!

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  108. hmm i think i have to mix it in to break some of the fab designs fabrics i have or a rainbow quilt

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  109. I would use the majority of these in my son’s new crib bedding and any left overs will be made into something pretty for my nieces :) Thank you for the chance!

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  110. I’m not a quilter and am just learning to sew. I would love these just to add to my stash for when the perfect project pops up. I’m not good at coordinating patters, so it would be great to have solids to work with.

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  111. I would love to make a rainbow Feliz for my daughter. Maybe some stripey pajama pants if there were leftovers !

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  112. Very pretty colors! Thanks for the giveaway! I would love to use them to make a bag for myself. wonderlandbyalyce(at)gmail(dot)com

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  113. I have some baby quilts to make as gifts, these would be lovely, I would like to try triangles, I have soon a few lovely triangle quilts lately and they would be a great skill builder.

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  114. I just love putting some white with solids and making simple pinwheel blocks. They make the most cheery lap quilts!

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  115. Thanks for the giveaway. I would probably use it to supplement a Spoonflower I Spy quilt I want to make.

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  116. I’d use these to extend my vintage fabric stash. You know, so I don’t have to use all my vintage fabric if I can add some solids to the project.

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  117. I would love to make a quilt for my niece! She loves rainbow colors! Thanks for the giveaway! Amy @ gasudimack(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  118. I’m not sure what I’d make. Depends on what fabrics I have to coordinate!! 😉 probably help with my pillowcase plans though…

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  119. There are way too many things I could make with those fabrics! But I think the best option would be a rainbow quilt of some kind. Perhaps big chevrons in each colour. Yes, nice bright and happy! :)

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  120. No idea what I would make- I might make a lot of stuff! But, ‘cos it is you, I thought I would enter anyway! Sorry you have been on the sick list! Hope you are all better now!

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  121. Oooh… It would get cut up and added to things like reversible baby shoes, zippy bags, and some zipper pouch wallets for my kiddos, among other things. Love those bright colors! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  122. With these beautiful brights, I’d love to try a “Little Twister” quilt, or an easier version: a River Whirl quilt (Connie Kresin’s blog). Cheers, Diana

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  123. hmm, I was going to say a quilt but actually i think I would make some bold bright bags
    amers56(at)hotmail(dot)com

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