Sunday, March 10, 2013

[CLOSED] Harts Fabric: 100$ coupon giveaway


Since the beginning of March, I have a wonderful new sponsor*: Harts Fabric!
When I was contacted by them, we spoke about doing a giveaway and I suggested a pattern as prize, but guess what? They offered a 100$ coupon for you guys!

The winner will be spoilt for choice, as this shop has everything you might wish for. I was particularly attracted by the Decades of Style patterns, vintage reproduction patterns that I'm itching to try out.

To enter the giveaway, you need to be following my blog (via email or via rss reader) and leave a comment telling me what would be the first thing you'd spend your coupon on. Please leave an email address for me to get in touch.

For extra entries, you can:

✄ Tweet about it (+1)
✄ Like Harts Fabric on Facebook (+1)

For each additional entry, please leave an extra comment below.

The giveaway ends on March 17, 11:00am GMT. Good luck!

EDIT: GIVEAWAY CLOSED, THE WINNER WAS ANNOUNCED HERE.

Oh, and I didn't forget about the By Hand London giveaway. The winners are:

✄ Gwendolyn for the Elisalex dress pattern
✄ Pennie for the Charlotte skirt pattern

You're being contacted as this post is published, so please check your email!

*[If you're interested in sponsoring me, here is all the info.]

228 comments:

  1. a sweetheart overall http://www.hartsfabric.com/pattern-62952.html

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  2. Oh wow, this is really generous of them-thanks for setting it up. Just checked out their digital printed silks and their printed rayons-I've never seen anything like there 'round here. And the prices are pretty reasonable as well. The Decades of Style patterns are cool, they've had a couple of new styles since I last checked. Count me in-I reckon since I've put all my Burdas, Knipmodes, La Mia Boutiques other things on ebay I'll have space for some more stuff soon. XD
    BTW I follow you on Google reader and have liked their facebook page.
    Cheers.

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  3. www.thisblogisnotforyou.comMarch 10, 2013 at 11:25 AM

    I would spend it on the Decades of Style 1933 Evening Gown Size A, B or C #3301 and lots of ribbon! :)

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  4. I've had my eye on some mustard echino cotton linen blend fabric from Harts but I'm trying to avoid coughing up $40 postage to Australia so this would be perfect haha!!

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  5. That 30s button dress is to die for! I definitely want to make something like that some day. I'm on a strict sewing schedule, though, so I'd start out with a couple of yards of http://www.hartsfabric.com/shelburne-falls-multi-floral-willow-70554.html for an early 40s blouse I've got in my queue.

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  6. some of the crazy retro prints tickle my fancy, like this one http://www.hartsfabric.com/organic-monaluna-havana-scoot-scoot-blue-69572.html
    dhllejeune@yahoo.com

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  7. There's so much choice, it's hard to know where to start! But I love the Decades of Style beach romper and the Oliver & S Sketchbook Shirt and shorts for my little nephews!

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  9. www.thisblogisnotforyou.comMarch 10, 2013 at 11:33 AM

    liked them on facebook with my blog page! :)

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  10. or some of this http://www.hartsfabric.com/liberty-rose-dot-68361.html for a sweet dress for my little girl!

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  11. Carmen Bouchard aka CarmencitaMarch 10, 2013 at 11:41 AM

    What a nice giveaway! I like it so much, I did the FB liking, the tweet and I need some summer polka dots, I'm pretty sure they have that in stock. I have you on my RSS reader of course!

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  12. great giveaway! congrats to whoever wins (:

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  13. I was just checking their website and they have a "large scale floral" category, which I'm totally into (see http://www.hartsfabric.com/alexander-henry-fabric-floral59387.html). Love this giveaway!

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  14. Cool! I would probably spend all of it on Kona Solids, since I spotted some colors I adore (Emerald is sort of screaming my name!)
    If I win and you can't see my e-mail, you can contact me through my blog (http://eennieuwejurk.wordpress.com)

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  15. I would spend it on either silk crepe or japanese cotton double gauze!

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  16. It's so difficult to find great knit fabrics over here, so I would get this stripe knit http://www.hartsfabric.com/stripe-knit-grey-black-69470.html it is just what I have been looking for but can't find here anywhere :(

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  17. And I retweeted your tweet. :)

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  18. I am loving linen lately, so I'd probably splurge on that. Thanks for the awesome give away!

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  19. liked on facebook!

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  20. asewingodyssey.blogspot.co.ukMarch 10, 2013 at 12:11 PM

    Yes, please...count me in! Like you, I'm really attracted to the repro patterns, so I would probably spend a chunk of the money on those ;o)

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  21. asewingodyssey.blogspot.co.ukMarch 10, 2013 at 12:11 PM

    I've now 'liked' Harts Fabric too!

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  22. asewingodyssey.blogspot.co.ukMarch 10, 2013 at 12:12 PM

    And, I've also tweeted about it ;o)

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  23. I follow your blog via rss reader ... If I win the first thing I buy will be fabrics for my pencil skirt ... Thanks Paunnet and Harts Fabric ...

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  24. I'd spend it on some japanese fabrics. Crossing my fingers...

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  25. I was going to say the button dress you have showing as I have wanted to try a dress like for ages, but then I saw the "Melody Miller" old school phone fabric so maybe both???

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  26. I'd definitely spend it on the 1940s New England Dress... plus fabulous fabric to make it in. :)
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  27. Oh wow this is an amazing giveaway!! I love all the digital print silks and the zig zag Blair eyelet! With $100 I'd be swimming in fabric. Crossing fingers toes and everything else Thanks Paunnet and Harts!

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  28. And because I'm so giddy to win, I just tweeted about the giveaway!

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  29. Wow! What an amazing offer. I have been eyeing some of the prints with animals on them for a bit now. But I've been waiting to decide on a project for them. I'd definitely buy some fabrics and a few notions with the coupon.

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  30. Oh, I love Harts fabrics! I would 100% order some material for a Charlotte skirt. The pattern's in the mail but I have nothing to make it out of... yet!

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  31. Great offer! I think I'd go with one of those decades of style patterns as well, and try to find a nice fabric for it so I'd have everything complete for a project. Or, with this kind of budget, I'd dive into the silks... I follow via Google Reader.

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  32. + liked them on facebook.

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  33. Great giveaway! I think I would treat myself to a Nani Iro double gauze, normally not in my fabric budget. Thank you!

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  34. How exciting! Just yesterday I was visiting Hart's web site and lusting after an Anna Maria Horner voile. I'm thinking of making a gauzy summer dress.

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  35. Wow, what an awesome giveaway! I already follow you through blogger and Harts on Facebook
    I'd totally have a look at the knits. I saw a beautiful Mustard jersey that would make the sweetest dress!

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  36. I would buy royal blue knit fabric. I'm just learning to sew with knit material. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  37. Harts Fabric is one of my favorite online shops! I would buy fabric and lining to make the Minoru jacket from Sewaholic. I follow you in my Google reader :)

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  38. I think I would get the bubble gum pink wool shetland fabric for a Colette Anise jacket. I love pink!

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  39. So spoilt for choice! But I think I'd get some of the Valori Wells Novella Peony rayon and some different kinds of printed voiles. I follow via Google reader/blogger. Keeping my fingers crossed!

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  40. I follow you on blogger!! Would stock up on voile!!

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  41. I just tweeted about it too!

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  42. Cotton Linen Chambray 5oz Fabric Indigo Wash
    First on my list would be the Cotton Linen Chambray 5 oz Fabric in the Indigo wash. I recently purchased the Colette Sewing Handbook and I think the Pastille would look oh so cute in this fabric with a nice bright trim!

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  43. gosh! this is a beatiful store! my first buy would be two and a half yard of the great chevron stripe fabric by robert kaufmann in aqua or blue color and a lot of other stuff!!
    i own some decades of style patterns and they are lovely!
    My email giodibi at gmail dot com :)
    xo, Giusy

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  44. Wow, I'd love to win a $100 coupon! I'd probably buy some wool for a winter coat.

    I follow you on Google Reader. :)

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  45. Japanese import fabric would be my first purchase!!

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  46. Just "liked it" on Facebook.

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  47. Such a great giveaway. I would get some cotton voile and probably some silk too.

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  48. I also like Harts on facebook.

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  49. I'd love to try their modal knits and the laminates...and of course I would also buy some nice patterns!

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  50. I read your blog through google reader. If I win I will buy some knits fabrics to make comfy clothes!

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  51. I like Harts fabrics on fb. nick Soni Ost Pe

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  52. Ooh, wow, how generous! I love how their fabric is organized by color, since that's usually how I shop for fabric anyway. They have some lovely Nani Iro gauze that I would love to finally sew with. Thanks!

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  53. What an awesome giveaway! I follow you in google reader. I would definitely go for the decades of style 30s beach pajamas.

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  54. What an amazing giveaway! I follow you via gfc - kmjones3@gmail Looking through Harts website it looks like they have such a great selection! Since I have a bit too much fabric in my stash, I headed over to the pattern section and wow, I just love the Decades of Style. I know you featured them here, but I had never heard of them and they stood out the most, especially the 40s New England dress - wow, I just love it!

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  55. Ooh, really like their stretch lace!

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  56. Ooh, they carry so many patterns I've been coveting! That makes it easy: colette jasmine, folkwear japanese haori, and decades of style 1930's button dress. For starters. :)

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  57. And I've just retweeted it :-)

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  58. liked on fb. thanks for the giveaway!

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  59. I'd go for Nani Iro Double Gauze as I've never tried sewing with double gauze fabric before. Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  60. I would definitely try out a bamboo knit because I haven't had the chance to try it out, and I'm interested! Thanks. :)

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  61. What a great giveaway!

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  62. I would spend my coupon on laminated cotton and knit fabric for my kids. Hart's fabric has a great selection of both and I have tons of projects!

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  63. I liked them on facebook :)

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  64. It would be hard to choose! Today, at this second it would have to be the zig zag blair eyelet fabric. So gorgeous and our last post got my eyelet in my head (so it's kind of your fault.)

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  65. Well, I'd go for some Colette patterns and some dress fabrics - especially those polka dots!! Thank you fpr the giveaway!

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  66. oh, wonderful! i think i would splurge on some nani iro floral double gauze and make a perfect summer dress.

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  67. Ooh they have some lovely stuff! I think I'd have to raid the linen section and the dress/blouse section (esp the flocked heart chiffon in red -- so gorgeous!) for spring/summer dresses. Ooh and definitely some Colette patterns! <3


    wbkpd1 [at] gmail

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  68. So much choice! I think I would go with one of the alexander henry printed cotton's!

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  69. mmm! that anna sui feather lace is pretty amazing -- pair it with one of their eco knits for a great fancy-tshirt a-la poppykettle. that's what i'd do.

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  70. What a fabulous giveaway! I would use the coupon for scissors and beautiful Japanese double gauze fabric!

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  71. I have also liked Hart's Fabric on facebook.
    KC
    The Sewcratic Method

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  72. Thanks for the awesome giveaway, I'd love to try their bamboo knits! But there's so much choice! I'm following you via rss through netvibes by the way.

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  73. Oh, what a generous giveaway! I would spend the coupon on one of their lovely silk prints, like the Italian water colour prints for example. I follow your blog via google reader and I can be reached at stitchparade (at) gmail (dot) com thanks for the chance!

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  74. This is an amazing giveaway. Thank you and thank you Hart's fabric! I am already a follower through google. Though I have also had my eye on all 3 of the Dacades of Style patterns you have in your post, I think $100 gift certificate would let me feel ok about indulging on some of the wonderful echino fabric I've been coveting for sometime. I'm thinking maybe green bicycles. But then with $100 I could have fabric and a pattern. Yay!

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  75. Oh my! I looked around their website and think I'd probably splurge on a few knits in different colours, since I just bought the renfrew pattern and wanted to learn working with them this year!

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  76. I LOVE the printed silks and would make a summer dress for an upcoming wedding! I might also have to get some of the adorable printed linen. I follow on google and love your blog. Thanks!

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  77. Umm, home dec fabric first and foremost - they have some cute prints! mellysews at gmail.com

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  78. I'd make make a few tanks and t-shirts and maybe a Banksia from those Ella Moss printed knits. I might do so even if I don't win!

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  79. It would be hard to choose, so much prettiness! I would probably go for pinkish double gauze with dots and birds, how could a girl resist something like that?! I follow your blog with Bloglovin'.
    kelerabeus.okereke(at)gmail(dot)com

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  80. What a lovely giveaway! Today I would pick that great green Nani Iro border print to make a summer skirt. rsagert(at)gmail(dot)com.

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  81. Omg, that's amazing. I would love a gift card to Hart's - I'd spend the whole thing on Nani Iro. That stuff is gorgeous. I'm following your blog on Bloglovin'. Does that count? stephanie at makesthethings dot com

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  82. I'm in love with the Silk Cotton Sateen Fabric Violet for a shirt that I'd like to make, or the Stretch Suiting Fabric Brown for a dress, I can't pick between them.

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/ShadowWolf/status/310908612195258369 & liked on FB. :D

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  83. This is such an amazing giveaway, at first, I couldn't believe my eyes! :) If I were to win, I would definitely get a few japanese import prints, and some cute printed knits. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  84. Also, I liked them on facebook :) Woo-hoo!

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  85. This giveaway is so generous. I'm already dreaming about getting some Nani Iron double gauze. Everything I've seen made from it has been amazing, I'm starting to think the fabric itself is magical.

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  86. I would get some knits. Definitely some swimwear knits.

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  87. I love browsing Hart's Fabric. The way they arrange their selection by color like a rainbow is so inspiring - and tempting! I don't know what I'd choose, but it's not for lack of choices!

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  88. also liked on Facebook

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  89. Ohh, I would love to get some of their linen gauze and black essex linen. They have such a nice selection it makes it hard to choose.

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  90. Those double gauze fabrics - yum.

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  91. Also liked Harts on FB

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  92. Wow it would be a hard choice but I think it would have to be lots of those reproduction patterns, so much pretty! :)

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  93. Oh my, best giveaway ever!! I'm subscribed to you via email and my email address is happy_haylee_3(at)hotmail(dot)com

    Oh and I'd probably order a new rotary cutter first. I need one badly!

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  94. https://twitter.com/happy_haylee_3/status/310968346902396928

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  95. I adore those decades of style patterns! That would definitely be my first purchase.

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  96. Hi! I follow your blog through Google Reader. I would love to get some of the hemp denim. Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

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  97. Oooo what a great giveaway! I would definately get this: http://www.hartsfabric.com/digital-printed-silk-thick-paint-66210.html because, soooooooo pretty!

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  98. Those vintage patterns are lovely, but I think I'd have to get some of the black and white check wool wi herringbone detail, some of the floral 100% silk knit and the coral spotty stretch lace. What beautiful and different fabrics they have. I follow you on Bloglovin, so hopefully that qualifies to enter! Thanks, Sarah

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  99. I've been wanting the Cambie pattern forever, so I'd buy that first.

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  100. I drool over their liberty and Alexander Henry lawns...so blouse-worthy!

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  101. Liked harts on facebook!

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  102. I LOVE the His Girl Friday Blouse, the 1944 house dress, and the New England dress patterns :) I also must get the Dear Stella Peacock Feather cotton - it would make such a cute dress!

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  103. I like Hart Fabrics on Facebook :)

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  104. I'm a follower!

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  105. I'd find it very hard not to head straight for the sashiko fabric in the japanese section. I already follow you via email, but I'll head over and like them on facebook too. Thanks for a lovely giveaway x

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  106. I liked them on facebook and then realised how many beautiful patterns they have as well. Double count me in! x

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  107. the objet d'arte dress pattern, in a gorgeous cotton print. or maybe 2 yards of an italian silk digital print

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  108. Whew, that's a difficult one... But I think I would go for some patterns and some silk. But there are so many beautiful fabrics, it's hard to choose...

    But anyway, thanks for hosting this giveaway!!

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  109. I've been following you for awhile, and I really need to say I love so much what you do, it really inspires me (although I should sew more...).

    Anyway, if I would win, I think I would get some of Peach Floral Lace Fabric and maybe something else that I normally didn't think of buying... Also some of those vintage patterns look really good :)

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  110. I also liked Hart's Fabric on Facebook.

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  111. Also tweeted :)

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  112. Oooh, I'd be all over these sweetheart overalls! http://www.hartsfabric.com/pattern-62952.html


    My email address in annabelvita@yahoo.co.uk xx

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  113. Hello ! Thanks a lot for that lovely idea ! My choice : dresses for springtime. I've made a lot of dresses this winter and I'm preparing "spring collection"
    Bye

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  114. Something really luscious for spring! Lace or emerald green!

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  115. I love the decades of style patterns, but I'd grab some of the great flannels to make a pair of cosy pj's, as it is snowing here in the UK so I want to stay snuggly and warm! Email is info@thepolishedbutton.co.uk

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  116. some Liberty lawn, I could justify the cost if I had a gift certificate!

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  117. Great giveaway! I follow your blog via Google Reader. I would definitely spend my coupon on some lovely fabrics for summer skirts and dresses.

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  118. Wow!This is an amazing giveaway!If I'm the lucky winner I'll spend the coupon on sewing patterns for sure!First on the list-Colette's Clover,Jamie Christina's Mission Maxi,Sewaholic's Cambie and Decade's of Style 1940's Empire Waist trousers!The list can go on and on!!I can spent hours browsing through Harts Fabric's sewing patterns collection!

    thewardrobeproject.email@gmail.com

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  119. Just twitted about the giveaway!

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  120. And liked Harts Fabric on Fb!

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  121. Eee! I love Harts!

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  122. Liked Facebook as well!

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  123. I am really interested in the Decades of Style patterns. If I win I will purchase fabric to sew one of the 1920s style dresses probably the one with the zigzag waist to wear to a Gatsby themed party.
    Love your blog.

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  124. I'd probably grab a copy of Sewaholic's Thurlow pattern and then splurge on some killer fabric for it.

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  125. I would buy some cotton lawn :) to make some spring tops/dresses. thank you for the giveaway!

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  126. Floral silk knit just sounds like such a good idea! I've got my eye on that! Thanks!

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  127. I would buy some rayon and the vintage pattern simplicity 1692. Great giveaway!

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  128. I love their cotton voiles! I would drive down there right away and shop!

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  129. How perfect! I love Hart's Fabric and I've been coveting a few decades of style patterns for a long while. Count me in!

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  130. I follow you via email (peopleness@gmx.com) and would buy quilting fabric to make a baby quilt!

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  131. I like heart's fabric on FB

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  132. I tweeted the post: https://twitter.com/Momma_Mary_P/status/311193086468431872

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  133. Amazing giveaway!! I'd get some of their lovely virgin wool coating for a Lady Grey (with a sumptuous silk charmeuse lining perhaps??).


    (katherine.jones13 @ gmail.com)

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  134. What an amazing giveaway! I would immediately spend the money to get some voile for some shirts! This oil slick voile is amazing... http://www.hartsfabric.com/oil-slick-print-voile-70808.html

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  135. If I already "liked" Hart's Facebook page, does that still count??

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  136. I think I'd treat myself to some Liberty fabric!

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  137. Already following Harts on Facebook :)
    quipardue@yahoo.com

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  138. I would probably try one of the Decades of Style patterns and some rayon or cotton lawn for a nice dress. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  139. I just discovered your blog through Hart's pinterest. I love it, so much inspiration! I would definitely use my 100 dollar coupon to Hart's to buy lots of 1/2 yards of different fabrics to make bibs for all the babies I love and my Etsy shop (etsy.com/shop/funlittlethings). I also already follow Hart's on Facebook if that counts for an extra entry!

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  140. I LOVE Harts Fabric!!! I'm a local Santa Cruz fashion designer specializing in dance/ready-to-wear garments. I'm currently trying to establish a brand and could use all the fashion/design community's support. Besides up-cycled materials, I use only Harts' fabric for my designs. Their selection is amazing and new textiles would be greatly appreciated! Knits and some Liberty of London for ballet skirts would be awesome.
    lanamcauliffe@gmail.com

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  141. I'd spring for some of their lovely designer silks to make a new blouse or two!

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  142. I'll buy the yarn dyed japanese gingham fabrics. They are so beautiful! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  143. This is such a lovely idea. Thank you for reaching out to the all us textile freaks.. and it's not a bad way to advertise either. Harts and Paunnet have been liked ;)

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  144. I already liked Harts!!

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  145. Also I would totally spend this on bird print fabrics... and silk cotton voile

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  146. I love Harts Fabric! I would spend this on some of their lovely jersey prints!

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  147. I am a sucker for novelty prints and the Cushion Dust Victorian Gallery Thyme is adorable!

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  148. Hi all.. check out my Etsy shop!! All garments are made using fabric from Harts. I will be adding more items soon.. Custom orders are always welcome. Thank you Paunnet :)

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lana-McAuliffe/189730387776058

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  149. how generous is that! I'd grab the siren sundress pattern first off methinks.

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  150. I follow you via RSS. I was really taken by their hemp fabric (especially the little red stripe) but I may not be able to pass up their shetland wool in bubblegum pink.

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  151. I also liked them on facebook

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  152. Bring it on! Love Harts!

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  153. Wow, awesome giveaway. I'm a follower of yours via email.

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  154. Harts Fabric has some gorgeous items. It's a difficult choice but I think the



    Tina Givens Pagoda Lullaby Scales Voile Grenadine is beautiful and would make a stunning dress.

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  155. Adriana HernandezMarch 12, 2013 at 2:59 AM

    I would by the Object d'Art Dress by Decades of Style and the fabric Birdie Dot Double Gauze Fabric Pink. Makes me purrr!

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  156. I have an obsession of late with linens so I think I'd buy out that section first, particularly the linen knits. Turquoise is my favorite color.

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  157. Oh boy! Just bought Colette's Violet and Sewaholic's Renfrew patterns. I would look for some cotton and knit fabric so that I can finally sew them up :) I have been looking at Hart's they have a great selection.


    mo_murphy@comcast.net

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  158. I'm new to sewing, so I'd probably pick almost a "grab bag" for myself of different material.

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  159. Tweeted (MelissaBoose= twitter handle)

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  160. If I were so lucky as to win, there is no doubt that I'd pick up some Echino printed linen!

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  161. I usually just make do with yardsale fabrics etc, so If I won, I could pick any fabrics I wanted and get going with making my own clothin, pick patterns...

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  162. I'd go straight to the Japanese fabrics! Kokka!

    sarahd-g@hotmail.com
    (I already liked Harts on FB a long time ago...)

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  164. Bubblegum Pink Shetland Wool. I have been eyeing this off for over a year but haven't been able to afford it!

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  166. So many things I'd love to try ! I'd probably start with the Cambie dress, the Thurlow pants by Sewaholic, or the Miz Mozelle by Jamie Christina.

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  167. I liked Harts on Facebook.
    (marionbera@gmail.com)

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  168. I would love to get the Colette patterns Negroni shirt, as my boyfriend has recently expressed an interest in me sewing for him! j9s@flash.net

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  169. Ooh, fun! I'd go right for the Nani Iro double gauze.


    shannon at orangecloudhandmade dot com

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  170. I would first get the Miz Mozelle pattern as I've been wanting it for a couple years...

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  171. Oh, the first thing I'd buy? Polkadots! I want to make a navy polkadot cambie with red piping!

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  172. Hi there! I follow your blog using Google Reader. I've been drooling over white eyelet at Hart's and dreaming of summer, so I'd have to buy that! Thanks!

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  173. First thing I'd buy would be some bra-making notions and silk for a grad dress :)

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  174. I like Hart Fabrics on Facebook

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  175. Following! Love your site! Would buy Shetland wool....hmmm....what color?

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  176. I would be really excited to get a couple of Colette Patterns that I haven't tried yet .

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  177. Ooh, gosh! I would take the luxury of buying both a pattern and the fabric for the pattern at the same time! Possibly something from the 40s, or that 30s button dress. Then I would buy beautiful fabric just for its sake.

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  178. Debi_myhappysewingplaceMarch 13, 2013 at 5:54 AM

    Fab giveaway.. I love all their fabric plus the decades of style patterns!

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  179. I don't know if the game is available for France but I try my luck. Everything is very tempting on this site so the choice is difficult. In any case, if I wim for sure I'll make a Razia. Dress, coat, blouse, skirt, short... I've a big project to implement.
    I like the fan page on Facebook too.
    Thanks for this game ^_^

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  180. I tweeted!! https://twitter.com/atabanana29/status/311833659017678848 mjalfano19 at gmail dot com

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  181. I follow you by email! And I would buy fabric!! mjalfano19 at gmail dot com

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  182. I like Harts fabric on facebook! mjalfano19 at gmail dot com

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  183. Ooooh.... I think I would get some rayon, and maybe stretch lace. So many pretty things!

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  184. 1930's patterns-I'm an Art Deco geek:)

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  185. And I liked Harts Fabric on Facebook... nlavati@gmail.com

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  187. Would most likely splurge on some Liberty fabric! "Liked" Hart's Fabric on FB. sarahswmbo@gmail.com

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  188. I am a follower on Google Reader! Thank you for the generous giveaway! I know I would buy some fashion fabric from Hart's fabric--probably some Silk Dupioni because I have never been willing to spend my own money on it. :)

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  189. I also tweeted about it:

    https://twitter.com/joyatee/status/312061862323843072

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  190. Finally, I like Hart's Fabric on Facebook.
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  192. Definitely fabric for me please!!!

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  193. Great giveaway!
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