Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Giveaway Day!

This giveaway is now closed. Thank you for visiting!

It's time for another round of Giveaway Day, hosted by Sew, Mama, Sew! As usual, it's bound to be a fun few days hopping around social media, meeting new creative types, visiting old favorites, and entering giveaways along the way.

My giveaway is a fat-quarter bundle of neutral Cotton + Steel basics. As much as I love the beautiful saturated colors in the C+S collections, there's something special about these basics too, and I hope you like them as much as I do.

For a chance to win, just leave a comment on this post sharing about your own use of neutral fabrics. Do you incorporate alot of neutral or low-volume in your sewing, or do you shy away from it? Have you read a good post about it that you can share? What's your very favorite neutral? I'm curious about it all, so please share. For more chances, let me know that you follow A Quilter's Table, aquilterstable on Instagram, AQT on facebook, or are a subscriber to my newsletter, The Scrap Basket. That's alot of chances and you can connect to any of them over in the sidebar.

The giveaway will be open through Sunday, May 10, and I will email the randomly chosen winner on Monday. I am happy to ship internationally. Please include an email address in your comment if it is not accessible through your profile. If you win and I can't find your email easily, I won't hesitate to choose another winner. Due to the number of comments expected on this post, I may not be able to respond to you all. But I definitely appreciate your stopping by A Quilter's Table, and I hope you come again to join in my journey of quilting and sharing around the table.


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797 comments:

  1. I'm trying to use more low volume prints as background fabric instead of just solid white always. And I love grey in a quilt it's so calming to the eye and plays nice with all the other colors. And I have the dream to use my 'Little Black Dress' for a quilt one day although the color palett is out of my comfort zone.
    Thanks for the giveaway:-) hildy@ebertzeder.de

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  2. I just started using low volume fabric. I usually use bright bold colrs

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  3. I rarely use low volume but I'm more and more attracted to it when I see how effective it can be. Great prize, thank you.

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  4. I'm loving the low volume trend that's around at the moment - it really adds some 'quiet' to the loudness of many modern fabrics!

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  5. I do use them occasionally. Your bundle is lovely. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  6. I love low volume fabrics! I don't have a favourite fabric but Carolyn Friedlander is my favourite low volume designer. Thanks for a great giveaway Debbie, I especially love that you're open to international entries!!

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  7. I love low volume fabrics, and I wish I had more of them to use. Your bundle is absolutely gorgeous!

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  8. I follow your blog via GFC.

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  9. I am just starting to stash low volume fabrics and this bundle is just perfect for that :-)

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  10. I love using neutrals! It's all I seem to buy at the moment! They are just SO versatile!

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  11. I follow your blog on Google+ and IG and get your newsletter! (Is that one entry or three?)

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  12. I have been using low volume colors more and more. I love grays and beige.

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  13. I am trying to use neutrals at the moment for a new baby of unknown sex, I would love to add some of these to the mix. Thanks for the chance to win..
    dkofarrell@dcsi.net.au

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  14. Debbie,I have yet to use nuetrals though I have a book about knockout nuetrals.

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  15. I already follow with bloglovin

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  16. I so use some neutrals in my quilting usually just some form of white/cream. I have just started trying tp incorporate more grey solids. I have been wanting to use more tone on tone not just plain solid. This Cotton and Steel would fit the bill!! sandybailey55@hotmail.com

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  17. I just bought a whole bolt of Kona white so I guess I use a lot of neutrals! :) I am a follower.

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  18. I follow on Bloglovin and thru the email newsletter sandybailey55@hotmail.com

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  19. I use scrappy low volume backgrounds often, and i love the netorious metallic print in this line.

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  20. I'm really boring when it comes to neutrals and I usually just use white. I have a huge stash of grey building up that I need to figure out what to do with!! I would still love this bundle though... I would certainly put it to good use!!! Michelleanne@gmail.com

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  21. I follow you on Instagram too! Michelleanne@gmail.com

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  22. I use a lot of kona white, but love the look of the neutrals.

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  23. I'm signed up for your newsletter! Michelleanne@gmail.com

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  24. My favorite neutrals are by Yoko Saito--she invented neutral quilts years ago and is the queen of neutrals. I follow AQT on bloglovin, insta, and via your newsletter--it's been interesting! Thanks!
    bekedams at yahoo dot com

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  25. I almost always use neutrals to make the main colors pop, but an all-neutral quilt is on my list.

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  26. I really shy away from the neutrals but love the look when put all together in a quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  27. I follow you through Bloglovin.

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  28. I like the trend but I feel like I would need to buy quite a few more fabrics to use the variety I'd like to incorporate so I haven't tried it very much.

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  29. I follow you on instagram as well.

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  30. I am new to using low volume black and white or gray prints as background and I love it. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  31. And I just subscribed to your newsletter.

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  32. I'm just starting to use low volume prints as backgrounds-I usually use solid colors!
    This is a great little bundle-I don't have any Cotton and Steel fabric!

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  33. I follow you on Bloglovin.

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  34. I have been dying to try a low volume quilt but I haven't decided on the right project just yet.

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  35. low volume fabric is great gives a scrappy back round look and softens the quilt

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  36. I've been collecting neutrals, but have yet to use them!

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  37. I follow you on Bloglovin and love your blog!

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  38. Actually I love neutrals the most! I'm into low volume because, just as in your block, they allow colors to pop forward in a far more exciting way to my eye! -Letty

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    1. I was talking about your May faith circle blocks :)

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  39. I use a lot of neutrals in my quilting because I love quilting with bright colors/

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  40. I love neutrals especially low volume texty prints! I think they make the designs pop more and keep your eyes interested in a block longer.

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  41. I follow your blog and IG account (heather81203)

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  42. I am trying to use more low volume prints instead of white or muslin. Gray and navy are my new favorite neutrals. Thanks for the chance!

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  43. I LOVE low volume prints as background fabric!

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  44. I just got my first newsletter from you!

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  45. I've been using neutrals more and more and really love them as backgrounds! thanks for the chance to win the

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  46. Facebook follower (geez, maybe I'm a stalker? LOL)

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  47. also love your new newsletter!

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  48. I am trying to look at neutrals with a "new eye", as I frequently gravitate towards colors and floral patterns. I follow you on Bloglovin'
    Thanks!
    nettiecrain@live.com

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  49. I have only made one low volume quilt but have found that since it was made more and more low volume neutrals have found their way into my piecing. Even that quilt had a hot pink border to help balance the neutrals.

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  50. Your one of the blogs I check daily for new post!!!! and I need lots of practice using "neutrals". My idea of neutrals is chocolate brown...

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  51. I LOVE these greys in the Cotton & Steel basics!! they are the perfect neutrals, in my opinion!

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  52. I follow your blog and I love it. So inspiring! I normally use just white or grey fabric as contrast to other colorful fabrics, but I really would like to use more of these neural prints. I think sometimes it makes a block even more interesiting.

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  53. I'm hoping to make a low volume quilt soon; it's on my list. Right now, neutrals tone down all the crazy colors I love. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  54. I primarily use low-volume or solids actually though rarely neutrals (except for my extensive black shirt collection). These look lovely-I do love grays in decor.

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  55. Loving the newsletter and of course I've got you listing on my blog roll so it's quick to get to and read. Thanks for sharing your talent and techniques with all of us!

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  56. I use low volume as often as I can. It replaces tone on tone for me. I really don't have a favorite.

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  57. I have a lot of LV, but don't use it that much. I've mostly bought it for bee blocks! :) My favorite neutral is navy.

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  58. I follow you on IG lv2create4u

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  59. I follow on Bloglovin, Instagram, and my Favorites

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  60. I subscribe to your Scrap Basket which I love!

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  61. I love low volume, but don't find a way to work it in often. I do like using solid grey for a background color. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  62. I love using neutral fabrics like these for backgrounds

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  63. I follow you on Instagram.

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  64. I started off loving low volume as it because a more widely used term / style - but gradually, I've come to just love neutrals in general. This giveaway is perfect for me because these C+S neutrals are my favorites! I love using them with a pop of color, or in a stark palette. YUM. Thanks so much for the chance to win! ( julie at button-button dot co dot uk)

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  65. This is a great giveaway! I've been drawn to neutrals ever since making my first Low Volume quilt, which remains a style I love. I like to work neutrals into all my scrap quilts, too. I follow your blog and also follow you on IG. You can contact me via Flickr mail :)

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  66. I'm lovin' all these low volume fabrics! Just did a paper pieced with them and it turned out so pretty!….if I do say so myself :) I follow you on IG. Thank You so much for such a fun give away bundle!! sunluvr5@cox.net

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  67. I shy away from greys. I usually use tans/beiges/whites. I need to start using more low volumes. I've been quilting for about 5 years, so I guess I'm fairly new to it. I definitely need to stretch my wings!

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  68. I love low volume prints! These c+s are some of my faves. Had they been released when I was working on my hexie quilt, they would have been incorporated into the low volume spaces.

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  69. Hi Debbie -- oooh, thanks so much for offering these up! I was just eyeing them last night, as a matter of fact:D I absolutely love to use neutrals -- usually I gravitate towards white or a light grey, but I'm trying to get over my fear of black too. Thanks so much again!

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  70. I have only recently begun building my low volume/neutral stash. This bundle certainly would be a great addition! I love neutrals with lots of color. Such a beautiful stack of fabric!

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  71. I love gray but haven't used any yet. I have a quilt planned that will be about 50/50 aqua and white. I bought 10 yards of white fabric so I know I have enough for the front and back!

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  72. I love neutrals/low volume fabrics or stuffed toys. They add a bit of extra interest without overpowering a pattern.

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  73. I am an avid collector of low volume prints, saving them up for a very special quilt pattern I got a couple months ago, these c + s prints would be the perfect addition! Thank you for such a generous giveaway! Kaitlynpallas@gmail.com

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  74. I get bored of white, I like the idea of mixing neutrals up a bit for backgrounds and have incorporated LVs into a few things now.

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  75. I tend to shy away, I like to use bright colors. Though, I do love a good low volume background :)

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  76. Some LV looks amazing, sometimes I'm not as into it. I tend to go for neutral solids (white, gray, tan) or tone on tone neutrals for the backgrounds. These look lovely!

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  77. Great bundle, Debbie! I seem to collect low volume fabrics but don't actually use them Lol. My favorite neutral is Moda Bella Steel. I think it is a nice gray.

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  78. I follow on IG and FB and subscribe to the newsletter. :)

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  79. I've always shied away from low volume fabrics, though I do have a small collection of them that is growing! I have an idea in my head for a quilt with a low volume background, so maybe I should make that come true. My favourite low volume is grey, I love grey.

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  80. I follow your blog on Feedly

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  81. I love love love neutrals. And I think I might only quilt in them if I thought that was allowed. Right now, I'm experimenting with screen-printing over neutral quilt tops and loving it, so I have eight more neutral mini quilt tops in the works.

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  82. These are, indeed, some special neutrals! I read a book by Freddie Moran and Gwen Marston where Freddie talked about her neutral - red - which totally gave me permission to figure out what I prefer to use, no matter what the shade! So of course I've used the usual suspects, white, black, and grey ... but when I found a tan/beige natural flax at the local fabric store, I used that, too. I try to keep an open mind, but as a child of the 70s, I can't bear the thought of using brown. It's my only no-go when it comes to quilting and neutrals. :)

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  83. I really try never to use white in my quilts so low volume prints are a great solution!

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  84. Thanks for the chance! Lisadcox1 at yahoo dot com

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  85. Thanks for the chance! Lisadcox1 at yahoo dot com

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  87. I would love to win these as I fear the day I run out... Cotton + Steel knocked it out of the park with these! My favourite neutral is grey or brown

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  88. Neutrals make a great backdrop for other colors and can really make bright colors pop. Grey and taupe really look nice with cool colors. I follow your with Blogger to my blog so I can see when you have a new post. I love your improv stuff.

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  89. I like the quiet voice of neutral fabrics. I normally am drawn to bold, bright colors , looking for an explosion of color. Now, I'm exploring the understated approach and trying for thatwee sparkler bit of color, nestled between restful colors. . .

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  90. These are some of my favourites too. I have been having a lot of fun lately using really light low volume and neutral solids for backgrounds and love the effect.

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  91. You have a new follower by bloglovin

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  92. a 4th of my stash is a build up of neutrals -- they are perfect for everything

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  93. I haven't been quilting that long and just realized in the past year that I really needed some fabrics that weren't so loud and in your face. My collections of neutrals is still pretty small.

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  94. I have always used Kona snow as my background fabric but I recently made the switch the bella 97 and I like that more. I have made a low volume quilt using pinks blues and yellows with grey and white and love the way it turned out.

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  95. Up until recently, I've always used neutrals in the tan/beige colorway, but recently I've been venturing over into the grays.

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  96. I love neutrals, especially for boys' clothing with a splash of colour sewgraciousthreads AT gmail DOT com

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  97. I mostly use low volume neutrals and grays- I do love the cotton and steel basics! Great giveaway!

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  98. I have recently started to add some neutrals, mostly greys, but have plans to incorporate more.

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  99. I follow you on blog lovin' and on Instagram!

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  100. I follow you on bloglovin.

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  101. I want to use neutrals but have not had many to use so would like to experiment.

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  102. My first quilt was all darks so it is hard to me to use neutrals even as background but I am trying.

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  103. I am just starting to explore using LV fabrics in my quilting and have really been enjoying them as opposed to just solid color negative space. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

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  104. since I make a lot of clothes for my kids and myself, sewing with natural color fabrics works great for pairing with brighter fabrics!

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  105. I never really jumped on the low volume print bandwagon; I'm consciously trying to use more solids in my quilts. I like the idea of different solids (chartreuse) standing in for a neutral.

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  106. I love the C&s neutrals! I use neutrals in backgrounds all the time!

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  107. I want to use more low volume fabrics in my projects. But I do have a neutrals quilt planned. Thanks for the chance!

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  108. I haven't used a lot of neutrals, but I could see these in a purse/bag or pouch. Very pretty!

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  109. I use neutrals on the inside of knitting or other bags so it's easier to find the things in the bags.

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  110. As a new quilter I wasn't very familiar with fabric terminology. But, thanks to bloggers like you I've learned a lot. I didn't know I was using low volume fabric I just used what I liked. Armed with a little more knowledge I'm now incorporating low volume fabric intentionally.
    Renragjdatgmaildotcom

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  111. I follow you on bloglovin.
    Renragjdatgmaildotcom

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  112. I do a lot of neutrals for backgrounds.

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  113. I love neutral grays - from Kona "ash" to small prints. I'm also keeping my eye out for white textured fabrics (I don't like whites which have "painted" white designs on them.)

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  114. I do use neutrals in my quilts, so the viewer's eyes have a 'place to rest'. (pegandky@gmail.com)

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  115. I follow your blog by leapfrogging from QuiltingSquareOne, which I check almost daily. maryts@comcast.net

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  116. Lately I have been using neutrals, but I have a hard time finding them when I'm shopping. I love the contrast it gives. Thx for the chance at your generous give-away.

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  117. My neutrals of choice are grays. I love them. I would love to explore more low volume fabrics. I always love how they look I just haven't been brave enough to commit. Chamberlinbecky (at)gmail {dot} com

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  118. My favorite neutral is gray - it can get a little dirty and you can't tell :)

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  119. LOVE low volume and try to work them into everything!

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  120. You are on my Bloglovin feed!

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  121. I follow you on Instagram and pinterest. Loving the neutrals. :)

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  122. I love color! Bold saturated color, so most of my fabric choices are not neutral. But what is out there to better show off color than neutrals and low-volumes? Most of our quilting journeys are about pushing our limits, trying new things, and learning new techniques. I never plan to stay at the same level or repeat the same choices in pattern and/or color. I'm always onto the next thing, so low-volume and neutrals? Comin' for ya! ;)

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  123. I love grey a lot lately. Many beautiful shades and it makes a great backdrop for lots of other colours. annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  124. I am pretty boring, my backgrounds are usually white. I would like to find a nice low volume bundle, or try Kona Ash, I see a lot of quilters doing that. Thanks for the generous giveaway! It's a perfect neutral bundle and I love Cotton + Steel. jacklynnsteven at netzero dot com

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  125. I follow you on Instagram. jacklynnsteven at netzero dot com

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  126. I already follow you on Instagram. annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  127. I follow you on Facebook. jacklynnsteven at netzero dot com

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  128. I follow you on Bloglovin'. jacklynnsteven at netzero dot com

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  129. I like low volume with texts, I think they are very good for modern quilting

    irinadeATgmailDOTcom

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  130. And I now subscribe to your scrap newsletter. I have a lot of scraps so looking forward to getting it. annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  131. OOh, lovely bundle! I love low volumes and have a bit of an obsession with collecting them. My friend Rachel at 2nd Avenue Studio uses them in such a great way, I am always trying to emulate her! (she used some great ones in her quilt The Dishes Can Wait which won 2nd place in the Applique category at Quilt Con this year.

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  132. I follow your blog via Bloglovin'!

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  133. I follow you via bloglovin

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  134. I love this line of low volume - I am currently into greys of all hues.

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  135. I like to create low volume backgrounds and applique bright colours on top. I just did this in a mini quilt for the Spring Fling Mini Swap on Instagram. The only book I can think of is "Sunday Morning Quilts".

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  136. I am following on Instagram.

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  137. I liked your Facebook page.

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  138. I do like LV but I'm not always confident enough to use it. I use alot of Kona ash, snow and coal as my sort of neutral bases.

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  139. I'm drawn to low volume fabrics used in quilts but don't have a ton in my stash. instead, I've been trying to use what I have and find that I rely on a lot of neutrals-- light greys, white, and natural linen. thanks for the opportunity to win those cotton and steel prints-- they're lovely!

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  140. I'm following your blog on bloglovin.

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  141. I don't have any low volume fabrics, but I tend to use light & medium gray as backgrounds a lot. I think they show less wear & tear than white, and are easier to sew with than black. Thanks for the chance to win! mto2golsen (at) gmail (dot) com

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  142. I love neutrals. I tend to use neutrals as a base so that the colors really pop when I use them. It's the same way I decorate...white or gray walls, with colorful artwork and fabrics as accents.

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  143. I love color but I also love sewing with grey fabrics. My quilts have mostly used white as a background though..I've never really tried greys.

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  144. I have just started to collect low-volume fabric. I follow you on instagram. I want to win!!! I will sign up for your newsletter today! scheibsdeb@gmail.com

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  145. Love the Cotton and Steel Basics! I've been trying to incorporate more low volume in my sewing lately. I tend to use a lot of white on white prints but I really want to continue to branch out more into "true" low volume. It is just nice to have the extra visual interest that you don't get with a solid.

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  146. i didn´t use many low volume fabrics yet. but i love this bundle of fabrics from cotton & steel. thanks for the chance to win.

    monster.leben (at) gmail.com

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  147. i follow via bloglovin

    monster.leben (at) gmail.com

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  148. Neutrals make colors pop. I love neutrals.

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  149. I love these fabrics!!!!! I like using neutrals (my friends tease me about gray being my favorite color) in almost every aspect of my life!!! Decorating as well as in projects. I think it provides a clean classic look, but you can throw a more vibrant color with it and they complement each other so well! Thanks!

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  150. I love neutrals - they make the other colours look better! Favourite neutrals are Kona bone or aqua (yes really!). Thanks!

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  151. And I follow you through feedly.

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  152. I love to use neutrals in my quilts! My favorite neutral is gray, though I'm pushing myself to use some creams this year. greycatquilts@yahoo.com

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  153. I follow your blog via Feedly! greycatquilts@yahoo.com

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  154. I mainly use white or gray for background colors.
    jsbailey99 at gmail.com

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  155. I follow you on Bloglovin.
    jsbailey99 at gmail.com

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  156. I love low volume fabric in my quilts combined with some very colorful fabric. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  157. It really just depends on the project for me. I like mixing it up.

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  158. I am more of a colour person than neutrals but I would like to make a low volume quilt.

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  159. I love the use of low volume, I just haven't used them myself yet! But I have some in my stash!

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  160. I follow you via Bloglovin, IG and your newsletter!

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  161. I tend to use low volume fabrics as backgrounds or sashing, but I'd really like to use it more prominently. I just have to find the right project!

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  162. Wonderful giveaway! These are such useful fabrics. I'd love to use more varied neutrals and get a bit away from the whites.

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  163. I try to sneak a low volume texty fabric from Sweetwater into everything I make :)

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  164. Variety makes me smile, but lately I'm doing a lot of garment sewing with neutrals.

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  165. I don't really use a lot of neutrals, but maybe I should.

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  166. I love warm tans and light grays for neutrals.
    Thanks for your giveaway!

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  167. I use neutrals all the time...most as a background to allow the eye focus and move around the quilt to see the design.

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  168. I've been collecting lots of low volume neutrals to use in scrappy quilts. Lately, I've been going through yards of Art Gallery's Pure Elements White Linen as the background in my quilts. I also love Kona Cotton in Ash, it's a lovely gray!
    tstanulis@verizon.net

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  169. I followed you for awhile on Bloglovin' and now on Instagram!
    tstanulis@verizon.net

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  170. I like to use neutrals to make colorful patterned fabric pop! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  171. I desperately love low volume fabrics but have such a hard time buying them in the face of bold, poppy prints!

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  172. Grey is my new favorite neutral.

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  173. I am using more neutrals, and am interested in the Japanese Taupe movement!
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  174. We use them in quilting, but always have to buy them as they seem to be lacking in our stash!

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