Monday, 14 March 2016

Sewbox Liberty giveaway

In what is now becoming a bit of an annual tradition, I'm marking the imminent arrival of spring with a suitably spring-like giveaway. I've got together with Susan from Sewbox, who is very generously offering one of my readers 1.5 metres of any of the Liberty fabrics she stocks. Hoorah!

Along with a lovely selection of classic Liberty floral prints, Sewbox also stock a good range of contemporary designs. This large scale fig print - Alma - is the same design my friend Joe made a tie from here, but in a different colourway:


There are some awesome Liberty Lifestyle quilting cotton designs….

Stile Collection - Newbury B:


Stile Collection - Rennie B:


Bloomsbury Collection - Charles A:


Bloomsbury Collection - Dance C:



And my favourite… Bloomsbury Collection - Copeland C:



To enter, just leave a comment on this post telling me which Liberty fabric from Sewbox you'd choose if you're the winner. The full range can be found here.  The giveaway is open worldwide and closes at midnight GMT on Sunday 20th March. The winner will be chosen at random. Please make sure you leave your email address if it's not linked to your Blogger profile so I can contact you if you're the winner.

Good luck! x





296 comments:

  1. Love the Alma print. Amazing. Would make such a nice top 😊

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  2. I have visions of Bloomsbury Dance C in a bhl Holly playsuit or a tea dress so it is going to have to be that one as my fave. Holly x

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  3. I love Liberty Tana Lawn - LTL03633037A - Margaret Annie Summer dress or blouse.

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  4. Can't choose between a Bloomsbury or the lovely mauvey. Too many lovely prints!
    anneehill7 (at) gmail (dotcom)

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  5. I adore Jersey 03116280C would make a fantastic top :)

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  6. What a fun giveaway! Thank you Jane and thank you Sewbox for the chance ...
    If I won I would pick the Liberty tana lawn in Leila ...
    I think I'll make a blouse for my mum ...

    hippolicious at hotmail dot com

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  7. Too many lovely fabrics!! I agree Bloomsbury Dance Collection Dance C is gorgeous!! christinevickery at hotmail.com xx

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  8. I'm going with Alma. It's just 6.25 in the morning here & she woke me right up!

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  9. I love the Bloomsbury cope land c, it's totally amazing and could totally see a gorgeous top
    Or skirt from it

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  10. What a great giveaway! I love Liberty like mice love cheese... or my cat loves biscotti (!!)
    If I were to win I would chose Liberty Tana Lawn in Queue for the Zoo LTL03634160A - Luxuary Pajamas here I come!

    Thank you so much Jane!

    biancaszekelydss at yahoo dot com

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  11. I really like the Liberty Fleece Fabric - Pale Pink design - LF03333251B
    It would make such a warm and cozy sweatshirt!

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  12. So many lovelies, but spring poppy is beyond beautiful. Here's hoping Jorgensen_kathryn@hotmail.com

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  13. Such a difficult choice. I think I have to choose Dance C.

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  14. I'd like to make a Scout with the pastel Betsy. I'd use the trimmings to tart up a a skirt I'm planning in my head. I'd also cover some buttons because I can't help myself.
    Love them all though, thank you.

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  15. I agree with you...the last one is gorgeous!

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  16. I would love Meg's Garden Blue. perefct for making a shirt (once I get my head round buttonholes!). Thank you so much

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  17. Wow! What an amazing giveaway! I would love to win Susanna, those muted tones and huge florals are jst too good!

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  18. So many beautiful choices...

    I'd choose Alma. I love figs. I miss having them fresh, so, it would be my summer souvenir.

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  19. I'd love to win Queue for the zoo. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  20. I could make such a great blouse for my grandma in the meadow print! She'd love it!

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  21. Alma which means the soul in Spanish and that is what this fabric has soul

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  22. I agree my favourite is Bloomsbury Collection - Copeland C too. I would give this to my niece to create a masterpiece!

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  23. That's such a difficult question - I spent aaaages the one time I was in Liberty's just trying to choose one fabric, it's so hard to answer! I'm very tempted by the cord ones, so I think it would have to be one of those, maybe the Rossmore Cord Betsy Ann :)
    sianhannahthomas@gmail.com
    Thank you!

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  24. No contest - Queue for the Zoo Tana lawn, I've had my eye on it for ages!

    Thanks for the giveaway

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  25. I enjoy this floral fabric a lot:D http://www.sewbox.co.uk/fabrics/liberty-fabrics/liberty-jersey-05207274c.html
    It would serve to present someone special :)

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  26. I love the look of the fleece in Kindle pink in the first row!

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  27. I love the Leila Tana lawn! So pretty!

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  28. Oooo, I'd love to make a shirt from the Petal and Bud Maroon lawn, I've been eyeing that since Tasia from Sewaholic made hers in Wiltshire (which I'm also slightly in love with!) and I've been itching to try the Granville, so maybe this would give me the nudge I need to actually get going!

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  29. Oh wow how generous of you! I will pick any fabric with purple or blue colorway... they are all gorgeous.

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  30. I would so much love to make a blouse for summer for me from Tana Lawn Chapel red!
    My adress is cecilia-h at gmx dot de

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  31. Would love Liberty Tana Lawn - LTL03634045B - Lagos Laurel.

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  32. Why choose somthing new, when you can choose a classic. I am madly in love with the liberty wiltshire. http://www.sewbox.co.uk/fabrics/liberty-fabrics/liberty-tana-lawn-ltl03639009s.html

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  33. What a lovely tradition to start! I'd have to go for Liberty Tana Lawn - LTL03633287B - Kussman as the colours are just amazing. Thanks for the giveaway Jane! kmhairi [at]gmail [dot] com

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  34. Bloomsbury collection dance: c
    Love love love, looks like a delicate blouse to me

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  35. Would love the Alma, bright and dramatic for a Southern Hemisphere winter project.

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  36. Ooh such a generous giveaway! I would completely go for the rossmore cord in kindle pink - can't you just imagine a beautiful button down skirt? my address is lizzie.g.page at gmail.com

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  37. How lovely! I would choose the Bloomsbury Collection Copleland C and I think I'd made a lovely summer blouse with it.

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  38. While I do adore that Copeland you've shown up there I can't help but fall head over heels for the Lagos Laurel Tana Lawn. Absolutely zero clues what I'd make - I'm very into 60's shift shapes atm but that could change!

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  39. So many prints to choose from! I would go with the rosa for a summer top- that's if summer ever comes

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  40. What a lovely giveaway. I'd go for Rock and Roll Rachel as I'm partial to a bit of Paisley.

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  41. I think Liberty Tana Lawn--Theodora would make a beautiful summer top. My address is jivanski at hotmail dot com

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  42. Oh wow! Lovey, lovey the Bloomsbury Dance C. Thinking of a fitted blouse for cool summer evenings. Jo x

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  43. I would have to pick the liberty betsy in pastel to make some cute summer outfits for my girls :0)

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  44. Ooh - they are all so lovely that it is hard to choose! If it win, I believe I'd select the spring poppy, it is so pretty! Many thanks for the chance to win free Liberty fabric!!
    rtrittel at yahoo dot com

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  45. My favorite is Rennie B: I'd make a shirt.

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  46. So difficult to choose, but this time the Liberty Fleece fabric - Kindle Pink took my fancy!

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  47. How lovely! Thanks for the link to look at the gorgeous fabrics, if I was lucky enough to win, I would choose the Ros Tana Lawn in blue which would make a lovely Spring blouse 😁

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  48. Wiltshire or Mauverina. Really tough choice. Will go with Wiltshire, thanks for the comp!
    victoriablyth at yahoo dot co dot uk

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  49. My favourite is Thorpe. I made a blouse with this in the seventies. It went with everything.

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  50. I would choose Rennie and Newberry and use them to sew a tunic top with short sleeves for warm weather.

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  51. Beautiful fabrics, i would choose Liberty Tana Lawn x

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  52. after seeing it above, would be Alma

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  53. I would totally choose the Copeland C. It's so beautiful!

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  54. I feel like the Copeland c needs to be in my life!!! X

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  55. I think I'd have to choose queue for the zoo as I love Okapis! Mrskatymarriott at gmail dot com

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  56. The Matilda Jersey would be my choice, but of course it is all luscious!

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  57. Thanks for a great giveaway - Dance is my favorite !

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  58. Not very seasonal as we head into Spring, I know, but I'd love the Liberty Lantana Kindle blue for a Merchant and Mills Top 64. Didn't comment on the previous post Jane, but I also found the New Look 6217 to be a hidden gem!

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  59. I love that newbury b you posted. Not my usual style but it grabbed my attention

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  60. Bloomsbury Garnett colour way A looks beautiful. Jenny

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  61. Hard choice ... either Capel - Red or Ellie Ruth, I´d guess. All those fabrics are beyond beautiful. Thank you for this generous Giveaway! (zuzsadothaag at online dot de)

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  62. oh this is to good. i love the rossmore and the kingly cord. ( sarahwoodhead30@gmail.com)

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  63. What a hard decision it would be to pick a favourite, but I think right now Capel in red would win my vote. Such beautiful fabrics. prairiegirl1971{at}hotmail{dot}ca

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  64. I love the Lola Weisselberg tana lawn. Thanks for a fab giveaway. nic_bostock@yahoo.co.uk

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  65. Capel for me in the lovely shade of red but i rather like them all.

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  66. Petal and Bud, although there's something about the bigger flowers in the Susanna print that draws me in.

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  67. What a wonderful giveaway with so many gorgeous fabrics available! For reasons I can't pinpoint I fell in love with Liberty Tana Lawn - LTL03630177Z - Shiv - Green. The jerseys would be more practical, but the heart wants what the heart wants. nwoods70(at)gmail(dot)com

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  68. I would choose Ricardos Blooms

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  69. I'm really liking the Rennie B fabric!

    livingincolorblog (at) outlook (dot) com

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  70. Oh my! The Alma is so fabulous and immediately reminded me of the abubance in Catalonia last autumn! mblack891@gmail.com

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  71. The pink and yellow stripey Jersey, the last item on the last page!

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  72. Liberty Tana Lawn - LTL03639009S - Wiltshire - this would make a lovely Tea Dress
    compos02@hotmail.com

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  73. I love Mauverina and I think it would particularly eye-catching as a Tilly & The Buttons Bettine dress. Perfect start to my spring wardrobe :-)

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  74. I would choose Dance C to sew a summer dress. tancar55@hotmail.com

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  75. I absolutely love Copeland c! Wouldn't it make the prettiest nightgown?

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  76. Ooohhh.... So many pretties! The petal and bud maroon tana lawn would make a lovely summer top!
    k_canuck at hotmail dot com

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  77. Would love the copeland c for a floaty midi skirt! ymshoppes@gmail.com

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  78. I love queue for the zoo though not sure I wouldn't change my mind many times before making an actual choice. ;)

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  79. Thanks for hosting this giveaway! I would pick either the betsy red or claire aude tana lawn.

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  80. What a great tradition. I'd pick "Bloomsbury Collection - Dance C" for a summer shirt-dress with buttons up the front.

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  81. So many beautiful fabrics. I like Liberty Tana Lawn - LTL03633258B - Petal and Bud Maroon. It would make a cute top for an upcoming cruise.
    (elle3270@yahoo.com)

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  83. I love Liberty and find it so hard to choose pick my favourite but I do love Betsy in any of its forms xx

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  84. I love the Liberty Tana Lawn - Susanna. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  85. Oooh, 'sew' lovely! I like the Dance C and the Copeland C but I will go with the Liberty Rossmore Cord - LRC03543260A - Jack and Charlie. I can envision a beautiful pencil skirt or a blazer in it! yteesmile@yahoo.com

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  86. I love them all too but I think I would choose the copeland too. Thank you Jane and Sewbox xx

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  87. Mauverina http://www.sewbox.co.uk/fabrics/liberty-fabrics/liberty-tana-lawn-mauverina-ltl03630027e.html
    Because it would go with all my green and purple steam punk clothes!

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  88. what a generous giveaway! I'd find it hard to choose but I do love Capel in Turquoise. mouellette80 at hotmail dot com

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  89. It's Mauvey for me. Hard to choose though!
    jnrlew@gmail.com

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  90. I think this is a very good annual tradition - thank you to you and Susan! If I were the lucky winner, I'd choose the Tatum Trail Kingly Cord. I'm nightingaleanddolittle@gmail.com

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  91. So much choice but I think I'd have to choose the Alma in your post - so lovely

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  92. If I were the lucky winner I would choose Liberty Tana Lawn - LTL03630025B - Mauvey. It would make a super skirt for summer!Thank you for this chance!

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  93. Love the Bloomsbury collection Copeland and the tana lawn in Wilshire. I need to make a spring dress! These would be lovely!

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  94. I still haven't managed to get any Meadow into my collection, so I've gotta get that.

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  95. Oooh what a fab giveaway!
    I'm in love with the Susanna tana lawn, it'd make a gorgeous kimono sleeve blouse/top! :)

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  96. Wow so many beautiful choices! I like the liberty lantana kaylie sunshine.

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  97. Meg's garden is beautiful
    lraisontrehy at Gmail dot com

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  98. You've got mine here - Bloomsbury Collection - Dance C - I have always wanted to make a mens liberty shirt and this treads the line between colourful floral and masculine blue perfectly!

    Mark.sabine@hotmail.co.uk

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  99. I love the rock and roll liberty Thanks for the chance.

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  100. The Liberty Jersey Ellie Ruth looks a dream!

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  101. Bloomsbury Dance C is my fave! Email: aneiradavies (at) gmail (dot) com :)

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  102. I had originally thought the Alma/fig but once I clicked through and saw the Spring Poppy print, that had to be the one.

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  103. What a nice chance to win beautiful fabric. Thank you. I would love Liberty Tana Lawn Queue for the Zoo LTL 03634160A ftsharona4@yahoo.com

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  104. Oh what a Box of Delights! I would go for the Lantana Kindle blue! I have just learned to love lightweight wool,fabric. What a treat! Treecycler@yahoo.co.uk

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  105. Liberty Tana Lawn - LTL03634160B - Queue for the Zoo would make a beautiful summe top.
    Thanks for the giveaway, Jane!
    pjdavidsonatgmaildotcom

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  106. Greetings from Canada, signs of spring are starting, so I would love the "Spring" print. (fullofbull@eastlink.ca)

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  107. Liberty Tana Lawn - LTL03635055A - Katie and Millie

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  108. My eye was immediately drawn to the Pellagia blue. A long pillow for my summertime bed would be lovely.

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  109. Love this, I'd go for Liberty Lantana - LL03293259C - Kindle (Blue)

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  110. if l were to win l'd choose . . . . . . either Copeland or Capel in Turquoise

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  111. I love Dance C. What a lovely summer blouse it would make
    englishwren@hotmail.co.uk

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  112. How lovely - thank you for the chance to win! I would have to choose my namesake...Margaret Annie! Anndotsparkesathotmaildotcom

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  113. i would buy Tana lawn , Ricardos blooms

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  114. Always a tricky hypothetical choice, but til I one day get my hands on queue for the zoo (preferably in blue) I will always choose that!

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  115. I would use jersey for a Camas blouse, alternatively I would use Tana lawn for a Merchant & Mills Heron blouse.

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  116. I really love the Bloomsbury Dance C. I picture it in a lovely blouse or a DD's Datura! Thank you very much for the giveaway!

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  117. I'd love some Jolie Rose B to make a little dress for my friend's imminent new baby! Lovely giveaway - thanks. My email is gilltroup2012@gmail.com

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  118. Wow - there are some stunning designs, but I'm with you, Copeland C from the Bloomsbury collection is beautiful!

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  119. Liberty Cord - LC03544252A - Clarisse

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  120. Thanks for the giveway. I woujd be delighted to win the Alma print

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  121. The Bloomsbury dance c is gorgeous and would make a stunning dress
    yountracy@aol.com

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  122. Hi,
    If I won, I would definitely choose Betsy Aqua. I adore the colour and was thinking of a simple sleeveless top (the one from the last Sewing Bee book) which I would pair with an aqua cardie. x

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  123. I would choose the Bloomsbury Collection - Dance C print, so beautiful.

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  124. Natalie keiller14 March 2016 at 21:07

    They are all lovely but it would have to be the Bloomsbury dance c print.

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  125. I love the colors and the print from Copeland C. I can already imagine a lovely top in it!

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  126. I love Petal and Bud Maroon, but it seems to be out of stock, which is a shame! A close second is Betsy in Pink :-).

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  127. It is very hard to choose. They are all so beautiful! I love Queue for the Zoo in blue. I would make a tank top or a blouse. Thank you!
    tatiana.vovchenko@gmail.com

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  128. I'm also feeling very spring-like so would chose: Bloomsbury collection - Garnett - Colour way A, to make a new dress to embrace the arriving sun!

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  129. Ooh, its fun just looking at that fabric, if I won I would choose- Liberty Tana Lawn - LTL03633037A - Margaret Annie.
    Thanks

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  130. Lovely giveaway! I love Pelagia in Pink and Queue for the zoo in pink/purple.

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  131. Liberty Lifestyle - Bloomsbury Collection - Catherine - Colourway A - LLBC07383258A is fabulous, very bright and cheerfully colourful

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  132. Forgot to add : asteride@gmail.com

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  133. It's got to be Queue for the Zoo, I think, although it's very easy to get distracted by all the pretty colours! acappella10 [at] hotmail [dot] com

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  134. Such a generous giveaway - thank you Sewbox & you, Jane. My choice would be...well, just about ANY Liberty fabric! Love Lola Weisselberg Tana Lawn or Liberty Cord Clarisse though! Email is kathyjlynch@gmail.com

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  135. What a generous giveaway -- thanks you for hosting. :)

    I would love the liberty jersey ellie Ruth 03232151A. Wendyj3 at hotmail dot com

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  136. The city poplin is so lovely!
    knitonepugtwo@gmail.Com

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  137. What a great giveaway! Definitely Rachel de Thame cord - adore that print and it would make such a great Ginger skirt.

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  138. Thanks for the giveaway! Delfie would make a beautiful blouse

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  139. Definitely alma- the figs are delicious!

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  140. I agree with you Jane- the Bloomsbury Copeland C is beautiful and I can imagine it as a gorgeous blouse.
    Lydia.speakman@btinternet.com

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  141. Wow! what a giveaway! I also like Bloomsbury Collection - Copeland - Colourway C but my favourite is LTL03633037A - Margaret Annie. I'd make a little sleeveless blouse with a bow and then use every last scrap up in smaller projects like cushions or purses or in a quilt. mcm121 at (very warm man) dot com :)

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  142. I think this one - Liberty Jersey - 03116108E - which seems to be the name is a great knit and I can see it in a lovely wrap dress. Great giveaway.

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  143. Oh my goodness that Alma is just delicious! But then that Copeland C is ...oh my goodness. Just delicious. All the best things about Liberty! And it reminds me of my childhood with the fabulous 70s does art nouveau vibe. Yum.

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  144. the alma tana lawn is just gorgeous - I'd be terrified to cut into it!

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  145. wow it is hard to choose just one. But if I HAD too.... the Betsy pastel. It's such a classic and I really like the lovely soft colours.

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  146. I love the Mabelle...visualizing a gorgeous outfit with it...

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  147. Oh gosh, all so lovely! Would love Ellie Ruth jersey!

    lenelson(at)mail(dot)com

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  148. I like petal and bud in maroon

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  149. Thanks for the giveaway. I've had my eye on Queue for the Zoo in blue for ages!

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  150. I think I'd choose dance C and make a Sarah shirt! All the heart eye emojis

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  151. This is my favorite, but what a tough choice!
    Thanks!!
    Liberty Lifestyle - Stile Collection - Lowke - Colourway D - LLSC03384154D

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  152. ooh, all so pretty. I'd choose Liberty Rossmore Cord - Spring Poppy, because I've never seen a Liberty cord!

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  153. So much eye candy! I fell in love witg Sophie Jane. I'd make a nice dress out of it. Or a blouse. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  154. Sigh. The floral jersey in orange, brick, and taupe tones. Gorgeous!

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  155. I would love to own the Bloomsbury Dance C I love the colours.

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  156. Love Jolie Rose in blue. Thanks for the give away.
    Pamela

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  158. I love Margaret Annie and it just happens to be my mothers name as well!!

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  159. What's not to love about a Liberty print. They're all beautiful. How fun to win some :)

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  160. I think my favourite would have to be betsy pastel.
    Claire.double@btopenworld.com

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  161. They are all beautiful. Alma (Figs! Love!) is my favourite. Thanks for your generosity!

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  162. Liberty Rossmore Cord - Karm looks divine!

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  163. I love the Bloomsbury Collection - Dance C design :)

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  164. Takashi pink is my favourite, although I love them all!

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  165. Loving the Bloomsbury Collection - Dance C design - beautiful, although they all are :)

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  166. Copeland C without a doubt. Gorgeous.

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  167. oh yes one of the bloomburys for me! they are wonderful!

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  168. Liberty Tana Lawn - LTL03639009S - Wiltshire
    This is the fabric which caught my eye. It would make quite a statement made into a dress - I usually go for anything blue. How thoughtful of you to offer this prize. Jackie x

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  169. I'd choose the Betsy Red tana lawn, and use it to make some knickers! :)

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  170. Liberty Jersey - 03232151A - Ellie Ruth

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  171. So hard to choose just one! I had been eyeing up Virtual Light to make a top for someone else, but for me I think I'd go for Betsy Pastel :-)

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  172. Love the colours of Liberty Lifestyle - Bloomsbury Collection - Garnett - Colourway A although I really love this one too: Liberty Tana Lawn - LTL03632022W - Claire Aude - Red. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  173. Stile Collection - Newbury B!
    chrisagriff2 at gmail dot come

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  174. I'd love to win Liberty Lantana - Sophie Jane

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  175. I really like the Bloomsbury collection Dance C

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  176. Ooooh! Liberty Tana Lawn - LTL03632019D - Betsy Aqua is my all-time favourite!! I think a blouse out of that would be awesome! and any scraps would be lovely to line pockets :) for a secret surprise!

    alicjaewa@gmail.com

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  177. Kingly Cord Ruby! It would make such a pretty winter skirt. For next year. ;)

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  178. First choice would be Susanna, although Mauvey comes a close second

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  179. I love Liberty prints :)
    I will go with Liberty Jersey - 05208517X though they are are great.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  180. Ooh I love millions of them - but I'm going to opt for Queue For The Zoo in pink/purple - for it's unusuality (ok, I know that's not a word, but it should be)
    Thanks Jane, great giveaway x

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  181. Such a tough choice, but I think I would pick the lawn in Leila - love a bit of purple! Thanks for the chance to won...

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  182. How much Liberty fabric could a girl choose. All of it I'd say but if I must choose one it would be Liberty Lifestyle Bloomsbury collection colourway C for a nice floaty summer blouse

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  183. I love Rock and Roll Rachel. I am a massive fan of Paisley fabric and love the looser interpretation of it. My little girl loved Rosa, but I'd be the one choosing, right?

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  184. Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com
    Fab giveaway and so hard to choose. I love this one in particular : Liberty Tana Lawn - LTL03630270A - Takashi Pink

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  185. My wife loves the Liberty City Poplin - LCP03150252B - Koharu and Miyuki

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  186. I'm a fan of the Petal and Bud Maroon -- I like that it could be used for a summer dress that would transition to autumn!

    email: alexandrampatterson at gmail.com

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  187. Georgina nichols15 March 2016 at 22:00

    Difficult choice but I think it would have to be.... copeland or possibly alma!!!
    Georgina(dot) Nichols 40 (at) gmailcom

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  188. Sewbox have so many beautiful liberty fabric prints. I love mabelle, of course I love a lot of the others too :)

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  189. Ooh they are pretty! Rossmore cord in Kalm would be my pick
    aneffendorf at gmail dot com

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  190. So many beautiful designs! I think I'd choose the Liberty Lifestyle, Bloomsbury Collection, Garnett, Colourway A.

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  191. There are so many gorgeous Liberty prints but I think I'd go for the Tana Lawn in Bourton or Lodden (green).

    Lovely giveaway, thank you.

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