charm square giveaway time

Congratulations Cath the winner of this giveaway. Thank you everyone for entering

My lovely friend and helper Lisa is getting me up to date with my giveaway winners today so why not start a new one…..especially as two of these fabric ranges just arrived this week. I’ve got 5 charm square packs for one lucky person and I’m imagining some lovely things with these pretty florals.

To enter just tell me what you’d make or who you’d give them to and we’ll pick a winner next Friday. You can enter wherever you live in the world and I know it’s great timing for some Christmas craft………..


  1. What lovely florals. I would love to make a grandmother a lovely new runner for her table. Thanks for a chance at these lovely charm squares.

  2. I would use some to make a hexie quilt for my daughter and I would share some with my fiend Bree

  3. I would make cushions, and a wall hanging with a felt quote on it. Such delicious fabric! Oh and maybe an apron!

  4. I can see some very adorable girls quilts in these florals, and I know some very special girls I could make them for!

  5. I can see lots of HST in my future making a lovely quilt out of these charms. The flora’s work so lovely together, I would add a pale shade of pink and make very girly quilts for some special little people in my life – there is always room for another quilt from grandma

  6. Genevieve coulthart says:

    Ooh so pretty… I would use these to make some mini quilts for Christmas presents for my mum and sister xx

  7. I think both my mom and I would have fun with these! Those florals would make gorgeous vintage-inspired baby quilts!

  8. Karen Davis says:

    I would make a quilt for my eldest daughters 21st birthday. My mum made me 1 for my 21st and I still treasure it. I think she deserves it because she is kind, caring and thoughtful and has worked her backside for the last 3 years!!! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity Corrie.

  9. I am only a beginner, but would love to use these fabrics to make some pencil rolls and try a tote bag too!The fabrics are gorgeous!

  10. Ohhh such pretty fabrics!! I would make Christmas gifts, for family and friends. We have friends visiting from Denmark for Christmas this year so it would be lovely to make a quilt for them that they could take home! I think a table runner for my mum and a cushion for the MIL would also happen!

  11. Wendy Martin says:

    Hi Corrie
    I have another beautiful grand daughter due in December and I’m coming across to Tasmania from NZ for the birth. I would love to have an adorable new quilt made ready to wrap her in. These look just perfect!

    • I love the fabric and the name.
      Mignon fleurettes
      Good luck who e we wins it. I’m in no space to make anything right now but I did purchase a very groovy
      Elna sewing machine for beginners
      It’s white with pink and orange retro stripes on it.
      I highly recommend it and shall begin using it when and if I can sit!!
      ( my mama bought it for me on my birthday as a symbol of hope)

  12. I am on the hunt for some beautiful fabric so I can make a baby quilt as a baby shower gift for a special friend, this would be perfect!!

  13. A quilt/duvet cover for my eldest, with a matching doll quilt for Christmas!

  14. I’d make bunting for my wedding in Feb! It’s garden party themed so this would be perfect!

  15. Kathryn hosking says:

    Yes please :) I’d try a quilt for my bub, a dress for her (I’ve seen some great patchwork dresses lately) and some cute little pot holders and coasters to kitch up my kitchen. Maybe some cushions? Too many ideas!

  16. Mandy Young says:

    Oooh, lovely! I’d use them to make something pretty for one of my little misses :)

  17. Karen Thurn says:

    I’ve never bought or used a charm pack so I think this would be a fun introduction.. I’d use them in my scrappy postage stamp quilt that uses 1.5 inch and 2.5 inch squares and use the extras for swapping with others making a postage stamp quilt. I’m new to quilting and don’t have a large variety of fabric yet.

  18. Michele T says:

    What a pretty selection!!! We are heading into the depths of winter soon so these charms would be wonderful to bring the promise of spring!! I think these would make lovely table runners!! Thanks!

  19. These florals and colours are exactly perfect for my first ever quilt for my daughter. I want to make her something special for her to keep. I have a stack of vintage embroidery to scatter through it too. Love this fabric!!

  20. Sooooo pretty! I’d love to make some totes or zipper bags with hexies. This would be perfect! Thanks!

  21. Nartasha McNicholl says:

    Hi, I think these charm squares would make a beautiful tablecloth to brighten up the wooden outdoor setting we have under the back verandah. From there we have a beautiful view of a valley & range & those florals would just lift the space. Have a lovely weekend!

  22. I’d love to make a little girl’s quilt. Baby no. 2 is due in April, so perhaps if there was a lovely quilt to welcome her, then this baby might turn out to be a much longed for girl!

  23. Such pretty florals!! I would make a lovely quilt to give to charity with the pretty spring like fabrics , or some cute pin cushions to give as gifts for christmas.

  24. I would make a quilt for my 11 week old baby girl. I have moved her recently from the bassinette to the cot and realised I don’t actually have a quilt for her! The colours of the fabrics are beautiful :)

  25. Lovely prints!

    I’m thinking old jam jars full of yummy body scrubs with one of these pretties over the lid, tied off with some simple twine. Handmade, simple gifts are what my Christmas is all about this year!

  26. Judith Hogan says:

    What beauties these are. I’d love to make a quilt for my 20-year-old granddaughter. She loves anything pink.

  27. Bunting for my cousins :) Such pretty fabric.

  28. Oh these are beautiful! Florals are my favourites. I might make a mini quilt and maybe a patchwork tote bag!

  29. Kathy MacKie says:

    What a cool charm pack tote bag it would make, thanks for a chance to win.

  30. Samantha Marshall says:

    A sweet doona cover and pillowcase set for my nana’s 89th birthday!

  31. I was lucky enough to get the new Pat Sloan Charm pack thanks to Retromumy! I would love to get the five pack so I can make a quilt for my grandma who is turning 80 next year!

  32. A quilt for my new little niece.

  33. I would make a quilt and/or some cushions for our little vintage caravan I am currently renovating. I’m going for a floral theme and these look beautiful.

  34. Ooh those floral’s are so gorgeous. I’m finally getting my new lounge this month- I hope, so definitely time for some new, pretty quilts to throw on them. I love that gorgeous Fleurologie and that Somerset, and oooooh I’ve just seen the new Basic Grey Fresh cut so I love it too. Goodness, it’s all so cute and it would all definitely find a good home here.

  35. Quilts quilts and more quilts!!!! Quilting was my first sewing love and it seems no matter how many bags I sew or clothes for little people I find myself always returning to quilting. :-))

  36. I was just debating as to whether or not I would have time to make a lap quilt for my son’s kindy teacher. He’s my baby, so this is the last opportunity to make a quilt as a ‘thank you for teaching me’ gift. His kindy teacher would love the Fleurologie or Fresh Cut ranges – I’m up for purchasing some more of the same to make the quilt up to size! The rest of the charm packs? I think I’d pop them in my daughters stockings. At 8 and 10 they are both enjoying learning how to sew and have made some lovely cushion covers and quilts!

  37. Beautiful floral fabric. I would make a scrappy quilt or two from them a Christmas presents for family.

  38. These are Beautiful I am making DillyBags for Gifts Next Year Theses would Look
    Just Lovely.
    Thanks Corrie for your Generosity

  39. I would make something for my girls beds who are sharing a bedroom for a little while :)

  40. Sandy Norman says:

    Wow. so cute… I love it. I would make a summer bag… Not sure how.. but I would be happy to try.

  41. i’d make my sweet baby girl a special quilt that was made just for her to show her how much I adore her xxx

  42. Beautiful fabrics! I would make cushions of it.
    Greetings from Sweden.

  43. Rachel Kriss-Newell says:

    The girls like to bake bickies for Xmas. I can see the bickies in jars with these fabrics as feature pieces over the lids. The florals are so divine they would also be the perfect size for the girls to practise their sewing on the machine. Join 2 pieces together, stuff with wadding to make lovely pin cushions for their teachers and female relatives.

  44. I would make a patchwork skirt. My sewing skills are not too great so not sure how it would turn out!!

  45. I would make a quilt for my youngest daugther , she loves red and pink.

  46. I think I would like to make some fancy cushions or pillow cases for my two girls or possible even try sonething new and nake some mini quilts for my wall! Thabks for the chance!

  47. If I was lucky enough for my name to be drawn I would make a lap quilt for my Mum whoes having a cancer op shortly,I cannot be there with her right now.Shes just getting into adding more flowers to her own garden and the floral theme would be wonderful

  48. Elizabeth Pienaar says:

    Should I be lucky enough to win I will definitely make a quilt for my mother who has been there for me my whole life. She is the person who has taught me that your hand should never be without something to do. She taught me how to hand-piece way back and now I piece by machine! She also loves flowers.
    All the best

  49. I would make some baby quilts to put in the baby box for my 3 daughters when they are older (incase I’m not around)

  50. I would give them to my mum as a thank you for helping us with our newborn baby and giving us so much guidence and love as mothers do best.

  51. Sue from Cyprus says:

    What lovely fabric!! Thank you for the chance of winning. I would make something for my sister. You see my sister lives in the US and it takes years for us to get together. The last time I saw her was five ago when our dad passed away. Before then it was 17 years for us to see each other. I had 4 kids and we cried so much when we saw each other. She hugged my children and wouldn’t let go of them! She is due to come over at Christmas for the death anniversary of our dad. Giving her a hand made gift would be wonderful!
    Hugs, Sue from Cyprus xxxx

  52. Oh I would love to have them & I’d make a “movie night throw” for our sitting room – I think we need one!

  53. Oooo I’d still love to make some basic tablecloths, or I might get brave and make a throw for our bed!

  54. I would put this towards a lovely keepsake quilt I’m planning as a gift. I’m stuck on fabric choices, but I’m these are gorgeous!

  55. I would make them into some beautiful summery floral quilts I need to make for some special girls for Christmas, including my yet to be born babe.

  56. I would dearly love to make a cot or single bed quilt for my first granddaughter, due in February, never thought there would be a little girl to make for – having had sons myself and only one grandson!

  57. I would make a quilt with these to give to a family member whose baby is due in November.

  58. such a lovely fabric. i would love to do a blanket for my newborn baby girl Sofia …

  59. I would finally make myself a quilt for our bed, as I have always given away everything I have made and have nothing to show for myself! I just love love love these florals and yes particularly the Basic Grey….although the….you get the message!! Thank you for the opportunity. X

  60. It would be cool for a new handbag for my daughter and pillows for our living room! Really nice floral design!

  61. Kate Dixon says:

    A patchwork dress for my little girl would be so beautiful in this fabric!

  62. With these beautiful prints I would make a quilt for my dear Mum, who had always been there for me even when she lived half a world away. I want to show her just what she means to me, and what better way than with a cosy quilt!

  63. I would really like to win one of these. I enjoy your blog. Have a good day!

  64. Ooh it would be a treat to be able to play with these lovelies!
    Thanks for the opportunity to enter!

  65. Larissa lynch says:

    Beautiful florals!! I would make a quilt for my new baby niece for Christmas.

  66. I would give them to my 10 year old daughter. She is itching to do some more sewing over the Christmas holidays. She made a charm square quilt a few years ago and now wants to do another.

  67. I would make some quilts with these squares. I could also share a few packs with a friend of mine who recently got married. She has been so focused on sewing and crafting for her wedding that she will be excited to get back to regular sewing! :)

  68. These charm packs are all gorgeous!!! Holy smokes what *wouldn’t* I make! Ok but I really would make a gorgeous table runner, matching aprons for me and my 2 year old, couch pillows, a pillowcase, and some kind of quilt! I have a sister in law that loves sewing as much as me so if she was lucky and I could part with any of the spoils I might send some her way :)

  69. If I won these I would make a beautiful tote to take with me to when I go out for a coffee so that I can carry my tablet and other bits and bobs.

  70. What a generous giveaway of such lovely charms! I would have a sewing party and share with my girlfriends! We would love to make some quilts for the little ladies in our lives! thanks!

  71. I think they would be just the right amount to make some pillows with HSTs. svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

  72. Gorgeous! My little sister just bought her first home so I would make her some cushions to make the place more homely.

  73. Oh, my girls have just bought themselves new beds, double and queen sized and sadly all the beautiful quilts I have made them over the years dont fit too well. I was thinking of making them both a new quilt each for Christmas and these beautiful florals would be ideal!

  74. Lovely! I would love to stitch these florals into a comfy little lovely quilt for tiny grand neice Miss Stella Beth but I would love even more to gift them to dear friend Lily at Friendship’s sewing group in Charlotte which makes soft goods for folks who have lost their homes or experienced other misfortunes. Thanks for sharing! <3

  75. Matching cuddle quilts for Mom and Gram!

  76. Quilting Tangent says:

    Looks like they would make a pretty spring quilt.

  77. I”d make a pinwheel quilt with these for someone who’s expecting a little girl!
    The prints are just gorgeous!

  78. Beautiful charm squares. With Sweet Life I would make child size hot pads, place mats and aprons. My granddaughter will get a kitchen set for Christmas this year. Thanks for the generous giveaway.

  79. Xmas present for my beautiful daughter in law :-)…fingers crossed

  80. I try to make bags for my girls at Christmas each year and these charm packs would be perfect! Thanks for the sweet giveaway.

  81. Would love to make some Spring table toppers with those!

  82. hebejeeby says:

    Oh they’re all lovely! I’d use them to make a quilt for my mum’s 75th next April. It’s been a roller coaster of a year for her with a broken leg and fractured eye socket following an accident and still helping with my baby who was born in February so she deserves an extra special present!

  83. We just painted our daughter’s room, and now I need to make her her own quilt to suit … these florals would be such fun to use (and get the creativity flowing)!

  84. Four dogs and one quilter says:

    I love using charm packs + some fabric from my stash to make baby quilts. Tumblers or HST or fast to make look so nice.

  85. I would make a table runner for my secret pal:) Thanks

  86. Sarah Boyle says:

    These beautiful floral fabrics would make some lovely vintage mixed-media patchwork heart necklaces with buttons, pearls and lace! Perfect to give as gifts to my lovely sisters. Thank you!

  87. Oh I can see a baby quilt emerging from this gorgeous lot of charm squares. My daughter has requested a baby quilt for her best friend who has told us her wonderful news – due in April…..
    Thank you

  88. So pretty! Honestly I would make a quilt to sale. I’m making and selling quilts right now to raise money for our next adoption. <3

  89. I am seeing a new Spring star or small patch runner. Or a bag…so many options for such pretty fabrics.

  90. We bought a house yesterday so I’m going to be making new runners and placemats and things for tables inside and out! This house has been lacking a female touch for a few years so some florals will do 2 things – add that touch and respect the lady who was there many moons ago! I also plan on planting some roses and other flowering things that do well in the cooler climate!

  91. Emily Quenette says:

    I would give them to my little girl Daisy 3.5 years. She has taken an interest in sewing. My mother in law is teaching her, so far she has learnt to sewbuttons on fabric and Watching how to use the sewing machine. This would give them the opportunity to do make something else together.

  92. They are all soooo beautiful. I’m making a ‘journey of a quilter quilt’ and am using some basic florals but these are just so scrumptious.

  93. I would gift this to my darling mother in law. She has just started quilting as a hobby since she FINALLY retired from teaching and has some spare time – bless those teachers and their commitment to their jobs! My mother in law made her very first quilt for my baby who was born only a week before little Lawson and I’d love to give her these goodies so she can start a new project. Thanks Corrie!

  94. Hmmm…Maybe something for me for a change. But probably not. A skirt for my 6 yr old would be lovely :)

  95. allison pogany says:

    So pretty and girlie! These would be perfect for a quilt for my daughter’s new bedroom!

  96. Jodie Parke says:

    I would love to make some cot quilts to donate as a friend has just had premmie twins at 26 weeks. I would love to make something to ‘give back’ on behalf of these little babies.l

  97. I am sewing for kids in need and would use them for games and stuffed animals and dolls and little blankets for them to feel loved.

  98. I would make a couple of quilts. First would be a baby quilt for and expected new arrival and second would be a quilt for my mothers 80th which will creep up on me all of a sudden. It will need to be cheerful as these fabrics are as she has had a few setback in her life over the last couple of years

  99. I would love to make some cushions for the couches and use some of the pretty fabrics to cut out some small appliqués for tops that I will give my nieces for Christmas. Handmade Christmas presents are the best.
    Wishing you a wonderful weekend Corrie :)

  100. Beautiful florals, I have some table topper patterns that would work!!

  101. I would make a quilt for my niece.

  102. I’ve got a baby quilt to make so two of these beauties would go right into that quilt.

  103. Lovely florals – I would like to make some gifts for family and friends!

  104. Sweet fabrics for a sweet quilt1

  105. Perfect colours for my “Girly, Girl” Granddaughter :-)
    I am just exploring my options with quilting packs and loving it.
    Thanks so much for sharing with a giveaway

  106. These precious fabrics would be all mine and I’d make a Disappearing Nine Patch quilt! Then I would choose a special friend to give it to. Thanks for the chance to win.

  107. Cindy Dahlgren says:

    I love all of these so much! I just ordered a couple of patterns to use mini charms on, and this way I would have oodles of fabric to make Christmas tablerunners with! They are oh so lovely too! cdahlgren at live dot com

  108. Susan Leach says:

    These are so pretty and perfect for the spring weather we are having. I would make mum and dad a runner for the bottom of their bed, in time for when they move into their new cottage we are building for them on our semi rural block.

  109. Kathy Woods says:

    What lovely fabrics – would have to be a quilt!!!! T
    hey would look divine in a quilt. Thanks for the giveaway


  110. This fabric is so soft and so delicate I would be making a beautiful quilt out of it. Not sure what pattern but I would choose wisely.

  111. I would make some cute little hair accessories for my girl for Christmas <3

  112. A new summer tote and a summer skirt for my niece

  113. Thank you for this lovely giveaway! I love floral fabrics. I’m teaching my niece to sew, and an easy quilt of charm squares would be a great project for us.

  114. Cathy Atkinson says:

    Id love to win these. I would give one to each of my daughters and teach them how to make a simple quilt. A great way to spend the day together.

  115. Oh I would so love to win these beautiful fabrics. I’m new to quilting so I don’t have much fabric yet. Charm squares look great too (I’m really bad at cutting). Id share them with my mother in law, but I’d give some to my 7 yo dd. she’s getting a sewing machine shortly for her birthday, it’s a delicious teal hello kitty janome. She has been begging to learn to use the machine and has no idea! The fabric would be so lovely for her. Thanks :)

  116. I’d use the Somerset charm pack to make a new quilt…and send it to friends in up state New York…why? We currently live in Somerset Cheddar… And they used to… A reminder for them of us and a beautiful place. Thank you. Wendy

  117. I would make a quilt – I would mix these with my retro sheet squares xo

  118. I would love to make mug rugs as Christmas presents.

  119. Maureen pilcher says:

    Thank you for this opportunity to win..there are many applications for such gorgeous fabrics and I would definitely use them for something which will result in a beautifull quilt, cushion or wall hanging..

  120. I am learning to quilt – about half way through my first quilt top & I am loving it. I would really love to use some of these in the 101 things already on my “I want to try that” wish list of projects which is growing every day. I can see how this is going to become completely addictive :)

  121. What beautiful colors…would love to make a lap quilt for my mom who just moved into an assisted living facility!

  122. They are so gorgeous. I would sew my daughter some beautiful dolls clothes.

  123. I would start a new hexi project, these are the perfect size.

  124. They are beautiful! I have bag linings in mind, but I could be tempted to make something else!!

  125. Lori Morton says:

    Ooooh! maybe a few new Pillow covers for Spring! or Tablerunner instead…also for Spring. Would be so nice, after cold gray winter comin! lol Would probably share with my Daughter too…as we sew together as often as we can. :)

  126. I think they would make beautiful patchwork skirts for the springtime for my youngest daughter! Thanks so much for the chance!

  127. Karen Muller says:

    They are beautiful, would love to make something for my daughters for Christmas.

  128. Amy Caldwell says:

    Such Beautiful fabrics!!! Today (nov.1st) is my Birthday, but if I won, I would still have time to make my Mom a beautiful quilted tote bag to carry her crocheting or embroidery work in for her birthday on Nov. 22nd. Thank you for the opportunity <3

  129. Linda Brown says:

    I think I would love to try a puff quilt for my great niece…

  130. They would make a lovely quilt

  131. Kathy Davis says:

    The florals would make a sweet quilt for my 2 year old granddaughter, Nellie.

  132. denise/Folsom says:

    OMG!!!!! I think I would share with my friend Debbie in Texas! Oh yes for sure.

  133. Karen Hawkins says:

    I’ve been dying to make the Falling Charms quilt that I saw Jenny Doan make in one of her MSQC tutorials, but every time I find a line I like, it has been discontinued. lol

  134. Caroline Kelly says:

    These fat squares are perfect for some up-coming quilts that I have planned. However, I think that they would look and be better appreciated by our Australian Defence force as Aussie Hero Quilts,, accessed online 2nd November, 2014

  135. Linda Brown says:

    I would probably use it for a puff quilt for my great niece

  136. Dawn Jones says:

    I would make both of my daughters a handbag.

  137. Marg Humphrey says:

    Rosie Batty had just been named Victoria’s, Australian of the year, and if I was lucky enough to win this gorgeous fabric I would make a quilt for Rosie’s foundation. Rosie’s son Luke was killed by his father in February this year, and since then Rosie has worked very hard to bring domestic violence to the forefront of people’s minds. She has been amazing, and a quilt, from these materials, would brighten the day/life of a person suffering from domestic violence. Thank youCorrie, for the chance to enter.

  138. l am making a quilt in memory of my mom she loved flowers and butterflies

  139. Becky Thill says:

    I would make a “Hug” quilt for when you need a hug. Those beautiful colors an patterns would brighten anyone when they need a hug of comfort.

  140. Becky Thill says:

    I would make a beautiful “Hug” quilt. For those times you need a comforting hug, a quilt out of b these beautiful colors an floral would give great comfort and hugs.

  141. I would make a lap quilt as a graduation gift for my sister who is graduating from Berkeley soon!

  142. Denice Yates says:

    since today is my birthday i think i would keep these for me. I love Spring and i think a quilted spring bag would be perfect!

  143. I would love these to make a quilt for my step brother who is expecting his first child just 4 months after my little one was born!

  144. They are so pretty. I would make some placemats or of them or a nice table runner.

  145. Lisa Myers says:

    table toppers for sure…very cheery fabrics….. love them…thank you

  146. John Hutchens says:

    I would make a quilt with the beautiful fabric
    cooladam1 at live dot com

  147. I’m making some Elizabeth Hartman Perfect quilted totes. I think I’d use these.

  148. Gorgeous!
    I’d make a quilt for my daughter!

  149. I’d make some sweet placemats and coffee cup wraps for holiday gifts. Our family does an open house style get together rather than a sit down meal so I always like to have extra gifts in case someone unexpected pops over.

  150. Joyce Carter says:

    Thank you for the giveaway. I would use these beautiful fabrics to make some bags for Christmas presents.

  151. I see lovely patchwork perhaps with some linen for these

  152. Such sweet fabrics, they would make a really cute baby quilt for a girl.

  153. I could definitely see some scrap skirts, bibs, and coth diaper covers with those prints!

  154. What a beautiful quilt for a baby girl these would make.

  155. I’d incorporate into a baby quilt for my bff’s baby coming in February!

  156. Serena Powell says:

    I think I would make a quilted bad with the fabrics if I won.

  157. I would use them to make a quilt for a friend’s new baby due in a couple of weeks.

  158. Tabitha Keener says:

    I would love to make some small quilts for Christmas gifts with them! I’m fairly new so this is giving me great practice and my granddaughter is helping a lot for 5! Thanks for the giveaway!

  159. I’d make a lap quilt for my mother-in-law. These florals remind me of her!

  160. What beautiful prints! I would make a spring table runner with them. Thanks!

  161. I would give these to the two new sewers in my home – my 12 yo and 8 yo daughters who have this year really caught the sewing bug! Thanks Corrie

  162. I’m still desperate for new cushions here in both the family room & lounge room!! So cushions it is :)

  163. What lovely floral’s. I would use them to make a watercolour wall hanging.

  164. I would give them to my sister :)

  165. Kyle Turnbull says:

    We are currently in the middle of a long term renovation project on our small plot of land in regional NSW. Our living area has been finished and I’d love to make some throws and cushions to dress the furniture and give it some lovely finishes.

  166. I’d make a pillow for a Christmas present! :)

  167. What lovely fabric packs. They would make awesome table runners for the holidays and maybe some hot pads to share as well. thank you for the chance to enter.

  168. Victoria O'Brien says:

    I would make a quilt for my granddaughter she is about to progress into a bed from the cot.

  169. Dorothy Whelchel says:

    I would give these to my mother who just turned 82 and loves to sew, craft and quilt.

  170. Dawn Hollingsworth says:

    How fun!! I would make bags! Flowery, girly, bags :) Thanks for a great giveaway :)

  171. These lovely fabrics would be included in a couple of quilts for family & friends. I have a long list of those waiting for the first quilts from me.

  172. These would be great for Christmas presents for sure. Pillows, bags, so many possibilities!

  173. A quilt for my niece with my new groovy super cool sewing machine.

  174. Those beautiful fabrics would make the most adorable decorations – I had been collecting christmas decorations for a bout 10 years but lost them all in our move. A hand crafted tree of fabric hearts stars and garland of a patchwork covered beads and knots would be charming and safe for my little girls!

  175. Erin McSweeney says:

    i would make some lovely spring pillows from those beautiful fabrics

  176. These fabrics would make awesome bags and accessories.

  177. Oh this is gorgeous stuff! I’d definitely say this would become a selfish sew chance and I would make some lovely pillow covers for the couch to welcome this summer weather.

  178. Hi Corrie,
    Thanks for the opportunity to win! I’d use the beautiful floral squares to make a patchwork tea cosy and some matching pot holders for my sister and my kitchens! The material is perfect to match with my sister’s country kitchen and my polka dot table cloth!

  179. I have plans to make a wall hanging for my bedroom, these would be perfect for that.

  180. Abby devries says:

    What lovely fabrics! I would make something for my mother in law for Christmas :)

  181. I am making some hair clips for my local give and take charity and would love to be able to make some more flowers and bows!! These would be perfect for them <3

  182. Lisa Marie says:

    I would make some table runners to give as gifts! Such beautiful prints.

  183. I have lots of friends having babies and – as you know – charm squares make for great, quick gifts! I would make a couple of quilts. Thanks for sharing :)

  184. I would gift these beautiful squares to my niece Amy, who lives on a cattle station and does her schooling via Distance Education. She has become a keen quilter about a year ago, and has done some lovely work. Her new-found love of quilting lead her to a camp with other like-minded people earlier in the year where she was able to learn and practise some new skills and ideas. This fabric is so pretty, Amy would certainly give it a good home!

  185. I have three people close to my heart that are pregnant with baby girls and one that is pregnant with a surprise. I would use the charm packs to make little quilts/blankets. A single charm pack is great for [relatively] quickly whipping up cute baby quilt and I would back the quilts with a super soft minky dot fabric.

  186. My daughter would love a doll quilt from this and I would use the rest in a quilt I’m planning for her! Thanks for the chance to win!

  187. I would share this gift with other crafty school mums to make things big and small for our school fete craft stall in March next year. Tissue packet covers, little bags for treasured things, bunting, Easter Bunny softies and more.

  188. Quilts for some baby charities. I have got the quilting bug big time but living in the tropics there isn’t much need for them, so will whip up a few cot quilts to give to people with babies in need,

  189. I would love to give these to a friend, who has had a tough year with mental illness and she is finding strength in quilting and sewing. These beautiful florals and colours would make her smile and that is what makes all of us (her family and friends) smile too.

  190. I would make something for my mom. I haven’t been quilting for long and I think it’s time she gets my appreciation! Thanks for the giveaway!

  191. Jantine Urban says:

    Some flowers to make autumn feel like summer again! With to many knitting projects at the same time I am in need of an extra knitting bag and some happy cushions for the couchto lean to while knitting 😉

  192. I need a new summer quilt for my bed. These floral charms would be great for that! Thanks for the chance.

  193. Very pretty! Please count me in, thanks!

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  194. I would love to make a quilt and cushions for my baby girls nursery!

  195. What a pretty selection! They look like they would make great quilts for a little girl!

  196. Beautiful fabric! I’d make some pillows for my bedroom.

  197. I don’t know what I would make. I would want to lay them out, try different combinations and layouts before making a decision.

  198. I have 2 sweet granddaughters who would love matching quilts in pinks and florals. Thanks.

  199. I’d love to sew some gorgeous matching patchwork aprons for myself and my daughters. I’m sure our baking would taste even nicer if we looked so stylish while we make!

  200. The fabrics are gorgeous and I would love to make a quilt with them – and I would keep it which is something I have never done before.

  201. I would make bed curtains for my daughters for Christmas.

  202. Helena Leung says:

    I’d make a patchwork tote for my sister in law, because she’s totes gorgeous!! (Plus, she made me a bag last year, so, time to repay the favour!)

  203. I think these would make great patchwork totes or a lap quilt! :)

  204. Lucy Michaela says:

    Realistically? They’ll come in the mail with a squeal of excitement (from me!), then I’ll spend many, many late nights on Pinterest finding beautifully inspiring projects while these lovely Moda Charm Packs sit on the kitchen bench (that one safe place where the kids can’t reach!), in that limbo land before finding a place to live. I’ll plan to make delightfully cute floral quilts and baby shoes and bags for Christmas presents. Eventually, I’ll spend a day sorting out my Pinterest pins, narrowing them down and then maybe, just maybe, there will be a few stolen minutes to shut the study door and get sewing!

  205. Charlotte says:

    I love working with charms. These are so very pretty I think I would make something for my mom.

  206. Tina Gilley says:

    I Would Love To Make Some Purses.

  207. Peggy Gibbs says:

    I would like to try my hand at a scrappy quilt and these would be perfect.

  208. I see lots of pinks in these packs so I would make a girly baby quilt. Two friends will be grandmothers soon so I’m sure I’ll need at least one pink quilt.

  209. I would use these to make some awesome girly quilts! Charms are so great because they are so versatile!

  210. I’d love to use them to make a welcome home quilt for a baby I know who’s having heart surgery next month!

  211. These are so pretty! I would love to make a quilt for my little sister. :)

  212. Allison C says:

    I’m making an oversized king HST with charms so this would be perfect

  213. HI, I’d love to make a new quilt !!!!
    Thanks for sharing!

  214. I would love to make some zipy pouches for my dil

  215. Nicole Sender says:

    I’d make an awesome quilt!

  216. What fabulous timing on this wonderful giveaway.. To keep costs down, I try and make gifts for almost all of the 30 family members on our Christmas List, so free fabric is always much appreciated. When we married almost 60 years ago, and the both of us being only children, we never thought that we would be blessed with such a large family. Thank you for the giveaway opportunity.

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