Friday, December 9, 2011

$100 Hart's Fabric Giveaway!


Great news, readers! Hart's Fabric is offering one lucky reader a $100 gift card (with shipping included, no less). They have a lovely selection of garment fabrics online. All you need to do to enter is leave a comment saying which fabric you'd like to use for your next apparel project.

Here, I'll go first!

How about some floral silk knit for a drapey bow-neck top?



Or maybe a 50s-style suit in some iris-colored Shetland wool?



Ooh, or even a cute little dress or pajamas in this tea-cup print linen.


Isn't this fun? Okay, it's your turn! All countries are eligible. Please just make sure I'm somehow able to find your e-mail address (either by linking to your profile or by leaving it in your comment). I'll choose a winner at the end of the day on Wednesday.

Good luck, my dears!

757 comments:

  1. It's so cold here, I would buy a nice wool bouclé. But I'm tempted by their lovely silks, too. So many choices!

    What a great giveaway!
    amandarafidiari AT gmail DOT com

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  2. Ooh! What a fabulous giveaway! I've been wanting to stitch a suit with vintage flair, so I'm crushing on the Grey Fashion and Apparel Fabric Wool and Silk Blend . It's incredibly yummy-looking. I can envision a fitted suit paired with stilettos. ☺ Happy Friday!

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  3. I'd stock up on their awesome selection of interlock... especially the stripes!

    knittingjenny at gmail dot com

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  4. A pretty voile like this one

    http://www.hartsfabric.com/valori-wells-voile62313.html

    Mirce75 at googlemail dot com

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  5. I've been hooked on geometric prints for everything from home dec to fashion fabric... So it'd probably be the Digital Printed Geometric Silk Satin or Geometric Abstract Sheer Fabric Magenta and Cream!

    I've been bookmarking fabrics on Hart's all week, what a timely give away!

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  6. Hello!
    I actually made a big Harts fabric order a few weeks back and got some lovely skils and rayons, but now I've realized I need lining fabric! So I'd love to be able to stock up on some rayon lining, or maybe even silk...http://www.hartsfabric.com/habutai-silk-fabric61025.html.
    Happy Friday, everyone!

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  7. ive never made clothing before and i just oogle your blog with envy lol. ive just stuff for around the house - so i think i might start with a maxi dress (easy right?) maybe from this material:
    http://www.hartsfabric.com/ikat-challis-green-64834.html

    if the fabric is free i shouldnt be afraid to try making clothes :)

    thanks!

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  8. I'd love to make a jumper for my granddaughter from the black and white dot corduroy. -- Karen

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  9. I would get this: http://www.hartsfabric.com/denyse-schmidt-voile-fabric-free-spirit60160.html

    It is an awesome fabric that I bought two yards of in July but then ruined when washing with another newly picked up fabric. I would love to make a flowy dress from it!

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  10. Hi,

    Thanks for this lovely giveaway.
    I prefer Floral silk knit.

    - rabsril (sridums@gmail.com)

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  11. That iris wool would be a fabulous winter coat, maybe a swing coat as that is what has been tugging at me lately. Would love to win the prize.

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  12. What a marvelous treat on a snowy December morning! After a cold walk this is a particularly alluring giveaway. Thanks so much for your blog!

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  13. Forgot to leave my e mail address:

    bunnypep at gmail dot com

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  14. OOOOH--very lovely fabric! I already bookmarked the page for future drooling. I like the Armani wool-silk blend suiting fabric. I can see a Kim-Novak-in-Vertigo suit out of that. Loverly!
    Thanks!

    valeriec AT inlandwireless DOT com

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  15. I love their selection of printed jerseys! I'd choose the Tan and Green Feather Jersey (but it's out of stock).
    sbeaubien (at) gmail . com

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  16. Oh, I can envision a lovely shirtdress with the Nani Iro Molly Cloth in Blue Floral. Something with a gathered waist, set in seam pockets, and a sweet little Peter Pan Color to set it off. And buttons in the mustard color.

    http://www.hartsfabric.com/nani-iro-japanese-62824.html

    Here's hoping! Thank you!
    gwenmanthey@gmail.com

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  17. I like this beautiful & vibrant plaid for a pencil skirt: http://www.hartsfabric.com/wool-shetland-harvest-plaid-64573.html

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  18. The orange small ikat upholstery fabric would make an adorable pencil skirt or bolero, but I also LOVE the hanging dot floral pattern on pique. I have a cord dress I've wanted to make a copy of in other fabrics and this would be perfect!

    ammullins AT hotmail DOT com

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  19. Raw silk to line my next coat, which will be made from a length of English houndstooth given to me by a friend. I saw a great '40s pattern online but didn't want to spend $150 for something I can drape myself, based on a pattern I already have.

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  20. I'm totally in lust over the bubblegum pink shetland wool actually! All those shetland wools put me in their thrall...

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  21. absolutely love the tea cup fabric. since I collect tea ephemera it would be perfect for aprons, accessories etc. you can find me at kczkws4@aol.com or on my blog.

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  22. Oh how lovely it would be to win this giveaway! I love the fabrics, but some of my favorites are the Rayon Challis Fabric Fashion Black and White Floral, Sheer Polka Dot Chiffon Fabric Turquoise and the Sheer Polka Dot Chiffon Fabric Navy. Those would make lovely dresses or loose fitted blouses :)

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  23. I love the orange anthology woodgrain fabric. But, there were many fun choices.

    nshaw6@cox.net

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  24. I would love the Charcoal Shetland Wool fabric. I am pregnant, and I think a cape made of this with a pink silk lining (I already have the silk - a beautiful dusty rose) would be just fabulous for the winter months!

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  25. I think the "Valori Wells Dandelion Voile Cherry" would look great as a colette meringue skirt.

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  26. I need jeans, so the USA Made Dark Indigo Denim is my choice.

    And thanks for pointing Hart's out! I've not heard of them before.

    elisabethv at gmail dot com

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  27. I would make curtains with the tea-cup print. Love it!

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  28. I think it'd have to be some voile for some tops (jasmine and truffle by Colette spring to mind) so The Anna Marie Horner loulouthi Triflora voile in mermaid or maybe The blueberry diamond chevron? But then the Nano Iro floral is beautiful too!

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  29. Awesome giveaway.I've never heard of Harts fabrics will have to go take a look at it.

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  30. How fun! I'm really in love with this gold silk/cotton sateen--would make a beautiful, early 60s inspired dress! http://www.hartsfabric.com/silk-cotton-gold-37961.html

    - Casey
    elegantmusings [at] gmail.com

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  31. How fun! I'm really in love with this gold silk/cotton sateen--would make a beautiful, early 60s inspired dress! http://www.hartsfabric.com/silk-cotton-gold-37961.html

    - Casey
    elegantmusings [at] gmail.com

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  32. Wow! What a great giveaway! I just bought your Sew Retro Craftsy course and I've been looking for some suitable fabric. I'd probably get the Metallic Rose Brocade (http://www.hartsfabric.com/metalic-rose-brocade-64004.html) and shimmy and shine my way into the New Year! Thanks for the offer and for a new fabric website to ogle at!

    poldapop@gmail.com

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  33. That's really easy for me to answer! I'd use some of their skull and crossbones microfleece as a lining on my next make - Sewaholic's Minoru jacket. Thanks so much for this giveaway! didyoumakethat at fastmail dot fm

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  34. I'll support my homeland with the 'Liberty of London Carnation Lawn Fabric'
    and fend off the winter blues by making a lovely 50's style garden party swing dress, for when the sun returns!

    x

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  35. I would choose the "Beige Nani Iro Abstract Specks Double Gauze Fabric" to make something from my new Nani Iro book. Hopefully not too late for summer here in Melbourne :)

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  36. Oh, what a great giveaway. I would get either some of the solid flannel in something neutral like Cornsilk or bamboo jersey in white to dye with low-water immersion and make myself some really funky pajamas.

    darcy91 at gmail dot com

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  37. the tree of life bird print is so pretty anf flannel too, perfect for a winter tunic or skirt.

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  38. I would love to use the Ikat Challis in blue for a skirt!
    mikaea (at) gmail (dot) com

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  39. I am dying to make a whole slew of Jasmine blouses from the Colette Pattern fall line in Liberty of London Lawn - any print. Every print. I want them all.

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  40. I actually have a strange need for a bunch of gold lame for a secret project! So glad to see Hart's has some!

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  41. A sheath dress (eg. the Colette Pastille) in crimson silk/cotton sateen? YUM!

    (In the very unlikely event that I win, please leave a comment on my blog at http://patchworkdreams.wordpress.com and I will email you.)

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  42. I would love to try the Bamboo Spandex in Forest Green. I have some lovely draped patterns that I think this would be great for. Plus I love the eco factor.

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  43. I have been lusting over that linen forever!

    midwestdarling at gmail com

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  44. Thanks for the fabulous blog and giveaway! It was hard deciding on something as they have an awesome collection of fabrics I can't get at home! I Love the Joel Dewberry Heirloom Voile Tile Flourish in the beautiful Orange (my new infatuation colour - and christmas tree colour!) But some of the other comments choices have me salivating! I hope I win!

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  45. what lovelies to choose from! I think I could probably get enough for 2 small projects with a gift of that size! The first I found was the "Yarn-Dyed Cotton Shirting Fabric Plaid Purple" which would make a nice new shirt for my husband. As for me I couldn't decide between a new little black dress made of the "Black Cotton Dotted Swiss" or some of the "Designer Maroon Plaid Fashion and Apparel Fabric Cotton Blend" for a shirtwaist dress.
    kbroadd1 -at- gmail -dot- com

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  46. Some of that yummy cotton/silk, it would be tough to pick a color!

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  47. Oh, it would have to be the Brown Lion Fleece Fabric! Warm, for the cold weather, and way way mor efunky than anything sold here in the UK!
    tinabearhouse at gmail.com

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  48. hmmm...probably a cotton sateen in two different colors to make a holiday colorblock dress.

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  49. Oooh! Just the perfect giveaway. I have a really hard time choosing with such a huge selection - I'm so jealous of you americans with so many great fabrics to choose from.
    The voiles would be lovely for a blouse, I'm tempted by the red virgin wool for a nice coat, but with a new job in a nice office I have to go with the solid red interlock (http://www.hartsfabric.com/red-cotton-interlock-64591.html) which would turn into a hot-hot wiggle office dress a'la Joan from Mad Men.

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  50. Tough choice! I like this for spring: http://www.hartsfabric.com/cotton-lawn-fabric-floral61420.html , but I've been dying to make a 50s-style shirt dress warm enough for winter, so maybe some brown wool would be more practical...

    Melissa
    sewsweetstitches_on_etsy at yahoo

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  51. I'd really like to incorporate something like this: http://www.hartsfabric.com/velvateen-fabric59335.html
    in my daughters Christmas dress I haven't decided what it will look like yet. mysmichelle.crocker@gmail.com

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  52. I love the Italian Imported Yarn Dyed Cotton Suiting fabric in all colors, but especially in red and navy. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  53. Any of the jersey knits, but especially this one:http://www.hartsfabric.com/fish-cotton-jersey-knit-fabric61504.html
    carriemak at aol dot com

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  54. Oooh, the Digital Silk Impressionist Floral Made in Italy is absolutely gorgeous! It would make a delicious blouse or flippy shift dress!

    katie(dot)nicolson(at)googlemail(dot)com

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  55. Pick me, please. I would use the cotton hemp organic sweater knit in spice to make a cozy cardi.

    acbrown28 @ gmail. com

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  56. Oh my goodness! Red Virgin Wool for the Sewaholic's Minoru Jacket that I've been dying to make!! And their Blue Oval Dots Coat lining fabric would make the most perfect and beautiful interior. I'm in love!!

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  57. How nice of them! My next project for me (once I am finished with Christmas gift sewing) is a Sewaholic Minoru Jacket in a gray twill. I'm so excited!

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  58. would love to make a blouse out of this http://www.hartsfabric.com/dot-silk-cotton-lawn-black-64648.html

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  59. What a great givaway!
    I woul choose a few yards of Silk Chiffon Fashion Fabric Cloud Stripes Brown and would make a light and airy summer dress out of it.

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  60. Ooooh, some nice stuff there. I'd love that Armani wool/cashmere suiting fabric for a crisp, professional suit.

    angualupin [at] gmail [dot] com

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  61. Ohhh they have Anna Maria Horner's velveteen! I'd get some of that, or maybe a whole passel of notions(can't ever have enough needles and thread!).

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  62. I love the tea cups!

    sarahedaub@yahoo.com

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  63. Definitely the pink bamboo: http://www.hartsfabric.com/50958.html

    Blessings,
    Patti
    fourkid AT mindspring DOT com

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  64. I'm really feeling the Harvest Plaid Wool Shetland since it's so cold. It's warm but still bright and happy!

    aliciamarie14 AT gmail DOT com

    Thanks!

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  65. What a great giveaway! Thanks, guys!

    breakinglight11@gmail.com

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  66. fingers crossed! i'd love a chance to rebuild my stash.
    treevt80 at yahoo dot com

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  67. Oh how exciting! How about Red Virgin Wool for the Sewaholic's Minoru Jacket that I've been dying to make! And the Blue Dot Coat Lining Fabric will make the most beautiful interior!

    I'm in love!!
    anastaciaf@yahoo.com

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  68. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH. I love their fabrics. I have been drooling over their site since I found them a few weeks ago.
    buttonhole at charter dot net

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  69. I have been wanting to make my Littlest girls peterpan collar capsleeve blouses. Love the tea cup fabric!

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  70. I am planning to take part in Sewaholic's Minoru sewalong and I'm drawn to the oatmeal linen raincoat fabric and the blue oval lining fabric! And, with whatever is left, maybe some nani iro double gauze...Thanks! ejatack at yahoo dot com

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  71. I was just checking their website and I've fallen in love with the Circles Lace (Item #: 61274) - I totally see it in an Stella McCartney knockoff dress! (irenebullock1936 AT gmail DOT com)

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  72. Heather Ross for sure. Maybe green enchanted forest for a Sew Serendipity tunic. I have a load in Liberty lawn from the Summer, but its a little too chilly now...

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  73. Ooh, I'd love to get some Habutai Silk (like this: http://www.hartsfabric.com/habutai-silk-fabric61029.html) to make a slightly loose, long sleeved dress with a slim-fitting waistband an a slit up the front, 1/3 of the way across! Or maybe I'd get some of their linen-poly knits, but they don't have striped linen knits unfortunately. I've been looking for a striped linen-knit forever!

    nbritschgi AT gmail DOT com

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  74. Oh geeze, how to choose, how to choose? So many pretty fabrics...A cute little tunic out of the Sweatshirt Knit Fabric Metallic Houndstooth Burgandy or Cotton Hemp Organic Sweater Knit Fabric Spice. Or I've been wanting something in plaid, maybe a cute little sundress in a plaid shirting. Or a pencil skirt suit out of the Houdstooth Silk Suiting Fabric Brown.

    midnyghtsnow at yahoo dot com

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  75. I'd buy the new collection by Lotta Jansdotter and Jersey wool. Fingers super crossed.
    sewingprincess (at)bombardone (dot)com

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  76. I am in need of luxurious lounging pjs (well perhaps 'need' is a strong word...serious wanties?), and I think Purple Floral Nani Iro Double Gauze Cotton Fabric would be faaaabulous for self-imposed lounging! A little nightie and bloomers, perhaps?

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  77. I really want some of their sweater knits, like this black number:

    http://www.hartsfabric.com/lacey-knit-black-64141.html

    For a shrug. :)

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  78. Wouldn't that dark teal bamboo/Spandex knit make a gorgeous skirt?

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  79. I was thinking of a bouclé to make a coat akin to this:
    http://www.sovintagepatterns.com/catalog/item/3760165/8931379.htm

    As I'm in desperate need of a nice coat since the weather's turned chilly.

    But now I've found this:
    http://www.hartsfabric.com/raincoat-fabric-nylon59363.html

    I really want to make a ridiculous fit-and-flared raincoat with an oversized hood!

    melodyxmae[at]gmail[dot]con

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  80. Totally the happy campers! http://www.hartsfabric.com/birch-monaluna-organic-cotton-fabric-happy-campers60580.html

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  81. Oh, I love this puppy:
    http://www.hartsfabric.com/imported-blue-floral-double-gauze-62030.html

    I think it would make an amazing Colette Patterns Jasmine blouse. I've been looking for a fabric for this pattern since I bought it, this would be an excellent one!

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  82. I'd get some grey chevron fabric for new living room curtains.

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  83. It´s a great giveaway, thank you!!

    I would choose some geometric fabric, like this magenta an cream http://www.hartsfabric.com/sheer-diamond-geometric-fabric52721.html,

    and try to sew a halter neckled blouse!!

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  84. I have been looking for something dramatic to use to reline my carnation pink car coat, I think the Digital Silk Impressionist Floral would be just perfect - how beautiful is that fabric?

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  85. beautiful!
    i'm looking for some great home decor fabrics to make pillows and accents for our new house - love this one: http://www.hartsfabric.com/get-happy-upholstery-fabric-64205.html

    lucybelle712 at yahoo dot com

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  86. I have been stalking the Aqua Dot Sheer rayon for a few weeks - I'm determined to make a tunic to wear under all these winter cardigans! The polka dot silk cotton lawn (both colors) are also calling to me.

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  87. That Ruby Star Rising collection just kills me with the cute--I'd be hard-pressed to turn my back on it! A lovely and difficult conundrum...

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  88. I LOVE hart's fabric! such an amazing selection of apparel fabrics, especially.

    I'm in love with their "Crosshatch Rayon Challis Grey Multi" that I would love to use for a collette patterns blouse, maybe sencha? The print would look great as a dress too...so many options!

    Thanks for this giveaway. You're awesome, Gertie!

    sue.e.reynolds AT gmail DOT com

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  89. oooh, it would be so hard to pick, but I think I would make something for my son out of the BPA Free Vinyl Coated Laminated Cotton.

    Thanks for the give-a-way!

    key(dot)rosebrook(at)gmail(dot)com

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  90. Cotton lawn Swiss dot orange. I need clothes that cover me in the summer and i can see me in a long dress from this super fabric. of course i would have to rush out for anew pattern so i can float around.

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  91. I just saw this one: Italian Plaid Wool Coating Fabric Red Black, and have the perfect winter jacket in mind.
    What a great giveaway!

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  92. I'd love to use some of the

    Knit Fabric Ooga Booga Monster Stretch Jersey-

    Fabric to make so cute shirts for the kids.

    treegoldandbeegold @gmail.com

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  93. Hmm, would I make something for me or for my kids?? If it's for me, it would have to be voile for a lightweight blouse. If for the kids, I would try laminated cotton for spring coats. Great giveway, thanks for the chance!

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  94. Wow this fabric is amazing- I'd love to make some year-round dresses out of this one! http://www.hartsfabric.com/white-cotton-jacquard-64678.html

    shannonlynnette(at)gmail.com

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  95. what a cool give away! It would take me hours to pick what I'd get. Probably some wool or some voile, defintely some knit since I'm pregnant and need stretchy things. fingers crossed!

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  96. I would make a purple jacket no doubt. That texture looks really cool.

    I hope I have more luck with this one than my scratch-card advent calendar because this is so much better.

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  97. I think I'd use a giveaway prize like this to treat myself to eco-friendly fabrics! There is a cotton-bamboo blend in a black and white stripe that would make some awesome french-inspired bateau neckline tops!

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  98. Any one of the many Japanese import fabrics... I love them all!

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  99. So my birthday is not until the summer, but I'm going to make it now! The Michael Miller Black and White Stripe fabric would be perfect to recreate a grownup version of a favorite childhood dress.

    http://www.hartsfabric.com/michael-miller-stripe-black-white-fabric-56254.html

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  100. I think I'd choice the charcoal wool, but maybe I'd choose the olive silk noil.

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  101. I am generally too cheap to buy Nani Iro but I think my upcoming trip to California might require a double gauze dress. http://www.hartsfabric.com/nani-iro-double-gauze-fabric-cotton-fashion-fabrics-apparel62032.html

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  102. I have been wanting a to make a vintage style shirtwaist dress for a while now and this "Across the Pond The Banks Ocean Organic Fabric"(http://www.hartsfabric.com/across-banks-ocean-63528.html) would be perfect. Or I could use this teal cotton flannel (http://www.hartsfabric.com/pima-cotton-flannel-plaid58254.html) for a much needed winter dress. I'm torn. =) Thanks always for the great inspirations and the wonderful giveaway.

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  103. I'd love to try the plum cotton spandex velveteen for a pair of Colette pattern's clover pants! I love purple and that velveteen sounds so cozy now that its cold.

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    klesuer at gmail dot com

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  104. The silk cotton voile in pumpkin is beautiful -- and just the right shade of burnt orange for this UT fan! And I need shirts.

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  105. I think the Retro Yellow Bean Plaid Silk Chiffon would be nice! Audrey AT planethausfrau DOT com

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  106. I´d love to make a new coat from nice 100% wool either in this sweet pumpkin colour wool http://www.hartsfabric.com/wool-fabric58985.html or crazy red one like this http://www.hartsfabric.com/red-virgin-wool-64660.html

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  107. Oh, dear, how to choose! Maybe this: http://www.hartsfabric.com/00445.html or this: http://www.hartsfabric.com/houndstooth-silk-suiting-64460.html

    girlwiththestarspangledheart [at] gmail [dot] com

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  108. Hart's has the best sweater knit fabrics - they are my favorites!

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  109. I would love to sew up a bow blouse in the polka dot chiffon cream! It is so Emma Pilsbury!

    My email that is linked isn't used much anymore. I use diaryofasouthernbelle@yahoo.com

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  110. There are so many fabrics in my wish list. They hsve a wonderful selection. designsmck(at)gmail(dot)com

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  112. I would make a suit of this beautiful Armani wool.

    http://www.hartsfabric.com/armani-designer-suiting-fabric59054.html

    -Mike (marrok AT g mail dot com)

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  113. I love Hart's Fabric! I will be keeping my fingers crossed. elizabethmadethis at yahoo.

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  115. would Love to use some Silk cotton sateen like this one to make my self a dress. http://www.hartsfabric.com/37960.html

    And maybe some Rayon chalis.

    alinakathryn at comcast dot net

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  117. I have a lovely dress pattern that needs some silk cotton fabric. kyriacouu at earthlink dot net

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  118. I am strangely drawn to the Crosshatch rayon Challis, not what would normally catch my eye but I can see a lovely dress in this fabric.

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  119. I am dreaming about making Sewaholic's Minoru jacket out of the Linen Cotton Raincoat Fabric Grey...
    ainslieg at gmail dot com

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  120. It's simple, but this eyelet really catches my eye: http://www.hartsfabric.com/silk-lace-fabric61082.html

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  121. I would love a bright yellow wool to make a coat. Also, I would love the ruffle fabric to make baby leggings.

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  122. I love your blog and you have been inspiring me to get back to my sewing room after a long break. I used to work for a bridal designer, but now I feel like a newbie sewer again. Thankyou for the inspiration!!

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  123. It's so cold here, and I'm in need of a cozy dress for the weekends - so I would definitly get this: http://www.hartsfabric.com/sweater-knit-stripes-64144.html.

    Long sleeves, boatneck top, side pockets and a double circle skirt.

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  124. I would go for this wool for a Lady Grey Jacket and line it with this silk for an eye popping interior. Although I would be tempted to get just the silk and make a blouse or dress with it.

    Cheers,
    Candy
    CandyAJoyce(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  125. Wow I just looked at the website for Harts and need to buy some fabric! Thaliap at San.rr.com

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  126. Oooh. I love the Robot Linen Cotton Fabric by Rashida Hale. So cute!

    vanessa [dot] clarke [at] gmail [dot] com

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  127. Oooohhhhhh! So many beautiful choices! I think the Hawaiian Rayon Challis in Floral Cream would make a beautiful skirt paired with a plum sweater similar to the one you just made. Thanks!!

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  128. I'm trying to build a black and white traveling wardrobe, so the Stretch Abstract Zebra Print Knit Fabric Item #: 61291 would be my pick.

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  129. Ooh! How lovely! I would use the Sheer Tiffany Pop Silk Chiffon Fabric to make a very simple Colette's Sencha blouse (or similar). A pattern like that just needs a very simple drape, nothing too fussy.

    amehoward at gmail dot com

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  130. I'd love to use Sheer Black Floral Silk Chiffon Fabric for my first Colette Taffy blouse!

    rsreagan at gmail

    Thanks!

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  131. Hello there, Japanese Import Cotton Double-Gauze Fabric Dots Heather Grey! And, you too, Liberty of London tana lawn in any form or pattern whatsoever...I could never leave you behind!

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  132. so lucky i live on another continent...if i was anywhere near santa cruz my purse would have an even bigger hole in it due to sewing stash-itis.

    Anyway for me its the Silk Cotton Voile in Pumpkin to make up a cross between the Portrait blouse and Colette Pattern's Sencha top..

    a.hu.vah@hotmail.com

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  133. i've been eyeing their lovely cotton silks for some cute tops! or maybe some wool for a pencil skirt... or stripy knit fabric... so many great fabrics to choose from!

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  134. I think I'd start with a couple of yards of AMH flannel in Diamond MIne for some new pyjama pants and then go from there. i just spent way too much time over there...

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  135. ooo. the shetland wool plaid (in harvest) for a mini skirt! yes. exactly.

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  136. There's a multi colored crosshatch rayon challis that reminds me of a skirt I've been eyeing but don't want to spend $100+ on!

    Great giveaway! Thanks!

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  137. The one fabric I cannot seem to find at my fabric store is a silk/cotton blend. I would love to make a holiday dress from the cranberry silk cotton sateen!

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  138. Thank you, Gertie! I would choose the Blue floral double gauze. It sounds intriguing and soft yo wear.
    BrendaMarksstudio at yahoo dot com

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  139. It's a cloudy, chilly day here today, so my eyes went straight to the Shetland Wool Harvest Plaid fabric. Nice, warm & oh-so-cheery!

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  140. I would love to make a nice new coat with the shetland wool from Hart's fabrics. I love the "chili pepper" color! <3

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  141. I am in need of more tops, so I would get the Valori Wells Dandelion Voile in cherry. It's so pretty! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  142. ooh, i would use the black & grey plaid boucle to make a coat, and line it with some bemberg rayon in a bright/cheerful color - like turquoise!

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  143. Great giveaway! I would probably buy some of their luscious linings because I need them, but I would be sorely tempted by

    Brown mineral tweed which would make a super versatile jacket http://www.hartsfabric.com/brown-mineral-tweed-64667.html or

    Sheer Black Floral Silk Chiffon Fabric which would make a drop dead gorgeous dress http://www.hartsfabric.com/black-floral-silk-chiffon-64116.html

    Thank you, nwoods70 at gmail dot com

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  144. Ooh, I would love the Wool Shetland Fabric Chili Pepper
    for a new coat!

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  145. Ooh - I'd love to have some of that Grey Virgin Wool to make a pea coat with which to survive this cold Canadian winter: http://www.hartsfabric.com/grey-virgin-wool-64658.html

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  146. I would first make some sweet yoga pants with this http://www.hartsfabric.com/stretch-jersey-knit-fabric61656.html...they really had me at jersey aztec print! I would still have enough for this http://www.hartsfabric.com/missoni-zigzag-floral-orange-64869.html missoni aztec lace to make a sweet dolman top! I could even get a little grey and white striped jersey and make a great oversize fringe top! Woot woot! Such a sweet giveaway! Hearts, Janna Lynn shewearscrazywell@gmail.com

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  147. I would probably get some shirting or jersey to make a dress and dream about when it will be warm again.

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  148. Pastel colored wool? In a long skirt with my unused and lovely petticoat underneath? Yes PLEASE. Could I have this lovely card for Wool Shetland Fabric Bubble Gum Pink, please?

    You could email me through my website... :) Like I don't check here every day. :) :) :)

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  149. This is a great giveaway! I like the silk cotton voile plaid and, although is temporary out of stock, the tan and green feather jersey. I love your blog. Thank you!
    Petitemess@gmail.com

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  150. I have been lusting after the Herringbone Plaid Wool ... I need a great short winter jacket and it would do the trick!! :)

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  151. I am quite taken with the Wool Shetland Fabric in Chili Pepper. I think it would make a warm, gorgeous holiday dress. For next year.

    cameron . giese at gmail . com

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  152. I have been eyeing the Pink Dot Floral Birds Vinyl Covered Canvas Fabric by Etsuko Furuya. I would LOVE to make a raincoat for myself, but at $28.99/yd it's kinda out of reach *pout*

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  153. I absolutely love silk cotton and this cranberry one is perfect: http://www.hartsfabric.com/silk-cotton-cranberry-55252.html.

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  154. That silk floral knit is to die for but I don't think I could pass on all the fun striped knits--Christmas jammie pants for everyone!

    Egterek at wi dot rr dot com

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  155. I would get the silk cotton sateen fabric in crimson and the blue chevron silk chiffon fabric. That pattern is just too fun!

    This is a fabulous giveaway!

    meas22pt3 at hotmail dot com

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  156. Zowie! I love the Nani Iro Molly Cloth Blue Floral. Those Japanese cottons are amazing! Thanks for the lovely giveaway.
    j9s@flash.net

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  157. fabulous giveaway! thanks for the opportunity to win! I'd go for Liberty of London. Love it but have never bought any.

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  158. I like your picks, especially the teacups!

    As for me I am tempted by the black cotton/hemp corduroy for a jacket, or the rayon challis black and white floral pattern for a nice swingy dress. Maybe both!

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  159. Oooh! I'd love to splurge on the Armani Wool/Silk Suiting* for a timeless black and white dress using Vogue 8648. I'm a sucker for playing with (very subtle) stripes on the bias!

    chronicallyuncool at gmail


    *http://www.hartsfabric.com/armani-designer-suiting-fabric59053.html

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  160. I love the Monet Challis Purple for a dress.
    Thank you for great giveaway!

    verypurpleperson at gmail dot com

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  162. I love their stripes interlock knit fabric!
    Ela
    Filzela at Web.de

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  163. Definitely something silk! I've always wanted to sew with it but can't really afford it. I'd love to make the Colette Patterns Jasmine blouse of out the Floral Dots Silk Satin (http://www.hartsfabric.com/floral-silk-satin-fabric55468.html) or the Sheer Tree Shadows Silk Chiffon (http://www.hartsfabric.com/tree-shadows-silk-64155.html). But they have so many lovely fabrics it would be hard to decide!

    english.brianna AT gmail DOT com

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  164. This giveaway is awesome! I love Hart's Fabric. There are so many great fabrics to choose from, but right now I'm thinking I'd like to make a summer dress from the Nani Iro floral double gauze.

    kelley (dot) nipper (at) gmail (dot) com

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  165. Oooooh... too many wonderful fabrics to choose from. What a fantastic giveaway!

    I love the "Hemp Organic Cotton Denim Wave Fabric" and could imagine a beautiful shift dress and blazer in it, but then a new cheery summer dress (to wear out on top of long sleeves) from the "Floral Nani Iro Double Gauze Cotton Fabric" might be in order. Oh, but the RED VIRGIN WOOL: I have wanted a red wool coat since I was little girl. That would have to be it.

    What a fantastic online store - thanks for introducing us Gertie!

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  166. I would make a circle skirt out of the beautiful red hemp wool plaid. With a lovely matching blouse.

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  167. Oh, this IS a good giveaway! I'd love to win!

    weighwardwoman(at)gmail(dot)com

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  168. The Moda Fabrics are to die for!

    sastone [at] umd [dot] edu

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  169. Silk. Definitely silk! It looks like a gorgeous piece of fabric.

    Thanks!

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  170. LOVING the herringbone silk suiting!

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  171. I'm eyeing a thick wool like the Shetland - only in grey, to coodinate with more things - to make a warm (yet stylish) 60s-style skirt for the cold winter ahead!

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  172. its all about the knit jersey for me for an off the shoulder drapy comfy shirt! thanks

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  173. I love your blog... I just found it today and bookmarked it!

    I love the Duo Tone Floral Silk Chiffon Fabric Red White and can envision it as a dress, made from one of my vintage patterns.

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  174. I love Hart's! I lived near the store when I first started to sew and I wish I still did. I'm in love with rayon challis lately and would pick up some yardage like this great print: http://www.hartsfabric.com/crosshatch-rayon-challis-64567.html


    lizzhale AT mac DOT com

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  175. Ok, somehow the first time I posted this on the wrong blog entry, sorry! Trying again...

    I would love to make a dress with this amy butler peacock fabric:
    http://www.hartsfabric.com/amy-butler-rayon-peacock-feathers62253.html
    Yeah, I know it's not the right season, but it's so pretty!

    annesedney AT gmail DOT com

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  176. I love the Valori Wells Dandelion Voile Cobalt for a pretty shirt. So pretty.

    antarestar at hotmail dot com

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  177. Wow, so many lovely fabrics!!! Hard to choose. The silks, linens and wools are beautiful. Thank you for introducing me to this lovely store. :)

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  178. Sewaholic posted about what comes first, the pattern or the fabric. I found an example of fabric I would purchase without a plan and spend the next 3 years finding the "perfect" pattern for it, playing with the petals every time I looked through my stash. http://www.hartsfabric.com/petal-chiffon-grey-64839.html

    In a better planning light... I would make this into a dress. http://www.hartsfabric.com/stretch-jersey-knit-fabric61657.html

    cathy2684 at gmail dot com

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  179. Gotta be liberty lawn, either vintage blue flowers or carnation lawn, for colette patterns crepe!

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  180. I'd totally make a dress out of the Retro Geometric Fashion Chiffon Fabric Red!

    emmalawson at gmail dot com

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  181. I would use the gorgeous Italian Plaid Wool Coating Fabric Black for a cape I've been dying to make!

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  182. i just found tula pink voile on there!!! i had no idea!

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  183. Oooh! I would use the blue denim linen to make a pair of summer pants!

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  184. Fun giveaway! I'd love some blouse fabric for spring--->Valori Wells Dandelion Voile Cobalt would be perfect.

    carroll61354 at charter dot net

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  185. Ruby Soy Organic Cotton and Spandex Jersey Knit Fabric
    :-) Chris

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  186. I've been wanting to make a winter coat that I can proudly wear to work. At the same time, I saw and fell in love with their "Blue Chevron Silk Chiffon Fabric". It would make a lovely 70's tunic.

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  187. How exciting!
    I love Harts and have had my eye on the Tree People Silk Georgette for some time now. It's strangely beautiful!
    kkatzu1@cox.net

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  188. I don't even have to shop the whole website--I want that Shetland wool!! I'm starting a new job, and could use the mojo of a new suit I've made myself. I work in the arts, so no one would even blink at a vivid purple suit.

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  189. Wow, what an incredibly tough choice! I'm tempted by all of those lovely cotton prints, although they may have to wait for spring... same goes for the bamboo rayon striped jersey... I'd have to go with the black&white polka dot corduroy. Or the grey&white pin dot flannel for a pair of jammies? I hate decisions...

    aldara at gmx dot net :)

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  190. I can NOT decide...I might makd a pretty summer dress out of double gauze, or slim pants from ponte knot, or a cute skirt from ruffle fabric. Lovely giveaway!

    laurasjames at sbcglobal DOT com

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  191. I would make Violette Field Threads Vivienne Skirt with Hart's Hemp Organic Cotton Denim Wave Fabric and the Off White Cotton Pearl Eyelet Fashion Fabric for the inset ruffles. I just recently discovered hart' and think they have a fabulous selection, but haven't ordered anything from them as yet.

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  192. I'd love to make a blouse of this beautiful cranberry silk cotton sateen:
    http://www.hartsfabric.com/silk-cotton-cranberry-55252.html
    Thank you for this chance!

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  193. What a lovely site! Hard to pick just one,so... the tencel wool jersey knit in black, linen cotton raincoat in oatmeal, moda cotton lawn in red rose paisley pattern, raw silk tweed with silver lurex and finally the lavender silk noil.

    donnalafleur@yahoo.com

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  194. These are so cute. I've been thinking of making a new blouse. but maybe I'd make a dress. Eitherway its exciting stuff!
    nat.frizzy.dizzy (at) gmail.com

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  195. Oh my goodness. I would love to give a cute little vintage dress pattern the Green Forest Hills Cotton Voile Fabric by Anna Maria Horner or even the Retro Cotton Lawn Fabric Yellow Floral. That might be nice for the Bombshell dress from your class! Oh! The ideas are just rolling in now! Fun!

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  196. OOh, lots to tempt a fabricoholic!

    I think the red/navy rayon floral is cool, but i can't tell from the description if it's a knit or a woven. If a woven, I'd get it and make a 30s-style dress.

    Or a shift-style blouse from the black/white polka dot silk cotton lawn....

    and what about the pleated Burda sew-along pleated skirt in the Echino viewfinder linen print!

    Also love the vintage tablecloths!

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  197. Oh boy - It would be fun to try and decide how to spend $100 at Hart's. I'm up for the challenge!

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  198. I would love to use any of the knits to make dresses or shirts for my youngest daughter. I love knits!
    Ang2Knight(at)gmail(dot)com

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