Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Nancy Drew Mystery



This turned out to be a Mystery in oh so many ways. First I purchased a considerable amount of fabric sight unseen and then I had no idea in hatties what I would do with it once I opened it up and looked at it.
From the beginning I thought I should make things book related. Don’t know where the idea came from but it wouldn’t go away. I made list after list over a couple of months, and when I compared the lists just before I started to make things and this group of projects appeared on most of the lists.



 I sat down to start and found I had a problem , I ordered a bundle of the Nancy Drew fabric and some of the pieces I didn’t want to cut up and some I just don’t like but maybe you would
                                                             (Giveaway time see below).

Book mark – Just to get my feet warm I started with an old reliable.   Two pieces of fabric between pieces of iron on laminate. The problem is you never throw out the instructions for how to use the laminate. You should see the iron. Not a pretty picture.




Nook Cover - My current form of reading is my Nook. The poor thing spends a lot of time getting shoved into places like my nap sack or my brief case or my large purse and the leather cover I got to protect it is getting a bit worn looking. This seemed like a great time to do something to save it in an oh so appropriate way.



Playaway Holder – Do you listen to books? My library has books on Tape and on CD but my most favorite audio book now comes in a Playaway. It’s on the self in a book size holder but the playaway itself is only 2 x 3 x ½. That's it sitting on the dollar bill.   You slip in a AAA battery and your own ear buds and your on your way.



 The only problem I see with it is that I believe it is digital and the buttons are on the front and are prone to being pressed in error. That causes the book to skip forward and backward or for your eardrums to explode. I tried putting it in my pocket but I apparently wear my Jeans too tight for the buttons. Well this is my solution and I love it.


 The little pouch holds the unit out of my way. I can drive, clean, eat, quilt etc. etc. I added a little clip toward the top of the strap to hold the cord for the ear buds. I can pop them out of my ears and they don’t go very far at all and they don’t get tangled.



 This would be just as perfect for and Ipod or an M3G player. I think this is one of my favorite pieces of the line. The yellow is great because I can see instantly where I lay my toys down.


Book Tote - I originally thought I would make a messenger bag for my weekly trip to the library. The problem I had was that fabrics I really liked I didn’t want to cover up or hide under the flap or chop up with a zipper. One of the pieces in the bundle was a panel of 6 book covers. Since I had no idea what to do with them since I really couldn’t cut them up I changed my messenger bag to a zippered tote. Each side a different cover.




 Zippered because I don’t want my books wet in the rain. Wide mouth because I could cram more into the bag.




 Can you see the little key fob thingy. Well that’s my Library card. No more hunting for that little baby.



 Here is a picture of the inside of the bag that I have turned inside out. No it isn’t reversible. I did the sides of the inside in different colors with the pockets done in the opposite colors.




 As I age the one thing I really need to have on hand are cheaters. I think I have at least one pair in every room of the house. Here is the holder for the pair that will live in my library tote. My cheaters are rather narrow so I generally stitch a line down the case so that I can stick a pen or pencil in there too and then I’m not rummaging through the whole bag.



While this Hop was a very long time in coming, as usual I put the doing off to the last minute and now all I want to do is sit back and have my cup of tea in the cup with the nice little Nancy Drew holder resting on the lovely little Nancy Drew mug rug while reading this very exciting Nancy Drew Mystery.




Oh, regarding the giveaway. I hope to get inspired by all of the other participants as what to make with some of the Nancy Drew fabric I acquired for this hop.  I know I will not use all of it and I would like to give some of it away. If you are interested in winning some please say that in your comment. I won’t include you if you’re not interested. I will be heading on vacation next week so I will draw a name when I return.


Now onto the really important stuff. You need to visit everyone who is participating in this hop. So many talented people you don’t want to miss any of them.

Thanks to M Samm and Carol of  Just Let Me Quilt for being there for us and cheering us on and keeping us on track. Here is a listing of the others who are posting today. Have fun and as always, be inspired.


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137 comments:

  1. I loved this post--very funny and entertaining! As for your projects, each one is very useful and a great way to use your fabric. Love the mug rug! Thanks for hopping with us!

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  2. Wow! You have been sew busy! I really like all your projects ... so useful and pretty. I have never heard of a Playaway. I am going to have to check that out. Your holder looks like the perfect accessory for this. My favorite is your zippered book bag. You have thought of all the little details here.

    I would love to receive more Nancy Drew fabric. I bought only a charm pack for my blog hop project as I am on a "sew my stash" regime. While I was sewing my project, I really enjoyed the bright primary colors and would love to sew another more if I am lucky enough to win some in your giveaway.

    Thanks for sharing ... :) Pat

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  3. LOVE the book tote and the mug rug, great use of the books :)

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  4. Love your zippered library bag! I need one so I don't loose my library card. Great projects!

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  5. Super projects - I would LOVE to win some ND fabric! Thanks

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  6. Love all your Nancy Drew projects! I would love to win some fabric. Thank you for sharing all your great ideas.

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  7. Every one of your projects is great. Love`em all!

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  8. I just love the mug rug with the book spines. I was a huge fan of Nancy Drew when I was growing up. She had such an exciting life -- and a boyfriend! Would love some of your leftover fabric, thanks for the chance!

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  9. Another amazing assortment of projects..love the bag...YOU are soooooo entertaining....and filled with fun mystery...

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  10. You have made many lovely projects, but my favorite is the bag and I have also enjoyed to read all about your work with the several project. I am Swedish and have never heard about Nancy Drew until this blog hop. We have our Pippi Longstocking and I don´t even know if Nancy Drew has been translated to Swedish.
    But I love this blog hop and it is so fun and entertaining to read all about your work with Nancy Drew.
    Thanks for sharing

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  11. Wonderful bunch of projects! I, too, am giving away what's left of my Nancy Drew fabric so skip me on the giveaway.

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  12. Would you believe I found my library card today. It was on my desk where I left it two months ago. LOL! I love your bag and your post was fun..Thanks for sharing...Judith, TExas

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  13. Great projects - book related things are what occurred to me to make too, it is the perfect fabric for them.

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  14. So many projects, love the e-reader cover! thanks for sharing and the chance to win some of the fabric!

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  15. Great job! I knew you would work around your roadblock.

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  16. WOW! I want to make one of each!!! I hope that upon your return you are going to share tutorials and patterns for your projects. Please pretty please...with sugar on top. :) Yes, I am quite interested in your fabric giveaway too. :) Safe travels!

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  17. Your library bag is perfect! I should make about 4 of those for me and all the children.

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  18. Please include me. Your project is so fabulous!

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  19. Wow! Love your projects, love the playaway holder, very cool. We have playaways in our school library. What a fun way to 'wear' them.

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  20. I'd love to be included in your giveaway. I love your mug rug! What a fun group of projects.

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  21. WOW!! You were soooo busy! I love it all!

    And my granddaughter who has just started to sew would love your extra fabric. Please include me in the draw and if I win, I will surely send it to her. She would giggle with glee!

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  22. Love your projects you did a great job. A have a nook also and I agree we need to keep them safe. Thanks for some wonderful ideas and yes please include me...

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  23. What really great projects! I love the way you used the book covers, which I would have been clueless (ha ha) about.

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  24. All of these projects are so inspiring! And I've never heard of the Playaway. Thanks for sharing and I'd love to be included in the giveaway! Thanks!

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  25. Love your little projects, especially the mug rug! Please include me in the giveaway!

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  26. Sem mistérios...eu quero a chance de ter este tecido,obrigada.Gosto da bolsa(saco)para biblioteca,grande ideia.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  27. I like the playaway holder. I have trouble keeping mine from getting bumped so I seldom get them. I would like some of the fabric. I haven't seen it at the local shop.

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  28. Wow! You did some fabulous projects Selina...I really like them all

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  29. Lovely projects. I'd love to get fabrics like. Must look for it when I go on vacation this summer.

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  30. Fantastic tote bag for your books! I'm a book lover, and I've learnt to sew bags recently! What a great discovery of this awesome bag you made! I'd be very happy to win some materials for my very own bag!

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  31. You were very busy with those wonderful projects!

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  32. Your tote bag is just gorgeous.I love reading and go to the library and your bag is just perfect for that.Thanks for the great idea.

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  33. Love all of your projects, but for some reason the mug rug just calls out to be made. So glad I have some of the book spine fabric left!

    I would love to win some more since I only bought a small amount. Trying to be good, but wishing for more!

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  34. What a great bag for the library! Love how you put the key fob for the library card and made a cheater bag for the glasses- great foresight!

    Love the fabric line so please include me in the drawing!

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  35. You did wonders with this fabric and now you want to share. Love the book bag, mug rug and all of the other goodies. Enjoy your vacation.
    gasuski@mac.com

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  36. Wow what an assortment of projects. Love them all. Especially the e reader case and tate bag. conn_and_vans_mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  37. I really like all the variety of your projects. I have a tablet and I love reading on it.

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  38. What great ideas! I am definitely going to have to make a mug rug! Thanks for the give a way and enjoy your vacation.

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  39. Wow!! Fantastic pieces you've made! Thank you for sharing and for the chance to win some Nancy Drew too!!

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  40. I love your projects. Tutorials, please??? That book bag is really cute--I think that is my favorie. Love the "Book cover" as the outside.

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  41. Those are all great idea. I love your little portable book reader carrying case. Great idea. I would love to win some of those fabrics so please add my name. Enjoy your vacation.

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  42. My eldest daughter is a big Nancy Drew fan and I would love to make her something out of the Nancy Drew fabric if I was lucky enough to win. She is going to be a mother for the second time at the end of the month and it would be nice to focus a bit on her. Thank you for the chance to win. Your pojects were all very nice and so useful.

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  43. I love the tote bag, thanks for the ideas. I would love to be enter in a drawing for some for some of your unused fabric.

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  44. You sure did come up with a lot of great ideas for using the fabric. Would love to be included in your giveaway.

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  45. I am interested in the give a way. I have a great neice who loves Nancy Drew. I still read paper backs myslef. Your Nook cover is adorable. Great solution for your Play Along. Your library tote is too cute. Your glass holder is cute and practicale. Your mug rug is perfect for a reader

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  46. I really like everything you made. I would like tobe included in your giveaway. I have a Kendal I was given for Christmas. I think Nancy would be a fun cover. Thank you.

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  47. Wow! You made some really great projects. I really like the library tote and Nook cover. I am interested in your giveaway. I have collected all of the Nancy Drew books for my kids and I still have them. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  48. oooh.... it's a toss up which one's my favorite - the mug rug or the nook cover! Love your use of the fabrics, so creative :)
    I'd totally be interested in winning some of that gorgeousness! Thanks for having a giveaway!

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  49. fun blog hop

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

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  50. Wow, you have been busy!! Great projects!

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  51. What adorable totes, and the pouch for your MP3 Player, how adorable. You had really great ideas here. And you need the mug rug for the coffee while you are relaxing listening to your book.

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  52. Great projects! I especially like the book bags!
    I'd love to win some fabric as I guess it'll be a while before this line arrives in the UK!!

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  53. Hi Selina it looks like you we're having fun. I wondered when I first heard about hop what people would do with this fabric but as usual quilters are creative

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  54. All your projects are fantastic. Thanks for sharing and the giveaway.

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  55. Wowieeee, for someone who had no clue what to do, you sure came up with some dynamite ideas. I like you love zippers in my totes. Mostly because when I drop things, they don't fall out. Thinking of the time I dumped my purse under a cab at the Atlanta Airport... It's been zippers ever since! :-) You've given me loads of ideas now. Thanx

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  56. I LOVE LOVE LOVE that mugrug with the back of the books! That is ingenious! I would love to be in the drawing....I'd love to have this fabric! She hasn't gotten into a c-book yet, so a book cover would be another thing I'd make for her! Thanks for the chance..put me in the drawing!!!

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  57. Oh gosh you took such fun pictures! and for someone who had no idea!! You are so fun. LOVE the mug rug so much! And you tote, the perfect size! Thank you for sharing.

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  58. What a lot you've done! I'm very interested in your play-away holder; I often check those out and usually stick them in my shirt pocket, but that means I have to purposely wear a shirt with a pocket! blessings, marlene

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  59. Your projects are very nice and useful too. Cute mug rug with the books and the quilting gives them that book-on-the-shelf look too.

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  60. I love how you thought thru the entire process and worked out the details. I would love ANY fabric that you are willing to part with! babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  61. I am crushing on that mug rug! Thanks for sharing your process with us...TIA! B-)

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  62. You've been most industrious, Selina! Your tote is darling, as is your Playaway holder. What I've never heard of that technology for listening to books, but it sounds like a great concept. I'll check into it, though I'm still using my old, reliable, generations-old, IPod.

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  63. I love your projects and I'd love to win some of your leftover fabric! Thank you for sharing...your idea for the library card is brilliant! I know what's going right onto my "gonna make" list! pbstrand@msn.com

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  64. Love how much stuff you made! I'm not fast enough making stuff. I'd only have made one item. (not loving this fabric either, I follow the hops for inspiration. I don't want in the giveaway)

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  65. You sure have been busy creating a pile of useful items with your Nancy Drew fabrics. thanks sew much for sharing with us today and the give away too of course
    in stitches

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  66. Love alllll the creative things you made!!! Grrrrrreat job!!

    I would love to have some Nancy Drew fabric!!! Wooohoooo!!!

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  67. Selina-I love your multiple ND projects and would love to win some fabrics since the limited quilt shops in my area don't seem to be carrying the ND fabric. From CA, thanks for sharing.

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  68. love your project. They er looking great.
    Nice way of using the fabrics

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  69. Wow! You made a lot of lovely projects. I like that your bag has a hook just for your library card. Great idea!

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  70. Great ideas. I need a library bag like that. (I would love to win some fabric)

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  71. You are definitely an over achiever!! I love each one of your projects and hope to copy a few for my own needs.
    Blessings
    Gmama Jane

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  72. Love your projects!!!!! Thanks for the chance

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  73. ooh your poor iron- I have misplaced my instructions many a time- or just ironed on the wrong side- messy! - fabric softener does remove the gunk tho' :)
    I love all of your projects and I would love to win some more fabric!

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  74. What a journey you went on with this fabric. Love all that you made and would love to have this fabric. Thanks for sharing this journey with us.

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  75. Love that detail of the key ring for your library card. Nice bags and covers, thnaks for sharing. Jane

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  76. You are so creative! I can't believe all the ideas you had. And I love your library tote, with the ring for your card. I'm always having to dig for mine. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  77. I would love to win some fabric! I have many fond memories of reading Nancy Drew. I think you did a great job with all your projects!!

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  78. I love the library tote with all the extras. Great idea for keeping the library card available all the time. I don't like to put all those little keyring cards on my keyring since I don't use them all the time so that is a perfect solution. Everything you made turned out wonderful and I love the mug rug with the book backs. Please include me in your giveaway. Thanks!

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  79. Oh my goodness but you made some wonderful items. All of them are very useful to readers.

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  80. Very clever items--I love the mug rug using the book spines!

    Jenn:)

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  81. Someone asked about Nancy Drew in Swedish editions - yes! Check out www.nancydrewworld.com for all the foreign Nancy Drew editions including quite a bit from Sweden!

    Jenn:)

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  82. Well, for not knowing what to do with these fabrics, you sure did a lot. I like what you did with them and I would really like to win what you don't want.

    senstrings at yahoo dot com

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  83. Love the book tote, love the mug rug! Cute Cute Projects.

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  84. Terrific projects! Really like the playaway holder with ingenious cord holder. Thanks for sharing and the opportunity to win.

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  85. you out did yourself with all the great project. I would love to be in the drawing for the fabric. Thanks for the option.

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  86. Wow! A whole collection of Nancy Drew goodies! As numerable as the books? No, probably not, but you sure came up with some winning ways to use the fabrics. And sure, I'd love to take some of the extra fabric off your hands!

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  87. Oh my gosh.. I love love love what you made.. the bag is awesome.. and I love your little readers holder.. I really need to have one of those. great idea to add the spot for the pen. I have always wanted to make a cover for my iPad .. I just haven't done it yet.. and your mug rug how cute is that!

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  88. Oh, so many cute projects--you have been busy! Great job on all of them. I would love more Nancy Drew fabric to make some more cute projects!

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  89. I love everything you made! My sister was a huge Nancy Drew fan when we were growing up. I would love to have some of the book spine fabric to make a bag for her. Thanks for the chance.

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  90. WoUld love to win. You certainly had a variety of uses for the fabric. Wonderful job.

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  91. You made some wonderful things. What a creative imagination. I would love a chance to win some Nancy Drew fabrics. Thank you for a chance.

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  92. Awesome projects, girl!!! Thanks for sharing...

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  93. Very sweet projects!! My quilting buddy is also a librarian and I tease her all the time about whispering and stuff... I would love to win some fabrics and make her a surprise book bag!! Thanks for sharing in the blog hop.

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  94. Great projects, Selina! I would love to win some of that fabric! Nancy Drew was one of my favorites as a young girl!

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  95. Love all your projects. I would definitely love to win your leftover fabric. lyn.robyn.smith@gmail.com

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  96. I would love to have some of the pretty fabric. Thanks!
    gussek at hotmail dot com

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  97. What fun! I would love to win some of your beautiful fabrics and make a cover for my Kindle. Thanks so much.

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  98. I would love to win some of your fabric. I totally love the idea of the library card fob, as I just like to carry my book bag into the library.

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  99. Such great projects, I think you used up all of the good fabrics too and I am sure you will get some kind of inspiration for more from this hop, but you really outdid yourself, great job.

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  100. I'd love to win some of this fabric. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  101. I love all of your projects, especially the book bag! And yes, I'd love to win some Nancy Drew fabric. Thanks so much for your generosity and for the inspiration.

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  102. Definitely, many of these fabrics make cutting into them scarey and nigh onto impossible. lol You made a great many super projects (except for the bookmark!!) but the mug rug is really, really cute.

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  103. I am so impressed with the number of projects you made, not to mention how useful they all are. Way to go! I love Nancy Drew books and can't wait to get some of this fabric so that I can create something too.

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  104. Our delay in starting the hop really allowed so many of you to make tons of projects. I am so impressed. Good job on all your creations.

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  105. very cool projects. I love your mug rug! Might have to borrow that idea for myself.....I think I have a bit of book spine fabric left over!

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  106. ooo...very nice projects!! Love the bag!

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  107. The wait was certainly worth it. You are very prolific for having to wait for ideas to come and each is terrific. I like the details you included in each project. Oh, to never have to search for the library card again is divine. Of course, I'd like to have a snippet of Nancy Drew fabric. Have a wonderful vacation and thanks for being a great inspiration and educator on this hop.

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  108. Thanks for sharing with us! I would like to be included in the giveaway! Thanks!

    wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  109. all beautiful, like you i planed to sew a library book with my nancy drew fabric! my turn is on 15th.. have to sew it tomorrow!!! you gave me inspiration! thank's i'm in love with your mug rug
    have fun in the hop

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  110. I love all your creativity! And this line of fabric is one of my current gotta haves! Hope to win!

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  111. Thanks for sharing and for the opportunity on a wonderful draw.
    bonnielarson58@gmail.com

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  112. I really enjoyed seeing all your projects and wouldn't mind seeing a little more of the fabric, lol...thanks for the chance!

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  113. What wonderful projects! I would like to be considered for the drawing of your leftover bits that you know you will not use. Like you said, an answer may come to you after seeing what the others have done?

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  114. I love the books mug rug, but any scraps would be used to make some fun little things.

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  115. I would love to make some book bags for my two grand daughters with some of this fabric, so if you pull my name, yes I would love some. My fav, the book bag you made!

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  116. Great, useful projects! I'd love to be entered to win some of the fabrics that you haven't used yet, or scraps leftover from finished projects. I especially like your book bag with the clip for your library card!

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  117. wow! what handy projects with perfect fabric. also really love the clip for your library card - so smart. would love to win some of the leftover fabric!

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  118. The leftovers could make for some wonderful things like "I Spy" or 9-patch blocks so I would LOVE to be part of the drawing and thank you for your generous chance to win.

    Sincerely,
    Tricia

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  119. Great and charming projects. The book bag is my favorite.

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  120. I would certainly be interested in being in your drawing. You made so many wonderful things, a great inspiration for me. I just loved the little mug rug the best.

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  121. Selina
    Please add my name to the draw, I have not seen this fabric before and it is so cute. I love the library bag with all the internal pockets, and I also love your reading bag with a clip for the earplug, fantastic idea. May need to steal that idea from you, if I may
    Judy

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  122. Being's as I am a Nancy, I would love to win some of the fabric. What a nice job you have done with all your projects.

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  123. Fabric? I am interested. Thanks for the chance to win.

    Felicia bfhamlin@bevcomm.net

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  124. I love your mug rug and would love to win the fabric to make one! Thanks for the chance!

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  125. Love your projects, just wonderful!

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  126. Ohhh I LOVE all your Nancy Drew projects!! So creative! I would absolutely love some Nancy Drew fabric if I am the lucky winner!

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  127. I'd like to be added to the draw. :-) You sure made a lot of stuff. Busy you. :-) The book bag is my fav.

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  128. I really love your projects :) I love the "cheaters" the best! I would love to win. I hope you have fun on vacation!

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  129. Cute projects. Sometimes I don't want to SEW the fabric, I just want to own it and stroke it!! ha I especially love the MUGRUG. Thanks for a chance to win.
    txjennywren.blogspot.com

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  130. Your projects are creative & fun! I'm sure interested in winning some of your left over Nancy Drew fabric.
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  133. I love your narrative. It was if I was sitting there with you as you showed me each item and why you made it! There are so many times that I buy a piece of fabric because it spoke to me, but it also said, "don't cut me up!". My stash has too many pieces like that, but I would love some Nancy Drew fabric.
    Beckie in Brentwood, TN

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  134. I love all of your projects, but I think my favorite is the library bag.

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  135. I LOVE all the things you have made, and now I want to have ALL the fabric to make my own things!! I would love some of this fabric!

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