12 May, 2014

2014 SMS Giveaway 1


Welcome to Running With Rocket, my rambling journal of treasures I make as well as a place to dump all my flower photos.


I made this boxy pouch back in January from a class on Craftsy. It  measures 6.5" long x 5" w x 5" h. The pouch is designed to lay flat but the winner might find it filled with sewing notions.
The blue fabric came all the way from Finland when I visited there two years ago. Does anyone else  plan their vacations around fabric stores?




About me:  I love to sew and craft and currently, I have taken over two and a half rooms in my house in order to play. I also live on an airpark. When we want to go flying, we roll open the hangar doors and pull the plane out. The runway is at the edge of my backyard. Which I also like to play in. I live on an acre where I garden - both flowers and the edible things. The blog has turned out to be a surprisingly good place to put all those flower photos.


If you want to you can follow me on Pinterest, Twitter and/or look at my May Flowers or even follow this blog but it's not necessary. I do invite you to look around my blog.



I have an especial fondness for Sew Mama Sew as they are from my neck of the woods near Portland, Oregon. I absolutely adore all the effort they put into the sewing community. Please take time to look at all the other giveaways that have linked up this year.
http://www.sewmamasew.com/2014/05/giveaway-day-handmade-items-2/


To win my boxy pouch, which is open to all sew-ers, please answer my question:
What would you fill this pouch with?




Giveaway open May 12 - May 16, 2014 Friday evening. Open worldwide.


186 comments:

  1. Salmiakki in all forms and variations but especially with that Fazer chocoalte with the salmiakki filling. And then well maybe scraps, 2,5 inch squares not bigger ..

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  2. I love the fabric of the pouch, aqua is my favourite colour. I would use it to keep some of my small EPP work safe.

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  3. Thank you for the chance, this is so pretty! I think I would use it as a travel bag!

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  4. I would fill it with things I am hiding from my kids...makeup, chapstick, beauty products.
    brooke at richardchurch dot com

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  5. I think I would fill it with buttons. It looks like a good button pouch

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  6. Knitting projects! Cute bag :)

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  7. Love the fabrics you chose for the pouch…I'd fill it with small sewing notions that always seem to get 'lost' in my sewing studio. Thanks for the sweet giveaway :)

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  8. my english paper piecing project! this is so cute!

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  9. I would fill it with my hand sewing projects that I do on car trips

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  10. Will fill with a knitting project!

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  11. so pretty! I would fill it with my epp supplies!

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  12. Wow. I could fill it with sewing supplies, but honestly I have been thinking of making one to use as a shaving kit. (I have just been too busy with other things to get to it.)
    The color is PERFECT for me. I love it.

    I don't plan my vacations around fabric stores, but I do seek them out wherever I am. And now that I have started weaving also, I look for places to buy cool yarns also. I have tossed out clothes to take home fabrics from Mexico. But then I pack with that in mind. Ha ha.

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  13. Lovely pouch! I would keep it in my sewing room to store small notions. (Or maybe snacks.... Hmmmm.)

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  14. I would fill it with all those little sewing notions that seem to escape me when I need them most! Thanks!

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  15. I would love to add my embroidery threads to keep them tidy.

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  16. Sharpie pens and washi tape! :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  17. I'd keep my steel crochet hooks with some pearl cotton and stones for projects on the go. LOVE it! thanks

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  18. I would fill it with sewing notions. My daughter would likely steal it from me and fill it with her little princess toys!
    Thank you for the chance to win!
    blueberryblues5(at)gmail

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  19. Thanks for the chance to win this lovely bag. I would fill it with washi tape!

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  20. I would fill it with extra pull ups, diapers and wipies so I don't have to haul a diaper bag around anymore. Although, your snacks in there look a lot more fun!

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  21. I would fill it with hand quilting supplies :)

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  22. it would be my new makeup bag. thanks for the chance!

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  23. I'd fill my bag with quilty things although those Lara bars look good. Thanks for participating in the Giveaway Day.

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  24. Gorgeous! And the perfect size for a knitting project!

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  25. Hi Kathy and thank you for a great give away! I would fill this bag with crochet Project! Would be fun to have a bag made by you with Fabrics you found from Finland! x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  26. Great giveaway!
    I'd fill it with sewing supplies!yveawa

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  27. Thanks fot the chance! The pouch is so cute. I would fill it with my baby girl's stuff while traveling

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  28. I would love to win the pouch, its so gorgeous :) I will fill it up with all sorts of itty bitty essentials and store it in my large size diaper bag :) omee.bubu(at)gmail.com

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  29. I would fill it with all the stuff that is hanging out loose in the bottom of my purse.

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  30. hmmm, let's see I can see chocolate in there, but the zipper may hinder my grab and munch mentality, so.....how about hair bows, I'm always needing someplace to store hairbows.

    just in case: m3reyna at gmail dot com

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  31. So many things will fit in the box. I think I would put in my stage makeup for a dance recital.
    Thanks

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  32. What a lovely pouch! I take a bit of hand sewing everywhere I go so, I think I would put my hand sewing items in it along with my favorite chocolates. Ready when I need them!

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  33. Love it! Probably would would use it for traveling.

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  34. I think I would put my washi tape in there, and my fancy packing tape!! Nice to have one special spot for it all!!

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  35. I would fill it with hand-dyed embroidery threads

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  36. I would love to fill this pouch with my toiletries for when I go to the hospital - I'm pregnant and am starting to pack my hospital bag. :-)

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  37. sock in progress projects!
    emmevon(at)gmail(dot)com

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  38. Lovely giveaway,love the color.It would be perfect for pens or little projects,or every day bag,not sure yet.Thank you for the chance to win it.

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  39. I think I'd use it for embroidery supplies!

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  40. I think I'd use it for embroidery supplies!

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  41. I would put hand sewing supplies in it for traveling. I do like the look of chocolate in it.

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  42. Cute pouch, if I win it, I'll use it for lots of different things. The first would be as a place to hold my hand sewing and knitting notions when I travel.

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  43. A knitting or crocheting project. My cat destroys them. Also, he ate a big enough piece of ribbon last year that I had to take him to the vet because they were worried about obstruction, so I took his yarn away, which makes him go after mine more. Silly cat!

    jhunsberger (at) gmail (dot) com

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  44. i would either use it to keep my prescription meds in [yes i have several unfortunately] or to keep some sewing stuff in for on the go. fabric scissors, thread, needles and paper piecing templates. it is beautiful. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  45. This is super cute.I would carry on my bag full of all my cosmetics.

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  46. How special to use the fabric from your trip. I always search out fabric and thrift stores on trips!

    I'd love to use this for my son's Nintendo DS, games and power cord!

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  47. I love to keep bags like this inside by purse to keep everything inside organized and it also makes it easier to change purses frequently.

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  48. Ooh I haven't tried that flavor of larabar yet do you like it? And you picture gave me a great idea. I would use the bag to hold all of my pre and post race fuels.

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  49. This pouch would be great for carrying all jewellery bits and pieces when I work on a project at my kids' after school activities. :)

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  50. You are so lucky to be able to go flying. I would keep my fabric marking pens in the pouch. The should lay flat to keep working and this would work well. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  51. such a smart boxy pouch ! hmn..i like your edible filling idea :)

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  52. I think it might end up full of my things, to seperate them from everything else in the diaper bag :)The baby's stuff takes so much space!!

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  53. I like the last picture, where it was filled with chocolate! I would probably have some yarn in there, too. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  54. this is lovely. Hmmm it would be a nice travel bag. Or for count cross stitch supplies when I am traveling

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  55. I'd give it to my daughter and she'd probably put her cosmetics in it.

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  56. I would use it for my knitting projects, probably socks, but fingerless mitts would fit too. I love project bags, and the fabric of this one is so pretty!

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  57. I'd use it to store my electronic devices and their cables and accessories when I travel.

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  58. I would use it to keep my stuff separate from the kids' stuff in the tote I use as a diaper bag.

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  59. This pouch would be perfect for holding my sewing thread. Thanks for a chance to win it!

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  60. I would use it for work to keep my wallet etc in while in my bigger backpack

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  61. I would fill it with my favorite small project hand sewing supplies. I could pop it in my bag and take it with me to work on small projects whenever I have a moment.

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  62. Knitting supplies or candy (if I can't see it, I won't eat it, right?)

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  63. What a lovely bag! I'd probably fill it with all my little sewing essentials...and candy!

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  64. Lovely box pouch, it looks perfect for crochet - I learnt from a little old lady at church last year and promptly put my little piece down "somewhere safe" and can't find it ! I got inspired to do some more, but need to (a) find the hook and (b) keep it somewhere safe in future! X

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  65. I have a boxy pouch on the shelves in my sewing room, it blends in, looks normal everyone thinks it's full of scraps, secretly though it's my hidden stash of chocolate!
    I think I would put scraps in this one, i'm saving up for a rainbow quilt. All my 5" ish scraps are going in a placcy bag, they would love to upgrade!

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  66. I like how you filled it with food :) I might do the same with snacks for long trips. It'd be a good way to keep them separate from everything else in my backpack :)

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  67. Chocolate is a good start, but I'd probably fill it with fabric bits, current projects or i-pod like things.

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  68. Love the fabric print of the bag and would use it to hold my hand sewing notions for by my chair in lounge

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  69. I have attempted to make this bag.. fail! Would love to win this so I have a real life example of a job well done.. Love it! Then I would fill it with travel supplies and pop it in a suitcase.

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  70. I would use this for a small traveling project pouch. It looks like it is the right size. (from here anyway) =)

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  71. I would use it to hide my chocolate from my boys so I can actually have some when I am in the mood. They always seem to find my hiding spots :)

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  72. I would fill it with toiletries when I travel. I've been meaning to make one for ages.

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  73. Love this! I would fill it with my phone, camera and ipod chargers so they are all in one place!

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  74. a sewing project! sarah@forrussia.org

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  75. i would keep my different threads in it

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  76. I would use it as a make up bag. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  77. I would use it to take small projects on the go

    glazefamily3 AT gmail.com

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  78. I would use it to hide my chocolate stash in the sewing room. Hubby would never think to look in there. Love the colors!

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  79. I am a very novice sewer - couldn't quite make this on my own yet, but an expert knitter. So I would obviously fill it with knitting - and love it very much!

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  80. I would make this my binding bag!! I am currently using an ugly little bucket.

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  81. Pretty! I'd probably use it for odd and ends in my sewing room - and maybe a little chocolate stash too!

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  82. I would fill it with my sewing supplies and us it when I am waiting in like to get the kids from school.

    storybookfelts at gmail dot com

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  83. I would fill it with all of the random things in my purse :)

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  84. I would probably fill it with larabars like you did for the picture. I get grossed out when they get all smashed up in my purse

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  85. I was thinking it would be prefect to keep in my vanity case for when I travel!

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  86. What you have in there looks pretty yummy, but I would probably use it for some sewing supplies. :)

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  87. Beautiful pouch! I would fill it with my hexi project.

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  88. That's a really nice bag. The larabars are very tempting. I prefer the cashew cookie flavor, though. I think I would fill the bag with sewing supplies, though. And maybe a larabar or two!

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  89. Love the fabric! I think it would wind up as a travel bag to pack my small items in.

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  90. I would love to use this bag when traveling. It looks like the perfect size to put my small items in that I don't want to get misplaced :)

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  91. I need a bigger pouch to keep my epp project in. This would be perfect!

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  92. What a great pouch. My husband has been doing a lot of traveling lately, and I think this would be great for storing all of his toiletries.

    Thanks for the great giveaway!!

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  93. I love how the majority of you sew-ers are game for hiding chocolate in this bag.

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  94. I love flowers too! I'm currently making origami flower earrings for my shop so I'll probably be filling the pouch with little colorful paper florets!

    Thanks for the giveaway... you've got a new follower!

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  95. Love this boxy pouch! I would fill it with my sewing essentials for sewing days away from home - snips, thread, rotary cutter, seam ripper, washi tape, etc.

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  96. So cute! I'd fill it with a knitting project! Thanks!

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  97. It would have to be something I need to get out all the time so I can use it - no pint for something so pretty languishing on a shelf. Perhaps all my loyalty cards that are currently preventing my purse from actually closing! Thanks for the lovely prize

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  98. i would consider giving it to my daughter. she's a year & a half old & really into putting things into containers & taking them out again. she's just about old enough to start learning about zippers too. this could be really fun for her!

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  99. I would use it for my portable hexie project. The zipper broke on the one I currently use and I need to find something else. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  100. Not sure if I'd use it as a new contact/travel case, or for knitting/crochet supplies

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  101. This looks like a great place to store seeds. I'll be doing a lot of to and froing from home to school farm, and my seeds need a nice place to live while they travel.

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  102. I would fill it with binder clips for quilting! I have both sizes so this would fit them all! It takes a lot of wonder clips for king size quilts! What a great life you have flying around! I love planting and gardening too! Craftsy is a great place for classes and supplies!

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  103. I would fill it with my English paper piecing hexagon supplies! I keep thread, scissors, and prepped hexagons around to work on when I'm waiting for stuff. This would be perfect!

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  104. My current most special knitting project.

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  105. This pouch looks perfect for traveling. One always needs so many little bags for organizing when traveling these days: a bag for snacks, a bag for toys, a bag for hand gel, wipes, tissues and hankies, a bag for books, and a bag for holding your hand sewing project. This pouch would definitely see a lot of use at my house!

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  106. Aqua is one of my perennial favorite colors and I love discovering new textiles while traveling... I would use this dear pouch as a travel makeup bag. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  107. totally love the pouch and would fill it with sewing notions, when I go to my guild meeting bi-monthly

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  108. MAKEUP!! i'm always on the lookout for a smallish bag to pack with makeup for when i'm travelling instead of having to lug around my entire collection when we all know that only 10% of our makeup gets used really!

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  109. I think this boxy pouch would be fantastic for make up, or fabrics scraps - definitely not at the same time! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  110. Toiletries when traveling. Love the color!

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  111. I'd be tempted to use it for make up but it is too nice to get all make-uppy. So I think it would be destined for my desk at work to keep my desktop treasures in and enjoy looking at it and telling anyone who asks how I came by it.

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  112. Love this pouch! I would fill it with all my markers and pens or maybe all my miscellaneous purse stuff.

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  113. It would be great for my toiletteries! julia(dot)glotova(at)gmail(dot)com

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  114. I would fill it with the chargers for my iPhone, camera, and Kindle. Great bag. Thanks!

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  115. I'd stuff it with baby stuff that needed to be toted around- cloth diapers, eipes, creams and all that jazz.

    Achristie87 at gmail dot com

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  116. I would fill it with yarn and needles.

    Some years ago I took my mother to a fabric-shopping spree in Sweden, where there is an aerea with lots of fabric outlets. We had 6 wonderful and very funny days! It was a great trip.

    jachelno at gmail dot com

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  117. Cute! I would use it for travel!

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  118. It's the perfect size for a small kntting project, like a pair of socks.

    bryghtrose at gmail dot com

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  119. I'd love to use it as my go-to bag in the car. First aid kit, ipod, maps, emergency snacks etc

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  120. I would use it as a travel pouch. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  121. I would use it to keep a crochet hook and a lot of scrap yarn in, so I'd be ready to make granny squares whenever I wanted to.

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  122. Good dark chocolate and scraps. Thanks!

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  123. i would keep my stitching projects in this very cute bag/box...

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  124. Id fill the pouch with small hand sewing project. Thanks for the chance to win.
    clunsford at gmail dot com

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  125. It looks to be the perfect shape to fit in the storage compartment of my school bus! I'd fill it with snacks that I'm hiding from the raiding raccoon!

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  126. I would fill the bag with sewing machine feet, needles, bobbins and all the other goodness that comes with a sewing machine

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  127. I would fill it with lipgloss (you can never have enough shades), jewelry or chocolate (which you can also never have enough of!). Living by the runway - my husband is sooo jealous (he's always wanted to fly). Thanks for sharing!

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  128. Hello from Hillsboro, Oregon! It is always fun to find bloggers from nearby. Wonderful pouch the fabric is a great color! I would fill it with handwork projects when I am traveling. Thanks for the chance to enter

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  129. I would use it as a cosmetic bag. It is too pretty to store anything that would mess it up.

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  130. I would use it to hold my crochet stuff! :D

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  131. I would use it for my makeup. Love the fabric you used.

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  132. I would fill it with my current
    crochet project :D

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  133. I would fill it with my current
    crochet project :D

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  134. I would use it for a travel pouch but when not traveling I would probably put my hand-embroidery work in it. So beautiful!

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  135. I would use it as an appliqué project bag

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  136. I would probably use the cute bag for on-the-go projects like little hand sewing or small knitting/crochet (scarves).

    Thanks!

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  137. First I thought for my sewing notions, but after a comment I saw about snack to in the sewing area I thought that that's even a better idea (hopefully t rest of the family will think they are just sewing notions, so they will keep away from it ;) )

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  138. We just rescued a young dog and she is curious about everything. I think I would use this pouch to hold things I want to have nearby and don't want to have chewed or carried away.

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  139. I'd fill it with my make-up items.

    annabell_lee_dk (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  140. I have been wanting to do a set of pouches to hold small things in my suitcase to make them easier to find. Love the blue colors of yours. Cindy bluemoonstencils@yahoo.com

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  141. It's lovely! I'd fill it with my current handwork project.

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  142. This bag is perfect for toiletries when going overnight somewhere.

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  143. I would put my sock yarn and project in there. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  144. I'd lovingly stuff it full of sewing supplies so I could work on the snarky cross stitch I'm making my best buddy for her birthday!

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  145. I would fill it with sewing notions. Thanks so much for the giveaway.

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  146. I would fill this awesome pouch with my assorted embroidery/quilting supplies, that I usually keep in a jumbled mess, beside my chair, in the living room.
    Thanks for the giveaway,
    Jacqueline in Pitt Meadows

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  147. Probably my make up and it will force me to part with some I don't need.

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  148. I would probably use that as a travel or makeup bag!

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  149. Great color selection for the pouch. I would fill the pouch with the new makeup I plan on buying myself in June.

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  150. Hmmm...I think I would fill it with whatever I was taking with me to work on, little things. Like right now I'm working on a tiny cross stitch so I think this would work!

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  151. Selvages! I don't have a place for them now.

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  152. Small hand embroidery or English Paper piecing projects so I could take them with me when I know I am going to be waiting somewhere. Stitching is the one sure thing to make waiting time shorter.

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  153. I'd put some nice tea sachets, coffee singles, creamers and stevia. you never know when the need for caffeine or a hot cup of tea will arise. I love the Summerville interior!

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  154. I would use it for my embroidery thread!

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  155. I'd put my sewing notions in there.. I think. Ha ha.

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  156. I would use it as a traveling embroidery supplies bag. Wow, I would actually be organized. :)

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  157. I think I'd use it to hold all my various device chargers for travelling

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  158. I would use it to put portable sewing projects in to take with me to the beach or wherever I am going.
    It is a really nice size and I hope to win it.
    Pauline

    perry94022 at hotmail dot com

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  159. I adore that Finn fabric!! Thank you for the great giveaway. I would fill it with my mini charms I use for sewing hexies!!

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  160. i don't know what to fill it with, but now larabars are in my mind all day long... thanks ;-)

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  161. I love little pouches for all of my small hand sewing projects!

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  162. I love this fabric! I travel a lot and I like to segregate items in my bag into smaller pouches, so I would probably fill it with socks or undergarments or charging cables for all of my various devices and then throw it in my suitcase. Thanks!

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  163. My secret chocolate stash? crochet hooks? the garage opener…. these are the top 3 things :)

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  164. I would probably put some kind of sewing notions in it. It is beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  165. Oh, this would be perfect for my sewing tote. I take it with me places, but its just a big tote so my tools get lost at the bottom. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  166. I hadn't ever considered it, but seeing the Lara Bars in there leads me to think I'd use it to carry snacks especially when we're at the beach. Thanks for the chance! :)

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  167. I would fill this with my favorite sewing notions

    detroitgirl77 AT gmail DOT com

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  168. My daughter's growing collection of cosmetics

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  169. Beautiful colors. It eould be used as a travel bag for my personals.

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  170. I love those fabrics. I would fill it with sewing notions that are small and get lost in the shuffle on the sewing table, small nips, tape measure, sharpies, seam ripper,etc. Thanks for the chance to win. Jackie jackie.vernon@sbcglobal.net

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  171. Oooooh I would fill it with whatever project I was traveling with..crochet things...or to keep all my sewing things close by when here & there in the house! Looove it!

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  172. Love the chocolate idea! I'd fill it with my notions for when I go to sew ins. Everything will be handy!

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  173. If I had to travel I would fill it with those travel necessities I didn't want to put in checked bags and that weren't required to be in a baggie! If I were going to a deadly meeting, I would fill it with chocolate, and I'd share it with the others who were bored too. Otherwise I'd keep my drawing tools, pens, and pencils there instead of scattered here, there and everywhere.

    About vacations and fabric stores. We spent a weekend in London when we visited the UK and I managed a good part of the day at Liberty. In Java, I came home with an extra suitcase to carry the fabric we saw being woven across the alley from my sister-in-laws husband's family when we were there after his death. So, I think the answer is yes.

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  174. That is a beautiful little pouch! I'd use it for small sewing or knitting projects.

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  175. i'd put snacks in it for daily traveling (they get lost in my diaper bag!)

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  176. 8:00 pm PST
    GIVEAWAY NOW CLOSED

    A big thank you to all who commented!!!

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