Grand Bazaar is in da house!

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Based on the amount of emails we've been receiving and posts like this one, I gather you all are itching to get sewing with Grand Bazaar, eh? Well, the great news is that your wait is over. News from the powers that be say that Grand Bazaar started to ship last week and continues on this week, so you should be seeing it pop up here & there any day now! WOOHOO!

We've been getting busy around the studio preparing for our next pattern release, which features Grand Bazaar heavily. Jon built me a nifty little photo studio at MODKID HQ... check it out:

photo-studio

Photo buffs out there: yes, I know the lights are not in the proper position. We are still working on getting everything situated right, but ain't it cool anyway?!

We have a 10' x 8' light wood floating floor that sits over the real wood floors for when I need to switch off the floor color. There's a seamless white backdrop hanging overhead for when I need a clean and modern look, but I don't know when I'll actually use it... I am absolutely madly in love with that marigold color on the walls! I take no credit for that since it was already painted that color when we moved in, but I am giddy with excitement over the gorgeousness of the photos with this sunny wall. Just look at these...

New Kyoko in Persian Wall and Spade.

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New Julia in Playful Paisley and Sun Dot.

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Dolls, dolls and more dolls...

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Mini-naomi-3

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Purses...

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Everything looks good against that yellow wall. YIPPEE! And ooops.... I do believe I just gave you guys a little sneak peek of our Fall pattern release. But just wait... there's waaaay more where that came from! A full reveal is in the works (I just don't have it all photographed yet).


Soooo, to celebrate the arrival of my baby, Grand Bazaar, I will give away three ribbon samplers to three lucky readers. These ribbons coordinate perfectly with the fabrics and are so much fun to use!

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Leave me a comment and tell me what you'll make with the fabric and the ribbons when you get them. I'll pick 3 winners for a ribbon sampler, like the ones shown below, a week from today. I love to hear from all you guys!!

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Edited: if you're wondering where to get your Grand Bazaar mug like the one on the post I linked to above, just go to my Zazzle store. I have the whole collection here at the studio and can honestly say they are top notch quality! :)

Edited, again: uhmmm... please leave a way for us to contact you if you win! ;)

**THE CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED AND WINNERS ARE POSTED HERE.***

136 comments:

  1. It all looks so beautiful! That wall colour is amazing and works really well with your new line.

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  2. I'm with you, the yellow is just stunning! White is so boring!!!

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  3. Oh wow. Awesome stuff Patty. I just LOVE those little purses for the dolls. Just too cute. I'm sure an outfit/purse for my Granddaughter and her doll would be my first attempt in using the fabric and ribbons.

    Your creations are awesome looking against that wall. Wow.

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  4. I LOVE what you have done with the ribbon on the purses! I think I would like to try a purse if I win the ribbon. My daughters are also ITCHING for me to make some doll clothes! In fact, they were peering over my shoulder at this blog post! :)

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  5. Oh my they are gorgeous!! I think I want to make another Sydney out of them. But then, I think a Kyoko is calling my name as well. I love the bright rich colors of the stained glass window looking print. Just gorgeous!!

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  6. I love the bright wall!
    If I won, I'd make something for my own little granddaughter. She's 4, and if I showed her these pics, she'd want one of everything. I love it all!

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  7. I'd be making something adorable for my little girl.
    aliben7@gmail.com

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  8. Patty it's all so pretty! I am sewing a crazy storm here trying to get my daughter's fall wardrobe going. I would use the ribbon for the trim and belts on her outfits. Oh gosh I think my daughter needs the fabric too!

    The doll patterns are cayoot! I have made two dresses out of your peasant like top pattern for dolls so far. Kit and her Bitty sister are OH so happy! Haha!

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  9. It all looks fantastic. I think I'd love to make one of those purses but would probably end up making something for my little girl. Or maybe both:)

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  10. Beautiful , beautiful. I'd make something for me and my girls if I were lucky enough to win.

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  11. So beautiful! And stunning with the marigold wall, love it!! I would make some fun matchy sets for my girls if I were lucky enough to be a winner :)

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  12. I'm dying to make a ruffled skirt or dress with multiple colorways for my granddaughter!!
    I also want to make a sun dress for her and use the ribbon for the collar and straps!

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  13. Your ribbon on the strap of that really cute messenger bag is my first inspiration! I can see it easily used on bags, pillows and even around the bottom of some jeans. It's beautiful.
    Love the doll's purses! Can't see how you got so much detail on something so tiny! Amazing!

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  14. Gorgeous! We are redoing our bathroom and using yellow for the walls. I do believe you just gave me an idea of what to use for the new shower curtain--Grand Bazaar!

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  15. Nikky5:35 PM

    Beautiful fabric I can't wait to see the rest!!

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  16. I would embellish little girl dresses -- which is what I'm doing this August -- making little girl dresses. :)

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  17. Oh, I'd love some of that ribbon to embellish my jeans and a shirt or two!

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  18. Ooo! I'd love these ribbons! I'm sure to use them to embellish something delightful for my girls!

    Thanks for the chance!

    (email linked to profile)

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  19. I love these sneaky peek posts you do! The ribbons are gorgeous. I'm sewing school uniforms in navy for my daughter who starts school in September, and I would sew some ribbons of her choosing on the inside as a little treat for her and for a splash of colour!
    Angela

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  20. Frida! With the ribbon on the hem line at the bottom <3

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  21. I love the fabric it is beautiful and so bright. I would put it in a quilt! Love the fabric!

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  22. Beautiful! I always love your fabrics and the ribbons are so nice. thanks for the chance to win.

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  23. I think I'd make a carry-on size tote bag with the pretty fabric and incredible ribbon. What beautiful work!

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  24. Patty, I absolutely LOVE all of your designs! My husband says "yeah too much" HA as if there is such a thing when it comes to fabric and patterns! ;-) Your fabric just makes me happy, which is why more than half of my craft room is filled with it! I just bought your Naomi pattern for my 6 yo and she wants me to make the dress from Persian Wall in Melon, Spade in Pumpkin & Sultan's Heart in White. Good choices I think. I can't wait for your fall pattern release. Thank you for the chance to win the ribbon. If I win, I'll be making my daughter some matching accessories for her Naomi dress. :-)

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  25. I love to make skirts for me and dresses and skirts for my daughters. We would use the ribbons for trimming, to give our handmade items pizzazz!

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  26. granddaugther dresses and daughter purses

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  27. I'd love to use the ribbon as a fun trim on a bag!

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  28. My 5 year old would definitely scoop the ribbons and coordinating fabric for her annual back-to-school dress.....I give her the pick of my fabric stash and my embellishments each year.

    P.S. I have studio envy!

    hpennie at amtelecom dot net

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  29. I know exactly what I'd make with the ribbons! I've been holding off on adding a detail to a dress for my daughter until I could get a hold of some!!!
    Thanks
    Melissa
    Mortenson (at) insightbb (dot) com

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  30. My 5 year old (the girly-girl, as opposed to the tomboy) would just love a dress with matching dolls clothes. May have to attempt that for her now she's seen your gorgeous dolls!

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  31. I too love yellow on walls. The AG doll patterns are really calling to me. They are adorable and my daughter would love them. Can't wait to see this great line in the stores soon!

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  32. Dresses for my daughter-love the colors!

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  33. Thanks Patty, I love the mugs so need to make some accessories for my new kitchen to match them now. I almost fell over when you actually commented on my post and I'm so excited that it's shipping now! I saw the fabric just after I got back from Istanbul so it was just perfect.

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  34. I can't wait to make a Kyoko dress with Painted Palace prints!!!!!

    valeriya@hot.rr.com

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  35. What inspirational photos! I'd love to use the trim and fabric on a new fall wardrobe for my little one. She'll be starting preschool for the first time, and would look great in your fabrics. I'd love to create a fun dress to giveaway on my blog too!

    Thank you for the wonderful giveaways!

    www.loispearl.blogspot.com
    e.stewart.hill@gmail.com

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  36. I think it's time for a little "selfish sewing"!I would make a tunic for myself and a matching one for my daughter! emilynsaylor(at) gmail dot com

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  37. Oh FUN! I love it all. I can see myself making a lot of fun little dresses out of that fabric...and the ribbon!? Well that would make the perfect trim for all those twirlly skirts. I seriously love it!

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  38. Maybe trim for dresses or super cute bags! Katja
    violetvata@hotmail.com

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  39. Oh. my. goodness!!! Your new line is gorgeous and your new patterns are totally fabulous!!!I would love to make my 2 daughters dresses and also their dolls. Oh, oh... the purses are so gorgeous. (for sure need to make a couple of those) I love the way you incorporated the yummy ribbon there.

    Thanks for the chance to win some of these gorgeous ribbons.

    juliesuchaprettydress dot com

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  40. Oh I would love to win. I make Boobook owl ribbon toys for babies and your fabrics and ribbons would just look amazing on them. Can't wait to try!

    Jane
    lilpipdesigns (at) gmail (dot) com

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  41. My 6 yr old granddaughter LOVEs the garments I make from your patterns and fabrics. The ribbons are just cream on the top!

    Thank you!

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  42. ooh, tough to choose, but I'd try to stretch it out to embellish some pillows, use on the empire waistband of a dress and maybe sew on straps of a purse. They are so beautiful & I am a ribbon junkie!!!

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  43. The colors are so deep and rich!! I'd sew up a few layer skirts for my girls and use the ribbons as bows on the waists and trim on the layers! and wow--I just might have to sew that fun purse for my niece's American Girl doll--so cute!!

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  44. Stunning! I make softies, dolls and am just branching out into little girls clothes, I can just see some gorgeous creations using your fabric and ribbons coming out of my store this season!
    littlesewandsews (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  45. Ooooh, those ribbons would be so gorgeous on the children's clothing I sew!

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  46. The photos and the ribbons are fantastic.

    I have a service project for Japan to share. The pattern designer is an online quilting friend of mine.

    http://www.quiltsforjapan.ca/home

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  47. Whoop whoop!! I'm so excited about this lovely line! I really want to make a diamond quilt..... fingers crossed for some ribbon to match!

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  48. Woooohoooo! I LOVE that ribbon!!! I actually have the Kyoko pattern and some fabric! I am planning on sewing two of them for some twin girls in celebration of a newly adopted sibling!!! Everything you do is BEYOND cute!

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  49. I would make a dress for my daughter and embellish the front with the ribbon. Designsmch@gmail.com

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  50. I love all of it! I would love to make Kyoko for myself in those bright pinks and oranges!

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  51. I love these designs. The ribbons would embellish a pretty dress and be made into matching hair bows.

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  52. Gorgeous! i will make some doll clothes and accessories!!!

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  53. Love the sneak peaks. Can't wait until the patterns come out.

    ginger c at gmail dot com

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  54. this is killing me!!! i would love ALL of these fabrics!!! wow - i can't wait to make my first modkid dress this coming month!

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  55. Oooohhhh, Grand Bazaar is beautiful! I have several ModKid patterns and the new line of fabric gives me another reason to buy more patterns!

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  56. Beautiful ribbon! Not sure what I would make with it but would put it to use somehow!

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  57. So pretty......can't wait to make some gorgeous fall peasant dresses! Shenandoahcustoms on etsy.

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  58. Beautiful!
    I would be tempted to make a pillowcase dress for my little one and a matching top for me :-) :-)

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  59. I saw the pretty pillows you did for market and I'd like to make some. I think with adding some pretty Kona solids(don't you just love them!), i could do it!

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  60. I would make some purses and laptop bags! So gorgeous!

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  61. I love it all! My girls love AG doll clothes and I love the purses, so those will go on my long to do list!

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  62. EEEE! I don't know what I'd do with the ribbon, I've never used any before. I'd probably have to wait until you release that bag pattern, then use it for that.

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  63. Ohhh! you have such a fantastic patterns! I just discover your blog and ...wow! ^-^ so many ideas, colours and a lot of funny!
    And the ribbons you show in this post are fantastic, now I want to emprove my sewing skills just for try your models and materials!

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  64. Anonymous1:20 AM

    wonderful work !!!!
    If I winn, I will use the ribbon to decorate au kyoko for me :) and I will take photos to let my friends know : http://fanmodkid.canalblog.com/

    Thanks
    www.panieracerises.com

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  65. I love the ribbon on the bags - that's a great detail. And my girls are begging for me to make some more matching doll clothes!

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  66. Isabelle1:52 AM

    I would definitely make a Kyoko in spade and Sultan's Heart and some dolls' purses with remnants !
    Thank you !

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  67. How gorgeous! Everything looks amazing on that yummy wall color. I would love them to make my girlies some dresses! tanilovelol@gmail.com

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  68. I would use the ribbon for my daughter's dresses I'm making. She grew a whole size (in length!) during the last few months, so I'm quite busy! LOL.
    By the way; that marigold is so beautiful and a great background for your pictures!

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  69. Oh my goodness... what wouldn't I make? Such beautiful colors. I think I'm drooling over the ribbon. They'd look fabulous on a purse, but I might have to hold onto them for a bit and just stare. ;)

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  70. What gorgeous fabrics and ribbons! I would love to create some bright and beautiful items for my daughters nursery.

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  71. Love the American Girl patterns and the little purses are soo cute!

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  72. Spending a week of vacation with grandnieces and their dolls, so American Girl clothes it is! sbsford(at)gmail(dot)com

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  73. I would love to make my grandgirl a dress. Thank you for the giveaway.
    Blessings, Lori
    itsybitsystitches@gmail.com

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  74. I'd be adding them to my patch cushions to give it that finished look.

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  75. Wow, what a gorgeous line, Patty! Truly, you have out done yourself and I cannot wait to see this line in stores. For my girls, the answer is obvious - dresses and shirts and even perhaps a matching doll if I decide they are old enough yet! Oh we could certainly have fun with this line in our home! The projects are just endless...

    Thanks for the generous chance!
    dnagrl83@gmail.com

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  76. I would make a purse!

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  77. Anonymous7:48 AM

    I can't wait to get my hands on some of that ribbon!! I am picturing a skirt for my daughter with a ribbon trim.....
    allysont@ecologyfund.net

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  78. Tabitha O.8:06 AM

    Beautiful stuff from the wall color to the new collection...can't wait to see it all! I think I would incorporate the ribbons into a fabric collage/painting inspired by one of the prints momtasticstitchery at gmail

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  79. My niece is an American Girl Doll fan so I think I'd like to make her a couple of those ADORABLE doll outfits. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  80. I just love everything you design. I would love to have some of your beautiful ribbon to use with the purses I make. Thanks for making sewing so much fun.

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  81. I think I'd try to do some purses/bags for my girls' dolls. They'd be so happy!! I also think I'd make some ribbon belts for my girls. shansen20@ hotmail dot com

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  82. Anonymous8:58 AM

    I am planning on making clothing for my daughter and one love those purses! That ribbon is the most devine ribbon I have ever seen! I always love all the colors you use.

    Kim M

    Kimmieclover(at)aol(dot)com

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  83. I like them,the color and the design.

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  84. Love your new fabric. I would make Julia out of the spice market line.

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  85. Ithink I would make a peasant style blouse and use the ribbon trim on the yoke. So fun!!

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  86. Awww...be still my heart...coordinating ribbons! Beautiful line of fabric!

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  87. Yeah! I'd make some frida tops for my girls for back to school & use the ribbon to trim the bottom!

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  88. I've been blessed with 2 little girls ages 2 and 4. I love making them dresses and ruffle pants. I can't wait to get my hands on this new collection, esp the ribbon.

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    liz at mommysaidsew.com

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  89. These fabrics are begging to be made into a bright, beautiful quilt!

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  90. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!! I cannot wait to see this in stores. My 5 yr old daughter is from China and she is in love with the Kyoko which is exatly what I will make.

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  91. I've been so excited about that ribbon, ever since you first posted about it. With some of that matching fabric, I just know I could make the cutest things for my daughters... maybe another Kyoko?! j-j-s AT juno DOT com

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  92. Beautiful ribbons! They're so pretty. I'd want to wear them, maybe as some type of jewelry?

    yarwoot@hotmail.com

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  93. I've been wanting to make a kyoko for a long time. Those ribbons would definitely give me the kick in the pants I need to get started on it!

    jmontgomery42@gmail.com

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  94. Hubby and I went to Turkey for our anniversary. I'm loving the Grand Bazaar line. I'd use the ribbon on a bag.

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  95. I need to make myself a couple new funky and casual purses. Now that I'm not in office gear all the time, I need better options. I've been waiting for your fabrics to release to do this! Super excited.

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  96. BAM! So gorgeous! My little sass would love to rock those ribbons! Great stuff. As always.

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  97. oooh, pretty!! I'd make ribbon-decorated pillows for my living room. Those are great colors for fall :)
    paintedbutterflystudio@yahoo.com

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  98. Beautiful! I love making handbags and messenger bags for kids as gifts, so that fabric & ribbon would work perfect. Congratulations on your on going success.
    marsi@kmdezine.com

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  99. Skirts for my girls :)

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  100. Lauren10:08 PM

    Ever since I saw your line previewed on True Up, I've been dreaming of making a duvet cover with it. With those ribbons I'd have to make matching pillows! So glad the wait is over and the fabric is finally here!!

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  101. Beautiful! I would use them for belts or as accents for my daughters dresses

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  102. Looks great... can't wait to see the new patterns!!!
    benjiandkyla(at)msn(dot)com

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  103. Anonymous12:47 AM

    I am so mesmerized by the gorgeous designs and colorful fabrics. I've recently started sewing after scrapbooking for 10 years. If I had known I would have so much fun mixing and matching notions and fabrics, I would have started sooner. I've also discovered that i have a niche for bags. Can't wait to mix and match your new ribbons on my purses and dresses. kimismama@aol.com

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  104. School is just around the corner and I would love to include some of that awesome ribbon in some back-to-school fashion!

    Thanks!

    Linda Fleming

    lmhensell@netzero.net

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  105. Wow! Amazing! I just discovered your work, and you can bet I'll be making some orders. Love it all!

    -Tara

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  106. Liz M.2:01 PM

    OMG! Your new fabric line is beautiful. Someday I hope to make it thru your hometown to see ModKid HQ in person. The coordinating ribbons are such a great touch. Thanks for your creativity.
    LIZ M.

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  107. Liz M.2:03 PM

    Liz M. contact didn't work, so here it is. Sorry.
    djesmeek@comcast.net

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  108. I'm looking forward to making a bag with the new line!

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  109. Awesome, exactly what we need, Beautiful fabrics, colors, patterns and trims. Thanks so much for pulling it all together giving us all one big jam session bringing ideas so alive that we too can glow and give. Congratulations

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  110. Yay! I already have MY Kyoko, my daughter's and her doll's ready to go, just waiting on the fabric to get here! Those ribbons would be the icing on the cake!!

    sweetwatercloth at gmail dot com

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  111. how lovely! What would I do with a ribbon sampler? Probably sit and stare at it!

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  112. Just gorgeous as always!

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  113. I would love to make back to school dresses for my 2 girls with grand bazaar fabric! I would use the spice market palette and the kyoko pattern. So many great places to use the ribbon.
    Carla
    cdotyd@comcast.net

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  114. Oooohh! I am making my daughter a few items for when she starts school in August. I would love to use the ribbon and fabric for trims! I would use up every single inch of that stuff!

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  115. I cannot wait to make dresses for my girls and apron for me (and I guess for my girls as well :)!!!

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  116. Oh, I have a vintage wrap-around sunsuit pattern (ties in the back and front) that would be adorable trimmed with your ribbon!

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  117. Doll patterns! Yippee!

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  118. love, love, love this new collection. Is so fresh and vibrant, just perfect :D. I would like to use ribbons to make a purse and a little wallet, maybe like your doll's handbag.
    thank you so much for this chance to win :D

    Elena
    lenarod8@yahoo.es

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  119. Wow! Those fabrics are so happy! I love the wall color, too, and painted my kitchen that color. I like the purses, and the ribbons, and the fabric,.....!

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  120. Beautiful stuff! I've been hanging out for this line to be released!
    I'll be making some beautiful tribal bellydance choli tops and gathered skirts with this fabric. If I won the ribbons, i would make some beautiful matching hair pieces!

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  121. Love these colors and patterns! I think I'd make some matching belts and hair bows for my daughters! I'd use the rest for some eyecatching ribbon skirts or garland!
    sazzyfrazz at gmail dot com

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  122. Everything looks so yummy! I can't wait to make new modkid doll clothes!!!

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  123. those ribbons are so yummy, just like everything you do! (ps my walls are that same delicious yellow!)

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  124. Forgot to add contact details! linda.c.schouten@gmail.com

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  125. We are yellow lovers here too! thanks for the lovely giveaway. I would love to brighten up the cottage w/ some oversized cushions!
    butler83ataoldotcom

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  126. Love your new line. I would probably make some no slip headbands and girls clothing with the fabric.

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  127. I am using Grand Bazzar fabric to make my newborns nursery bedding and decor!! I am so happy that you offer this.

    nicole.monique@yahoo.com

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  128. I am going to make Mommy and daughter co-ordinating Kyotos.

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  129. I would love to sew myself a pretty skirt with your colourful fabrics & of course embellish it with your gorgeous ribbons !!!

    erin...
    erinrizz@yahoo.com

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  130. elizabeth2:19 PM

    I would make up the new pattern I just bought Naomi.

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  131. Hmm...I think your fabrics tend to look fabulous as shower curtains (see my post in my blog vintageruth.blogspot.com under the post" Three Kyokos and a Shower Curtain"). If I could get enough yardage...I'd make another shower curtain for our bathroom. I've been wanting to make another one and this time w/ embellishments (aka...ribbon!) Thanks for the gorgeous fabric collections! ~Ruth (vintageruth@hotmail.com)

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  132. LOVE these bright colors! I make baby bibs, so I'm sure I'd figure out a way to make a super cute bib (or accessorize it) out of all these awesome items!

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  133. I am just beginning to make clothes for my baby girl. All that color would look so cute!

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  134. OMG Looove the doll clothes and everything else !!!
    Beautiful !

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  135. Hello,

    Thanks for sharing your views about Fashion doll ribbons. It is very elegant and sophisticated, which doll would surely look like the star of the show...

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