Thursday, March 20, 2014

Giveaway Day ~ French & Swiss


Well, we do love Paris around here.

This is a fun line - Pepe in Paris.

Look at these colorways.
Lime, red and blue, pink and grey!


We have


as well as
yardage of the red moustaches and...


The towers stand 2 inches tall. 




And leaving France, we move onto
 Riley Blake's 
Swiss Dots collection.
Bright, fun color.



You get the solids and then you get the
white with the colored swiss dots.


We have these precuts
 and more in the shop.


Perfect for
 so many projects!


Our giveaway is a Pepe in Paris 5" charm pack.
To enter the drawing,
tell me something French.

Update:  Congrats to "Learn How to Make Quilts"
You are the winner tonight!

Random drawing Friday night.

116 comments:

  1. J'aime patchwork!

    missquested@gmail

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  2. J'ai 44 ans et j'aime la vie.
    tagelaursenpiaeriksen@gmail.com

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  3. Merci pour l'occasion!
    Salutations de Hongrie,
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  4. Bonjour!!I love these fabrics. Want to go back to France some day. Visited a quilt festival in Val d'Argent some years ago and it was so fun.

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  5. Une grande merci pour la chance! C'est formidable (which is more than anyone can say about my french!). Thank you so much.
    groot.heleen@gmail.com

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  6. Je viens de la grande ville de Montreal, mais je suis anglais. Quelque jour j'espair de visiter a Paris.

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  7. Oh geez, french... C'est la vie! I tend to be better at saying than spelling. I was in Paris a couple years ago with my Mother and we had a blast! The more wine I drank the better my french was, and since I am currently pregnant, my french is forgetful, just like me these days! Thanks for the chance to win! Merci beaucoup!
    cherie.goyer at gmail.com

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  8. pommes de terre frites = French Fries :-)

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  9. Bonjour!! Cést très bon - that´s very good :)
    These fabrics are gorgeous!!

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  10. C'est une belle journée aujourd'hui

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  11. Bonjour! J'adore la France! I've been twice and can't wait to go again. These fabrics are lovely!

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  12. My first holiday with my now husband was in Paris! Tres jolie!

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  13. Never been to France and don't speak the language, but I love those Eiffel towers. very cute fabric.

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  14. L'amour dans les pres! Which is also a tv program, I love our local version of it (Farmer seeks wife is the English of it) I learnt French for 5 years in high school, but managed to forget most of it. Still love how it sounds though, but the French often speak SO fast, that I seriously can't make anything of it and I just end up looking flabbergasted... I totally rule that look.

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  15. Beau tissu de gens merveilleux! Merci une fois de plus pour une belle cadeau!

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  16. My french is non-existent! Wee Wee - sorry, I know that's wrong :-)

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  17. Merci beaucoup pour vos gentilesse. This means thank you very much for your kindness.

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  18. Mon Dieu what a great line of fabrics.

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  19. Merci for the wonderful giveaway!

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  20. Ooooh la la is all I've got today. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  21. J'aime le tissu avec des points! And no, I don't speak french. I just really like translators :))

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  22. Hmmm...I can't speak French, but we do love French Toast for breakfast. =) Actually, my BIL and SIL went to France to study French and are currently in Burkina Faso, West Africa...it's a nation that speaks French. They'll be here in a couple weeks and I can ask them something French then. =)

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  23. Merci beaucoup for the chance to win some lovely fabric!

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  24. Merci beaucoup is about as far as my high school French goes. Oh and I can say "you are a pineapple" but that never actually seems to fit the circumstances

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  25. Well, this isn't in French but it's about French people. My gggg......great grandmother (can't recall the number of greats off the top of my head) is considered the first French child that was born and survived in New France (the French colony in what became Canada). Her godmother was the wife of the explorer Samuel de Champlain.

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  26. I don't know any French but I like French fries and French toast.

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  27. Merci pour le cadeau d'amusement!

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  28. Thanks...or should I say merci?

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  29. J'aime piquer. Vous remercier de l'occasion. (I love quilting and Thank you for the opportunity)

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  30. Thanks for the giveaway - I love those Eiffel Towers! Merci!
    ltenhage@gmail.com

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  31. There is always the song, "voulez vous couchez a ec moi" but not really appropriate. Merci

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  32. J'habite a Rochechouart en France :-)

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  33. French Kisses!!!!! Thanks for the fun give away!!!!

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  34. French toast, which I had for breakfast this morning...lol....thank you for the give away...

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  35. I see England, I see France.
    I see someone's underpants!
    ;-)
    fiberbabble at google

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  36. Ooh la la! I do like French mustard (just trying to be original!)

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  37. Uhm... Mes filles aiment la Tour Eiffel! I think that's right...

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  38. Oui, j'aime tissu! Merci beaucoup

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  39. I have never been to France ;-( but I would love to win your give away !

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  40. French fries???? or fries français, which is french fries in french....:)

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  41. French fries...but is that really French?!?

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  42. Bonjour, je m'appelle Juliet et je t'aime les anana et mon chat!

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  43. Merci! That's pretty much all I can say. It's been a long time since high school.

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  44. Merci beaucoup!
    Thank you for a sweet giveaway!

    cobaltt16@yahoo.com

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  45. Bienvenue au printemps! (welcome spring!) Et merci pour la chance a gagner. :)

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  46. Merci and bonjour is about all I know in French.

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  47. I'd love to explore French pastries. Does that count as telling you something French?

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  48. The 2 most important things I needed to know while in Paris (other than merci lol) - ou est le toilette and sil vous plai. (Please don't laugh at my spelling lol). VermontPines at aol dot com

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  49. What great fabric! My DD took the trip of her life and visited Paris. I would love to make her a remembrance bag. Merci! for the fun giveaway!

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  50. Bonjour! The favorite French saying at our house is "vive le tour! (de France)" I have been fortunate to visit France twice; would love to go to Paris again!

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  51. Oooo la la! That is the only French I know. Thanks!

    dbelliott at outlook dot com

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  52. All I can think of are French Fries? Does that count??

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  53. Ju sui Rebeckah! (No Idea how to spell it!)

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  54. Well "French Fry" was my first thought but my favorite pet in French.....teckel Do you know what it is??? Dachshund!

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  55. Je peux parler francais, mais seulement un petit peu! Lol I don't even know if I say that right. Growing up, my favorite band was a japanese rock band called L'Arc-en-ciel and one of my favorite songs that they do is called C'est la Vie!

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  56. Wee wee. In France you can get ice cream at 2 am. My boyfriend did it a few years ago when he was lost in Paris.

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  57. Merci. I love this fun fabric.

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  58. Merci is the only French word I know. I'd love to win this fabric.

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  59. Eclairs, crepes, baguette... Yummy yummy!

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  60. Bonjour, je suis enchante pour vous fabrics.

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  61. I like a good French wine: Chablis, Bordeaux...or perhaps, some champagne!
    :o)

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  62. It's been a long time since I've spoken French (in high school) so I'll simply go with a few of my favorite foods - French bread, French fries and French toast! Merci beaucoup!

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  63. My favorite French food is crepes', especially dessert crepes'

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  64. How about a French Horn?
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  65. Word for quilt: dessus-de-lit and taffy: bonbon au caramel. And my last name is French...Roubinet

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  66. Parlevou Frances? LOL I know how to say that but not spell it and I know NADA lol! Thanks for the chance...oh and I can say Eau Claire which means clear water!

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  67. Bonjour...that is all I know, Madame. Love these fabrics.

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  68. I'm terrified of heights, but I rode to the top of the Eiffel Tower on the elevator and enjoyed the beautiful city! Love the fabric. Rcoyle at olemiss dot edu

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  69. J'aime pois. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  70. Vous êtes trop généreux! J'aime ces tissus. Merci pour la chance de gagner.

    Leslie

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  71. The only French I remember is What time is it? I know how to say it, but can't remember how to write it. Love the French fabric. Oh, J'taime!

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  72. Bonjour! And that's one of the few words I know in a French. Merci.

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  73. I love the fabric line French General. I hope to visit France some day. I love the french style.

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  74. 'Sous' as in sous chef means 'under.' That's about all I know. Thanks for the giveaway. svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  75. Would love to visit your beautiful country some day-sorry-don't know any French. However, some of my ancestors were from Normandy.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  76. Bonjour madamoselle! Thanks!!

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  77. Does french fies count? No? well how about:
    J'ai utilisé Google traduction pour comprendre quelque chose à dire.

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  78. Bonjour!!!! These fabrics are tre jolie!!! Sorry, but that´s all the french I learned in 3 years in high school! thanks for the oportunity!

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  79. Merci bien pour le chance, j'ai des bonnes memoires de France parce que j'y habitait pour faire mes etudes

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  80. papillion, for butterfly this is they type of dog I have always owned..

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  81. Merci beaucoup for the chance to win!

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  82. Wow ! J'adore Pépé à Paris ! Paris est la ville que j'aime le plus dans le monde entier !

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  83. Just read "Paris, I love you, but you're bringing me down" - a book by Rosecrans Baldwin. Very funny - especially if you've spent any time over there.

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  84. Bonjour! That's all I got. J'adore the fabric. Merci madame Corrie.
    Christiane Le Clere (my French name from high school)

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