Friendship Star Pillow Feature & Giveaway

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  1. CJ says:

    I just took off the Christmas covers on my living room throw pillows, so my next project will be to make new covers. (Somehow, I lost the ones that were on it before Christmas.) These fabrics would be lovely for those pillows! I might just copy the pillow you made!

  2. kris says:

    They are so pretty and soft looking I think I would have to try a clamshell quit and it would show off all the pretty pieces.

  3. Anita says:

    The bundle would be perfect for a pillow, or a table runner.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  4. Sherry J. says:

    I would make a couple of pillows of course, I love yours. thanks for sharing.

  5. Carolyn says:

    Thank you for your beautiful pillow tutorial. I would stitch up some of these lovely pillows for my home. 🙂

  6. Spring inspired pillows are the way to go with these bright and beautiful fabrics!!

  7. Sandy A in St. Louis says:

    I’ve never seen Liberty of London prints in person, but the picture is gorgeous! I thinks they would play very nicely in a tote or snuggle quilt. Would have to see then to know for sure!

  8. Carol says:

    I really want to try this Liberty fabric!

  9. Nancy says:

    I’m not sure exactly what I would make with these fabrics, but I think they would look lovely in my kitchen. Thanks for the giveaway!

  10. Cheryl B. says:

    I would love a chance to try some libery fabrics, I would make a pillow or a baby quilt with them if I was lucky enough to win.

  11. Jesica says:

    I’d make pillows for my bed

  12. Janet Crossman says:

    I would love to try these fabrics and would make a charity quilt using extra fabric as I would need it. thanks for the chance.

  13. Debbie says:

    I was happy to see you on SMS this morning and enjoyed your post – if I won, I’d totally recreate your pillow and give big stitch quilting a try. It’s been on my list to try!

  14. Cheryl L. says:

    Liberty of London is new to me, but the prints are beautiful! The cheery fabrics are certainly inspiring me to take on a new project. A cute quilt, or bag for my granddaughter is at the top of the list.

  15. Jessica says:

    I would add this to the rest of my liberty stash and finally make that lap size 2″ patchwork square quilt I have been planning for a long while:-)
    FINGERS CROSSED so tight!!
    xo, Jessica

  16. Carla says:

    I think I’d make a simple patchwork so the fabrics would be featured ; )

  17. whitney s says:

    oooh, what pretty fabric! I would make a spring bag/tote for my sister and use the scraps to make mug rug.

  18. Merrilee says:

    I have a “quilt in a day- a star for all seasons” table runner favorite that I’d make! thanks for the giveaway and pics of the pretty fabric.

  19. Gill says:

    I’d love to make a quilt for my daughter from Liberty fabrics!

  20. Bekk says:

    Ooo.. So many possibilities, I would make lots of little things; a pincushion for my mum, a needle book for me, a coin purse for a friend, maybe embellishments on a cushion cover and I’d use the scraps to decorate soft animal sculptures. Ha ha, all planned out! Love Liberty fabric. Thanks for the giveaway!

  21. Denise Cabral says:

    I would make the pillow. I love the hand quilting!

  22. Cindy says:

    First time at your site! Love Liberty of London-so soft. Would make a perfect baby quilt for my new great niece…

  23. Congrats on your feature with Sew Mama Sew! I’d love to win this bundle. I think I would make a quilt and it would be fun to try the big stitch hand quilting. I tried it years ago and couldn’t master the 10-12 stitches per inch, but maybe the big stitches are more my style.

  24. Judy S says:

    I’d love to try and make that pillow, it’s just wonderful!

  25. charlotte l says:

    Id LOVE to make that pillow too! Its so pretty. Ive always wanted to have some liberty prints. Thanks so much!

  26. Paula says:

    I’d love to “emulate” your pillow! In another colors…….It’s gorgeous!

  27. Linda Pawlak says:

    I would make a wall hanging for my quilting room!

  28. Lyn Anderson says:

    These are such inspiring fabrics! I would love love to make this beautiful pillow!

  29. elsa says:

    Such a pretty pillow ~ I’m needing a new one for the couch and I think this would do just loverly ~ thank you very much!
    I LOVE Liberty fabrics and I’d probably hoard them for a while and add them to what I’ve already got ~ then I’d make a soft soft quilt.
    Thanks so much for the giveaway!

  30. Diane S says:

    This is the first time that I have seen this fabric and I love it too. I also love your pillow. I would love to make a pillow with this fabric.

  31. I have never seen Gelati Pattern, its awesome.. love your pillow.. I am working on a toddler bed quilt, for my 3rd granddaughter and my son request it be a real quilt.. what he means is the granny sq or mostly the fabric, smaller prints.. this bundle would be great and fresh

  32. charlotte m. says:

    I just received Pillow Pop for Christmas so I would choose a design out of there to make a pillow. I am in love with making pillows right now.

  33. Sally says:

    I have been wanting to do some EPP, and if I think that if I won the fat 16th bundle it would be the perfect fabric to start with.

  34. Claudia TN says:

    Beautiful fabrics and great giveaway! I might just try my hand at making this pillow if I win. It’s gorgeous.

  35. Alivia says:

    I would use this beautiful fabric to make a mobile and fabric you block set for my baby girl. She would love the pretty colours!!

  36. Lisa McGriff says:

    I think I would sleep with the bundle for the first week, or at least put it on my nightstand to look at. Could put it on my mantel like decoration… I would most likely use the bundle to make pillows for my new sewing room.

  37. Cheri Hage says:

    Lovely Prints ! I would be tempted to do a table runner and some fun Pincushions 🙂 Thanks for the chance~

  38. Lindsey says:

    I would be doing some refashioning of plain t-shirts with this Liberty bundle!

  39. Jody says:

    Beautiful fabrics!! Love how they feel. 🙂 They would make a wonderful table runner and accent pillows.

  40. Beautiful pillow and beautiful fabric! I think I’d make a pillow just like yours. It’s so lovely! Thank you for the giveaway.

  41. Tracy H says:

    That pillow is lovely! Or a table runner would be fun!

  42. Debbie ma says:

    I think I would make pillows for my granddaughters — all 3 !!!

  43. Marguerite says:

    Love the hand quilting, it really puts the finishing touch on a beautiful pillow.

  44. Nita says:

    Good morning! I would make a banner for my new sewing room 🙂

  45. Judy says:

    I love Liberty prints and your pillow! I’d like to make this pillow for my kitchen.

  46. kaholly says:

    Such a gorgeous little pillow. I just love the fabrics! I used this technique on a sampler quilt that I made during the summer and it was stunning! Quick and easy, too. Honestly, if I was lucky enough to win the fabric bundle, I’d want to make a quilt just like your pillow!

  47. Of course the first thing I would make is your pillow from the tutorial on Sew Mama Sew!

  48. Amy Wathen says:

    Love that little bundle and I think your pillow shows it off perfectly. I would make one too! Thanks for the chance to win.

  49. Jessamyn Hawkins says:

    I love that pillow and the hand quilting. I also love love love Liberty fabrics, but have never gotten to sew with them. I would use them for a wall hanging and to add accents to little dresses! Thank you for such a delightful giveaway.

  50. Sandra Beck says:

    Quilt for my grand daughter for memories to last a lifetime.
    Beautiful colors and warm days and nights of laughter to share.
    Thanks for the chance.

  51. Melanie D says:

    I’d put in my scrappy trip!

  52. Linda says:

    HI, I’d make new Beautiful Spring Quilt!
    Thanks for sharing!

  53. barbe says:

    i have never seen Liberty in person, hint hint lol, but i have heard such wonderful things about them, so soft, so i would put together a really wild quilt, these fabrics seem to like it best.

  54. Michele T says:

    I absolutely love, love, love Liberty of London fabrics and your pillow is gorgeous – the quilt stitching is a beautiful touch!! If I won this bundle of gorgeousness I would make a long, long table runner! Thanks for the chance!

  55. Karen Ann says:

    I would use it to make the friendship star pillow top with your tutorial….gorgeous!! Thanks for offering….would love to win!!

  56. Sherry says:

    I love the fabric. I am not sure what I would make, I have a list of quilts I want to make and it would work great for one of them. I am sure that a quilt top it would become but would have to think about it a bit.

  57. Marguerite says:

    I would make a quilt to go with that fabulous pillow.

  58. Sarah Schraw says:

    Your pillow is beautiful! I’d like to collect some Liberty over time for a beautifully soft quilt for my own bed. Probably simple square patchwork but we’ll see.

    Thanks 🙂 🙂

  59. Ramona says:

    I would love to make your beautiful pillow for my bedroom. I would also make a topper for my night stand.

  60. vicki seals says:

    Pillows! Maybe a wallhanging. Thanks for the giveaway! vickise at gmail dot com

  61. Adri H. says:

    I’d make a cover for the chair in the living room! I love the patterning you created for the pillow, and maybe it would be adaptable to a slipcover of some kind.

  62. Terry says:

    I’d make a tote with those pretty fabrics! Thanks for the sweet giveaway 🙂

  63. Margie says:

    Those fabrics would be a perfect baby quilt for my niece ,
    ..I love your pillow gorgeous …thanks for the opportunity, you always sharing and giving to us beautiful ideas and patterns..
    I love the way you explain them which my mother language is not English and i can understand so ,so well !
    Many thanks Corey from Margarita

  64. Catherine says:

    This pillow is really lovely – I feel inspired! I would have to put the Liberty towards a quilt.

  65. Laura P says:

    I love your pillow. I need a new spring/summer pillow so I think that is what I’d make with the beautiful Liberty fabric. I’m going to download your tut today.

  66. Suzanne says:

    I would use the beautiful fabric for a Grandmother’s garden pillow and other EPP projects.

  67. Julie Wagner says:

    Those lovely colours deserve to be made into a spring cushion cover. It’s only January but I’m already dreaming of Spring!!

  68. erinmyone says:

    Oh my god! I am dieing for those Liberty fabrics! I know this is grneric, but I would make something quilted… I’m not sure what size project I could manage with fat 8ths but it would have to be quilted and I would be quite stingy with using them and mixing other fabrics into them… I’m literally dieing for some Liberty fabrics… I NEED to touch them and hold them and let the fabric speak for themselves! What a great giveaway! Thank you!

  69. Julie Wagner says:

    Those lovely colours deserve to be made into a spring pillow. It’s only January but I’m already dreaming of Spring!!

  70. Ashley Williams says:

    Love!! I’ve just started building my stash and these fabrics I need!! I’m dying to make a Thimble Blossoms mini so I’d probably do that!

  71. Robin says:

    Well if they are as pretty as these on your blog I might have to ponder for a while.

  72. Julie says:

    I love the pillow you made – maybe I would make that!

  73. Laura says:

    i would make a tote bag with little stars on it

  74. Sharon says:

    I love this fabrics, I’d make a lap quilt with them. Maybe some pillow covers.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  75. Cheryl says:

    With such cute fabrics in small amounts, I should make some clothes for my grandaughters dolls. That would be so cute!!

  76. Robbin says:

    I believe I would follow your lead and make a few happy pillows. Thanks for the inspiration!

  77. Donna W says:

    I think a lap quilt would be in order with this wonderful bundle. Thanks

  78. Cristina says:

    This is just beautiful! I have a question…did you have a hard time removing the water soluble marker? I have never used one and am a little intimidated by it.

    If I won the fabric, I think I would like to make a small bookshelf quilt wallhanging. Thanks for the opportunity!!

    • Corey says:

      I use my water soluble marker a lot and I have never had any trouble and I’ve probably purchased and used more than 20 of them. I use the Dritz blue mark-b-gone brand. I have even ironed over the blue marks and they still come out just as easily with a spritz of water. I have heard people have trouble with the marks coming out if they used any starch prior to marking so I would steer clear of that!

  79. Chiska says:

    I love your pillow! My daughter just asked for a a patchwork dog so if I won I might make her one–but reality is I probably make a bunch of pillows like yours. I love it! Thanks so much.

  80. Karen Seitz says:

    I would use the Liberty fabrics for some English paper piecing, probably hexagons. I have not done this before, but I think those sweet florals would be perfect! Love your pillow!

  81. Laura says:

    I think I would make a simple patchwork wall hanging so I would be able to look at all the beautiful fabrics without too much cutting up. Those beautiful fabrics don’t need much to make them shine -they do it all by themselves! Thank you for the opportunity!!

  82. Barbara says:

    Love, love , love this liberty fabrics!
    I’d like to make a quilt just for me.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  83. Isabel Aldrich says:

    I love Liberty prints. I have a pattern for a circle of butterflies which would look stunning made up in these fabrics and hanging on my wall.

  84. Erin says:

    I would use this fabric for a light summer quilt. Thank you!

  85. Deb Johnson says:

    First, I would throw them up in the air and let them fall on the bed and then I would roll all around on them with glee! OK – maybe TMI! ROFL! I would then look into my stash of 1930’s patterns and find a particularly happy looking quilt and make that one! Hugs, Deb (Quiltbeeme)

  86. tiara says:

    Definitely a pillow. Thanks for the giveaway they have the best fabric!

  87. Sandal says:

    Such cute fabric! Would be cute in a Valentine’s Day project…table runner, perhaps!

  88. Lindsey F says:

    I would make either a pillow or two or a small quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

  89. Heather S says:

    I’d make patchwork pillow covers!

  90. KarenD says:

    I would make the pillow you just featured. A tablerunner would be pretty too.

  91. Anjeanette says:

    It is a lovely pillow! Thanks for the chance to win the Liberty fabric too. I have some scraps of Liberty and it is just so soft! I would make a lovely mini if I won this pack.


  92. Diane W. says:

    First of all, thank you for the giveaway of such lovely fabrics! I would make a Dresden plate quilt!

  93. Jane S. says:

    I’ve never seen Liberty fabrics in person before so I’d be thrilled to win these! I’m kind of hooked on EPP right now so I’d be making more mug mats using hexagons. Thanks for the nice giveaway! 🙂

  94. Victoria Webster says:

    I would make the pillow that you talked about. It is lovely

  95. Rhonda Desgranges says:

    I need to make a sewing machine cover and cushions for my sewing room.
    Thanks for the chance to win!!!


  96. The Mrs. says:

    I’m loving your pillow design and it might serve as inspiration for a quilt project using Westwood Acres Liberty Lawn giveaway fabric. I’d love to be the winner!

  97. janine says:

    They are beautiful fabrics…the colours are gorgeous!. I would love to try some table mats with them…

  98. Jocelyn says:

    Oh wow! What a fabulous giveaway! I would love to make a tote bag with these gorgeous fabrics. Thanks!

  99. Rose says:

    Love your pillow and love that gelato pattern!

  100. Becky Moyer says:

    I think a small wall hanging would be great with these fabrics.

  101. Mary says:

    That is really beautiful. I would love to make some new pillow covers for the guest room bed.

  102. Michelle says:

    I would make some hexies to add to the ones I’m making now!

  103. Yvonne says:

    There will be 3 new baby girls arriving this spring and each will need a new quilt. This fabric is so perfect. Thanks for a great giveaway.

  104. Amy says:

    Beautiful and blendable fabrics. Would love to use.

  105. Malinda says:

    What lovely fabric! I think I would make a small wallhanging with lots of white to set off each individual fabric, then make small zippered pouches with the rest.

  106. Jacqueline VH says:

    I’d make a table runner for my dresser in the master bedroom.

  107. Susan K in Texas says:

    I think I would expand your pillow into a quilt. These fabrics are beautiful and would make such a nice soft quilt.

  108. Terri says:

    I think I would make a nice new bed quilt for the guest room and if I’m as ambitious as I think I am, it will be a made up of dresden blocks!

  109. Barb says:

    I’d make a sweet little pillow for my bedroom. Thanks for the chance to win!

  110. Kay says:

    Your cushion is just gorgeous. Liberty is always so beautiful. Thank you for a lovely giveaway, I would use the fabric to make something sweet with EPP hexagons.

  111. ana says:

    El cojín está precioso, las telas son preciosas, me gustaría hacer una pequeña colcha de bebé.


  112. Mary Burn says:

    I would love to have the friendship pillows made from this beautiful fabric.
    Thanks for including me in this giveaway.

  113. BillieBee says:

    Gorgeous fabrics. It would be a lap quilt…..a cuddly one.

  114. Lauren aka Giddy99 says:

    I’d make a pillow like yours; I love it! Thanks for the chance!

  115. Kellie Stines says:

    I think several Spring dresses for my granddaughter would be beautiful in these fabrics!

  116. Elaine Satterfield says:

    I would make a pillow like yours! Just stunning!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  117. Jamie says:

    How cow! These are AMAZING! I would love to make a lap quilt. I’m just starting my quilting adventures and I LOVE FUN fabric!!!

    Love everything you do! Thanks for this qiveaway!


  118. Cecilia says:

    I would use it to make 2 pillow covers. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  119. Sandra W says:

    These fabrics are so delicate and feminine… I would make a quilt. Thanks for this sweet giveaway.

  120. Johanna says:

    I would have to make a quilt for me! Everyone else in the house has a quilt that I made. I just take theirs LOL. I don’t have any Liberty fabric and would love some!

  121. Susan says:

    I would make a few of those awesome pillows and then some small zip bags to share. I am halfway through a scrappy trip round the world, then thinking about your string star. Or maybe Gelati- love too many!

  122. jenny says:

    Just perfect fabrics for a pillow. Love yours!

  123. Beth says:

    Oooh…I think I’d make a pillow from this very tutorial!

  124. Samantha Olsen says:

    I want to make Camille’s Vintage quilt from her Retro book with that Liberty!! So cute.

  125. rosa says:

    Your pillow is gorgeous!!
    I’m not sure exactly what I would make with them, but I think they would look lovely in my room or my neck. Thanks for the giveaway!

  126. melissa says:

    I love Westwood Acres! I think they’d be great for pillows in my living room that we’re getting started on remodeling.

  127. Ellen M. says:

    Beautiful pillow – I love the hand quilting on it! I think I would use the Liberty lawn for beautiful infinity scarves. Thanks for the chance!

  128. Bergere says:

    I think I would make a quilt from the 1940″s pattern book I have. Give it a refreshed vintage look.

  129. Barb B says:

    I would make the pillow you have featured on Sew Mama Sew. I think it is beautiful! Thank you for the gieveaway!

  130. Karen K says:

    I’d make a pillow cover similar to the one you’ve featured. It’s lovely. Thanks for the chance to win your give-away!

  131. Ruth G says:

    I would make a little quilt. love your pillow and fabric choice.

  132. BreannaS says:

    I need some throw pillows for out couch and master bedroom. I think I would use them to make a variety of patchwork and applique pillow.

  133. Aline Bodven says:

    Want to get a head start on gifts for next Christmas,seeing that I didn’t finish on time this year. Have a lot of new paterns for table toppers and kitchen decor. All would make up beautiful

  134. Hildy says:

    What beautiful fabrics. I love the colors. I would make a sweet lap quilt for me to use in the living room. The colors would go perfect.

  135. yenni says:

    i love floral fabrics…i’d love to make a quilt..^^

  136. Pat says:

    Gorgeous fabrics – I’d make some small zip pouches with this fabric and linen – they would make the best gifts for my daughters and sister!

  137. Jo says:

    How pretty! I would use them in a cathedral Window lap quilt

  138. Julia Perucca says:

    ♥ I would make fabric toys!

  139. Virginia says:

    I would like to make a lap quilt for my “new to me” house. I travelled to London years ago and went to the Liberty store and the fabrics are awesome. It would be so much to have some of my own to quilt . Thanks for the chance to enter.

  140. Kristal says:

    Oooh, nice! I’m thinking Miss Maggie Rabbit by Alicia Paulsen, and a tiny quilt!

  141. Jessica P. says:

    This would be a lovely start to a new quilt for my daughter. We are fixing up a new room in our house for her. I want to make her a quilt for her “big girl” bed.

  142. Laura says:

    This is such a beautiful pillow! I would love to make a pillow cushion or a table runner!

  143. Jeneta says:

    I think I’d make a pretty ballet bag. And maybe a few zip pouches if there was some fabric left over!

  144. Lori Morton says:

    Loooove this fabric! & your pillow is gorgeous!! Great job!!

    I would make pillows for our Family Room….so I could see them all the time! lol

  145. Debra Kay Neiman says:

    Liberty goodness would make lovely pillow covers. Happy New Year from Oklahoma, USA. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

  146. Cindy in ND says:

    I would like to make one of Happy Quilting’s sew along patterns.

  147. Janice says:

    I have three new nieces due this year so I would make some beautiful baby quilts with this fabric.

  148. Sandy K says:

    I would make a pillow cover too.

  149. Vicki H says:

    Zippy pouches are on my make list. These fabrics would be great.

  150. Wendi Lauren Dickherber says:

    I would make my stepdaughter a large throw. I just adore these fabrics

  151. hafza says:

    I would love to try your star pillow cushion if I won! Thanks for the chance!

  152. Alexis says:

    I have to say, I’m feeling pretty inspired by your pillow.

  153. Kathy Davis says:

    These fabrics are so “comfortable” like a cuddly grandma. I would love to make a cuddly quilt for my granddaughter and incorporate theses fabrics.

  154. Betsy says:

    I would probably make some small cosmetic cases or zipper pouches, but I want to do that pillow too!

  155. Rina says:

    I think these would be beautiful in a comfort quilt. thanks for the chance.

  156. Angelia L. says:

    Liberty fabrics are new to me and I sure wish I had known about them sooner because they are absolutely gorgeous. Your pillow is beautiful and I would love to make one. Thank you for sharing!

  157. Sarah Marie says:

    Your pillow is just darling and the hand quilting is very striking! Thanks for offering such a generous giveaway. The fabrics would make gorgeous aprons and quilts for my girls ~

  158. Melissa H says:

    I would love to make some throw pillows for my living room!!!

  159. Becky S says:

    Beautiful pillow!!! I would love to use those Liberty fabrics in a quilt. Thanks for the fun giveaway.

  160. Nancy of IN says:

    I’d love to make the pillow like you did. I love it.

  161. Debra Lee says:

    I have a quilt in mind for these!

  162. Linda says:

    I so want to make your pillow. Love those precious liberty fabrics

  163. Tamie says:

    My daughter gifted me a fat 16th bundle from Westwood for Christmas so I’m already thinking. I LOVE your pillow. I’d love to add to my collection. Thanks for the tutorial.

  164. DeborahGun says:

    Oh I would definitely make some pillows. My lounge room needs brightening up!

  165. Lea says:

    Lovely fabric, I’ve no idea what I’d make with it. It has a vintage feel to it, so I suppose I lean towards making a vintage quilt pattern.

  166. Hayley says:

    I would shamelessly copy your pillow! I saw it on Instagram and thought it was so clever

  167. You know, I’ve never had the chance to use Liberty fabric before! I would love to incorporate them into a quilt or maybe use them in a zippy pouch. Thanks for the chance to win them!

  168. Hildy says:

    I think they deserve a pattern which would show all their beauty! Something with a lot of whites to make the colors even more pop.Now I need to find this pattern … or draw someone up myself:-)

  169. Becky Thompson says:

    I would make the pillow exactly like you did! It’s gorgeous and a great inspiration. I’ve never tried hand quilting and this is a perfect start!

  170. Julie N says:

    Anytime Liberty is used it is lovely. Thank you for the pillow tutorial.

  171. Joeann says:

    I would make a Clam shell cot quilt. Something to be treasured

  172. Kerri Larsson says:

    I think they would be great in a few hexagon pillow covers!!

  173. Darlene says:

    Just bought the book the Liberty Book of Simple Sewing and these would be perfect to make my first Liberty project.

  174. It was your HST pillow that caught my eye, so that’s what I would love to use the Liberty fabrics for!

  175. Paula says:

    What a lovely giveaway. Thank you so much. I think i would incorporate the fabric into a lap quilt for myself. I made a Liberty mini for a friend’s daughter’s Barbie for Christmas and I really want to make something similar, but larger, for myself now.

  176. I would create handbags as gifts for next Christmas or use them in laptop quilts for our local nursing home! Great selection!

  177. Jansie says:

    I would make a super cute outfit for my 16 month old. Beautiful pillow!!

  178. Paula B says:

    I would make a quilt for myself!!!

  179. Delaine says:

    I would make a lot of pretty summer coasters. Thanks for the give away!

  180. Laura says:


  181. Carol C. says:

    I would make a pillow just like yours — It’s beautiful!!

  182. Jennifer says:

    I would probably make a couple of pillows. Yours is beautiful. Thanks for the chance to win.

  183. jam says:

    How I would love to win the stack of Liberty Fabrics. I would love to use your pillow inspiration to make a table runner for my sister-in-law. So beautiful.

  184. Jenn B says:

    I would love to make a throw quilt. Thank you!!

  185. Jeanne says:

    I would have to make something on a large scale so as not to lose what the fabrics really look like. Pillows, maybe. Thinking maybe a table cover and some napkins.

  186. Rosebud says:

    I think something using that lovely fabric and hexagons would be wonderful. I also just ordered a quilt book that uses fabric like that and then voila! I find this offer. What could be better. Thank you so much for this opportunity.

  187. Judith Ward says:

    What a gorgeous bundle! I think I would make a bag so I could walk out with it and show the fabrics off!

  188. mary says:

    I would make the Pattern from quilt-it called Peppermint Pinwheels.

  189. Lisa Garrett says:

    A tote bag!!

  190. Marcia R. says:

    OOH I love your pillow!! When I was in England this Fall, I was lucky enough to get by the Liberty Department Store. I was already in love with the fabric but had never seen any in person. It’s so gorgeous! I purchased just enough to make a blouse for myself for the Spring. If I won this bundle, I would probably make a pillow just like yours. 🙂

  191. Kristi says:

    I would make some Dresden plates I’ve been dreaming of and waiting for the perfect fabric for!

  192. Valerie Boudier says:

    Think I’d add it to the rest of my Liberty fabrics and make some cushions

  193. Shawn says:

    These would be great for pillows or lap quilts, thanks for the giveaway.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

  194. Debbie says:

    I’m not sure what I would make but I do love the fabric and I love your pillow. I also love the Gelati quilt pattern.

  195. Susan says:

    I am not sure what I would make. I have in mind placemats, napkins, or little bags to attach to wheelchairs, walkers, etc.

  196. Kathleen OGrady says:

    Corey I love your pillow, it is gorgeous. I want to start making one right now but have to clean up a few WIP’s first. Mine won’t be quite as pretty as your because I don’t have any wonderful Liberty fabrics, ha ha. I just pre-ordered your book, can’t wait for it to get here….is it April yet 🙂
    I am not entering your giveaway but just wanted to leave a comment. Thanks for another great tutorial!

  197. Susie says:

    I would make a tote bag and pouches to match! Wow this is great!

  198. Leah says:

    My couch is in major need of some fun new pillows. Would love to make some friendship star pillows!

  199. Piroska says:

    I would probably do a Pinwheel pillow cover (or 2). :o)

  200. Amanda Harvey says:

    I would definitely use the material to do your friendship star pillow, it’s so pretty and friendly. I have a friend who has had her cancer come back and I know it would cheer her up no end xxx

  201. Sherryl says:

    Oooh! I love Liberty too! I have christened 2014 my “year of the alphabet,” the goal being to make as may alphabet and/or word themed quilts as I can. These fabrics would be perfect! I bet I could make one letter out of each piece. And that would take me over half way through the ABC’s right? Awesomeness!!

  202. Gunilla says:

    I would love to make some cute pouches, for make up and one for the oh so hard to store cables for rhe ipad and iphone! Fingers crossed!!!

  203. Heather L says:

    I make some kind of quilt…maybe for my girls or any of the new family members due in my family (cousins etc) this spring. (Or this pillow…it’s so cute! 🙂

  204. Dawn Frisch says:

    I think I would make some placemats and mug rugs with the fabric – it is so springy and perfect for the upcoming spring season! I also would love to make a few pillows like yours too… hmmmm I have to really think about this now. : ) Thanks for sharing your talents with us!
    array-dawn at cox dot net

  205. Elizabeth says:

    Thank you for the awesome opportunity. I have been leaning towards joining the Liberty Club. I would make a case for my phone and a mini quilt.

  206. Debbie says:

    I have been gradually adding to my stash of liberty, in hopes to someday make a small tumbler wall hanging for my sewing room.

  207. dispack says:

    Love the pillow! Yup, I’d probably make one just like it for my new couch. I’m thinking gray background with gold thread hand quilting! Thanks!

  208. Darby says:

    Lovely pillow!

  209. Pam says:

    ohhh – I love Liberty! I would make a scrappy cosmetic pouch with Liberty and lace. Thanks for the awesome giveaway, and for sharing that delightful pillow!

  210. Mary Jane says:

    I would love to make a pillow out of these beautiful “Liberty” fabrics. I am a pillow lover and can not get enough fabric or patterns. Thanks for the opportunity.

  211. Margaret Schindler says:

    I love this fabrics and pillows would be what I would make

  212. jeifner says:

    Ooh, if it’s the lawn I’d love to mix it with some AMH voiles for a summer quilt/throw. That way it’d be light and comfy.

  213. Louise B says:

    I totally love your pillow and it’s exactly the project I need to try hand quilting for the first time. If I were lucky enough to win the fabric it would go perfectly in the farmers wife quilt I’ve decided to be brave enough to start this year. xx

  214. Meg Y says:

    I’m torn between some pretty pillows for me or a baby quilt for a friend! Thanks for the chance to have to decide!

  215. Pat V. says:

    Oh, some lovely pillows or a small wall hanging to brighten up my sewing space!

  216. Laurelle C says:

    Hi, I have been saving some Liberty bloomsbury Garden bundles to make a quilt for my bed and have been looking for some more Liberty prints to go with them as I just love them all. Thanks for the chance 🙂

  217. Jennifer Hoeting says:

    Ooh! I would love to start a Farmers’s wife sampler with these!!

  218. Jill says:

    Lots of small and dainty things… maybe a needle case, jewelry pouch, little coin purse with embroidery!

  219. Saira says:

    Always love a bit of liberty! If I can bring myself to cut into it, I would try a small wall hanging I think, for some prettiness above my desk. Thanks for the chance and hope a UK entry is OK.

  220. I love this cushion! Having just hand pieced one for a bee, I think I’d make a quilt of Alice Brooks butterflies – they’d look amazing in Liberty lawn, maybe with an Oakshott background?

  221. Katy D says:

    I would love to make a quilt with them but I would be so afraid to cut into them! I love this pillow so much!

  222. Nicole says:

    Beautiful fabrics! I think I would make a tote!

  223. kathy says:

    Your pillow is so beautiful! I think I would have to copy you and make one of your beautiful pillows for myself. Thank you for the tutorial and a chance to win.

  224. Nicole Buckley says:

    Love liberty! I would use in the gypsy quilt. It’s big on IG and would push my new quilting skills. Love the tutorial on hand quilting. I’m handquilting my Marcelle Medallion!
    Thanks for chance to win?
    PS glad I found you in IG.
    Nicole aka Saphre1964

  225. Renee says:

    So beautiful! I would love to give your pillow patterna try with these!

  226. Sophie says:

    I am collecting fabrics for a scrappy Bourgogne Surrounded. If I won, the Liberty fabrics would be featured in my quilt.

  227. Melissa says:

    This pillow is gorgeous! If I was lucky enough to win a bundle I’d make a quilt for my niece and definitely would love to try big stitching too. Love all of your work BTW!

  228. M says:

    I’d pet and admire them:) your pillow looks gorgeous!

  229. robin says:

    would love to make a table topper with these! Thanks!

  230. Margaret says:

    Gorgeous! I’d make a pillow with hexagons.

  231. Audrey says:

    Soooo beautiful!! I would make a small baby quilt for a little girl! How adorable!

  232. Jana D says:

    I LOVE Liberty and can’t wait to get my hands on some. I AM going to make a quilt using the FRAMES pattern from Amanda’s shop with Liberty fabrics.

  233. Meg says:

    I love your pillow, especially the hand quilting. I would use these fabrics in a quilt.

  234. T Bosch says:

    I love the pillow! HMMM…what to make, what to make? Maybe a pillow for my bed…maybe just like yours. 😉

  235. Emily says:

    What beautiful luscious fabric. The possibilities are limitless. I would start with pillow covers and go from there. I just purchased a new couch and would love this to accent the couch. Thanks fir the giveaway.

  236. Nicky says:

    I love Liberty and I’d love to make an economy square tote in Liberty and something more solid like the new Oakshott heavier weight fabric!

  237. Rachel says:

    I would make a sweet baby blanket for my little one, with churn dash blocks! Thank you for the giveaway! Your pillow is gorgeous!

  238. Samantha says:

    What a gorgeous pillow! I think that I would try your tutorial with this bundle 🙂

  239. Bianca says:

    I think that I would be a copycat and follow your lead. I love your pillow with the Liberty fabrics…and I would love to win a bundle of it as I don’t have any in my stash. Fingers crossed. 🙂

  240. annabelle says:

    Hmmm, maybe a new bag or spotlight them in a low volume quilt. I do love how vintagey and sweet they are. Thank you both 🙂

  241. Vicky says:

    Am new to sewing, would love to make my first quilt with these amazing fabrics, fingers crossed 😉

  242. I would turn that gorgeous fabric into little hexies to use in a pillow maybe.

  243. Julia says:

    Your pillow is gorgeous! I would absolutely try out your tutorial. My points won’t be nearly as perfect but at least the fabrics would be gorgeous!

  244. Indianna says:

    I’d love to incorporate it into my green tea and sweet beans quilt. Thanks for a great tutorial.

  245. I would make a birthday quilt for my little sister! such girly cute fabric 🙂

  246. Heather M says:

    I’m think these prints would make a really cute skirt, for me or my daughter.

  247. Trisch says:

    I think I would be a copy cat and make your beautiful pillow! Thanks for the chance to win!!

  248. Nita says:

    Hummm… goodness, that pillow is perfect. I think I would make one, too!

  249. Thunder says:

    looks to me that they would be great in a quilt for my youngest granddaughter.

  250. Emily C says:

    Beautiful fabric. I would make a quilt.

  251. Cheryl B says:

    I’d make a lap quilt and do some big stitching on it while watching the upcoming Olympics. Your big stitches on the pillow are getting me itching to stitch something like this. I’m always admiring this type of finishing touch and I need to make it a goal for this year.

  252. Siobhan says:

    Oooh, sweet pillow! If I were to win the giveaway, I would add the fabric to my Liberty stash for a Liberty infused quilt or make a table runner.

  253. Kathy says:

    I would make a pillow because I just love the one you made! Thanks for the pattern & tutorial! 🙂

  254. marilyn s. says:

    I love the liberty fabric!
    some pretty pillows would be fun to make.
    Thank you for a chance to win.

  255. Suzanne McFadden says:

    I’m inspired to make a lovely patchwork scarf, maybe lined with light silk.

  256. Lucy says:

    I would make a summerweight throw with those beauties.

  257. Wendy says:

    I would love to make the pillow top from your sewmamasew tutorial! I LOVE Liberty fabric.

  258. Carla S says:

    I would make a dutch girl lap quilt.

  259. Lori says:

    I have admired liberty prints from afar….I would definitely make your pillows…maybe even a quilt to match!

  260. Shirley says:

    I have been collecting Liberty Tana Lawn for years and hope to make a quilt for the guest room as soon as I get brave enough to cut into it.

  261. Jessica says:

    I would love to incorporate these into a quilt for my grandmothers birthday!

  262. LisaAnn says:

    I would definitely make that pillow! It is so pretty! That fabric is gorgeous!

  263. Diana Nelson says:

    The gelati pattern is beautiful but those liberty fabrics are the best. I too love Liberty fabric and would love some.

  264. Katy says:

    After seeing your pillow yesterday on FB I made a note to add it to my list of things to make in 2014. So…I would definately make that pillow. Thanks!

  265. Debbie says:

    I think I would probably make pillow covers. Lawn is such wonderful fabric to work with. I love all of your pillow covers, especially the hand stitching.

  266. Philippa says:

    I have decided I need some new pillows..and I think these would fit the bill nicely. You example is perfection!

  267. sandi says:

    I’d make a pillow so I could legitimately rub my cheek on Liberty all the time. 😉

  268. Beth says:

    Your pillow is gorgeous! I would use them to make a baby quilt.

  269. Kathi B says:

    This fabric would make a beautifully soft lap quilt.

  270. Jacquelyn says:

    Pillows. I don’t have any quilted ones yet and I think I need some. 🙂

  271. Barbara says:

    Pillows or maybe a baby quilt.

  272. I would like to try log cabins with Liberty 🙂

  273. Janis says:

    I would love to make a King size quilt with Liberty fabrics!

  274. Beth Stanfield says:

    I have a new grandchild due in July, our 10th! Blessed beyond measure. I would use the Liberty beauties to make this one’s baby quilt.

  275. Sara says:

    so colorful and gorgeous! i’d be tempted to do a patchwork scarf for spring.

  276. Nina says:

    My daughter had a rare type of aneurysium fixed just befor Christmas
    So I would use this to create a celebration of life gift for her. Nina

  277. Carrie says:

    I’d add it to the fabric I’m saving up for my Strawberry Social quilt!

  278. Kim says:

    Would love to add these Liberty Fabrics to my hexie collection !!!

    • Diane says:

      Yum! I’m with Kim and I’ve only just this week done hexagon rows. I’ve got a way to go before I’m happy with them but I’m so pleased to have made a start. How brilliant it would be to practice with such pretty fabric – definite incentive to get it right. I’ve seen alot of projects with Liberty fabric and they’re fab! I must visit the shop this year.

  279. Sue says:

    Love Liberty of London. I would make a new tote a lunch bag to take to work.

  280. Janice says:

    I have been lusting for a lap quilt made from Liberty of London fabrics since last winter. With all of this terribly cold weather, it would be nice to have that lap quilt right now. I just love the hand of the Liberty fabrics. It’s like a dream.

  281. Celia says:

    I would love to have the Liberty Fabric to make A Quilt with Different Star Patterns

  282. Kay Aycock says:

    Pretty-Pretty! I would use these with a vintage 30’s pattern to make my little granddaughter a quilt. She’s the only girl in the family with 3 older brothers!!
    Kay >^..^<

  283. Emily K. says:

    Liberty??!! yes please! Thanks for the chance to win! 🙂

  284. I love your pillow! I think I would make a couple placemats and a table topper~ it would sure brighten up our dining nook. Thanks for the fun!

  285. Hallie says:

    I would probably start an EPP project. Liberty prints are just spectacular for hand piecing…..a nice wall hanging for spring!!

  286. regina chronister says:

    I love your pillow and all your ideas. I would hold and pet that fabric at first what a beautiful giveaway.

  287. Lisa says:

    I’ve been eyeing those Liberty fabrics for a long time, I think I’d like to make a pillow exactly like yours, it’s beautiful!

  288. Christine M says:

    I would love to make a spool quilt with Liberty fabrics. After seeing a friend’s quilt, it would be perfect. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

  289. Anotheryarn says:

    Westwood Acres puts together such great bundles – my no-stash January doesn’t need to know about this liberty bundle of the month thing. What would I make? I’m torn between recreating your pillow and making a whole bunch of little liberty churn-dash blocks from Quilting Happiness (individually bound, but hung together).

  290. sharon says:

    I would add lots of white and maybe a few solids and make a sweet baby quilt

  291. Sherri Gibson says:

    The next quilt show for our guild, The Coshocton Canal Quilters, has a scrappy theme. I would use these Liberty Fabrics to make a wall hanging for this featured category!

    I have never heard of Liberty Fabrics….I am an INSTANT FAN!

  292. Nancy Foland says:

    I live in a pre-civil war house. Most of my quilt projects are done with civl war fabric. I call those serious quilts. But sometimes i like to do a fun quilt. Making a fun quilt with this fabric would be fun, not dead serious. I like the older 20-30 patterns and this fabric would make a adorable quilt. i take all my quilts serious, but all are fun why not use some different fun fabric thanks for the chance

  293. Gina Snyder says:

    Oh, lovely fabrics! I would probably try to make the pillow just like yours! I love it and just getting interested in quilting so this would be a great way to start.


  294. Kara says:

    I am making a Liberty hexagon quilt with some of the Liberty stash I have picked up while traveling to London for work over the last few years. This would be a great addition and I appreciate the opportunity! (I joined the stash club too, just in case!!)

  295. Melissa E says:

    I would use it to make some EPP accessories for my sewing room. I’m in desperate need of a new sewing mat and a pouch to store my growing collection of presser feet. And maybe a new pin cushion to go with them.

  296. Patty says:

    I would have to just look at the collection of beautiful fabrics for a week or two and then maybe I would make a lap quilt or a baby quilt for my “grandmother’s hope chest”.

  297. prsd4tim2 says:

    Oh, those liberty fabrics are just so yummy. I think it would make a wonderful little quilt. Thanks for the chance.

  298. Cusy Pernas says:

    Definetely, a pillow likw the one you did. Also, some lap quilt with lots of liberty patches to snuggle while crocheting!!!!

  299. Evelyn says:

    Ooooh, yummy! Perfect for a beautiful quilt!

  300. Ginny Worden says:

    Liberty fabrics are beautiful and I would like some new pillows for my living room,so what better way to use the fabrics. Thanks.

  301. Shelly says:

    Beautiful!! I would love to try the pillows or a small quilt.

  302. Angela d says:

    I think I’d use the stack and some of my liberty stash and make a quilt for ME!

  303. Janet Pierce says:

    Since I just lost my home, and everything in it to a flood, it would be great to rebuild my stash, so I can begin to sew quilts again.

  304. Jessica says:

    These would make a gorgeous patchwork pillow!

  305. Jerri says:

    I love the way these fabrics look & feel.

  306. Joan says:

    We are moving into a new house this week so I will be making pillows and a tablerunner very soon.

  307. KHohns says:

    These fabrics are so fresh & springy! I would so sew up a cute little table runner for the kitchen table if I am lucky to win this little bundle. Crossing my fingers…

  308. Darby says:

    Might be time to make my 9 year old daughter a full size quilt for her new bed that doubles as the guest bed when family comes to town!

  309. Kim McPeake says:

    I love Liberty fabric. What would I make? I love making star quilt blocks.

  310. Nancy of IN says:

    I am doing an Eagle Scout project and need more. Love the star–friendship star pillow.

  311. AndreaW says:

    I recently checked “Liberty Love” out of the library and want to make a mostly Liberty lawn quilt. For me! But maybe I should start with a pillow…

  312. Francine says:

    I’m collecting fabric for the gypsy wife guilt and I think these would look great as part of that. Thanks for the chance to win.

  313. Gonca says:

    I don’t have any specific project in mind but I’ love to try:)

  314. Noreen says:

    Carry the torch, perfect for match doll quilts

  315. Lynne says:

    I just love your Friendship Star cushion, that I will have to go and buy the fabrics anyway. I’ve always loved the Friendship Star block. I bought some Liberty scraps at the end of last year, I think I need more than I have for this cushion. Lovely giveaway.

  316. I would make a quilt…but would have to design it first. It would be something modern and fresh to show off the beautiful fabrics.

  317. Kym says:

    Thanks for the chance to win. I would make another of your Sashiko pillows.

  318. kerri horne says:

    my cousin is having her first baby, and its a girl. I would love to make something for her with these print!!

  319. Phyllis Nickens says:

    I have a scrappy quilt planned and these would make a great addition.

  320. Karrie Smith says:

    I would use it in a quilt!! Thanks for the chance to win!!@

  321. Teresa says:

    I have a favorite co-worker who’s pregnant and i would love to make a simple baby quilt with touches of liberty fabrics and hand quilting!

  322. Linda says:

    I am new to your blog and LOVE your designs! I am in the process of designing a new sewing room ( taking over my son’s room who FINALLY moved out). So I am thinking maybe pillows for the day bed and curtains.

  323. Renita Sullivan says:

    I have a pattern for a quilt that has a star type block with a white background. I would love to use that fabric to make each of the stars! Thanks so much for a chance!

  324. SARAH says:

    I would use it to make a baby quilt!! Thanks for the chance to win!! 🙂

  325. Sonya Mullis says:

    I would make a wall hanging for my sewing room with this beautiful fabric…. maybe a mini Swoon? I love, love, love Liberty fabrics! Thanks for this sweet giveaway!

  326. Eliza Crandall says:

    I would make a bag first,so when I’m in public people will say”where did you find such beautiful fabric?” And of course I would make some happy pillows.

  327. Dawn Jones says:

    I would make a patchwork purse. I am new to sewing so I am trying to practice skill.

  328. Brenda says:

    I would use it in a wonderful quilt to snuggle up in. I could use one today, home sick on my birthday:( what a bummer. But it has been wonderful to enjoy spending time on the internet looking at wonderful web sites like yours. Thanks so much for all the inspiration!!!

  329. Darcy B says:

    I had a brain tumor—I had surgery to remove it–but they weren’t able to remove it all–so I had to have radiation to discourage what was left from growing–and lost my hair. I will make scarves to cover my poor head.

  330. Susan says:

    Gosh that would be lovely to win! I’ve loved those fabrics since forever! Your pillow is gorgeous, and I might be tempted to make that, if I won – a set of them for the living room. Or could be, I’d make a quilt for a special little girl I know. Hard choice! Thanks for the chance to win.

  331. Beth F. says:

    I have dreamed of owning some Liberty fabric. I think I would make a wallhanging that I could hang in our home so we could see it every day. I know one thing, I would use every thread of it and try to make something beautiful! Thank you for the give away.

  332. carol says:

    This would make a great quilt, would have to look for the right pattern…

  333. Moira M says:

    Most likely a tablerunner! Love the colors of the fabrics and your pillow!

  334. Connie Thomas says:

    I have have never seen these fabrics before they are quite beautiful. Since I’m ready for spring a new table cloth would be gorgeous. It would make my day to win them.

  335. Kaylin VanBuskirk says:

    I would make a few quilted purses!!

  336. mina slade says:

    I would make a grandmothers flower garden just for ME

  337. Susan says:

    This is pure female, I need it to make a new baby girl quilt, hexies I think

  338. WhitneyBryce says:

    I have been in love with liberty fabrics for a while now!! I have earmarked SOOO many liberty projects it will be hard to determine which one to go with. One of my favorites though is a table topper with liberty 5″ squares. Regardless of the project I choose, I appreciate the opportunity to finally own some beautiful liberty fabrics!! Thank you!

  339. Sew says:

    What a gorgeous bundle of fabric.. The possibilities are endless.. But I think I’d have to make something special just for me!

  340. barbara corbitt says:

    i would make two lap quilts. i would donate one and give the other to my best friend’s mother who is in a nursing home.

  341. Michele says:

    I’d make a table topper for our round oak table. I have a blouse I made of Liberty fabric 35 years ago– lovely stuff. Often tempted to cut it up so I can put the fabric into a quilt.

  342. Stephanie Olmsted says:

    If i win I will be stopping by Sew Mama Sew to get the free pattern for this pillow. I want to make a few quilted throw pillows for my couch this year. This pattern would be awesome.

  343. Emilee says:

    A little doll quilt and pillow for my daughter would be adorable in that fabric…or maybe a quilted bag for me!

  344. Ali M says:

    I am not sure what I’d make, but I signed up for this club with the fat sixteenth bundles already so I’d make twice as much of whatever it as I would otherwise 😉

  345. Katy(LethargicLass) says:

    I am collecting Liberty so that this year I can finally make a Liberty quilt…this prize would be amazing!

  346. After I petted it for a long time I would put it in a quilt

  347. Jeanne says:

    i would add it to my slow growing stash of ’30’s fabric (I think it looks 30-ish don’t you). I am hoping by fall I will have enough to start on my quilt. thanks for a chance to win, I love Liberty, going shopping now.

  348. Kristen says:

    I absolutely love your pillow and would probably make one for myself with the bundle!

  349. Melissa Cox says:

    I am just starting to learn to quilt. So these beautiful fabrics would be used in my very first true quilt which will hopefully be worthy if I’m lucky enough to win them.

  350. Annie says:

    I love Liberty fabrics! I would either make a 6 point star epp pillow, or start a scrappy trip around the world quilt. It looks lovely in patchwork!

  351. I love your Friendship Star pillow and would likely make one similar with such gorgeous Liberty fabrics.

  352. Janet Aquadro says:

    I just adore Liberty Fabrics! They have such a wonderful hand and drape.
    A Liberty pillow would be such a treasure.

  353. Jo Robertson says:

    I’m planning a quilt for my mum’s 70th in September – some of that would be perfect!

  354. I’m picturing a flurry of little pinwheels dancing on a vintage white background. I can use a new throw with spring sure to be arriving soon 🙂

  355. Your pillow is so sweet! I think I would make something similar for some summer pillows. Thanks for the chance!

  356. Shauna says:

    I think I would make a couple of pillows for my couch, just to get some spring in the room

  357. I love the pillow you made! I can see those Liberty prints in a zippy pouch!

  358. Jacklynn Grimm says:

    I love the Liberty prints – I would make one pillow like yours and hoard the rest for something special. Thanks for the give away!

  359. Letty says:

    What gorgeous prints. They’re perfect and summery for a pillow, but if I won I’d make something bigger – most likely a quilt for my hammock. Thanks!

  360. Mariana says:

    I’d hoard it along with my other Liberty, waiting for the perfect project! Great giveaway! Thanks!

  361. Quilting Tangent says:

    Very pretty pillow. I would make them into a Sping/summer quilt with all those pretty flowers.

  362. I would have to make something for my bedroom!! so pretty.

  363. Cheryl W says:

    I def would make some type of scrappy quilt! I don’t have enough scraps that read a solid color to make a visually stunning quilt and these Liberty fabrics are awesome for that! mrscwatson81(at)

  364. Tracey Holly says:

    I would love to make a quilt with it. The fabric is fabulous!

  365. MaryJane says:

    So glad I just found you-love the fabrics and would probably make an apron or wall quilt. Happy quilting!

  366. Elizabeth W says:

    Ooh – probably a lap throw so I could look at it constantly!

    Thanks for the chance.
    Lwghosts at yahoo

  367. Hayley says:

    I would give it to my bestie who has slowly been collecting little bits of liberty to make a quilt out of. hayleymstephens at gmail dot com

  368. Jo says:

    I would use them in a cathedral window quilt or pillow

  369. Mom C says:

    Pillowcases and little girl skirts. so fun. Thanks.

  370. I would love to make anything with liberty – such lovely fabrics- It would make a great cuddle quilt.
    Thanks for the chance to win such lovely fabrics,

  371. Connie Cain says:

    I think maybe a table runner would be nice. 🙂

  372. Kathy M Boice says:

    I would make a quilt and some travel size pillow cases. Thanks for the chance to win beautiful fabric!

  373. Lee says:

    Pillow Sham covers for my daughters bedroom is what I would make! thanks!

  374. Jenni says:

    I’d make hexagon flowers for a grandmothers garden type quilt, I love hexagons and Liberty fabric is ideal. Thanks for the offer

  375. Dyann says:

    I have never sewn with the Liberty Fabrics or seen them in person….so if I were to win I think I would just hold them for a while until inspiration hit me 🙂 The possibilities are endless! Thank you for the giveaway!

  376. Liz says:

    I would make pillows for my couch.

  377. Kathy h says:

    That pillow is gorgeous. I would love to make one like it with those spring colors.

  378. Allison says:

    I think I’d make a pillow from your tutorial.

  379. Debra Ritzman says:

    I would so love to win the beautiful fabrics for your giveaway!! I am just getting into sewing and quilting, and only hope someday, I can make beautiful projects like you. I have been selecting patterns from different quilting websites, and I am anxious to start making little projects , like mug rugs, pot holders, decorative kitchen towels, table runners and pillows.
    I don’t have a lot of fabric, or color choices to choose from. I try to purchase fabrics as my budget allows, but the giveaway fabrics would be a blessing to me. A special Thank You to you and all the other websites for sharing your beautiful projects and especially your step by step tutorials. It inspires me to believe I can do it also.
    Thank you so much,

  380. Cindy says:

    We need couch pillows to spruce up the blah.

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