FANFARE FLANNEL LOUNGE ROBES & A FANFARE FAT QUARTER SHOP GIVEAWAY!

Monday, October 7, 2013

Fanfare Flannel Lounge Robes by luvinthemommyhood.com for Made by Rae Fanfare Tour

who is in the mood to win some GORGEOUS new fabric? yay! i'm so beyond excited for the release of rae hoekstra's (made by rae) new line of organic flannels called fanfare flannel from cloud 9 fabrics!

so excited in fact that our awesome sponsor fat quarter shop is hosting a giveaway today! woot woot! so yep - that means that one of you will get to win some fanfare flannel to sew with! i'm also beyond thrilled to be part of my friend rae's blog tour of fanfare flannel! we're lounging it up on this tour! i mean seriously, when i got these flannel's i did not want to share with the kids. i wanted them for myself - sheets, jammies, pillows, blankets, robes - you name it, i wanted it.

Fanfare Flannel Lounge Robes by luvinthemommyhood.com for Made by Rae Fanfare Tour

but when my kids spotted it (and boy did they spot it) they immediately began fighting over who got which print and what they would be. i had to hold back from taking all of it and hiding it in my bedroom for myself..haha..cause that would just be mean...right? lol...well good thing i didn't. my girls and i all agreed that these begged to be robes. not just any robes though but pretty girly lounging robes! we wanted pleats! pretty pleats that added a bit of a vintage dress style to their modern robes!

Fanfare Flannel Lounge Robes by luvinthemommyhood.com for Made by Rae Fanfare Tour


the robes have a 3/4 length sleeve, a simple neckline (although i would love to make a few more with collars or hoods just for fun), belts complete with belt loops and pretty, pretty box pleats all along the front and back of the robe. i'm so happy the girls loved how they turned out as much as i did. they each played a role in designing the robe (what they wanted/didn't want) and choosing their own fabrics. for example we did 3/4 length sleeves because they don't like washing their hands or brushing their teeth with long sleeves cause they get all wet in the sink or they have to roll them up. now they can wear their robes and not worry! so adorable and so perfectly girly!

i had such a gret time making these! only downside was that now i need more fanfare flannel to make myself one...haha! mom needs in on the lounging fun too now! it's just so darn soft and comfy and i'm still swooning over those foxes! i hope you all like the fanfare flannel robes. would anyone be interested in seeing these as a pattern of sorts? 

i know you'll absolutely love rae's fanfare flannel! it's luxuriously soft and so great to sew with. i promised myself i wasn't going to gush too much about rae but i can't help but say how proud of her i am. she's been a friend of mine since i started blogging and she's an amazingly talented, funny and sweet gal. i'm beyond thrilled for all her successes! yay rae - love ya girl! if you'd like to know more about rae and her new fabric line be sure to check out this interview:


and now i cannot resist showing some more pics :)

Fanfare Flannel Lounge Robes by luvinthemommyhood.com for Made by Rae Fanfare Tour
Fanfare Flannel Lounge Robes by luvinthemommyhood.com for Made by Rae Fanfare Tour
Fanfare Flannel Lounge Robes by luvinthemommyhood.com for Made by Rae Fanfare Tour
Fanfare Flannel Lounge Robes by luvinthemommyhood.com for Made by Rae Fanfare Tour
Fanfare Flannel Lounge Robes by luvinthemommyhood.com for Made by Rae Fanfare Tour

alright...now back to the giveaway! i know you're all dying to win some! here's the deets:

\\ the prize \\
- one lucky winner will win a fat quarter bundle of fanfare flannel from fat quarter shop

\\ how to enter \\
- simply leave me a comment letting me know what you'd make with the prize
- bonus entry: like made by rae and/or luvinthemommyhood on facebook and leave us another comment letting us know you did that too.

\\ the rules \\
- you must leave a valid email address in your comment or you will be disqualified
- giveaway is open until oct. 13th, 2013, midnight, pst.


be sure to check out all the other fab gals along the tour! so many gorgeous projects! you can see them all here:

- fafare for the little ones at skirt as top
- lounge pants at noodlehead
- comfy, cozy nightgowns at craftiness is not optional
- lounge pants in fanfare flannel at whipstitch
- quick release scarf at whipstitch
- lounging in fanfare at probably actually

Fanfare is printed on 100% organic flannels from Cloud9 Fabrics and is being sold in shops now. For a list of shops that have stocked the line, see this post.

254 comments:

  1. Oh goodness! These are so yummy! I would maybe make some blankets for my kids to cuddle in!

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  2. I am a fan of luvinthemommyhood on Facebook!

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  3. I would make pajamas and a pillow case for my boy who absolutely swoons over soft things.

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  4. I'm a fan of Made by Rae on Facebook!

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  5. Your girls are sooo cute!!:D i'd love to make baby shoes if I'm lucky enough to win!

    andri_chama (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  6. I'm your fan at fb!:)

    andri_chama (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  7. & i like ltm on fb

    lauraink31@gmail.com

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  8. What a beautiful line and I love making baby quilts with flannels - thanks for the chance!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  9. I think it would have to be a baby quilt!

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  10. I would make some pajamas.
    isabel_mbpp@hotmail.com

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  11. I like luvinthemommyhood on Facebook.

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  12. o fun! I'd make a rag blanket, I think!

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  14. I would make some pjs for my kiddos!
    prettyeyes_416@yahoo.com

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  15. I like luvinthemommyhood on FB.

    prettyeyes_416@yahoo.com

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  16. Those are adorable my mom was just telling me that my nieces needed new robes, it was definitely in the hint make them vein ;) If won I'd love to make baby accessories

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  17. I'd make my children pj pants again - they loved the ones I made them a while ago. Love this fabric so much!

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  18. I like luvinthemommyhood on Facebook

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  19. I like Made by Rae on Facebook

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  20. Those robes are so adorable! I would love to win a bundle of this fabric - I would love to make robes like these for my daughters or maybe a comfy baby quilt.

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  21. I really like the idea of robes because they could probably be made a little longer and worn for more than one year! Then I would get to see those cute foxes longer!

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  22. Oh, and I follow you on FB (fabulous home sewn products)

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  23. Those are super adorable prints, and even cuter robes!!! I think I would love to make some for my kids!

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  24. I'd want to pair it with minky to make a rag blankie/quilt for a baby. Looks like very fuzzy and soft fabric!

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  25. Hmm, I think I'd patchwork it all together and make a cozy quilt! Thanks! (thecraftyroach[at]gmail[dot]com)

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  26. I may not be able to resist pj pants. Too cozy.

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  27. I was thinking flannel jammies, but now that I've seen this I think I need to make my little one a reversible robe! These robes are so cute!

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  28. Oh, a blanket and pillow cases galore! They are so cute! (rosamlima@gmail.com)

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  29. What lovely robes ... and gorgeous models ...
    If I won, I'd make a baby quilt ...
    Thanks for the chance ...

    melani
    hippolicious@hotmail.com

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  30. I am not a sewer, but have many friends who are and this would make a lovely gift for them! If I could learn to sew, I imagine flannel would make some lovely soft pillows!

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  31. This would make an adorable patchwork quilt, with squares big enough to show off the pattern.
    (majesticjenkinsATgmailDOTcom)

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  32. Follow you on FB
    (majesticjenkinsATgmailDOTcom)

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  33. I've been drooling over these since they came out! I can't decided if I'd make something for my little girl or to make gifts for my friends who are all having babies!

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  34. My daughter has outgrown all her pajamas and nightgowns, I would make her some new and cuddly ones!

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  35. LIKE YOU ON FB

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  36. LIKE RAE ON FB

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  37. Geez, could your girls get any cuter?? The fabric is gorgeous and the robes are darling and oh so cozy, but those faces!!! I want to eat them up!

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  38. Hello, I think I'd make a quilt for a Grandchild, maybe pillows too!
    Thanks for sharing!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  39. I don't know for sure what I'd make with it, but I've narrowed it down to: blanket for Ellie, jammies, or a hoodie!

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  40. I like you both on FB too! I hope I win I <3 this fabric so much!!!

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  41. So, so sweet! This would have to be a blanket!

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  42. I'd make some pj's for my little niece, she'd love it :)

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  43. I am dying to make a raw edge flannel quilt!

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  44. Oh, this would certainly become a soft, cozy quilt for the baby due to join our family in March! Thanks for the chance to win! (hofmannclAThotmailDOTcom)

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  45. These robes are fabulous!!! Love!! I am making Fanfare pj pants and nightgowns for all my nieces and nephews this Christmas. I'd love to win some and make some pjs for my kids too :)

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  46. I like both you and Rae on FB too :)

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  47. I would make bedding for the new toddler beds my girls are about to transition into!

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  48. Oh goodness - your girlies are so stinking cute Shannon! Love them, and these robes are darling!

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  49. Love those. I think I might have to let my daughter have a few so she can do some more doll blanket sewing. They would make a lovely baby shower gift of burp cloths or something else.

    brookeali(at)Hotmail.com

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  50. I have to say, some flannel lounge pants seem fitting on this chilly Midwestern day.

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  51. Oh please!! just how cute are these robes!!:) it makes me want to be 6 again and snuggle on the sofa with these! I love this line and would love to make a quilt for my boy!! than you for the chance to win:=)

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  52. Oh I would love to make some robes for my girls just like yours. My daughters are in desperate need for one since they've outgrown theirs.
    webduck27(at)comcast.net

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  53. I like madebyrae on FB
    webduck27(at)comcast.net

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  54. I like luvinthemommyhood on FB
    webduck27(at)comcast.net

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  55. I have a baby shower to go to soon... and would love to make some burp cloths!

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  56. I would definitely have to copy you and make some robes - and some pillowcases! Matching ones for myself of course.
    gpetersen@cogeco.ca

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  57. I already like both on Facebook!
    gpetersen@cogeco.ca

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  58. I want to make pajamas, but with a fat quarter bundle, I'd make maybe a little blanket and pillowcases to go with those pj's!

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  59. So cute! I'd make a soft shirt for my boys. or pj's
    Merel(dot)stolk(at)gmail(dot)com

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  60. Now I want to make a robe for myself!!

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  61. I follow both you and Rae on Facebook ��

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  62. I'd make a quilt for my baby boy, this looks so soft and cozy, thanks for the chance to win!

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  63. Maybe some pj pants for my boys! Thanks for the giveaway! Amy @ gasudimack(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  64. So cute! Ans soft I imagine. I'd make pjs.

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  65. I follow luvinthemommyhood on FB.

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  66. Such cute fabric! I would make a baby quilt for my best friend's soon-to-be niece or nephew!

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  67. I'd make a quilt for my little girl! Thank you!

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  68. Oops, I forgot my email! comment #76.

    ckelder2010@gmail.com

    (I would make a baby quilt)

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  69. i actually placed an order for several yards of the fabric last week --- the foxes kill me!! with the fat quarters, will probably make doll clothes to match whatever i make for my daughter -- i am turning into one of THOSE moms now....(my first ever self-drafted pattern was for a dressing gown....for a bear....clearly, I have issues)

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  70. I would make a patchwork robe for my daughter. I have a straightforward robe pattern I need to girlie up. Love the robes you made for your daughters. The box pleats kill me! So cute!
    katiehendrix@gmail.com

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  71. I follow you and Rae on Facebook.
    katiehendrix@gmail.com

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  72. I have a 6-mo-old, and think this would be great for a sleep sack for her . . . or baby shoes . . . or teeny little pj pants . . . or a cute little stuffie (a polka dot elephant, maybe?). My imagination is bigger than my sewing skills. :) loretta1020(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  73. Well my friends having a baby so probably some burp clothes and bibs!

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  74. Cuteness! I would make my daughter some pj pants. She loves soft things!

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  75. PJ's. My kids just keep getting taller and they need new PJ's.

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  76. I would make a housecoat for 1 of my 5 granddaughters from the pattern I am sure you are going to release soon!

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  77. I've been trying to decide what to make with that luscious flannel and now I know. A bathrobe for my daughter it is. It will be just the perfect weight for our Florida winters, too. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  78. My two girls would love some trousers made from the elephants and foxes, looks so soft and comfy. Email karenshaw646(at)hotmail(dot)co(dot)uk

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  79. I love the fox and elephant prints! I would probably make a nightgown for my animal-loving daughter...so many possibilities come to mind. crispiannereturns@gmail.com

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  80. I like both Luvinthemommyhood and madebyrae on Facebook. Thanks! crispiannereturns@gmail.com

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  81. I'd make some cozy nightgowns for my daughter.

    bloghappy at gmail dot com

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  82. Baby stuff! Since I'm going to be an aunt soon! Yé! fabiennecote at Hotmail dot com

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  83. Love the robes! Love the flannel!!! Love those foxes!!!! Definitely see some jammies being made from this!

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  84. I like luvinthemommyhood on facebook!

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  85. love the fabric, if there was enough with all the fat quarters could make myself a pair of pj pants or maybe a shorter pair. Am a fan of bothe

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  86. I would likely make some awesome pillow cases (although I love those robes too!)

    eliz_lind at yahoo.ca

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  87. I follow both on FB! eliz_lind at yahoo.ca

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  88. Oh Rae, you sly fox. I'd like to make pillowcases. :) mommafo at gmail

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  89. I would make a warm winter nightie for my granddaughter!

    Terri
    tcarter@encompassworld.org

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  90. I would make a new blanky for my little dude...I lost his in the move. :(

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  91. Also a fan...I've followed Rae for awhile now.

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  92. I am a fan of made by rae and love in the mommy hood on facebook!

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  94. I would use it in a Sadie Grace nightgown from the Sew fab bundle. adriennelb@yahoo.com

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  95. Oh and I like both Made by Rae and Luvinthemommyhood

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  96. I'd make some pj pants for my little guy. He's all about the elephants at the moment.

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  97. I would make some snuggly softies for the kids for Christmas!
    kirkwood0419(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  98. I'd love to recreate your robe for my daughter. I know she's love it as your girls did.

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  99. I already like the loveinthemommyhood and thanks for the intro to Rae's site!

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  100. My good friend is having a baby very soon, so I'd be making something sweet for her new babe. Love to get my hands on some Fanfare!

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  101. I would make a baby blanket for my little sis who is having her first baby in March

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  102. Beautiful! I'd love to make some PJs for the kiddos. Maybe some slippers too. :)

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  103. I would make some toy building blocks for my little one.

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  104. I like both on FB

    alibear167 at gmail

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  105. I would make pj for my baby girl! And I would love to see your robes as a pattern. They are gorgeous! knitja at hotmail dot com

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  106. I liked Made by Rae on FB. I already liked Luvinthemommyhood!
    knitja at hotmail dot com

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  107. Perhaps some snuggly stuffies? And a simple 9-patch quilt.
    ljridge4511 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  108. I'd make a snuggly quilt for this winter when it gets cold. Wonderful fabrics!

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  109. I would love to make my baby boy some pajama pants!

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  110. I love Rae's new collection! I'd make my newborn girl a couple of sleepsacks...and burp cloths...and perhaps pj bottoms. :) Thanks for hosting! mfrapp_83 {at} yahoo {dot} com

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  111. Thanks for the greta giveaway! I love your robes, they look so very cozy! I think if I won the FQ bundle I'd make my kids some soft pillowcases!

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  112. I'm already a facebook fan of luvinthemommyhood.

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  113. I have been on the fence about a robe for my DD. this would be perfect! Nice and cozy! I love your pattern. It would be great to add that to your others you have written up.
    SarahG

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  114. I have a new grandchild coming in a few months. This flannel would be put to very good use as a blanket.

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  115. Oh robes! Great idea! And wow your girlies are so gorgeous. The question is what WOULDN'T I make with Fanfare! I've been sewing up a storm behind the scenes with mine (shhhhh) and I need more! Maybe a Lotta Jansdotter snuggler for my new baby? Changing pad cover? Crib sheet? Cozy blankie? Opportunities are endless, really.

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  116. I would make a cute quilt for my little ones.

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  117. I'd use it to back my next quilt; I love a snuggly flannel backing
    sable at xtra dot co dot nz

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  118. I have been drooling over these fabrics the entire tour! I would love to make some fox sheets and my baby girl coming in February, and some soft and cuddly lounge pants for my boy. These robes are adorable! heather.englund@comcast.net

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  119. I would make a baby quilt for sure :-) Love these fabrics!

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  120. I like Made by Rae on FB (Deborah Gunthorpe)

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  121. I follow luvinthemommyhood on FB (Deborah Gunthorpe)

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  122. oh heavens! can i have one of those babies instead? okay, i would make a baby gown and blanket, for my not yet here (or even thought of yet) granbabies. i am planning ahead...

    lorix5@hotmail.com

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  123. This fabric is just gorgeous. I would make a super soft quilt! queenbpez {at} comcast {dot} net

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  124. I liked Made by Rae on facebook. queenbpez {at} comcast {dot} net

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  125. I liked Luvinthemommyhood on facebook. queenbpez{at}comcast{dot}net

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  126. I would sew a dress for my daughter
    SergerPepper.blog@gmail.com

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  127. I'm a FB fan of Rae
    SergerPeppper.blog@gmail.com

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  128. I'm a FB fan of Luvinthemummyhood
    SergerPepper.blog@gmail.com

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  129. I have heard on another blog that the fabric is super soft so I might make a comforter for my 12 week old. splarose@gmail.com

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  130. I have also like Made by Rae and luvinthemommyhood on Facebook. splarose@gmail.com

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  131. A baby quilt, for sure! mollyal@hotmail.com

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  132. My 3 kids have asked for pj pants and my eldest loves foxes, this fabric would be perfect tdherriot at gmail.com

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  133. I would make PJ's for my grand-kids... A little girl set with frills using the red on pink fox fabric and boys set using the white on gray elephant! Love all of them, so I put embellishments on the PJs using other bits from the set!!! tcweikel at gmail dot com

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  134. I would definitely make some pj's for my little nephews. I know they would love these beautiful soft fabrics!
    hanndocraft@gmail.com

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  135. *love* these robes!! can you direct me to the pattern?

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  136. Flannel is absolutely my favorite type of fabric to use for my daughter! If I won, I would use the fabric toward a pair of reversible toddler pants (flannel lined) from the Anna Maria Horner pattern that I just bought. I would also have to check out getting more of Made by Rae's fabric to buy some to make a robe for my daughter as well!

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  137. Love the robes! I have a baby coming in February (ish) and would probably deck out the little tike in some BBBP and a little flannel kimono top. Or maybe a throw quilt for the older kiddos...so many options.

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  138. I would make a couple of doll blankets for my little girl.

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  139. I have also liked both FB pages

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  140. Love these prints! I'd make little travel pillowcases for a project I donate to at our children's hospital.

    chandleres@yahoo.com

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  141. So hard to choose what to make. My kids love pj pants.

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  142. I love those foxes!!!! I'd make a darling patchwork robe for my best friend's daughter. Or a snuggly baby quilt!!

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  143. I'm a follower on facebook. :-) patchwork jammiepants might be the ticket!

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  144. Pj pants! I keep seeing these fabrics everywhere. I think that means I am supposed to buy some!

    Holly

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  145. Oh I love the idea of a warm robe. I also think pillowcases would kick off this cool season just right. vaspinetti(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  146. I'm a follower on facebook. Thanks for the chance to win :) vaspinetti(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  147. I'd like to make my girls some pajamas

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  148. The robes are adorable!! PJs or a robe would be great, or maybe a snuggly baby quilt! My sister is due in 2 months - would be perfect!

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  149. I follow made by rae and luvinthemommyhood on FB!

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  151. Thanks for the great giveaway! I love to make nightdresses for my mini, if I won! Thanks kandice.shiell[at]gmail[dot]com

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  152. Goodness! Where should I start?! I think I would either make a blanket or some jammies for my girls. I robe would be fantastic too!

    gracebader[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  153. Liked "Made by Rae" and "Luvinthemommyhood" on Facebook

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  154. Yeah! great giveaway! I also liked you on FB.
    melanie@empiregreen.com

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  156. I would make a soft snuggly blanket for my boy!

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  157. I also like Made by Rae on FB!

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  158. I would make my littlest babe (due in less than 3 weeks!) lots of warm tiny pants, or put them all together and make a snuggly blanket. :) Thanks for hosting such a fabulous giveaway!
    barbolot@hotmail.com

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  159. I also follow both pages on facebook.... that's where I saw this fab giveaway! :)
    barbolot@hotmail.com

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  160. Oh love those robes!! Love this fabric...I think I might make a sweet little quilt/blanket ? thanks for the opportunity.

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  161. I also follow you and rae on FB :)

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  162. would love to make nightgowns/jammies, but would need to think more on how to use fq's :)
    berly at uw dot edu

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  163. we like rae on fb!
    berly at uw dot edu

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  164. we like luvinthemommyhood on fb.
    berly at uw dot edu

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  165. I like luvinthemommyhood of facebook

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  166. I really want to use this in the nursery I am starting.
    brendadeibel@hotmail.com

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  167. I like made by rae on facebook.
    brendadeibel@hotmail.com

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  168. I already like you on facebook :)
    brendadeibel@hotmail.com

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  169. I would make my grandsons some pajamas!

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  170. So cute - I see robes for my Granddaughters in th future. Kristi (kristi@tdaproperties.com)

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  171. OH MY GOSH, your robes!!!!!!
    I would definitely make either some jammies for my new mini coming in December or a little dress.

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  172. Also, I like (LOVE) you on facebook!

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  173. This is so cute ! I'd make a dress for my daughter :)

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  174. Ah, those elephants! Want them!!!
    chiaralb@gmail.com

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