Monday, May 12, 2014

GIVEAWAY TIME!



Like it?

I'm giveaway this dotty set.

I'm making cool stuff for kids, dolls, bibs, burp cloths....

Recently I made few of this divided baskets and my friends get crazy about them.... They are using them in nursery, bathroom, kitchen, as a basket for their crochet/knitting/sewing projects..
So You can use it for anything.

It's not polite to give empty basket, so I add this dotty key knob and tissue cover :)


HOW TO WIN IT:

Leave a comment below, tell me how you'll use this retro basket if you'll win - simply as that!
Please include your mail address in comment if it's not visible from your name.
This GIVEAWAY is worldwide open.


RULES:

This giveaway is open from May 12 till May 16 midnight CET
I'll pick ONE winner by Random.org*
Winner will be note HERE and by MAIL  - till May 18 ( so take a look at your spam folder )
Item will be shipped by May 20

* If winner did not claimed till May 20, I'll pick another one.



This giveaway is a part of a great GIVEAWAY DAY over SewMamaSew.com, so follow this link to enter more giveaways.


Wishing You All GOOD LUCK!

Zrinka
xoxo


** Basket is made by noodlehead pattern

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:: UPDATE ::

WE HAVE A WINNER!!!!!

Random.org choose: 

Congratulations to Karen:

I think the basket would look cute filled with my small fabric squares I cut out of my scraps! Thanks for the chance to win.

I've send you an e-mail dear, please claim till 20th May, noon, CET, OR I'll need to redrawn a winner.
Thank you all.








238 comments:

  1. This basket is absolutely adorable and I keep starring at it and imagining it in my hand while I ride a bike, while I wander around Saturday's open market, while I sit in park and watchmy 6 yr old playing, while I go out for a coffee, while I travel and put it next to my feet in the car, while I go on a beach in early August... I would probably carry it everywhere and enjoy it until it falls apart, if ever :-*

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  2. I would definitely use this basket for my sewing and stitching projects... that is if my daughter doesn't get a hold of it first and use it for some of her little doodads! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  3. What a lovely giveaway. This would likely live in my sewing room as a basket for all of my daughter's books and worksheets she stores in there so we can sit together while I sew. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  4. I would use this to store my sewing projects! Very cute!!!

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  5. How cute! I would consider using this basket for bread rolls. It would probably end up holding craft stuff though...... it's super cute!

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  6. I would use this to keep my current hand project by my chair in the living room - perfect!

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  7. I would keep my EPP project in this cute bag. Thanks for sharing. x

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  8. I have so many crafty odds and ends, I would probably fill up this basket more quickly than I'd like to admit! I love the red-dot pattern so much, and that color blue is a fantastic accent! (Normally I avoid red/blue combos in fabrics!) This is such an awesome divided basket, thanks for offering it as a prize!

    elizabeth.waligora (at) gmail.com

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  9. This basket would be perfect for the items I keep when watching my grand babies.

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  10. to organize my daughters room

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  11. I would use it to contain one of my many projects, that are currently just sitting in random bags (including shopping bag - I ran out of project bags)

    jhunsberger (at) gmail (dot) com

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  12. How cute! Since I have red accents in my bedroom it would be perfect to hold my Kindle, my glasses, eyedrops, the tv remote and even more! blessings, marlene

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  13. Love this basket. I would probably use it to keep some of my in progress orders in. Or I might just put it on my nightstand to hold books, tablet and such.

    storybookfelts at gmail dot com

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  14. How fabulous! I have never seen a fabric basket with a divider before! Thank you for the lovely giveaway - I would use it for my handsewing to keep it better organized! thank you!

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  15. The basket is sew lovely. I would use it on my sewing table to help keep me organized. Thanks

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  16. Gorgeous! Thanks for hosting - I'm pretty sure that would be filled with yarn at my house :)

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  17. Yarn! It will make a great home for a few of my knitting projects in progress! :)

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  18. This would be perfect for storing some of my sewing supplies in the living room for easy access :)

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  19. either for my crocheting - or for my paper piecing things ..

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  20. I will use it with my bead and wire craft supplies.

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  21. Would definitely use this to organize my cutting table so I can easily clear things away when I need to cut!

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  22. I would give this basket to my 12 yr old daughter, she is an up and coming sewer and would love to have this to put her sewing stuff in.

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  23. Oh thanks for the chance, this is great! I would definitely use it for an EPP quilt I'm working on - help me to organize but still be portable!

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  24. I would use it to organize my toddler's craft supplies. Thanks for the giveaway! The basket is just adorable.

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  25. I'd stash my sewing odds and ends in it :)

    lilmissg2 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  26. Awesome basket! I need this for my sewing table of course!
    buffyh_6 AT yahoo DOT com

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  27. LOVE this! Probably would use it in the kids' room to organize some of their smaller toys

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  28. I would use this in my office to help hide all of my office supplies that I have everywhere!

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  29. I keep thinking I'll make one of these and never get around to it. Thanks for hosting a giveaway!

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  30. I would probably give it to my mom so she could use it for her yarn and crocheting. shelze (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  31. I love this basket! I think I'd most likely use this in my nursery or sewing room!

    tinaotherworld (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  32. I would put my craft supplies in it.

    melodyj(at)gmail(dot)com

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  33. I'll use it to keep my kids' storybooks and art supplies neatly organized in our living room.

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  34. I think it would work great for a small knitting project and supplies.

    Angie(dot)smith(at)q(dot)com

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  35. I'd either use it for my sewing supplies or to help contain my girls' toys.

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  36. I think this basket would be great in my car as an organizer. Thanks.

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  37. I would use this for fabric scraps, thanks! wonderlandbyalyce(at)gmail(dot)com

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  38. Lovely basket -- I'd use to hold a couple of small knitting projects in the living room.

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  39. So cute! I'll definitely use it for my crochet projects. Just fabulous!

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  40. I would use it to store my current hand sewing project and notions

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  41. I think I'd either use it in my sewing room or maybe in the bathroom for my toiletries… It's beautiful!

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  42. I am trying to get organized, so the basket would be perfect for storing yarn for my current projects.

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  43. I would use it to keep my desk neat and tidy!
    brooke at richardchurch dot com

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  44. I would love to win to help organize my sewing table.

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  45. I would use it for storing my daughter's hair brushes and similar stuff.

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  46. This basket is great! I would use it to organize my knitting projects. That is, IF I can keep it out of my daughter's hands...
    Thank you for the chance to win!
    blueberryblues5(at)gmail

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  47. Darling! I'd use it for sewing supplies/projects.
    ecisley(at)comcast(dot)net

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  48. Sitting at the hospital, it would be great for all the extra things I need to carry to the room! books , snacks etc.

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  49. Fabulous!
    I'd use it to store my sewing supplies!

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  50. honest to goodness, id gift it to my daughters teacher! id keep your little goodies for me, and fill basket with some of the teachers likes! thanks for a chance.

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  51. Very cute I would keep it next to my sewing machine to keep things organized!

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  52. I'd use it to hold my yarn for little projects. :) tolmema@gmail.com

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  53. Love the fabrics you used for this adorable basket…I'd use it to keep my sewing tools handy…thanks for the sweet giveaway :)

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  54. I think I would use this to separate all the darn phone/iPod/iPad that can never get back to their human.

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  55. I think I would use this basket to keep all those darn iphone/pad/pod cords that can never find their human corralled.

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  56. I'd use it to keep baby toys in--my current basket is falling apart!

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  57. I would gift it to my granddaughter to keep her new school things in at home. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  58. For my yarn and needles off course :)

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  59. this is lovely. thanks for a chance. I think I would use it for sewing supplies. Or give it to my sister to use for craft supplies. Thanks for a chance. quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  60. I think this basket would be perfect for holding my random fabric scraps and sewing supplies.

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  61. I'd use the basket to hold my embroidery supplies and current project.

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  62. I would use it to keep my hand sewing organized by my desk.

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  63. Aaaaa, kako je divna! Pa za trice i kučine, naravno! jkacun@yahoo.com ;-)

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  64. What a cute basket! I would definitely use it to keep all my stitching projects organized.

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  65. So adorable. I would use this basket to help keep my sewing room organized. I think it would be perfect for storing ribbon.

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  66. I think I'd fill this with my current knitting project and keep it at my bedside. Pretty things liven up a room! Please pop over and enter my giveaway for a women's tank top.

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  67. Kaye M. tkmattson@hotmail.comMay 12, 2014 at 9:44 PM

    Your basket is so cute. I'd give it to my daughter so she can keep the baby's diapers in it so they are handy. It would be a pop of color in his room.

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  68. Love the pattern,the colors,the fabric,everything.if it is for me it would be perfect for my crochet projects and yarn and if my daughter clam it first it would be dolls or pencils.Lovely giveaway,thank you for the chance to win it,.

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  69. So cute! I would put it in my daughter's bathroom in the hope that she would use it to keep her things tidy :) Thank you for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  70. Oh my gosh...I love it! It would be perfect for knitting! My row counter would even fit on the fob!

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  71. emmevon(at)gmail(dot)com
    yarn stash!!

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  72. I think I would store fabric scraps in it - my 2.5 inch charms for my scrap quilt.

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  73. This basket is too cute and I think it would make a great project in progress basket. Chosen fabric on one side and cut pieces and blocks in their containers on the other.

    just in case: m3reyna at gmail dot com

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  74. Cute cute basket. I would gift it to my mom to use for her yarn next to her easy chair where she crochets.

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  75. I'm pregnant and I'd use the whole kit and caboodle for going to the hospital to fill with the things I need for the delivery room.

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  76. What a lovely basket! Id use it to carry my sewing stuff around the house! Thanks!

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  77. I would use it to put yarn in by my chair in the living room! :)

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  78. I'd give it to DIL who's having my new grandson in August. I'd fill it with goodies to take to the hospital when she goes to have him. Like a new little onesie, some cute little booties, a couple of burp cloths, sample sizes of baby lotion, soap, etc,

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  79. That basket would be great for holding my balls of yarn when I am working on a crochet project!

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  80. This basket would be great for my EPP shapes---scraps and papers on one side and basted shapes on the other ready for the next step. Thanks for offering a giveaway.

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  81. I would use this to store my sewing current fabrics projects.Gorgeous!!

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  82. I would use it to keep current sewing and knitting projects orgainized. Thank you! :)

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  83. I have been needing something to keep my running gear in so that I can grab it and run out the door. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  84. This is so cute, I would use it to transport my current sewing project to and from my moms house... We get together to sew weekly!! It would help to keep me organized.

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  85. eihter selflessly for my daughter to put her doll's bits and pieces in, or maybe for organising those projects I want to have at hand. Choices, choices!

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  86. Such a cute bag! I'd use it for my fabric scraps in my sewing area.

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  87. I'd use this basket to keep my frequently used quilting supplies.
    lflemin@msn.com

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  88. Great job with your little bag! I'd use it in our kitchen to organize keys, iphones, etc. that clutter our counter. Many thanks!

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  89. I would totally use it to separate my scraps when sewing!

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  90. Love that bag! I'd use it to take to knitting group ..one side my knitting & the other side my sons dinosaurs & cars!

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  91. Love the bag- I'd use it to store fat quarters.

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  92. So pretty! Looks like a knitting project basket to me!

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  93. I love this basket! I would use it to store sewing supplies!

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  94. Love the dotty basket! I'd use it to protect yarn from my 10 year old maine coon cat, who still thinks she's a kitten and wants to play with yarn. Even though one 'no' a day works (until she tries again the next day) it's better to keep temptation from her!

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  95. the basket would definately have to live beside my sewing machine so I can admire it while I sew - the other items would be so nice to have tucked in my purse, for a little bit of happiness each time I look inside! :) thanks for the giveaway!

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  96. I would love to use this basket to organize my sewing table! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  97. I think the basket would look cute filled with my small fabric squares I cut out of my scraps! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  98. So pretty! I'd use it for some smaller knitting projects. :)

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  99. Looks like a great basket to clean up the sewing room!

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  100. I would keep fat quarters in it :)

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  101. This is lovely! I think I would use this to tote around my sewing essentials, which travel back and forth between the basement (where they live) and the living room (where I do my sewing). Right now I'm using a plastic bin with a shattered side from when it got accidentally kicked down the stairs.

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  102. i would use this to keep all the bits and pieces on my breakfast bar away from my puppy who eats everything!

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  103. I'd use it for craft supplies. Yay!

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  104. I would use this to organize my daughter's art supplies.

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  105. I would use this divided basket in my sewing room for sure! Yay...a key ring.

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  106. This would be an excellent basket to keep my yarn and supplies together for a knitting project. I love it!

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  107. Wow, this is adorable. I think I would use it in my sewing room.

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  108. I would use this for my sewing projects and hope that it doesn't end up in my five year old's room.

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  109. Looks like a great bag for 2 knitting projects at once. Not that I do that... ;p

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  110. I have some crocheting that would love to hang out in that bag!!

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  111. This gorgeous bag will be on my desk and in it will be my colleague books. Keychain will be used for key of my new car. And wallet for money for my lounch at colleague. This is beautiful. My email : iva.pejnovic@gmail.com

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  112. I think I'd keep it by the back door and use it to hold all the things I want to take out to the car but almost never remember to.

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  113. My daughter Sofia adores this bag because she loves everything that has dots ;) I would use this bag in our bathroom for keeping diapers for my two kids ;)

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  114. I think i would use it to store my sewing supplies.

    chevybelair1 at juno dot com

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  115. This is so beautiful and would be perfect for my craft room!

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  116. I'd probably use this basket for my more portable projects, like knitting! So cute!

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  117. I would use the lovely bag to carry my hexies in progress and notions to quilt group each week

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  118. I love your basket! Thank you for the chance to win it.

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  119. I love the basket! Thanks for the chance to win. aevrard@rcn.com

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  120. I love this divided basket - I would use to keep bits & pieces of my sewing & quilting organised. Thanks for the chance to win,

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  121. Love this-I would use it for my sewing supplies! lwallace237@gmail.com

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  122. it will be used for organization in our homeschool room

    glazefamily3 AT gmail.com

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  123. For hand sewing! it's beautiful! sarah@forrussia.org

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  124. This would go on the change table!

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  125. Cute basket! I would carry around my sewing supplies in here.

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  126. I'd love one of these to keep my granddaughters changing items in. Right now they are in a cardboard box. Shame on me… Thanks for participating in the Giveaway Day.

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  127. i do all hand piecing and hand quilting. i am constantly misplacing my thread, thimble, etc. this would be perfect to drop them in and then i would know where they are. they are really pretty, no wonder your friends are crazy for them. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  128. I would keep my crochet stuff inside this basket

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  129. This is beautiful! I'd definitely use it for yarn and craft items! Thanks for the chance to win. =)

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  130. What a cute basket! I would use it to keep all of my sewing bits and pieces in one place. It would look so pretty next to my sewing machine!

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  131. It would go in my sewing room if I could keep my daughter away from it! It is awesome!

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  132. I'd love to use this basket in my sewing room for my empty bobbins.....

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  133. I would use it to organize hair accessories for the kids. So cute!

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  134. I would totally fill this pretty basket up with my current knitting project (looks much better than the plastic bag it is in at the moment) and it would make it super easy to take with me to swim practice.

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  135. Adorable! I think this would work great for corralling items in my daughter's bedroom.

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  136. Cute basket - I would use it for all those pesky bills and fliers at the front door! Would make them look so much nicer!

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  137. I bet my daughter would want it, but maybe I could keep it for craft things. :)

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  138. Love the basket. I would use it to corral some books in my daughter's room. It would keep her bedside reading material tidy. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  139. This would likely go in my car to keep me organized. Right now my car floor is covered in crap.

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  140. I would use it for my current embroidery project. So attractive to carry anywhere.

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  141. I love the basket! I would use it next to my chair to keep the projects I am working on while watching TV. Thank you for sharing!

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  142. To carry around my epp from room to room in the house, it's beautiful.

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  143. That basket is adorable and I think it would look great in my sewing room with my latest project supplies in it.
    Thanks for the chance to win it!

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  144. I was going to say as a yarn basket but I think if I won I'd make it my car basket. Currently in the footwell or seat I have a black boxy-basket which I keep my cd's, charging cables, parking permits and sundries in. If I won this beauty would be my new driving companion.

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  145. I love baskets for organizing items! I would be selfish and keep this one in my sewing room to organize all of the notions that are scattered about my table. Thanks so very much for offering this generous giveaway!

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  146. That looks like a great basket for craft projects - perhaps my knitting could go in there.

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  147. I'd organize my kids' books in the living room :)

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  148. I would use it for some of my sewing supplies that I keep near me when I am quilting. Thanks for participating in the giveaway. It will be a lovely prize for your winner.
    Regards,
    Anna

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  149. I would use this basket in my classroom for supplies!
    amy.forkner(at)gmail(dot)com

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  150. I would love to use this as my knitting/crochet project bag! Thanks for the chance to win

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  151. Like it? LOVE it! I would use it for crocheting projects.

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  152. beautiful! I'd probably use it to take my needlepoint projects with me!

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  153. I would keep my current embroidery project in this.

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  154. I would use this for any of my stitching and appliqueing projects.

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  155. I would use it in my car to store my portable earthquake kit. I drive a small car without a trunk, so I see the kit all the time and I'd like to store the essentials in something pretty rather than the small rubbermaid tote that I currently use. Plus, this would be much easier to carry if need be.

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  156. I would use this adorable basket on my sewing table to hold the essential and notions! Love it! thanks!

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  157. I need to organize my sewing things and this would definitely accoplish that! Cute tote! Awesome fabric! Thanks for the giveaway. katiebabe1114@yahoo.com

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  158. This is perfect to sit on my desk and keep my sewing stuff organized. However, it may migrate to the kids nursery and be put to good use there

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  159. Sewing projects for my Sat quilt UFO group. It is very cute.

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  160. This perfectly perky polka-dot pail would be perfect for displaying some of my PEZ collection!!

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  161. I would use it for condoms and tissues on my bedside table :)
    vd.kaja@gmail.com

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  162. Awsome basket! I would use it for my babie's stuff.
    mara.loritto@gmail.com

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  163. It would fit perfectly for all of my remote controls- dvd, tv, radio, home theatre system...
    abuneta@gmail.com

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  164. I would use it to corral some yarn and projects!
    Feathermar atyahoodotcom

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  165. this seems like the perfect bag as a go between from the house to the car... there are always things i bring out to the car and then neglect to take back inside. this would be the perfect place to contain them!

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  166. This is so cute. I would use it to hold fabric. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  167. I have two kids in diapers now and like to keep them close by in the living room. I would store them in here! So cute!

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  168. I'd put it on my kitchen table and put napkins in it. I would want to see it everyday!

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  169. I have yarn all over the place, so thats what I would use it for!

    jachelno at gmail dot com

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  170. i would use it for sewing projects, looks awesome!

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  171. My daughter would love it for her little dolls. magpied.piperatgmaildotcm

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  172. It's a gorgeous bag indeed, and much as I'd love to use it for my knitting, I imagine our little twin chimps would end up having half each, to keep some toys in...one of them has a favourite which is an owl, incidentally! The other is a seal :) Sorry I couldn't manage to type in my email address here, I doubt I'll win, but if I were so lucky, I could email it. Thank you :)

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  173. What a great basket no wonder your friends are loving the ones you made them! I would either use it for my crochet when I am making dishcloths or for my epp

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  174. ljubikis@gmail.com
    Sovice su mi prekrasne i neodoljive! :) Stvarno divna košara koja bi zasigurna u mom domu našla svoje mjesto - koristila bih je za časopise i knjige koje trenutno čitam. Uvijek mi je pored kreveta hrpica knjiga ,a zaista bi bilo puno ljepše kada bi stajale u ovoj košari!

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  175. That basket is great! I'd use it to hold yarn for knitting projects.
    bryghtrose at gmail dot com

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  176. I'd love this basket ! I'd love to use it to organize our entry way stuff - sunscreen and bug spray on one side, swim goggles and head phones on the other !

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  177. I would use this basket for my new crochet supplies. Im just learning. Thanks for the chance.
    clunsford at gmail dot com

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  178. i would use it for my sewing table, keep the threads i am using in one side and my specialty feet in the other side. beautiful.

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  179. I would use the basket in my sewing room to keep my supplies better organized. I think it is fantastic!

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  180. I would use this basket to bring some sort of organization to my life. I love the fabrics! Thank you for this opportunity!

    rainadelrio(at)cox(dot)net

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  181. so cute! I would use it in my sewing room to organize some of my notions.

    queenbpez{at}comcast{dot}net
    Barbara P.

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  182. so many uses for such a basket but probably would use in my sewing room

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  183. definetly see it on my sewing table for all my little bits, i've had a crush on these baskets for a while now lol

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  184. It would be great for sewing supplies.

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  185. Love this basket! I want to give it to my friend who knits. It would be so awesome for her.

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  186. I would use it for my scraps! Warm colors on one side, cool on the other!

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  187. Love the basket - I'd use it on my sewing table to store supplies. Thanks.

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  188. I will use it for my 2.5" scraps! I've tried to make fabric baskets and have failed terribly!

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  189. I would use this for my small quilt rulers and those special items that you use constantly like the tape measure.

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  190. So cute! I'm positive that my 2.5 year old daughter would immediately claim this as her own, fill it with treasures, and carry it around the house.

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  191. Love it!! It will go on my sewing table for my rulers, cutters, ect. :)
    craftyccain@gmail.com

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  192. I'd use the basket for my kiddos homework organizer. She's autistic and loves boxes and baskets of all types so I'd share with her!

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  193. I'd use that great basket for embroidery supplies. I have a ton of thread and patterns!

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  194. I'd keep all of my puppy's supplies in it, for the puppy sitter that comes to visit when I am at work :)

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  195. I'd use it to keep my hand quilting supplies in.

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  196. I sew at our dining table so this would be great for keeping all my essential bits in so I can clear the table for meals and set up again quickly afterwards.

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  197. I'd use it for my crochet project

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