Monday, May 17, 2010

The Big Giveaway!

I've been meaning to do this forever! The people over at SewMamaSew finally got my intentions in gear.

Here's what's up for grabs...

Burlap basket: size large. This one's a big 9inx9inx9in! You could put a pile of books in here to keep you company. Several skeins of yarn and a large work-in-progress would fit nicely, and look better than stuffed into a plastic bag! If you live in a warmer climate than Minnesota, take it to the Farmer's Market for a large meal's worth of veggies!

The upcycled burlap from my favorite coffee shop is lined with a blue and white ticking that I inherited from my Great-Grandmother-In Law. I've only made one this size.


To enter the drawing, leave a comment about what you would put in this basket, along with your name and your e-mail address. Entries will close on Friday,  May 20th. One lucky winner will be chosen at random.
I will ship internationally.

Head on over to SewMamaSew for more great giveaway links!
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501 comments:

  1. I would put my wool in it- right now I just have it on top of my daughter's dresser!
    jessicoulter@gmail.com

    check out our giveaway!
    http://commonthreadskingston.blogspot.com/

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  2. oh! I think I'm the first! Okay this bag is FANTASTIC. I would put library books in it, or groceries, or extra clothes for the kids, or....
    :)

    I'm also participating in the giveaway day so check out my blog too! Thanks!

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  3. I would put my knitting in it! I'm also having a give away, so come check it out!

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  4. Oh I wold definitely use that for yarn and ufo's!! It is a gorgeous bag and what a great idea.

    Shana
    mommy2blaze (at) gmail (dot) com

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  5. awesome! love it! sooo many ideas...this would be a great library book spot or a keeper for my son's little cars!

    thanks for participating in the giveaway!

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  6. i would put my unfinished hexagon quilt in it. it would be so cute and well organized! it might inspire me to work on it...

    (danaandthread@gmail.com)

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  7. I'd use it for my dance shoes and water bottle.

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  8. This looks so cool and rugged! I would put my nephew's toys in it :)
    bunnybx at gmail . com

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  9. oh my! I have so much I could put in there! Right now, the unfinished bridesmaids gifts for the wedding would be fabulous, or the unfinished Christmas Tree skirt for my mom!!

    Jen
    (jenciulla@gmail.com)

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  10. Thanks for the giveaway. I would put fabric and notions of the current project in it. It's lovely!

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  11. what a cool bag!!! i love it!!

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  12. I am getting my bachelors degree on line and I would keep my books in there! very cool idea thanx
    debi.kibbee@gmail.com

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  13. Love this! I think it would make a great temporary home for magazines or library books... maybe even apples when I come home with a bundle! sarah@frogcreekcottage.com

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  14. OH this is a cute bag.. I don't know... I'm stuck between putting books I'm reading or put my current knitting projects in it.. perhaps just put it on the kitchen table to hold all my stuff that needs a place..

    thanks for this great give-away!

    :)
    carol

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  15. Beautiful bag/bucket! I work with repurposed burlap too and it would be fun to win this and see what you've done with it! I would use it for books, they seem to collect everywhere. Probably for my current stack of reading for the kidlets :)

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  16. thanks for the give a way.
    I love this bag sooooo much. I would put it in my studio at home where I have my easel for my paintings, my computer and my sewing corner. So i might put some painting books and sewing books in it.
    My emails are pattyorellana@hotmail.com
    pattyorellana@gmail.com

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  17. I would totally throw my kids toys in there at the end of the night and then watch them all get dumped out the next morning! Thanks!

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  18. That would look great with my yarn and work in progress, sitting next to the couch so I can just start working when I sit down!

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  19. This is too cute! And the fact that it is upcycled is awesome.
    If I were to be lucky enough to win, I'd put it to good use in my sewing room. Probably load it up with embroidery blanks or fabric scraps!

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  20. mmm! Lovely! I'd use it for yarn beside my knitting chair!

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  21. That big ol' basket would be perfect for storing my yarn and pieces when I'm working on a crochet project. I have a wicker basket now and the yarn is always getting snagged on it....Thanks for the chance to win!

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  22. I think I would put a bunch of books in it...my TBR list :)
    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

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  23. I'd put yarn in it. I've got yarn everywhere.
    iluvchrisnlevi@aol.com

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  24. Fabulous! I've been wanting a nice big basket to store baby toys, but I haven't made one for myself. It would be great to win yours!

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  25. Anonymous7:00 AM

    I have a stack of magazines that would hide away in there perfectly!!! It is so adorable!!!
    tiffgriff05@yahoo.com

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  26. This would definitely be given to my Mum for her to hold all the weekly junkmail and newspapers! Wendy xx

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  27. I would put my fabric scraps in there to keep them accessible and pretty at the same time :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  28. I love it! I'd use it to contain my fabric scraps that normally end up all over my sewing room. jk0418 at gmail dot com

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  29. I need a place for my son's library books. This basket would give him easy access to them which would be great!

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  30. oh how i have been wanting a burlap bucket for my works in progress....there are always so many (wip, that is)! thanks for the opportunity!

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  31. I will be putting my embroidery stuff in it. That is too dang cute.

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  32. I would put kids toys in it - i love that the fabric has texture and it opens the way to talk about recycling :)

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  33. I would put knitting magazines in this basket. I love baskets!

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  34. Easy, library books!!!! Great fabric basket!!!

    Blessings,

    KT

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  35. I'd probably use it for books, we have lots around here that need a home :)
    crystalball137@hotmail.com

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  36. Yay for MN!!! I love this basket! I would probably put sock yarn in it, but for some reason, I think it's also screaming potatoes at me. I'm Jenny Rowan and my email is jlrowan@charter.net. Thanks and have a great day!

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  37. I would give it to my mom, she loves burlap baskets! i have no idea what she would put in it.

    ~Ashley

    lensandneedle[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  38. That's excellent! Yarn, most likely, but also potentially books (I'm a librarian)... and I wonder if my coffee shop would let me have coffee bean bags? Intriguing...

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  39. LOVE the burlap. I would use it hold my yarn and knitting projects.

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  40. what a beautiful bag! i would put aaaaaallllll my wool into it :-)
    please check out my giveaway too at www.cheekyapple.com
    kiwi living in vienna***
    mail@cheekyapple.com

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  41. I would put knitting or sewing projects in it.

    joybuhler@gmail.com

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  42. Ahh! This would be so perfect - I have been looking for something exactly like this to tote my veggies from my plot in the community garden back to my house! Fingers Crossed!

    janmadethis at gmail dot com

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  43. probably put toys in it for the little boy!

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  44. This basket would be great for my knitting project.

    Kim
    sherrodstudioatyahoodotcom

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  45. I would use this for toys or something...not all cutesie like most kid things! Thanks for the chance!

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  46. My ever increasing stack of library books...

    Peggy
    wittersgarden at yahoo dot com

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  47. The UFO's comment is cracking me up - it's perfect! Put all those UFO's raiding your home in the basket before bed, and tackle putting them in their proper place in the morning, after coffee of course! I could use on of those myself, crossing my fingers, your giveaway rocks!

    westcoastwilsons AT gmail DOT com

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  48. I love that basket - it's adorable!

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  49. This would indeed be perfect to collect the bounty from our vegetable garden back into the house. Thank you for the chance to win one of your creations :)

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  50. I would put my strip scraps in it. They are overflowing their current container by a mile.

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  51. I think the basket would hold all the cell phone/mp3 cords in the kitchen!

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  52. Great giveaway! I would put all of my quiet time books and journals in it. Thanks

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  53. Alice R.8:11 AM

    My little squares with circles on them - that's my hand project - it's pretty enough to leave out by my favorite chair. Then, on guild days, I can just add the little bag that holds my tea mug, and off I go! Thanks!

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  54. I love your basket....mmmm what would I use it for? I would guess my knitting, I have so many wip! Thank you so much for the chance to win.

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  55. knitting, library books, the kids would use it to tote dolls out to the yard for picnics...i could come with alot of uses for this! thanks!

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  56. I'd put it on my kitchen counter with my cookbooks inside! Thanks for the chance!

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  57. What a great give-away. If I should be the lucky winner, I'll use it for my knitting projects.
    Thanks for giving me a chance.
    Oddbjørg
    ogp@sorfoldnett.no

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  58. I would use it to put my crazy quilt stuff in, then it would be oh so much easier to move all of it out of sight when guest are coming...

    Lisa

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  59. That is so cute and functional. I'd maybe put green, yellow and red apples in this. ;o)

    Carolyn

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  60. Wow - that's seriously cool! I live not far from the fabulous Borough Market in London and that would be perfect for my Saturday morning shopping trips!

    [Also got a giveaway at my blog.]

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  61. I would leave this in my livingroom and fill it with my baby toys.

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  62. I think this would be perfect for gathering veggies from the garden! Or having next to my spinning wheel with my roving! I love it! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  63. Hmmm.... I think I'd put some fabric or some yarn in it. I love the look of it with the burlap! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  64. I;d want if for me...but who am I kidding, it would be filled with matchbox cars!!!

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  65. I would carry my hand-sewn pies and tarts for my quilt-in-the-making - just perfect!

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  66. I would use it to store quilt blocks while I worked on the quilt. what a wonderful little basket! so useful!

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  67. Perfect for this hopeless caffeine addict! Could help me be organized!

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  68. Umm how about filling it with my coffee stash. A girl should never be without coffee or tea. Crossing my fingers!

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  69. This would be awesome sitting by my fireplace with antique bobbins and spools in it. This is gorgeous!

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  70. That is awesome! I would fill it with loads of yarn!

    createanddelegate@gmail.com

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  71. Oh, I always come home with a load of books from the mobile library, so the basket would be just perfect! :)

    Greetings from Munich,
    Birgit

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  72. Fabric scraps maybe...or some special notions...so much fun!
    amwawillever@aol.com

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  73. I would use it in my sewing room trying to get some orden ;)

    I love it!

    sunny greetings from Spain
    Sylvia

    wirlebennureinmal@gmx.de
    http://joyaumcreative.wordpress.com/

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  74. Oh oh oh! I'm in love! I definitely need that basket. ;)
    I think I'd have to keep my current embroidery project in there. Great giveaway!
    bev @ flamingotoes . com

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  75. Wow, that's great! Thanks for the chance to win.... I'd store my sewing projects in there....
    Regards, Natalie from Germany
    natalie@arndt-family.com

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  76. I would give this to my BFF for a new yarn bag!

    mishmashmaggie@gmail.com

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  77. What a unique tote! I would love to use it for my library books, to keep them all in one safe place!

    myadreply (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  78. I would put a bunch of my babies little blocks and wooden toys in it. They seem to multiply over night! What a great basket/bag. Thanks for hosting the giveaway.

    Heather
    heather.nevits@gmail.com

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  79. Very cute bag! I would put toys and things to take to the park. Or to the farmers market is a great idea! Library books too. So many things...
    (kariandbrent@shaw.ca)

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  80. OH!!!!! Awesome. So awesome. I'm thinking knitting needles and yarn... either that or bringing it along to the market with me :) Amazing!!

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  81. Awesome bag! I would put scrap fabrics and/or crafting books in it! Thanks for the chance!

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  82. What a lovely bag! I would use to coral dog toys in my living room. Three dogs = too much stuff.

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  83. That's great! I think I would use it for magazines! :) Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  84. I have yarn scattered about, so I would use it to hold that. It's such a beautiful container too!

    Thanks for sharing with us!

    mindeehall(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  85. oh this is lovely! Pride and Prejudice and then a new book would always be close at hand, plus my cross-stitching gear. Or perhaps it would house my magazines and cuttings for collages! oooo the possibilities!
    AnniceJohnson@Gmail.com

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  86. I'd put my leftover balls of yarn in the basket.

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  87. ooo and I just became a follower because the rest of your blog is awesome too! oh and if you couldn't tell, my name is Annice Johnson. haha

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  88. I would use it for WIP's. I am always loosing a needle, or pattern, or piece of the shirt I'm making!

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  89. My 1-year-old loves to pack and unpack containers. I think I'd share this bag with her and we can use it for toys, vegetables from the garden, and both of our books.

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  90. What a great bag! My grandmother has Alzheimer's and recently moved in with me, I always have to carry a bag with snacks, water bottle, and various essentials for her. She adores coffee so I think she'd really get a kick out of this bag!

    M
    callunamay(at)gmail.com

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  91. I would put my amigurumi projects in there. What a fun project!

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  92. Anonymous9:43 AM

    This bag would look wonderful in my living room. I would use it for my current knitting project or... it might like to go to the Farmer's market with me!! I am now a follower of your blog. It's great
    Georgia

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  93. oOH! I love the fabric and that it is your grandma's. I would keep toys and activities for kids to play with when they come over to my house or I take them on adventures to the park.

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  94. I'd fill it with books and my sewing and put it right next to the bed. I love it!

    alianora@gmail.com

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  95. I'd fill it up with yarn!

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  96. GASP! I could use about a dozen of these! One for yarn, of course, one for produce, one to store magazines, etc...

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  97. These would be great for my quilting supplies to go right by my machine. A fantastic gift!
    Darlene
    bluiis56@gmail.com

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  98. This has to be the best giveaway out there! I need one for my current reads, books & magazines! Or...for guest slippers by the front door...

    hugs!
    rebelblossom69(at)yahoo(dot)ca

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  99. How cute! I love this bag! I love coffee!!! So it will fit perfect into my interior! What I will put into it?
    Well, my UFOs, or my magazines to read, or my yarn, or ... ;-)
    Have a nice day, Fredda

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  100. What a great bag! Since it says coffee on it, I would use it to store all my dry food in it. Like coffee beans and rice and noodles. That way I could have them all organized and pretty in the kitchen!

    bytesizedpieces (at) gmail.com

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  101. This tote is gorgeous! First I would be selfish with it and squirrel it away in my craft room with complimentary fat quarters in it, then I'd probably bring it out into one of the living areas and fill it with craft and design magazines. Or cool shells and other found nature objects.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  102. This is so adorable. I would put some of scrapbooking supplies in it!

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  103. Wow so fabulous! SO many ideas come to mind for it but I think I would use it to keep the toys on order in the living room, it would also be a show piece..lol Thanks for the chance to win it :)

    stephd(at)sewfierce(dot)com

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  104. this one is really awesome! oh how i hope to win! it would take me quite awhile to decide how to use it, but i think my knitting supplies, library books or maybe espresso cups might be perfect inside. thanks for giving!

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  105. Anonymous10:30 AM

    I love this,perfect for my books and notebooks,if my daughter don't grab it first for her little things.
    Danijela
    pprincipeta@yahoo.com

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  106. love love love it!! i'd put some scraps of fabric in it and store it to display right on the shelves in my dining room!! jenngreutman@gmail.com

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  107. This would be fabulous for mail. We always have it piling up, so I'd love to have this to organize it in! Thanks for the giveaway!!

    dealia79(at)gmail(dot)com

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  108. This would sit by my bed to hold my night time reading!

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  109. i LOVE this!!!
    ....maybe i could organize my "projects" with it ;)

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  110. That is amazing! I am so glad to find your blog! I would love to have that to put my writing supplies in. I am writing a book about the adoption of our 2nd daughter from China and could fit all of my stuff in it!
    Can't wait to explore you site more!!!
    Shannon
    www.throwingourarmsopenwide.blogspot.com
    shannon_miller72@yahoo.com

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  111. looks like a great knitting project bag to me!

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  112. I guess it could be our meetingpoint for the familybooks

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  113. I like the idea of taking it to Farmer's Markets. I could put a lot of veggies in there. :)

    Thanks for giving away!

    Kim

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  114. This would look great in my new aparment, I could see myself putting magazines in it!

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  115. I would keep it next to my sewing machine to hold fabric. I lived in MN for 4 years and I miss Dunn Brothers!

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  116. I would keep my sewing supplies in it. You know the ones that don't have a place. And I alway lose them if I don't keep them in something. It would be perfect.

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  117. This would definitely hold my knitting projects if it made it's way into my house. Totally love that it's ticking & burlap!

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  118. I Love this! I think I would use it for my yarn stash!

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  119. Magazines and books!
    Thanks for the giveaway!!
    escuishi(at)hotmail(dot)com
    http://hello-my-little-world.blogspot.com/

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  120. I'd take it to the Farmers Market and put fruit and veggies and apple cider and flowers and fresh bread in it. That would make it (and me) happy!

    couponboss at gmail dot com

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  121. That's so neat! I would put a few skiens of my yarn in it as well as my current wip right on top and proudly display it on my entry table!

    Jenn
    jennandrob978@comcast.net

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  122. This is fantastic! I really love it. I'd use it as a catchall beside my bed. Books, magazines, you name it.

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  123. I love this basket! I see it holding my photography books and magazines. :)

    spcase (at) gmail (dot) com

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  124. I would use this to store stuffed animals. :)

    urchiken at gmail dot com

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  125. Oh my goodness, what a great bag. Of course it would be fab for storing crafty things, but I think I would also use it for apple picking, or as a mini picnic hamper - just the right size for a flask of tea, a couple of mugs and two enormous slices of cake!

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  126. It would make a great knitting basket!!! I'd put my yarn and wip into and set it by my recliner.

    nhsarab at yahoo dot com

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  127. I would actually give this to my mom. She would love to put her yarn in it. She loves to crochet afgans. So excited!!!!

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  128. love this! i think it'd be a great way to stash kids' toys in the living room!

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  129. I would use it for the knitting projects I am working on. beautiful.

    http://busybeefree.blogspot.com/

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  130. I would totally use this for grocery shopping here in Portland! The coffee bag would fit in so well. Or it could end up like many of my other re-usable bags (any many others' as it would appear)... full of my unfinished knitting or crocheting projects.

    rhonda.kuz.richardson@gmail.com

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  131. Oh I love the ticking lining! We are expecting our first in August and this would look great in her nursery filled with stuffies or books!

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  132. Andrea Wappel11:43 AM

    I would put my craft knick knacks in this basket. So super cute!

    awappel2003@yahoo.com

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  133. Apples for my baby.. she loves to put them in and out and in and out of a basket...

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  134. Maybe this basket I would keep for myself because it's so cute and it won't end up full of childrens books and toys like every other basket in my house!

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  135. i would but my technical things in :D because they are lying arround in my room and that looks very ugly!

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  136. What a great giveaway :) I think I'd use it for library books, or when going to the farm to buy apples or for a WIP.

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  137. I love it! I would absolutely use it for my library books. I get a big stack every week and this is SO much cuter than my ratty old backpack. :) My email is in my profile.

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  138. I love the basket! I'd put library books in it - a pretty place for them to stay so they won't get lost.

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  139. I would use it to better organize my sewing junk!

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  140. I would try to put my daughters books in it, however I fear that kitty kat will use it as his new favorite bed! hrobbins422 at yahoo dot com

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  141. Perfect for my grandchildren's books in the guest room. Lovely work!

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  142. I would either use it to take stuff to work, like lunches books etc or to use at the farmers market which is just starting up!

    Thanks so much! :)

    beachcovejewelry @ gmail . com

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  143. Oh this would be so cute to use next to my gliding rocking chair for my books and magazines. :)
    Cathy cuteredhen@yahoo(DOT)com

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  144. this would definitely come to our farmer's market with me!
    hollyDOTartwordsATgmailDOTcom

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  145. Oh Em Gee! I could do so much with this! First off I could put all my coffee and tea packets in it. Or my magazines. Or the books I'm reading (I never read just one at a time). Or dried flowers. Or DVDs. Or my toys (yes, MY toys). SO many uses!

    Brilliant!
    Lori
    kirudaze@gmail.com

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  146. I really like this, it would be perfect to house my long term project which was going to be a quilt for my niece but is now probably going to be dolls blankets!

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  147. I would keep my WIP (right now that would be a cute little crocheted dress for my month old daughter) in it next to the couch!

    Amy
    amystagner@gmail.com

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  148. I would put some books in there and have it on my bookshelf in the living room... so pretty!

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  149. Oh my goodness that is too darling! It is the perfect size for current hexagon projects! I have been looking for the perfect hand basket and this is it!!

    I hope you just post the winners...I'll keep an eye out for my name! hehe =)

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  150. I love this! I would put my cloth napkins in it for storage.

    gracescotkeith at hotmail dot com

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  151. Tough choice -- I'd either use the bag for my scraps or for my various chargers (phone, ipod, camera, etc) that need a home.

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  152. I would put my threads ; or beads.
    Pretty basket.

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  153. I would put my quilting stuff in it: thimbles, scissors, thread, little ruler, pincushion, marking pencil, ...

    justnow123 at live dot com

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  154. I'd keep blankets and slippers in it, right by the bed for extra comfort!

    jmill9584 [at] msn [dot] com

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  155. what a great basket! i would likely keep yarn... lots and lots of yarn... in it! thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

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  156. I would put all my lovely vintage books that our just sitting in a closet right now.
    :)

    gisellasakian at aol dot com

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  157. I would love to put the books I am reading in it beside my bed!! Love that little basket.
    Thanks for the great giveaway.
    qtblonde_15 at yahoo dot com

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  158. This would be great to put my little girls toys in. I have baskets for her toys in a couple of rooms and they are getting so overloaded already.

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  159. This is such a useful bucket! I would put daughter's socks in it to corral them, or maybe my knitting, or maybe use it to gather herbs and vegetables from my garden...

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  160. this basket is so awesome...thanks for being so generous. i would probably store some of my fabric in it!
    lezlie21(at)aol(dot)com

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  161. TOYS! I love this kind of basket, would love a tutorial. I'll have to check and see if you have one after I comment.

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  162. What a great basket! It would definitly follow me to the weekend farmer's markets! Between times it would sit nicely beside my chair with my latest craft projects inside! Thank you for the change to win!

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  163. What a great basket! I would set it next to my bed for all my bedtime knitting projects. I tend to just dump them on the floor as I fall asleep, which doesn't lead to them staying in good condition or in one location.

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  164. Yarn would be what I want to put in it. But I am sure toys might fill it up faster, knowing my 3yr old haha..:)

    Amanda/demandaj@msn.com

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  165. oh I love it! I would likely gift it to my Great Aunty - Dunn is a family name (middle name) so she would love it and at a guess I'd say she'd either fill it with books or take it to the farmer's market and fill it with fresh produce

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  166. I would love to use this bag for all of my fiber arts goodness. what ever my current project is, Knitting, Crochet, or spinning. i'd just love to have it over flowing with fiber

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  167. It would probably go in my craft room with fabric in it;) So awesome! Thanks for the chance!

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  168. cute. I can think of dozens of things to do with it. I suppose it would hold lots of the books that end up on the floor by my bed!

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  169. I'm thinking this might be good for my works-in-progress yarn crafts. Also, thanks for offering this. It's fab!

    Amber
    lanigan/at/yahoo/dot/com

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  170. I think it would look cute with a bunch of thread filling it up.

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  171. It would be perfect for my circular shawl that I am knitting out of sock yarn.

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  172. I would use the basket to hold one of my current projects. I like to keep each one in a separate container, and this basket would be perfect. It's really beautiful. Thanks for the chance to win it.

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  173. I would put what ever project I am working on at the time in it. It is wonderful!

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  174. Pick me! Pick me! Pick me!! ashlee.stricklin@gmail.com

    I would probably put books in there!

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  175. I would keep my knitting and felting supplies by my couch. Thanks!

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  176. I would keep my library books in it. That way I would always know where they are.

    Lindsay.forgette(at)gmail(dot)com

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  177. I would keep it on the steps for all the little things that need to go up throughout the day. It might save a life by keeping someone from tripping on the pile of stuff that usually collects there!

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  178. certainly my son's favorite books or our remotes/controllers. :) Very cool basket!
    emily*dot*cools*at*gmail*dot*com

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  179. this basket would be perfect to attempt to corral my son's toys. Ha!

    thanks for the chance!

    libby dot bloom dot hunt at gmail dot com

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  180. I would put some of my craft supplies in your burlap basket - which I love!

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  181. What a fantastic basket. :) I could see myself using that for a trip to the farmer's market!

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  182. Definitely would make a great knitting basket!

    Check out my giveaway too.

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  183. Enter me please! I'd put all my cuddly toys!


    Ana Belén R.M
    fisiwoman(at)hotmail.com
    Spain

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  184. So cute! I would use it for fabric scraps.

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  185. I would put that big pile of stuff on my end table in it.

    Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  186. What a wonderful giveaway. Thanks for the chance - I would use it for my books that I have big intentions of reading :)

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  187. this bucket is adorable! i would use it to either hold the stack of books next to my bed or to organize my smaller pieces of scrap fabric. thanks!

    saltyoat [at] gmail [dot] com

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  188. Wow, I'm deeply impressed!
    Would be so nice to be the lucky one.

    Kind regards from Germany
    Claudia

    frauknopf@gmx.de

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  189. What a neat basket. I live at the beach so i think it would be perfect to pack up a picnic.

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  190. I will be putting my fabric scraps in this, can't wait to win! Thanks for the great giveaway!
    Kristie
    simplystylishdesigns.blogspot.com

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  191. So cute! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  192. Awesome basket! I would put my yarn in it, but I'm afraid my daughter would get to it, so I guess it will be books!!

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  193. I've been looking for a good place to put all of my Wii paraphenalia - remote, nunchuck, etc... not too crafty but it would look really cute by the TV stand!

    Sarah0587 AT yahoo DOT com

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  194. Right now it would probably end up just being a catch all. I don't like tha thtought but it is true, probably.

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  195. Lovely bag!
    I'd be using it to carry groceries from the market...

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  196. This is beyond fab, love it! I'd put a great big crafty stash in it :)

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  197. I would like to use this tote for books that need to go back to the library!

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  198. This is gorgeous! I think I would put a big stack of quilt books in it.

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  199. This is woderful - I would put my quilt-in-progess in it. All those little blocks in one place. Thanks for the giveaway.

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