Monday, June 21, 2010

"More for Me" Monday | Castle Peeps!

Castle Peeps FQ's

We've been given so many great opportunities to host amazing giveaways for readers that, to make it easier, we're going to be posting all new giveaways on Mondays. It's a new program that we're calling "More for Me" Mondays ... and by "me", we of course mean you!

We've also decided to keep all giveaways open for one week, with each week's giveaway winners announced the following Sunday; i.e., before the next giveaway is posted. We can't promise a new giveaway every Monday, but so far we've had no shortage of fun prizes for y'all.

Castle Peeps FQ's

Moreover, we have begun the countdown to issue #2. Mark your calendars: our next issue is scheduled to be released on Tuesday, July 27th. To celebrate, we're giving away some of the hottest, most talked-about new modern fabrics. Look for Tufted Tweets, Weekends, and more in coming weeks, but today is all about ...

Castle Peeps FQ's

CASTLE PEEPS ! ! ! ! ! ! !

Readers of our first issue might remember the feature we did on this new line in our first issue along with an interview with fabric designer extraordinaire, Lizzy House.

Well, when I was at Quilt Market last month, Lizzy herself personally handed these to me with strict instructions: "DO NOT keep these. DO NOT cut into them. They are for your readers!" Thanks, but darn. I would have loved to keep these for myself. (Lucky for me, I was able to pick some up at sample spree! : )

Want some Castle Peeps of your own? Simply leave a comment here, telling us which color family you'd like to win and what you would make with it. Be creative! Winners will be announced on Sunday, June 27th.

Good luck!

384 comments:

  1. I love the blue one. I'd either make a throw quilt, or a little foam castle for my cats. Like this: http://sewing.patternreview.com/cgi-bin/patterns/sewingpatterns.pl?patternid=1698

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  2. Hmmmm..... I think I'd like the green and brown prints. I'd make a quilt (of course!) but need to see the fabric first to get some ideas. Thanks for the great giveaway!!

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  3. I adore the green family and would love to use it to make a simple patchwork quilt with squares to hand quilt. My niece who is expecting her second child and would dig this fabric.

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  4. Blue is my favorite. Handbags will be cute!!

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  5. I love the Blues and I think I would like to make something fun like a new bag, or a set of bags. Then again when I get them I might want to make them into a quilt instead, the castle theme is so intriguing.
    Tennye

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  6. I love the green and I would make a little quilt for a little girl at one of our guild charities.

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  7. The blue is my favorite. I'd love to use them in a quilt. They are so fun!!
    Jaclyn

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  8. How could I possibly look a gift horse in the mouth? I would take ANY COLOURWAY AT ALL! But if I had a choice, and couldn't stuff them all in my bag when you weren't looking, I would take the red/pink ones.

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  9. Greens I think would be for me and wouldn't they be just fabulous for a play quilt? Castle shaped (of course) with damsels in distress and white knights galloping in for rescues, dragons and wizards..........oops, getting a bit carried away here!!
    Lizzie
    xxx

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  10. I'd pick the pink/red color way. I would use them to make a bag for my little girl to carry her stuff too and from Grandma's house!

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  11. I love the blue colourway. It would go really well in the play quilt I am making for a soon to be baby boy.
    Shirley

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  12. Oh that pink/red/orange colorway of Castle Peeps would be perfect for a fairy tale quilt for my new granddaughter!

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  13. Oh yeah, I'd love some castle peeps. Any colorway would be fabulous!

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  14. I'd love the blue or green. My husband has a big collection of toy castles, and so I'd make something for him. A throw quilt, probably. Or pillows/pillowcases, maybe.

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  15. I love the pink fabric line. I think might try my hand at making a pieced duvet cover for my daughter's bed.
    thanks!

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  16. I would choose the brown/green. I'd probably make a quilt for my youngest son. Or possibly a cute little outfit. Or both if I paired the fabrics with enough solids.

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  17. I love the blue colorway. I know of three women at my office who are expecting boys, and this would make a fabulous crib quilt!

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  18. Blue or green so I could make a few shirts and shorts for my son!

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  19. Well, I already ordered the green colourway to make fun placemats for my boys, so I'd like the pink / red colourway for my daughter. I would make a pair of Anna Maria Horner's quick change baby pants with the little peeps on the bum square. Then I would use the rest to go with my Far Far Away 2 fabrics to make a fabulous fairy tale lap quilt for me.

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  20. I love pink!!! I need Pink!!! I have three girls that LOVE anything princess!!! Please help and send me the pink fabric, I need to make them a new quilt and this will be perfect for it. Please pick me.

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  21. I really favor the blues....I am thinking that these fabrics will be perfect for a little tent! I haven't found a cute tent for my daughter's room...so I think it's time I just make one myself! the castle peeps make for a great imagination hideaway.

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  22. All the colorways are great but I really love the blue. Would use it to make a quilt for my son- could see us sitting on his bed at night making up bedtime stories about the fabric!

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  23. The blue one makes me think of "it's a small world" at disney -- it could possibly push me into making that disney quilt that i've been dreaming of since I became a cast member!

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  24. I love them all but for some reason I am leaning toward the blues!

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  25. /faint

    these are too cute. way too cute.

    Red is my favorite color... but I like the blue and green too. Send me any of them! :)

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  26. Oooh, I love those green and brown prints!

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  27. I love the blues. I would love to make a baby blanket with them!

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  28. I think I'd make a small quilt with the blue bundle for my little knight in shining armor! :0)

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  29. I love this line -- I guess I'd go with the green.

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  30. I love them all but if you are making me choose... I just can't!

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  31. the prints are so fun :D i love the pink fabric. i want to make a crochet or ds case with it.

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  32. Oh man, tough decision, I love them all, but I think I'd make something from the blue one for my little fellow who likes to turn his quilts into forts and castles and clubhouses :)

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  33. Give me a G! Give me a R! Give me an E, E, N!

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  34. the pink, no the blue, no the green!
    yes the green, if i win i think i would just want to roll around onit for a while! then i'd make a quilt mybe with some fussy cut hexies

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  35. Beautiful! Love Monday themed posts :]
    I'm a sucker for anything GREEN!!

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  36. If I HAD to choose, I'd pick blue. No, green. Noooo, blue. Or pink. Blue, definitely. I would make a quilt for sure...probably throw in a bit of white and find a pattern that would show off those great prints.

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  37. ooh! WOW! I would certainly love the blue one. Having 3 boys means there is an endless list of toys, shirts and pants to keep enough in the wardrobe for little grubs. haha!

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  38. I'm a green person, so that's what I'm hoping to win. I would probably use it for a Project Linus quilt. Kathie L in Allentown

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  39. Such a hard choice, but the green colorway wins by a nose for me :) What to make?! This would be perfect for one of my cousins' kids... maybe a story/I spy type quilt?

    ps: can't wait for the next issue!

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  40. I have to admit I love them all but if I won them - probably the brown/green/yellow, I would make an apron and potholders for my kitchen and if I had enough, some napkins for our table. thanks for the chance to win.
    Chris Aiton

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  41. I have to pick pink to make something for my 2 little grand-daughters.

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  42. I like the blues and I think I would make it into a quilt for one of my nephews a boy recently born or the in due in September. Although any of the color ways would be great!

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  43. I would love the blue - I'm going to be blessed with my first grandbaby, a boy, in October, and want to make him a seat cushion for a rocking chair that was given to my daughter, his mom, when she was born, that I still have in my house (she didn't take it when she moved out). And a matching quilt, of course!

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  44. I'd love the green or blue to make a quilt for my son!

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  45. I love all of them, but especially the green!

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  46. I love the green. I would make a quilt for my daughter to take off to college and I really could use a new tote bag!

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  47. I absolutely love this line and would love any of the colorways. If I had to narrow down a fabric, it might be the pinks/oranges?? Or maybe the blues... So hard to pick! These would definitely go into being a quilt... possibly for a big girl bed that we'll need in not too long.

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  48. GREEN GREEN GREEN, I love this collection and trust me I could find a use for all of it but I think the green would be fantastic in a baby blanket.

    Tennile

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  49. Oh, goodness. I love them all! If I'm forced to pick, I'll go with green. I think this would make a really cool wonky log cabin quilt.

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  50. Pink to make a quilt for my daughter's room, though I confess I love them all!

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  51. Wow, these are great. If I have to chose, I think I'd take the Blue; and I'd use it in a quilt.

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  52. They are all so fun and lovely - it is hard to choose! I think I would choose the red/pink though. I have been contemplating a new baby quilt, and these would be perfect - bright and whimsical!

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  53. The green all the way. I'd make a crazy kitchen set: potholders, apron, towels, bread basket liner, table runner. Love it!

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  54. I think the blue would make a great quilt for a baby boy. Hoping for a grandson.

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  55. Seriously? I could use any of the colorways. If I had the green or the blue, they would work into a quilt for my son. If I had the pinks, I would probably do something fairy tale like for my daughter.

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  56. Pink, pink, pink!! It would be perfect for a quilt or something for my daughter's big girl room.

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  57. Any color you want to give me!:) Daughter is going to grad school in England Aug 3, she'll graduate next Sept...want to make her a Fairy Tale quilt for a graduation present...think I'll have enough time?:)

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  58. I love the green colorway & the Villagers Rejoice quilt that Lizzy designed!

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  59. Oh lala!!! I'm thinking the pink!!!...well maybe the blue! Could be the green...gosh...love them all...could be for grand baby girl, or boy...or ME! :)

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  60. love them all! Can't pick! :) THanks for sharing!

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  61. these are cute!

    i'd definitely make a quilt (i don't make anything else) and fussy cut the peeps to mix and match. green is best, i'd say.

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  62. If the momentous occasion presents itself that I should have the pleasure of choosing, I would most certainly and humbly request that the green colorway join me as the guest of honor for an evening of wine, song, and....a low-down, no-prisoners-taken slashing!! Yahoo!

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  63. Maybe a fabric cubby house / puppet theater type thing .... in pink .... or maybe green.

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  64. i would gladly welcome any member of this family into my house! any color...any color at all! blue if i must choose, but please don't make me...
    id love to try one of Cherry Houses's patterns with loads of solids and some Peeps thrown into the mix!!

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  65. Fantastic fabric. I'd use the brown and green to make curtains and add some patches to a mostly solid quilt for my son's room. He'll be moving to a toddler bed soon and this would certainly ease the transition.

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  66. I would go for the brown one. My husband loves castle things and we visited some while we took at trip to Europe a few years ago, so I would make him something. Probably a cute shirt. ;) Just kidding! I would want it to be something he would use on a regular basis, so maybe a pillowcase, quilt or laptop cover.

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  67. I'd pick the pink one, and make a quilt for my neice

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  68. Blue! I'd make a diaper bag out of this fun fabric. Moms are always searching for original, non-cutesy diaper bags, that are still fun and whimsical, without being too sickeningly sweet. I think this blue fabric would be perfect for that!!

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  69. I like the green one, and I'd probably make some sort of play tent for my daughter :)

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  70. I love the brown and green one!

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  71. It's too hard to choose! I keep going back and forth. I think I'll stick with the orange/red/yellow family. :) I'm busy collecting fabric for my very first quilt!

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  72. I love the blue bundle, it'll make a great summer picnic blanket!

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  73. I'd go for the green and brown set. I would love to make a wall hanging out of them. They are sooo cute.

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  74. I like the green, and I think I would make some placemats out of it :-D

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  75. Oh dear - you're going make me choose? I would be happy with any of the colourways but in order of preference they would be blue, brown then pink!

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  76. I love the blue, I'd make matching laptop cases for me and my fiance!

    Kamal
    monahtkm (at) gmail (dot) com

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  77. Oh please be me!

    I love the green and then the pink, but the blue is fab! I love the green! I would love to make a little mini quilt based off of her free pattern for this line! It is such a creative, yet simple quilt.

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  78. ooohhhh.....my favourite is the set of green! What would I make with it? Ummm...I think I would first marvel over their cuteness, put on my white gloves and squish and smoosh them, maybe even put them on a pedestal for a little while, then...and only then I would use them to make the most adorable baby quilt for my brother and his first baby :) Yep...that sounds about right. :D

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  79. I love the green family! I would love to make a quilt for a friends 3 year old who has just graduated to his BIG boy bed.

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  80. Oh my goodness!! Castle Peeps is the most adorable fabric EVER!! Ok, I love it and would really love the blue set. Need some more grand-baby-boy quilts. Thanks--really!

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  81. Those are great!! I think I will try something different (for me) and go for the greens and browns!

    Thanks for a great give away!

    SheilaC

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  82. Seriously?! I would take ANY of the three colorways! Just throw one my way! ;) I would definitely use it in a quilt, maybe even the free pattern that goes with the line...

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  83. Oh I would love the pink ones. I want to make a gallery of little castles for my hallway walls.

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  84. I'd be working out a new quilt for kids with the brown and green colorway.

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  85. Tough choice. Since I'd probably make little pillow people and maybe some pillow castles with it for my daughter, I'd better go with the red/orange colorway. But any of them would be super sweet awesome.

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  86. I'm loving the blue! I'm going to be a grandmother again in August...what a fun floor quilt this would make!

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  87. I love the green colorway the most and I love the design of the free quilt pattern from Lizzy...

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  88. So hard to pick...but my boy is in love with knights so I must say blue. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  89. Love the blue but of course would love any of them. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  90. What a wonderful give-away! Thank you so much for doing this. I'd have to pick the blue, it's such a pretty blue - I'd make a film strip baby quilt with it, my friend has her first baby coming!

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  91. More for Me Mondays... love it! And... it would have to be red or green. Or both. :) Isn't Sample Spree amazing?

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  92. You mean I'd have to pick a colour?!? I think I'd like the pink because my 4 year old would go crazy for it. I think I'd make her a wall hanging for her room and a doll quilt for her baby.

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  93. Green... 'cause that's my favorite color and I'd make a peek-a-boo quilt. Wouldn't that be fun with all the little castle people?!

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  94. Oh I just LOVE the reds! Would love to fussy cut those little peeps and make an I-Spy for the wall! =D Thanks for the chance to enter!

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  95. Well, I like 'em all! But I guess brown best. All these baby quilts in the hopper!

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  96. I'd love to win the blue one... It'd be perfect to help me make 1 quilt out of 40 that I'm planning to make for the orphanage...

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  97. I love the green and brown colors, I think it would be perfect to make a table runner and some pot holders!

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  98. I love them all! I think I will choose blue for my grandson who is the imaginary play ling. He is our castle peep!

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  99. Pink one! This is my first time visiting your site. Love it so far! Thanks

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  100. Pink, Blue, or Green - One of my triplets would ADORE this fabric!

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  101. The blue colorway...definitely...and can you believe I've never made a coin quilt...would love to make that with these great fabrics!

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  102. The red pink one is calling me- what a great giveaway!

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  103. I like the green, would be nice for laptop case! Greetings from Slovakia :-)

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  104. Green would make a great quilt for my nephew. Looking forward to Mondays.

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  105. Wow - this is such fun fabric - if I won I would make a pj short set for my son - he would pick the blue colourway or a pink colourway skirt for my 21 year old princess daughter

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  106. Ooooooooooh....(sorry, cuteness overload, I can't help it).
    I have to admit that I instantly bought some of the blue colorway of Castle Peeps when they arrived in the stores because I just couldn't resist...I wanted the green colorway, too, but that wasn't in my budget yet...so I would be delighted to win the GREEN Castle Peeps...they're so...well, I said it: cute!
    Thanks for such a great opportunity,
    Julia

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  107. I'd make a big castle shaped patchwork floor cushion for my castle mad wee boy - he can read his castle books while sitting on it. I'd love the blue. Juliex

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  108. I'd love to mix them up - the brown/green pack with the orange fabrics - that would be a super quilt

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  109. I was really freaked out last week because suddenly a lot of my friends (or family members) are getting pregnant (three of them announced it last week and two in the week before; plus a couple of friends that I have known of before, which comes to a total of 8 new babies somewhere in the future). Now as much as I like babies but I am the only one in this family/friend circle who knows how to sew/quilt!
    So I guess this means that I will from now on spend all my evenings and free minutes cutting and sewing baby quilts :) I thought I would start with simple circles.

    If I could chose I would love to get my hands on the royal blue colorway (but those are all cute!)
    Thanks for not keeping them :)

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  110. The blue colorway and I would make some cute toddler pillow cases.

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  111. This is a lovely line! I would like all of them! But if I had to choose only one color-way - it would have to be the green one. I would make a quilt for my 6 year old niece, she's a cute princess...
    ; )

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  112. I have a plan to make a play tent for my little boy, how cool would it be to make it onto a castle to fulfill all his make believe fantasies.

    I really like the blue colourway, it's delicious especially the flags print.

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  113. Blue, to make something totally fanciful like a puppetry scene quilt...

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  114. I'd love to make a sturdy book tote out of the pink set. Summer is all about reading outside! :)

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  115. I love the green pack! I'd make a quilt for my son and fussy-cut out a lot of the characters. We'd lay on the blanket and I'd make up a story as he pointed to his favorites : )

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  116. OHOHOHOHOHO MEMEMEMEMEME

    I really REALLY want the pink set to make my husband pyjama boxer shorts cause CAUSE he is my peep! and secretly he would love LOOOOVE them, My large macho bald knight in shiny and pink armour

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  117. A fairytale story telling quilt would be nice. The blue is lovely but I know my daughter would definitely pick the pink and red.

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  118. I love all three colourways but I know my daughters would be screaming loudly at me if I didn't choose the pink so OK I'd choose the pink and make them little drag around quilts - I kniow you said be creative and that is not a creative answer but that is what I would do and they would love them. I'm liking the whole Monday giveaway thing - it ties in with Julie at Jaybird so I might just be able to remember. X

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  119. The blue would be great and I think a puppet theater would be great ....thats if I could :-)

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  120. Oooh, where do I start?
    I love all the colourways but my fave would be blue. I think these fabrics lend themselves to being made into a fabulous dragon, carrying the theme through in a fun way for my new nephew.
    I'd then look at making cute applique T's with the leftovers.
    Thanks for this opportunity :)

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  121. I'd love any colour they all look great

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  122. My little boy's favourite colour is pink! So I'd fee silly choosing anything else. He is also mad keen on castles, thanks to one of his favourite story books. So I think I would make a fabric book using the giveaway fabric and make felt shapes of castles, kings, horses, princesses, etc so we could make up lots of our own stories within the theme.
    alicemcary@hotmail.com

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  123. I like the blue one best! And I would create cubes and blocks with it to build a castle.

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  124. The brown and green one please, and they could very well end up in my Doll Quilt for DQS9 which has an 'enchanted forest' theme (my quilt not the swap)!

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  125. How cute are those fabrics!!!! My favourite is blue which is my son's favourite colour. I would probably make my son something, most likely a quilt. Great giveaway.

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  126. The green one would suit the best for what I am thinking of. I would like to make a puppet theatre. The curtains and backdrops would set the scene and the characters are ready to go. They could be either be made into hand puppets or sewn together, stuffed and put on sticks. What fun! Do you know how many stories we could make up for these characters?

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  127. how cute are these castle peeps!
    I love the green colour way but I'm sure my little boy would love the blue. I would, as so many others, make a quilt or pillows with it. Sorry not a very creative answer I'm affraid!
    Thanks for the give away.

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  128. oh, definitely blue! my boys would adore a castle peeps quilt!

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  129. The blue fabric is great!! and the 27th is my birthday so would make an amazing addition to my birthday presents!!!!

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  130. The reds and pinks for a quilt for my poor neglected second daughter... who has a grand 0 quilts so far up against the count of 4 plus 2 mini's for her big sister...

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  131. Oooo they all look wonderful! I love green! The 27th is my daughter's birthday... could be a nice present for me to celebrate her birth, right?!

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  132. oh look at all that loveliness! I love them all but blue steals my heart. I'd love to make a set of zippered pouches...oh, or maybe some nesting cubes ala Anna Maria Horner's new book.

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  133. i like the green and brown ones, as having two girls and two boys, i am all blued and pinked out of it!! thanks

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  134. I was just wondering when the next issue would come out, thanks for the heads-up! Now I can time my drool. I looove this line, the green colorway would be my pick.

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  135. I like the blue one. I'm looking for fabric to make a bricks and mortar quilt.

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  136. Wow, they are all lovely.
    If I were winner I'd go for the boy colours, green and brown first choice, or blue second choice.
    It would be nice to make a quilt for my wee boy, who loves quilts and gets disappointed that most of the ones Mum makes are for the shop or presents for other people. It's pretty cold here now too in the Southern Hemisphere winter. Castle Peeps would cheers us up heaps.!!

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  137. Love the fabric. I have a new niece on the way, due in July, and the pink would make a great play quilt. But, at the same time, I do like the other colors as well, and they would also make great play quilts.

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  138. In keeping with your theme, pick me,me,me,me,me! I'd choose the pink colorway and if I won I'd use it to make a small quilt for a sweet little girl I know who is waiting for a heart transplant. Thanks for doing this!

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  139. I would like to win the brown 'pile' (but I'd love the blue and the pink just as much ;-)).
    I am entering a local craft fair in November for the first time and the decorative theme is 'route 66' (I live in France, so it's quite an 'odd' theme, we've borrowed a Harley Davidson and a Chevy!!) so I am hoping to make a quilt using American fabrics..and then raffle it for charity..thus kind of sticking to the theme!!

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  140. Wow, Castle Peeps are so, so cute! I love all the colors but I would most likely be making something for my little princess with it so I would have to say the pink. It would make an adorable quilt for her princess room and I think some matching mini quilts for her princess dolls in their little doll beds would be just adorable. Oh how fun!

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  141. Love, love, love. I'd use the green color way to make a zigzag quilt using grays with the greens and blacks. It would be the perfect quilt to use in my new living room. What fun the fabrics are.

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  142. The green family....I would love to make purses/totes out of it...or a wall hanging. Too many options!

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  143. Brown/green for me! I think I see a Castle horse there, on which I would gallop away (well, maybe trot away now, but when I was younger, it would be bareback and 'gallop away'!

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  144. The brown green family- I want to make something for my nephew who turned one a few months ago. Not sure what though- cute overalls? button up shirt? bucket hat? so many possibilities!

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  145. I like the green family (and the blue and the pink) and would love to make a strippy or blocky modern quilt with them. Just so cute!

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  146. I like them all, but I think for the baby quilt I would make with them, the pink/red would be most fun. Unexpected for a little girl, but that's what I hope would have that little girl loving it even more than any other quilt. (Just 'cause we're girls and can wear pink doesn't mean we also like ruffles and fluff!)

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  147. I would love the red/pink family. I would make a quilt for my little niece who I haven't seen since she was born. I asked her what her favorite color is and guess what she said....'pink'....total girl.

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  148. Any color would do. I need to get on the ball and make a quilt for Camp Happy Days (kids with cancer) as it needs to be done by September!!

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  149. I would love to win the green or blue. It's really hard to find fabrics for boys and these are great. I would make a quilt for my boys.

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  150. Ohh love the pink, I have friends with baby girl twins so I'm thinking a play quilt for the floor

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  151. I love all of them, but the Green colorway speaks to me! It is saying " I need to be made into a tote bag!" No, really, it is :-)

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  152. I would take the blues and make a quilt for a little boy. If I were to win the greens, I would make a nursing cover, and the pinkish and purple I would turn into a tote or diaper bag.

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  153. They are all FUN! Can't you just see Knights and Castles hiding on a quilt of flowers! It is hard to decide which color,I would pick the Pink/Red one!

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  154. I'd love the pink colorway. My husband and I do medieval reenactment...the list is endless...but I'd start with a new bag.

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  155. I had to think long and hard as all the colourways are so lovely... but I think I'd pick the blue and make a mod babyquilt with white added.

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  156. oh the greens for me please! I need them for a baby quilt...these are so very cool!

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  157. Pink for our house. I might finally start getting into those cute hexies!

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  158. I would love the green/brown colourway! I have a son and a daughter, so I would use the pieces to make some patchwork capes for all of their knightly adventures!

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  159. Ooohh! I love all of them but if I have to pick just one it will be pink. I have a princess in my life that would love a castle quilt! Thanks for the chance to win. :)

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  160. I love all the color lines, but I could really use the blue since I have a number of boy quilts to make!

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  161. I'd love to win the pink one. I have two girls under two. I've been trying to find the right fabrics for matching toddler bed quilts. These would be perfect for their princess themed room!

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  162. I'd like the blue one. I would make a lap size quilt for an auction at my son's school. They are the Knights!

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  163. I think the green and browns are awesome (although I LOVE all of them) and I'd make them into a cute modern quilt with some white to really make the colors POP. My sister in law is having a baby in January and we don't know the gender yet so that colorway would be perfect. PLUS I'm sure there would be some left over which I would make up into a quilt to donate to a children's shelter or Project Linus.
    Anna

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  164. i think i would love love love the green.....this is such a great giveaway. thank you

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  165. Oh I love them all, but if I won the pink, I would have to make a dress or something foofy for my 5 year old daughter. If I won the blue, something for my 7 year old knight in shining armor. And the brown, well, I am certain I would think of something fun and castle-ish! Charity quilts are my new favorite things to make and there are so many worthwhile charities right in my own little city. Such darling fabric!

    MGM

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  166. Oh sweet green!! But the pink is pretty. And so is the blue. :-) Thanks for another awesome giveaway!

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  167. I love the green and brown!! :)

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  168. I would love the green to make my kids some Castle Peeps fun! They love to make forts and play dress up. I think I could make a knight's vest, a prince's cape and maybe some fun bean bags to hurl at each other! Of course, a nice little quilt to put in the fort would be an obvious choice too. Thanks for the chance!! I heart Lizzy!

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  169. One can never have enough pink in the stash! I am a quilter and so that would be the product. Thanks so much for all the great giveaways!

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  170. Any color would be great. But if I had to choose...probably blue. I'd make something for my boys...Maybe jammies?
    sntbosch@msn.com

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  171. Green, I think. Wouldn't these make great cushions for a fort?

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  172. The blue is adorable ... It would make a very cute whimsical castle themed quilt for my friends baby boy that is due.

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  173. I love love the blue. I think some sort of quilt would have to be made out of them, but I'm not sure what pattern. Hanging the fabric in quilting or embroidery hoops on the wall would also be pretty sweet.

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  174. Oh man this is amazing! I love this fabric. I would love the brown or the pink. Mostly the brown though. :)

    Thanks for the opportunity.

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  175. would like the blue to make a quilt for a recent friend that lost one of her twins before birth. I think it would be a good way to pay tribute to her little one that can be here with his sister. thanks for hosting.

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  176. Love the pink! I have a 2 1/2 year old who would love a blanket and some pillow shams out of this! Great giveaway!

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  177. The brown one would make some really fun throw pillows.

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  178. I'd use it all. The pink would be loved best by my daughters though. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  179. I love the greens, but the pinks and the blues are also swell!

    What a great giveaway!

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  180. Personally, I love the green and brown. But every time I see them at my LQS, I am drawn to the blue. I think they'd make such a wonderful quilt for a little boy. And you know who just HAPPENS to have a four year old little boy? ME, that's who! So you can just send those blue peeps over my way!

    Oh - and I'd probably make a matching pillow - cathedral windows with little castle peeps looking out the "windows" - not that I've been thinking about this much or anything. LOL.

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  181. In the last couple of weeks I've found out that there will be two new babies in my family this winter so I really need to start making baby quilts; Castle Peeps would be perfect! I like the green/brown the best, but all are wonderful.

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  182. hi! i so want to make a baby castle quilt with the green and brown colorway! or the blue one! or the pink one! i'm not picky, really.

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  183. Ive been looking for fabrics manly enough to make a quilt for the boys' room... they love playing Castle Crashers so any of them would be perfect!!

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  184. The blue pack would make a great wall hanging for 3 year old's room!

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  185. Oh wow, I loved that fabric! The blue would be the sensible choice, but that's not fun! I really love the green/brown colorway. Too Cute!!

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  186. If I was picking for myself, I'd want the green/brown colorway - saw an amazing quilt made with it just yesterday...but, my sweet daughters have declared that mommy has too much fabric for herself & that from now only they get to pick all the fabric..so, for them, my choice would be the pink colorway so THEY can have a rockin' new quilt!

    Karen G.

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  187. ooo the blue or the brown for sure. I would make a quilt for my 4 year old who LOVES this fabric and wants to be a princess when she grows up.

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  188. Oooh the green & brown! I love it!

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  189. I think If given a choice I'd take the green and brown one, but really like them all. I think I would make a cute bag for all my little girls toys to go in

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  190. What WONDERFUL fabric! I favor the blues and browns, as I have two Princes in my castle that want a new quilt. Of course, the pinks would spark a new creation for me, the Princess mother!

    Kate M., kminer@ak.net

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  191. I love the blues! I think I would make cute pillows or a sweet naptime/reading time throw for my children - the fairy tale theme could get our imaginations firing!

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  192. ACK!! I have to choose between those! They are fabulous in every stinkin' colorway. I suppose if I HAVE to choose one, I'd go with the purple-y-pink/yellow/orange combo. These would be perfect in a quilt but equally awesome as a handbag. I guess you'll just have to wait and see what I do with them when I win! :)

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  193. All three look lovely, had the pink one been a little more 'pinky' i would have chosen it but since it is not, the 1st place goes to blue - I'd love to make a baby quilt using them!

    Thanks for this lovely giveaway!

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  194. Wow! To win just one in any color would be perfect... but since I was asked to pick one it would have to be the brown-green colors way.

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  195. I love this fabric. The red/pink would be perfect for my daughter.

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  196. I love the green colorway. The blue is a very close second. I'd love to make a cuddly castle quilt or some squishy kid sized cubes with this. So cute.

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  197. Hard choice! I think the green is my favorite:)
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  198. I think I like the blue the best....have been drawn to blues and greens recently. I would try to make a small quilt with larger squares or maybe an I Spy quilt....to showcase the cute motifs on the fabric. Thank you Lizzy House for your generosity!

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  199. Oh, yeah! I'm in love with those little characters. I'd take the pink/orange and make a wee quilt for my little princess of a niece!

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