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So great to see so many of my designs used here. Thanks for making my day Emma! (kayajoy)
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I love wrapping gifts. Making things extra special & pretty. I'd love some new inspiration. kayajoy
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To learn about sewing different types of fabrics BEFORE I use them as opposed to by trial & error. GREAT idea! kayajoy
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Your collection is gorgeous, Rashida! I love the idea of this series of blog post. As someone who has never been to QM, but dreams of some day being a participant, this is already informative with regards to preparation. Looking forward to following the story. Thanks for this SF & Rashida!
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I've tried the wallpaper & love it, so this would be a great opportunity to give the decals a shot. Something for my son, for sure ... Thanks for the chance at another great giveaway Spooflower. kayajoy
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Tough choice, but I think I'd like to take the linen caftan class with Liesl Gibson. What a great idea & site! kayajoy
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Great collection, Vo! Congrats once again. kayajoy
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Oh, I'd love some new scissors. With 2 kids who LOVE cutting anything & everything, my scissors have seen better days. And, yes, I hate tools that don't work properly. Just bought a new box of pins & they need to almost be hit with a hammer to get them through fabric. What are manufacturers thinking?????
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The Audrey dress is adorable. Thanks for the opportunity. Oh, for a 6yr old. Kayajoy
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What a great looking set of tools. If you can believe it, I need replacement pins. Those darned things are so frustrating. Can't believe a company would actually make pins one has to struggle with to get through fabric. And, sad to say it, but having won many a needle & thread race as a kid (no kidding) I now need a threader. The eyes just aren't as sharp as they used to be. And I have no idea what I would need beeswax for, but once I find out, I guess I'll need that too. Kayajoy
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Looks like some great projects. And her fabric designs are happy, happy. Kayajoy
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I've been thinking of adding these to my librarie. Thanks for the opportunity, once again. Kayajoy
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So inspiring & educational. I'd love to read the book ... and those fabrics ... yes please. kayajoy
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Yes, I do believe I would like to sew something for myself. This pretty much never happens. Kayajoy.
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I'd be interested in one of the quilting ones, as my skills are sadly lacking in this field. Probably Beyond Basic or Quilting Big Projects on a small Machine or Paper Piecing. Thanks for the opportunity, Kayajoy.
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I'd love the self-guided option. Sounds like a great prize. Kayajoy
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You guys are just giving away the best stuff! I'd love some help on updating my sewing skills. Kayajoy
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I'm not familiar with it yet, but new fabric options are fantastic!
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Thank you for this cheery collection. Definitely helps beat the winter blues!
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I've seen this book before & it's gorgeous. Would love to win a copy. I'm actually, at this very moment, procrastinating with a slew of spoonflower fabric around me on the floor. Planning to finally make a duvet cover & pillow cover for my son (with some of Zesti's fabulous "dragon boy" fabric & my "castle blocks"). Just can't decide whether to keep it simple or do more of a real patchwork style. Kayajoy.
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