Giveaway

I have decided to participate in Sew Mama Sew annual giveaway. I have a fun prize to giveaway:

 - One yard of Robert Kaufman The Cat in the Hat quilting cotton
 - Little Girls, Big Style book by Mary Abreu



Please enter via Rafflecopter below. I will choose a winner on Saturday. Good luck! 


a Rafflecopter giveaway

164 comments

  1. a pajamas for my son, it's such a funny fabric! thanks!

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  2. Something for my first niece that is on her way this coming spring! monique.belmer at gmail.com

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  3. The books looks amazing ! I would love to win. Became a follower aswell

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  4. The fabric looks ideal for a comfy PJ's.

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  5. A dress for my gorgeous Welsh Rose x

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  6. I would love to make some pants for my twin boys.

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  7. I would love to make a jumper for my 3 year-old granddaughter!

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  8. I'd make pajama pants for my (some) of my boys! I love Dr. Suess!!

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  9. I have absolutely no idea, lol! I'm sure I could come up with something though ;) My son hasn't discovered Dr. Suess yet but I'm sure it will happen soon (he's only 2 and my daughter is 1).

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  10. definitely a shirt for my little boy with a thing 1 t-shirt to go on underneath.

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  11. I have grandkids, twins (girl and boy) that are 2 1/2, and a 4 1/2 year old girl. They would love Dr Suess anything.

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  12. Let's see. You give us a chance to win fabric and the book. So, I would like to use the fabric and pick out a pattern to use from the book. Thank you for being a part of Sew Mama Sew giveaway and the chance to win this awesome giveaway.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  13. Probably a bag or two or an apron.

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  14. I will pair it with another 'Cat in the Hat' and make a story-time pillow
    turtle tote bags AT yahoo DOT com

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  15. I will add it to some other Dr. Seuss fabric to make a Baby quilt.

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  16. A skirt for my granddaughter.

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  17. I'm currently pregnant and we find out the gender in a week, so what I make depends on what we are having! It's such a fun print ;)

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  18. I would make a skirt with a matching mini tote bag for my daughter.

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  19. Would make a super cute baby romper! Maybe for my nephew. :)

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  20. Pj pants! Thanks for the chance.

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  21. I would love to make a book bag with this fabric!

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  22. I'd make my son a bag for school!

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  23. I will make a backpack for my son.

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  24. I'd make a quilt. Thanks for the chance!

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  25. I have a new niece and I think this would make a lovely little dress for her to grow into!

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  26. I think I'd make a pair of suspender shorts for my niece!

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  27. I'd make something lovely for my youngest daughter. :)

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  28. A bike basket for the front of my kids bike to hold all their goodies, ie:rocks, twigs and whatever treasures they find.

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  29. I would make a quilted pillow for my girls :)

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  30. I'd make a dress for my daughter!

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  31. I'd make a dress, or line a winter coat, both for my lovely daughter

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  32. I will make a dress for my infant granddaughter!

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  33. My daughter loves Cat in the Hat! Perhaps a pillowcase or some pajamas!

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  34. Hmmmm.....well, I have a little fella that loves Suess, so I'd like use it to make him something special, or maybe pair it with some other Suess fabrics for a quilt! Thanks for the chance!

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  35. Sooo sweet, I saw those prints int he store the other day.. was tempted....

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  36. I'd make pj pants for my preschool aged son. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  37. I'd make a toy storage bag for my nephew who is in love with anything Dr Seuss and anything train-related, LOL.

    twocheekymonkeys at live dot com

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  38. something for our boys.....maybe pillowcases.

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  39. I would make some bags as gifts for kids this Christmas

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  40. I would make some bags/pouches for my young nieces.

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  41. I would use the fabric for a quilt
    sushikrazy@hotmail.com

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  42. I will make a dress for my niece.

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  43. A hoppy cover for my grandaughter

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  44. I would make a tote bag to carry library books

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  45. What fun fabric! Hmm I would either make a mug rug or two or perhaps a fun book bag... Now that I think about it, I would probably try and make both. That fabric just puts a smile on my face. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  46. I am kind of into I Spy quilts at the moment, so I might use them for images to "spy" or else I will make zipper pouches for my grand daughters!
    Thanks for the giveaway
    Cheri
    quiltingnanny(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  47. I keep trying to convince my friend to make a dress for her niece. If I won I would force her to :)

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  48. It will be used to make something for my 2yr old Granddaughter. With that great book, I'm sure I'll be able to find something to make for her. I just love Dr Seuss and an outfit would be great to see her wearing it.

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  49. this would be part of a great placemat for one of my great nieces

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  50. My little fellow is about to start school next year, so I would make him a library bag, pencil case, art smock and chair sleeve.

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  51. that would make an awesome pillowcase, my kids need some fun ones!

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  52. I don't know what I'd use it for but I'm sure that I could think of something. Maybe something for one of my little sisters?

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  53. A dress for my 2 month old daughter. Thanks!

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  54. Maybe something for my nephew. He loves red and Dr. Seuss.

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  55. It would become part of a storybook-themed quilt, along with the "Where the Wild Things Are" fabric in my stash.

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  56. A pillowcase, or maybe a skirt and a matching dress for her dolly.

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  57. I have been collecting various Dr Seuss fabrics to make a quilt. I think I'd add this to them!

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  58. Little girls love twirly skirts and the kiddo for whom I sew is no different. This would be very cute for spinning.

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  59. I'll make a shirt or dress for my Seuss loving toddler!

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  60. This would make adorable pajamas.

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  61. Looks like a great apron to me! For myself. LOL.

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  62. I think I'd make an apron for the kidlets.
    sarah at people_rising@hotmail.com

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  63. I would make a pillow for my son's room

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  64. Pillowcase? Or a library tote? The possibilities.

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  65. PJ's for my children! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  66. I'd make either a blouse for myself or a shirt for my 2 year old (or both - use the remnants from one garment for details on the other!)

    Thanks for the lovely giveaway. :-)

    macska at gmail dot com

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  67. Pillow cases for the pillows in my classroom. We love the cat in the hat!

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  68. A couple dresses for my baby girl! :)

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  69. A skirt for my granddaughter!

    Rafflecopter name is Sandy Hardman.

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  70. A couple of Aprons for my nieces and son!

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  71. If the book is easy to understand, I will make something for my daughter.

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  72. I'd make a big pair of poofy pants for my daughter. :)

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  73. I would make a dress for my daughter.

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  74. I will make some cute shorts for my nephews :)

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  75. Oh my gosh! So... awhile back I made my son some curtains for his room out of The Cat in The Hat fabric: http://blog.tawnybee.com/2013/01/logans-cat-in-hat-curtains.html

    You'll notice that the particular fabric you are giving away isn't in these curtains. ACK! And wouldn't you know... I'm a little disappointed with the length of these curtains. This fabric would make a great "hem" to make these suckers a bit longer. :)

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  76. I would use it in a baby quilt.

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  77. My baby girl is almost walking now, so I am dying to make her skirts & dresses that are below the knee - she will look totally cute in them (can't make them for her now as she is crawling & her lil knees get caught up in the length)

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  78. My gf is pg again...I'd make her something for her new babe!!

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  79. I would love to make a outfit for my granddaughter! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  80. It would make a great bag for library books.
    brooke at richardchurch dot com

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  81. I would make a quilt and pillow for my granddaughter's dolls. Thanks for the fun!

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  82. That would make really cute cushion covers for a special little girl's bed.

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  83. A dress for my daughter out of that book. I love Dr. Seuss fabric and love new patterns for dresses for my girls! Thanks for the giveaway! cherisetoweratgmaildotcom

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  84. I would make my niece a pair of bubble shorts.

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  85. I would make a small, cuddle baby blanket!

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  86. pillow for my little one, such cute fabric

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  87. Ohhhhh, I think I would make little drawstring and/or zipper pouches for my granddaughters with it. SO CUTE!

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  88. I'd make bibs for my grandson and use some for an I spy quilt!

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  89. A pair of very cool shorts for my boy.

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  90. A sweet dress for my 3yo daughter ;))
    dieni.rachmawaty at gmail dot com

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  91. Maybe a pillowcase for a friend's daughter.

    jhunsberger (at) gmail (d0t) c0m

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  92. I'm thinking a dress.
    sntbosch(at)me(dot)com

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  93. I would make a baby quilt for the school auction. sarah@forrussia.org

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  94. Maybe a skirt, but I bet the book has a lot of cute ideas.

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  95. Probably pajamas for my daughter! :)

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  96. I'd use the fabric in either skirts for my daughters, or as lining fabric for bag.

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  97. probably a crayon roll up for one of my nieces and nephews.

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  98. I think some sort of a little tote bag for a child. Thanks for the chance.

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  99. A set of napkins for my children!

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  100. I think this fabric would make great p.j. pants.

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  101. It would probably end up as part of a quilt for my nephew.

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  102. I'd make a shirt for my son and a dress for my daughter!

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  103. Either a skirt or pajama pants.

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  104. Kid's aprons would be so darling !

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  105. Something for my two year old- most likely a dress! Thanks!

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  106. Something for my 5 month old... I'm thinking a onesie! Thank you for the amazing giveaway!

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  107. A pillow case and pocket tissue holder for some lucky kids.

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  108. I would combine it with some coordinating fabrics and sew a quilt for my kids. Thank you!

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  109. The patterns may be for girls, but if I get my paws on the fabric it's totally becoming a pair of pants for my son who is CRAZY for Cat in the Hat right now.

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  110. A purse! Thanks for the chance!

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  111. Cute fabric! Great for use on a quilt - or a pillow. Adorable

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  112. I would make a cute little dress with the pattern for my friend's baby! ksmith

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  113. I think I would make a little tote for my sons girlfriends daughter.

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  114. I think I would make a cute kids skirt or some fun overalls.

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  115. A shirt for my youngest girl. Thank you!

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  116. I will make something for my 1 year old niece

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  117. I'd love to win! :) k-sell@hotmail.co.uk

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  118. I will make an apron for a grandchild to use when baking or play cooking.
    Pauline

    perry94022 at hotmail dot com

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  119. I'd use the fabric to make something amazing from that gorgeous book for beautiful Lucy who just turned 2 ! thanks for a wonderful giveaway !

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  120. a kitchen towel ... and a pen case/pouch thingy ..

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  121. I'm going to make a few doll accessories for my daughter!

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  122. A dress for my DD or a toy bag for the van.

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  123. I'd make something for my granddaughter.

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  124. If I were the lucky winner I would make a pillow cover for my little one to snuggle up with. Dr Seuss is a particular favourite in this house so I'm sure it would be received with the appropriate glee.
    Great giveaway! Thank you!

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  125. a baby gift set of burb cloths bib and maybe the cloth baby shoes

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