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May 26, 2009


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I'd have to see the fabric first, but I bet I'd use it in the round robin quilting fest some friends (sister and 2 in Houston, me and 2 in Salt Lake City, 1 in Slidell,LA) and I are doing.

Kristin Beckwith

I will use the fabric to make some stuffed owls for children's gifts. I have been piecing together felted wool and cotton for these owls.


I would love to make an 'I Spy' quilt with Japanese fabrics, since their prints are so small and detailed! Just right for fussy cut windows =)


Ooooh, japanese fabric. What I would like to do with it?! It depends on the design. If it's girly I will definetly use it for some shorts or skirts for my girls. I also need some new throw pillows for my girls' and my son's room. Thanks for the chance to win.


I would probably use it for the outer layer of a baby carrier for my 11-month-old! (And quilt with the scraps.)


I would love to win some japanese fabric. My son was stationed in Japan for about a year and I couldn't talk him into looking for fabric for me. I think I would make a purse or quilt with the fabric.


If the fabric is feminine I'd make a dress for one of my daughters. If not, I'll make a bag for myself. I've been wanting to get my hands on Japanese fabric. I want to compare the feel, weight and printing to domestic fabric.


Hmmm, so many options. Doll clothes, daughter clothes, supplements to a patchwork quilt, birthday presents, cute purses...how would I ever choose?


i will surely make cute zakka fabric crafts out of your pretty japanese fabrics! thanks for hosting such a fab giveaway!


If I won I think I'd use the fabric to make a messenger bag. I've seen several different Japanese fabrics that were really neat to make into a bag but haven't been able to get any yet.


Japanese style fabric? Is it bad if I say I would regift? My mother loves Japanese fabrics and who doesn't like receiving presents just because!


Ive just redecorate my living room I love to make some new cushion covers for the sofa.


I am going to make a beautiful apron, or perhaps a tote bag for green grocery shopping (it depends on the pattern of the fabric):) Thanks for the great giveaway!

Kelly Wood

I would love to have the fabric to go with some chinese cotton I picked up in Shanghai last year. I want to create a memory quilt of places I have been, and want to go.

Jenna Z

Without knowing what it looks like, I would have to say I would use it in my most recent project, a scrappy log cabin quilt! I love using a variety of patterns and colors so ANYthing fits in!


I would probably combine it with other Japanese prints for a lap quilt to snuggle under with my dogs when the weather turns cooler.


I would use the fabric for either a big hobo-style purse, or for a laptop case. I love Japanese fabrics !


Oh, it sounds just lovely! I have been dying to make a fun banner and I bet that this would be perfect for that! I kind of have a thing for Japanese fabric patterns, but it is still hard to tell sight unseen. I will probably use it for a banner, but the fabric itself will determine the shapes used and who it is for! Then, I will use the scraps on cards and scrapbook pages!


Not knowing what the fabric is my best bet would be a quilt. Or a bag of some kind.


I would love to have some Japanese fabric. I follow one blog that has been quilting and using it and she does wonderful projects of all kinds. What a great giveaway, I think the fabric is priceless.
Keep Stitchen'


I usually make pillow cases for conkerr cancer but if it is not child friendly I would love to have matching sewing machine and serger machine covers...at last..nothing in my sewing room matches!


If it's cutesy, I'd make dresses or skirts for my girls, and if not I'd make a bag for ME! I love Japanese fabric but rarely splurge on it for myself. Your costumes are incredible!!!


Its hard to say what I will make. I some summer dresses and skirts in mind for my girls, maybe some outdoor pillowcases for the lawn chairs, maybe an apron for me....depends on the fabric! I hope I win, thanks!

Mary on Lake Pulaski

The plan I would have for some lovely Japanese fabric would be a baby quilt for my very first grandchild! You have some awesome costume photos on your blog.

Bee Wise Bags

I love Japanese fabrics. Our latest creations are fabric dolls with layers of Victorian clothing. Depending on the design, we will use the cotton for the overcoat and the dress. Thanks for the giveaway.

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