08 December 2014

{Giveaway} Obseussed with Dr Seuss

**GIVEAWAY CLOSED**
Oh the places you'll go!
There is fun to be done!
There are blogs to visit and fabric to be won.
And the magical things you can do with this haul will make you the winning-est winner of all.

Go on, just leave me a comment telling me what you would do with this set of five Dr Seuss cotton fabrics. That's it. These are "Dr Seuss fat quarters", meaning they are slightly wonkily cut, but they are more or less 44x55cm/18x22" - and you may end up winning them all for free so who's going to complain about that?

**BONUS**
Existing followers of my blog will qualify for two chances to win. New followers are always welcome, but this is not a requirement to enter the giveaway. If you are a follower (and I have come to know many of you quite well through our behind-the-scenes chats), please just leave a second comment telling me how you follow - (i.e. Instagram, Facebook and/or via Bloglovin or Google Friend Connect. As you can see from my GFC tally, this is an extraordinarily popular blog so why would you want to miss out on all the action?

A winner at the close of the Giveaway Day will be drawn randomly and announced on my blog. In the unlikely event of being unable to reach the winner after three days, I will redraw.

Open to international entries.

Giveaway closes at 2pm Saturday 13 December (NZDST)/5pm Friday 12 December (PST).

**OTHER IMPORTANT STUFF**
if you comment anonymously, I will be unable to contact you and your entry will be invalid so please leave an email address in your message. I reply to everyone who gets in touch with me, provided there is an email address link in their profile, but Giveaway Day can get a little crazy, so please take this as my personal acknowledgement to all you fabric hounds for stopping by.

Giveaway Day runs for the whole week so there is plenty of time for you to head to the other participating blogs and enter their giveaways. To view them all, go here. Have fun!

256 comments:

  1. Wahoo - love these giveaways! and hopefully I'm not too early but what the heck. I stalk/follow you everywhere!

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  2. And I would probably make some boy-ish gifts with them... placemats, or drawstring bags or pencil cases... always good to have options eh :)

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  3. I love your DR Suess inspired writing! Love it! Your a funny witty lady!
    Well like Leonie I follow you in many ways......and if I was to win this generous package I'd be very tempted to make clothing for my little girl out of it! I'd find a way to make it stretch to a dress even! But a backpack would be pretty cool too!! x

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  4. So pretty I would put them to use in pillowcases. Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win. (debbie@wowilikethat.com)

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  5. These would make a great little quilt for my grandson! Fabrics are so cute!
    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  6. I see these fabrics used in a baby quilt and accented with reds, blues and yellow solids. I've never met a kid (or adult) who didn't like Dr. Suess! What a genius he was!

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  7. Lovely fabrics. I like to make children's quilts for a charity called Project Linus and I think these would be perfect for some little person out there.

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  8. I would love to make a quilt for my grand nephew who was just born! thank you!

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  9. I follow with Bloglovn! thank you!

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  10. I love making quilts with these, just used up the last of my Dr. Seuss fabric last week.

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  11. I love following you with bloglovin. Enjoy your blog! sarah@forrussia.org

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  12. I would use this to make a quilt for our school auction. sarah@forrussia.org

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  13. I'd probably make something for my daughter with those FQs. Fun fabric!

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  14. I'm an existing follower through Bloglovin.

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  15. Thanks for the chance to win! We have had a baby boom recently and I owe everybody named baby quilts still. So I would more than likely use it for that 😊

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  16. Oh would love to make some fun clothes for our Grandaughter, beginner sewer here and loving it

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  17. I just sent my great niece a Dr. Seuss quilt for Christmas and now her brother needs one so I would make another one.

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  18. I'm a blog follower via good old facebook these days.

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  19. Argh Leanne did yah get my first comment which said I'd make a swing skirt for my Dr Seuss loving 7 year old.

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  20. Woah fun fabric. I would probably have to use some of it on my funky up cycled kids vests FB 'I love you linen'. Email is kgpeet@gmail.com :-)

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  21. I would sew something up for my kids, maybe an art book, they both love reading Dr Seuss.

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  22. Love Dr Suess, so many things that could be made, so much to choose from, so many to do. I wonder what, I wonder how.......please put my name in any who! x

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  23. Nice! I would make something for the kids. thanks for the chance to win.

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  24. I'd make a patchwork pillow case for my son 😊

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  25. I love dr Seuss would be great added in a quilt or made into a pillow!!!! sonjasmith76@yahoo.com

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  26. I also follow on face book. sonjasmith76@yahoo.com

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  27. I would make a cushion for a reading nook for my kids. They love books!

    Jackiethompson323(at)gmail.com

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  28. I'd use them in a quilt. Love Dr. Seuss!

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  29. Patchwork skirt for one of the girls! Thanks for the opportunity to enter : )

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  30. I would love to make a wallet out of this fabric.

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  31. Wow we're just decorating my sons room so some cushions for his new reading chair would be perfect! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  32. And I just starting following your blog - I must make those hot water bottle covers - adorable!

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  33. Oh, I think I'll be making something fun for my little Henry, who LOVES his Dr. Suess. He's getting Cat in the Hat slippers this year. Maybe a patchwork pillowcase?

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  34. I would make purses for my little granddaughters

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  35. I would make an Ispy pillow for my niece!

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  36. Love Dr Seuss, jst bought my litte boy a 'Green eggs and ham' jigsaw. So I think I would make him a backpack with the fabric...I'm a new follower, thx.

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  37. Funny fabrics! my little boy would love them, I'd sew something for him, maybe a pajamas or a backpack. Thanks for the chance.

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  38. I'd use it to make a fun blanket for my son!

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  39. I would make a couple of tote bags for my grandsons.

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  40. I would love to use these for a pillow case - they are too cute!

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  41. Hi there! What a great giveaway!
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    h_freund@hotmail.com
    It would be fun to make a "Quilt as you Go" quilt with these :-)

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  42. I would make some burp cloths for my new grandson.

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  43. I already follow on bloglovin

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  44. I'm not sure what I would make, but I do know who it would be for :)

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  45. A looonngg pillow cover for my daughters bed..
    her long pillow needs a new cover!

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  46. A little baby quilt- sew cute!

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  47. My niece loves Dr Seuss and these would be fabulous in her new room. Thanks for hosting a giveaway!

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  48. I would use these in a play mat for my granddaughter.

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  49. I love Dr. Seuss! I would make a lap quilt for my three kids to fight over while watching TV. ;)

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  50. I am already a follower on Bloglovin. There are 178 of us there so yes, it is a popular blog! :) Thank you for the giveaway!

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  51. I'm not complaining about wonkiness! Thanks for the chance to win. I'd use the FQs to make a baby quilt.

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  52. Snack bags for my kids, this fabric would be perfect!
    crystalball137{at}hotmail{dot}com

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  53. I would make a dress for my granddaughter.

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  54. I have a two year old great nephew. I would like to make him a quilt out of these Dr. Suess fat quarters. He would just love it so much. Thank you for being a part of the Sew Mama Sew giveaway and giving me the chance to win these. Merry Christmas to you.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  55. Love Dr. Seuss. Thanks so much for sharing

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  56. I would make dresses for my baby niece!! 💜

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  57. My kids and nephew are all Dr Seuss mad so I think I'd make them each some storage baskets or totes if I won. :)
    twocheekymonkeys at live dot com

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  58. Thanks- I would use them to make a nap blanket for my 4 yr old son!

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  59. Very fun! These would help make a great quilt for my Suess loving son! Thanks so much for the chance! :)

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  60. Following via Instagram! Thanks again!

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  61. Pillow cases for the pillow case project at our local hospital. These are great fabrics!
    Merry christmas

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  62. this is wonderful, I can see this as placemats for one of my great nephews. So cute.

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  63. These would make awesome quilted reading pillows for the little ones in my life.

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  64. I would make a baby quilt for charity.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  65. These would be adorable in a baby quilt! Love them.

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  66. I would make totes for my granddaughters. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  67. I would make a quillow with these fabrics. Thanks for the chance.

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  68. A baby boy quilt is too obvious but perfect. Cindy bluemoonstencils@yahoo.com

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  69. Follow you with bloglovin. Cindy bluemoonstencils@yahoo.com

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  70. I would make a pillow out of those wonderful fabrics. Thank you for sharing. abby64sam@gmail.com

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  71. I would use them for a fun baby quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  72. Thanks for the chance! I sorta want to make a clutch with them... I think I could rock a Dr. Suess bag :)

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  73. I would bake some hooded bath towels for my cousins babies. She has a 1 year old and just had another today. Would be super cute gift for Christmas! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  74. I also dug around your blog a little. Lol. I'm a new follower! I'm fairly new at looking sat blogs so this giveaway day is awesome way to find wonderful new people to "meet" and follow!

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  75. I would make a charity quilt with these. Maybe add a Dr. Seuss book to make a great gift.

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  76. I have a few Seuss fabric chunks myself so if I win I will add these and make a fun quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  77. I would make my daughter a lap quilt!

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  78. Ooooh what awesome fabric!! :-) So many possibilities.... I can see some being incorporated into garments for my two sons though (and some into something for me to wear - how cool would it be to have Cat in the Hat pocket lining? Like a hidden surprise of awesomeness when you're in the office.)

    Thanks for the chance to be in to win!

    macska at gmail dot com

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  79. Also, I follow you via Bloglovin' :-)

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  80. Would love to play with these in a baby quilt.:) What's not to love about Dr. Seuss?:)

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  81. Baby quilt, of course! To donate to a foster child. :)

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  82. I would fussy cut blocks out to add to my collection of blocks for a "I Spy" quilt for my grandson.

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  83. I'm not sure. Maybe some reading corner pillows?

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  84. I would make cushions for the grands, they are big fans.

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  85. I would make dresses for my baby girl. Thanks!

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  86. I love Dr Seuss! I think I would make a set of nesting baskets with them - that would be totally fun!

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  87. Love Dr Seuss - thanks so much for joining in with a fabulous giveaway - if I won I'd make a quilt - I'd love to be wrapped up with one fish two fish blue fish !!

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  88. Lovely giveaway,thank you for the chance to win it.Love it,perfect for blanket for my daughter.Have a lovely week.

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  89. I have very little "boy" fabrics and I've got a 7 year old son who would love anything Dr Seuss related.

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  90. Following on Instagram @sewnbyrose

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  91. I would use these to make a book tote bag. Like this one - http://seekatesew.com/buy-diy-zipper-book-clutch-tutorial-gift-kits/

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  92. What a great giveaway! I'd love to make quilted pillows for my girls :)

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  93. I'd make my daughter a patchwork skirt.

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  94. Not sure about the pattern. But I think they would. End up in scrap quilt.

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  95. I have been slowly collecting Dr Seuss fabrics here and there, so I would add these to my little collection. The aim is to make a large lap quilt with them. Dr Seuss style, so very improv!

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  96. I would make something for my granddaughters with this! thanks for the chance.

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  97. I would make my soon to be 18 year old daughter a laundry bag with them. Last year I made her a table mat and coaster set with Lorax fabric, so fun as she has liked them all since being small. x

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  98. I'd definitely making a baby quilt.

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  99. My 3 yr old is obsessed with the Cat in the Hat. I would love to make him a quilt! Thanks!
    sms11215@gmail.com

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  100. My 2 month old nephew needs a quilt from his Auntie. I think I would make a little quilt for him and send along a Dr. Seuss book as well. :)

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  101. I love Dr. Suess! I would make a baby quilt for our little boy who is due at the end of March (he's our 9th child, 6th boy. OI!!).

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  102. I also follow you on Instagram (I am the_days_dewings).

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  103. I'd make a quilt for William!

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  104. So cute! I'd make pajama pants/shorts/nightgowns for my kids, they always need more sleepwear.

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  105. Me. Me. Me for Dr. Seuss. I want to make a quilt for a soon coming baby for friends whom I introduced to one another. They married and now the baby is on the way.

    tushay3(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  106. I have 2 nephews who need fun clothes. Nothing like cute vests to show off :)

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  107. My sister made Dr Seuss dresses and skirts for her five daughters for Dr Seuss's birthday last year. It'd be fun for my daughter to have one too!

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  108. Would be so cute for burp clothes.

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  109. I love Dr. Suess. I'd make a child's quilt out of them.

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  110. Merry Christmas from Oklahoma, USA! Toddler Quilt Blocks of course! crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  111. I follow you on Bloglovin. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  112. I just had a baby so they would be cute in a small quilt or a burp rag set!!

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  113. I already follow through bloglovin

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  114. I would make my little guy a quilt for his big boy bed (toddler bed)

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  115. I would make some pouches for my boys with these

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  116. I follow via google friend connect

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  117. I am thinking library bags. If not that then using it in a fun quilt for a little boy quilt

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  118. My only quilty friend I know in real life (non-blogger) has a couple twin boys who love Suess and I could make them something cutie!

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  119. These fabrics are such fun! I would make pencil cases and notebook covers. Thank you for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  120. I'm a new follower on Facebook (Paula Lemos)
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  121. The fabrics are cute,
    Such great giveaway loot.
    I'd cut them to pieces,
    For one of my nieces,
    Who'd think a Suess bag was a hoot!

    Love your sense of humor, I'm signing up to follow your super-popular blog!

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  122. I'd be putting at least some of it into an Ispy quilt! Thanks for the chance

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  123. that is easy…i have a new grand baby arriving the first week of january…

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  124. hmm, thinking a pillow for the kids would be fun with these

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  125. My daughter loves Dr. Seuss...maybe I would make her something to wear with them!

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  126. This would make a cute baby quilts!

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  127. I'd make pillow cases. Would be fun!

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  128. No idea what I'd do with it but I'd make something awesome for my daughter. :)

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  129. I'd love to win these! I would make something for my daughter, who is in love with all things Suess.

    (I won't have access to email for most of next week, so in the unlikely -- but oh so awesome -- chance that I'm the winner, would you might holding off on the notification?) ;-)

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  130. I think I would make a small quilt for my grandson to use when he is in his car seat. thanks for the giveaway.

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  131. Love Dr Suess! I would probably make a book bag that would end up being used for my daily lunch (just so I can show it off). Thanks for a great give away!

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  132. I would make a baby bib, and a little baby hat, and anything else I could think of for my new granddaughter, who is 4 months old, lives in Kyoto, Japan and is already listening to Dr. Seuss being read aloud.

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  133. I follow you with blog lovin.' Happy holidays to you!

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  134. I love Dr. Seuss fabric! I think I'd buy a panel and make those fat quarters into a cute quilt! I love it! Thanks for the giveaway! cherisetoweratgmaildotcom.

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  135. I would add some bright solids and make a quilt for my grandson. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  136. great fabrics for kid's library bags of course! :)

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  137. Oh I would stitch them into blocks
    And then a quilt... Suess fabric rocks!
    I like this giveaway, Sam-I-Am
    Even better than green eggs and ham!

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  138. Definitely seeing a baby quilt in those!

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  139. would make something for my 8 year old, love this fabric

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  140. I am expecting a new baby in January next year so I would love to make something for new baby and my daughter (who already loves everything about Dr Suess books, I trained her well from a very young age).

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  141. I am expecting in May, so I'd love to make some baby stuff :)

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  142. I'd use them to make some cute dolls (and fussy cut a bit--I need to have green eggs and ham in my postage stamp quilt)

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  143. I'd use them to make the greatest pair of pants ever for my daughter.

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  144. Already a follower on Bloglovin

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  145. I would make some veru cute pillows for my 2 year old girl.

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  146. HELLO, I'd make a children's charity quilt; as my children are grown.
    Thanks for sharing! MERRY CHRISTMAS!

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  147. Perfect for a quilt for my 50 something brother who still loves Dr Suess!

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  148. A children's charity quilt would be fun!

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  149. I would make a quilt for my preschool classroom the students would love to cozy up with Dr. Seuss and read.

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  150. I am a new follower on bloglovin.

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  151. Would absolutely love to use these in a Project Linus quilt!!

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  152. I see a gorgeous baby quilt.Thanks for the fun!

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  153. I would put them in one of my "I Spy" quilts.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  154. I follow via google friends!
    Thanks for the giveaway
    Cheri
    quiltingnanny(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  155. I would love to win these as they are such a memory for me...kind of sad! I loved the stories but they were never in the library! Mom said the books were to expensive to buy so if a friend or someone had a book, I'd work really hard to find a reason for us to look at it! Go Dog Go was a fav and the one with all the hats..and of course cat in the hat! I would make book covers for my 2 little grand daughters..the other two have out grown CITH...and I might just make myself a book cover with one..just for the memory!
    Thanks for the giveaway
    Cheri
    quiltingnanny(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  156. I've been collecting Seuss Fabric to make my granddaughter a Dr. Seuss quilt, except it can't leave my house because I LOVE Dr. Seuss too. cdahlgren at live dot com

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  157. I've been following you on bloglovin. cdahlgren at live dot com

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  158. I would use some for an I-spy quilt for sure.

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  159. AS a kindergarten teacher by day and quilter on weekends (too tired at night) I'd make something to hang in my class.

    Barb@Witsend

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  160. One of the teachers at my childrens school who has worked with my son is obsessed with Dr. Seuss I would love to make something for her to thank her!

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  161. I am a new GFC follower
    faramena at gmail dot com

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  162. Quilted book covers for Dr Seuss book collection. It's just perfect.

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  163. Cute fabric! I would probably make a quilt or maybe a bag for my little siblings.

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  164. I'm now following you through GFC.

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  165. I am just starting to read Dr Suess to my daughter so i would make something for her

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  166. A dear friend is due early February, so I;d make something for the new baby with the fabric!

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  167. I love the Dr. Seuss fabrics...it calls for a quilt or a fun bag. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway!

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  168. My 3 y/o daughter adores dr seuss! I think I would try and make a skirt for her out of a combination of the prints.

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  169. I would use them for my first baby quilt!
    posybrodt@gmail.com

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  170. these would make a great addition to my I Spy style baby quilts. Thanks for participating in the SMS giveaway.

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  171. Who doesn't love Dr. Seuss? Let me at 'em. I'd make some book bags for preschoolers, since I have a bunch of Dr. Seuss and other books to give for Christmas.

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