Japanese Fat Quarters Giveaway!

Posted Monday 1 February 2010 and filed under: Just Sharing

I’ve been doing a major clean-up at home. Thankfully my move has been postponed for a few months but it feels good to be going through boxes throwing stuff out/giving stuff away :-)

I’ve got some fat quarters of fabric recently brought back from Japan. I have no need for them so I thought a giveaway would be appropriate! They are novelty cotton prints, measuring 50cm x 35cm each. I have two packs consisting of 3 fat quarters each to giveaway:

Pack 1:

Pack 2:

To be in the running to win either of these, please leave a comment on this post about something (anything – a link, an event, a person, etc) that has inspired you this week. Please leave your comment by midnight (Australian EST) on Thursday, 4th February and I will draw two winners (one for each pack) on Friday.

Wishing you all a fantastic February!

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116 Responses to “Japanese Fat Quarters Giveaway!”

  1. Katt Says:

    I have been inspired this week by a fantastic knitter on a group called Ravelry. She has inspired me to try my hand this year at braving a Shawl.

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  2. Wendy Says:

    Inspired right now by Katy at the city chicken: http://home.centurytel.net/thecitychicken/tractors.html

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  3. Christy Says:

    I adore Glee! Happy sweet february Jho!

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  4. Christine Says:

    I have been inspired this week by all of the sensational business owners on Skout Trade Fair – http://www.skouttradefair.com. They’ve been fabulous giving advice and help with my new business.

    Thanks
    Christine xo

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  5. Christy Says:

    P.S. Eckhart Tolle’s new book Guardians of Being has inspired me this week!! Great, great book!

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  6. Christina Says:

    I have been inspired by so much of late, but I saw this today and can’t wait to make it -

    http://greedyforcolour.blogspot.com/2010/02/really-really-good-play-dough.html

    I have also been inspired this week to write my first ever crochet pattern. I hope I wrote it right…

    :)

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  7. Meg Says:

    Everyday I am inspired by the woman behind this blog http://maggiewhitley.blogspot.com/
    She just started sewing in 2008 and she is now a very successful Etsy shop owner and just opened another shop through Big Cartel!

    ~Meg

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  8. Erin Says:

    I am inspired by Thing-a-Day which just started today! The idea of a whole slew of creative folks spending 30 minutes a day creating something every day for the month of February gets my juices flowing!

    http://www.thing-a-day.com

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  9. KIM Says:

    I’m always inspired by mrs mc porkchops flickr stream http://www.flickr.com/photos/frenchtoastcake/

    shes’s amazing ;D

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  10. Elizabeth Says:

    My inspiration comes from you Jhoanna, you have obviously had an upheaval in your life recently but here you are getting on with your life and facing each day as it comes. I wish you well with your impending move – keep up the good work, you have so much to be proud of…..

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  11. Jeni Says:

    What a great giveaway! I have been inspired this week by this beautiful block and the combination of dyeing techniques and piecing techniques :)

    http://www.ohfransson.com/oh_fransson/2010/01/i-made-an-improv-block.html

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  12. Rosalind Says:

    The people of Haiti!

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  13. Tabitha O. Says:

    These quotes were on Facebook recently from a FanPage of Infinitely Sweet and they are things I need to remember…they have inspired me…

    ~In order to reach our full potential to learn, we must accept and then transform anxiety and fear, relentlessly seeking accurate information on our performance. What used to be perceived as criticism now becomes a gift for constructive growth. ~ Yes, there are times when something is legitimately not our fault. Blaming others, however, keeps us in a stuck state and is ultimately rough on our own self-esteem.~

    ~ “We would accomplish many more things if we did not think of them as impossible.” ~ “”I can’t do it” never yet accomplished anything; “I will try” has performed wonders.~ “There are three types of people in this world: those who make things happen, those who watch things happen and those who wonder what happened. We all have a choice. You can decide which type of person you want to be.”~

    ~Gratitude before me, gratitude behind me, gratitude to the left of me, gratitude to the right of me, gratitude above me, gratitude below me, gratitude within me, gratitude all around me.~ Dear Lord, thank you for giving me so much. I know I take it for granted sometimes. Today I am going to acknowledge your goodness and gifts in everything. Help me to balance being happy where I am with the need to grow in you.~

    ~ “Whether or not we realize it each of us has within us the ability to set some kind of example for people. Knowing this would you rather be the one known for being the one who encouraged others, or the one who inadvertently discouraged those around you?” ~

    ~”Be miserable. Or motivate yourself. Whatever has to be done, it’s always your choice.”~”People who are unable to motivate themselves must be content with mediocrity, no matter how impressive their other talents.”~”Just don’t give up trying to do what you really want to do. Where there is love and inspiration, I don’t think you can go wrong.”~”Success usuallly comes to those who are too busy to be looking for it.”~

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  14. Marilyn Says:

    My daughter has inspired me this week. With a sick 3 month old and a well 3 l/2 year old, my daughter keeps going and going and going.

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  15. Madeline Says:

    I have been inspired by a visit (my first!) to a sewing shop down the street. They stock Amy Butler fabrics and patterns and they are less than 5mins walk from my house!

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  16. Thouraya Battye Says:

    This week I have been inspired by my best friends latest embroidery effort, which was featured on Carina’s Craft Blog

    http://carinascraftblog.wardi.dk/2010/01/excellent-stitching.html

    It is an amazing stitchery and I can’t believe she did it all in one weekend…it has really motivated me to get on with my own works!!

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  17. Renee Says:

    I am a serious Gleek too and that song has been getting a big workout on my ipod. It’s definitely the best of the two soundtracks (yes, I have both!) And we are off to see Wicked this weekend too so I get to hear it then too!

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  18. Stefanie Halliday Says:

    I have been inspired by the Snack Bag Tutorial at the WeWilsons blog.

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  19. Elizabeth Says:

    I’m inspired by everyday people who use their spare time to create beauty – like Mara and Patricia.
    http://twelvecraftstillchristmas.blogspot.com/2010/01/saturday-spotlight-maras-chair-goes.html

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  20. Leonie Says:

    I have been inspired by my mum – having just had baby number two I now realise how hard she must have worked to bring up my brother and I only a couple of years apart… it’s only been two weeks and I’m exhausted already!

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  21. Lissy Says:

    my six year old….singing her own made up songs with such joy and confidence this morning…

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  22. Cass Ward Says:

    I’ve been very uninspired lately probably due to going back to my real job, start of school busy-ness and not enough time for crafting.

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  23. Kaye Prince Says:

    I have been inspired by the new quilting women in my life. Today we had our first meeting of the Toronto Modern Quilt Guild and I can’t wait to learn from and get to know all of the fabulous ladies involved.

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  24. Ange Moore Says:

    I’ve been inspired by latest book I borrowed from the library “The Creative Family” by Amanda Blake-Soule and have a few ideas for some fun projects thanks to her great ideas.

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  25. charlotte Says:

    this week i was inspired by my cousin to be selfless in giving my time and energy to friends and family. adam only had 27 years on this earth, but he left a profound legacy… made me think about what kind of legacy i want to leave.

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  26. Lisa Says:

    My son who is extremely shy inspires me, his first days of grade 1 have been hard for him. He’s trying his very best to be brave and make it through each day and let himself have some fun.

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  27. Hana K. Says:

    I am totally inspired by this site which shows awesome bokeh photography! http://www.thephotoargus.com/inspiration/40-beautiful-examples-of-bokeh-photography/ Beautiful stuff.

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  28. Jo Says:

    I’ve been inspired by some amazing online friends. The constant support (not to mention the drooling over all the fabrics and patterns we find) keeps us all going and encourages us to continue creating.

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  29. Julie Says:

    I was inspired by a video i saw yesterday that let me wondering how could I change the world??
    I am such a Gleek too :-)

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  30. Masko Says:

    Hi! I have been inspired by the first decent amount snow we had in the last 2 days. Living in the south this is very rare and I enjoyed walking through the back yard with my girls. Spotting lots of foot/paw prints of different animals and birds, we learned that there are so many animals around here and they secretly wander our yard while we are in bed. Thinking it is very exciting and fun. And the snow with the reflection of morning sun was just beautiful.

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  31. Lexi Says:

    The Super-Cute Crochet Contest over at Cut Out & Keep is inspiring me to crochet my fingers off! I’m determined to complete three projects just for this!

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  32. Mandy Says:

    I have been inspired this week by Gina from Clutterpunk http://clutterpunk.blogspot.com/2010/02/japanese-kaleidoscope-quilting-slow.html to finally do some sashiko, now to find the time to it :-)

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  33. Kelly Says:

    I wasn’t exactly inspired this week, more like a continuation of inspiration to keep bettering myself!

    Gleeks~ hahahahaa! Thanks for turning me on to a new word. I love that show.

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  34. Laura Says:

    I am always getting daily inspiration from oneprettything.com!

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  35. Anya Says:

    These great purple and green fabric fat squares at the fabric store inspired me…I haven’t broken out the sewing machine in months, and now I have a pillow for my little sister. Shabam!

    Glee is fabulous, for the record.

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  36. natalie pola Says:

    Hey Jho

    I recently came across this blog/project and fell in love with the whole concept of it so I suppose it has been my latest source of inspiration and enjoyment!

    http://missedconnectionsny.blogspot.com/

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  37. Deb Says:

    My kids are inspiring me as they started school (prep and year 1) and settled in smoothly, finding their way around and meeting new people – change is hard for all of us and they seem to be doing great with it this year!

    and I LOVE Glee – i also have both soundtracks – listeing to them all the time!

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  38. Miss Muggins Says:

    This week I have been inspired by Dottie Angel and her use of beautiful, sunny yellow and the inspirational answers to some questions!http://dottieangel.blogspot.com/2010/01/question-is.html

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  39. Liz Jury Says:

    This blog really struck a chord with me this last week.

    http://appliquetoday.blogspot.com/2010/01/be-kind.html

    Joanna has this mini quilt on her wall. it simply says Be Kind. If everyone just stopped and thought about that, dont you think it would make such a difference in our homes, our towns, our country. Our world?

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  40. MADMOISELLE NUNO Says:

    Thank you for this giveway!! The fabrics are so cute!! This week I think about my boy-friend, is 30 years old!! It’s very important in a life!! And he’s the best boy-friend you can dream :)
    Have a good week…=^.^=

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  41. Silvia Says:

    Thank you!! What a great giveaway!! My inspiration this week has been: http://misakomimoko.blogspot.com/ She makes beautiful softies!! Have a wonderful February too!

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  42. katie d Says:

    I am inspired by my mum! She’s going so well in her business ‘cottage garden threads’ that she was able to resign from her job as a personal carer at a nursing home which was wearing her into the ground. I’m so proud of her!

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  43. natalie Says:

    Woaww, your fabrics are just so beautiful ! I would love to be part ot this give away thing ! I just came in your blog through Whip up newsletter and I love it !!
    I just subscribed to your blog so I will be sure not to miss a thing !
    Thanks and a big hello from france !
    Natalie

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  44. Di Says:

    I’ve been enjoying Glee too! Next episode is tonight!

    Inspiring = my friend had her 3rd baby this week…I am always inspired by births and ever growing families.

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  45. Tracey Says:

    I know this may be a little selfish, but after years of failing at dieting I’ve finally found one that works! I’ve met my first milestone today and have lost 9lbs in a month!!!
    I have to confess, I am also a Gleek!!!!

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  46. jessica Says:

    My daughter has inspired me this past week – she has started 2010 at a new childcare centre and she has been – oh so brave!

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  47. selina Says:

    I’m a GLEEK too! I LOVE their version of “don’t stop believing” even better than the original! My 12 year old daughter is inspiring me this week. She has just started high School and has taken it all in her stride with confidence and class. I’m so proud!

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  48. Rachel Says:

    Thanks so much for the giveaway those fabrics are so lovely. Well it wasn’t quite this week but your giant Sportsgirl deer was very inspiring. I’m a gleek too.

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  49. icantsew Says:

    thanks for the chance to win…
    my husband has inspired me this week. he was the only one to stay solid, sober and grounded while everyone else fell apart aroung my BIL after he found out that he is riddled with cancer and hasnt long to live. i admire my mister for his love, compassion and sensitivity.

    my eldest was gifted the glee2 cd for her birthday.
    cant wait to listen to it.
    xxrosey

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  50. Johanna Says:

    I am not really in a good mood because everywhere I go I am inspired. Not a bad thing but I am not allowed to touch my sewing machine nor do anything crafty because I have some heavy exams coming up. So, it is studying none stop for me. Wish me luck!

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  51. carmel Says:

    i love that fabric! i realy love the first pack!
    i can recomend this blog:
    http://www.liaspace.com/
    she has a great blog with great tutorials

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  52. Carmen Says:

    I have felt inspired by your beautiful softies. I really hope that one day I will be able to make quality items like yours!

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  53. Danielle Says:

    i am inspired by my nan who has lost her daughter (my mother) and her husband in the last 2 months and still holds her head high and looks forward to life.

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  54. Line Says:

    These fabrics are so cute! I’m a beginner crafter so any pack would be most welcome to do my small projects: eye pillows, heating rice pillows, potholders/fabric coasters, lavender sachets… as I’m really inspired byt the idea of well-being!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  55. Michelle Says:

    I’m inspired by the fabric at Fabric Tales, and this girl, who finds op shop clothes without much shape or oomph, and makes them look phenomenal! http://sewithought.wordpress.com/

    Love Glee, and especially Defying Gravity. On a particularly bad day recently, I played it 5 times in a row on my car stereo, singing along VERY loudly! Made me feel better, anyway!

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  56. Louise Says:

    I was hugely inspired by a visit to one of my daughter’s friend’s houses this week. It was amazing!! So much colour, style and just a wonderful eclectic mix of everything. I wanted to run home and get stuck into my boring house.
    By the way we have had a lovely visit to your beautiful fawn at Sportgirl. The girls absolutely LOVED it! Now that’s also fabulously inspiring!

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  57. Dikla Regev Says:

    In the last few weeks i am living in Lucy place attic24
    http://attic24.typepad.com/weblog/
    well even that i am 1000s miles away from her her blog and colors light my days & nights…

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  58. Jane Says:

    I’ve been inspired this week by my friends who adopted a little boy from overseas 4 months ago – this week he’s sleeping in his own bed all night and toilet trained during the day – such amazing parents!
    Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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  59. pieceLove Says:

    I was inspired this weekend by http://heatherross.squarespace.com/
    to make a baby quilt from her ice cream truck fabric.

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  60. anna lee Says:

    I am inspired by constantly by others. this lady had had her site for 11 yrs. she has wonderful tutorials-if you cant do something crochet-you get sent here.
    http://www.crochetcabana.com/
    I am inspired by eveyone around that is so giving & sharing that makes such a wonderful world. If we all can continue that. My best dear friend last week found put her ovarian ca has returned & I would love to make a bright cherry cap & scarf. I like to do quilting & applique.

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  61. anita foldvari Says:

    Hi!
    Thanks for the giveaway.
    My daughter birthday will be in march and she will celebrate in the kindergarden with her friends.So I plan to make little softies for them and this site especially the monsters are so cute,because for boy is always difficult to find a right softie.
    The site: http://www.revoluzzza.de/

    Anita

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  62. Anna Says:

    Jho, you know I came here for my little inspiration hit!! I have visions of little strawberry pinnies on my next round of Chibi girls… Mmmm!! So pretty!!

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  63. wendy Says:

    I have been inspired by a lovely pack of colourful felt thats just been delivered. I’m going to make it into lovely creatures and sell them on folksy (hopefully!)

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  64. Sonja Says:

    I have been inspired by a group of girls, helping homeless cats and decided to help too.
    Thank you for a great chance.

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  65. Jenny Says:

    I was inspired by the book Sew One and You’re Done to order some fabric to make two throw quilts for the living. Here’s hoping I can find the time to put them together when the fabric arrives!
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    ~Jenny~

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  66. Ashley Ann Says:

    I’ve been so inspired by taking Style School hosted by Elsie (http://abeautifulmess.typepad.com) and LeighAnn (http://frecklednest.com). These girls are SO COOL.

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  67. Dana Says:

    I’m inspired everyday by the talented people who have these wonderful blogs!!! I love your fabric and know exactly how I want to use them. My youngest son’s girlfriend has a little GIRL (a girl you all!! I’m a mother to 3 sons and a grandmother to 4 grandsons. Don’t get me wrong I adore my boys but….. a GIRL youall)! I see all kinds of cute summer sweetness in these fabrics. Hope I win.

    Love in Christ,
    Dana

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  68. Stacy Marie Says:

    I love the strawberry fabric! And Glee is an amazing show, I can’t wait until it comes back on.

    My fiance inspired me this week, he works so hard to make sure we’re going to be in the best financial shape possible by the wedding.

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  69. Arabella Says:

    Hhhmmm… this week I have been inspired by the beautiful quilts at Cluck Cluck Sew… http://www.cluckclucksew.com/
    I love the fabrics and the white spaces and the simple designs.

    Arabella

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  70. Danielle Says:

    I’m always inspired by Larissa at http://mmmcrafts.blogspot.com/!

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  71. Samelia Says:

    I’m a Gleek too. Love it!
    I haven’t had any new inspiration this last few weeks. With both kids at home, any kind of free time is sapped away playing lego and playdough etc…
    I’m back to my ‘Creative Connections’ craft class this morning, which is run by a local church, and I’m probably the youngest person there. I’m sure the ladies will have lot’s of completed projects for show and tell which will inspire inspiration :-)

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  72. larissa Says:

    I don’t like my odds here, but I’d love those fat quarters like my own children. Well, not as much as all THAT, but I’d love ‘em all right.
    Inspiring me this week is Erin at A Dress A Day. I am still trying to be someone who can make themselves a dress that is not only wearable, but enviable.

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  73. Joy Says:

    I was inspired by Sachiko’s ruffled shirt tutorial:
    http://tearosehome.blogspot.com/2010/01/tutorialruffle-shirt.html

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  74. Sarah Says:

    Those are such cute fabrics! I’ve been inspired by Sew Mama Sew’s blog! I love every project on there!!!

    Thanks!

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  75. Fiona Says:

    My weekend meeting in Melbourne inspired me to do better in my role back at work.

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  76. heidi Says:

    Hi!
    I am new to your site and picked up the link from whipit. First of all I think your site and its colorful cuteness is very inspiring and uplifting.

    Specifically, I was inspired by a fellow blythe enthusiast from Plastic Paradise to take the plunge and start customizing some of my dolls. Her insight and generousity made me feel like I could do it, and
    I did!

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  77. Diana Says:

    I have been inspired by my son who put on such a brave face for the first day of school. At home that night, he gave me a huge hug and whispered in my ear that he had been really scared, but didn’t cry and then forgot about being scared and had a really good day.

    Diana

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  78. Renae Says:

    I’ve been inspired by my son this week. He’s a real mummys boy, very loving but also clingy! He started kindy this week and was so brave and friendly and confident! He’s inspired me to have a go at a few things that seem a bit scary to me at the moment, and hopefully I’ll be brave and friendly and confident too :)

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  79. becky Says:

    i am always inspired by all the goodies that one pretty thing finds. Makes it a quick stop at inspiration headquarters!

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  80. Kris Says:

    Ooh i love this! And such cute fabric! I’d sew some mini keychain softies. My lil inspirational tale of the week: My brother introduced me to a recent tv mini series called ‘Alice’ (he knew I loved all things Alice, thanks bro!) – from the same people who made ‘Tinman’ it is a re-imagining of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (imo I liked it!), which in turn inspired me to finally pick up my Alice book I forgotten I own, wipe the dust off and read it completely. The riddles and poems, the illustrations, the fantasy and humour in the book inspired ideas for my art projects. Ahh how things pan out :)

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  81. Hannie Says:

    Hi Jho, how nice of you to do a give-away. I like pack 2 cause of the strawberries with stripes combination.

    I was inspired this week by a member of my Dutch sewing board who made a baby wrapping (lodger) for her sister-in-law. I should really try to make one too. And I was inspired by you (because your Peg bear is in it) to buy the book “one yard wonders”, I hope it will arrive soon.

    Sending a big hug for you and the girls from The Netherlands,
    Hannie

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  82. Susan Stockwell Says:

    I have also been sorting out my sewing room and found some beautiful embroidered tablecloths made by my grandmother over 60 years ago. Was again amazed how she did such exsquite work while raising 6 children on a farm in country queensland. It inspired me to keep sewing and creating beautiful things for my family

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  83. Julie Says:

    Hi Jho!
    I’m inspired to create by my 4yo son & 2yo baby girl (not so baby really). The minute they sniff a project for them is being stitched, one will sit on my lap the other will hover on my left CONSTANTLY, till said project is complete & in either one’s hot little hands. But the thing that gets me fired up is the squeals of delight & eye’s that go as big as saucers when they see it complete. It gives me the greatest buzz, that something I made for my babies makes them so happy. Oh & it’s really good to have you back, I missed your chirpy blog. I swear that it’s so true (having had a good dose of horror events myself) if it doesn’t kill you it makes you stronger & hopefully a little wiser…

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  84. Erin Says:

    I’m inspired by the endless creativity of Dana @ MADE. She and Rae are whipping up some fantastic boy-centered stuff at their blogs all this month. It helps hold off my disappointment that we are without Glee until what… April? *sigh*

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  85. marie-andree lavigne Says:

    your lovely fabrics. I think i would like to beging quilting with these fabrics.

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  86. Joanna Says:

    What a great giveaway!! Love the fabrics:)

    I am always inspired by projects from many bloggers around the globe, but this week, this is my favourite:

    http://www.make-baby-stuff.com/free-diaper-bag-pattern.html

    ps. not that i have a baby lol

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  87. Cindy Says:

    Inspiration this week, the little dude going off to first day of prep, like a real little man. So proud of him today! Hope you are going great and the cleaning is cleansing for the soul!

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  88. SewFunky Says:

    Please enter me in the draw… I could do with some replacement fabric after a flood went through my craft room on Saturday – eeek!

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  89. Mary Says:

    Look at all those beautiful strawberries. I have been inspired by my beautiful little girl who started primary school this week. Her energy and enthusiam has been extremely refreshing. Not to mention her excitement about learning all sorts of things.

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  90. hollysarah. Says:

    Those fat quarters look so cute! I love the prints.
    I’ve been inspired by Blythe dolls lately… I’ve been browsing Etsy shops for clothing, and I love this one so much! http://www.etsy.com/shop/dollymolly
    thanks for a giveaway! <3

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  91. Linda Says:

    I have tried soooo many times to leave a comment over a few days fingers crossed this one works. my inspiration lately has been Kate at Foxs Lane, she has been making some fab dresses with vintage sheets and doing lots more too, a great place to visit

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  92. Jennie Says:

    http://www.thepioneerwoman.com inspires me, as I don’t know how she has time to do her wonderful blog as well as everything else in her life!

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  93. Kristal Says:

    Things that inspire me are the fabrics I see in my craft room, flowers I see, clouds, friends and lovely blogs like yours

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  94. Stacey Says:

    We’ve been considering schools for our 4yr old to begin pre-K this year. We’ve been inspired by the Montessori philosophy http://www.montessori-intl.org/philosophy.html

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  95. Beatrix Says:

    The Sienna Dress contest at Lil’BooBlue has inspired me this week to make two dresses for my daughters. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  96. Tina Moore Says:

    I love Linda Thompson’s sewing room. It has lots of jars full of brightly colored things. And shelves of beautiful fabric. Reminds me of my jars full of buttons I inherited from my grandmother.

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  97. leslie Says:

    i am continually inspired by most ALL the women that blog, sew, share tutorials, techniques and their beautiful creations. there are far too many to list just one. it starts small, with generosity and mutual interests. i would have to say i am inspired this week by my flickr group swap group. i have gained more wonderful fabric (usually lots of extras) just because we all love fabric. i love them all.
    http://www.flickr.com/groups/1071084@N25/
    thanks to all of the above comments on new blogs i can now admire.
    thank you for the opportunity.

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  98. Yen Says:

    All you wonderful bloggers have inspired me to get crafty. Coming from a non-crafty family and not-so-crafty friends I find so much inspiration online. In particular this week, I’m loving Leigh-Ann’s blog http://frecklednest.blogspot.com/ and her easy tutorials. Thanks for the chance to win. xoxo

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  99. Katy Devlin Says:

    I don’t know if I would call it inspired, but something refreshed my soul, which can bring about inspiration lol…

    I am on Etsy as a buyer only, and I definetly have some loyalty to certain shops… well, I came home today to find the sweetest valentine turtle bead in my mail from Maybeads, who made it just for me… it brought tears to my eyes how sweet it was… and having had a horrible week so far it brightened everything for me.

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  100. Tanya Says:

    Hi,

    I recently had a birthday and I received one of your patterns as a gift. Just wanted to log on to your web and see what else you do – you are a fabulous designer – will bookmark you for future lookins!

    Cheers,
    Tanya

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  101. Chacoy Says:

    I am inspired by my doctors this week. They tell me that my cancer “may not” come back now after 3 surgeries;}
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  102. Jo from the farm Says:

    I have been inspired by my class of Year 4 students who are very passionate that our Australian flag should stay as it is… they believed that the history behind it and the different features of our flag are there for a reason and shouldn’t be changed… it is so great to see them so passionate and interested in this issue… I’ll be glad when it’s Friday hometime, it’s always a tiring first week for everyone… love Jo xxx

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  103. Núr Says:

    This is what I’m planning to do now: http://thelongthread.com/?p=173

    It’s quite ‘old’, but I discovered it two days ago… I don’t know if it’s valid or if I’m still in time (I live in Spain and I’m not sure about the time… :S).

    I think these fabrics would make my goose look greate! ;)

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  104. pam duxbury Says:

    My DD inspired me this week even after having her husband over seas to work as a fire fighter for three months, she was eager enough to get him home but still told each of the 4 kids that they could have a day at home from school with dad. What a MOM.

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  105. Phred Says:

    Wow, I’ve been inspired by all the fabrics at spoonflower and they directed me to you! How neat is that.

    Phred

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  106. Carrie Says:

    just sewing the binding on one of my quilts this week (one that has been in a pile of unfinished projects) has inspired me to finish a lot more!

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  107. gill Says:

    a dear friend who has recently been diagnosed with terminal bowel and liver cancer – it certainly puts your own worries into perspective
    gill

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  108. Laura Says:

    I’ve been inspired by a little site called 3 minute retreats! Its a nice break at the beggining or middle of my workday :)

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  110. MarkSpizer Says:

    great post as usual!

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    i am a certified Gleek and i really love the TV Show GLEE. Diana is very pretty ~`.

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