09 June 2011

Hullabaloo Jelly Roll Project and Give Away

Hi,
I thought you might like to see what you can do with a Jelly Roll.
We've made 2 small quilts with one Hullabaloo Jelly Roll and some extra fabric.



This first quilt was made using the quilt as you go method.
We used 20 of the Jelly Roll Strips for the quilt.
It is about 32" x 40". 

Here's the directions for this quilt.

Materials needed:
Sixty four 2 ½” x 4 ½” pieces of fabric (I cut from Jelly Roll strips)
1 yard fabric for quilt center
¼ yard fabric for inner border
½ yard fabric for binding
1 ¼ yard fabric for backing

Directions:
From fabric for quilt center, cut one 26 ½” x 26 ½” square.
From fabric for inner border, cut four 1 ½” strips.

Cut two of the strips to 26 ½ inches.
Sew to the top and bottom of the quilt center.

Cut the other two strips to 28 ½”.
Sew to the sides of the quilt center.

Sew 14 of the 2 ½” x 4 ½” rectangles together.
Repeat with 14 more rectangles.
Sew one of these strips to the top of the quilt.
Sew the other strip to the bottom of the quilt.

Sew 18 of the 2 ½” x 4 ½” rectangles together.
Repeat with the remaining 18 rectangles.
Sew one of these strips to each side of the quilt.

From fabric for binding, cut four 2 ½” strips.
Sew the four strips together, to create your binding.
Quilt as desired and bind.

Makes a 37” x 37” quilt.
We are giving away a Hullabaloo Jelly Roll.
Please leave a comment & I will draw a winner Monday, June 13, 5 PM EST.


Congratulations momma.
You are the winner of the Hullabaloo Jelly Roll.
I have contacted you through email.

She commented. "A Hullabaloo in our house was a din or racket, too much noise anyhow. I.e. Who's that making all the hullabaloo? "

Thank you to everyone who left a comment.
And a big thank you to Stash Manicure for hosting the give away.
Happy quilting,

130 comments:

  1. Looks like I am first! This fabric looks so cute. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  2. Hullabaloo is so cute! I like the name too. Sure would love to have that jelly roll to play with!

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  3. Hullabaloo...that's fun to say. I'd love the chance to play with a jelly roll. Thanks for the giveaway.

    Ursula

    uschbear at gmail dot com

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  4. Thanks for the giveaway. I'd love to win.

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  5. I think the first one needs to be made for my granddaughter! She love to wrap up in blankets when she watches TV and plays her games!

    http://sewn-seabees-crafty-and-vintage-musin.blogspot.com/

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  6. Sweet quilts. Thanks for sharing the project & giveaway. Thanks for sponsoring the giveaway at Stash Manicure too!

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  7. Oh My! I'd love this - Thanks for the chance!
    The quilts are beautiful :D

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  8. I would love to win this jelly roll. Urban Chicks are my FAVORITE!

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  9. Thanks for the giveaway, I am never quite sure what to do with a jelly roll... I am now!!

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  10. I've been wanting some Hulabaloo for a while! Just popped over from Stash Manicure - thanks for being a sponsor! And thank you for the chance to win an awesome jelly roll - love your quilt up above this; I'd like to try it!
    Jacque in SC
    quiltnsrep(at)yahoo(Dot)com

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  11. Sweet, a twofer tutorial! Thanks so much for posting!!

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  12. My goodness! I would love a chance to win Hullabaloo!

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  13. Please count me in! I am adding you to my google reader so I can keep up with you.
    Karen
    http://karensquilting.com/blog/

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  14. Thanks for sharing your quilt pattern tutorials!! Love your fabric choices!!

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  15. Great use of a jelly roll - thank you for the tutorial:) Ans for supporting Stash Manicure - now to spin around your site:) Dee/jessibir@hickorytech.net - still having goggle issues:)

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  16. I would love the chance to win, love the colours.
    Thanks for the tutorial and giveaway!!

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  17. Oh these would be PERFECT for my new grand baby that is due in August. Thanks for sharing such a cute little quilt.

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  18. Thanks for the chance! I love jelly rolls! Google doesn't seem to let me comment under my profile anymore, so I am tenquilts [at] gmail.

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  19. I love to see ideas on how to use the jelly rolls. Thanks for sharing your idea. I love this jelly roll too.

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  20. Wow great Quilt ^__^
    And thanks for the TUTO and Giveaway.

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  21. What a great idea to stretch a jelly roll! It is an adorable line - thanks for the giveaway!

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  22. WOW! thanks for the great ideas/examples! I think the fabrics in the jelly roll are WAY cute!

    hugZ,
    annie
    rubyslipperz106.blogspot.com

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  23. Lovely giveaway, and nice quilt! :) Thanks for the chance to win the jelly-roll.

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  24. Love the quilts you made. Thanks for the chance to win the Jelly roll. Hugs

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  25. Thanks for the tutorial. I had often thought about using jelly roll for a quilt as you go project but didn't quite know how it would work.
    I would love that jellyroll!

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  26. I love the colors included in Hullabaloo! I would make a great grandbaby quilt!!! Would absolutely love to win this!! Thanks for the giveaway!
    Linda
    http://homesweetquiltinghome.blogspot.com

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  27. Thank you for two easy and quick baby quilt ideas. I already feel like a winner with the new patterns, so the jelly-roll would be icing on the cake. =D

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  28. Perfect timing!! I was looking for ideas for a baby quilt and there it is!! Thanks!

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  29. Very simple, but oh, so cute!!!

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  30. Really cute quilts! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  31. Very nice I think hullabaloo is a fabric for big and little girls alike :)

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  32. Thanks for the instructions for the quilt and the chance to win!

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  33. Pretty fabric. I've never bought a jelly roll nor sewn with one so I'd love to win one to see what I can do! Thanks for the opportunity.

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  34. Nice instructions and thanks so much for the chance:)

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  35. Lovely fabric. I love jelly rolls, they are so versatile. And what a cute and easy pattern to make when you want a quick quilt.

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  36. Getting a new sewing machine and would love to have this jell roll to make my first quilt. Love all the colors.

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  37. Cute jelly roll...can you believe I've never met one in real life?! This could be my chance!!

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  38. Pretty fabric! Thanks for having the giveaway!

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  39. Beautiful quilts. And THANK YOU for a nice, simple, one entry, quick and easy to do give away. That's a good looking Jelly Roll.

    Thanks for the opportunity,
    Paul
    www.OutnumberedQuilter.com

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  40. THANKS FOR SUCH A SWEET GIVEAWAY!
    HAPPY SUMMER!

    jldouglas@wispwest.net

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  41. Thanks for sharing a great and simple tutorial for not one but two quilts!! And a chance to win, too? Woohoo!!

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  42. I like simple quilt patterns with the current fabric trend. I made several blankets like this recently. Perfect for babies, especially with a cuddly backing.

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  43. Your quilts are great! I am going to give this a go - thank you!

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  44. Thankyou for a couple of great ideas, I am always looking for inspiration on what to do with my precuts! :)

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  45. I'm a big time Urban Chicks fan and would love to win this Jelly Roll! Thanks for the chance. :)
    cjnid AT imaxmail DOT net

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  46. Love this jelly roll! Great summer colors. I can't wait to win it. (June is my lucky month!) Thanks for offering the giveaway. Have a great weekend.

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  47. I LOVE this line ~ just perfect for a sweet little baby quilt!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  48. Thank you so very much for the darling baby quilt pattern. And also for the opportunity to enter your great giveaway!

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  49. Very cute!!! And I am always on the lookout for a new baby quilt idea:) tell my friends to slow down!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  50. A very playful result! Don't you just love the wiggly stripes ;)

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  51. WHat a fun line of fabric - perfect for your cute quilts!

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  52. I am liking it a lot!!! Great job:)

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  53. I love that line of fabric. Thanks for the chance!

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  54. I'd love to win! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  55. Great fabric. I love you ideas for the quilts.Thanks for the giveaway.

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  56. Mama Spark sent me! I love Hullabaloo!!! Thanks for the chance.

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  57. Hullabaloo, woo hoo! I'd love to have me some. Thanks for the tute, too :-)
    Mama Spark sent me to see you.

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  58. Very cute quilts! Thanks for the chance!

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  59. I love that fabric. Both of your quilts are so cute! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  60. I love the jelly roll quilt, thanks for the chance to win!

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  61. I would love to make a quilt with this... Thanks for having the giveaway..

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  62. Love, love, love Hullabaloo by Moda. Moda is my fave fabric line right now. So many great designs to choose from. Just found your blog. Thanks for sharing.

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  63. I just popped over from So we Quilt after looking at some lovely felted wool applique.
    Jelly rolls are so handy for quick quilts and I like the one you have displayed here. Thanks for the chance to win the jellyroll.

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  64. You can't help but smile when you say Hullabaloo!

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  65. I would love some Hullabaloo. Thanks for the chance.

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  66. I love this line. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  67. Thanks for sharing this! What a great idea!

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  68. So cute! Thanks for the chance to win!

    Billie in TX

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  69. Nice to see just how far a jelly roll will get you; those are nice little quilts! Thanks...hullabaloo is a nice line.

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  70. If win, this will be the first jelly roll for me to use in making a cute quilt. Thanks for the tutorial too!

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  71. I am now a follower...and have been a happy customer too! thanks for a chance to win :) laurie

    llsbaskets@comcast.net

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  72. I'm a follower and customer. Such a cute line of fabric, thanks for the chance to win!

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  73. Saw you on Stash Manicure. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  74. I LOVE Hulabaloo!!! Would love to play with a jelly roll! Count me in!!! gougeonathome@charter.net

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  75. Love the fabric - and I love the different ways you used the jelly roll. Gets me to use my fabrics instead of just collecting!
    Susan
    susie.galasso@gmail.com

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  76. thanks for this chance to win the sweet fabric!

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  77. What cute quilts. Thanks for the chance.

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  78. Hullabaloo - sounds like a word I'd use! I think it's a lovely word, and so is this jelly roll. And thanks for the opportunity to participate in your giveaway.

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  79. What a great idea! Thanks for sharing!
    Deb from clutteredquilter.blogspot.com

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  80. Thanks for the chance! Hullabaloo would be great for a quilt.

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  81. Thanks for sharing your ideas! I love both little quilts. Hullabaloo is a very sweet fabric line - I'd love to win! Thanks!

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  82. Thanks for the chance to win. Always like playing with the jelly roll.

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  83. A Hullabaloo in our house was a din or racket, too much noise anyhow. I.e. Who's that making all the hullabaloo?

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  84. I love not only the quilts, but the colors! They are so "retro"! Thanks for a chance to win : )

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  85. Cute quilts!! Thanks for the give away!

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  86. Beautiful quilts! Thanks so much for the patterns, and the chance to win the jelly roll! :)

    pumpkinhollowprimitives (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  87. Cute quilts! Would love to win the jelly roll!

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  88. Lovely post on Stash Manicure. Count me in on the give-away. Love Jelly Rolls...thanks.

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  89. Very simple and very cute! Thanks so much!

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  90. I really like the speed of making quilts with width of fabric strips. Thanks for the chance to win this lovely fabric

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  91. I love the Hullabaloo jelly roll and the quilt you did from it, sweet!

    Annie
    : )

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  92. It's just wonderful, thanks for the chance

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  93. That´s a great way to use a Jelly Roll!
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    Greetings
    Maribel
    MaribelB(at)web(dot)de

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  94. I love the Hullabaloo line (love the name, too!) and I'd love to make a quilt with it.

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  95. Such cute Hullabaloo fabric. That would make some nice quilts for kids (charity here). Thanks for the chance.

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  96. What an adorable Jelly Roll quilt!!! So fun!!

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  97. Love the fabric line, my daughter would want to include them in her quilt! Thanks for the chance!

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  98. I love this fabric! Thanks for the chance to win some!

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  99. This is one of my favorite fabric lines, and the quilts are adorable!

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  100. That's a quick and easy project! I'd love to win and make a small quilt like that, thanks for the chance!

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  101. Count me in.The fabric is sooo cute.

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  102. Love it!!! Jelly rolls are my favorite!!!

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  103. Both quilts are sweet. Love the favorite. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  104. Both quilts are lovely. Love the win the jelly roll. Thanks for the chance

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  105. Lovely quilts. I like the idea of the quilt as you go one. I hadn't thought about do one that way. Thanks for the chance.

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  106. Cute fabric for a cute quilt.

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  107. Darling fabric and darling little quilts.

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  108. I made a bunch of crib size quilts using the strip method. I didn't try to match anything, I just wanted to use up some of my excess fabric. I was amazed at how cute they turned out. I would love to do some more. Thanks for the chance.

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  109. I love the idea of a jelly roll, would be nice to make a quilt with the precut roll, beautiful quilts that you have done with them.

    Debbie

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  110. Very nice! Have you tried the Jelly Roll race? I did, what fun. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  111. I love the bright colors in Hullabaloo. Thanks for the chance. Blogger wants me to be Anonymous. Annmarie (tegens@charter.net)

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  112. The color is sooo sweet...
    I hopes I am the lucky one...
    Thanks for the chance.!! ^^v
    cheers from hueisei(at)gmail(dot)com

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  113. I love fast quilts and jelly rolls make some fun and fast lap size quilts.

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  114. I love the bright colors in Hullabaloo - no wonder they make such cute baby quilts. Thanks for the patterns. Blogger is stil not playing nice for me so I need to be Anonymous. Annmarie (tegens@charter.net)

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  115. Love your quilts! Thanks for providing the instructions.

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  116. How cute your quilts are! I have a new grandbaby on the way and this gives me a great idea for a blankie for him/her! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  117. I need some new fabric for a baby quilt. Hope I win and thank you.

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  118. Love, love, love jelly rolls!

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  119. That is a fun fabric line!
    Helle, hesabella(at)gmail(dot)com

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  120. Cute quilt! Thanks for the tutorial and giveaway!

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  121. Hullabaloo is as cute as it sounds. Thank you for sharing the patterns and the chance to win.

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  122. Thanks for sharing this great fabric! Love the name and fabric. Have a great day!

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  123. Those are very cute and quick quilts. I will have to give them a try. Cute fabric also.

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  124. Love the hullabaloo fabric line - it's on my (waaaaay too long) fabric wish list!
    Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  125. Thanks for a lovely giveaway

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