Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!!

It's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day . . . let's have some fun :)

First, we need to announce the winner from last weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway!!   The winner of the Tula Pink Throwback Fat Quarter Bundle from  Fat Quarter Shop  is . . .   Number #301 . . . Congrats cjmont!!!   I have emailed you :)    


    
And on to today's



Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Kimberly's Fabric Stash.    You will find so many amazing fabrics over at Kimberly's and everyday low prices on pre-cuts!!!  Along with hosting the giveaway, Kimberly is offering Free Shipping today on your order.  Just use the code FREESHIP!!  



Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is for some Summer goodness!!!  Kimberly's Fabric Stash is offering one lucky reader 2 SummerFest Charm Packs by April Rosenthal for Moda Fabrics along with 1 yard of  Moda Grunge!!!  Oh, I just love Grunge and I love SummerFest just as much ;) 

  



You have two entry chances, the second being optional, and please leave a separate comment for each.  All Entries are welcome, including International Entries.  Please just be sure to leave an email address if you are a no-reply blogger ;)  

ENTRY 1 - Simply leave a comment that tells me the approximate size of your stash  (ie, a few shelves, fills a room, ect  :)

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Kimberly's Fabric Stash  Love!!!!   You can Sign Up for their Newsletter (which will get your more coupon codes :)  You can follow them on   FacebookTwitterPinterest, or You Tube.  Or you can visit The Shop and then share a favorite item ;)   Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Kimberly Fabric Stash Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, June 21st when I will announce a winner at the beginning of next weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Post :)

Good Luck and Have a Happy Quilting Day!!!
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347 comments:

  1. My stash is growing smaller as I am now retired. It takes up half of my sewing room closet!

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  2. 3 rubbermaid bins plus some.

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  3. I have 6 plastic bins for my stash and a 3 drawer dresser full of fabric and notions. I really am trying to keep it under control!

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  4. following Kimberly's Fabric Stash on FB

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  5. I have 8 totes, a dresser and a FQ tote full of fabric. I am trying to use my stash, but keep finding things I like at the store. Funny how that works! :)
    Sandy A

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  6. I have fabric for 5 complete quilts that I have stashed away and a few odds and ends. I hope to start working through it. But then I get distracted with something new and collect more fabric.

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  7. As a beginning quilter I haven't got much of a stash, (YET), as I am told that will change :-)

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  8. I have three shelves in my den with fabric.

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  9. My stash takes up a large part of a bedroom with shelves, a couple of bins, and a couple of big boxes of scraps that I cut up into a scrap system after I have used the larger pieces.

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  10. I have a 6 drawer dresser, 8 LG plastic totes and more in my sewing cabin.

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  11. Kimberly's Fabric Shop has many different choices of Grunge and I love Grunge. It is my favorite "solid."

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  12. I have a 6 drawer dresser, 8 LG plastic totes and more in my sewing cabin.

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  13. i have 5 bookshelves of fabric and my mind races with all of the ideas i have for it

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  14. I have filled my small former bedroom/sewing room, and there is some spillover into the next bedroom. I have been quilting for 25 years.
    cork at pa.rr.com

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  15. I have a bedroom closet filled with fabric.

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  16. I have 6 big tote boxes, plus some more that is everywhere! It will outlast me!

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  17. I get Kimberly's newsletter. I hope to get there if her open house coincides with my visits to PGH to visit my mom.

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  18. My stash fills a stand alone wardrobe chest and then some. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  19. I have one medium bin of stash - not too bad!

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  20. The Christmas Story free pattern is a knock out! sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  21. I love kits - so love the Hideaway Throw!

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  22. My stash fills half the guest room closet. And the other half is filled with supplies like batting, thread, sewing tools. It's like an addiction! Never enough

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  23. An entire dresser and some under bed storage boxes!

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  24. I love their Henry Glass Frightful and Delightful glow in the dark fabrics for Halloween. They also offer a discount on your first order!

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  25. I'd say my stash fills 2-3 good-sized drawers in a dresser :)

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  26. Thanks, I follow the shop on Pinterest!

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  27. My stash fills one bedroom and is now spilling out into my family room. I justify it by the fact that my husband has a three car garage for his tools and hobbies. (But I think mine is probably bigger).

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  29. My stash is relatively small, it only fills a few shelves. I am working to bridge the gap between what I have and what I want.

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  30. I visited the shop and after looking around a bit I think my favorite thing is the flat rate for precuts. All charm packs, 1 price, all jellyrolls, 1 price, all layer cakes, 1 price.

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  31. My stash is actually tiny - it fits into a plastic bag that duvets are sold in, And I am really pressing myself to buy only what I need for the next project (plus maybe a couple of really good bargains)))

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  32. My stash fills 2.5 PAX cabinets from Ikea! My dream is to work through every square inch of those fabrics because I love them all!

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  33. My stash is a few shelves and some drawers. Trying to knock it down so there will not be anymore stash :)

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  34. My stash is stored in a small team in closet. Not too big. Scraps....that is another story! Thanks

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  35. My stash is stored in a small team in closet. Not too big. Scraps....that is another story! Thanks

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  36. my stash is pretty small, but growing. Fits in cubbies under my sewing table plus a basket plus a small drawer unit plus a few piles here and there.... Not well controlled - too many projects!

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  37. I get your newsletter & follow on Bloglovin

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  38. Just started quilting so very small...fits in one cubbie

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  39. I'm still at the shelf stage but the stash is ever growing!

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  40. I love the blue barn precuts in the shop!

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  41. I have a couple of plastic tubs for apparel fabrics, and about half of a huge entertainment center with shelves and drawers, for my quilting stash. Mostly precuts.
    reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  42. My quilting stash takes up one and half bookcases. I also have a stash of knits and fabric for clothing that is in 4 large rubber maid totes.

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  43. I followed Kimberly on Facebook and signed up for her newsletter.

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  44. I signed up for Kimberly's emails!
    reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  45. My stash fills an Ikea 2x4 cube shelving unit.

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  46. My stash fills an Ikea 2x4 cube shelving unit.

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  47. My stash pretty much fills my sewing room. Yikes, did I really say that out loud!

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  48. My stash consists of four 18 gallon totes filled to the brim.

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  49. I don't have a big fabric stash...yet.... I think mine would all fit in a large Rubbermaid container. renae1225@gmail.com

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  50. HAPPY TO FOLLOW Kimberly's Fabric Stash ON FB!
    (facebook.com/linda.Douglas.35 )
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  51. HI, I'm a beginner not too much STASH YET !
    Thanks for sharing!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  52. About 9 dresser drawers. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  53. Frightful & Delightful Halloween collection is my favorite. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  54. i follow o\their blog, facebook and newsletter

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  55. A few totes and a small bookcase!

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  56. I have about 20 rubbermaid totes size 24"x16"x8". This is my quilting fabric. I also have specialty fabric (for sewing clothes, for dyeing fabric).

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  57. I follow Kimberly on FB and get the newsletter.

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  58. unfortunately due to some unexpected life changing events, my stash and I are starting anew so I guess you can say we are now growing together :) thank goodness for quilting

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  59. My stash fills about 5 4' wire shelves in my utility room. That does not include the huge stash of vintage sheets either. :)

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  60. I have 3 bookshelves with fabric, plus a bit more. raydeer@memlane.com

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  61. I am following on Facebook. raydeer@memlane.com

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  62. If my stash were all in one place it would fill a closet -- the reach-in kind, not a walk-in closet. :)
    ArletteTr@aol.com

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  63. Following Kimberly's Fabric Stash on Facebook!
    ArletteTr@aol.com

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  64. Fills a room, and overflows. And yet I still buy more . . .

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  65. I follow Kimberly's Fabric Stash on facebook

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  66. I have a bookshelf full of a variety of fabrics which is always expanding!!

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  67. My stash fills a 6 foot closet.

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  68. I have a few shelves worth of fabric, mostly already designated for specific quilts, but my scrap stash is growing at a steady rate so I'm happy.

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  69. My stash consists of approximately 20 shelves. Eek!

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  70. I follow Kimberly everywhere already! LOL

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  71. I follow Kimberly's newsletter.

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  72. My stash takes up several shelves in my laundry room. I love it as I am 1.5 hrs from a quilt shop so I have my quilt shop at home!!

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  73. I have a sewing room that I can't fit into. I'm in the process of going thru it right now. I've had to actually sew at the dining room table. I have a very clean house, and don't like clutter. Not sure what happened to me. A fabric hoarder?! So basically I have a closet full of fabric, 8 + rubber maids full, 2 dressers and projects half done all over. Plus 4 machines and all other kinds of crafts. I'm embarrassed. Give me a day or so, I'll get it whipped into shape.

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  74. I get Kimberlys newsletter.

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  75. I have a storage area approx 8 X 12 with shelving for fabrics and notions. There is an area for batting and a rod to hold quilts in various states of completion.

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  76. I love the grunge in Kimberly's shop. Can't find it just anywhere!

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  77. Let's just say "it's huge!" and leave it at that! LOL!

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  78. I love the Christmas Gatherings by Primitive Gatherings at Kimberly's shop!

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  79. Oh boy - my stash probably fills one small bedroom! Lots on my to-do list, but not too many UFOs started. basaran.family@rogers.com

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  80. Liking the Autumn Elegance Metallics - nice to see some metallic in fall colours instead of just Christmas. Thanks for the chance!
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  81. My stash size is moderate, confined to just 5 shelves!

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  82. My stash probably would fit in a couple of 4 drawer dressers...that is if I would take a day to sort it all out!
    My sewing room is a mess right now with multiple projects going everywhere!

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  83. Love the Gardenvale charm pack from Kimberly's Fabric Stash store.

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  84. Ah my ever growing stash... My stash now comprises of one closet full of fabrics. Mostly designers. And then I also have a smaller closet full with non-designer fabrics (which are equally fab!). Thank you for the chance to win.
    cottonpaperflowers at gmail dot com

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  85. My stash is limited due to space and my novice quilter status. I am more than happy to grow stash!

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  86. Ive been browsing the Kimberly's Fabric Stash store and I loved her 'new fabrics' section. The Ville Fleurie by French General really appeals to me because of its great selection of purples.
    cottonpaperflowers at gmail dot com

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  87. My stash fits in 8 drawers. And 3 shelves. And 3 shoeboxes (the cut up scraps). I'm trying to sew from my stash before buying any new fabric - only somewhat successful with that.

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  88. About two IKEA bookcases full.

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  89. My stash is fairly small as I need to buy everything online and usually from abroad.

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  90. I signed up for Kimberly's newsletter

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  91. I joined Kimberly's Club and found LOTS to love at her shop, including the Simple Whatnots and Spooky Delights fabric. Glad to know about this shop. mammich at Comcast dot net

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  92. I limit myself to one shelf, but recently was gifted some fabric and it's taking up part of another shelf... rules are made to be broken! Lol

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  93. Visited the shop. Lovely collection of basics and blenders they have.

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  94. I would have a complete room full of boxes if they were all gathered in one place but they are scattered in two empty bedrooms and in a huge closet downstairs in my laundry room - actually too much to even admit to! Loads of great quilts waiting to be made!

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  95. My stash has gotten too large. I have a dresser filled with fabric. I have patterns under the bed and in the closet is more fabric. Plus, I have some laying around because I'm not the tidiest person on earth. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  96. I visited the shop and I like Naptime 30's fabric. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  97. I have a whole wall of those cube storage bins filled with fabric - let me tell you they hold alot

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  98. I want Frightful and Delightful from Kimberly's shop - I just love Halloween - don't you?

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  99. My "stash" is too small!! As a newbie quilter, I am trying to buy more fabric than I sew....but I still only have a few baskets full....please choose me, so I have a little more x

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  100. I've been sewing, quilting, and bag making for less than a year, so my stash isn't that impressive. I'd guess its probably 3'x 2' when stacked together.

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  101. I'm following Kimberly on facebook.

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  102. Well there's the official, on view stash which is 3 small bookshelves, and then there's the hidden stash (hope my husband isn't reading!)

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  103. My stash is not huge but big enough for me!

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  104. I follow Kimberly on facebook.

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  105. I have an old china cabinet with shelves. I probably have 4 tubs of scraps, though.

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  106. Just a few tubs and a few projects laying out that are waiting to be worked on :) bdtmamla at gmail dot com

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  107. I'm a LONG time follower of Kimberly!!!!

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  108. My Stash has grown from a few rubbermaid tubs in 2007 to an entire dining room Takeover into a Sewing Room in 2013! Now, I've taken over an upstairs bedroom & closet with thoughts of more shelves. I like to shop my stash when I cod ka questions hilt to make.

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  109. My Stash has grown from a few rubbermaid tubs in 2007 to an entire dining room Takeover into a Sewing Room in 2013! Now, I've taken over an upstairs bedroom & closet with thoughts of more shelves. I like to shop my stash when I cod ka questions hilt to make.

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  110. I'm a LONG time follower of Kimberly!!!!

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  111. I have 3 plastic containers filled with fabric so probably pretty small compared with others!
    iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  112. I am following Kimberly on twitter x
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  113. My stash is pretty small, I am a very new quilter, newly retired and on a fixed income. I have 8 7 x 10" containers, which stack great, filled with scraps, which I inherited from my sister-in-law, and 3 shelves, 3' wide x 12" deep.

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  114. Mine takes up 1/2 of one closet and 4 bins....

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  115. My stash fills a closet & several bins. I need to weed through it, again. My niece always wants to know if she can come shop in my closet.

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  116. I liked Kimberley's Facebook page.

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  117. I follow Kimberly's Fabric Stash on FB.

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  118. I have a 6 drawer dresser that I keep all my fabric in. Keeps them guessing what's in there. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  119. I receive Kimberly's newsletter. grinnie1961 @ gmail. com

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  120. The closet in full and I mean full the bins in the basement are full and fabric is everywhere. Doesn't mean I wouldn't love to win!!!

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  121. I really like the Simple What Not's Club & would like to make each of the quilts that are shown.

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  122. As a beginner I have a small bin for my stash

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  123. My stash is big. I have at 10 large bins of it.... maybe more as they are spread out..

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  124. EEK... the size of my stash. Do I have to be honest? I have one hall closet full of fabrics, neatly folded and stacked by colour. Plus, in my basement area, I have bins of fabrics by type: kids, batiks, Canadiana, postcard making fabrics, and lots of shoebox size containers filled with scraps or fat quarters of each colour. Oh, a container of strips, charms and cake plates and there is Christmas and Valentine's containers. And not even mentioning all the backing fabrics stacked up. Don't want to admit to anymore than this!

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  125. Great question...my stash is a closet full.

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  126. I do follow Kimberly by email.

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  127. I have 3 totes full of fabric... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  128. I follow kimberly on facebook and e-mail... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  130. A closet full (if it were all in the closet!)

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  131. well, I have scraps. on four shelves. but I wish I had fat quarters,layer cakes stashes :)

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  132. I just finished cleaning my sewing room and my new fabric stash fills up a cupboard about 3' long with 3 shelves. My old fabric stash fills about that much too and I am debating what to do with it. Use it or lose it? kthurn at bektel dot com https://tunaquilts.wordpress.com/

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  133. I have two 9 cube shelves FULL and one wall shelf full of layer cakes, jelly rolls, charm packs and so on.

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  134. I'm a new quilter so I have two small totes and several extra pieces that need to go in the next tote.:)

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  135. My stash is just a couple shelves! But it definitely gets spread around the room!

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  136. My stash fills a 2x4 cubby bookcase from Ikea. Big enough that I need to start using it and stop buying!

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  137. My stash is a small bookcase and 2 drawers in a file cabinet. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  138. Kimberly's has a 40% off sale and I found some Blue Metallic Swirl Fabric Starry Night 20104M. kthurn at bektel dot com https://tunaquilts.wordpress.com/

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  139. My stash is a small bookcase and 2 drawers in a file cabinet. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  140. I organized my stash last year to fit on two Billy bookcases. I donated some of the fabrics I knew I wouldn't be using to an Eagle Scout for his project. I love being able to see everything before I start a new project.

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  141. My stash fills 3 shelves in a medium sized bookshelf unit, which includes mostly FQs, a few yardage pieces, and some precuts.

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  142. I am already subscribed to Kimberly's newsletter!!

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  143. Lovin the Scooby Doo collection of fabrics in Kimberly's Fabric Stash.
    Thank you!

    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  144. Two shelves, 2 small 4 drawer dressers, storage bag under the bed and my scraps are housed in my 3 shelf sewing cabinet. Of course more is needed:)

    Thank you,
    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)Com

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  145. My sewing stash fills 4 chests and a large walk-in closet, I am proud to say!

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  146. I am a faithful fat quarter follower via email.
    nettiecrain@live.com

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  147. My stash fills the 2 double closets in my sewing room. I can always squeeze in more! Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  148. I am already subscribed to Kimberly's newsletter. Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  149. I love Kimberlys Fabric STash. I get their newsletter.
    I love their inventory and they are only 5 hours away in Pennsylvania. That is like a daytrip..... right?
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    I love everything she carries and all of information on their webpage.
    I have spent hours browsing. Their prices are good

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  150. Dear Melissa,
    The size of my stash.... is. Well, do we need to include the 12 boxes of fabric that is stuffed away in closets?
    If not, then I have about 6 shelves of pretty fabric, and two baskets of scraps. If it is pretty, I want it.

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  151. my stash is overflowing 2 dressers, that's not too bad is it?

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  152. I signed up for the newsletter. kimberleys fabric stash

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  153. My stash is three dresser drawers for unplanned stash. I also have about seven project bins that I use for fabrics intended for upcoming quilts.

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  154. Just 5 small boxes from Ikea... I hope it keeps growing with this giveaway

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  155. My stash keeps growing as I buy more and have less time to sew... I'd say 6 of those flip top bins from CostCo, 2 ArtBin Super Satchels and about 10 small shoe box sized boxes :/

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  156. I signed up for the newsletter!

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  157. My fabric stash is in two dressers and I have also have fabrics in colour co-ordinated baskets. I'd love to win this great giveaway.

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  158. I have an Amore cupboard that is pretty full atm. I never buy more than what can fit in it however as I don't want sewing supplies all over the house

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  159. I love her range of garden Vale fabruc

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  160. I signed up for the newsletter.

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  161. I can tell you the exact size, having just packed it all up to give my sewing room over to my son. (The change in his attitude makes it ALMOST worth it.) I have four 28 qt Sterilite tubs filled with my FQs, yardage, 5" squares, and strips (some fuller than others). Plus, I have six 10(ish) qt tubs filled with projects that I have gathered supplies for but haven't started. Plus I have six Iris 10x10 cases for projects I'm working on, including scraps from the project until it's finished.

    I didn't realized how much I had until I packed it all away and had to find places for it all. (The closet under the stairs, the corner of my bedroom, and the dresser that is now my sewing space in the living room.)

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  162. My stash is entirely too large (many shelves). I need to make more quilts!!

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  163. I liked Kimberly's Fabric Stash on Facebook. :-D

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  164. I have some shelves and quite a few boxes full and some at my sister's house too.

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  165. My stash is 3 or 4 bins; I'm too poor to buy everything for a project at once or even an FQ bundle, so I buy a tidbit here and a tad there and usually work my scraps first for new projects'm =)

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  166. I visited the shop and Bespoke Blooms by Brenda Riddle really caught my eye!

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  167. My stash is growing so much that my husband is threatening to turn me in to that tv show about hoarding.

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  168. my stash fills two big cabinets and several drawers.. but i love all my fabrics. dustydusty78@hotmail.com.. hope i win!

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  169. Okay, my stash of fabric is organized in bins by color and they probably will six bookcases. I know, I really don't need any more, but oh, fabric really makes me happy.

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  170. My fabric stash is only a couple of shelves. It has to live with my yarn and crafting stash so it can't grow too much.

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  171. I followed Kimberly on Facebook! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  172. My stash has taken over an entire clothes closet!

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  173. I have a walk-in closet in my bedroom that I can't 'walk in' anymore because my clothes have to share space with my fabrics. If my stash was all in one place it would probably fill all the shelves.

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  174. I am following Kimberly on Pintrest

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  175. I'm just starting to learn to quilt so my stash is very small. Less than half a dresser drawer.

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  176. The size of my stash? I plead the 5th! I don't want to incriminate myself.

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  177. I checked out Kimberly's shop and one thing I saw that I love is the The Cookie Exchange Fat Eighth Bundle.

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  178. My stash is a couple of shelves.

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  179. Oh my ... I have tubs on 3 sets of shelves plus several bookcases full. I'm trying not to shop, lots of charity quilts planned!

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  180. It's embarrassing how large my stash is -- let's just say it took a 16 ft truck, crammed full, for the contents of my quilt room the last time we moved. Now that includes several decades of scraps (at this point its 4+ decades) and I have the second largest bedroom & also use the guest room. But I quilt a LOT and about 98% of what I make I give away....mdenders@msn.com

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  181. I have a big cabinet with 6 shelves, a bookcase and two 3 drawer chests and a few piles on the floor.

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  182. I am following Kimberly on FB.

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  183. My stash is . . . Large. Sweater box of each of about 10 colors of scraps. Bigger box of yardage of each of color. Much of it has been given to me (or I inherited it). I have so many plans.. And every once in awhile some new fabric is such a treat!

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  184. I'm lucky enough to have a bedroom converted to my sewing room. I just did a large de-stash of fabric with 7 bankers boxes of fabric going to my church distribution center. I have one complete wall of Ikea shelving full of fabric.... I kept the current stuff that I liked.

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  185. I have a bookcase full of fabric stash...but I'm always looking for more

    erin2470@hotmail.com

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  186. Several layer cakes and jelly rolls and some charms. Not really any yardage or many fat quarters.

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  187. My stash fills a double wardrobe, a large cupboard and some of the shed too! X

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  188. What a great shop! I love the moda sew and sew line :)

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  189. Well... my stash is somewhat large *ish*. I have a dresser, a six set of wicker baskets, a cabinet, a shelfing unit, 2 chests, & 3 tubs. That's actually down quite a bit from what it was.

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  190. My quilting stash is just a few spaces in a hanging shoe rack in my closet! Now, my cross stitch stash... let's not talk about that.

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  191. OMG!!! I can't even say what my stash looks like. Need to stay away from these wonderful on-line stores!!

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  192. I signed up for their newsletter. Great prices!!

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  193. I signed up for their newsletter. Great prices!!

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments. I just love hearing from you!!
Have a Happy Quilting Day :)

Melissa