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Monday, January 30, 2012

99 Brick House Fabrics Giveaway

I’m pleased to introduce you to one of our newest sponsors, Brick House Fabrics, an online fabrics store based in mid-coast Maine. They live and work in an old 1840's brick house, hence the name!

(image to the left: The Brick House in Winter)

 

Brick House Fabrics fabrics are first quality, new on the bolt, from the manufacturer. They also go on buying trips several times a year where they pick up some unique out-of-print fabrics as well as vintage fabrics.

 

They carry Braemore Fabric, Covington Fabric, Duralee Fabric, P.Kaufmann Fabric, Ralph Lauren Fabric, Robert Allen Fabric, and others. And look for Kravet Fabrics, Laura Ashley Fabrics, Greeff Fabrics, Schumacher Fabrics and others.



Brick House Fabrics specialty is novelty home decorating fabrics. They are constantly expanding their lines, and adding new items. They also have an interest in lace curtain fabric yardage, both full width and cafe lace, and hope to import more of that directly from the mills.

They also do special order fabrics for people. If there is a fabric you need or want, they will try to accommodate your need!


Ready for the best part?

The kind folks at Brick House Fabrics are generously giving away 3 yards of fabric to one of my lucky readers! One name will be randomly drawn to have their choice of one the following fabrics:


Choice #1: Toile Country French Fabric


A country fabric with the look of French toile. The scenes all seem to have boys in them! A father is getting water at a well, while a little boy peers down it; a woman carries a pot on her head while a boy drives a sheep; an older boy and child are with a donkey, another boy pulls the rope of a swing for a lady, etc. There are also dogs, chickens, the usual languid lady, fishing scene, etc.

This toile is done in black, taupey grey, and grey on a soft buff beige background. The effect from a distance is of black and charcoal on light tan.

This is 56 1/2" wide. The boy pulling the rope for the swing is about 5 1/2" ( 13.97 cm. ), from the top of the hat to the pointed toe. This is a mutli-purpose home decorating fabric that is perfect for cushions, curtains, totes, etc.

 

Choice #2: Pink Toile Fabric

This toile fabric has scenes all with women. They are seen with children, in a boat fishing, washing clothes, going to work with rakes, feeding chickens, leading a donkey, talking to a man, etc. There are other scenes as well: children playing, leading goats, etc. The scale is quite small.

This is pink on cream. It has a delicate, pretty look.

This fabric is 58" wide. The woman with the hat, with the child and the donkey is about 2 1/2" (6.35 cm ) tall; the woman carrying the laundry on her head is about 3" ( 7.62 cm. ) tall. This is a multi-purpose home decorating fabric. It is perfect for curtains, cushions, totes, etc.

 

Choice #3: Georgian Horse toile fabric

Horse toile fabric black

Hold onto your saddles, my equine loving friends!

Overlapping rectangles hold small country scenes: there are saddled and unsaddled horses; in one a man is helping a woman, in habit, to mount. And in another one a woman is riding side-saddle. In some of these scenes there are large country houses; in some, small towns, with what looks like a horse show or sale going on. In between are small vignettes of countryside.

The background is a sponged beige, tan, and camel. The effect is of aged papers, with black for the toile.

This fabric is 57 1/2" wide. The horse with the woman riding is 5" ( 12.70 cm. ) nose to tail. This is a multi-purpose home decorating fabric that is perfect for curtains, cushions, napkins, totes, etc.

Victorian riding fabric


To enter your name in the giveaway, please do each of the following…

1. Leave a comment here on this post

2. Let us know which fabric you prefer (Toile Country, Pink Toile or Georgian Horse)

3. Extra credit question: If you win the giveaway, what project will you most likely use this fabric for?


We’re hoping the winner will send us pictures of their finished project using their winning fabric!

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This giveaway ends on Monday, February 6th.

Good luck!

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99 comments:

  1. Well SIGN ME UP! When my name is drawn :) I'll take the Toile Country! I will make either new pillow slips out of the fabric or maybe a chair skirt or two! LOVELY FABRIC! Thank you!

    Rebecca

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  2. I'd love to use the Pink Toile in my daughter "big girl" room, she's getting ready to graduate out of her crib and nursery :)

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  3. Great giveaway. I would choose #1 Country Toile

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  4. Wow...fantastic giveaway. Of course I always love Toile...and the Country Toile is my favorite. I'd probably sew up a batch of curtains for my bedroom if I was the lucky winner...just don't give me a timeline...oh boy! Thanks a bunch ;}
    Roberta
    rlphilbr13@ao.com

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  5. Count me in! I love the Toile French Country fabric. It's gorgeous! I've been wanting some toile fabric to use in my dining room, and this would be perfect!

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  6. beautiful giveaway!! I would choose # 2 the pink toile.. I would like to recover my vanity bench:)

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  7. I love toiles! I like the Toile Country best, and I think I would use some of the fabric to make a bag.

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  8. What a fantastic offer! I wasn't aware of this company, but I know and love laura Ashley products and I can see Brick House Fabrics are of equally great quality. I would love to make cushion covers out of Toile Country. I'm expecting a new sofa soon and it's going to be dark grey/slate so the fabric would complement it perfectly! Thank you! Monika

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  9. Well of course I would choose the Pink! Redoing my guest bedroom in Martha Stewart's Ballerina Pink so I'm sure I could find something to recover or stuff to put in there. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  10. What an awesome giveaway and beautiful fabric!
    I would choose #1 Country Toile.
    I probably would make some pillow covers, or a valance out of this.
    Thanks for the chance.


    sandraallen260@centurytel.net

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  11. Yay!! I love them all, but I would choose the first sample, Country Toile. And, I have the perfect thing for it: a cushion for a bench in our dining room. :)

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  12. Such fun!!!! Love all of the fabric samples. So hard to choose..lol! I love the Toiles because they match most decors. I've have seen them used even in modern rooms. All of the fabrics would make wonderful pillows, aprons, curtains, tote bags etc. I think I would cover boxes for my studio with it. It would bring a soft vintage feel to a workspace. Maybe even a cushion for my chair. With the scraps It would be nice to cover some tin cans to store my brushes and pencils. Organizing the top of my workspace would be a plus...lol! With the tiny scrap...a coaster for my coffee cup and maybe even a tiny quilt to frame for the wall. It's nice to dream...I'm off to work now.
    Enjoy your week everyone!
    Hugs, Morena

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  13. I would choose #1 Country Toile to "fancy" up the couches we are purchasing next month. They are cheap and not that pretty, but I won't have a heart attack if the kids make messes on them. I wanted to spruce them up with pretty pillows and I would love this fabric for that purpose.

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  14. sign me up. I love Country Toile, well I love everything toile....

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  15. I'd love to sew new cushions and some bedlinen for my bedroom.
    And for that I'd choose the Toile Country.

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  16. Oh I have been wanting some toile and the Country Toile looks just perfect!

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  17. Bathroom would be the choice of where I would use it.

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  18. I am in love with Choice #1: Toile Country French Fabric. I love the brown color in the toile and since I am a first grade teacher, I love the children in the print. I would use the fabric to make pillows or perhaps a curtain!

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  19. I would love to win the Pink Toile. I have a chair that needs a new look and maybe some pillow covers.

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  20. What an absolutely fabulous and generous giveaway!!
    I LOVE the Toile Country and the first thing that popped in my head was a beautiful new shower curtain for my bathroom. If there wasn't enough for that project, I would make some new chair shrugs for my kitchen barstools with possibly a new valance to match. Oh my, so many possibilities with such a lovely fabric.
    Tiff
    tcupps@gmail.com
    www.foldedgingham.blogspot.com

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  21. Thank you for such a great giveaway!

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  22. I love the country toile #1 ...thanks for the chance to win!

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  23. If I win, I have a chair that needs redoing in the living room and 3 yds would do it perfectly.

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  24. Oh my! What a fabulous giveaway! I would choose #1 Toile Country French. I would probably use it to recover the chair cushions in my kitchen. They need to be redone. My kitchen has those colors in it, so I think it would look good. Thanks for hosting this giveaway too!

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  25. I would choose #1 Country French and if I win, I'd have several projects to decide between.

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  26. I would choose the Country Toile, and Ihave the perfect project, roman shades for a newly renovated spare bedroom.If any lleft a bolster pillow for the bed.I will be keeping my fingers crossed.

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  27. I would choose the country toile, I have been looking for materials to make new cushions in our family room and that would be just perfect. Although the other two are great. Thanks for the opportunity

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  28. I am a faithful follower and thankful for your giveaway! I love the Georgian Horse Toile Fabric, so beautiful. I would make pillows and totes! Of course I would share my pictures, Di@Cottage-Wishes

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  29. oh my...love them ALL! but I think I would get the Country Toile for my project..I have acquired a metal wire cart (push or pull) on two wheels, (like you take to a flea market to carry all your "goods!" and am thinking of making it a hamper in my room which has black and white toile in it. I would either make a liner for the cart out of this beautiful fabric or... make a curtain to go across the skinny french doors on my bath! :-) What a generous offer! count me in! :-)

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  30. I love the toile country fabric! They are all so pretty! I would cover a couple of chairs with it and make a pillow or two! Thanks for the opportunity! karen....

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  31. I would love love love to have the Georgian Horse fabric! OMG!!! It is perfect for a chair that I have been dying to recover. I am a follower and love your blog! Especially love the homes of the month. So very inspiring.

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  32. All of them are fabulous, I think I'm in love with the Georgian Horse the most. This is a fantastic giveaway, thanks for the opportunity to enter. I think I would make seat cushion for my inning area.

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  33. Oh My Goodness!! The Georgian Horse fabric is to die for!!! ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!!!!! I would have to think long and hard before I cut into THAT fabric, so I'm not sure what I would do with it.

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  34. I would pick the Country Toile and I think I'd make a bulletin board so I could look at it all the time!

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  35. Oh this is my favorite fabric. I am always searching for it. I would make a quilt for me. Thank you so much for a great giveaway. I have my fingers crossed.

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  36. I am a Huge lover of Toile for many years I would love the pink. Right now I am working on my studio and bedroom it would be perfect in either room. I am also one of your newest and biggest fans of your Blog and Face Book. I can spend hours reading your pages. Thank you for sharing all that you do and giving inspiration to so many.
    Peace and Blessings
    Cheryl...Snatch JOY~!

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  37. It's all lovely but I would choose the Toile Country (#1). I think I was make some pillows from it and also line around the bottom of my sewing table.

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  38. Just wantd to let you know that I'm your newest follower. Not sure how I found you, but I absolutely love it here! I don't want to leave. But. I. Must. Go. To. Bed. argh... I'll be back ; )

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  39. Toile Country is my absolute favorite!

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  40. My favorite is choice #1. I'd use it to recover a seat on a fabulously old telephone table I just received as a hand-me-down. I'd also think about using it in my craft room on my sewing chair - awesome and beautiful stuff. Thanks!

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  41. #1 is just lovely. And it has sheep, even better!

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  42. I love the Toile Country print. I would probably make some placemats/and or napkins with this.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

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  43. I love the pink toile. Please sign me up.
    I would make pillows or sachets.

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  44. The equine toile is great! I'd love to line a bookshelf with that, it has the look of old newspapers!

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  45. just in love with the pink toile #2!!! perfect for pillows in my bedroom and a fabric board :)

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  46. The Georgian Horse Toile is beautiful!

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  47. I love the Country Toile. I have an old chair that has been waiting to be refinished, it would be perfect!
    Love your site!

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  48. beautiful fabrics! My choice would be the country French, it would be perfect for a new ruffled chair pad for my bathroom chair!

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  49. I love them all! I love TOILE!!! I would probably pick the first one with all the boys in it. I could make my grandson something to keep here at my house. I could see a cute bean bag chair out of that fabric!

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  50. I love fabrics. I like the Tea Fabric Provence French document toile black.

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  51. If I win I would do pillows or valance.

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  52. Ohhh... They're all beautiful, but i love the first one the "Country French"... and if i were lucky enough to win, i would probably use the fabric on some chairs, or pillows, or curtains, who knows!, It's so pretty i'm sure i'd have a hard time deciding!

    Cindy

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  53. Love these fabrics from Brick House! I love the Georgian Horse....need fabric for an office window seat. This would be perfect!

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  54. Fun fabrics! I'd go with the Georgian Horse and make some cushion covers for my aunt.

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  55. Make mine Country Toile! Thanks for the giveaway. I will use it to cover pillows for my family room.

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  56. Hi Jennifer,
    Such a lovely gift for whoever wins...
    I really like the Toile Country and would make curtains and a seat cushion for my guest bathroom and with any left over scraps I would add a small strip of fabric to hand towels.
    Have a sweet day, Elizabeth

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  57. Very nice giveaway. I would choose the Toile Country French and make valances for my moms place.

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  58. Oh definitely Toile Country. Pillows would be in my future.

    Thanks for the chance,
    Judy

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  59. Just when I'm decorating my family room in equine love! The Georgian toile would be perfect. I could make pillows and perhaps a small cushion for an antique rocker. Love your blog!

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  60. I love them all. Im really into pink now so I would choose the pink for sure..
    Just BEAUTIFUL...

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  61. Toile Country would be the one I would choose. I would love to make new chair cushions for the old oak rocking chair that my Mamma bought me almost 20 years ago.

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  62. Hi, I would choose the Georgian Horse Toile Fabric. I have two lovely French side chairs that I have been looking for just the right fabric to recover them. Three yards would just the right about to recover all except the back of the chairs, but I could just use a complementary black and cream pillow ticking to cover the back.

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  63. I love the whole aura of the 1840's brick house and their lovely
    fabrics...
    If I am the lucky winner, I would enjoy the Country Toile Fabric...
    My grandmother came over here from France, when she was 13 years old.
    My dad has the rocker she used!
    I could create a lovely new cushion with this fabric for Grandma's rocker...
    My 93 year old dad sits in that rocker everyday.
    Many thanks, Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  64. Beautiful! Sign me up for the Toile Country. It'll be amazing curtains.

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  65. Such beautiful fabric. I would pick the pink toile and make it into pillows.

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  66. 1. Here I am, over here in the far left corner, waving, do you see me now. Awwww, you just spotted me didn't you. Well here I am already to enter your wonderful giveaway and thank you for introducing us to the Brick House OMGoodness so much fabric to pet and fondle. :)

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  67. Normally I shy away from pink but I have this fabulous grey fabric for a quilt top and I can see backing in it's future of pink toile

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  68. And then again to answer #3 entry, I can see I will have to buy additonal yardage, because now I want curtains, fancy smancy pillows for the bed, pillow cases, vanity skirt, possibly a sweet nightie too!!!

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  69. I would love the Georgian horse and may just have to have it. It would look stunning in my new master bedroom I have planned. How amazing would my wing chair look in that fabric!

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  70. They are all beautiful fabrics but I would just have to have the Georgian horse! It would go right into my guest room and be used to recover the seat on the desk chair, a slipcover for the footstool and probably some throw pillows for the bed! If there is some left over...I'm sure I'll find a good use for it! Love it!

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  71. My choice would be the 1st one Country Toile. I want to recover a lampshade. With any scraps left over I would make heart shaped lavender sachets with pink and red bows for Valentines Day. Thanks for such a generous give away.

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  72. I am loving that Pink Toile and I would make a kitchen curtain and a pillow if there was enough or buy more to do so, for my girls beach cottage it's pink and gray this would look nice~Cheers Kim

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  73. I would so send you photos of my project~Cheers Kim

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  74. I LOVE YOUR BLOG AND ESPECIALLY COTTAGE OF THE MONTH. THE PINK TOILE IS MY FAVORITE. THANKS FOR THE LOVELY GIVEAWAY CHANCE. LOVE ALL THEIR FABRICS.
    MARY
    PINK ROSES AND RIBBONS COTTAGE
    JOESBUSTER@ATT.NET

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  75. Wow! Such pretty fabric! :-) Thank you for the giveaway!

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  76. Toile Country French Fabric would be my choice! It's so pretty!!

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  77. If I were to win, I would probably use the fabric to cover a chair-- a thrift store find and would look fabulous in this fabric, and I'm pretty sure there'd be enough to do it! :-)

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  78. I would choose # 1 Toile Country French Fabric. I love that it has Men and boys doing things. I would make some pillows and chair covers. That should make my hubbie feel "included" along with the decor I have chosen - Nothing TOO girly but there are some angels around.
    I really love the #2 choice (if I were to be choosing for me). :-)
    Thank you,
    Cathy Byrd

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  79. i love love love toile country.....i believe i would cover a footstool with it. thank you for hosting the giveaway....all the fabrics are lovely, but toile country is my fav....

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  80. I would choose #1 Toile Country French fabric! It is beautiful and I would make a baby quilt with matching pillow, probably add some pom-pom fringe on the edges, for my new little granddaughter! Thanks for such an awesome giveaway!

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  81. I love the Toile Country. I would make new pillow covers with it! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  82. Good Morning Jennifer!

    This is an awesome giveaway! I would chose #1 Country Toile because of the boy scenes, the color is perfect for the room I would use it in, and that room needs a window covering! I would make a Roman shade and use any leftover material for pillow/pillow trim, and the back of my open corner shelf.

    Thanks for the opportunity to enter this amazing giveaway! Have a great week!

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  83. Great giveaway! I would choose the the Toile Country French Fabric to recover my dressing chair and old rocking chair. Would be perfect for the decor I am trying to acheive: European Nautical.

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  84. Hi Jennifer,

    Lovely fabrics and a very generous giveaway. I like the Georgian Horse fabric and would love to make new covers/cushions for my living room, since I like to change things a bit for the different seasons we´re having.

    Thank you,
    Sanna

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  85. pink toile!

    even though it is heavier, i would probably still use it for a quilt for a little girl.

    :)

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  86. I love the toile french country, planning to do some pillows

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  87. Jennifer - I would love the Georgian Horse toile fabric. It is georgous. I would make pillows out of it since eveything I touch seems to turn into pillows. Thanks for the chance.

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  88. I would like the Georgian horse fabric. I love it and would make pillows out of it.

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  89. I would love the horse fabric, it would make perfect pillows in my nieces bed room, it would add to my best aunt status

    Tami

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  90. I'm kind of drooling over the Georgian Horse fabric. 3 yards! I'd make some pillows and recover an ottoman with it.

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  91. I'm a pink toile girl, myself (although I didn't run that past Mike, the hubster.)

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  92. Pick me Pick me ! Would love to win the Country Toile, and would use it to cover some pillows that I use on my deck......

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  93. I love the Georgian Horse fabric. So pretty. I would make some down filled pillows to use on my living room couch or my bed. :)

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  94. The pink toile! I have a fabric with yellow flowers that I think would look really nice with it! I would probably makes some bags.

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  95. I would live the Georgian Horse fabric. I just bought a great settee at the thrift shop with cane on the curved arms and I will change the upholstery to the wonderful horses! I would LOVE to send you pics of before and after. Thanks!

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  96. I love them all, but I really like the Country Toile. I would use it to recover my dining room chairs.

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  97. I'd love the Georgian Horse pattern. I'd make cushions.

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  98. What a wonderful give away! I have a new sofa that needs pillows. I'D LIKE TO START WITH THE Country French pattern! Just found you today. What a find!

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  99. What a great web site! I just found you. I was looking for horse fabric online...I may have missed the deadline? I would love the Georgian hourse toile.
    I woul make a lovely handbag out of it and send you a photo! Thank you.

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